Northfield area village events

January 16, 2015 - accent chair

The “What’s Going On?” calendar appears in The Northfield News on Wednesdays and Saturdays. Calendar equipment are open to a public. Deadline for a Wednesday book is noon Monday, and noon Thursday for a Saturday edition. To submit, email editassist@northfieldnews.com or use a “submit news” form on NorthfieldNews.com.

Saturday, Jan. 17

Red Cross Blood Drive — 8 a.m., Free, Northfield Eagles Club, 304 Water St. South The American Red Cross encourages authorised blood donors to start a lifesaving robe by apropos a unchanging blood donor this year.

Al-Anon Steps and Tools Group — 8 a.m., Free, Alano Club Faribault, 217 Central ave. New comers welcome. Meeting takes place in a behind room.

Chicken Sale — 9 a.m., Contact bkell@mainstreetproject.org for orders, Main Street Project Office, 105 E. 4th Street, Suite 213 $3.19/lb for 10 or more, $3.29/lb for 9 or less. To sequence chickens are sole by pre-orders only.

WINGS Annual Meeting — 9:30 a.m., Free, Viking Theater, St. Olaf College, 1520 St Olaf Ave Northfield cycling fan Lin Bruce will be a featured speaker.

Alice@Wonderland — 7:30 p.m., $10, Northfield Arts Guild Theater, 411 W. Third Street Yukich’s take on a angel story shows immature Alice as a complicated lady full with dungeon phone before to her outing down a rabbit hole. All tickets are $10 and can be purchased online during www.northfieldartsguild.org and during a box bureau one hour before to curtain.

Relativity — 8 p.m., Free, The Tavern Lounge, 212 Division St. Relativity presents song from renouned artists such as Missy Higgins and a Avett Brothers as good as many classical stone tunes from bands like Fleetwood Mac and John Mellencamp to such sundry artists as a Indigo Girls, Damien Rice and Sarah McLachlan. Sit behind and suffer energy harmonies by twin sisters Linda Wilson and Sandy Jensen (who also adds mandolin, harmonica and percussion) and plain guitar and bluesy vocals by Toby Jensen.

Sunday, Jan. 18

Omelet Breakfast — 8:30 a.m., Price during Door, Northfield Eagles Club, 304 Water St. South Funds go towards village projects.

Alice@Wonderland — 2 p.m., $10, Northfield Arts Guild Theater, 411 W. Third Street Yukich’s take on a angel story shows immature Alice as a complicated lady full with dungeon phone before to her outing down a rabbit hole. All tickets are $10 and can be purchased online during www.northfieldartsguild.org and during a box bureau one hour before to curtain. ASL will be available.

Nicola Melville Performance — 3 p.m., Free, Carleton College, 1 N. College St. Acclaimed composer and pianist Nicola Melville’s opening will embody an heterogeneous brew of aged and new compositions.

Conversations during The Cow — 5:30 p.m., Free, The Contented Cow, 302B Division Street South Conversations during a Cow is a infrequent though orderly array of monthly events centered on good discussions. We occupy a rotating array of formats, starting with a monthly pot-luck of topics, followed by dual topic-specific evenings, and finishing with a play night, when we will simply have a good time.

Quiz Night — 8 p.m., Free, The Contented Cow, 302B Division Street South Come on down to Quiz Night during The Contented Cow! Bring your mind and some friends for a good time!

Monday, Jan. 19

1st Annual MLK Breakfast — 8 a.m., $10, The Coffee Shop Chocolate Haven, 313 Central Avenue N Sponsored by a Faribault Diversity Coalition. Everyone is welcome. Keynoter will be a chair of a house for Faribault Public Schools. Cost of a breakfast is $10. Call Sambath Ouk during 507-271-0404 or email during samouk01@gmail.com for tickets.

The Villages Lunch, Exercise and Activity Program — 9 a.m., Free, Villages of Lonsdale, NE Birch Street Weekly module for seniors 55 and older. Lunch: noon to 1 p.m. Monday by Friday. Exercise: 9 a.m. Monday by Friday. Walking group: 9:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday during a entrance. Blood vigour clinic: 1 p.m. each third Wednesday.

Red Cross Blood Drive — 1 p.m., Free, Church of St. Dominic, 216 Spring St. N The American Red Cross encourages authorised blood donors to start a lifesaving robe by apropos a unchanging blood donor this year, starting with National Blood Donor Month in January.

Paper Crafting Group — 1:30 p.m., $2, Northfield Senior Center, 1651 Jefferson Parkway Explore crafting techniques and move your possess work for show, from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. a initial and third Monday of a month during a Northfield Senior Center. Cost: $1 concession for room use, $1-$2 supply price might be charged. For some-more information, check a Program Guide on a Senior Center Website, or call 664-3700.

Cribbage Tournament — 7 p.m., Free, Northfield VFW Post 4393, 516 Division Street Cribbage Tournament each Monday night during Northfield VFW Post 4393. All are welcome!

