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APRIL

Every Tuesday:

River Valley Band Practice: Band meets at the Hastings High School each Tuesday evening at 7 PM. All ages and experience levels welcome. Directed by Rufino Ochoada. Meets September through May with 3-4 concerts performed each season.

Every Thursday:

Circle of Connection Networking Group:The Circle of Connections networking group meets at 7 AM every Thursday morning at the River Oaks Golf Club on Highway 61, south of Cottage Grove. Information is available by calling Genesis Financial at 651-738-0813

Every First Wednesday:

Hastings Breast Cancer Support Group This group meets from 10 to 11:30 AM on the first Wednesday of every month at the Hastings Burger King at 100 33rd Street West. Everyone is welcome to this casual group.Spouses and family also encouraged to attend.

Tuesdays:

Healing Hurting Hearts Grief Support Group:Healing Hurting Hearts Grief Support Group in Prescott offers a caring environment and helpful strategies for taking a few more steps toward healing broken hearts after the loss of a loved one or friend. There is no cost to participate, and all ages of adults are welcome. The group meets on Tuesdays, starting April 3rd, from 1 to 2:30 PM at the Senior Gathering Place, located within the Prescott Intermediate School, at 1220 St. Croix Street. Join inspirational speaker and author Donna Mathiowetz and retired Mental Health Counselor Joann Vaughan for these informative and supportive sessions. If you need travel accommodations or have questions, please call the O’Connell-Benedict Family Funeral Home, at 715-262-5404, Penny Peterson, at 715-262-4676, or Cyndi Cashman, at 715-262-5198.

Fridays Starting in June:

Youth Tennis programs: Youth tennis registration is now open, and the Hastings Tennis Association is offering many spring and summer youth tennis opportunities that include both drills and match play. New programs in 2018 include “Friday FUNdamentals” for ages 3-5 & grades K-5, and a Girls Singles League for grades 7-12. Two of the more popular returning programs are USTA Junior Team Tennis and “Drills and Match Play.” Whether beginners or experienced players, HTA has something for everyone! For more information, and to register, go to hastingstennis.org.

Fridays Starting May 18th:

Senior Open Doubles Tennis Program: The Hastings Tennis Association announces a Free Senior Open Doubles Tennis Program for players 55 and over, beginning Friday, May 18th, and every Friday thereafter throughout the summer, ending in August. The program runs from 9 to 11 AM at Hastings High School Courts. Come with a partner, or come alone, and there is no need to sign up. There is no charge for the program, but please bring a new can of tennis balls.

April 1-30:

Dakota County Kids Poetry Contest: Children from age 6 to 12 are invited to show off their poetry style by writing an original poem and entering it into the Dakota County Library contest during National Poetry Month. Drop submissions off at Pleasant Hill Library, or submit via email to Holly.Carlson@co.dakota.mn.us anytime between April 1st and April 30th. Winners will be announced in May. Awards will be given to the top three entries in two age groups: ages 6 to 8 and 9 to 11.

April 4-28:

Orange Dragon Season Opener:The Orange Dragon is now showing their opening exhibition for the year. The exhibit will showcase the creations of Prescott students from grades 6-12. There is some fantastic art coming from these students and most will be for sale. The gallery will be open Wednesdays through Sundays, April 4th through the 28th, from 11 AM to 5 PM. The Orange Dragon Gallery is located at 122 Orange Street.

April 9-30:

Black Dirt Theatre Kids Acting Courses:Some fun new courses are coming to kids thanks to Hastings Community Education. An after school program at Kennedy, McAuliffe and Pinecrest elementary schools will offer acting with Black Dirt Theatre beginning the 2nd week in April. Cost for the weekly course held right after school for an hour is 39 dollars. Check the www.hastingscommunityed.com website to register online or stop into the office located at 310 River Street.

