The Excelsior Farmers Market and the Arboretum are teaming up for an indoor winter market, 10 a.m.-1 p.m., Saturday, Nov. 29 in the Arboretum's Oswald Visitor Center. Shoppers can choose from locally produced food items and gifts, such as meats, cheeses, honey, coffee, baked goods, soaps and jewelry.
When cuddled, easy-going Kami tends to flop in your arms and goes limp. She is outgoing, quiet, and very friendly. She gets along with respectful toddlers, most cats, and hasn't met dogs. Kami will let you put her on your lap. She likes petting, brushing, being picked up, and carried. This tabby/Siamese mix, born around May 2012, was found and never claimed.
The live Poinsettia Tree is up at the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum. More than 500 white and red poinsettias are arranged on a tree-shaped structure soaring to the rafters of the Visitor Center and topped by a stunning glass star created by sculptor Craig Mitchell Smith.
What better place for a retired theater professor and director to retire than in the Twin Cities, famous for its thriving professional theater community? For Larry J. Evans and his wife Linda, joining his daughter and her family in Chaska in 2004 has enabled him to continue his lifelong love of theater, music and entertainment.