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Exhibits.................................................................2-3 Theater.................................................................4-5 Clubs, Classes & More........................................6 March Shorts....................................................... 10 Happenings.................................... 11-24, 34-46

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Lakeville Area Arts Center

20965 Holyoke Ave., Lakeville • 952/985-4640 LakevilleAreaArtsCenter.com • M-F 8am-4:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Ames Center

12600 Nicollet Ave, Burnsville • ames-center.com 952/895-4685 • M-F 9am-5pm, Sa 10am-2pm District 191 Children’s Art Show – Mar. 7-Apr. 23

Crossings at Carnegie

320 East Ave., Zumbrota • 507/732-7616 crossingsatcarnegie.com M/T/W/F 10am-5pm, Th 10am-8pm, Sa 10am-4pm, Su 11am-3pm Sue Kasharek/Carey Shanahan – through Mar. 21 – Both artists’ prolific body of work emerges from intuition, emotion and concept. Their creative process is deeply personal and striking with universal appeal referencing historically significant imagery and techniques. Poet Artist Collaboration – Mar. 26-Apr. 26

Faribault Community Center

15 W. Division St. • faribault.org/217/Community-Center 507/334-2064 • M-Th 5:30am-8pm, F 5:30am-6pm, Sat 8am5pm, Sun 12-6pm Farm Animal Portraits – through Feb. 28 – Julie Fakler made a visit to five southeastern MN farms: Squash Blossom Farm (Oronoco), Grandview Farm (Byron), Graise Farm (Faribault), Peters Farm (Fountain) and Wendt Farm (Elysian), to meet animals, talk to farmers about their animals and photograph the animals. Back in her studio, Fakler created 15 portraits, three per farm.

FiftyNorth Gallery, Northfield

1651 Jefferson Pkwy. • 507/664-3700 fiftynorth.org • M-F 7am-8pm, Sa 7am-5pm, Sun 10am-5pm Art Melange – through Mar. 9 – Sue Schweickert (art boxes and books), Bonny Stock (vintage jewelry art) and various members of FiftyNorth craft art groups (quilts, wood carvings, fiber and paper art). Artist as Teacher/Teacher as Artist – Mar. 12-Apr. 13 – Kate Douglas, multimedia. Artist Reception: Mar. 20, 4-6pm. Enjoy a light spread of hors d’oeuvres, wine, cheese and dessert bites and live acoustic music.

Flaten Art Museum

Center for Art and Dance, St. Olaf • wp.stolaf.edu/flaten/ 507/786-3556 • M-W, F 10am-5pm, Th 10am-8pm, Sa/Su 2-5pm Meg Ojala: I Want to Show You Something – through Apr. 15 – This exhibit celebrates the 35-year teaching career of Meg Ojala, Professor of Art at St. Olaf, with a body of new work – a photographic exploration of bogs and fens. Gallery Dialogue with Barbara Hurd and Meg Ojala: Feb. 28, 12pm – the artists explore their shared fascination with the ambiguous identities of bogs and fens.

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304 Division St. • 507/645-8877 • northfieldartsguild.org T-F 12-6pm, Sa 11am-3pm Main/Member Gallery: About Time – through Mar. 17 Works by fifth-year students in the Emerging Artist/Educational Associates programs at St. Olaf and Carleton colleges. Artists include Quinn Batten (multi-media sculpture), Cailan Carpenter (ceramic sculpture), Holland Hardie (painting and prints), Laura Nakasaka Nakasaka (prints, photography and books), Josh Torkelson (sculpture), Evan Weselmann (painting and illustration). Bridging Creativity: Northfield Area All School Show – Mar. 21Apr. 14 – Imagination Celebration: Apr. 7, 10am-2pm Up Gallery: Fiber Anew – through Mar. 31 – A series of felted and

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1440 Jefferson Rd. • M-Th 7am-8pm, F 7am-7pm, Sa 9am-3pm In Search of Ground: Defying Conventional Form Through Gravitational Pull – Paintings by Lisa Guthrie – through Mar. 31 Archer House Gallery: North Country Land-

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408 Division St. • 507/645-9268 • northfieldhistory.org M-Sa 10am-5pm, Su 1-5pm Marketing Malt-O-Meal – Opens Mar. 2 – This third exhibit in the Malt-O-Meal series focuses on the company’s advertising history and practices.

Owatonna Arts Center

435 Garden View Ln., Owatonna • 507/451-0533 oacarts.org • T-Su 1-5pm • use the Owatonna City Administrative Office entrance. Owatonna Public School Student Exhibition K-12 – March 4-25 Allina Hospital Owatonna Healing Arts Gallery:

2250 NW 26th St. • 8am-8pm Spring/Summer – William Gillis (photography), Michelle Kaisersaat (clay), Gail Thompson (mixed media) and Annie Young (painting) Opening Reception: Mar. 13, 4:30-6pm

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Paradise Center for the Arts

321 Central Ave., Faribault • 507/332-7372 paradisecenterforthearts.org Tu/W/F/Sa 12-5pm, Th 12-8pm • Su/M closed Exhibit Dates Mar. 2-Apr. 21 Opening Reception: Mar. 2, 5-7pm Carlander Family Gallery: Layl McDill Lois Vranesh Boardroom Gallery:

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320 3rd St. E, Northfield • 507/222-4469 go.carleton.edu/museum/ • M-W 11am-6pm, Th-Fr 11am-9pm, Sa-Su 12-4pm. Braucher Gallery:

Contemporary American Painting [1945] – through Mar. 12 – In 1945 the Encyclopedia Britannica staged a sweeping examination of contemporary American painting from its art collection. An exemplary work by each of more than 100 well-respected artists toured the U.S., providing cultural access and aesthetic experiences to large numbers of everyday Americans. This exhibit seeks to recapture the essence of the monumental tour through paintings, drawings and prints chosen from the collections of Carleton College and Gustavus Adolphus College.

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Glimpses of Eternity: Icons in the Orthodox World – through Mar. 12 – A fascinating group of icons and other religious objects drawn from Russian, Greek, Ethiopian and Coptic Orthodox traditions. A rich history of thematic developments and cultural variations is told through this exhibit curated by Professor William North specifically for Carleton’s Perlman Teaching Museum. Exhibited work comes from the private icon collection of Emmanuel and Argie Tiliakos (Winchester, MA) and Carleton’s Special Collections, offering visitors a unique opportunity to learn about Orthodox visual culture and devotion through objects seldom on view. An icon (from the Greek term for “image”) is a work of religious art — most commonly a painting of a holy figure or figures. Particularly associated with Orthodox Christian traditions, icons are regarded principally as religious rather than art objects and hold a special place in private and public devotions in the Orthodox worlds.

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Musical Thrones: A Parody of Ice and Fire

Feb. 28, 7:30pm Ames Center, Burnsville Fans of the most-talked-about show on television can now get their fantasy fix live on stage with this hilarious send-up composed by the hysterical mad men behind the long-running Silence! The Musical, Jon and Al Kaplan. This show brings your most beloved and be-hated characters to life as you journey through all seven seasons of the Emmy Award-winning Game of Thrones series. Sing and dance along with Daenerys and her dragons, Tyrion, Jaime and all the jolly members of the Lannister and Stark families in this love letter to fans. Be transported to Thrones’ magical locations (if you close your eyes) where bloodthirsty musical theater comics leave no joke unturned in serving up Thrones’ notorious violence, power struggles, manipulation and sex – plus, worse yet, a ballad or two. This show is preparing for battle across North America so saddle up and come on down to King’s Landing – and hold onto your swords. Tickets: $30$40, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com. Barefoot in the Park

Mar. 1-3, Th-Sa 7:30pm Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault One of legendary playwright Neil Simon’s first comedies, following the early days of Corie and Paul Bratter’s married life in the top floor of a New York City brownstone. Directed by Julianna Skluzacek. Starring Paul Somers and Sydney Place Sallstrom. Dinner Theatre: The 39 Steps

Mar. 2-3, 9-11; F/Sa 6:15pm dinner and 7:30pm show, Su 12:15pm dinner and 1:30pm show Hilltop Hall, Montgomery Presented by Curtain Call Theatre. Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have this fast-paced whodunit. Packed with nonstop laughs, more than 150 zany characters (played by a ridiculously talented cast of four), an on-stage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers and some good old-fashioned romance. A man with a boring life meets a woman with a thick accent who says she’s a spy. When he takes her home, she is murdered. Soon, a mysterious organization called “The 39 Steps” is hot on the man’s trail in a nationwide manhunt that climaxes in a death-defying finale. The 39 Steps is a riotous blend of virtuoso performances and wildly inventive stagecraft. Tickets: dinner and show $30, show only $10, available at curtaincalltheatre.net for half an hour before the show.

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Julius Caesar

Mar. 8-10, 7:30pm; Mar. 10, 2pm; Mar. 11, 6pm Haugen Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield Directed by Chaz Mayo. Shakespeare’s classic play about the assassination of a deified political figure explores the boundaries between one’s politics and personality. It asks not only why people choose the actions they take, but more importantly how they choose to justify those actions to themselves and others. This production, featuring movement interludes and live music, seeks to push these themes to new heights and highlight both the tragedy and the absurdity of the final days of the Roman Republic. Tickets: $10, available by cash or check at 507/786-8987 or at the door. Dyskolos (The Crabby Man)

Mar. 9-10, 7:30pm 233 Fosnes Room, Christiansen Hall of Music, St. Olaf, Northfield The Classics Department Play presents a student production of the ancient comedy by Menander in a musical mixture of English and Greek. No knowledge of Greek is required and the humor is suitable for children. Free and open to the public. Running time is 50-55 minutes. Les Misérables (School Edition)

Mar. 9-11, 15-18, Th-Sa 7:30pm, Su 2pm Northfield Arts Guild Theater Victor Hugo’s classic novel comes to life in this Tony Award-winning musical. Jean Valjean, known as Prisoner 24601, is released from prison and breaks parole to create a new life for himself while evading the grip of the persistent inspector Javert. Set in post-revolutionary France, the story reaches resolution against the background of the June Rebellion. Epic, grand and uplifting, Les Misérables is an emotional masterpiece that has thrilled audiences all over the world. Les Misérables School Edition has been abridged to a running time of just over two hours, while carefully maintaining the integrity of one the greatest musicals ever written. Tickets: $12 adults, $6 students, available at northfieldartsguild.org, 507/645-8877 or at the Northfield Arts Guild.

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Mar. 5 and 6, 6:30-8:30pm Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Lysistrata

Mar. 18 and 20, 7:30-9:30pm Northfield Arts Guild Theater Written by Aristophanes. Directed by Shari Setchell.

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Mar. 16-18, 23-25; F/Sa 7:30pm, Su 2pm Lakeville Area Arts Center You can’t stop the beat in this big and bold musical about one girl’s inspiring dream to dance. Hairspray, winner of eight Tony Awards, including Best Musical, is a family friendly musical, piled bouffant-high with laughter, romance and deliriously tuneful songs. Tickets: $15, available at 952/985-4640 or lakevilleareaartscenter.com. Aesop’s Fables: Acting Fun for the Little Ones

Mar. 17, 11am Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Actors ages 3-7 will present their rendition of several of Aesop’s Fables. This wonderful intro-to-theater program helps build confidence and creativity in children. Share in the joy and wonder of some of Aesop’s favorite children’s stories seen and heard through the eyes and ears of the Acting Fun for Little Ones cast. In addition to presenting these favorite children’s stories, the young actors helped create the sets and props for their show. Tickets: $5 adults, $3 students, available at the box office, 507/332-7372 or paradisecenterforthearts.org/tickets/.

