A Literary Sort of Weekend

whistling wings.jpgThis weekend’s events strike me as a rather literary mix.

Friday, September 26th, there’s a lecture, “Preserving Culture: Evolving Traditions and Outside Influences Facing the Ecuadorian Amazon”, 4:30 to 5:30 p.m., in the Gould Library at Carleton College, by Joseph Molinarc, professor of art at Eastern Kentucky University, Kids Night at the YMCA, 6 to 9 p.m., in the Armory, 519 Division Street, a Book-signing and Discussion: Northfield Reads, “Riding Shotgun: Women Write About Their Mothers”, 7 p.m., Boliou 104 at Carleton College, a Guest Recital, Spencer Meyer, Christiansen Hall of Music, at St. Olaf College, Aaron Kaufman, 7 to 9 p.m., at Hogan Brothers Acoustic Cafe, 415 Division Street and local favorites The Last Known Whereabouts, at The Contented Cow, 302B Division Street.

Saturday, September 27th, there’s a Coffee Tasting, 9 a.m., at Just Food Co-op, 516 South Water Street, a Book Release Party, noon, at River City Books, 306 Division Street, for Laura Goering’s “Whistling Wings”, a new children’s book, Norman’s favorite, The Eggmen, are at The Contented Cow, 302B Division Street, and Joey Heinz is at the Tavern Lounge, in the backside of The Archer House, a historic river inn located at 212 Division Street.

Sunday, September 28th, it’s all about The Cow, with Policy and a Pint at 6 p.m. and Northern Roots Session at 7:30 p.m.

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  1. This just in from Dean Kjerland:

    Northfield Artist Mark Daehlin will be at his easel at ArtOnWater Gallery on Saturday, September 27 from 3-8 pm. His work is in exhibition through October 11th.

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