Mon Apr 9-30 -   Anyone Can Act with Black Dirt Theatre! (3:30-4:30 pm) gr. K-4, $39, Kennedy

Tue Apr 10-May 1 -   Anyone Can Act with Black Dirt Theatre! (3:30-4:30 pm) gr. K-4, $39, McAuliffe

Wed Apr 11-May 2 - Anyone Can Act with Black Dirt Theatre! (2:40-3:40 pm) gr. K-4, $39, Pinecrest

April 26:

Wood Animalitos: Sculpt your own animals out of Model Magic and other crafts materials and then paint colorful patterns on them. Leave class with a fun new animal sculpture. Presented by Artistry. Registration required. Event Hours 3-5PM. Ages: 6-12. A Minnesota Legacy program sponsored by Minnesota’s Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund. Registration begins 4/12/2018 at 10:00 AM- Pleasant Hill Library, Hastings.

April 27:

Hops and Grapes: The Hops and Grapes Beer and Wine tasting event is will be held by the Hastings Area Rotary Club. The event will be held on Friday April 27th from 6:30-9:00 pm at the Hastings Country Inn, 300 33rd Street in south Hastings. They will be collecting items for a big Silent Auction and you can contact any Rotarian to purchase tickets or to arrange for a Auction donation. Purchaseyour Tickets early for $25 or at the door for $30. Contact www.hastingsmnrotary.com for more information.

April 27:

Prescott Masonic Temple Steak Fries: The popular Steak Fries will return to the Prescott Masonic Temple located at Orance and Court Street for 2 Spring and 2 Fall events in 2018. The first fry will take place on April 27th, with a serving time of 4:30-7 pm with a full sirloin steak dinner topped off by the lodge's famous rhubarb upside down cake. Cost per meal is 12 dollars with proceeds going to fund Masonic Scholorships. The other Spring event will take place on May 11th with the Fall fries slated for September 14th and 28th.

April 27:

Hastings After Hours-Spiral Brewery: The Hastings After Hours event held at the Historic LeDuc Event will feature Spiral Brewery on Friday evening, April 27th. A presentation will take place at 6 pm that includes the history of Hastings breweries, and a chance to meet those responsible for bringing the craft back to Hastings for the first time since 1919. Samples of their beer will be featured along with updates on this new Hastings business. Call the LeDuc to reserve your spot. Each reservation will provide you with a sampling of each beer and a cash bar will be provided to purchase your favorites. Contact the LeDuc at 651-438-8480.

April 27:

Regina Craft and Bake Sale: Mark your calendars for the Regina Spring Arts & crafts show that will be held on Friday April 27th from 7:30am-4pm and also on Saturday April 28th from 9am-3pm. More information to come.

April 27-29

Tootsie Roll Weekend for KC's:The Knights of Columbus Annual Tootsie Roll weekend has rolled around again with the opportunity to get a sweet treat for helping to support community programs that benefit the special needs of people in our area. The Local Knights of Columbus volunteers will be handing out free tootsie rolls at 4 locations this Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 27th through the 29th. Volunteers will be on hand at Coborn's Grocery, Emily's Bakery, WalMart and at SEAS Church before and after weeknd Mass. Say hello to the volunteers, take a tootsie roll and be as generous as you can so that the Knights of Columbus can continue their community work. If you have questions, contact Keith Slavik, 651-437-8039.

April 27 and 28:

Our Saviour's Lutheran Church Garage and Bake Sale: The annual event is back and bigger than ever. The youth of the church will hold the garage and bake sale to help in funding camp, mission trips, Servant Road and the Our Saviour's community. Help is needed from the youth and others in signing up for setting up the sale, working during the sale and the clean up that follows. The Sale will take place on Friday, the 27th from 9-5:30 and again on Saturday, the 28th from 9am until 1. Donations of items in near new or excellent condition can be made by calling the your director- Jim VerBout at 651-263-6129.

April 28:

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off and Hastings Spring Clean Up Day: A combined effort that will allow Hastings Residents to bring items such as appliances($15 per item), construction debris($15-35 based on load sizes), scrap Iron ($5-10 depending on size) carpet or Furniture($5-10 per item), Tires ($4-10 dependent on size)and miscellaneous materials by car, truck or trailer for disposal($20-40 depending on content). A full list along with fees charged for some items can be found on the Hastings City Website www.hastingsmn.gov- Dakota County residents can bring hazardous waste such as lawn and garden chemicals, combustible, poisonous or corrosive items, fluorescent light bulbs, cell phones, laptops, stereos, radios and VCR/DVD players for free disposal. Items such as computer monitors and TV's have a $10.00 per item fee charged for disposal. Everyone must show valid ID for proof of residency.

