I questioned if this actually was a blizzard.
I turned on the radio. And I heard the bulletins of cancellations. Then the announcement that UND would shut at midday. Metropolis workplaces have been closing at 2 p.m.
Mom Nature, as soon as once more, had taken over. It does not matter that the calendar says Dec. 21 is the primary day of winter.
Life goes on
Snow and wind swallows us up. We must be leery. However life goes on. There’s rock and roll Christmas music at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday on the Ramada. It is sponsored by the Grand Forks County Historic Society that includes Kenny and the Classics.
Joanna Pearson is lining up a bus journey to St. Cloud for UND hockey video games there this weekend. She’s serving to her father, Al Pearson, keep it up the custom he began forty three years in the past. Those that have an interest can attain her at (701) 388-9825 or take a look at the small print at email@example.com.
Music of Christmas
The start of Creation was celebrated in church buildings of the world Sunday. Calvary Lutheran Church was crammed to listen to the normal 94th annual Christmas musicale introduced by Thursday Music Membership.
As darkness gathered and candles flickered, native musicians carried out. Amongst them was Ian Sherwood with a vocal solo singing “Chestnuts Roasting on an Open Hearth.” And the viewers went away with a sense of pleasure after the duet “O Holy Night time” by Sydney and Kirsten Warcup. They have been accompanied by their grandmother, Devera Warcup.
Winter Wonderland 2017 on Friday night featured the UND Live performance Choir with the magic of music. With it, a candlelight dinner within the Gorecki Alumni Middle. The closing processional with “Silent Night time” despatched the viewers on their approach with pleasure of the approaching Christmas.