RING OF KERRY

Thursday, March 15 • 7:30pm Adults $20, Students $12 Ring of Kerry is a bursting-with-energy Irish music group that captures the hearts of listeners. For this special show, Ring of Kerry is joined by a pair of Irish dancers, just in time for St. Patrick’s Day! www.ringofkerry.us

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Clubs, Classes and More… Buckham Memorial Library, Faribault • 11 Division St. E

507/334-2222 Family Storytime – Tu 6:30pm, W/Th 10:30am – For ages 0-6 with adult caregiver. Harry Potter Book Club: Book Four – Feb. 27, 4:30-5:15pm – Prepare by reading or having someone read to you Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire. It’s ok if you don’t finish the book in time. For ages 10 and up. This group meets monthly during the school year to discuss and enjoy activities related to each of the Harry Potter books. Master Gardener Class on Pollinators – Mar. 15, 6pm Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota • 320 East Ave.

crossingsatcarnegie.com • 507/732-7616 Classes in the arts for preschoolers through adults. Illustrating a Book – Mar. 10, 9am-5pm; Mar. 11, 12-5pm – Join award-winning illustrator Carrie Hartman for a two-day workshop exploring the wide range of children’s book illustration, from traditional to contemporary works. FiftyNorth, Northfield • 1651 Jefferson Pkwy.

fiftynorth.org • 507/664-3700 Programs for active older adults in a premier fitness facility with an indoor pool and certified fitness instructors. Bike club, hiking trips, ping pong, nutrition talks, art classes, writing classes, card groups, dining center, fitness classes and more. Register by phone or online. Advanced Country Line Dancing – Mar. 4, 1-2pm Police Action and Interaction Policies – Mar. 7, 9:30-11am Police Chief Monte Nelson will present and lead a discussion on how the Northfield Police Department is responding to its ever-changing role and what more should be done to maintain the safety of and a positive relationship with the community. $7, call to pre-register. Van Gogh and Grigio – Mar. 7 and 14, 6-8pm – Pairing painting with wine. Moving Bodies Dance Workshop – Mar. 8, 9:30-11am – As part of the “Main Street” project. Painting from an Image – Thu, Mar. 8-29, 1-3pm Regency Dance – Mon, Mar. 11, 1-3pm Living Well with Diabetes – Mar. 19-Apr. 23, 2-4:30pm Open Art Studio – Wed. 1-4pm and Thu. 9am-12pm – Bring in your project and enjoy the new, big bright studio space. HideAway Coffeehouse and Wine Bar, Northfield

421 Division St. S • 507/663-0400 • thehideawaynorthfield.com Art and Wine Night – first Tue (Mar. 6), 6:30pm – Learn to paint and enjoy a glass of wine to get the creative juices flowing. $26/ painter, includes materials and instruction. Science Café – Mar. 13, 6pm – Free to the public and hosted by Carleton College. The Thinking Politician – Mar. 20 and 27, 7-8pm – Free to join and inclusive of all political leanings. Variety of political viewpoints are encouraged. Hosted by Bruce Morlan and Amber Myskewitz. Just Food Co-op, Northfield • 516 Water St. S • 507/650-0106

justfood.coop Knitting Night – Mon, 7-9pm – Knit, chat, share ideas and get help. 507/645-6331 for more info.

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Lakeville Area Arts Center • 20965 Holyoke Ave. • 952/985-4640

lakevilleareaartscenter.com Family Preschool Art – Feb. 28, Mar. 21 Pottery: Wheel-throwing & Handbuilding – Feb. 26-Mar. 1 Kids Pottery: Animal Teapot – Mar. 3 Wine & Designs: Cape Cottage (Watermedia) – Mar. 14 Wine & Designs: Painted Leaves (Acrylic) - Mar. 21

Northfield Arts Guild • 507/645-8877 • 304 Division St. S

The Arts Guild has something for everyone – all ages, all abilities, all levels. Register online or stop by to register at the Arts Guild office. Artist Conversation – 4th Thu (Mar. 22), 6-7:30pm – For emerging and professional artists to gather in a small group setting to discuss topics relevant to visual artists. Free and open to the public, but space is limited. Reserve your seat by emailing heather@northfieldartsguild.org or calling 507/645-8877. Open Art – Mar. 30, 10am-2pm – Drop in for a minute, or stay for awhile and create with your family. Supplies will be available for artists of all ages. No registration required. $3/person, $10 family max. Northfield Public Library • 507/645-6606 • 210 Washington St.

ci.northfield.mn.us/library Baby Storytime – Tues. 10-11am Family Storytime – Wed/Thu 10-11am Builders’ Club: LEGO and Magna-Tiles – Thurs, 3-4:45pm Science Fiction Book Group – Feb. 26, 7-8pm Mystery Book Group – Mar.. 19, 6:30-8pm Contemporary Women Writers Book Group – Mar. 20, 7-8pm Open Writing Group – Third Wed. Mar. 21, 6:30-8:30pm Northfield Yarn • 314 Division St. S • 507/645-1330

northfieldyarn.com Open Stitching – Tue, 12-1pm; Thu, 6-8pm; Fri, 10am-12pm Bring a project and share in the fun. Free. Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault • 321 Central Ave. N

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 Find art-related classes for kids and adults Acting Fun for Little Ones – Saturdays through Mar. 17, 10am-11:30am – An introduction to acting, theater and using your imagination. A final performance of the kids’ rendition of Aesop’s Fables will be performed on Mar. 17 at 11am. Tuition: $75. Scholarships are available. Performance tickets: $5 adults, $3 students. Paint a Portrait of your Pet – Mar. 21, 1-3pm – Artist Julie Fakler will teach step-by-step how to paint a portrait of your pet. Bring a photo of your pet to class. If you don’t have a pet, photos of pets will be available. Wear clothes that can get paint on them. Ages 7 and up, ages 6 and under will need an adult helper. $14 members, $18 nonmembers, $10 supplies. Tracy Giza Design, Northfield

Registration info at tracygiza.com Paint Night – Mar. 13, 6-8pm, James Gang Coffeehouse & Eatery – Register at northfieldschools.org or 607/664-3649. Canvas & Cocktails – 3rd Sun (Mar. 18), 2-4pm, St. Patrick’s Tavern in New Prague – Register at npaschools.org or 952/758-1700 Canvas & Coffee – 4th Thu (Mar. 22), 9-11am, Bluenose Coffee Shop, Farmington – Register at tracygiza.com. Canvas & Cocktails – 4th Wed (Feb. 28, Mar. 28), 6-8pm, Carbone’s Pizza, Rosemount – Register at district196.org or 651/423-7920.

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Northfield Golf Club

200 Schilling Dr., Dundas 507/645-2253 • gootersdoughtogo.com Frozen dough, take-n-bake pizza, gourmet ice cream, gluten-free options, heat-and-eat meals, cake and cookie decorating supplies.

1010 Hwy. 3 S., ­Northfield 507/664-9139 Family restaurant offering authentic Mexican cuisine as well as wonderful margaritas and more. Party room available.

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4475 280th W., Castle Rock 507/321-1884 Authentic made-from-scratch Mexican fare, special order tamales available every week and full-service catering. Kitchen open for takeout lunch. Check Facebook for specials.

707 Prairie St., Northfield northfieldgolfclub.com 507/645-4026 Enjoy a fantastic dinner while you take in beautiful golf course views. Open to the public and perfect for parties of 30-100.

Dairy Queen

900 Hwy. 3, Northfield dairyqueenofnorthfield.com 507/645-8912 Menu features soft-serve ice cream, signature shakes, hot dogs, BBQ and Royal Treats. DQ is the Home of the Blizzard.

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Keepsake Cidery

Tanzenwald

100% craft cider. Local apples. Orchard-based. Minnesota made. Visit us on Facebook for current hours and events.

103 Water St. N., Northfield tanzenwald.com Where beer takes a non-stylistic, flavor-based approach and the taproom menu is globally influenced and locally sourced. Up-to-date info and other fun facts on the website.

4609 135th St. E., Dundas keepsakecidery.com 413/552-8872

Imminent Brewing

519 Division St., Unit 2, Northfield 507/649-9148 • imminentbrewing.com Production brewery and taproom featuring local food and live music, brewing delicious, fresh and local beers using local ingredients. Voted Chamber of Commerce 2017 Business of the Year!

Chapel Brewing

15 E. Hester St., Dundas chapelbrewing.com NOW OPEN! Brewing and serving high-quality ales in a historic riverfront taproom and deck. Check website for hours

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Northfield Liquor Store

302B Division St. S., Northfield contentedcow.com British-style pub with a variety of light meals and appetizers to share. 13 taps of craft beer, wine and spirits. Live music and more. Open daily at 3pm.

Friendly and knowledgeable staff. Great selection of wines and spirits. Wine club open to the public.

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Tavern of Northfield

212 Division St., Northfield tavernofnorthfield.com Award-winning breakfast, lunch and dinner. A local staple of 30-plus years featuring a from-scratch kitchen and original dishes. Authentic “Americana cuisine” located in the lower level of the historic Archer House Hotel.

Chapati

214 Division St., Northfield 507/645-2462 • chapati.us Cuisine of India. Variety of curry and Tandoori entrees including a large selection of vegetarian items. Wine and beer.

Mandarin Garden

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Brewing Company

107 E 4th St., Northfield 507/645-7101 mandaringardennorthfield.com Family owned Chinese restaurant serving authentic Peking and Szechuan cuisine. Dishes are individually prepared and served fresh in relaxing and friendly atmosphere.

116 5th St. W., Northfield 507/645-5153

Quarterback Club

116 3rd St. W., Northfield 507/645-7886 House specialties include broasted chicken, BBQ ribs and flame-broiled hamburgers.

Froggy Bottoms River Pub/Lily PADio

307 Water St. S, Northfield 507/301-3611 Best of Pub fare including burgers, Ruebens, wraps, appetizers, & a full bar with 17 craft taps. The best summer patio in Northfield. Open lunch & dinner.

L&M Bar & Grill

224 Railway St. N, Dundas 507/645-8987 Burgers, beer, pizza, breakfast cooked to order and daily lunch and dinner specials. The friendly place to go to in Dundas.

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The 39 Steps – Dinner Theater

What do you get when you take a classic Hitchcock movie, mix in ingredients from a great spy novel and add just a hint of Monty Python-style zaniness? A two-time Tony and Drama Desk award-winning play. And when you combine that with a stageside dinner, you have the perfect evening out. Plan a great date night with a trip to see The 39 Steps with Curtain Call Theater at Hilltop Hall in Montgomery. Show runs March 2-3 and March 9-11. For tickets and more information, go to curtaincalltheater.net or call 952/758-2956.

Lucy Kaplansky at the Northfield Arts Guild The Boston Globe described her as becoming “the songwriter laureate of modern city folk.” From her early days in Chicago to duets with Shawn Colvin, to a number of highly successful CDs – including the Greg Brown tribute, Going Driftless – Lucy Kaplansky is a stone cold talent. Treat yourself to one of the true singer-songwriters of this generation on March 3, when she performs at the Northfield Arts Guild Theater in Northfield as part of the 411 Music Series. The cozy venue will make you feel like you’re hanging out with your best musical friend. For information and tickets, go to northfieldartsguild.org or call 507/645-8877. Show starts at 7:30pm. Don’t miss this.