Hours are from 9am until 1 pm. Held at the Cal Ruedy Public Works Facility, 1225 Progress Drive, Hastings.

April 28:

Spring and Summer Birds with Judith Sparrow A presentation will take place at the Prescott Public library on Saturday, April 28th at 10:30 am on the magnificant Spring and Summer Backyard birds that can be seen very soon in a tree or on a bird feeder or bath near you. Judith Sparrow, who has more than 37 years of experience at birding has a backyard bird list of an impressive 92 species. She will share her tips on attracting and identifying birds during her one hour presentation that is open to the public. There is no cost to attend

April 28:

Hootenany lX: Coming up this Saturday, the 9th annual Hootenanny Music Festival held in downtown Hastings. Eight Venues and dozens of performers will fill the city with all genres of musical offerings. A five dollar donation for each venue visited is suggested for this annual stroll to benefit the music programs at Hastings Middle school. Logowear also available with performances beginning at 6:30pm. Venues include The Busted Nut Bar and Grill, 2nd Street Depot, Lock and Dam Eatery, The Hastings American Legion, The Onion Grille, Fireside Social House, Spiral Brewery, and Country Nites Saloon. Finale at the Busted Nut with a 15 minute set honoring Tom Petty at 1:45 AM.

April 29:

Hastings Community All are Welcome Event: A continuted community conversation will take place on Sunday, April 29th in the Hastings HS Commons from 6:00-7:30 pm that information provided by Hastings Middle School principal Mark Zuzek . The City of Hastings and Hastings Public Schools are committed to the sustained effort to ensure that everyone in Hastings has access to all that this community has to offer. Organizers hope that several hundred community members will attend the event to gain insight on how Hastings can ensure equity and inclusion in all opportunities. Small groups will gather to discuss inclusion within the school and the community at large. Table talks will focus on developing conversations that address real issues that divide and also those that can unite students and families to be part of a shared community experience. Please register using the Sign up genius link: https://goo.gl/5j7qwv. You may sign up as an individual or as an organization. To host a table, please bring 6-8 people with you and a table will be reserved for you.

MAY

May 1:

River Valley Band Spring Concert: This concert is the last performance for their season. The location has been moved to the Hastings Middle School and will begin at 7 PM. The band is comprised of musicians of all ages who meet weekly to continue their enjoyment of playing in an ensemble. Directed by Rufino Ochoada. Doors open at 6:30 pm.

May 1:

Concert at Pleasant Hill Library: The Riverchase Quartet is coming to Pleasant Hill Library on Tuesday, May 1st, from 1 to2 PM. Enjoy four-part harmony, corny jokes, and refreshments. This presentation is a part of Pleasant Hills Silver Teas series, intended for audiences 55 and over. There is no cost for the show. Pleasant Hill Library is located at 1490 S Frontage Road, in Hastings. For questions call the library at 651-438-0200.

May 2-June 24:

Orange Dragon Art Gallery Spring Exhibit:The Orange Dragon Art Gallery Spring Exhibit is the next rotation of quality local art that will be displayed at the Prescott venue, 122 Orange Street. An opening reception will take place on Friday, May 4th from 5-7:30pm. Find out more at the Orange Dragon website www.orangedragongallery.org. Phone 715-262-4122

May 3:

The Cost of Care Course: Learn more about the cost of Care with a course that will be offered at the Hastings Area Senior Center on Thursday, May 3rd beginning at 1:00 p.m. Studies show that the vast majority of Americans wish to remain in their home through end of life. However, Medicare supplement and health insurance plans do not pay for on-going care in your home. This course will providel the assorted options including long term care insurance and cost of care in the home setting through various stages and circumstances of life. The seminar is provided by Morning Glory Home Care. Register in the Welcome Center at the Tilden Center or call 480-7689.

May 3:

DCA Title Anniversary Chamber Event: On Thursday, May 3rd, DCA Title invites you to help them celebrate 60 years in business by attending the Hastings Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau Business After Hours Event. The Onion Grille, 100 Sibley Street, will host the event from 5 to 6:30 PM, and there will be prize drawings, appetizers, and a cash bar. DCA Title will be collecting for Hastings Family Service. For questions, contact the Chamber at 651-437-6775.

