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JUNE

Throughout Month

Hastings Tennis Association Several opportunities for Open doubles Tennis for Seniors (55 and better), Adults, and high and Middle School aged students . Adult programs include singles leagues, and women's and Men's doubles. Connect with them at www.hastingstennis.org. Some Try it Free events will take place and games will be held at the HHS tennis courts.

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.

Every Tuesday:

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

Through 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

Through June 30:

Lewis House Fundraiser: St. Anne's Council of Catholic Women is seeking donations for the Lewis House, a safe haven for women and children who are victims of domestic abuse. The most needed food donations are cooking and baking supplies, peanut butter, rice, pasta, and other cereals, and canned goods, such as vegetable, fruit and tuna. Other household needs include clothing, kitchenware, linens, and personal care items. A complete list of need items is listed below. Go to 360communities.org for complete donation information.

Complete list of needed items:

Cooking and baking items

Peanut butter

Canned fish and meat

Canned fruit and vegetables

Rice, pasta and cereal

Gasoline gift cards

Target, Wal-Mart, Walgreens and CVS gift cards

Silverware, cooking utensils, and dishes

Pots, pans, and bakeware

At-a-glance Calendars (day, week, and month formats)

Diapers, size 4 and up, and diaper rash ointment

Baby wipes and baby wash

Baby formula

Vaseline

New bath towels and wash cloths

New comforters

New twin sheet sets

New mini and portable crib sheet sets

New pajamas and bath robes, all sizes

Shampoo and conditioner

Ethnic hair care products

Body wash and body lotion

Ladies razors and deodorant

Combs and brushes

Child and adult versions of Advil, Tylenol and cold medicines

This Summer on Saturdays

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.

Through July 20:

Nominations for Outstanding Pierce County Senior Citizen: Residents of Pierce County should consider making a nomination of their favorite Pierce County Senior Citizen. Anyone over 60 can be nominated and the entry form is simple to complete. The three top choices will be announced on Friday, August 10th at a special presentation made at this year's Pierce County Fair, which is held in Ellsworth. Some key elements of the award is that Pierce County Residents at least 60 years of age by July 1st, 2018 are eligible. The entrant must sign the release form at the end of the entry form acknowledging they are being considered for the honor and the deadline for the nomination is July 20th. The winners will be notified by letter. An entry form can be obtained by calling the Pierce County Fair Office at 715-273-6874 or visiting www.co.pierce.wi.us/fair/fair_main.php and click on Most Admired Senior Citizen. Entry form should be completely filled out and must be accompanied by a photo of the entrant. Mail to: Pierce County Fair, Attn: Ann M. Webb, 364 N. Maple - Box 922, Ellsworth, WI 54011. This year's fair takes place August 9th through the 12th and the theme is "The All County Reunion."

June 11-Aug 13:

School of Self Defense: offered through Hastings Community education. Mon Jun 11-Aug 13 - Young Americans school of self-defense, (10-10:45 am Absolute Beginners; 11-11:45 am Intermediate & Advanced students) ages 3-15 years, $75-10 sessions; Held at Hastings High School

June 12-21:

Youth Tennis Lessons: Offered through Hastings Community Education. Tue-Wed-Thu Jun 12-21 - Youth Tennis Lessons (morning times vary depending on grade grouping), $55, Held on the Hastings High School Courts

June 18:

Cap-Tel Phone Demonstration: Find out about CAp-Tel Phones in a presentation that will take place at the senior center in Hastings on Monday, June 18th at 10 am. Special technology allows those with hearing loss to not only hear with amplification but also to see the words spoken by your caller displayed in large block letters on the Captioned Telephones screen that are made available free of charge through the FCC under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Representatives from Cap Tel will be at the event to help sign you up for this free equipment.

June 18:

Hastings City Council Meeting: Held at 7 pm at the Hastings City Hall. Agenda can be viewed on the city's website. www.hastingsmn.gov

June 19:

Hastings Heritage Preservation Commission meeting: Held in the Volunteer Room upstairs in the Hastings city hall at 7 PM.

June 19:

Let's Go Fishing Outing: A great opportunity for Seniors is offered through the Hastings Senior Center. Let's go Fishing and Let's go Boating events are scheduled for June 6th, 11th 19th and 25th from 10am until noon. If you plan to fish off the spacious pontoon craft, all you need is your license. Everything else is provided. Poles, Bait and lifejackets will be waiting for those who would like to get out and spend the morning enjoying time on the water. Call Laurie to reserve your space. 651-480-7689.