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For 20 years the Freight Hoppers have been playing hard driving, old-time string band music. Taking their inspiration from Appalachian roots music from the 1920s and 30s, they play with a raw excitement that keeps audiences coming back for more. And on March 2 you can find them at the Stoney End Music Loft in Red Wing. The music starts at 7:30pm, but your feet will keep tapping long afterward. For more information and tickets, go to stoneyend.com or call 877/866-3936.

Ring of Kerry

The Ring of Kerry is a drive of breathtaking beauty on the southwest coast of Ireland. It’s also the name of rousing Celtic music group that combines Irish spirit with American heart. This five-piece band both rouses and lilts; its music is infectious and sublime. Join them just in time for St. Patrick’s Day at Shattuck-St Mary’s in Faribault on March 15, at 7:30pm, and get an additional treat with a performance by Irish dancers. For information and tickets, go to s-sm.org or call 507/333-1620.

Cat’s Pajamas Fundraiser

They’ve appeared on Oprah, America’s Got Talent, and Fox’s Next Great American Band – with their voices only. A crazy talented five-person a cappella group, Cat’s Pajamas has been touring since 2005, and will be appearing at the Paradise Center for The Arts in Faribault on March 15 at 7pm. Longtime fundraisers for musical education, part of Cat’s Pajamas’ ticket sales will benefit the Minnesota State Academy for the Blind. For more information and tickets, go to paradisecenterforthearts.org.

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The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly Nordic countries. Participants and listeners at all ages and levels of experience welcome.

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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27

Arnold Flaten Memorial Lecture with Barbara Hurd • 7pm

Carleton West African Drum Ensemble Concert • 12-12:45pm

Center for Art and Dance 305, St. Olaf, Northfield Bingo • 7pm

Carbone’s, Northfield Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

Northfield VFW

International Film Forum: 500 Years • 7-9pm

Sayles Hill-Great Space, Carleton, Northfield The ensemble uses indigenous instruments and an African approach to musical training to learn and perform rhythms from West Africa. Directed by Jay Johnson.

Weitz Cinema, Carleton, Northfield Part of the Ecological and Civilizatory Crisis: Envisioning a Sustainable Future and an Equitable and Fair World Series. Presenters: Yansi Perez, Associate Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies and Skype session with director Pamela Yates. 500 Years tells the epic story that brought Guatemala to a turning point in its history, from the genocide trial of General Ríos Montt to the popular movement that ousted President Otto Pérez Molina. While the indigenous peoples of Guatemala are no stranger to oppression, the recent events that took place during a tumultuous three-year period finally seems possible when their movement meets with popular society’s protest to end corruption. Q&A to follow screening.

Grand Opening of the Northfield Business & Tourism Center • 4:30-6:30pm

Traditional Irish Music Session • 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate.

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info.

19 Bridge Square, Northfield See the new space in the heart of downtown Northfield. Network, bring business cards. Refreshments provided by The Ole Store and Tavern restaurants and the Grand Event Center. Community Café • 5-6pm

Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time. Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen. Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield

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3:30pm Kids’ Club SUNDAYS 9:00am Worship led by band 5:30pm Super Wednesday Meal 9:30am Sunday school for kids & adults 6:30pm Worship 10:45am Worship led by choir & organ 7:00pm Service, Learning, & Fellowship

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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28 Gallery Dialogue with Barbara Hurd and Meg Ojala • 12pm

Flaten Art Museum, St. Olaf, Northfield See exhibits page. Soapbox • 6-7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield If you’ve got something to say, get on the stage and grab the mic. Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Theater: Musical Thrones: A Parody of Ice and Fire • 7:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville See theater page.

Daniel Rosen • 8-10pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield By day, Daniel Rosen writes swing jazz and fiction along the Mississippi River, in the heart of the Twin Cities. By night, you can find him performing across the Midwest with The Gentlemen’s Anti-Temperance League or Moon Grass Trio. He was the winner of the 2017 Upper Midwest Singer/Songwriter Championship and the 2015 Pen 2 Paper Fiction award. Most importantly, Rosen loves sharing songs and stories. More at thegatl.com. Dan O & Doc A • 9-11:30pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, MARCH 1 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. Bite of Burnsville: A Night to Savor • 5:30pm

Ames Center, Burnsville The Burnsville Chamber presents an evening of sampling fantastic appetizers, entrees, desserts and unique culinary masterpieces from Burnsville-area restaurants. This event serves as a fundraiser for the Burnsville Chamber of Commerce. Tickets: $50, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com. Bar Bingo • 6pm

Northfield VFW

Winona Forever • 6-8pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A heart-forward Americana folk duo, Green Bouzard and Michael Morris, based in Minneapolis. First Thursday Pub Night: Trainwreck Duet • 6-9pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center Trent Shaw’s Trainwreck Duet is a highly talented and entertaining piano and acoustic duo. The duo’s playlist includes a variety of upbeat blues, vintage country, Americana, old school and current pop songs with a twist. Tickets: $7, available at 952/985-4640 or lakevilleareaartscenter.com.

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Theater: Barefoot in the Park • 7:30pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault See theater page.

Mark Kreitzer • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield This multi-instrumentalist, award-winning songwriter and Minnesota Rock & Country Hall of Famer presents an array of originals and covers. Kreitzer has toured extensively around the Midwest and the world, with appearances live and on television and radio, including A Prairie Home Companion. He combines smart and thoughtful lyrics with tight vocals and expert picking. Cowaroke • 9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield DJ • 9pm-1am

Froggy Bottoms River Pub & Lily PADio, Northfield By Speedo Entertainment. FRIDAY, MARCH 2 Wine Tasting • 3-6pm

MGM Wine & Spirits, Dundas Featuring wines from Chankaska Creek, which has grown to be the second largest winery in Minnesota and has been named “Best Winery” by the Star Tribune. Free and open to anyone over 21. Exhibit Opening Reception: Layl McDill, Mary Ellen Frame • 5-7pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault See exhibits page. Dinner Theatre: The 39 Steps 6:15pm dinner, 7:30pm show

Hilltop Hall, Montgomery See theater page.

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Bar Bingo • 7pm

L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas Jon Manners • 7-10pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Jon Manners is the dean of the Southern Minnesota music scene, with a sound that is unmistakable. Combining the bounce of funk, the passion of soul, the thoughtfulness of jazz, the storytelling of folk and the joy of rock ‘n’ roll, Manners is the very model of a great folk troubadour. Freight Hoppers • 7:30pm

Stoney End Music Loft, Red Wing The Freight Hoppers have been presenting old-time string band music for more than 20 years. The band started presenting their energetic take on fiddle band music four times a day, seven days a week at the Great Smoky Mountains Railway shortly after forming in 1992. This afforded the group plenty of paid rehearsal time to hone a sound that has proven entertaining and distinctively theirs. Their repertoire includes music first recorded in the late 1920s and early 1930s from Mississippi to West Virginia. The Freight Hoppers play hard-driving, old-time music with an emotional, raw excitement that keeps one foot planted in the past and the other in the present. Tickets: $18, available at 877/866-3936.

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HAPPENINGS Friday, March 2, continued Theater: Barefoot in the Park • 7:30pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault See theater page. Robby Vee: Second Generation Rockabilly Hall of Famer • 7:30pm

Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota An evening of electricity and music hosted by Robby Vee with the Rock ‘n’ Roll Caravan. Vee combines elements of his vast repertoire, telling stories that bridge the generation gap from “the roots of rock ‘n’ roll to the new sounds of Americana music of today.” Claude Hall, radio-TV editor of Billboard magazine writes, “If this guy had been around during the era of Elvis, he would have given Elvis a run for his money.” Vee is currently touring in support of his new release, Blue Moon Blue, with his “Rock ‘n’ Roll Caravan Show,” a celebration of the rock ‘n’ roll era featuring a cast of rockers and top collaborators who are known for keeping this special brand of music alive and rockin’ – Jeff Bjork, King Creole and Brandon Petron. Vee has shared credits and stages with the best – from James Burton to Carl Perkins, Albert Lee, Little Richard, the Everly Brothers, Sir Paul McCartney, Eric Clapton, Dion, The Righteous Brothers, Buddy Holly’s Crickets, Dick Clark, his father (’60s pop rocker Bobby Vee) and many more. Tickets: $22 advance, $26 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616. Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

Northfield VFW

Carleton Orchestra Concert • 8-9:30pm

Kracum Performance Hall, Carleton, Northfield Directed by Hector Valdivia, the Carleton Orchestra performs varied repertoire ranging from the 18th to the 20th centuries. Jim Czechowicz • 8-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A Twin Cities singer and guitarist presenting a great mix of pop, rock and country from the ’50s to the ’80s. Matt Arthur and Friends • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Best known for his fire-breathin’, foot-stompin’, rootsy rockin’ performances with Matt Arthur and the Bratlanders, this is a softer and more introspective solo side of this alt-country favorite. Arthur learned to sing by listening to gospel records from Tennessee Ernie Ford and Johnny Cash. Dave Hudson • 8:30-11:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Dave Hudson’s blend of country, pop, reggae and rock has engaged audiences throughout the U.S., Canada and the East/West Caribbean for the past 15 years. Appearances on NBC affiliate KARE 11 and Clear Channel’s Cities 97 in Minneapolis have helped push him into the performance spotlight. Hudson’s self-styled spin on popular songs as well as his hand-crafted originals keep crowds coming back for more.

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The M8ds • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville Music of the 1980s with a pop-punk twist. DJ • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault SATURDAY, MARCH 3 Bagels & Birds • 9:30-10:30am

River Bend Nature Center, Faribault Enjoy coffee and bagels in a relaxed atmosphere while watching antics of wildlife. Meet in the comfort of the building to observe birds and other visitors to the Windows on the Wild backyard habitat feeding area. Help with identification, fun facts, binoculars, guide books and conversation will make this a great way to start the day. Prairie’s Edge Humane Society Meet & Greets • 11am-1pm

Chuck & Don’s, Northfield

Faribault Winter Farmers Market • 1-4pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Apples, baked goods, breads, cheese, eggs, grass-fed beef, honey, jams, Alaskan salmon, locally raised shrimp and more. Relativity • 2-5pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Voted one of the best Northfield bands, Relativity combines outstanding vocals, guitar, mandolin and fiddle to create fun and eclectic music. With a request list of a couple hundred songs, Relativity encourages audience requests, from acoustic covers of current top 40 songs to classic and folk rock. The band is Toby Jensen (guitar, vocals), Sandy Jensen (vocals, mandolin, guitar) and Mike Hildebrandt, a Minnesota Rock & Country Music Hall of Fame fiddle player. Sandy’s identical twin sister, Linda Wilson, joins the band on occasion, adding great harmony and percussion. Bar Bingo • 3pm

Northfield VFW

Tin Sparks Band • 6-9pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls The Tin Sparks formed in 2009 as a blues band, paying homage to American roots music from the Louisiana Delta and cotton fields of the far south to the new urban electric blue sounds. After the departure of two original members, the band reformed in 2012 with a more diverse and modern sound featuring blues, rock and R&B covers, sometimes modified to add a unique Tin Sparks flair. The current five-piece lineup includes lead guitar, keyboard, bass, drums and a dynamite female vocalist. Dinner Theatre: The 39 Steps 6:15pm dinner, 7:30pm show

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HAPPENINGS Saturday, March 3, continued South Metro Chorale’s Cabaret • 6:30-9:30pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center 6:30pm silent auction, 7:30pm show – On the Red Carpet directed by Richard Carrick. Variety show, silent auction, cash raffles and appetizers. Tickets: $20 adults, $15 students/ seniors, available from South Metro Chorale at 612/386-4636 or tickets@southmetrochorale.org. Also Mar. 4. Theater: Barefoot in the Park • 7:30pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault See theater page.

