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This year the Casanova Haunted Caves will return to provide spooky thrills using the theme Camping Gone Wrong. Helping Paws and the Saint Croix Rowing Club are also working the event and all of the funds raised will go to these two organizations. The Haunted Caves will be open Oct. 24, 25 and 26 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Family friendly day is Oct. 27 when it will be open from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. The caves will have more lights on and be a bit less spooky for the youngsters. It will also be open Thursday, Oct. 31, and Friday, Nov. 1 from 6 p.m.
This witty wonder may be for you My literary almanac tells me that on this day in 1854, Oscar O’Flahertie Fingal Wills Wilde was born in Dublin, Ireland. Wilde, once the toast of venues as varied as London, England and Deadwood, S.D.
The River Falls Journal and Hudson Star Observer are seeking community event submissions as soon as possible for the Holiday Season. Whether it's Halloween, Thanksgiving, winter solstice, Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanzaa, Boxing Day or New Year's -- if you're having an event and the public is invited we'd like to hear about it. Submissions should include all vital information such as what, when, where, and contact information. Final inclusion subject to editorial guidelines.
The Hudson Raider Cheer & Stunt Team, together with the Varsity Football Team, will be going door-to-door in the Hudson area Saturday, Oct. 12 collecting change to help in the fight against breast cancer. The teams will also be collecting change at the featured PINK OUT-Penny Run Varsity football game, Friday, Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at Newton Field. The event will will be the Raiders last home game of the season. All proceeds will go to the American Cancer Society
One Accord is coming to Christ Center Assembly, 810 Northview Dr., Sunday, Oct 13, at 10 a.m. From national television appearances to small intimate coffee house performances, One Accord (OA) leaves listeners wanting more. From Minneapolis-based North Central University, OA is the University’s premiere performance touring group. Composed of current students under the direction of singer/songwriter David J. Pedde, the group combines the unique styles of the singer/songwriter and its members.
Ron Rhode will perform “A Century of Theater Organ” on the Wurlitzer theater pipe organ on Saturday, Oct. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at The Phipps Center for the Arts in Hudson. The acclaimed organist will cover a wide spectrum of music from the vintage theater organ era of the teens, ‘20s, ‘30s, and ‘40s in the first half.
Eighteen women participated in the National Rifle Association’s “Women on Target” program and completed the required events at the Hudson Rod, Gun & Archery Club on Saturday Sept.
It’s commonplace for Minnesota readers to get together and talk about the state’s greatest novelists. Sinclair Lewis and F. Scott Fitzgerald are generally recalled in one breath. Younger folks will of course remember Louise Erdrich, Jon Hassler and Tim O’Brien. Seldom, in my experience, has the name J.F. Powers popped up in this or that pantheon of gopher novelists.
Trinity Academy eighth-graders received a visit from State Rep. Dean Knudson during a “See you at the Pole” event on Sept. 27. Participants included, front from left, Emily Thorsheim, Rep. Knudson, Taylor Hermansen, Elizabeth Hamill, Gabrielle Nelsen and Maddie Ridgway; back, Sarah Grezek, Caitlyn Thompson, Mianda Busby, Gretchen Hunt and Wade Cudd.
I’m thinking, I’m thinking too much about age these days but what the heck. Every time I have to search for reading glasses to read a label and find them perched on my head, pick a place to sit based on the difficulty of getting back on my feet once I sit down and treat TUMS like dessert after eating just about anything, what am I supposed to obsess about? So I’ve decided I need to take different approach. Take for example my colonoscopy my last week. I checked with my doctor and she said it was time again. Oh joy.