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DECEMBER

December 9:

Hope Lutheran Christian Movie Night: Hope Lutheran church in Hastings is hosting a Christian Movie Night on Friday, December 9 starting at 6:30pm. Enjoy a movie and fellowship. Child care will be provided by the Hope Youth Group. There is no cost but free will donations will go to fundraising for the National Youth Gathering taking place in Texas in July. For details see the Hope Lutheran website or call (651) 480-2273.

December 10:

Wrisky Ranch Christmas: The Wrisky Ranch, N7216 1170th Street in Prescott invites everyone to join them to take pictures with Santa and horses, at Wrisky Ranch Christmas, from 11 AM to 2 PM, on Saturday, December 10th. Enjoy hot cocoa and treats while you visit with Santa and the horses. Open to the public. Don't forget to bring your camera.

LeDuc Victorian Holiday Tea: The Dakota County Historical Society invites you to a Victorian Holiday Tea at LeDuc Historic Estate, on Saturday, December 10th. Starting at 3:30 PM, celebrate the holiday season with a three-course meal with a variety of teas paired with your food. Come enjoy the food and learn about the history of Victorian Holidays and the LeDuc family. A tour of the house will be included after the final course. Seating is limited, so reserve your spot today. For more information, contact the LeDuc Estate at 651-438-8480. Cost is $40 per person, or $35 for DCHS members.

Hastings Legion Bingo: It's a Bingo Battle of the Sexes at the Hastings American Legion starting at Noon, on Saturday, December 10th. Bring your friends for an afternoon of charitable bingo, with prizes of Yeti Coolers, fire pits, and designer purses, with the last game featuring a 65-inch flat screen television. Doors open at 11 and bingo starts at noon. Cost is $30 per packet of cards, and $5 per card for the final game.

Prescott UCC Cookie Sale: Come and do your holiday baking the easy way. The United Church of Christ of Prescott will be hosting their annual cookie sale, from 9 to 11 AM, on Saturday, December 10th. There will be a great selection of cookies and baked goods. Come early for the best selection. $10.00 per pound for the cookies. The United Church of Christ of Prescott is located at 206 Locust St. N.

CNC Guided Bird Hike: Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center will host a Guided Bird Hike on Saturday, December 10th, from 9 to 11 AM, on the CNC Wisconsin Campus, 300 East Cove Road, in Hudson. Hike various trails on the Wisconsin Campus and learn to identify birds with local experts from the St. Croix Valley Bird Club. Program fee: $5 per participant or free for SCVBC members and Friends of CNC. Space is limited, and registrations are required. Please RSVP by calling 651-437-4359.

Prescott Chamber Meat Raffle: On Saturday, December, 10th at 3:00 pm, Scab's Place, 145 Broad Street in Prescott, will host a Chamber of Commerce Meat Raffle. Volunteers are also needed for this event. For more information, or to volunteer, contact Chamber Coordinator Casey Johnson at 715-629-0047, or by emailing ChamberOfPrescott@Gmail.com

December 10 and 11:

DCHS Christmas in the Village: The Dakota County Historical Society's Christmas in the Village annual holiday event at Dakota City is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, December 10th and 11th, from 3 to 8 PM, each day. It is a great time to visit or volunteer, while sharing and experiencing all the warmth and the joy of the season. Learn more on the DCHS Dakota City web page.

December 11:

CP Holiday Train Hastings: The Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train will return to the rails this season on its first cross-continent tour in three years, following virtual concerts in the pandemic years of 2020 and 2021. The train will again raise money, food and awareness for local food banks in communities along the CP network. The stop for Hastings is scheduled for 8 PM on Sunday, December 11th, at the CP Depot. 500 East 2nd Street. Performances by Alan Doyle & Kelly Prescott will begin at 8:15 from the train stage. Come early to see the train arrive.

