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FEBRUARY

January through May:

Learn to Speak Mandarin Chinese: Hope Lutheran Church,16898 Michael Ave, Hastings, will be offering free Mandarin Chinese classes taught by native Mandarin speaker Suchen "Janice" Boudreau. By the end of the spring sessions learners will have a basic understanding of Chinese Mandarin and make conversations for useful situations from real life scenarios. Visit hopeofhastings.com to register for this free course.

Tuesday evening classes will begin Tuesday January 15th and continue through May 7th

Thursday evening classes will begin Thursday January 17th and continue through May 9th.

K-1st grade (Tuesdays 5:00pm-5:30pm)

2nd-4th Grade (Tuesdays 5:45-6:15pm)

5th-7th Grade (Thursdays 5:30pm-6:00pm)

8th Grade-Adult (Thursdays 6:15pm-7pm)

Ongoing:

Greeter at LeDuc Historic Estate: The Dakota County Historical Society needs volunteer greeters at the LeDuc Historic Estate. House Hosts are individuals who enjoy interacting with the public, and are willing to keep up-to-date with LeDuc events. House Hosts are key players in an enjoyable guest experience at the site. Applicants must be at least 16 years old and comfortable with greeting and chatting with people. For complete details, click the link that follows.

Through March:

Donate Warm Clothing: The cold, expected to continue all this week, will be felt by all , but especially by those who may spend more time outside due to homelessness. Hastings Family Service accepts donations of clean winter coats in all sizes, with extra-large mens coats always in short supply. Men's winter boots and winter gloves are always needed as well. If you have a coat that is not being worn and could benefit someone this winter, please drop it off at Hastings Family Service during business hours to provide some extra warmth to a neighbor in need.

February 20:

One Watershed, One Plan for Cannon River Open House: The draft of the One Watershed, One Plan for the Cannon River is now available for public review on the Dakota County Soil and Water Conservation District website, and an open house for the plan is set for Wednesday, February 20th, from 6 to 8 PM, at South Central College, 1225, 3rd Street, in Faribault. In 2016 planning partners joined together to submit an application to the Board of Water and Soil Resources to develop One Watershed, One Plan for the Cannon River Watershed. The goal of the plan is to align local water planning on major watershed boundaries with state strategies towards prioritized and targeted implementation plans, and measurable goals over the next 10 years. In August 2016, the Board of Water and Soil Resources selected the Cannon River as one of seven major watersheds across the state to receive a planning grant. The plan for the watershed includes portions of Dakota, Goodhue, Rice, Le Sueur, Waseca and Steele counties.

February 20:

River Valley Band Concert Has Been Cancelled Due to the Weather: Practice will begin again on March 27th. Held at 7 PM at the Hastings Middle School.

February 20:

Storytime for 2s-6s at the Library:Read, play, sing, talk and write together with stories and activities to develop early literacy skills for toddlers and preschoolers. Siblings welcome. Ages: 2-6. From 10:30am - 11:00am at the Pleasant Hill Library Temporary Location,1355 South Frontage Road, Suite 200

(Westview Shopping Mall)

February 21:

Community Ed Course on Retirement: On Thursday, February 21st, Hastings Community Education will have a presentation of Want to Retire Early But Don’t Know What to Do About Health Coverage? Scheduled from noon to 1 pm, at the Tilden Community Center. Previous class participants are welcomed back to repeat the session for free! For complete details, and to sign up visit Hastings CommunityEd.com.

February 21-24:

Seussical the Musical: The Prescott School District will present "Seussical: the Musical" at the Prescott Performing Arts Center, February 21st, through the 24th. Thursday and Friday at 7PM, and Saturday performances will be at 7:30 PM, and the Sunday show is at 2PM. Tickets are available at the door.

February 22:

Hastings Reads Family Fun Night: Member or not, bring your elementary children to the Hastings YMCA for pizza and fun family activities. A Hastings Reads event. Held at the Hastings YMCA, 85 Pleasant Dr., Hastings, Friday, Feb. 22, 6-7:30 p.m.

February 22:

Farmland Rent Workshops: This is a rescheduled event. The two Farmington Farmland Rent Workshops scheduled for Wednesday, February 20 at the Dakota County Extension & Conservation Center will be postponed to Friday, February 22 due to weather. The first session will start at 9:30 a.m., followed by an afternoon session starting at 1:30 p.m. For more information call the Farm Information Line 1-800-232-9077 or the Dakota County Extension Office at 651-480-7732 the day of workshop or Dave Bau at 507-360-0664, or by email at bauxx003@umn.edu.