411 Concert Series: Lucy Kaplansky • 7:30-9:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater She started singing in Chicago bars. Then, barely out of high school, Lucy Kaplansky took off for New York City. There she found a fertile community of songwriters and performers – Suzanne Vega, Steve Forbert, The Roches and others. With a beautiful flair for harmony, Kaplansky was everyone’s favorite singing partner, but most often she found herself singing as a duo with Shawn Colvin. The New York Times said it was “easy to predict stardom for her.” Kaplansky continues to perform all over the world. When not performing, she lives in New York City, where she enjoys spending time with her husband and daughter. Tickets: $25, available at northfieldartsguild.org, 507/645-8877 or at the Northfield Arts Guild. Bluedog • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A five-member blues/rock band out of Minneapolis formed in 2001 by Joni Weston and Eric Buffalohead, Bluedog has released several albums and singles which have been nominated for Best Blues Recording for the Native American Music Awards and the Indian Summer Music Awards. Their music is influenced by life experiences of Native people. Weston states that “Native people have experienced the blues, too. For us it reflects a significant part of life for Native people and our relationship with the U.S. government in the past, present and future. All the pain we’ve endured from massacres, boarding schools and forced removal from our homes, etc… all attempts to erase our culture and our people. We are still here. Our music celebrates life, the good and bad.” The band has performed across the U.S. in support of its original recordings and has fronted notable blues acts including: The Robert Cray Band, Indigenous, Los Lonely Boys, Corey Stevens, John Mayall, Kenny Neal Band, Lil Ed and the Blues Imperials, Coco Montoya, Ana Popovic, Walter Trout, Shannon Curfman and the Jerry Garcia Band. Paul Seeba • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Seeba’s songs have catchy melodies, strong harmonies and an interplay of acoustic/electric guitar layers that fall into a roots rock genre – with impressionistic lyrics that often weave together a narrative honoring a northern heritage. More at paulseeba.com.

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Wicked Garden • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault Wicked Garden entertains grunge fans with songs from the ’90s grunge-era. Wicked Garden covers the grunge power songs that filled the top 100 charts, such as Pearl Jam’s Jeremy, Soundgarden’s Outshined, Stone Temple Pilot’s Plush and Alice In Chains’ Man In The Box. They also cover several grunge-influenced bands from today, such as Tool’s Sober, Foo Fighters’ All My Life and Queens of The Stone Age’s Little Sister. The band consists of veteran musicians with years of experience recording and performing live to packed clubs in the Twin Cities rock and metal scene. SUNDAY, MARCH 4 Faribault Bridal Fair • 1-4pm

Faribo West Mall Cake Dive at 3pm. Brides may pre-register to receive a free gift. Free. For more info contact faribaultbridalfair@gmail.com or Laura at 507/334-9661. Andrew Walesch • 1-4pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Whether recording jingles, producing shows, composing and arranging, or singing as a solo artist and with big bands, Andrew Walesch is nationally known for his unique approach to The Great American Songbook. He has sung and played on the stage of The Bluebird Café in Nashville and the legendary Chicago Theater and has appeared on the nationally syndicated broadcast Mountain Stage on NPR. In March 2015, he premiered his highly successful conception, 100 Years of Sinatra, to sold-out audiences at Chanhassen Dinner Theatres with the Andrew Walesch Big Band. Chamber Music II Recital • 2-3:30pm

Applebaum Recital Hall, Carleton, Northfield South Metro Chorale’s Cabaret • 2-5pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center 2pm silent auction, 3pm show – On the Red Carpet directed by Richard Carrick. Variety show, silent auction, cash raffles and appetizers. Tickets: $20 adults, $15 students/seniors, available from South Metro Chorale at 612/386-4636 or tickets@southmetrochorale.org. Also Mar. 3. Mark Ross • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield Local favorite Mark Ross presents an evening of high-energy acoustic music, putting his signature spin on classic rock, country and alternative music from many past and current artists like Keith Urban, Bon Jovi, Miranda Lambert, Matchbox Twenty, Ryan Adams, Bruno Mars and more. Ross has been involved in the Twin Cities music scene since 1993. His show includes a blend of upbeat covers of many genres.

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Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org. Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. This month’s chosen charity is the Northfield Historical Society. St. Olaf Orchestra Concert • 7:30pm

Skoglund Center, St. Olaf, Northfield Conducted by Steven Amundson. MONDAY, MARCH 5

Traditional Irish Music Session • 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info. Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. St. Olaf Handbells • 8:15pm

Urness Recital Hall, St. Olaf, Northfield The St. Olaf Handbells, under the direction of Jill Mahr, will feature a wide variety of musical styles in their spring concert. Free and open to the public.

Bingo • 7pm

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Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

West African Drum Ensemble Concert 12-12:45pm

Carbone’s, Northfield Northfield VFW

Guest Recital: Jeremy Reynolds, Clarinet • 7pm

Skifter Hall, St. Olaf, Northfield Jeremy Reynolds, Professor of Music at Lamont School of Music, is a Buffet Crampon USA Performing Artist. Free and open to the public.

Weitz Commons, Carleton, Northfield Directed by Jay Johnson, the ensemble uses indigenous instruments and an African approach to musical training to learn and perform rhythms from West Africa.

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HAPPENINGS Tuesday, March 6, continued Community Café • 5-6pm

Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time. Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen. Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate. Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7 Soapbox • 6-7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Guest Artist Recital: The Atlantic Reed Consort • 7pm

Urness Recital Hall, St. Olaf, Northfield The Atlantic Reed Consort strives to bring chamber music to a broad audience in an unexpected format. A quintet comprised of oboe, clarinet, bassoon, bass clarinet and saxophone, their cutting-edge sound and style embrace the contemporary and add a new twist to the likes of Bach, Gershwin and Ravel. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Open Mic • 9-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, MARCH 8 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. Bar Bingo • 6pm

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Winona Forever • 6-8pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A heart-forward Americana folk duo, Green Bouzard and Michael Morris, based in Minneapolis.

Companydance Spring Concert • 7:30pm

Wagner/Bundgaard Studio One, Center for Art and Dance, St. Olaf, Northfield A spring celebration of dance created by faculty, students and guest artists. Tickets: $10 for the public, free for faculty/staff students, available at 507/786-8987 or stolaf.edu/apps/tickets/. Theater: Julius Caesar • 7:30pm

Haugen Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. One Night of Queen with Gary Mullen and the Works • 8pm

Ames Center, Burnsville In 2000, Gary Mullen won ITV’s Stars In Their Eyes Live Grand Final, with the largest number of votes ever received in the show’s history. The record of 864,838 votes was more than twice that of the runner-up. Mullen began touring on his own and in 2002 formed The Works to pay tribute to Queen. Since May 2002, Gary Mullen and the Works have performed throughout the United Kingdom, U.S., Europe, South Africa and New Zealand to sell-out audiences. They have also twice rocked the prestigious BBC Proms in the Park in front of a very enthusiastic crowd of 40,000. One Night of Queen is a spectacular live concert, recreating the look, sound, pomp and showmanship of arguably the greatest rock band of all time. Tickets: $30-$50, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com. Mark Mraz • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Everybody’s favorite piano man is back tickling the ivories and performing favorite sing-along songs, along with a trove of golden oldies and classic covers from the pop music archives. More at mrazbrothers.com. Cowaroke • 9pm

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MGM Wine & Spirits, Dundas Featuring wines from Portugal. Portugal has been exporting wines to America since before there was an America. Discover what flavors our founding fathers loved as you sip wines from different regions around this Iberian country. Free and open to anyone over 21. Storytime in Spanish/Hora del Cuento en Español • 5pm

Northfield Public Library For families with children 2-7 years old. Siblings are always welcome. Reception: Area Student Exhibit • 5-7pm

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The Danger Committee • 7pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault This is no ordinary juggling act. Featured on NBC’s America’s Got Talent, Howie Mandel described this Twin Cities trio as “truly something unique that we haven’t seen before.” Danger Committee is one of the lead acts at the MN Renaissance Festival and has brought its danger-defying juggling act all across the country. Knives, spears and even lightsabers fly in a jaw-dropping night of family fun and entertainment. Tickets: $23 nonmembers, $18 students and members, $12 children 12 and under, family packs $54 members/$64 nonmembers (2 adults or students and 2 children) available at the box office, 507/332-7372 or paradisecenterforthearts.org/tickets/. Bar Bingo • 7pm

L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas Stadium Rock! Featuring the Fabulous Armadillos • 7:30pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center In the mid-’70s a type of rock emerged called “stadium rock.” Fans of the Fabulous Armadillos won’t want to miss this performance of the key artists of the genre such as Journey, REO Speedwagon, Styx, Boston, Aerosmith, Queen and more. Get set for another dose of fun and rock with the timeless music that these great bands brought us. Tickets: $35/$33 balcony, available at 952/985-4640 or lakevilleareaartscenter.com. Also Mar. 10. Theater: Dyskolos (The Crabby Man) • 7:30pm

233 Fosnes Room, Christiansen Hall of Music, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Theater: Les Misérables School Edition • 7:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater See theater page.

Theater: Julius Caesar • 7:30pm

Haugen Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

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Kirk & Low • 8-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Musical barnstormers Jim Kirkendall and Stevie Low. One is folk, the other is quite a bit of rock ‘n’ roll. Each presents his own solo set and each draws from a deeper reservoir of experience. Kirkendall spent time as a full-time musician, playing coffeehouses and folk clubs across the U.S. and Canada. Low worked his way across the U.S. and Canada performing in clubs and on concert stages. In 2011 he was inducted into the Iowa Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame as a member of The Buzzards. Expect an eclectic evening of original material and classic covers. Oake & Paine • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Oake & Paine are the acoustic guitar and vocal duo Colleen Martin Oake and Lindsay Paine. Both attended St. Olaf College and have been making music together for more than 20 years, performing with various bands in the Twin Cities including their own, The Wreck. Among other projects, Oake sings back-up with Lolo’s Ghost and Paine plays guitar with Dizzy Hat. Their music ranges from originals to covers by artists recognizable and obscure. Angel Val • 8:30-11:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield A gifted singer and songwriter. Val writes all of her own songs from her life experiences and relationships. She recently went to Nashville to record her first album, Gravel Road, and is now working on an EP. Val has played at Tootsies in Nashville as well as the Bluebird Café and has been compared to Jewel, Taylor Swift and Hillary Scott from Lady Antebellum. Hitfaced • 9:30pm-close

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Grampa Al’s, Faribault SATURDAY, MARCH 10 Book Launch Party: Mary Bleckwehl, Claire’s Hair • 10:30am-1pm

Content Bookstore, Northfield Celebrating the newest children’s book by Northfield author Mary Bleckwehl. Stop by and enjoy a reading and book signing, an appearance by the book’s illustrator, Sara Weingartner, treats and children’s activities. For every book sold, Bleckwehl will donate one to a children’s cancer ward. More at marybleckwehl.com. Theater: Julius Caesar • 2 and 7:30pm

Haugen Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Vinnie Rose • 2-5pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Vinnie Rose is the Midwest’s premier “live-looping” acoustic guitarist and vocalist. Drawing from his 1000+ song repertoire of pop/rock/country/R&B/blues/old-school rap covers and two albums of originals, Rose artfully creates dynamic, skillful and entertaining shows that can include the likes of Ed Sheeran, The Weeknd, Johnny Cash, Ray Charles, Keith Urban, The Lumineers and 2Pac. Using a looping effects pedal, Rose layers rhythm guitar, bass and other tracks in real time. Accompanied with a 3¼-octave vocal range and melodic guitar solos, Rose’s live one-man-band show has become a very popular Midwest act. He welcomes song requests from the audience and loves interacting with a crowd. Bar Bingo • 3pm

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Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Four guys, six acoustic instruments and retro pop songs. Includes Lincoln Ashbury (acoustic guitar, mandolin, vocals), Chubby Ashton (upright bass, vocals), Rocco C’Ash (drums, percussion) and Mickey Mash (acoustic guitar, banjo, vocals). Dinner Theatre: The 39 Steps 6:15pm dinner, 7:30pm show

Hilltop Hall, Montgomery See theater page.