MFD Christmas Market: The Douglas 4-H Club and the Miesville Fire Department invite everyone to a Christmas Market, from 11 AM to 3 PM, at the Miesville Fire Hall, on Sunday, December 11th. Santa will visit from 11:30 to 1, and there will be a bake sale, a Fire Pit with S'Mores, food and beverages, fire safety activities, and a broadcast of the Vikings game versus the Detroit Lions. Bring an unwrapped toy for Toys For Tots, sponsored by King's Place, and/or a non perishable food item for Hastings Family Service. United Way of Hastings will also be accepting donations. Satisfy your sweet tooth at the Douglas County 4-H bake sale featuring items from Hanisch Bakery and Coffee Shop. All proceeds will go to charity.

St Joseph Live Nativity: St Joseph Catholic Church, 23955 Nicolai Avenue, in Miesville, will host a live nativity starting with a pageant at 5 PM, on Sunday, December 11th. Enjoy the live nativity, a choir singing traditional carols, a visit with St. Nicholas, then warm up in the Parish Hall with snacks, hot cocoa and cookies.

St. Pius V Faith Formation Christmas: St. Pius V Catholic Church, 410 Colvill Street West, in Cannon Falls, invites everyone to a Faith Formation Christmas event to learn about the Birth of Jesus, after the 8:30 AM Mass, on Sunday, December 11th. Come and hear the story of the Birth of Jesus and sing Christmas Carols. There will be cookies and beverages afterwards.

West End Trap Club Swap Meet: The West End Trap Club will have a Swap Meet on Sunday, December 11th. Tom LeDoux has the details.

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Call 651-423-2429 for any questions.

Through December 11:

Dinner In A Bag Donation Drive: The Willing Welchers 4-H Club, in partnership with the Red Wing Area Food Shelf, aim to provide meals to those in need this holiday season with a "Christmas Dinner In A Bag" program, and they need your food donations. Please consider bringing food items such as instant potatoes, canned gravy, stuffing, corn, or any other easy-to-prepare holiday meal item to the Parish Hall at St. Joseph Catholic Church, 23955 Nicolai Avenue, in Miesville, through December 11th.

December 12:

Senior Center Holiday Party: The Hastings Senior Center Annual Drive Through Holiday Party will be conducted at St. Elizabeth Anne Seaton Church, from noon to 1 PM on Monday, December 12th. The Senior Center encourages members to purchase gift certificates, assemble a themed basket, or donate funds to help make this event a good one for the holidays. The event will be catered by the Trophy House, and door prizes will be given out. Donations can be dropped off at the Center, 310 River Street, in Hastings.

CP Holiday Train Cottage Grove: The Canadian Pacific (CP) Holiday Train will return to the rails this season on its first cross-continent tour in three years, following virtual concerts in the pandemic years of 2020 and 2021. The train will again raise money, food and awareness for local food banks in communities along the CP network. The stop for Cottage Grove is scheduled for 5 PM on Monday, December 12th, on West Point Douglas Road, ?South of Seiben Bridge, in front of Youth Service Bureau. Performances by Alan Doyle & Kelly Prescott will begin at 5:15 from the train stage. Come as early as 4 PM to enjoy the festivities!

Shop with a Cop: This year, Law Enforcement Officers from around Pierce County will support children in need by providing Target gift cards. The goal is to raise enough money to provide for 50 children in Pierce County. The children will be carefully selected by school counselors from all districts, and Pierce County Human Services. Your local Police, Deputies, Troopers, and DNR Wardens will be able to see the smiles on the children as their families drive thru the winter wonderland they will have set up for them. 100% of the proceeds go to the children in Pierce County. Without your financial support Departments will not be able to provide for our local kids! Your donation can be sent to The Pierce County Sheriff's Office, Attention: Shelly, 555 West Overlook Drive PO Box 9, Ellsworth WI 54011. Checks can be made out to Shop With A Cop. Shop with a Cop will be held on December 12th.

