“I was playing in a band called Rebound in Zumbro Falls in the 1990s. Two exotic dancers showed up that night, and they were the only ones in the bar. One of the girls began practicing her trade to the music we were playing. The funniest part was our guitarist’s reaction.”
The Bazaar is all about local and hand-made items and will feature 35 unique artists and artisans.
Art heals. So does nature. Just ask Sandy Hokanson, artist and organizer of Sunday’s Quarry Hill Nature Art show and sale. The show will run on both Saturday and Sunday of this week – head to Quarry Hill’s website for a full schedule.
If you like family time, shopping, meeting entrepreneurs, or eating, then you’ll enjoy the Feast! Local Foods Marketplace festival, coming Sat., Dec. 3 to the Mayo Civic Center.
“We spent all morning getting a Killer Instinct running. Not because we know it’ll be profitable, just because it’s awesome.”
“When we started researching theater dates, December 3 was the only thing available,” says Daniel. “You can’t really do a fall show December 3, so we rubbed our heads together a while and decided to go ahead and go for Nutcracker.”
Want to have your own Nerf battle? Here are a few tips from the Lee Conflict of October.