June 18-21:

SkyHawks Sports Camp: Offered through Hastings Community Education. Mon-Thu Jun 18-21 - Skyhawks “Mini-Hawks” soccer-tball-basketball (8:30-11:30 am), ages 4-7 years, $109

June 18-August 13:

Junior Fun Golf League: Offered through Hastings Community Education. Mon Jun 18-Aug 13 - Junior Fun Golf League (9-11 am), ages 7-16 years, $100, Takes place at Bellwood Oaks Golf Course

June 18-21:

Destination Mars Space Camp: Offered through Hastings Community Eduation. Mon-Thu Jun 18-21 - NEW!    Destination Mars (9 am-12 pm), gr. 2-5, $129

June 18-20:

Star Wars Robotic Builders: Offered through Hastings Community Eduation.Mon-Wed Jun 18-20 - NEW!    Star Wars Robotic Builders (9 am-12 pm), gr. 1-5, $105

June 18-21:

Youth Horse Camp: Held in Rural Hastings. Offered through Hastings community Education. Call for current availability. Mon-Thu Jun 18-21 - NEW!    Youth Horse Camp (9 am-4 pm), ages 4-17 years, $400

June 18-21:

Learn to Fence:For beginners or to develop existing skills. Mon-Thu Jun 18-21 - Fencing (12-3 pm), gr. 2-8, $129

June 18-July 9:

Youth Golf lessons: Mon Jun 18-Jul 9 - Little Linksters Golf Lessons (12-12:40 pm), ages 5-9 years, $39

June 18:

Green Screen Demo Course: If you've always wondered about recording a video with the use of a green screen, you have a great opportunity twice this summer at Pleasant Hill Library. The one hour courses are free to attend and will involve learning the basics of green screen use, importing the footage with iMac editing your work and then sharing it. Registration is required and the course is geared for those ages 12 and above. Course held on Monday, June 18th from 3-4 pm and again on Monday, August 6th from 3-4. Contact the Library to register. 651-438-2000,

June 20:

Natural Challenges at CNC- Yoga on the Bluff: Experience the beauty of the St. Croix River while moving through a combination of yoga sequences designed to align the body and mind. Bring your own mat. Program Fee: $6 per person for one session or $30 per person for all six sessions (June 20, June 27, July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1). Time of activity is 6:30-7:30 pm. The event is offered FREE for Hastings YMCA and CNC members, although a donation to help cover the cost of instruction is greatly appreciated. Please RSVP by calling 651-437-4359.

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 21:

Make Music Day in Hastings: Hosted at Levee Park, Roadside Park, Lions Park and Oliver's Grove Park from 7 am until 9:30pm. Ten groups of musicians will perform hour long sets in outdoor parks located throughout Hastings. This is the 2nd annual event which features volunteer performances and family friendly music in a wide variety of styles. The day begins with the Dixieland Pickup Band from 7-8am at 4th and Vermillion; The Spavin Family Band will play a variety of music at Levee Park from 8:30-9:30 am; Tom and Dave Jazz Duo will play at the Rotary Pavilion from 10-11am; The Rose Creek Boys folk and bluegrass group will play at Roadside Park from 11:30-12:30 pm; The Bored Rock group will perform at Lions Park from 1-2 pm; Creative Crones, Cronies and Hastings Vets hand drumming group plays at Lions Park from 2:30-3:30pm; Pete Likes and Friends play show tunes, country and rock from 4-5pm in Oliver's Grove Park; The Montes play indie rock from 5:30-6:30 at Oliver's Grove Park; Nick Fox and the MetroGnomes play classic rock from 7-8pm at Levee Park and Cosmic Fuse rock fusion group play from 8:30-9:30 at Levee Park. In the event of rain, all groups will perform at scheduled times at the Hastings Arts Center, 216 East 4th Street. Questions?, contact Paige at Hastings Parks and Rec. 651-480-6182.

June 22:

Public Bird Banding at CNC: If you've ever wondered how bird banding is done, the volunteers at Carpenter's Nature Center will welcome the public to to see songbirds up close and learn about the birds who share our ecosystem. Banding runs continuously for the full 3 ½ hours, but visitors may come and go at any time. Please call 651-437-4359 to RSVP so they know you are coming. Donations of bird seed or suet will be greatly appreciated in lieu of a program fee. Time of event is between 8:30 a.m. - Noon. Held at the Minnesota Campus, 12355 St. Croix Trail S., Hastings.

June 23:

Carpenter Nature Center St. Croix Valley Scramble:Enjoy a day of golf at the Afton Alps Golf Course in support of Carpenter Nature Center. All proceeds fund environmental education and habitat conservation at CNC. Whether you’re an experienced or beginning golfer, you’ll have fun at this 18-hole best ball tournament with shotgun start. Meals are catered by Colossal Café. Fees include box lunches, green fees, carts, dinner, and a donation to CNC. Hole sponsorships are available. Visit the CNC website or call Erika at 651-437-4359 to request a registration form. Fee: $95 per golfer or $380 for a team of four. There will be a 1 p.m. shotgun start.

