‘Slow show’ on Lake Como
Dancer/choreographer Dimitri Chamblas’ Slow Show is a 20-minute collective dance whose visible repercussions are minute, precise, and concentrated. In this iteration at Como Lake (1360 Lexington Parkway North) on Feb. 5 at 1 p.m. and 2 p.m., 50 local participants will respond to their immediate environment on a frozen Como Lake. There will be real-time sound accompaniment made of samples, live electronics, and guitar by artist Eddie Ruscha.
The event is part of the Great Northern Festival. The Great Northern celebrates cold, creative winters through 10 days of diverse programming that invigorate mind and body. More at thegreatnorthernfestival.com.
The Midway Project is back for weekly distribution events every Wednesday at Hancock Recreation Center from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Beginning January 19, the plan was to transition from curbside service to a walk-in shopping experience. For everyone’s safety, masking indoors will be required. Shopping in shifts will take place to limit the number of people inside at any one time.
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MOBILE MARKET STOPS
The Twin Cities Mobile Market stops at the Hamline Hi-Rise (777 N. Hamline Ave.) the second Tuesday of every month from 12:30-1:30 p.m. Twin Cities Mobile Market is a program of The Food Group.
Anyone can shop on the Twin Cities Mobile Market bus for groceries. This nonprofit grocery store on a bus conveniently brings affordable and fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy, grains and other high-quality groceries directly into neighborhoods and specifies areas that don’t have easy access to full-service supermarkets, grocery stores, or food shelves.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, staff of The Twin Cities Mobile Market will fulfill orders for all customers. How it works: You receive a list of the inventory, TCMM staff take your payment and fill your order. Please wear a mask.
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