February 23:

Animal Ark Volunteer Training: Animal Ark will hold volunteer training on Saturday, February 23rd, starting at 10 AM. This class is open to people who would like to spend timed interacting with adoptable dogs and cats, would like to participate in adoption events, transporting animals to appointments, or helping out with fundraising events. Animal Ark is located at 2600 Industrial Court, in Hastings. For questions, call 651-772-8983.

February 23:

Angie Craig Town Hall Meeting: U. S. Representative for Minnesota's 2nd District, Angie Craig, has scheduled a second town hall meeting for 2019, on Saturday, February 23rd. Craig will hold the Town Hall meeting at River Bluff Education Center in Red Wing. After hosting her first Town Hall in January covering topics ranging from health care costs to climate change, Rep. Craig looks forward to continuing the conversation on the issues facing the communities in the Second District. According to a press release, Craig has committed to conduct at least one town hall-style public meeting with a robust question and answer period at least once a month and will rotate the meetings throughout each county in the Second District.

February 23:

Border BINGO and Chicken Fry at Prescott American Legion:Border BINGO will take place on Saturday January 26th at the American Legion Post 61 at 710 Perl Street in Prescott. Doors open at 12:30 pm with play beginning at 1. All proceeds will go to the Prescott Food Pantry. Each BINGO Date also coincides with the Chicken Feed, hosed at the post with serving from 4:30 to 8:30.

February 23, March 9 and 23, April 6 and 27 and end of season on May 4.

February 23:

Amazing Birds Across the Globe: Visitors to the Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center in Prescott's Freedom Park will be treated to a new program, Amazing Birds Across the Globewhich will feature local birder J-Bird Sparrow's power point presentation of some of the most unique birds in the world as well as finding out more about where they live. Unusual, and often humorous, courtship rituals and displays of birds will also be included.The program will be offered from 11am until noon on Saturday, February 23rd. This is a free to attend event. The Great River Road Visitor & Learning Center is located at 200 Monroe St, Prescott WI 54021

February 23:

Operation 23 To Zero Community Open House: Operation 23 to Zero, a local organization dedicated to reducing the number of veteran suicides, will have a meet and greet at Tilion Brewing in Cannon Falls, on Saturday, February 23rd, from 5 to 9 PM. Tilion Brewing Company is located at 432 Mill Street West.

February 23:

PACT Music Event: The Prescott Area Arts Commitment Team announces the debut of Mark Stone Acoustic on Saturday, February 23rd, at Scab’s Place, located at 145 Broad Street North, in Prescott. Music played will include rock, country, Midwestern rock, & original tunes. The show begins at 8 PM, and runs until 11.

February 22-23:

The Scarlet Letter: For the second show of their 2018-2019 season, (lumin)theater lab presents The Scarlet Letter by Kelli Tatum, performing at Hastings City Hall. This adaptation by Hastings resident Kelli Tatum has been performed once locally at Park Square Theatre and (lumin)theater lab's production will incorporate some new ensemble-devised pieces to add to the story. Performances will be at 7 PM on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, February 8th, 9th, and 10th, 15th, 16th, and 17th, and Friday and Saturday, February 22nd and 23rd. Tickets are on a sliding scale between $11 and $49. Complete details at LuminTheaterLab.com

February 24:

Concert at First Presbyterian Church: First Presbyterian Church will be presenting its second concert in a four-part series at 3 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24. OVation Mixed Chorus will present a program of Broadway show tunes about love and romance. OVation is the portable version of One Voice Mixed Chorus, an ensemble of 12-15 singers, and Minnesota's only LGBTA chorus. A freewill offering will be taken to benefit local community organizations. Parking is available onsite and the church is handicap accessible. First Presbyterian Church is located at 602 Vermillion Street, in Hastings.