May 3:

National Day of Prayer Breakfast:The local event that will be held as part of the National Day of Prayer will be held at Dakota Pines Golb Club, 2015 Westview Drive in Hastings on May 3rd. Doors will open at 6:30am with the program taking place from 7to 8. The event is an annual observance inviting people of all faiths to pray for the nation. Tickets can be purchased online at rezumc.org/events Cost is 11 dollars.

May 3:

How to Pay for the Nursing Home, A Lawyer's Perspective: This informative session will take place on Thursday, May 3rd at the Tilden Community Center from 6:30 -8pm. Steve Ledin will provide important things to consider involving estate planning and the increases in nursing home care costs. Find out how to navigate this possiblity and what you should do to prepare during this workshop. Cost is $9 each or $15 per couple to attend. Register at Community Ed, 651-480-7670.

May 4:

Arbor Day Celebration:The Hastings Parks and Recreation Department invites everyone to the Annual Arbor Day Celebration, on Friday, May 4th, at 1PM at Tierney Park, 1416 Todd Way, in Hastings. Starting at 1 PM, activities include a welcome session, refreshments, a tree planting demonstration, and tips for planting, mulching, and watering trees. Parks and Rec recommends that those planning to attend bring a pair of work gloves and a pointed shovel or a garden rake. For questions, contact Hastings Recreation Programming Specialist Paige Marschall Bigler at 651-480-6182.

May 5:

Parks and Trails Clean Up:The Hastings Parks and Recreation Department will hold an Annual Parks and Trails Clean Up day, on Saturday, May 5th. Parks and Rec is asking for groups to register for the clean up by April 13th. On Clean Up Day, the Kickoff event will be held at Vermillion Falls Park at 9AM with a safety brief, and free refreshments of doughnuts, rolls, fruit, water and coffee. At 9:30, teams will head off to their assigned parks to conduct the clean up. Recycling and trash bags will be provided by the City, but participants are asked to bring their own work gloves. For questions, contact Hastings Recreation Programming Specialist Paige Marschall Bigler at 651-480-6182.

May 5:

Run for the Roses at This Old Horse:The 2018 Run for the Roses fundraiser for This Old Horse will take place on Saturday, May 5th Several levels of sponsorship are available for this annual Spring event , held just west of Hastings at 19025 Coates Blvd. A four furlong that's a half mile Kids Stick Horse Derby will get out of the starting gates at 9:30 and the 5K run begins at 10. Register online at www.thisoldhorse.org. More details can be seen on the KDWA.com website under the community events page. Phone 651-437-1889

2018 Registration Fees- Individual: $30 early bird / $35 regular ;Team Member: $27 early bird / $30 regular; Virtual Runner: $20; Couch Potato: $20; Minor: $20 the Four Furlong Stick Horse Derby: $20

May 6:

Introduction to Morels and Spring MushroomsSpring means mushrooms! Do you want to learn how to successfully find and safely identify wild mushrooms including the famously elusive morel mushroom? Join Tim Clemens of Ironwood Foraging Co. on a free guided outdoor mushroom walk for beginning and experienced mushroom hunters. Dress for spring weather. We will have an indoor presentation on spring mushrooms and mushroom hunting tips in case of severe weather. The event takes place at the Great River Road Visitor And Learning Center, 200 Monroe Street, Prescott, WI, 54021 from 1 to 2 PM.

1:00pm - 2:00pm

May 10-12:

Shrek Auditions: Black Dirt Theater will hold auditions for their summer musical Shrek beginning on May 10th, 11th and 12th. Kids 12 and under audition for this summer musical on thursday, May 10th from 5:30-8:30 pm, Adults 13 and up audition on Friday, May 11th from 6-9pm or on Saturday, May 12th from 9-11AM. All auditions take palce at the Hastings High School Commons. Callbacks will be from 12:30-2:30 pm , also at the High school. Each audition will take about 40 minutes and is done in groups of between 6-8 people. Arrive at the Hastings High School Commons area to check in 5 minutes before your audition time slot. Those auditioning should bring a calendar of any conflicts you may have between the rehearsal dates beginning June 1st to the performance end date of August 7th. Those with audition or production questions, please call Katie Zuzek at 651-387-1805. Performance dates for Shrek will be selected dates from the Dress Rehersal Family Preview Show on Friday, July 27th- 7:00 pm through Sunday, August 5th.

