Listen Fridays at 9:00am (replayed on Saturday at 12:00 Noon) to Paula Granquist on ArtZany! – Radio for the Imagination
Today in the ArtZany! Radio studio Paula Granquist celebrates the holiday season with stories from the Northfield Winter Walk, Riverwalk Market Fair, TORCH, and the Northfield Arts Guild Theater.
Click here to listen to the show! ArtZany! – Radio for the Imagination 12/06/13
First, ArtZany! Radio features Jennifer Wolcott from the Riverwalk Market Fair and Beth Berry, Northfield High School TORCH (Tackling Obstacles, Raising College Hopes) coordinator to tell us about their special events on the night of Winter Walk in downtown Northfield.
Riverwalk Market Fair at Winter Walk
Over 25 favorite Riverwalk artists and food artisans will be at the Northfield Armory (519 Division Street) on the night of Northfield’s Annual Winter Walk Celebration, Thursday, December 12, from 5 to 9 pm. Look for baked goods, honey, soap, jams & jellies, pickles, paintings, photographs, glass art, wooden bowls, ceramic pottery, and jewelry.
Northfield 15th Annual Winter Walk
Thursday, 12 December 2013
4PM – 9PM on Division Street
Come experience downtown Northfield by candlelight. Stroll through our unique shops, dine at fine restaurants, and enjoy caroling, horse-drawn wagon rides, reindeer, members of the James Gang, visits with Santa, storytelling, luminaries, decorated storefronts, the annual Christmas tree lighting and more.
Hosted by the Northfield Area Chamber of Commerce
Then next Paula Granquist welcomes into the ArtZany! Radio Studio director Susan Carlson and actor Paul Hager who plays the lead role of Sheridan Whiteside in the holiday production of The Man Who Came to Dinner from the Northfield Arts Guild Theater.
The Man Who Came to Dinner
By Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman
Directed by Susan Carlson
DATES: Three weekends – Friday, Saturday evenings and Sunday afternoons
December 6, 7, 13, 14, 20, 21 at 7:30pm
December 8, 15 and 22 at 2:00pm
Having dined at the home of the Stanley family, Sheridan Whiteside breaks a hip as he is leaving and ends up staying for six weeks! The zany antics that ensue as a result of Whiteside’s confinement in the Stanley home will have the audience in stitches! Kaufman and Hart were one of the great comedy writing duos on Broadway and prove it in this delightful farce. Recommended age is 10 years and up.
Sponsor: Wells Fargo