Bingo — 7 p.m., Free, Carbone’s Northfield, 620 South Water Street Join us each Monday for Progressive BINGO during 7pm! Help support a Northfield Hockey Association.

Northern Roots Session — 7:30 p.m., Free, The Contented Cow, 302B Division Street South Join us for roots song tonight during The Contended Cow, a Northfield, MN pub with a British accent!

“Botanical Transience:” An Installation of Ceramic Art — All Day, Free, Northfield Arts Guild , 304 Division St.

Tuesday, Jan. 20

Shattuck-St. Mary’s Dome Open — 5 a.m., Free, Shattuck, 1000 Shumway Ave. Open to runners and walkers.

Sertoma Club — 7 a.m., Free, Truckers Inn , 2519 Lyndale Ave. N. Sertoma meeting.

The Villages Lunch, Exercise and Activity Program — 9 a.m., Free, Villages of Lonsdale, NE Birch Street Weekly module for seniors 55 and older. Lunch: noon to 1 p.m. Monday by Friday. Exercise: 9 a.m. Monday by Friday. Walking group: 9:30 a.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday during a entrance. Blood vigour clinic: 1 p.m. each third Wednesday.

Red Cross Blood Drive — 1 p.m., Free, Church of St. Dominic, 216 Spring St. N The American Red Cross encourages authorised blood donors to start a lifesaving robe by apropos a unchanging blood donor this year, starting with National Blood Donor Month in January.

Northfield Community Toastmasters — 6:30 p.m., Free, Lower turn of Cram Chiropractic, 158 N. Water Street Twice monthly meeting.

Support Group for Families of Those with Mental Illness — 7 p.m., Free, Northfield Community Resource Center, 1651 Jefferson Parkway .

Euchre Night — 7 p.m., Free, Morristown American Legion, 101 W. Main St. Euchre during a Morristown Legion. 7 p.m. No partner needed.

Acoustic Jam — 7:30 p.m., Free, a Contented Cow, 302B Division Street South Don’t skip a weekly acoustic jam, tonight during The Contented Cow.

“Botanical Transience:” An Installation of Ceramic Art — All Day, Free, Northfield Arts Guild , 304 Division St. The Northfield Arts Guild Gallery is vehement to benefaction a work of Juliane Shibata, an endowment wining ceramic artist.

Wednesday, Jan. 21

Cannon River Woodcarvers Meeting — 7 p.m., Free, Ivan Whillock Studio, 122 First Ave. N.E. Call 339-0336 with questions.

Traditional Irish Wind-Powered Music Session — 7 p.m., Free, J. Grundy’s Rueb ‘N’ Stein, 503 Division Street Players and listeners welcome.

Chance Meetings — 7:30 p.m., Free, The Contented Cow, 302B Division Street South Come out to The Contented Cow tonight for Chance Meetings!

Moove It! — 10 p.m., Free, The Contented Cow, 302B Division Street South Come out to The Contented Cow tonight and Moove It!

“Botanical Transience:” An Installation of Ceramic Art — All Day, Free, Northfield Arts Guild , 304 Division St.

Thursday, Jan. 22

Ian Thomas Alexy — 8 p.m., Free, The Tavern Lounge, 212 Division St. Ian Thomas Alexy earnings to a Lounge as partial of mini-tour (Minneapolis, Northfield Duluth) in support of his critically-acclaimed CD release, ‘Born on a Day of a Dead.’ Known for both his work as a solo artist, and with a national-touring Americana roots twin Hobo Nephews of Uncle Frank, this outlines a renouned artist’s eighth recover given relocating to Minnesota and starting CIC Records in 2004 with his hermit and bandmate, Teague Alexy.

“Botanical Transience:” An Installation of Ceramic Art — All Day, Free, Northfield Arts Guild , 304 Division St.

Friday, Jan. 23

Wild Scenic Film Festival — 6 p.m., $10-$15. $10 for students/seniors and CRWP members, $15 for all others, Paradise Center for a Arts, 321 Central Ave. Join a Cannon River Watershed Partnership (CRWP) for a Wild Scenic Film Festival On Tour that focuses on films that pronounce to environmental concerns and celebrations of a planet. Concessions will be accessible for squeeze as good as doorway prizes.

Lonesome Dan Kase — 8 p.m., Free, The Tavern Lounge, 212 Division St. For a final 15 years, Lonesome Dan Kase has been personification his singular code of country-blues on stages via a U.S. His live performances showcase both his singular finger-picking character and comfortable vocals as good as his abyss of believe in a story of a blues

Saturday, Jan. 24

Old Soul — 8 p.m., Free, The Tavern Lounge, 212 Division St. Old Soul is Savanna D’Amico on vocals, Peter Berge on guitar and subsidy vocals, and Ron Alvarado on Congas, and other tiny percussion.

River Mill Band — 8:30 p.m., Free, Pub 31, 31 3rd Street NE A multiple of newgrass and folk with abounding outspoken harmonies desirous by a accumulation of artists and genres.

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