Radio Free Space Presents Community Celebration Of Place Radio Hour Sunday November 11th

Tune into WDRT-91.9 Driftless Community Radio at 12pm on Sunday Nov. 11 when Radio Free Space takes you to Cashton, Wisconsin for a very special Birthday Celebration honoring Marian Sullivan Schultz as she turns 104 years old. Join singer and songwriter Larry Long, Master Storyteller Tom Thibodeau, Teacher Tara Schmitz and her 8th grade servant leadership class as they weave together true community in honoring this strong woman and Driftless elder. You can also

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Larry Long’s American Roots Revue Back at Dakota Jazz Club November 18th

This November the revue returns to its roots with powerhouse vocalist and 2017-2018 McKnight Artist Fellow Tonia Hughes; J.D. Steele (eldest sibling of ‘The Steeles’), the “Pavarotti of Gospel” Robert Robinson, acclaimed songwriter and front man for the Honeydogs Adam Levy with troubadour and community builder Larry Long.

All backed by a superlative all-star band, which includes Billy Steele (Keyboards), Joe Savage (Pedal Steel), Yonathan Bekure(Bass) and Kenyari Jackson (Drums).

This must-see bill will make you feel like you’re going to a revival inside the intimate nightclub that is the Dakota.

When: Saturday, Nov 18, 2017   Time: 7:00pm & 9 PM   Tickets: BOX OFFICE 612-332-5299

Dakota Jazz Club & Restaurant • 1010 Nicollet Avenue • Minneapolis, MN 55403 • 612-332-1010

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No One Can Keep A Good Woman Down (Honoring Marian Sullivan Schwarz)

Larry Long will be performing his new song “No One Can Keep a Good Woman Down” with 8th Grade Leadership students in honor of Mrs. Marian Sullivan Schwarz’s on her 104th Birthday at the Cashton Community Hall on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM.

This performance is part of a Cashton Community Celebration where students will also be reciting select words shared by Mrs. Schwarz about Mrs. Marian Sullivan Schwarz’s life.  She will also be presented with a framed copy of the song lyrics and photo put together by her great grandson, Aiden Cook.

About Mrs. Marian Sullivan Schwarz:  Mrs. Marian Sullivan Schwarz grew up in Lyon’s Valley with her five sisters.  During that time she grew to be a strong woman full of moxey and hope.  

 In 1933, Marian received her first teaching job at Clements School in Portland, WI.  For over 40 years she worked in the field of education in either a teacher or principal role.  Her love of children and respect for the field has continued to this day.  

 While teaching, Marian raised four children, milked cows, took care of a home, and attended college to earn her bachelor’s and master’s degrees.  Many challenges faced her along the way such as WWII, Women’s Rights, and the day-to-day doings of a mother and a wife.  Through it all she remained strong and driven.  That drive is evident to this day as she reaches a new milestone in her life.  

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