Interview with Confidence: Discover ways to stand out from the crowd during your next job interview at Interview with Confidence, a free workshop presented by West St. Paul CareerForce staff, on Monday, December 12th, from 9 to 10:30 AM, at the Dakota County Northern Service Center, 1 Mendota Road, West St. Paul. You'll get practical tips for preparing for the interview, answering interview questions, and avoiding common mistakes. Register online at the link provided here.

Through December 12:

UHL Equipment Drive: Help support military families by donating your gently-used athletic equipment. All gear will help the child of a service member play a sport. Gear can be placed in the labeled bin at the Hastings Civic Arena any time during building hours from November 28 to December 12. Current sports gear accepted includes baseball, basketball, football, golf, lacrosse, soccer and hockey. Visit the donation page at UnitedHeroesLeague.org for more information.

December 12 Through December 25:

Farmington Tour of Lights: The City of Farmington Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a Holiday Lights Tour of houses that will run from Dec. 12 through Dec. 25. This fun tour is for residents to showcase their holiday spirit and house decorations for the upcoming holiday season. Parks and Recreation will publish a list and map of the houses participating in the tour on Dec. 12 so folks can enjoy them. The deadline to register a house for the tour is Sunday, Dec. 4. To register, visit FarmingtonMN.gov/HLT. Houses must have their decorations ready for the tour by Dec. 12. For more information, visit FarmingtonMN.gov.

December 12 Through January 1:

Rosemount Tour Of Lights: The City of Rosemount is creating a tour of lights so residents can share their inner Clark Griswold with neighbors and visitors. If you have a display that you'd like to show off, register your home or business and they'll add your address to a publicly available online map. Register by December 5th to be included on the City's map. The tour will be active from December 12 through January 1, from 5 to 9 PM daily. Tour maps will be made available on Friday, December 9th via the City website and social media channels. If you are a business owner and would like to help sponsor the new Tour of Lights, please contact Communications Coordinator, Lee Stoffel, at Lee.Stoffel@RosemountMN.gov.

December 13:

Hastings Area Historical Society Meeting: Hastings Area Historical Society President Spencer Johnson announces that the next meeting of the Society will be held at the Onion Grille, 100 Sibley Street, Hastings, on Tuesday, Dec 13th, 7:00 PM, with a cash bar, and a light appetizer menu available. Johnson, along with local artist Dave Youngren will be talking about the history of the building, with a short tour, starting at 7 PM to socialize, formal meeting at 7:30, with the tour to follow. Members are encouraged to invite friends and prospective members. An RSVP is encouraged, but not required. Email RSVPs to SpencerJ1957@GMail.com.

Prescott Library LEGO Club: The Prescott Public Library invites residents to the LEGO Club, on Tuesday, December 13th, from 3:30 to 5 PM. Design and build a LEGO masterpiece at this drop-in program! LEGO Club is every other Tuesday at the Prescott Public Library, and LEGO bricks are provided. The Library is in the Municipal Building at 800 Borner Street.

December 14:

Sistas with Bad Habits Ladies' Night: Sistas with Bad Habits and A Bushel and A Peck MN invite women to a December Ladies' Night from 11 AM to 6 PM, on Wednesday, December 14th. Find last minute Christmas gifts, and enjoy an evening out. The event will be held at 14690 South Robert Trail, in Rosemount.

Through December 15:

Sock Drop At The Lock: The Lock and Dam Eatery in Hastings is helping out with supplies for the homeless, and through Mid-December, the Lock and Dam will have a sock drop box at the restaurant. For every package of socks you bring in you will receive a free queso. The Lock and Dam Eatery is located at 102 2nd Street East, in Hastings.

December 16:

Rise Up Friday Night Bingo: Rise Up Recovery, at 507 Vermillion Street in Hastings, invites everyone to a Friday Night Bingo session. Executive Director Tiffany Neuharth has the details.

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Learn more about Rise Up Recovery at RiseUpRecoveryMN.com.

