A nice crowd showed up for a magic show performance by Tim Freeland on Dec 28th, 2012 at noon. There was a free will offering to benefit the Northfield Food Shelf and the Feed My Starving Children hunger relief programs.
Thanks to all of those who could make it today despite the snowy weather. Together we collected enough money to feed over 2000 meals to those starving in third world countries and donated to to local food shelf that supplies nourishing meals to 475 local families on a regular basis.Read More
Looking for a fun activity for the kids over Christmas break? Come to Bethel Lutheran Church on Friday, December 28, at noon for a Sleight of Hand/Magic Tricks show. Invite your friends, neighbors, and all those relatives who are still hanging around after Christmas! A free will donation will be taken. All proceeds will be donated to Feed My Starving Children and the Northfield Food Shelf.
I will be perform dozens of close up magic illusions that take place right in the hands in and in the face of all spectators. And if you ask, I just may reveal some of the secrets from the video below!
This event is open to the public!Read More
About six months ago, I came up with an idea based on the Dear Photograph site, which superimposes old photos over current times, with the old photo held up in reference and the hand seen in the final product. I submitted a photo of myself mowing the yard when I was in 7th grade over that old home now. The basic idea behind the project is that you take a historical photograph and overlay it on a present day view. I showed Hayes Scriven of the NHS some of the stills around town that I had started to shoot and he decided to create a video utilizing various historical photos framed over modern day Northfield . With some artistic direction from Adam Gurno we came up with this. We hope you enjoy!
Following is a gallery of “animated gif” images, which is a mini-program that runs 2 images alternating on top of each other. I’ve tried to take a photo of the Cannon River from the same locations that I shot last year at this time when were having a “century-flood”. We are currently under a drought with very low river levels.
Warning: Do not look at these if you have epilepsy. (and please LIKE if you like)
I grew up listening to John Gordon call play-by-play on the radio for my baseball team. I really started listening in 1987 through this year, which is almost 25 years of broadcasting. At 162 games a year, not counting extra innings or innings that he sat out, he was in the press box for some 36,450 innings! WOW! And I’d bet I listened to half of those.
Now working for KYMN Radio in Northfield, a Minnesota Twins affiliate, I can say worked with John, in a round-about way.
Last night John called an exciting “walk-off” win by the Twins in their last game of the season, keeping them from the undesirable mark of 100 loses. I hit record on my computer and grabbed his final sign off in the post game, saying goodbye to us for the last time!
Listen to that audio here! (under 2 minutes)Read More