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Imminent Brewing, Northfield Original material from Northfielder Ray Coudret. FTB’s music reflects upon life’s promises and disappointments with a back-beat of driving rhythms. Mixed between original songs is a blend of adult alternative covers from artists you know and artists you’ll be glad to get to know. Dan Newton and Pat Donohue • 7:30pm

Stoney End Music Loft, Red Wing “Daddy Squeeze” accordionist Dan Newton has been entertaining audiences with a vast variety of musical styles since 1987. He spends most of his time playing accordion with his fabulous group Café Accordion Orchestra, performing French, American and Latin ballroom dance music. Guitarist Pat Donohue has earned prominent recognition for his mastery of acoustic fingerstyle guitar. Chet Atkins called him one of the greatest finger pickers in the world today and Leo Kottke called his playing “haunting.” Though he considers himself foremost a folk guitarist, Donohue manages to blend jazz and blues with folk, and the mix is seamless. Over the years he has captivated audiences with his unique original compositions, dazzling instrumentals and humorous song parodies. Tickets: $18, available at 1-877/866-3936. Stadium Rock! Featuring the Fabulous Armadillos • 7:30pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center In the mid-’70s a type of rock emerged called “stadium rock.” Fans of the Fabulous Armadillos won’t want to miss this performance of the key artists of the genre such as Journey, REO Speedwagon, Styx, Boston, Aerosmith, Queen and more. Get set for another dose of fun and rock with the timeless music that these great bands brought us. Tickets: $35/$33 balcony, available at 952/985-4640 or lakevilleareaartscenter.com. Also Mar. 9. Theater: Dyskolos (The Crabby Man) • 7:30pm

233 Fosnes Room, Christiansen Hall of Music, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Theater: Les Misérables School Edition 7:30pm

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Blimp: A Tribute to the Music of Led Zeppelin • 7:30pm

Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota No costumes. No ridiculous nonsense. Just the music, as Zeppelin would have played it on a stage. It swings. It cries. It feels the blues. Blimp includes Collective Unconscious members and collaborators from several popular shows including tributes to The Beatles, the Band, Eagles, Beach Boys and Janis Joplin. The tribute band represents the band that invented stadium rock, yet created some of the most beautiful acoustic music ever recorded. Led Zeppelin’s influences on rock history are on par with the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and the Allman Brothers. Blimp plays hits including Rock ‘n’ Roll, Heartbreaker/Living Loving Maid, All of My Love and of course, Stairway to Heaven. Audiences experience the raw, live power of this quintessential band. Stacy Bauer’s uncompromising performance as lead singer Robert Plant is an experience in itself and Mark Hasbrouck’s guitar playing will drop the jaws of aspiring guitar players everywhere. The driving power of Duffy and Jeff Engholm’s rhythm section provide the rock solid rails this rock ’n’ roll train needs to roll. Tickets: $24 advance, $28 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616. Jivin’ Ivan and the Kings of Swing 7:30-11:30pm

Signature Bar & Grill, Faribault A monthly good-time hangout playing great classic swing music with hot licks, stellar vocals and dancing. Boxstore Bird • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield A delightful mix of Americana, bluegrass and storytelling that will hook you with a rare kind of songwriting.

Art Vandalay • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Renowned “kick-ass Americana band” (Hindsight Harmonies), this Twin Cities ensemble makes its way back to Northfield in support of its latest release, Heaven’s Operahouse. The group’s popular laid-back roots rock draws on influences ranging from Neil Young, Gram Parsons and John Prine to The Eels and Tom Petty – lending its own unique brand of roots music that melds smart lyricism with pop-infused melodies. More at artvandalaytunes.wordpress.com. SUNDAY, MARCH 11 Yoga on Tap • 10:45am-12pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Connecting Northfield through community, yoga and beer. $10. Bring your mat and water, enjoy a free beer or soda. Dinner Theatre: The 39 Steps 12:15pm dinner, 1:30pm show

Hilltop Hall, Montgomery See theater page. Michael Shynes • 1-4pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Shynes has a rare ability to blend shades of multiple genres over an acoustic landscape. His songs possess a lyrical depth rarely paired with such universal appeal. Performing regularly at the worldrenowned Dakota Jazz Club in Minneapolis, as well as having broken ground at the historic Hotel Cafe in Los Angeles, he is a songwriter to watch in the years to come. Film Screening: Sweet Land: A Love Story • 1-4:30pm

Viking Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield Informal discussion to follow film. Free-will donations will be accepted. Rated PG. For more info visit northfieldhistory.org. Theater: Les Misérables School Edition • 2pm

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Sunday, March 11, continued Dakota Valley Symphony and Chorus: I’ll Be Bach • 2 and 7pm

THEATER

Bridging Creativity

Ames Center, Burnsville Featuring Tami Morse, harpsichord, this program includes JS Bach’s, Harpsichord Concerto and Brandenburg Concerto No. 1 and symphonies by the sons of JS Bach. Music from the pinnacle of the Baroque Era and the very beginning of the Rococo that planted the seeds for Haydn, Mozart, Beethoven and all that follows. Tickets: $20 adults, $15 seniors, $5 students, available at the Ames Center Box Office, 800/982-2787 or ticketmaster.com. Cannon Valley Regional Orchestra Youth Soloist Concert • 3pm

St. John’s Hall, Northfield A concert to celebrate the winners of a first-ever youth soloist contest held by the CVRO: Brianne Ulrich (piano, homeschool Owatonna), Katie Van Epps (flute, Kenyon-Wanamingo High School) and Celia Woock (flute, Kenyon-Wanamingo High School). Youth from across Minnesota were invited to audition. This has been a meaningful opportunity for qualified youth to gain more performance experience, to provide a venue for these young musicians to get community exposure and meet other local musicians and to encourage youth to see concert participation as a viable goal in their future. The concert will include the overture from the motion picture Beauty and the Beast and Antonin Dvorak’s New World Symphony. Advance tickets: $12 adults, $8 students and seniors, available at the Northfield Arts Guild’s Center for the Arts, 507/645-8877 or northfieldartsguild.org. A suggested “paywhat-you-want” admission is also available at the door, and no one will be turned away because of an inability to pay. Two is Enough • 3-6pm

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Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org.

Todd Thompson Band • 4-6pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Americana music at its best – blues, bluegrass, Cajun, country and pop. This four-piece string band brings hot instrumentals and soulful vocals, featuring Nick Weaver on guitar, Bruce Jensen on string bass, Max Weaver on banjo and Todd Thompson on mandolin. Classic covers, great originals and bad jokes. JC Sanford Trio • 5-8pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Trombonist/composer/conductor JC Sanford is a musician of rare breadth, deeply rooted in the traditions of jazz and classical music, yet constantly pushing at their boundaries. Sanford works regularly as a composer, performer, arranger and conductor. Theater: Julius Caesar • 6pm

Haugen Theater, St. Olaf, Northfield See theater page. Albert Cummings • 7:30pm

Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota From his phenomenal guitar work to his incredibly impassioned lyrics and overall songwriting prowess, one thing has certainly become clear about Albert Cummings’ music – he is far more than simply the guitarist or the bluesman he’s often painted as. A masterful guitar player who burst onto the blues rock scene in the early 2000s, he almost immediately began gaining praise. His latest release, Live at the ’62 Center, further portrays not only his versatility as singer/songwriter and live performer, but as an artist first and foremost. Tickets: $24 advance, $28 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616.

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HAPPENINGS Sunday, March 11, continued Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. This month’s chosen charity is the Northfield Historical Society.

Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate. Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

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MONDAY, MARCH 12

Soapbox • 6-7pm

Murder on the Red River: A Book Talk with Marcie Rendon • 7pm

Politics & a Pint • 7pm

Northfield Public Library This story introduces us to Renee Blackbear, also known as “Cash,” who teams up with her cop friend, Sheriff Wheaton, to resolve a violent crime against a man from Red Lake. Marcie Rendon is an enrolled member of the White Earth Nation. She lives in St. Paul and is the author of a number of works of nonfiction and poetry. Murder on the Red River is Marcie’s first work of fiction for adults. Contact Jamie Stanley at the library for more info at 507/645-1802 or jamie.stanley@ci.northfield.mn.us. Bingo • 7pm

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The Contented Cow, Northfield The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Dan O & Doc A • 9-11:30pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, MARCH 15 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome.

Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

Cat’s Pajamas Vocal Jam for MN State Academy for the Blind • 7pm

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Traditional Irish Music Session • 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info. Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. TUESDAY, MARCH 13 Opening Reception: Spring/Summer Exhibit • 4:30-6pm

Allina Hospital Owatonna Healing Arts Gallery See exhibits page. Community Café • 5-6pm

Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time. Evening Storytime: Pajamarama! • 6pm

Greenvale Park Community School, Northfield Not-so-quiet bedtime stories, songs and rhymes with Northfield Public Library’s Children’s Librarian Emily.

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault An explosive five-piece vocal band that has toured internationally, wowing audiences around the globe each time they take the stage. Cat’s Pajamas got their start in the national OREO Cookie Jingle Competition. They were selected as one of the top ten finalists and appeared on Oprah. The group competed on NBC’s The Sing-Off and America’s Got Talent. Cat’s Pajamas also rocked out on FOX’s Next Great American Band where they proved that voices can in fact replicate a band when they finished in the top 30 groups out of a field of more than 14,000. A dynamic, award-winning show in support of MN State Academy for the Blind. Tickets: $13 adults, $6 students, $33 family package (2 adults and 2 students), available at the box office, 507/332-7372 or paradisecenterforthearts.org/tickets/. Bar Bingo • 6pm

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The Contented Cow, Northfield A heart-forward Americana folk duo, Green Bouzard and Michael Morris, based in Minneapolis.

Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen.

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MARCH EVENTS

The Merlin Players Present: Barefoot in the Park

Gallery Exhibit Opening Reception

Student Exhibit Opening Reception

By Neil Simon. Directed by Julianna Skluzacek.

Featuring Layl McDill and Mary Ellen Frame

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Cat’s Pajamas Vocal Jam for MN State Academy for the Blind

Paradise Children’s Theatre Presents Aesop’s Fables

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Join us for this dynamic, award-winning show. Portion of all tickets support MSAB.

This wonderful program helps build confidence and creativity in our youngest actors.*

March 1-3 · 7:30pm

March 2 · 5:00-7:00pm

The Danger Committee A danger-defying juggling act filled with jaw-dropping family fun.