December 17:

Valley Creek Reindeer: On Saturday, December 17th, from 10 AM to 2 PM, everyone is invited to the Valley Creek Mall, 1750 Weir Drive in Woodbury, to come and see live reindeer. The reindeer will be looking for you to come and say "Hi".

December 18:

Hastings Legion Breakfast With Santa : It's Santa's time to shine, and one of his stops will be the Hastings American Legion Post for a breakfast buffet from 9 AM to noon on Sunday, December 18th. Bring the family and have breakfast with the jolly old elf.

Joy Lutheran Christmas Pageant: Come to Joy Lutheran Church, 1435 St. Croix Street in Prescott, for an all ages Christmas Pageant on Sunday, December 18th. Grab a costume, or just show up to enjoy the show. The Pageant begins at 9:30 AM, and all are welcome.

Shop with a Cop: COUNTRY Financial will host a "Shop with a Cop" event with the Hastings Police Department, from noon to 2 PM on Sunday, December 18th, at SC Toys, 212 2nd Street East in Hastings. Community members in need will be randomly selected from nominations on Social Media to receive $100 per child to spend at SC Toys, shopping with the Hastings Police Department. Food and drinks will be provided by the Lock and Dam Eatery and the Froth and Cork for the families.

Through December 18:

Toys for Tots Donations: If you're looking at ways to give back to the community this holiday season, the Hastings Police Department, City Hall and Fleet Farm are drop sites for the 75th Anniversary Toys for Tots campaign through December 18th. Please bring new, unwrapped toys (such as books, board games, arts and craft projects) Monday through Friday, from 8 AM to 4:30 PM at City offices, or during Fleet Farm store hours. The gifts will be given to children in need throughout the Twin Cities area.

December 19:

Hastings Legion Family Christmas Dinner: The Hastings American Legion will host a Family Christmas Dinner starting at 6 PM on Monday, December 19th. Enjoy a buffet-style menu of ham, potatoes, vegetables, and bread, along with dessert. The meal is free for all current members of the Legion, Auxiliary, and Sons of the American Legion and their families. The Legion Post is located at 50 Sibley Street.

December 20:

Belwin Winter Solstice Bonfire: Join the Belwin Conservancy for their annual Winter Solstice Bonfire, starting at 5 PM on Tuesday, December 20th, at Lucy Winton Bell Athletic Fields, 15601 Hudson Road N., in Lakeland. Enjoy a roaring bonfire, guided night hikes, and cookies and hot cider inside a warming tent. Starting at 7, hear welcoming songs from Imniza Ska Dakota Drum Group followed by a full set of Irish music and storytelling from local Minneapolis duo, The Mac and Cheese Band.

Hastings Senior Center Ugly Sweater Contest: The Hastings Senior Center is hosting a holiday Ugly Sweater Contest all day on Tuesday, December 20th. Don your best, or worst, holiday sweater and stop by the Center, 310 River Street, during regular hours to enter your sweater in the contest. Staff will also be wearing their favorite sweaters! Join the fun and have a good laugh.

December 21:

CNC Solstice Celebration: Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center will host a Solstice Celebration on Wednesday, December 21, from 5 to 8 PM, on the MN Campus, at 12805 St. Croix Trail South, in Hastings. Celebrate the longest night of the year with CNC, which will be open for visitors to explore the trails and warm up with a campfire and hot cocoa. The Program fee is $5 per participant and registration is required. Please RSVP at 651-437-4359.

December 23:

CNC Public Bird Banding: Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center will host a Public Bird Banding on Friday, December 23rd, from 8:30 to noon on the Minnesota Campus, 12805 St. Croix Trail South, in Hastings. Join CNC's expert bird banders every month as they catch, band, and release songbirds on the Minnesota campus. Banding runs continuously and visitors may come and go at any time. Donations of birdseed or suet are greatly appreciated in lieu of a program fee. For more information, please call 651-437-4359.

