Bring a chair! Bring the kids! Wear your dancing shoes! Stay for the fireworks!
Harbor Park FREE CONCERT. Sat., July 4, 7 - 10.
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), email@example.com (Leah), Big Swamp Productions, 153 Pike Lake Road, Grand Marais, MN 55604
CONTACT: Leah Thomas
DATE: 07/01/2015 01:47pm
The Truck Farmer, in addition to great lettuce and spinach, now has fresh from the garden herbs ! We have curley parsley, steiva, sage, flat leaf italian parsley and dill. The Truck Farmer......1/3 of the way up the hill from Dockside.
CONTACT: kim knutson
DATE: 07/01/2015 01:01pm
Appetizer~Chicken Wings with Buffalo Blue Cheese Sauce
Served during lunch & dinner as well as in The Crooked Lookout Rooftop Bar! Enjoy some yummy wings, a cold brew and a beautiful harbor view!!
Lunch Wed-Mon 11:00-3:00
Dinner Wed-Mon 4:30-8:00
The Crooked Lookout Hours
Wed-Fri & Sun-Mon 4:30-CL
Saturday, July 4th 12:00-CL
As the result of a mission trip to Haiti earlier this year, local residents are being asked to donate their gently used shoes to those in need.
“The children would say, ‘I need a shoe,’ meaning they needed shoes,” recalled Gloria Johnson, who went on the trip and visited the Fountain of Christ School in Pignon.
Johnson further explained: “They have to wear shoes and socks to school so their moms make them take off their good things, and so most of the time they are barefooted.”
So, said Johnson, she decided to conduct a shoe drive when she arrived back home.
Gently used shoes for boys and girls – tennis shoes, dress shoes, sandals, etc. – from age 3 up to sixth grade are being collected at drop-off sites at IGA, the North Shore Federal Credit Union and Cornerstone Church until July 11.
For more information contact Johnson at (218) 388-9454.
This local news is provided by Cook County News-Herald. Visit the community newspaper at www.cookcountynews-herald.com
We are looking for a full time, year round cook......Must have reliable transportation, cooking experience, great references and be interested in year round work. Must be a team player.
We are open for breakfast, lunch, Happy Hour and dinner all year long.
If you are interested and would like more information about this position, please give me a call.
Cascade Lodge and Restaurant
3719 W. Highway 61, Lutsen
CONTACT: Maureen O'Phelan
DATE: 07/01/2015 12:34pm