70's dance band Earth Wind and Todd at the Legion tonight 8:30-12:00

Celebrate the 4th in style tonight at your local American Legion with your favorite local '70's dance band Earth Wind and Todd. The costumes and disco ball will be there, and plenty of good cheer, so come celebrate good times and independence with your favorite band of groovy rebels. Earth Wind and Todd are John Varga, John Mianowski, Todd Miller, and Amy Brooks Varga. Cheers!



CONTACT: Amanda
DATE: 07/04/2015 11:32am

Gypsy Jazz Guitarist Sam Miltich with Sky Blue Quartet 7/11

Don't miss this excellent, upbeat jazz concert and dance next Saturday at the Arrowhead Center for the Arts:

Sam Miltich with Sky Blue Jazz Quartet

Sat. July 11 - 7:30 PM

Arrowhead Center for the Arts - 51 West 5th Street (east end of Sawtooth School/YMCA complex)

A night of swinging Gypsy jazz with virtuoso guitarist Sam Miltich (of Clearwater Hot Club), backed by Cook County's own amazing Sky Blue Quartet (Mike DeBevec, Erik Hahn, Mike Roth, and Brett Jones). There will be room to dance!

Tickets $15 adults, $5 youth - for sale at door, or in advance (no fees) at www.tix.com (search "Arrowhead Center for the Arts")

For more event details, and descriptions of NSMA events for the rest of the 2015 season, please visit http://www.northshoremusicassociation.com/

** A note about parking:  Parking for North Shore Music Association concerts this summer has been moved to the back school lot, by the playground (entrance at 1st Ave. East and 5th St.). The loading lot directly behind the ACA building is for handicapped parking only (the back doors will be unlocked for those who park there).  All non-handicapped concert-goers, please park in the larger back lot, follow the walkway that winds around to the front of the building, and use the ACA’s main entrance.
Thank you!**



CONTACT: North Shore Music Association
PHONE: 218-387-1272
DATE: 07/04/2015 11:11am

WTIP Weekend News Roundup for July 4

Sat, 07/04/2015 - 10:36am
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Each week the WTIP News Department reviews the major stories of the past five days. Canada increases Lake Superior protections, an environmental group wants the MPCA out of mine regulation, and the PolyMet environment document is challenged…all this and more in the week’s news.

Listen: 
Program: 

Great Gifts Open 9-8 Happy 4th

Great Gifts as out side  t-shirt and sweatshirt specials! 

 Open today 9-8

Sunday 9-6 open

Monday through Friday 9-7 

Lutsen MM 55612

218-663-7680



CONTACT: Emily
PHONE: 218-663-7680
DATE: 07/04/2015 10:27am

TONIGHT! SplinterTones FREE CONCERT on the GM harbor

SplinterTones perform tonight from 7 - 10 in Bear Tree (Harbor) Park in downtown Grand Marais.  Bring a chair, your dancing shoes, the kids, and enjoy a beautiful evening on the bay.  Stay for the fireworks!

SplinterTones are a high-octane, 7-piece band based in Grand Marais, Minnesota on the north shore of Lake Superior. The ensemble plays an uppity blend of hep and snappy tunes in a unique and unmistakable style. Noted for their vibrant vocal harmonies, colorful stage presence and strong rhythmic grooves, SplinterTones crowd the dance floor with legions of enthusiastic dancers.  

 

SplinterTones perform at music festivals, wedding dances, town halls, clubs, parties and celebrations throughout the region.  

SplinterTones are:  Max Bichel - Fiddle, Liz Sivertson - Saxophone, Leah Thomas - Accordion, John Gruber - Guitar, Holly Harwig - Percussion, Jeff DeShaw - Bass, Rick Brandenburg - Drums.

SplinterTones are on Facebook and YouTube. An archived television performance is available on "The PlayList", WDSE TV, Duluth.

Bookings:  218-387-1840 (Max), leaht@boreal.org (Leah), Big Swamp Productions, 153 Pike Lake Road, Grand Marais, MN 55604



CONTACT: leah Thomas
PHONE: 218-387-9709
DATE: 07/04/2015 10:24am

Loon's Nest - OPEN

YES, THE LOON'S NEST IS OPEN ON THE 4TH.  ENJOY THE DRIVE UP THE GUNFLINT TRAIL & STOP IN TO SEE SOME AWESOME HANDMADE ITEMS BY LOCAL ARTISTS.  



CONTACT: Darlene
PHONE: 218-388-9973
DATE: 07/04/2015 10:20am