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Hot Reads for Cold Nights returns to the Northfield Public Library this winter. During the cold, snowy months of January and February, curl up and read some books and win prizes at the library! Join the library Hot Reads program starting Monday, January 7, and read for prizes until Friday, March 1.
Countering Conflict with Your Heart: Creating peace in Relationshipsis program being offered for Northfield area residents by John Owens, Certified Life Coach. The program will be eight sessions held every other Thursday from 7 to 9 PM (venue in Northfield TBD) beginning January 17 from 7 to 9 PM, and running alternate weeks through April 25. Cost is a voluntary donation; the benefits are priceless.
This course is for anyone wanting to improve relations with family members, coworkers or others in their lives. More information and can be obtained on the website WWW.MooseHeartCoaching.com/events where you can also register for the program or direct questions to John.
The Northfield Arts Guild Theater proudly presents two one-act plays, Yiddish Cowboys and Cabin 12, in An Evening of One-Act Plays. An exciting world premiere, Larry Greenstein’s Yiddish Cowboys takes place in Poland in 1939, where townspeople of Villeker are excited to have a real Hollywood western filmed in their village. Cabin 12, written by John Bishop, is a powerful story of a father and son who must find a way to communicate in their time of grief and transform their pain into love.
Carleton College to Host Screening of the Groundbreaking Oscar-Nominated Documentary Film, “The Invisible War”
Start: Feb 12 2013 7:00 pm
Carleton College’s Gender and Sexuality Center will host a public screening of the Oscar-nominated documentary film, “The Invisible War,” on Tuesday, Feb. 12 at 7 p.m. in the Weitz Center for Creativity Cinema. This groundbreaking investigative film uncovers the prevalence of sexual assault within the U.S. military. This event is free and open to the public.
“The Invisible War” was recently nominated for Best Documentary Feature at the 2013 Academy Awards; it premiered last year at the Sundance Film Festival, where it received the U.S. Documentary Audience Award. The film looks at the epidemic of rape within the military—a female U.S. soldier in a combat zone is more likely to be raped by a fellow soldier than killed by enemy fire. The Department of Defense estimates there were a staggering 19,000 violent sex crimes in the military in 2010.