February 24:

Joan Hutton and Laura Caviani at the Hastings Arts Center: Don't miss this excellent pairing of musicans beginning at 3 PM. Ticket information posted later in January. Joan Hutton is an educator, performer and composer residing in Minneapolis and originally hailing from Toronto, Canada. She has been a member of the Ancia Saxophone Quartet since 1996, a group that performs and presents educational clinics nationally and internationally. Ancia is featured frequently on National Public Radio’s “Performance Today.” Joan plays saxophones and bass clarinet with the jazz-funk sextet Rare Medium, and composes many of their tunes. Her newest group, the Joan Hutton Jazz Project, was formed early in 2017 to feature her original compositions (www.joanhuttonjazz.com). Other performance activities over the years have included solo recitals, orchestral playing, pit orchestras, big bands, jazz combos and R&B/rock/blues bands. Joan holds music degrees from Ithaca College and the Eastman School of Music. She is the saxophone instructor at Augsburg University and has a large studio of private saxophone and clarinet students around the Twin Cities.

Laura Caviani is a veteran of over two decades of performing, recording and composing. She recently released two albums with her Minneapolis–based trio: Mysterious Thelonious and Confluence. The first celebrates jazz pianist and composer Thelonious Monk’s centennial, and is hailed by Britt Robson of the Minneapolis Star Tribune as “a masterful blend of… chordal complexity, innate sense of swing, and desire to live up to Monk’s intrepid spirit”. MNPost’s Pamela Espeland describes it as "a joyous romp". Andrea Canter, of The Jazz Police, says of “Confluence:” "Like the joining of the rivers, the individual artists intertwine musically such that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts-- a confluence of melody and harmony." Recent commissions include works for Vocal Essence and the Great River Chorale. She holds degrees from both Lawrence University and The University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. As a dedicated educator, she is the Director of the Jazz Area at Carleton College, where she directs the jazz ensemble, coaches chamber groups, and teaches jazz piano and improvisation. For more information, please visit: www.lauracaviani.com

February 23 and 24:

Masters of the Sky: Show times are 11:00 a.m., 1:00 p.m. & 3:00 p.m. RSVP required. Learn about the fascinating world of raptors. See live hawks, eagles, owls, falcons and vultures up close. Witness the silent flight of a barn owl as its ghostly form glides over the audience. The expert staff and birds of the World Bird Sanctuary travel around the country teaching people about raptors, our environment and what we can all do to protect birds and their habitats worldwide. Program fee is $10 per person or $7 for Friends of CNC.These programs typically sell out. RSVP and prepayment required. Please call 651-437-4359 to reserve your spot.

February 25:

Hastings Reads Main Event: Spend an evening with Nic Stone, author of Dear Martin, a story narrated by Justyce, an African American teenager trying to use the teachings of Martin Luther King Jr. to help navigate the issues and challenges of today. Stone will sign and sell her book. Held at the Hastings Arts Center, 216 4th St. E., Hastings, Monday, Feb. 25, 6:30-7:30 p.m

February 25:

Storytime for Babies at the Library: Stories, songs, bounces and playtime make this storytime perfect for children newborn to 24 months and their caregivers. Ages: 0-2. From 10:45am - 11:30am at the Pleasant Hill Library Temporary Location, 1355 South Frontage Road, Suite 200

(Westview Shopping Mall)

February 25:

Prescott HS Band Concert:On February 25th the Prescott High School Band will perform at the Prescott Performing Arts Center. The show starts at 7 PM, and the concert is free of charge. For questions, contact the Manager of the Prescott Performing Arts Center, Casey Johnson at 703-969-2629.

February 26:

Equity Innovation Lab Session: Another equity Innovation Lab will take place on Tuesday, February 26th between 6 and 9 pm at the Hastings Golf Club with a continuation of the efforts underway to include, inform and invite all people to be more welcoming for residents and visitors alike. The sessions are led by the YMCA Equity Innovation Center and ImpactLives, Inc. and are free to attend. for more information visit the city website at www.hastingsmn.gov/equity. A buffet dinner option purchase through the Hastings Pub House is offered from 5-6 pm. and childcare for attendees with children ages 6 weeks to 10 years is provided by Hastings Area YMCA KidStuff program.

February 26:

Genealogy Session at Tilden Center: Ever wonder how to trace your family roots? Hastings Community Education will host Genealogy Made Easy, Local, National, and International, on Tuesday, February 26th, from 1 to 4 pm at the Tilden Community Center. Cost is $35. For complete details, and to sign up visit Hastings CommunityEd.com.

February 28:

The History of Henry Sibley: This activity is coordinated by the Hastings Community Education office. The History of Henry Sibley and His Site will be held from 6-8 pm at the LeDuc Historic Estate. Cost for the program is $15 per person. Contact www.hastingscommunityed.com to register

February 28:

Congratulations, You’ve Written a Book…Now What: Coordinated by Hastings Community Education. The event will take place from 6:30-8:30 pm at the Tilden Community Center, Cost for the session is $25 per person. Contact www.hastingscommunityed.com to register.