June 23:

Release the Beasts: Postponed from earlier due to weather concerns, join the magnificant horses of This Old Horse as they turn the horses out into the pasture. Time of release about 10am weather permitting. 19025 Coates Blvd, just west of Hastings.

June 25:

Let's Go Fishing Outing: A great opportunity for Seniors is offered through the Hastings Senior Center. Let's go Fishing and Let's go Boating events are scheduled for June 6th, 11th 19th and 25th from 10am until noon. If you plan to fish off the spacious pontoon craft, all you need is your license. Everything else is provided. Poles, Bait and lifejackets will be waiting for those who would like to get out and spend the morning enjoying time on the water. Call Laurie to reserve your space. 651-480-7689.

June 25:

Community Training Session on Unconscious Bias: Two upcoming opportunities will be offered in response to the Diversity and Equity feedback received. A community training session, led by the YMCA Equity Innovation Center, will be held on Monday, June 25th at the Hastings High School Commons from 6 to 9 p.m. The session is entitled, “The Hidden Brain and Unconscious Bias”, and will help attendees to understand how uncovering the unconscious bias we each have can help move to thoughts and behaviors that lead to greater equity and inclusion. We encourage all interested citizens, businesses, and community leaders to register to attend this impactful training opportunity. The training is being offered to the community at no charge, courtesy of the YMCA and ISD 200. If you are interested in attending, please register on Sign up Genius. The link is available on the initiative website: www.hastingsmn.gov/equity.

A second event will be a continuation of the Community Conversation begun in April. Attendees will have a chance to review the group feedback collected and dig deeper into the main topics that emerged. That event will be held on July 16 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Hastings High School in the lower level Commons Area. No registration is required, but a Facebook event is set up.

If you would like to follow this initiative, but are unable to attend one of the sessions, please register your interest on the project website: www.hastingsmn.gov/equity. Separate registrations are available for citizens and for businesses or groups. For more information on a specific event, or to request an interpreter, please contact ­­­­­Kari Gorr at 651-480-7670 or kgorr@hastings.k12.mn.us.

June 26:

Youth Archery at CNC: Children ages 6-12 years are invited to visit CNC to learn the basics of archery from local experts. Start with learning about archery technique and safety, and then try your hand at shooting a bow and arrow. No experience necessary, and all equipment is provided. This program is being offered for free thanks to a generous grant from the MN DNR and our expert volunteer team. Please call 651-437-4359 to register. Event is held from 5-7 PM.

June 27:

Natural Challenges at CNC- Yoga on the Bluff: Experience the beauty of the St. Croix River while moving through a combination of yoga sequences designed to align the body and mind. Bring your own mat. Program Fee: $6 per person for one session or $30 per person for all six sessions (June 20, June 27, July 11, July 18, July 25, August 1). Time of activity is 6:30-7:30 pm. The event is offered FREE for Hastings YMCA and CNC members, although a donation to help cover the cost of instruction is greatly appreciated. Please RSVP by calling 651-437-4359.

June 27:

Jewelry Roadshow:A jewelry roadshow will take place at the Pleasant Hill Library on Wednesday, June 27th from 6:30-8pm. Jen Anfinson, a diamond Specialist certified by the Gemological Institute of America will help guests discover the value and authenticity of a piece of jewelry. Learn about gold weights, metals, diamonds and other gemstones as well as valuations. Participant registration is required for appraisal and spectators are welcome. There is a limit of one item per person. Contact the Pleasant Hill Library to register. 651-438-2000.

June 28:

Rose Hill Uncovered: A program that will be presented by the Dakota County Public Library system will welcom State Archeologist Amanda Gronhovd to a unique presentation centering on the Rose Hill Cemetery that was unearthed in November of 2017 near Hastings. Gronhovd was one of the scientists on hand when the discovery was made and she will appear at the Pleasant Hill Library on Thursday, June 28th from 6:30-7:30 to discuss the fascinating find. All ages are welcome.

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 16:

Community Conversation Part 2: A second event will be a continuation of the Community Conversation held in April. Attendees will have a chance to review the group feedback collected and dig deeper into the main topics that emerged. That event will be held on July 16 from 6 to 7:30 p.m. at the Hastings High School in the lower level Commons Area. No registration is required, but a Facebook event is set up.

If you would like to follow this initiative, but are unable to attend one of the sessions, please register your interest on the project website: www.hastingsmn.gov/equity. Separate registrations are available for citizens and for businesses or groups. For more information on a specific event, or to request an interpreter, please contact ­­­­­Kari Gorr at 651-480-7670 or kgorr@hastings.k12.mn.us.

