Let’s Call Thursday Night the Beginning of the Weekend

IanAlexy.jpg…after all, it’s when those wild and crazy historic preservationists are going to start showing up.

There’s a pre-conference reception (September 18th) at the Northfield Historical Society, 408 Division Street, welcoming the folks attending the statewide Historic Preservation Conference, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., and Hayes Scriven tells me that there’s free wine and cheese.

Speaking of free wine and cheese, there’s also ChARTdonnay Thursday, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. at ArtOnWater Gallery, 217 South Water Street. Come check out the work of Mark Daehlin and Ingrid Bjerstedt Rogers.

And speaking of yet more free wine and cheese, finally, there’s the Northfield Liquor Store Wine Club, 7 to 9 p.m., at the Grand Event Center, 316 Washington Street. In addition to the samples of fine wines, there’ll be baguettes from Brick Oven Bakery and cheese from Just Food Co-op.

Oh, and Ian Alexy is playing at The Tavern Lounge, river side of the Historic Archer House, 212 Division Street.

Friday (September 19th), Bonnie and the Clydes are playing at The Contented Cow, 302 Division Street, from 8 to 11 p.m., and Cam Waters is playing at The Tavern Lounge and then on Saturday (September 20th), Christina and Peter at playing at The Contented Cow, 7 p.m., Chad Johnson is playing at Froggy Bottoms, 9 p.m., and Relativity is playing at The Tavern Lounge.

Also on Saturday, there’s an Opening Reception at the Carleton College Art Gallery for “World Ceramics: Transforming Women’s Traditions”, from 8 to 10 p.m. “Science, Art and the Imagination” continues at the Flaten Art Museum on the St. Olaf Campus.

…and if those wild and crazy preservationists are still around on Sunday night, they can join in “Politics and a Pint” at The Cow.

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