March 15 · 7:00pm

March 9 · 5:00-7:00pm

March 17 · 11:00am

SAVE THE DATE Comedian Tommy Ryman April 6 · 7:30pm

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration with Willow Brae and Irish Step Dancers March 17 · 7:30pm

Bringing the airs, dance tunes and songs of the Irish and Scottish countrysides to life. Sponsored by: Crossroads Professional Building – Southern Heights Dental and Richie Eye Clinic

The High 48s

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The High 48s make music that combines the soulful sound of classic bluegrass with a modern attitude.

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As spring approaches and Minnesotans start to come out of their winter huddle, many people begin to consider relocating or upgrading their homes. To help our readers navigate the real estate market, The Entertainment Guide has brought together some of southern Minnesota’s local experts to share their wisdom. Whether you are thinking of buying a new home, selling your current home or just dreaming, you’re sure to learn something in this special real estate section.

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Which home surveillance is right for you? by Chad Aldrich

Are you looking to add extra security to your home? The LiveWatch Total Home + Video system is the best self-installed home security solution for most people. LiveWatch is simple to set up and has fair monthly monitoring prices. It has a touchscreen control panel and smartphone app that allows you to control your alarm system from anywhere. LiveWatch is simple, personalized and reliable, and ensures that you have peace of mind by providing home security you can be confident in. If you’re on a tighter budget and need a less expensive option without a contract, we recommend SimpliSafe. The setup is simple – just plug in your

base station, place your sensors, and your whole home is protected in minutes. Another perk is that the monthly monitoring price is half the price of LiveWatch’s. Unlike LiveWatch, SimpliSafe doesn’t integrate with other home-automation or smart-home devices, and it doesn’t have video cameras, but still does the job well. SimpliSafe covers homes of all sizes and, because of the small size, they’re practically invisible. If you’re looking for minimal security, we recommend the Ring Video Doorbell. Ring’s customizable motion sensors let you focus on the important areas of your home. You will receive an instant alert to your phone when Ring detects motion. With the phone app you can view the video and talk to the person at your door. Ring also provides additional security cameras to place around your house, and some with flood lights. There are also a variety of accessories available. Whether you need minimal or higher security, there is an option for you. If you have questions on which home surveillance is right for you, give us a call at 507/581-5037 and we can guide you through your decision-making. Chad Aldrich, owner of Aldrich Technology, can be reached at chad@aldrichtechmn.com

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Paying attention to these items will help improve the condition of your home and also will make it easier to get your home ready to put on the market. Don’t let these often-overlooked maintenance items bring your home value down.

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3. Cabinets. Make sure they open freely and close with ease. Common issues are loose cabinets knobs and screws, and sticky hinges. Taking the time to look over and maintain them will preserve the beauty of your cabinets and help them function properly, adding value to your home.

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Downsize How to Begin to

by Jan Stevens

Moving to a different home is a challenge. It is especially challenging when we have been living in our home for many years with many memories. As a Realtor, I help my clients: 1. Visualize this move 2. Buy a home 3. Move 4. Get their home ready to sell 5. Sell their previous home Sometimes even in that order. Many of us have saved items from our earlier life, inherited family heirlooms, and are collectors. Those of us ready to retire are children of Depression-Era families and grew up saving everything in case we might need it someday. We also saved things for our children. Guess what? Most of our children do not want what we have saved. My own children are minimalists; value experiences above things; appreciate mobility; live a more casual life than we did or do. Few children or other heirs want our collections. Younger family members tend to be less sentimental about grandma’s china. Few younger people have the time or desire to polish furniture or silver. Use your cell phone and record your memories with photos. The less stuff, the freer the rest of your life will be. You will have enough money or more to live on when you are not paying as much for cleaning, utilities, insurance, redecorating, property taxes, etc. Try to decide the minimum furnishings you need to live in your next home. Plan for spacing between furnishings so you have plenty of room to move around. If you are comfortable getting a bridge loan, move before you put your home up for sale. It is easier to fill the new, often smaller home and then rent storage units for items you are not quite ready to part with. Climate-controlled storage spaces are available, but can be expensive. Consider having storage boxes shrink-wrapped and left in the garage or basement while your home is listed for sale.

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Decide what to part with and where it should go. Charity shops will often pick up the items for you. Resale shops may take some items. Craigslist, eBay and other local services can help. There are services to help you decide what has value in today’s retail marketplace. Realtors can recommend reputable services to help you with these decisions. You may realize some cash from downsizing, but the most exciting part is the freed-up time and energy you will gain from not having to care or worry about so much “stuff.” Jan Stevens, Realtor with Coldwell Banker South Metro, can be reached at janstevens@realtor.com

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Feng Shui by Mary Jo Winter

Feng Shui divides the world into five elements: wood, fire, earth, metal and water. If you have a room that doesn’t feel quite right, try balancing the elements to make it more comfortable. Each element invokes a different mood, creating a customized space that’s beneficial for your personality and goals. The goal is to balance each detail or room with several elements so one element does not dominate the space. Once you get an understanding of the five elements, begin playing with their arrangement by starting small, with an entry table or a dresser in your bedroom. Add your red flowerpot of tulips and a few other items, such as a mirror for water and an arrangement of polished stones for metal.

To tackle an entire room, start by noticing and labeling all objects within a space. If you find yourself using a specific room less than others or avoiding it altogether, the elemental balance may need some adjusting. Be on the lookout for rooms made up of only one or two elements. By adding objects that represent those missing elements, you will be on your way to creating a balanced and inviting room. 1. Wood. Wood harnesses the power of creativity and expansion while representing traits such as growth, birth, strength, flexibility and intuition. Like the leaves and sky, wood’s colors are green and blue. Consider incorporating the following types of objects: fresh and silk flowers, plants and trees, cotton and other natural fabrics, wood furniture.

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3. Earth. Earth affects physical strength and order while generating an overall feeling of grounding, balance and stability. To bring in the element, add anything in earth tones (brown, green or sand), square and rectangular shapes, low, flat surfaces or images of landscapes. 4. Metal. Metal affects mental clarity and logic. The presence of metal within a room can be felt in personal characteristics such as organization, focus, righteousness and analytical abilities. When enhancing a space with metal, add round or oval shapes, anything made of metals, including iron, aluminum, gold or silver, rocks and stones, white, gray, silver or light pastel colors. 5. Water. Water’s domain encompasses spirituality and the emotions. A balance of water brings about inspiration, wisdom and insightfulness. When incorporating the water element, add the color black or any deep, dark tones, reflective surfaces, such as mirrors and gazing balls, wavy, free-form or asymmetrical shapes, water or water features, such as aquariums and fountains. Honestly, the study of Feng Shui can be a lifetime of learning. When I tried just a few simple changes by adding a few “elements” to each room, I had guests ask me what I did to the room because it felt so nice. It was nothing major, just a few subtle changes in arrangements, pictures and furniture placement. Give it a try and spring forward! Mary Jo Winter, Realtor with Remax, can be reached at mj@maryjowinter.com or 612.701.2079

2. Fire. Increase enthusiasm and leadership skills by maximizing the fire element. Use this element in design to encourage expressiveness, inspiration and boldness. To expand the fire element in your space, add candles, incandescent lights and sunlight, any shade of red, pink or purple, electronic equipment, animal prints.

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Smart Homes Homes of the Future, Today

by Tim Freeland

As a Realtor, I’m in and out of many homes each week. I often see what people are using in regards to “smart home” and “wireless peripheral” devices. We are living in a golden age of smart-home product explosions and it can be a lot of fun. I started with a Philips Hue light bulb, which is an LED color-changing bulb controlled by a phone app. It can turn on when you enter a room or change color depending on the time of the day. I added them throughout my home and use different settings for when I entertain, watch a movie, or get up in the middle of the night to let the dog out. They use 1/10th of the electricity of a traditional bulb, but can be expensive, so I watch for sales on Amazon. I’ve added non-colored Philips bulbs to the exterior of my home. All the bulbs communicate with each other and work in unison with apps like Alexa or Google Home. Another product I added is an Eyedro electricity monitor, which plugs into my home wireless router and allows me to monitor how much energy my home is using at any time. It sends alerts and summaries. It’s more of a novelty, but it allows me to see the impact of lighting up my yard at Christmastime or running the vacuum with the appliances and the oven on a Saturday morning.

The funnest thing I’ve added is a ring.com video doorbell. This is essentially an HD camera with night vision that senses motion. The camera costs up to $250, but it can protect your family, provide entertainment and, with a $3 monthly subscription, record any events that happen at your front door. Even the UPS man waves and says “Hi, Tim” when he drops a package. I’ve added a spotlight security camera light in my backyard that allows me to watch the dogs play outside when I’m not at home. Cameras are everywhere now. They used to require professional setup and in-wall wiring and had a clunky user interface. Now, camera systems work effortlessly and operate hand-in-hand with a phone or computer. This is just the tip of the iceberg – there are also refrigerators that let you know how much or little is inside them, a dryer that pings your phone when it’s done and an “Instant Pot” cooker that can be turned on and off remotely with your phone. Fair warning: all of this is reliant upon a wireless router. We’ve all got a router at home, but can your router handle high-speed communications with 10 or 20 different things at the same time? Can it stream video to two cell phones and a smart TV while recording four cameras and monitoring your house power consumption? Mine couldn’t, so I had to upgrade. That’s the name of the game – upgrading and adjusting as we slowly but surely build a smart home that can handle the demands of the future. These features are becoming commonplace and are very attractive to a buyer. They are great attention-getters and unique amenities that buyers are interested in. Tim Freeland, Realtor with Edina Realty, can be reached at tim@timfreeland.com