February 27,28 and March 1:

Elementary Grades Conferences: Sign up for elementary conferences for your District 200 student.

February 28:

Resurrection UMC Dinner: Resurrection United Methodist Church invites everyone to Dinner on Thursday, February 28th, from 6 to 7:30 PM. The dinner is open to anyone, and there is no cost. Resurrection United Methodist Church is located at 615 W 15th Street in Hastings.For questions, call the church at 651-437-4398.

MARCH

March 1:

No School in District 200: Conferences for all grades

March 1:

HHS Marching Band Fundraiser: The Hastings Raiders Marching Band is raising money to purchase new uniforms. Come out to Old Ptacek's event center and have some fun while supporting a great group of kids! Timeline for the event is 5:30pm-Happy Hour, 6:30pm-Buffet Dinner then 8:00pm-Show with the fabulous Dueling Pianos. Tickets are $45 in advance/ $50 at the door with online ticketing now ready. Also featuring Cash Bar, raffles and more! www.eventbrite.com

March 1:

Mike Lynch Star Watch Party at Freedom Park: Another popular Star Watch Party with meterologist Mike Lynch has been secured for Freedom Park to take place on March 1st. The activity is geared for those 10 and older and combines an inside program with a presentation before heading out to view the stars and other heavenly bodies with the use of his giant reflecting telescopes that provide a close up view of star clusters, nebulae, galaxies and other wonders. Call the Learning center to reserve your seat for the indoor portion and be sure to dress for the weather when the event heads out side. 715-262-0104.

March 2:

Hastings Community Ed Courses: Saturday, March 2nd will be full of classes offered by Hastings Community Education. The Proficiency & Preparation for Steam and Hot Water Boiler License Test will take place from 8:30 am-2:30 pm at the Hastings High School. Cost to take the test is $99 per person. A class entitled Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2016 will be held from 9-11am on Saturday morning at the Hastings High School. Cost for instruction is $29 per person. And Personal Internet Safety and Security will be held at the Hastings High School from noon to 2 pm. Cost is $25 per person. For complete details, and to register, log on to HastingsCommunityEd.com.

March 2:

Proficiency & Preparation for Steam and Hot Water Boiler License Test: This test will take place from 8:30 am-2:30 pm at the Hastings High School. The session is coordinated by Hastings Community Education. Cost to take the test is $99 per person. Contact Community Education to register.

March 2:

Introduction to Microsoft Excel 2016: This training session will be held from 9-11am on Saturday morning at the Hastings High School. Cost for instruction is $29 per person. Register at Hastings Community Ed.com

March 2:

Personal Internet Safety and Security: Held at the Hastings High School from noon to 2 pm. Cost is $25 per person. Register at Community Education, in the Tilden Community Center, 310 River Street, Hastings

March 4:

Hastings City Council Meeting: Held in Council chambers beginning at 7 PM. These meetings are open to the Public.

March 5:

Township Election Day: Spring elections for area townships. Check for election information by contacting township clerks. No public meetings before 8 PM are allowed.

March 5-April 4:

One Book, One Farmington: OneBook, OneFarmington returns in March for a month of community reading and discussion of New York Times bestseller Still Alice by Lisa Genova and The Dementia Diaries by Matthew Snyman. The program runs March 5-April 4 and includes free programs supporting the book themes. Nine programs are scheduled to share information about dementia and provide support to caregivers. A complete list of programs is available on the OneBook, OneFarmington page of the Dakota County Library website. Brochures also can be picked up at the Farmington Library, 508 Third St.

March 6:

Crops Day in Dakota County: For the thirteenth year, Crops Day will bring U of M and agency specialists to Dakota County to share local research results and crop management strategies with producers and other agricultural professionals. Topics this year will include corn nitrogen management, irrigation water management, cover crops and weed management. Crops Day will be held on Wednesday, March 6th, from 9 am to 1 pm, at Dakota Electric Association located at 4300 220th Street West in Farmington. Registration will start at 8:30 a.m. This event is free and open to the public. Lunch will be provided, thanks to generous sponsorship by the Dakota Electric Association and Kimmes-Bauer Well Drilling. Drop-ins are welcome, but pre-registration is requested for food-planning purposes. To RSVP, please contact Larisa at 651-480-7732.

