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Perham's 'Chocolate Day' finale features desserts, live music Feb. 9

This group of jazz musicians from Minnesota and North Dakota are living proof that cold nights can be a great time for some hot jazz. Their concert at the ITOW Veterans Museum on February 9 will feature Dixieland jazz by some of the finest musici...

This group of jazz musicians from Minnesota and North Dakota are living proof that cold nights can be a great time for some hot jazz.

Their concert at the ITOW Veterans Museum on February 9 will feature Dixieland jazz by some of the finest musicians in the area. Ministry of Jazz includes Kathie Brekke on vocals and keyboards, John Pederson on trumpet, Ed Christianson on trombone, Harley Sommerfeld on saxophone, Kent Karch on bass and Joe Riewer on drums.

The concert will begin at 8:00, February 9, at the ITOW Veterans Museum, 805 West Main, Perham.

Tickets are $10 in advance or $12 at the door and will include a scrumptious array of chocolate desserts, a tasteful homage to Perham's 2nd annual Chocolate Saturday.

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