Arts & Entertainment

Scout & Morgan Books in Cambridge is excited to host a special dinner event at the North Folk Winery with international psychological suspense author Brian Freeman. The event is from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, July 31, at North Folk Winery in Harris. Tickets may be purchased at either Scout & Morgan Books in Cambridge or North [...]

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It starts with death. Leonard Self struggles with a promise he made to his late wife. Somehow between thoughts of Jesus and the drive, he travels from the Rockies to Monument Road in California. Author, Charlie Quimby, breaths emotion into his first novel “Monument Road.” The story follows Leonard and other characters through different perspectives [...]

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Cambridge Lutheran Church is pleased to host the Vikarbyn Lilla Spelmanslag from Vikabyn, Sweden, a small village very near Cambridge’s Sister City, Rättvik, Sweden. Director, Margaretha Mattson brought a similar group to Cambridge for the 2006 Swedish Festival. Organizers are excited to welcome this year’s group back to Cambridge. The public is welcome to attend [...]

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‘Beauty is in the eye of the beholder’ – a new exhibition features the work of Marilyn Taus, locally and nationally known artist A retrospective art show to honor the life of a woman who influenced art both locally and nationally will come to the Cambridge Center for the Arts. Marilyn Taus, who died in [...]

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On Sunday, June 15, at 9:30 a.m. at Calvary Ev. Lutheran Church of Rush Point, the Trackside Bluegrass Gospel Band will provide the music at worship. Trackside was formed in 2011 and its members include Renee, David and Tyra Anderson and Brynna Hanson. This family (yes they are all related) now plays Sunday morning services [...]

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