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PAGE 8 October 20;2016 Available at FRENCH LAKE SCSU Music to perform Halloween concert forkids Children in costume and their families are invited to a "Halloween Spooktacular" con- cert 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, in Ritsche Auditorium, Stewart Hall, St. Cloud State University. Performing will be the Wind Ensemble and Campus Band. Pre-concert activities begin at 5:30 p.m. in the lobby. Volunteers will demonstrate musical instru- ments, give out Halloween treats and play games. The children's portion of the concert, which is about 30 min- utes, will include music by pop artist Adele, selections from video games and Disney movie music. After a brief intermission, the EVAL Book Notes by Sandy Millerbernd & Sue Shell heart-warming stories and unfor- A column about your Eden Valley gettable characters. Luckily, we Area Library have them all at the library. "binge-red (binj-red) - the red- Sharon Simmons is a big fan of Wind Ensemble will performson you haven't eaten, bathed, "The All Souls Trilogy," written by selections from its upcoming tour, slept, or absorbed sunlight in the Deborah Harkness. According to including H. Owen Reed's "La twenty-four hours following the Goodreads, "The All Souls Trilogy Fiesta Mexicana" and the "Second release of the conclusion of your follows the story of Diana Bishop, Suite in F" by Gustav Holst. favorite series." EpicReads.com. a historian and reluctant witch, as The concert will be streamed We've all heard about binge she solves the mystery ofAshmole live at http://scsu.mn/2d7QPgp, watching, sitting down to watch 782, falls in love with a myste- Wind Ensemble is a select every episode of a favorite TV rious vampire named Matthew group of 40 musicians. Campus series. Going down a different ave- Clairmont, and learns how pow- Band is about 40 musicians from nue, consider binge reading- read erful it can be to accept who you campus and the St. Cloud area. every book from a favorite author are." Start with "A Discovery of Catherine Bushman, assistant or series. There are so many good Witches," and go from there. professor of music, will conduct, ones out there. If history is your thing, there Admission is free, but dona- Meet Canadian author Louise can be no better book than tions will be accepted. Parking is Penny who writes a mystery series Nancy Turner's "These is my $1.50 in the 4th Avenue Parking featuring Chief Inspector Armand Words: The Diary of Sarah Agnes Ramp. Gamache of the Surete du Quebec. Prine." Written in diary format, For more information call (320) The books are centered around it takes place in the late 1800s in 308-3223. the small Canadian village of the Arizona Territory, and in the Three Pines and offer a delight- words of Amazon, it is "a moving, ful glimpse of its quirky residents, exciting, and heartfelt American "You don't have to read these nov- saga inspired by the author's els in order, but I recommend it: own family memoirs." With three you'll miss the richness of her plot books in the series, it leaves the lines and characters if you jump reader ready for more. I know It's EASY to renew in midstream." writes blogger The Sandy is more than ready to start Modern Mrs. Darcy. After reading the sequel, "Sarah's Quilt." or subscribe! "Still Life," be prepared to binge. That's it for the month. Make By mail, IJhone, This series is one of Sue's favorites, sure you stop by the library to Both Sandy and Sue spent a bit pick up one of the books listed. fax, weD, or of time binge reading the author, LIKE us on Facebook and SHARE e-mail. Fredrik Beckman. A Swedish col- our posts. Check out our web- umnist, blogger and writer, he has site at http://eva122-org.doodle (See order form written three novels with a novella kit.corn~, to find out about our let- on page 24.) due out this month. Read "A Man est program offerings or follow us Called dye, My Grandmother on Pinterest. We can't even believe Asked Me to Tell You She's Sorry," how tech-savvy we have become - or "Britt-Marie Was Here," for just don't mention Twitter. KIMBALL CHIROPRACTIC Monday- Thursday 8:30 AM - 4:00 PM Friday 8:30 AM - 6:00 PM Salarday 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM What we give our community at The Farmers State Bank, www.fsbwatkins.com 170 Meeker Ave N Watkins, MN 55389 320-764-2600 'Drinking Habits' at GNTC Great Northern Theatre Company m~kes you laugh again! "Drinking Habits" Dinner Theatre in November. For its 25th year of produc- ing great community theatre, the Great Northern Theatre Company is producing another winner of a dinner theatre. "Drinking Habits," by Tom Smith, is the story of two sisters of the Order of Perpetual Sewing. As their convent strug- gles financially, they resort to making and selling wine "on the side." Lo and behold, two under- cover reporters who were once engaged to each other, arrive hot on their trail. They go undercover as a nun and priest, but their pres- ence, combined with the addi- tion of a new nun, spurs paranoia throughout the convent that spies have been sent from Rome to shut them down. Wine and secrets are inevitably spilled as everyone tries the role of Sister Augusta. to preserve the convent and recon- Mitchell Hurrle, South Haven/ nect with lost loves. Kimball area, who was the awe- Imagine the hilarity and chica- some donkey in Shrek, now gets nery and the laughs you will have, to be the character George in this after your sumptuous meal. play. Directed by Amy Hunter of Cory Quinn, Waite Park, whom Richmond, other cast mem- you may remember as the fathe~ bers include Karla Reichel as ogre from Shrek not only per- Mother Superior. Those who have forms but is building the set and attended previous GNTC perfor- is a board member ofGNTC. Linda mances may remember Karla as Gustafson of St. Cloud rounds out Sister Amnesia from the Nunsense the cast as Sister Philamena. series of plays. She will not disap- The dinner theatre will be held pointyouthisyearinhernewrole! at the Great Blue Heron in Cold Lauren Rieffer, Cold Spring, joins Spring. Dinner choices are Pork us on stage as Sally, in her first Medallions or Boursin Chicken. fall show; she is a veteran of many Vegetarian and gluten free options summer GNTC performances, are available upon request. having been on stage since she Show dates are Thursday- wasveryyoung. Sunday, Nov. 10-13, with Nov. 13 Rockville is contributing two being a matinee. Also Thursday- actors, Brad Busse as Father Saturday, Nov. 17-19. Show times Chenille and Maggie Molitor as are Social 5:30, Dinner 6:30, Show Sister MaryCatherine. 7:30. Matinee is Social 12 p.m., AnitaReberofSt.JosephreturnsDinner 1 p.m., Show2 p.m. to GNTC after she and her family Call (320) 241-GNTC to orde~ were involved in the production of tickets, or visit the website www. Shrek, the Musical. Now she fills gntcl.corn. I H JOIN OUR TEAM! ' AARON LAABS q ANTHONY I~IABS Be Our ts'e t.s Watkins Chiropractic Clinic Dn $. Gar~Verbovanec INATHAN MCCANN RYAN MCCANN 320-764-3000 All)AM l llS ..... I t65 Central Ave. N. 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