July 17:

Wood Tick Info: The middle of Summer is a good time to take a moment to refresh your knowledge about wood ticks. Dakota County Park naturalists will be at Pleasant hill Library on Tuesday, July 17th from 6:30 to 7:30 PM to help anyone learn everything there is to know about ticks. Attendees will learn to identify them, what roles they play in the ecosystem, and how to make sure you don’t bring any home with you. This free program is designed for people 10 years old and up. Register by logging on to dakotacounty.us/library.

July 18:

Miss Hastings Scholarship Competition: The 2018 Miss Hastings Scholarship Competition will take place on Wednesday, July 18th - Join them for a special evening as MHSP crowns Miss Hastings 2019! Featuring contestants from the Hastings School District area, you'll be dazzled by their talent and that of Miss Minnesota 2018 as well as Miss Minnesota's Outstanding Teen 2018. Your hosts Mike Bremer of HCTV's "Take a Hike, Mike!" and Hastings native Miss Minnesota 2015 Rachel Latuff Betterley will entertain you! Rub elbows with several former Miss Hastings, including our first, JoAnn Viall, who will celebrate the 60th anniversary of her crowning in 1958. Last, but not least, keep your eyes open for titleholders from across the state in their crowns and The Honorable Paul Hicks, Mayor of Hastings, to cap off this once-in-a-lifetime event! Tickets go on sale Monday, June 18th at noon. Locations and prices will be announced soon. Check misshastings.org for updates. You won't want to miss it!

July 20-22:

Hastings Rivertown Days: 40th Annual celebration with music, carnival, beer garden,craft fair and so much more. And this year, the main stage and carnival has been moved to Levee Park. Find the entire schedule at www.hastingsmn.org/rivertown-days

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 All performances held at the Hastings High School Auditorium.

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 18:

HHS Class of 1978 40th Reunion: Hastings Class of 1978 announces its 40 Year Reunion on Saturday, August 18th at 5:00pm. The class will gather around dinner and a social hour with live music at Dakota Pines Golf Club, 2015 Westview Drive, in Hastings. Cost is $45.00 per person. Also scheduled is a Friday Golf Day, and a Friday Night Social at Dugarels Bar at 7:00 PM. Those interested in the Friday Golf Outing should call Paul Caneff at 651-785-5424. Please order your dinner tickets in advance at   hastingsclassof78.myevent.com.

August 22:

Senior Center Picnic: The Annual Senior Center Picnic for the Hastings Area Senior Center will be held on Wednesday, August 22nd in the Tilden Center Back yard. Cose is $5 per person for members and $7 for non-Center members. Burgers and Brats will be grilled by members of the Hastings Lions Club, salads and other items will be provided by Ptaceks IGA of Prescott. Register anytime this summer in the Welcome Center, payment must accompany registration. Volunteers are also needed for set-up, serving and Clean up. The event will be moved into the gym if it rains.

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.

Aug 25:

Carpenter St. Croix Valley Art Festival: CNC welcomes you to celebrate art and nature on their Wisconsin Campus. Enjoy music, fine arts and crafts, and food from local artisans. Take in the beautiful scenery of this outdoor event, and visit the CNC tent to meet some of their live animal ambassadors. This event will take place rain or shine, so come prepared for the weather. A portion of all proceeds support environmental education and habitat conservation at Carpenter Nature Center. Time of event is between 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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:

Hastings Area Rotary Concert: Benefit to continue the work done by the Rotary at the Rotary Pavilion in Levee Memorial Park. Tickets available from any Rotarian. More info soon.

September 7:

Orange Dragon Reception Held at the Orange Dragon Art Gallery in Prescott. More info soon.

September 7-9:

Prescott Daze Festival: Held in Prescott there is something for everyone. Car Show, Street dance, Kids event, Parade and so much more. Check out the full schedule on their website. www.prescottdaze.com. Register for the parade, nominate your choice for Grand Marshal, join the volunteers to make this year the best ever. Contact Courtney Hale Lamb @gmail.com to help out.

September 9:

Autumn in the Valley Gala: Join Carpenter Nature Center’s Board of Directors for a wonderful evening along the bluffs of the St. Croix River. Guests enjoy tours of the trails, mingling near the gardens, silent auction and live auctions, and dinner catered by Lake Elmo Inn. Sponsorships at all levels are available. Auction donations are welcomed. To become a sponsor, volunteer, or arrange to donate an auction item, please contact Erika at 651-437-4359. 4:00-9:00 p.m.

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

NOVEMBER

November 8:

Church Basement Ladies All new Show- You Smell Barn: Bus tour to the Ames Center in Burnsville departs at 10:45 am and returns at 4 pm. Reservation deadline with payment of $73 per person is due October 11th. You may also register in person at Hastings Community Education, 310 River Street. The 7th Church Basement presentation features plenty of laughs , music and fun for the entire family. Fee includes turkey luncheon, tax , tip and show ticket.

 

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