December 24:

Thompson Family Farm Christmas: Santa visits the Thompson Family Farm from 10 AM to noon on Saturday, December 24th. Storytime Santa will be visiting the farm on Christmas Eve. Bring your winter gear and play in the pasture in front of our barn. Warm up with a fresh hot cocoa bomb from Spider Monkey's Bake Shoppe. Grab your favorite treats and canned goods from Thompson Family Farm, 6429 265th Street West, in Farmington.

December 27 and 28:

Prescott Softball Clinic: Prescott Community Recreation has scheduled two softball clinics during the Winter Break. On December 27th, students in the 3rd to 5th grade, and on December 28th, those in 6th through 8th grade will have the opportunity to learn more about and practice hitting, defense and pitching skills. The sessions will be held at Malone Intermediate School and cost is $40 per session, or $100 for all three sessions. Learn more at the link provided here.

December 30:

PHL Noon Year's Eve: Pleasant Hill Library invites children aged 2 to 6, their siblings, and caregivers to a Childrens "Noon Year's Eve", at the Library, on Friday, December 30th from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Come celebrate the New Year with crafts, games, and prizes. Registration is required. Call 651-438-0200 to register. Pleasant Hill Library is located at 1490 South Frontage Road, in Hastings.

2023

JANUARY

January 1:

CNC Frosty 40 Signup Opens: Get your snowshoes, skis, or snow boots ready! Carpenter Nature Center's Frosty 40 is coming up this winter season. Research shows that even moderate exercise outdoors can improve your physical, mental, and emotional health. We challenge you to walk, run, cross-country ski, or snowshoe 40 miles in 40 days. Choose your own schedule between January 1st and March 20th, 2023. Registration opens December 1, and closes February 1. The 40 days do not need to be consecutive, the outdoor activities can be done at any location and you can mix up your activities as you like, just keep track of your mileage. For more information, please visit the event webpage.

Through January 2:

GCHS Star Wars Toys Display: It's time to get your geek on with the Goodhue County Historical Society for a vintage display of Star Wars Toys from 1978 through 1985, that will be on display November 17th through January 2nd, at the Goodhue County Historical Society, 1166 Oak Street, in Red Wing. The Goodhue County Historical Society thanks Jarrod Roll, curator of the collection. There will also be a sign up to win a Star Wars Lego set. The Society is open from 10 AM to 4 PM, Tuesday through Friday, and 10 AM to 3 PM on Saturday.

January 6:

Family Friday: Snow Fun: Dakota County Parks' Forever Wild Family Friday returns to the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center on Friday, January 6, from 6 to 7:30 PM, for "Snow Fun". Suit up for a night of sledding and snow sculpting. Bring your own sled and artful ideas. This free event is for all ages.

January 7:

Prescott Legion Chicken Dinner: Prescott American Legion Post 61 invites everyone to a fried chicken dinner on Saturday, January 7th, from 4:30 to 8 PM. Enjoy take out orders of all-you-can eat chicken dinners, prepared in cholesterol-free oil, and help fund the Post's civic and maintenance efforts. For questions, contact the post at 715-262-8113. The Post is located at 710 Pearl Street.

January 9:

EMS Training Enrollment: The Cannon Falls EMT Service will conduct EMS training for interested people, starting on Monday, January 9th, at the Cannon Falls Public Safety Building, 918 River Road. Classes will be held from 6 to 10 PM on Mondays and Thursdays, at a cost of $900, plus books and testing. Learn more and register on the Cannon Falls City website.

January 11:

Let's Talk Crops: Join the U of MN Extension Service for "Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops" 2023. Pull up a chair and join in or bring the conversation with you to discuss some of the key issues and questions around commodity crop production facing Minnesota farmers today through the Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops webinar series. Sessions will be held over Zoom, which can be accessed via your computer, phone or other mobile device, and run from 9 to 10 AM Wednesdays. On January 11 Zoom in for "Forecast for the Season: Weather, Economics & Supply Chains", with Ed Usset, Extension grain marketing economist and Pete Boulay, Assistant State Climatologist, DNR. For more details and to register, visit the link provided here. There is no charge to participate.