March 8:

Black Dirt Theater Improv at the Arts Center: Black Dirt Theater will hold another hilarious night of Improv at the Hastings Arts Center, on Friday, March 8th. Two shows are scheduled, one at 7 PM, and one at 9. Tickets are available online at HastingsArtsCenter.org or at the door. The Hastings Arts Center is located at 216 4th Street East.

March 9:

Border BINGO and Chicken Fry at Prescott American Legion:Border BINGO will take place on Saturday January 26th at the American Legion Post 61 at 710 Perl Street in Prescott. Doors open at 12:30 pm with play beginning at 1. All proceeds will go to the Prescott Food Pantry. Each BINGO Date also coincides with the Chicken Feed, hosed at the post with serving from 4:30 to 8:30.

March 9 and 23, April 6 and 27 and end of season on May 4.

March 11:

Prescott City Council Meeting: Held at the Municipal Building beginning at 6:30 pm. This meetin is open to the Public.

March 12:

Free Coffee Concert At HAC: Croatian pianist, Konstantin Krasnitsky will be visiting the United States in March for a residency with University of Wisconsin-River Falls. He will be traveling with Croatian composer Davor Bobic and they are both scheduled to be the distinguished international guests for the University's Piano Festival and Competition scheduled for March 14-16, 2019. The planned program for Tuesday's concert will feature compositions by Rachmaninoff and Bobic. Music to begin at 10:30 am. Donations to the Piano Fund are always appreciated.

March 11-15:

District 200 Spring Break: All grades .

March 12:

Community Gratefulness Meeting: The public is welcome to join this new opportunity to gather with others to grow in connection and gratefulness. Gatherings are free and open all. Each meeting is stand alone, so come when you are able. The event will be held Tuesday from 6:30-8:00 p.m. in the first floor meeting room at Artspace River Lofts at 121 Tyler Street in downtown Hastings. Contact local host Lisa Valentine at gratefulnessgatheringsmn@gmail.com for more information, or go to https://gratefulness.org/connect/gratefulness-gatherings/.

March 13:

Michelle Obama Book Tour Stop: Former First Lady Michelle Obama has announced a nationwide book tour in support of her New York Times bestseller "Becoming", and the tour includes a stop at the Excel Energy Center in St. Paul on Wednesday, March 13th. The book, which is her memoir, was released in November, and has already sold over 3 million copies in the U.S. and Canada. Tickets for the general public will go on sale Saturday, December 15th by visiting BecomingMichelleObama.com.

March 18:

Hastings City Council Meeting: Held in Council chambers beginning at 7 PM. These meetings are open to the Public.

March 18:

Neighborhood Improvement Assessment Hearing: Neighborhood Improvement Public Hearing : The Hastings City Council will conduct a public hearing to receive feedback on the assessment rates for the 2019 Neighborhood Infrastructure Improvements Program during their regularly scheduled meeting on Monday, March 18th. during the City Council meeting. The estimated cost of the 2019 program is $3,173,000, and proposed assessments for the affected area total $1,797,000. A separate Public Hearing for the assessments is scheduled for Monday, March 18th. For more details on the scope of work, and the area affected by this proposal, visit HastingsMN.gov.

March 19:

Great Rivers Confluence Symposium: The Great Rivers Confluence Symposium which was cancelled earlier this month due to the weather has been rescheduled to take place on March 19th 8:30am - 3:00pm

The location will remain the same- Afton State Park Visitor Center, 6959 Peller Ave S, Hastings MN 55033

Network with parks and nature experts, learn about initiatives to connect our region's communities, and share your recent successes with our many partners. For more information, please visit the Great Rivers Confluence website at www.greatriversconfluence.org. To register, please call the Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center at 715-262-0104 or visit the Great Rivers Confluence website.

March 25:

Prescott City Council Meeting: Held at the Municipal Building beginning at 6:30 pm. This meeting is open to the Public.

