Working for the Weekend

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TRI-CITIES, Neb. -- As we're working for the weekend, here are some events you can check out.

What: Chestnut Corner Bazaar
When: Saturday, November 12 from 8 A.M. to 1 P.M.
Where: Faith Lutheran Church, 837 N Chestnut Ave
Details: Baked Goods, Crafts, Cookie Walk, Homemade Pies, Jelly, Candy, Christmas Once Again' room (gently used Christmas items). 8:00-11:00 Coffee and Rolls. Lunch 11:30-1:00 - Pulled Pork, Baked Potato, Homemade pie. Proceeds go to the Hastings Salvation Army

What: Tinsel Town Market
When: Friday, November 11 from 5 to 9 P.M., Saturday, November 12 from 11 A.M. to 2 P.M.
Where: Northshore Assembly God, 100 W 33rd St
Details: If you plan to attend, you can enjoy some shopping at more than 50 booths. Some items being sold include country furniture, wreaths, pies, jewelry and much more. The money raised helps support North Shore's Women's Ministry. Some of the things it goes toward are lost baby boxes, building churches in Africa, helping those who are victims of sex trafficking and as well as local needs.

What: Voices from the Past: Neighborhood Grocery Stores
When: Sunday, November 13 starting at 2 P.M.
Where: Burlington State, 6th and Plum Streets
Details: George Ayoub will be the speaker at the Hall County Historical Society, Voices from the Past on Sunday, November 13, 2016. The program will be at the Burlington Station, 6th and Plum Streets in Grand Island, at 2:00 p.m. The program is free for members of HCHS and $5 for non-members. The public is invited to attend. Ayoub will be telling of the history 'Neighborhood Grocey Stores in Grand Island.' At one time there was a small store within walking distance of nearly every home. Now they are a thing of the past. George has done research on the number of stores, what they meant to the community and what is lost because they have gone out of existence. He will be telling this story. The public is invited to come out and to share their memories of small neighborhood grocery stores.

What: 2016 Winter Boutique
When: Saturday, November 12 from 9 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Where: Zion Lutheran School, 1635 Worms Road, St. Libory
Details: This is our 3rd annual event! Free Admission!!! 55 Local Nebraska Vendors, Crafters and Foodies come together and present a day full of fun, chatting, shopping, and refreshments.

What: Short Cuts: Paper Cutting Workshop
When: Saturday, November 12 from 11:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.
Where: Museum of Nebraska Art
Details: Sandra Williams, an Associate Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, is showing her current artwork in MONA's Mujeres exhibition. This beginner-level workshop introduces participants to basic paper cutting techniques by exploring how diverse and expressive paper can be once it is cut. Using themes of nature and storytelling, participants are guided through the creation of images using simple materials and tools. Participants learn Scherenschnitte, a technique of traditional paper cutting with scissors. The class then transitions to a more complex image exploring the possibility of merging image with text. All materials are provided, however, please bring your own reference images, photos, books, or a Pinterest board, making sure they are large enough to draw from. Age: 18+. Cost: $40 (MONA members), $50 (non-members). Fees are non-refundable after classes begin.

What: Saints, Soldiers and Spies: Women and War
When: Sunday, November 13 at 2:30 P.M.
Where: Wood River High School Theater, 13800 W Wood River Road, Wood River
Details: Celebrate Wood River Performing Arts Series will host Pippa White, a professional storyteller whose productions are "part theatre, part storytelling, part history". We are eager to welcome back Pippa for a new performance honoring female veterans. Hear the experiences from "saints, soldiers and spies", proof that women in war have never been only on the sidelines. All Celebrate Wood River productions are open to the public and FREE. A free-will offering will be accepted.