January 12:

Knee High Naturalists: Pine Forest Fun: Dakota County Parks' Knee-High Naturalists will host "Pine Forest Fun" at the Lebanon Hills Visitor Center on Thursday, Jan. 12, from 10 to 11:30 AM. Hands-on activities, outdoor exploration, art projects, story time and more. Take a pine forest walk to explore these trees up close and learn about the pine cones they grow. Cost is $8/youth. Online registration is required.

January 18:

Prescott Chamber Annual Dinner: In Prescott, kicking off the year right means joining the Prescott Area Chamber of Commerce for its annual dinner and meeting, starting at 5 PM, on Wednesday, January 18th, at the Old Ptacek's Event Center, 1449 Orrin Road. Plenty of fun, raffles and games are on the menu for the evening. Join fellow chamber members for dinner and to start the year off getting to know the Chamber and the Prescott area. Contact Chamber Coordinator Casey Johnson for tickets.

Let's Talk Crops: Join the U of MN Extension Service for "Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops" 2023. Pull up a chair and join in or bring the conversation with you to discuss some of the key issues and questions around commodity crop production facing Minnesota farmers today through the Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops webinar series. Sessions will be held over Zoom, which can be accessed via your computer, phone or other mobile device, and run from 9 to 10 AM Wednesdays. On January 18 Zoom in for "What's Bugging My Corn? An Outlook On Corn Rootworm And More", with Anthony Hanson, Extension educator at IPM, and other IPM specialists. For more details and to register, visit the link provided here. There is no charge to participate.

January 24:

Tuesday Coffee Concert: The Hastings Arts Center invites everyone to a Tuesday Coffee Concert on January 24th, featuring the musical talents of Jonah Walt on saxophone, featuring Sarah Lockwood on piano. Doors open at 10 AM for coffee, treats, and music starting at 10:30. Also enjoy the art gallery before and after the concert. The Tuesday Coffee Concerts are free of charge and are held at the Hastings Arts Center, 216 4th Street East. Free will donations are gladly accepted.

January 25:

Let's Talk Crops: Join the U of MN Extension Service for "Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops" 2023. Pull up a chair and join in or bring the conversation with you to discuss some of the key issues and questions around commodity crop production facing Minnesota farmers today through the Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops webinar series. Sessions will be held over Zoom, which can be accessed via your computer, phone or other mobile device, and run from 9 to 10 AM Wednesdays. On January 25 Zoom in for "Climate Factors And Nitrogen Management", with Dan Kaiser, Extension nutrient management specialist, and Brad Carlson, Extension educator for water resources. For more details and to register, visit the link provided here. There is no charge to participate.

FEBRUARY

February 1:

Let's Talk Crops: Join the U of MN Extension Service for "Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops" 2023. Pull up a chair and join in or bring the conversation with you to discuss some of the key issues and questions around commodity crop production facing Minnesota farmers today through the Strategic Farming: Let's Talk Crops webinar series. Sessions will be held over Zoom, which can be accessed via your computer, phone or other mobile device, and run from 9 to 10 AM Wednesdays. On February 1 Zoom in for "Semi-Dwarf Corn & SCN Breeding Efforts", with Rex Bernardo, Professor and Endowed Chair, Corn Breeding and Genetics, and Aaron Lorentz, Associate Professor, Soybean Breeding and Genetics. For more details and to register, visit the link provided here. There is no charge to participate.

February 2 Through 5:

SnoMos Club Trip: The Hastings SnoMos have scheduled their annual Club Trip for the weekend of February 2nd through the 5th, to Lakewoods Resort in Cable, Wisconsin. Cost will be $216 per person or $432 per couple for a bedroom and shared common areas. To reserve your place, contact Olivia at Lakewoods Resort at 1-800-255-5937.

