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We R Able guests experienced an energetic and enthusiastic performance when the Lake Country Cloggers demonstrated clogging through the Arts RX Concert series held at the North Country Coffee shop in North Branch. Members of the dance group arrived and exchanged day shoes and work boots for white cl...Read More
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Audience members could clap, sing-along, whistle, and enjoy the music when local musician Nancy Conger performed at the January Arts RX concert in North Branch at the North Country Coffee shop Jan. 22. When people arrived, We R Able Coordinator Valorie Arrowsmith asked them to indicate how they felt...Read More
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It was a night of old time music where visitors really felt like clapping their hands when the Fiddle Sisters, Jane and Nancy Conger, performed at the Historic Grant House in Rush City Jan. 12. The musicians even invited the audience to make the sound like a chicken, or shout out “Ha, ha, ha, Whad...Read More
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A new venture was offered through We R Able programming in January. Following the first Thursday movie at the North Branch Theater, a group met at North Country Coffee in the mall to discuss the movie they had just viewed. The event was called “Movie Critic’s Lunch.” To start the discussion, s...Read More
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Rudolph and Mrs. Claus, of the North Pole, and Jenni Thyng, of North Branch, all performed at the December Mystery Monday Concert at the Historic Grant House in Rush City. The evening was filled with vocal music, an invitation to sing-along, a few riddles, knock-knock jokes, and a Swedish quiz focus...Read More
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Local musician, teacher talks about career, battle with MS When Troy Heling thinks about how he got his start in music, he remembers he’s always been intrinsically interested in sound. (As a boy) I would make up songs and sing,” Heling, of Rush City, recalled. “Some of my earliest memories wer...Read More
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