Saturday, July 28th- 7:00 pm

Sunday, July 29th- 2:00 pm

Wednesday, August 1st- 7:00 pm

Thursday, August 2nd- 7:00 pm

Saturday, August 4th- 7:00 pm

Sunday, August 5th- 2:00 pm

Prodution STRIKE- August 6th

May 10:

Calligraphy Course at Pleasant Hill Library: Improve your writing skills at Pleasant Hill Librarys Calligraphy 101 class, scheduled for Thursday, May 10th, from 6 to 8 PM. Learn the techniques, styles, and materials of both traditional and modern calligraphy. Experiment with different fonts and materials to create your own decorative phrase. Calligraphy 101 will be presented by Jen Anfinson. The course is free, but registration is required. Register by calling the library at 651-438-0200.

May 11:

St. Johns Catholic School Farmily Dance Night: A Family Dance Night is scheduled for Friday, May 11th from 6:30-8:30 pm. For more information or to schedule a visit, contact the school at 651-437-2644.

May 12:

Mothers Day Tea The popular event held at the LeDuc Historic Estate in Hastings is a great way to celebrate with Mom. A three course meal will be paired with several teas. Live music and costumed reenactors will be included as well as a tour of the grand house at the end of the third course. Tickets are $40 per person or $35 if a member of the Dakota County Historical Society. Seating is limited and few remain. Contact the LeDuc to inquire about current availability. 651-438-8480.

May 12:

Hastings Bike Tour: The first Hastings bike tour is scheduled to get underway on Saturday, May 12th with a choice of 2 ways to pedal your way around Hastings for the morning ride. A ten mile scenic Circuit and a 4 mile Riverfront ride will be offered with a guided scenic and historical interpretive component to both tours which will begin and end at Levee Park. The ride will take place between 9 am and noon and a rain date has been set for Saturday, May 19th at the same time. Registration can be found on the city website with a cost of 5 dollars per rider required. If you have questions call Paige at 480-6182.

May 12:

TLC Open House:TLC of Hastings and the Pregnancy Resource Center are settling in to their new location and will host an Open House for the community on Saturday, May 12th from 10:00 am to Noon. Their new space is located at 1125 South Frontage Road, Suite in Hastings and the event will showcase the facility with tours, refreshments, a ribbon cutting , a blessing and some terrific silent auction items. Executive Director Andrea Kullman is looking forward to the future of serving those who may have questions or pregnancy health needs. Contact them by calling 651-437-4200 or visit them online at: http://supporttlchastings.com

May 12:

Jessie Diggins Meet and Greet in Afton: Everyone is invited to Afton on Saturday, May 12th as the town welcomes home Olympic Gold Medal winner Jessie Diggins. Come to the Old Village Town Square between noon and 5 PM to meet Jessie. The gold medal will be on display and there will be autograph signing and photo opportunities. Please be aware that St. Croix Trail in Afton will be closed to through traffic during the event. Direct questions to stan@aftonparade.com.

May 15:

Dance Instruction: With Springtime comes the wedding season. If you need to learn, or brush up, on your dancing abilities, join 3-time “USA Dance” Champion Monica Mohn and Hastings Community Education for the Wedding Dance Crash Course. On Tuesday, May 15th, from 7 to 9 PM at Hastings Senior High 1st Floor B Area, Monica will familiarize students with common wedding dances, such as the Waltz, the Rumba and the Foxtrot. The course is designed for couples only, and cost is $39 per couple. Registration is online at hastingscommunityed.com. There is a 6 couple minimum and 25 couple maximum attendance requirement.