March 26:

Hastings Arts Center Coffee Concert: Each free coffee concert includes a 45minute performance by a variety of artists. Today's concert features Benjamin Cold on Saxophone and Filip Zivanovic on guitar. The performance begins at 10:30 AM. Coffee and cookies provided. Each concert continues the ongoing fundraiser for the Piano Fund. All donations are appreciated. The address is 216 East 4th Street

March 30:

Nourished by Nature Program: A program entitles Nourished by Nature will be presented on March 30th at the Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center in Freedom Park. Presenter Wendy Loomis will share her experience with what she believes is the biggest conspiracy theory on the planet, that nature is continually conspiring to nurture, sustain and care for us. Find out what she means by that and how she intendes to inform everyone of the power of nature. Wendy is from Hastings and she shares stories and photos from her life designed to inspire others about nature. This is a free program, however, donations are gratefully accepted.

APRIL

April 14:

Wolfgang at HAC: Today's concert is a special Sunday event featuring The Wolfgang, with music of The performance begins at 3 PM. Each concert in this series, continues the ongoing fundraiser for the Piano Fund. The address is 216 East 4th Street

April 19

HPAAC Annual Gala: The Hastings Prescott Area Arts Council has announced the date and location of the 2019 Gala. According to an announcement made on Friday, the Gala is set for Thursday, April 19th, 2019, at the Hidden Greens Event Center on 200th Street East, in Hastings. The date and location were selected due to availability of auctioneering services and accommodations for an expected 250 attendees. The theme of the Gala is “Friends Along the River”, and the event remains in the planning stages at this time. Further details will be reported as they become available.

April 26:

Tumblin Dice Rolling Stones Concert: The Rosemount Area Arts Council will host their Spring Concert, Tumblin Dice, a Rolling Stones themed experience,that will take the stage of the Steeple Center on April 26th. The group is advertised not as a "Stones Clones" group but more of a parody of the band, which they believe audiences will find much more fun by using the energy and mannerisms of a Rolling Stones concert, dressing like the British super group and sounding as close as possible to the recorded versions of the songs. Tickets will be available through their website- Cost is 20 or 16 for RAAC members. The Steeple Center is located at 14375 South Robert Trail.

April 27:

Hastings Area Earth Day Birding Festival: Takes place between 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Celebrate the arrival of spring by learning about our region’s many bird species. Hastings Environmental Protectors, CNC and local businesses have teamed to host the 6th annual Birding Festival. Highlights include an Introduction to Birding class, Raptors 101class, bird-banding demonstrations and guided bird trips in the Hastings area. RSVPs are required. Box lunches may be ordered. Program fee is $5 per person or $15 per person including a box lunch. Any proceeds from the event will support K-12 environmental education programming and habitat protection at Carpenter Nature Center.

April 27:

Cottage GroveSpring Showcase: The Cottage Grove Area Chamber of Commerce will hold the 2019 Spring Showcase at the Park High School Activity Center on Saturday, April 27th. This free event is open to all ages and is a family friendly experience with a lot to offer. Explore the many ways the Chamber is helping make the Cottage Grove, Newport, and St. Paul Park area the best possible place to live and work. Details will be posted on the Chamber website at CottageGroveChamber.org, as they become available.

MAY

May 9:

Stages Theatre Trip: A trip to Stages Theatre Company is planned through the Hastings Community Education program. The popular children's book, The Most Magnificent Thing by Ashley Spires is a tale of invention, persistence, creativity and determination shown by a young girl who brings her idea to life. The trip includes transportation to the theater on Thursday, May 9th with a registration deadline of May 2nd. This is designed for parents and children ages 3-5 years old. The Bus will leave Hastings at 8:45 am and return just after noon. Cost is $15 per person. Register at www.hastingscommunityed.com

May 18:

River Valley Band Concert: The River Valley Band will perform a free concert at the Rotary Pavillion in Levee Park. Time to be announced soon.

May 18:

Gypsy Mania At HAC: Today's concert is a special Saturday event featuring Gypsy Mania/Hot Club Swing Jazz. The performance begins at 7 PM.   Each concert continues the ongoing fundraiser for the Piano Fund. All donations are appreciated. The address is 216 East 4th Street

May 27:

Memorial Day: No classes at District 200 schools.

JUNE

June 6:

Hastings Middle School Graduation: Ceremony is held in the Gymnasium begining at 8 AM.

June 7:

Hastings High School Graduation: Ceremony will be held in the Field House due to work continuing on Todd Field. See your student for ticket availability required for all graduates.

JULY

AUGUST

August 2:

Hastings Relay For Life Event: The date has been announced for the 25th annual Hastings Relay For Life, party on the river. Teams and individuals who will raise funds for cancer research will meet in Levee Park on August 2nd. More information can be found on their facebook page.

 

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