February 4:

Prescott Legion Chicken Dinner: Prescott American Legion Post 61 invites everyone to a fried chicken dinner on Saturday, February 4th, from 4:30 to 8 PM. Enjoy take out orders of all-you-can eat chicken dinners, prepared in cholesterol-free oil, and help fund the Post's civic and maintenance efforts. For questions, contact the post at 715-262-8113. The Post is located at 710 Pearl Street.

Hastings Concert Ass'n: Ann Reed: The Hastings Concert Association's 2022-2023 Concert Season continues with Minnesota legend Ann Reed at the Hastings Middle School Auditorium, at 3 PM on Saturday, February 4th. Ann has been featured on NPR and Good Morning America. The Middle School Auditorium is located at 1000 11th Street West. For questions, call 651-437-7318.

February 10:

Grove Church Pajama Ball: The Grove Church, 8600 90th Street South, in Cottage Grove, invites anyone aged 1 to 99 to a Pajama Ball, from 6 to 8 PM, on Friday, February 10th, at the church, for an evening of costumes, music, and dancing. The Grove is a new church growing vibrant faith in children, families, and community.

MARCH

March 2:

Hastings Concert Ass'n: Cowboy Music Revue: The Hastings Concert Association's 2022-2023 Concert Season continues with Dan Miller's Cowboy Music Revue at the Hastings Middle School Auditorium, at 7 PM on Thursday, March 2nd. Dan and his band, from Cody, WY, have gathered a loyal following from coast to coast. The Middle School Auditorium is located at 1000 11th Street West. For questions, call 651-437-7318.

Mar 4:

Prescott Legion Chicken Dinner: Prescott American Legion Post 61 invites everyone to a fried chicken dinner on Saturday, March 4th, from 4:30 to 8 PM. Enjoy take out orders of all-you-can eat chicken dinners, prepared in cholesterol-free oil, and help fund the Post's civic and maintenance efforts. For questions, contact the post at 715-262-8113. The Post is located at 710 Pearl Street.

March 24:

Letters From Home: Letters From Home, featuring Erinn Dearth and Dan Beckmann performing music from the soundtracks of WWII, Vietnam, and beyond, will be coming to the Pantages Theater, 710 Hennepin Avenue in Minneapolis, on Friday, March 24, 2023 at 7:00 pm. This vaudevillian-style singing & tap dancing duo has honored veterans, active military heroes and their families, by uniting the nation through music. Tickets are $25, and are available online via Ticketmaster.

APRIL

Apr 1:

Prescott Legion Chicken Dinner: Prescott American Legion Post 61 invites everyone to a fried chicken dinner on Saturday, April 1st, from 4:30 to 8 PM. Enjoy take out orders of all-you-can eat chicken dinners, prepared in cholesterol-free oil, and help fund the Post's civic and maintenance efforts. For questions, contact the post at 715-262-8113. The Post is located at 710 Pearl Street.

April 24:

Hastings Concert Ass'n: Brothers: The Hastings Concert Association's 2022-2023 Concert Season continues with Brothers, featuring Jim Witter and Ian Tanner, at the Hastings Middle School Auditorium, at 7 PM on Monday, April 24th. This new show features the hits of musical "brothers", like Lennon and McCartney, Hall and Oates, the Beach Boys, and many others. The Middle School Auditorium is located at 1000 11th Street West. For questions, call 651-437-7318.

MAY

May 6:

Prescott Legion Chicken Dinner: Prescott American Legion Post 61 invites everyone to a fried chicken dinner on Saturday, May 6th, from 4:30 to 8 PM. Enjoy take out orders of all-you-can eat chicken dinners, prepared in cholesterol-free oil, and help fund the Post's civic and maintenance efforts. For questions, contact the post at 715-262-8113. The Post is located at 710 Pearl Street.

 

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