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The North Shore Care Center is delighted to offer a special evening of music with The Sivertones tonight, February 14, beginning at 5:30 p.m. The Sivertones will bring their eclectic mix of blues and jazz to the Care Center in a Valentine’s Day celebration.
Additional live music in February will be presented by the award-winning Portage band, Al Fuller, Susan Scherer, Myron Bursheim, and Harris Mills. The Care Center has become a venue for great music over the years. We thank everyone who contributes to the music and dancing scene—especially during these winter months to beat “cabin fever.”
For more information about activity programs or volunteer opportunities, please contact the Activity Department at 218.387.3518 or visit: www.nshorehospital.com.
The Thompson Brothers comedy tour will be making a stop February 15-16 at the Harbor Light in Grand Marais,. Shannon and Tommy Thompson are brothers, comedians and anyone who has seen them on tour agrees, hiliarious.
Shannon is the older brother, and started in comedy shortly before Tommy. His humor is dark, real and extremely funny. Tommy’s act is personal, playful and down right hysterical.
The brothers will be performing two shows, Friday and Saturday night. Showtime is 9:00 p.m. both nights.
Call the Harbor Light for reservations (218) 387-1142.
If you are looking for something special to do on the weekend following Valentine’s Day, consider joining the Sugarbush Trail Association for its Candlelight Ski and Snowshoe Hike on Saturday, February 16, 2013 from 6 – 8 p.m.
Meet at the Oberg Mountain trailhead and ski or hike on candle-lit trails through the beautiful Superior National Forest. Join the fun around the bonfire with hot chocolate and treats provided by area resorts.
Organizers say, “With the fresh, recent snowfall, we should have great skiing.”
For more information, visit www.sugarbushtrail.org.
Cook County/Silver Bay took fifth in the Minnesota State Alpine Ski Meet yesterday at Giants Ridge in Biwabik.
Anders Zimmer led the way for Cook County/Silver Bay, finishing 17th in a total time of 1:19.49.
Also finishing for the North Shore team were Luke Fenwick in 38th and Will Lamb in 43rd. Logan Backstrom came in 51st, Colin Berglund finished in 65th and Kyle Martinson was 78th.
The Blake School from Minneapolis won the boys meet with 169 points with Stillwater Area in second, Orono in third and Eden Prairie in fourth. Cook County/Silver Bay’s fifth place came on a 124-point performance.
The other team results show Edina finishing sixth, East Ridge of Woodbury in seventh and Hermantown in eighth.
The girls meet was won by Minnetonka followed by The Blake School, Minneapolis Southwest, Mankato West, Mounds View, Stillwater Area, Duluth East and Bloomington Jefferson.
There is nothing more fun on a cold winter night than gathering the family together to play some games. Gene’s Foods in Grand Marais is promoting family game nights with a series of drawings each Saturday for the next three weeks, starting February 16.
Two winners each week in each category—ages 3-5, 6-8 and 9 – up—will win a brand new board game. There are new games like Blockers, Scribblish, Hoopla, and Cranium and old favorites like Candy Land, Monopoly, Scrabble, Life and many more.
In addition to the game, they will win pop and popcorn—an instant family game night!
Stop by the store and enter the drawing today to see if you will be a lucky winner!
Arrowhead Electric Cooperative, General Manager Jeanne Muntean has resigned after over 31 years with the organization.
Muntean started at Arrowhead as a receptionist in 1981 and became General Manager in 2010.
The Board of Directors has not named a successor or interim manager at this time.