May 18:

All Saints Music Festival: Held at the Little Log Village south of Hastings. A command return appearance by Twin Cities favorite HAIRBALL, the explosive rock and roll experience that spans the decades with tributes to more than 15 powerhouse groups. The gates will open at 6 with the TC Cats opening the music at 6:15 and HAIRBALL taking the stage at 9PM. Ages 18+ are welcome. Tickets in advance- $20 and $25 at the door. Fundraiser for the 5 rural Catholic Parishes. More info at www.allsaintsmusicfestival.com

May 21:

HHS Senior Awards Night: The annual Awards Night at Hastings Senior High School will be held on Monday, May 21st, starting at 7:30 PM in the Auditorium. Local scholarship winners for 2018 will be announced, and the event will honor selected students for outstanding achievement in academic and non-athletic activities. Included in the evening is an Achievement Fair at 6 PM, and the Jazz Ensemble, directed by Jim Jacobsen, will perform at 7PM. This special event is open to the public

May 23:

Healthy Aging Day: The event will take place from 9am until noon at the Hastings YMCA, 85 Pleasant Drive, sponsored by Community Education, Hastings Senior Center, Augustana Care Hastings, Park Ridge Apartments, Oak Ridge Assisted Living, and Memory Care and the Hastings Family YMCA. The special event will include vendors, food, break-out information sessions, Door prizes, free reusable shopping bag, dementia friendly training and more. A shredding truck will also be onsite from 9-11am with a minimal cost of $5 charged per car. All ages are welcome.

May 23:

Chamber Cruise Event: Wednesday, May 23rd sounds like the perfect day to get out of the office after a hard winter. The Hastings Area Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau invites members and their guests to a Fajita and Margarita Cruise on the Afton Cruise Lines Afton Princess. Boarding begins at 5:30 PM, and the cruise returns at 7:30. Registration is required, and cost is $23.84 per person, which also covers tax and port fee. Register by contacting Afton House Inn and Cruise Line at 651-436-8883.

JUNE

June 2:

Saturday Night Cruise In: The Downtown Business Association is continuing its widely popular Cruise-In events for classic cars models 1976 and older, beginning on June 2nd, with shows every other Saturday through August 25th. Time of show is 5-9pm. Please observe marked parking areas and time restrictions for show parking so that local business can be have space for their customers earlier in the day. Contact the Hastings Downtown Business Association for registration information.

June 4:

Water Walking at HFAC:The Hastings Aquatic Center is offering an excellent low-impact workout this Summer called Water Walking. It is an at-your-own-pace style of workout that will get your blood flowing. Sessions start on June 4th, and run on Saturdays, from 8 to 9 AM. Cost is $4 per class, or with the purchase of a Season Pass or Punch Card. To sign up, or for questions, contact the Center at 651-480-2385.

June 5:

Water Fitness Program: The Hastings Aquatic Center invites fitness minded people to the Centers Water Fitness Program. Starting June 5th, classes are scheduled for Tuesdays and Thursdays, at 7:30 to 8:15 PM, and Saturdays, from 7:15 to 8 AM, with no class on July 4th. The Water Fitness class has low to high intensity workouts, and no prior swimming ability is needed. Cost is $4 per class, or with the purchase of a Season Pass or Punch Card. To sign up, or for questions, contact the Center at 651-480-2385.

June 5:

Summer Kick Off Party: Introduction of programming in Veterans Memorial Levee Park. Free community event with a comedy show, the MN Zoo Mobile, inflatables, balloon artist, treats and family activities. Schedules of the summer fun taking place along the Riverwalk. All ages welcome. Time 5:30-8PM.

June 16:

Saturday Night Cruise In: The Downtown Business Association is continuing its widely popular Cruise-In events for classic cars 1976 and older, with shows every other Saturday through August 25th. Time of show is 5-9pm. Please observe marked parking areas and time restrictions for show parking so that local business can be have space for their customers earlier in the day. Contact the Hastings Downtown Business Association for registration information.

June 21:

PGA Gold Fundraiser 100 holes for Hope: The Minnesota PGA and its charitable arm, PGA REACH Minnesota, and Treasure Island Resort & Casino, in conjunction with the Minnesota Department of Veteran Affairs, are proud to host the inaugural 100 Holes for HOPE on Thursday, June 21st, at Mount Frontenac Golf Course in Frontenac. The mission is to involve PGA Professionals, military veterans and other golf enthusiasts in a marathon round of 100 holes on the longest day of the year, June 21st. The day will also include golf clinics for veterans and their families as well as a celebration at the conclusion of the day. Proceeds from 100 Holes for HOPE will benefit PGA REACH Minnesota; specifically, its PGA Helping Our Patriots Everywhere program as well as Disabled American Veterans. Native Americans serve in the U.S. military in greater numbers than any other ethnic group and the Prairie Island Indian Community, which owns Treasure Island and Mount Frontenac Golf Course is proud to host this inaugural event for veterans. For more information on how to participate or get involved, please visit 100holesforhope.com.

