Alli (neugotik) wrote,

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a week in the life..

my social week forecast:

Monday: worked, met my co-release manager (who lives on the West Coast, in Seattle, but flies each week, this week to MN) -- I might sew & do some laundry tonight; I'm antsy.
Tuesday: more work ; after work kids & kids' stuff -- cleaning in the evening most likely
Wednesday: meet my boss's boss who'll be in town for the day ~ remember to dress even nicer then usual for work(!) She'll be flying in from the East Coast - Then, maybe rollerskating that night with the girls - ktig mentioned it & it sounds like lots of fun - from ~ 6:30 to 8pm, so if the kids are up to it (& if I am!)
Thursday: work & then work more until Midnight (Nov. minor release night) - working from home, course, after 5pm - la.
Friday: work, and then sleep early; big weekend (ok; I'll probably clean in prep for the party; heh) the likelyhood of me finishing the house cleaning before Friday? "chances slight" ha.

Saturday: 10am @ Calhoun square "brew ha ha" goes until 2pm - as mentioned by davedash sounds awesome - woot. (Buy icecream -- ) and Then (Nap w/kids) THEN: Bakin' with mrsmodew & aelburr (I Hope!!) I have to bake a cake (or cupicakes, either one)... that night, with or without company! heh. Cupcakes are more fun to decorate & easier to serve to kids, and have plenty left for the adults, too... - so I'm leaning thataway, actually.
Sunday: Athena's little birthday party - you're welcome to come if you would like - it'll be at 11am at our house ~ go for 2-3 hours depending on what the kids are up for. --- Sunday afternoon? Nap, I hope! *grin*

Current Events at Calhoun Square

17th Annual Coffee Festival
Saturday, November 18
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
$9 admission*

The 17th Annual Coffee Festival provides a day filled with the joys of fresh coffee and social gathering for a good cause in Calhoun Square. Sample a variety of coffees, teas and sweet treats while supporting Clare Housing
Partners in AIDS Care.

Below is a list of event details from coffee vendors and pie demonstrations to art displays and social areas.

# Coffee Vendors Steaming up Calhoun Square with fresh-roasted aromas, coffee and tea vendors will be offering samples of their unique brews. Kim Ode, author of “Baking with the St. Paul Bread Club”, will be one of four celebrity barista assisting attendees in getting their hands on a fresh cup of coffee. Over 20 coffe, tea and food vendors will set up shop in Calhoun Square, look for a list of vendors on November 1st.

# Dessert Vendors: A good cup of coffee can be complimented by a tasty treat. A variety of local vendors will sample some of their best desserts, look for a list of this year's vendors on November 1st.

# Pie and Coffee Stage: Not only will attendees be able to enjoy dessert with their coffee, they will also have an opportunity to learn how to create sweet scents in their own kitchen. A new addition to Coffee Festival, the Pie and Coffee Stage will feature baking demonstrations from local chefs and authors who have received national recognition.

# John Michael Lerma, local chef and cook book author of “Garden County”, will review how to make the perfect piecrust.
# Marjorie Johnson, Minnesota State Fair blue ribbon baking champion, will feature seasonal pie fillings.
# Rose McGee, owner of Deep Roots Gourmet Desserts, will be sampling her famous sweet potato pies.
# Anne Dimock, author of “Humble Pie: Musings on what lies beneath the crust”, will incorporate highlights of her book. She will also provide a demonstration on how to make the “easiest apple pie in the world.”
# Valorie Arrowsmith, coordinator of the annual Braham Pie Days, will bring more insight on the culture of pie.
* Authors will also be selling and signing their featured books.

11:00 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. John Michael Lerma
11:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m. Anne Dimock
12:00 p.m. – 12:15 p.m. Rose McGee
12:30 p.m. – 12:45 p.m. Marjorie Johnson
1:00 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. Kim Ode
1:30 p.m. – 1:45 p.m. Valorie Arrowsmith
1:45 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. Group Wrap

# Comedy Sportz
Calhoun Square’s improvisational comedy theater, Comedy Sportz, will be getting caffeinated for Coffee Festival with four shows of coffee-related comedy. Show schedule:
10:40 a.m. – 11 a.m.
11:30 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.
12:15 p.m. – 12:35 p.m.
1 p.m. – 1:20 p.m.
* attendance to Comedy Sportz is included in the $9 admission fee.

# Coffee Art Exhibition
Students from the University of Minnesota’s Art Attack, Field Middle School and Southwest High School will all display their artistic renditions of coffee’s aroma and taste.

*Admission includes specially designed Coffee Festival mug and all-day pass to access each vendor and Coffee Festival attractions
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