By N3 Entertainment Team
Don’t you love the name?
This will be a madcap performance blending some nifty acrobatics with a double dose of humor tossed in.
We watched their America’s Got Talent audition recently, an impressive display of,...well… talent of course that drew raves from none other than Howard Stern.
Without knowing quite what to expect, this seemingly outrageous twosome looks to be fun, funny and fantastic delivering a show that will appeal to anyone who enjoys superior showmanship and a good time.
Friday night (thats tonight for our timely readers) 7:30pm. See the ad on our home page for more details.
Tickets are just 15 bucks unless you’re 18 and under, because those folks can slide in for a mere fiver!
We’re assuming you might have hit an arts and craft show recently. From all accounts the Jingle Mingle drew some serious numbers once again and similar events across the landscape likely saw their share of shopper as well.It’s always kind of the first salvo fired in the local holiday shopping season when these opportunities begin to pop up.
Now get ready for the next step in the rapid climb culminating in a crescendo of Christmas week panic those last few days before the 25th.
The much heralded Artists Market opens Saturday at 10a.m at NCCA-Artsplace in downtown Fremont.
If you have been here before when the gallery is transformed into a magical merchandising marvel with the substantial array of artistic goods spreading across a variety of genres…...well then I’m preaching to the choir.
But if you’ve never been and you want to find that truly unique item?
Here’s your place.
And speaking of choirs….. the newly named River Country Community Christmas Choir (or RC4 perhaps?) wants to add your voice to the mix for their annual concert coming December 10. From what we hear these are cool people who welcome anyone wanting to contribute to the seasonal sounds that will serve to celebrate the birth of Christ. Interested? Need a little more info? Call 231.652.6500
It’s coming on T-Day. That means shopping for the Big Meal will be at the top of the To-Do list for many of us. It’s a rite eternally attached to the holiday, finding yourself a few days earlier ensconced into the produce section of the local food store wondering where in the world all these people came from. Running into friends and neighbors, old classmates, former co-workers and nearly everyone else who lives in the area all looking to fill the larders with goods for the upcoming gastronomical gala. It’s like an impromptu reunion sometimes.
So here’s a bit of a plug. Next Saturday is Small Business Saturday right? This post-Black Friday (a day that has unfortunately crept well into Thursday in recent years) initiative shines a little light on shopping small which means much of that shopping would likely be local thus strengthening our community in more ways than one can possibly imagine.
When it comes to getting your grocery grub, your ‘feast fixins’ as it were, make a visit to one of our smaller local markets if you’re not already in the habit of doing so. I know the Mega Stores and warehouse type places out there have great deals on stuff particularly this time of year. However please consider the upside of saving on gas, gaining more time (a commodity we all crave), and avoiding temper taunting traffic since vehicular aggression seems to peak during pre-holiday periods.
We have a flock of fine local/regional markets in our midst and whether you might be a Newaygoite, Fremontonian, Crotonaire, White Cloudian,or of the Grantish folk there’s a food market nearby that will fulfill or supplement the culinary requirements for a finely set table.
Besides you just might run into that old acquaintance you nearly forgot.
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