June 27-Aug 26:

Orange Dragon Art Gallery Summer Exhibit: The Orange Dragon Art Gallery Summer Exhibit will highlight quality local art displayed at the Prescott, Wisconsin venue, 122 Orange Street. An opening reception will take place on Friday, July 6th from 5-7:30 pm. Find out more at the Orange Dragon website www.orangedragongallery.org-Phone 715-262-4122

June 30:

Saturday Night Cruise In: The Downtown Business Association is continuing its widely popular Cruise-In events for classic cars 1976 and older, with shows every other Saturday through August 25th. Time of show is 5-9pm. Please observe marked parking areas and time restrictions for show parking so that local business can be have space for their customers earlier in the day. Contact the Hastings Downtown Business Association for registration information.

JULY

July 14:

Saturday Night Cruise In: The Downtown Business Association is continuing its widely popular Cruise-In events for classic cars 1976 and older, with shows every other Saturday through August 25th. Time of show is 5-9pm. Please observe marked parking areas and time restrictions for show parking so that local business can be have space for their customers earlier in the day. Contact the Hastings Downtown Business Association for registration information.

July 27-August 5:

Black Dirt Theater presents Shrek the Musical: Held at the Hastings High school. Performance dates for Shrek will be selected dates from the Dress Rehersal Family Preview Show on Friday, July 27th- 7:00 pm through Sunday, August 5th. Tickets at the door and also online- www.blackdirttheatre.com

Saturday, July 28th- 7:00 pm

Sunday, July 29th- 2:00 pm

Wednesday, August 1st- 7:00 pm

Thursday, August 2nd- 7:00 pm

Saturday, August 4th- 7:00 pm

Sunday, August 5th- 2:00 pm

Production STRIKE- August 6th

July 28:

Saturday Night Cruise In: The Downtown Business Association is continuing its widely popular Cruise-In events for classic cars 1976 and older, with shows every other Saturday through August 25th. Time of show is 5-9pm. Please observe marked parking areas and time restrictions for show parking so that local business can be have space for their customers earlier in the day. Contact the Hastings Downtown Business Association for registration information.

AUGUST

August 11:

Saturday Night Cruise In: The Downtown Business Association is continuing its widely popular Cruise-In events for classic cars 1976 and older, with shows every other Saturday through August 25th. Time of show is 5-9pm. Please observe marked parking areas and time restrictions for show parking so that local business can be have space for their customers earlier in the day. Contact the Hastings Downtown Business Association for registration information.

August 22:

Annual Senior Center Picnic: The annual Senior Center Picnic will be held on Wednesday, August 22nd at 5:30 pm. Burgers and brats will be grilled by the Hastings Lions Club. cost is $5 per person. Register at the Center so we can plan accordingly. 651-480-7689.

August 25:

Saturday Night Cruise In: The Downtown Business Association is continuing its widely popular Cruise-In events for classic cars 1976 and older, with shows every other Saturday through August 25th. Time of show is 5-9pm. Please observe marked parking areas and time restrictions for show parking so that local business can be have space for their customers earlier in the day. Contact the Hastings Downtown Business Association for registration information.

August 29-October 28:

Orange Dragon Art Gallery Fall Exhibit: The Orange Dragon Art Gallery Fall Exhibit will be the next opportunity to see quality local art displayed at the Prescott, Wisconsin venue, located at 122 Orange Street. An opening reception will be held on Friday, September 7th from 5-7:30 pm. Find our more at their website- www.orangedragongallery.org -Phone 715-262-4122

SEPTEMBER

September 7

Orange Dragon Reception

OCTOBER

October 31-December 23:

Orange Dragon Art Gallery Holiday Exhibit: The Orange Dragon Art Gallery Holiday Exhibit will help get your holiday shopping done- even it's for yourself! The Opening Reception will be held on November 2nd from 5-7:30 pm with a Holiday reception taking place on December 7th from 5-7:30 pm. Find out more at their website- www.orangedragongallery.org- Phone 715-262-4122

 

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