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FRIDAY, MARCH 16

The Myths and Realities of the 1960s • 7pm

Fox & Coyote Album Release • time TBD

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Northfield Public Library Fox & Coyote is the folk rock project of songwriters Ryan Evans Over the past 50 years the era of the 1960s has evolved into the and Jonathan Harms, featuring guitar, banjo, cello, bass and “Golden Age” for the post WWII Baby Boomers. As with all drums. The band’s live set juxtaposes quiet and loud, expected Golden Ages, there are myths associated with the 1960s, some and jarring, and showcases Evans’ and Harms’ far-reaching musibased in reality and some not. Tim Madigan examines the cal interests in their own brand of folk-infused indie rock. myths of the 1960s through the lens of critical thinking. MadiNorthfield Winter Farmers Market • 11:45am-1pm gan is a lifelong student of history and a proud Baby Boomer. Riverside Park, Northfield His professional career has spanned public education and public Eggs, potatoes, onions and miscellaneous farm-fresh goodies. management in Minnesota (he served as the Northfield City Third Fridays through April. Administrator) including teaching classes on the 1960s for the Cannon Valley Elder Collegium. Free and open to the public. For Wine Tasting • 3-6pm more information, call the library at 507/645-6606. SHATTUCK•ST.MARY’S MGM Wine & Spirits, Dundas faribault, mn www.s-sm.org Featuring wines from Argentina. In just the past few decades, Theater: Les Misérables School Edition • 7:30pm Argentina has grow out of obscurity to being one of the largest Northfield Arts Guild Theater exporters of wine around the world. In the process, it has made See theater page. Malbec a household name. Dive into the range of the Malbec Fesler-Lampert Performing Arts Series: grape as well as exploring some other fun wines indigenous to Ring of Kerry • 7:30pm Argentina. Free and open to anyone over 21. Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Faribault Ring of Kerry is a burstBar Bingo • 7pm ing-with-energy Irish music L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas group that captures the hearts of Theater: Les Misérables School listeners. The group takes its name Edition • 7:30pm from a beautiful craggy drive Northfield Arts Guild Theater in southwestern County Kerry, See theater page. Ireland. Its Celtic music, however, Theater: Hairspray The Musical OF KERRY is played with a heart much closer to its RING American home. All five 7:30pm • 7:30pm Thursday, March 15 of its engaging musicians sing and play several instruments. From Lakeville Area Arts Center $20, Students $12 the thundering sound of the bodhran toAdults the sparkle of the hamRing of Kerry is a bursting-with-energy Irish music groupSee theater page. mered dulcimer, from the lilt andthatrhythm of fiddle and guitar to show, captures the hearts of listeners. For this special Ring of Kerry is joined by a pair of Irish dancers, just in time“River” Pays Tribute to King, Mitchell, Simon • 7:30pm the haunting wails of the flute and penny whistles, the band has for St. Patrick’s Day! www.ringofkerry.us Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota developed a blend that is animated, ruggedly beautiful and fun. Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Carly COMING For this special show, Ring of Kerry is joined by a pairSOON of Irish Simon: three legendary songwriters whose Thursday, Maystudents, 3rd dancers. More at ringofkerry.us. Tickets: $20 adults, $12 hits were performed by some of the biggest available at s-sm.org or 507/333-1620. artists of the ’60s and ’70s. “River” brings Nick Hensley • 8-11pm the songs, stories and memories together Tavern Lounge, Northfield on one stage. Three dynamic Twin Cities Singer/songwriter Nick Hensley is the singers – Rachel Holder-Hennig, Deb mastermind behind the musical colBrown and Jana Anderson – pay tribute The Minnesota SinfoniaFor is a professional, laborative, Love Songs Angry non-profit Men, chamber to the three stars. Vocal performances orchestra offering FREE-admission concerts and educational also the title ofprograms his first solo release, after in and around the Twin Cities. are backed by a stellar band, including Dave Burkart (acoustic fronting the critically acclaimed rock guitar/vocals), Troy Norton (electric guitar/vocals), Pete Hennig ensemble, The District. Hensley has (drums), Brian Ziemniak (keys), Yohannes Tona (bass guitar) shared the stage with bands like The and Brian Gallagher (saxophone and flute). While King, Mitchell Hold Steady, Panic, Ordering The Gear at and Simon have an extensive list of works, “River” will focus on NEW:Widespread Online Ticket Daddies, Trampled By Turtles, The Samwww.s-sm.org/FeslerLampert their most popular pieces – songs that take the audience on a nosples and Big Head Todd and The Monsters. Hensley’s music has talgic journey, remembering the women’s music movement of the All performances in Historic Newhall Auditorium received 4-star ratings from Paste magazine and City507-333-1620 Pages and SSM Box Office: ’60s and ’70s and their own prom, first kiss, wedding, heartaches Alt-Country.com. More at lovesongsforangrymen.com. and other life experiences. Hear songs such as You’re So Vain, Cowaroke • 9pm Nobody Does it Better, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, Natural The Contented Cow, Northfield Woman, Help Me and Both Sides Now. Tickets: $28 advance, $32 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or DJ • 9pm-1am 507/732-7616. 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Alyson Road • 8-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Heavily influenced by the American folk-rock scene of the mid-’60s, Allyson Road brings their unique blend of folk and roots music reminiscent of a period when harmonies and jangly guitars ruled the airwaves. They’ve been performing at coffeehouses and bars since their early college years and haven’t strayed too far from their Americana musical roots. Blood Brother • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Hailing from the Twin Cities, Blood Brother presents an eclectic mix of acoustic music. Expect a passionate performance mixing a variety of genres and style. More at bloodbrothermusic.com. Mark Ross • 8:30-11:30pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Local favorite Mark Ross presents an evening of high-energy acoustic music, putting his signature spin on classic rock, country and alternative music from many past and current artists like Keith Urban, Bon Jovi, Miranda Lambert, Matchbox Twenty, Ryan Adams, Bruno Mars and more.

Drink 182 • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville “The ’90s were strange times in the world of music. Alternative bands roamed the Earth in flannels and vans, while hip-hop groups wore giant Adidas and tracksuits. Also, boy bands were a thing. We know it’s hard to remember who sang what. Toad the Wet Ezras? Hootie and the Gin Blossoms? Rage Against the Backstreet Boys? We get it. BUT. We like the ’90s. You like the ’90s. Why don’t we get together and play some ’90s music?” – Drink 182. DJ • 10:30pm-close

Grampa Al’s, Faribault SATURDAY, MARCH 17 Theater: Aesop’s Fables: Acting Fun for the Little Ones • 11am

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault See theater page. St. Patrick’s Day Celebration • 11am-close

The Lodge Bar & Grill on Lake Mazaska, Faribault Corned beef and cabbage and $2 taps all day. Karaoke 6-10pm. 1st Annual Tanzenwald St. Patrick’s Day Party • noon-11pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield Featuring a corned beef and cabbage special, $4 pints of stout and Irish music 7:3010:30pm by Cavan’s Crossing. Bar Bingo • 3pm

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Theater: Les Misérables School Edition • 7:30pm

Northfield Arts Guild Theater See theater page.

Theater: Hairspray The Musical • 7:30pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center See theater page.

St. Patrick’s Day Celebration featuring Willow Brae and Irish Step Dancers Rince na Chroi • 7:30pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Willow Brae is the duo of Andrea Stern, virtuosic Celtic harpist, and multi-instrumentalist Laura MacKenzie, on traditional wind-powered instruments and voice. A wonderful mix of traditional Irish and Scottish songs plus the spark and excitement of quick-paced dance tunes. They are joined by top-notch dancers from Rince na Chroi Irish Dance. These snazzy step-dancers will captivate your heart with the joys of the season, through their jigs, reels and hornpipes, in a true celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. Tickets: $16 members, $21 nonmembers, $12 students, available at the box office, 507/332-7372 or paradisecenterforthearts.org/tickets/. Nikki & The Ruemates • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Featuring Nikki (Matteson) Roux on rhythm/lead guitar and vocals, Rich Rue on resophonic/guitar and Carrie Deans on bass. This eclectic group blends country-blues with folk-rock, performing originals and covers. Hailing from the Twin Cities, the band tours nationally playing clubs and festivals and has been featured on Minnesota Public Radio’s Radio Heartland. More at nikkiandtheruemates.com.

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Theater: Hairspray The Musical • 2pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center See theater page.

Northfield Woodwind Quintet • 2pm

FiftyNorth (Northfield Senior Center) The Northfield Woodwind Quintet, composed of members of the Cannon Valley Regional Orchestra, will perform pieces mainly from classical, romantic and modern periods of concert music. The program will include short works by Jacques Ibert, Percy Grainger and others as well as a longer work by an early 19th century composer such as Anton Reicha. Free-will donations appreciated. Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org. Dinner and a Concert Series: Chance Meetings • 5:30pm supper, 7pm concert

Main Street Church, Northfield A local band that has been providing excellent entertainment for more than 13 years. Four musicians playing 14 instruments doing classic rock and country, blues, ballads and folk tunes. $8. Quiz Night • 6-8pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Sunday night trivia with your quizmistress Jessica Peterson White and quizmaster Arnab Chakladar. $5/team (up to 4 members). Sweet, beery prizes will be won. Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. This month’s chosen charity is the Northfield Historical Society.

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Imminent Brewing, Northfield A group of work-doing, soccer practice-chauffeuring, lawn-mowing, stuff-fixing, dinner-making musicians who manage to find just enough time to write, practice and perform original rock songs for those who appreciate it, and those who don’t, we don’t discriminate. We’d be bigger if only we had the time.

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The Contented Cow, Northfield Excelsior Grizzy Cooler giveaway, prizes, Irish stew, corned beef sandwiches and live music from Caroline & Herman • 6-8pm and Jack & Kitty • 8:30-11pm –Jack & Kitty provide laid-back music steeped in tradition with one foot firmly in the future. They call their style “organic vaudeville folk.”

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebration • 3pm-close

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls Rob Meany is an award-winning singer/songwriter and pianist from Minneapolis. Best known as the singer/keyboardist for the poprock group, Terramara, he is also a versatile solo artist performing original and popular songs in the style of Elton John, Billy Joel, Ben Folds and Harry Connick, Jr. His latest solo release, Ferris Wheels Unbound, continues to receive enthusiastic acclaim around the country. More at robmeany.com.

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Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

MONDAY, MARCH 19

Tanzenwald Brewing. Co., Northfield

Bingo • 7pm

Carbone’s, Northfield

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21

Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

Soapbox • 6-7pm

Northfield VFW

Traditional Irish Music Session • 7-9pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info. Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. TUESDAY, MARCH 20 Artist Reception: Kate Douglas, Multimedia • 4-6pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Open Mic • 9-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, MARCH 22 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome.

FiftyNorth (Northfield Senior Center) See exhibits page.

Reynaldo Moreno • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield Featuring original soul music influenced by the greats of MoTown and covers of distinguished artists such as Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers and Michael Jackson and modern artists including John Mayer, Maroon 5, Bruno Mars, The Killers, Imagine Drangons and on and on…

Community Café • 5-6pm

Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time. Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen. Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate.

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Program: Malt-O-Meal in Northfield • 7-8pm

Rice County Historical Society, Faribault Stephanie Hess, Curator of Digitalization and Special Collections at the Northfield Historical Society, will give a brief history of Malt-O-Meal in Northfield and share highlights from their collection (donated by the family of John. S. Campbell, founder of Malt-O-Meal). Tom Hipps • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Popular Minneapolis artist Tom Hipps makes his Northfield debut, on the heels of five critically acclaimed albums. His catchy pop/folk songs are featured on radio stations around the country. With thousands of live performances under his belt, he promises a great show and a fun time for all. Expect clever originals and classic covers from the likes of Elton John, Billy Joel, Paul Simon, The Beatles and Hank Williams. Tapping (or stomping) your feet, singing and clapping along are highly encouraged. More at tomhipps.com. Faculty Recital: Anna Mooy, Mezzo-Soprano • 8:15pm

Urness Recital Hall, St. Olaf, Northfield Cowaroke • 9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield DJ • 9pm-1am

Froggy Bottoms River Pub & Lily PADio, Northfield By Speedo Entertainment.

