Northfielders in the 300 block of Central Ave. in downtown Faribault

John Metzke and Maggie O'Dell the Cheese Cave in downtown Faribault the Cheese Cave in downtown Faribault
Every time Robbie and I pay a visit to the Cheese Cave in downtown Faribault, we run into Northfielders. Last Saturday, it was John Metzke and Maggie O’Dell, shopping the retail section of the store and having wine with dinner, just like us.

Ryan Heinritz, Executive Director of the Paradise Center for the Arts Paradise Center for the Arts Paradise Center for the Arts
Stepping outside, there was Northfielder Ryan Heinritz, Executive Director of the Paradise Center for the Arts, (follow them on their blog, on Facebook and Twitter) welcoming patrons for the evening’s comedy show. Tomorrow, Saturday May 7th, is their Second Annual, Big Hats and Big Hearts Annual Auction for the Arts and Kentucky Derby Party.

Milltown Cycles, Faribault Ben Witt
Then we made our way a few doors from the Paradise to Milltown Cycles, owned by Northfielder Ben Witt, where we dropped off our daughter’s recumbent bicycle (a tricked out Rans Rocket) for a tune-up.

2 thoughts on “Northfielders in the 300 block of Central Ave. in downtown Faribault”

  1. And let’s not forget the fabulous new Thai restaurant “First of Thai” in the strip mall where Haskell’s is located in Faribault. Every visit there I have greeted happy Northfield diners.

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