Northfield Public Library For families with children 2-7 years old. Siblings are always welcome. Bar Bingo • 7pm

L&M Bar & Grill, Dundas Matt Arthur & the Bratlanders • 7-10pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Rootsy Americana, country-folk and fire-breathing rock & roll. Matt Arthur (vocals, acoustic guitar, banjo), Don Bratland (electric guitar, harmonica, banjo), Doug Bratland (bass guitar, mandolin) and Joel Beithon (drums and percussion). Martin Anderson & the Goods • 7-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Classic rock, country alt and Americana music that spans the decades, including Bob Dylan, Tom Petty, Neil Young, the Beatles, Steve Earle and Bruce Springsteen. This band is high energy, fun to watch and will definitely get you on the dance floor. Band members include Alex Sandberg (lead guitar), Andrew Meyer (sax, mandolin, guitar), Christian Wheeler (bass), Steve Paoli (drums) and Martin Anderson (lead vocals, guitar). More at martinandersonandthegoods.com. Theater: Hairspray The Musical 7:30pm

FRIDAY, MARCH 23 Wine Tasting • 3-6pm

Storytime in Spanish/Hora del Cuento en Español • 5pm

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HAPPENINGS Friday, March 23, continued The High 48s • 7:30pm

Paradise Center for the Arts, Faribault Music that combines the soulful sound of classic bluegrass with a modern attitude and a wide range of music influences. This band of songwriters performs their own material in addition to festival favorites. The band’s newest member, Clint Birtzer, is a three-time Minnesota State Flatpicking Guitar Champion. The High 48s take their name from railroad slang for the boxcars originally used to transport troops on the front lines in WWI that could carry 40 soldiers or eight horses. Tickets: $18 members, $23 nonmembers, $12 students, available at the box office, 507/332-7372 or paradisecenterforthearts.org/tickets/. Texas Hold ‘Em • 8pm

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield A high-energy band blending blues, rock and bluegrass into a sound that some have called “bluesgrass.” The band knocks out top-notch original tunes inspired by the styles of Shane McGowan, Johnny Cash, The Rolling Stones and Bill Monroe. With a rough-and-tumble mix of guitar, banjo, mandolin, bass, washboard, snare drum and accordion, Bernie King & the Guilty Pleasures are exactly what the doctor ordered. Be sure to wear your dancing shoes. Tim Sigler • 9:30pm-close

Babe’s Music Bar, Lakeville A country act who plays with various national acts. Whether it’s George Strait, Garth Brooks, Johnny Cash or Keith Urban – Sigler plays favorite country songs. DJ • 10:30pm-close

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Tavern Lounge, Northfield For the last 15 years Lonesome Dan Kase has been playing his unique brand of country-blues on stages throughout the U.S. His live performances showcase his unique finger-picking style and warm vocals as well as his knowledge on the history of the blues. More at lonesomedan.com.

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SATURDAY, MARCH 24 Super Saturday Storytime: Things That GO! • 10am

Northfield Public Library Zoom in for stories, songs and rhymes about all things transportation. This energetic storytime, designed to build early literacy skills while having fun, is geared to children ages 2-6 and their caregivers, but all are welcome.

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Great Family Books & Puzzle Swap • 2-4pm

Matthew Griswold • 7-10pm

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Salute to Glen Campbell with Jeff Dayton • 7:30pm

Northfield Public Library Bring books and puzzles your family is done with and pick out books and puzzles other families are done with in a fun community atmosphere. For each book you bring, you may take a book. For each puzzle, one puzzle. Items must be in good condition and puzzles complete. Northfield VFW

Trainwreck Duet • 6-9pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls An acoustic duo that can wreck any song you throw at them. They entertain the audience with crazy banter and great music. Acoustic with a kick. High 48s • 7pm

Stoney End Music Loft, Red Wing Since forming in 2006, The High 48s have been making music that combines the soulful sound of classic bluegrass with a modern attitude, original songs and a wide range of influences far beyond Bill Monroe, the Stanley Brothers, and Flatt and Scruggs. In a genre created and dominated by artists from the South, The High 48s were born and raised in the Upper Midwest. And in a music scene where playing standards is the norm, The High 48s are a band of songwriters who perform their own material in addition to “festival favorites.” Tickets: $18, available at 877/866-3936.

Imminent Brewing, Northfield Griswold presents bone-shakin’ voodoo grooves, keeping your toes tappin’ and hands clappin’ all night long. His brand of footstompin’ folk-rock pays tribute to the Delta blues with a side order of thistle and shamrock. Expect a repertoire of classic covers, reinvented traditionals and well-crafted originals. Crossings at Carnegie, Zumbrota This show, filled with Glen Campbell’s hits, is led by his former right-hand man Jeff Dayton. Dayton calls on fellow tour alumni and together they share the joys, fun and stories behind the songs and an intimate reflection on the pain of losing an artist. Since Campbell’s Alzheimer’s diagnosis and recent passing there has been a demand for his music to still be heard. Dayton has been answering that call with Remembering Glen Campbell. From the White House to the Grand Ole Opry, Jeff Dayton has been playing guitar and performing all his life. He’s a Nashville producer and writer. His roots in Minnesota and years in Arizona earned him the job of Campbell’s bandleader. He also found time to back artists including Vince Gill, Willie Nelson, Toby Keith, Buck Owens, Tracy Byrd, Bo Diddley, Dizzy Gillespie, Gene Autry and Mac Davis. He’s toured with megastars Kenny Chesney, Lee Greenwood, Sarah Darling, Tammy Cochran and others. Tickets: $28 advance, $32 at the door, available at Crossings, crossingsatcarnegie.com or 507/732-7616.

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HAPPENINGS Saturday, March 24, continued Theater: Hairspray The Musical • 7:30pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center See theater page. Old Country Boys • 8pm

Channel Inn, Warsaw This show is a benefit for wounded veterans. Support our veterans and hear some classic country music. Jeff Ray • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Immensely talented singer/songwriter blues artist Jeff Ray performs regularly throughout North America and Europe and has shared the stage with the likes of Chris Smither, Justin Townes Earle, Spider John Koerner, Pat Donohue, Retribution Gospel Choir, Dawes, Charlie Parr and James Hunter. Martin Devaney • 8-11pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Dubbed “the Mayor of St. Paul” by friends and compatriots in the Twin Cities music scene, Martin Devaney is a classically trained musician and renowned singer-songwriter with six albums to his credit, each garnering more and more praise from critics and fans. His latest release, House of Rust, puts him on the brink of national stardom. He has been described as “a charming, bushy-haired, sweet-voiced tunesmith” by No Depression magazine and has become known for his poetic, yet unpretentious songs and inspired live performances. Devaney has shared the stage with Andrew Bird, Mason Jennings, The Jayhawks, Semisonic, Soul Asylum, Billy Bragg, Evan Dando, Damien Jurado, Rhett Miller, Mike Doughty, Mary Lou Lord, The Roots, Southern Culture on the Skids, Richard Buckner and more. SUNDAY, MARCH 25 Matt Browne • 1-4pm

Cannon River Winery, Cannon Falls An acoustic cover artist who injects an organic sound into some of today’s most popular music. Theater: Hairspray The Musical • 2pm

Lakeville Area Arts Center See theater page. Nikki Walsh • 3-6pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co, Northfield Nikki Walsh combines the vocal precision of jazz singing with the warmth and intimacy of folk. Sunday Jazz Jam • 4-5:30pm

Hot Spot Music Studio, Northfield Open to musicians of all ages and abilities, this jam is a perfect way to run through standard charts in a low-key, laid-back setting. Charts will be provided for everyone to follow along. It’s a spiritual experience. More at hotspotmusic.org.

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Live Jazz with TLA • 5-8pm

Imminent Brewing, Northfield The combination of three top-tier Twin Cities jazz players. Bassist Kevin Clements taught jazz bass at Carleton College for years when he wasn’t flying as a commercial pilot or gigging with folks like Rosemary Clooney, Robert Goulet or any number of Twin Cities jazz greats. Likewise drummer Eric Hanson has been a mainstay in the Twin Cities jazz scene for decades. Dave Hagedorn is among the most in-demand vibraphone players in the country, having played with some of the most prestigious musicians and organizations in music from Brian Setzer and Phil Hey to the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra and The Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Trivia 4 Charity • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield General knowledge with a twist. $1/person entry fee is matched by the Cow with all money donated to a local charity (chosen and changed monthly). Receipts posted in pub or online. This month’s chosen charity is the Northfield Historical Society. MONDAY, MARCH 26 Bingo • 7pm

Carbone’s, Northfield Cribbage Tourney • 7pm

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Tavern Lounge, Northfield Bring your instrument or your dancing shoes. Beginners, experts, musicians and listeners are all welcome – the more, the merrier. Contact Reid at henderswood@gmail.com for more info. Northern Roots Session • 7:30-9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield An informal weekly gathering of musicians to play acoustic music with roots in the north, particularly the Nordic countries. Participants and listeners of all ages and levels of experience are welcome. TUESDAY, MARCH 27 Spring Break at the Library: Art Afternoon • 2-4pm

Northfield Public Library Drop in and make art with Bridget from the Northfield Arts Guild. Community Café • 5-6pm

Cathedral of Our Merciful Saviour, Faribault Come for a hearty meal, no matter what your circumstances, for companionship, to volunteer and to build community. Meals are served unless weather forces schools to close. Look for the “welcome” sign at the entrance. Building community a meal at a time. The Thinking Politician • 7-8pm

HideAway Coffee House and Wine Bar, Northfield A new discussion group that meets to debate and discuss political topics and current events. Free to join and inclusive of all political leanings. Variety of political viewpoints are encouraged. Hosted by Bruce Morlan and Amber Myskewitz.

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HAPPENINGS Tuesday, March 27, continued Acoustic Jam Session • 8-10pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Every Tuesday night show up with your unplugged instrument of choice and jam – or just show up and listen. Open Mic Night • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield An evening dedicated to showcasing new local talent. Everyone is welcome to participate. Trivia Tuesday • 8-9:30pm

Tanzenwald Brewing Co., Northfield WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28 Spring Break at the Library: National Eagle Center • 2pm

Northfield Public Library Learn all about eagle biology, ecology and natural history – and meet a live eagle ambassador. Soapbox • 6-7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Politics & a Pint • 7pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield Join in on discussions concerning local issues at this “lightly moderated” open forum. For topics, go to contentedcow.com. Texas Hold ‘Em • 7pm check in, 7:30pm start

Froggy Bottoms River Pub, Northfield Dan O & Doc A • 9-11:30pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield THURSDAY, MARCH 29 Commanders Coffee • 10am

Northfield VFW Have coffee with some of the bravest veterans of foreign wars. Public welcome. Bar Bingo • 6pm

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Tavern Lounge, Northfield Hot Date is Nora O’Brien and Eric Carranza, who say “Hot Date is for lovers... be a lover.” The duo creates songs that are warm and intimate, but also edgy and playful. Based in St. Paul, the indie pop duo makes its Tavern debut in support of their third recording, Spaces, a hypnotic conceptual release that explores places we inhabit and different versions of ourselves. More at hotdate.us and hotdate.bandcamp.com. Cowaroke • 9pm

The Contented Cow, Northfield DJ • 9pm-1am

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MGM Wine & Spirits, Dundas Featuring wines from Spain. Touring the northern coast of Spain, you will be tasting wines across the Spanish Pyrenees mountains. Free and open to anyone over 21. Bar Bingo • 7pm

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The Contented Cow, Northfield An Oregon native studying English and music at Carleton presenting covers of folk and alternative-folk from some of her muses including Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Carole King and Dawes, plus her own folk-inspired original songs. Ben Cook-Feltz • 8-11pm

Tavern Lounge, Northfield Ben Cook-Feltz returns in support of his critically acclaimed CD release, She Doesn’t Believe Me, featured on 89.3 The Current and locally on KYMN Radio. A consummate entertainer, Cook-Feltz’s musical stylings call to mind artists like Paul Simon, Billy Joel and Ben Folds.

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Buckham Memorial Library, Faribault Edible depictions of literary subjects. Entries will be submitted by 12pm with the contest hallway closed for judging 12-1:30pm, followed by public viewing and voting for the People’s Choice Award 1:30-3pm. Bar Bingo • 3pm

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March 2018 Entertainment Guide  

An array of happenings for the month of March in and around several southern Minnesota communities including music, arts, theater, food and...

March 2018 Entertainment Guide  

An array of happenings for the month of March in and around several southern Minnesota communities including music, arts, theater, food and...