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SEPTEMBER

Through 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

Through October 14:

Tickets on Sale for Hastings HS Alumni Banquet:The Hastings High School Alumni Association will hold its annual banquet and meeting Sunday, Oct. 14, at the Onion Grille in downtown Hastings. Social hour begins at 5:15 p.m. with at 6 p.m. Short program and business meeting will be conducted. Cost is $30 per person.To make Reservations or to receive additional information , please contact Anne Blessing at 651-592-2725

Volunteer Opportunity -Ongoing:

Volunteers to tutor Audult English Language Learner:Volunteers are Needed to help at Tilden Community Center to work one on one with Adult English Language Learner students once a week or more… depending on your schedule. Focus is with the students' Pronunciation, Reading and Writing. No planning is involved, you just follow the curriculum provided by the teacher. Tilden Community Center is available from 9 am until noon Monday through Thursday and from 6 - 8:30 pm Mon. through Wed. For more information, please contact: Susie Evans (Text: 651-270-3266) (Call: 651-425-6634) (Email: greatriversaccess@gmail.com) All Volunteers must complete an online training through the Minnesota Literacy Council

September 6-Oct 1:

Puppy Training Sessions: Offered thru Hastings Community Education. Classes are 50 minutes (6:30-7:20 pm) Trainers ages 12+, $82, Rio Gran Dog Training facility, Fisher Street. www.hastingscommunityed.com

September 6-Oct 18:

Dog Obedience Introduction Sessions:Beginning Dog Obedience sessions offered thru Hastings Community Education will be held at Rio Gran Dog Training Facility, on Fisther Street just West of Hastings. 50 Minute classes (7:30-8:20 pm) For trainers ages 12+, Fee is $99. www.hastingscommunityed.com

September 7-Oct 12:

Equestrian Club: Offered through Hastings Community Education, the Equestrian Club will be held for one hour (6:30-7:30 pm) and include ages 5-adult, Cost is $240, Held at Cornerstone on the Vermillion Horse Complex, just west of Hastings. www.hastingscommunityed.com

September 25:

River Valley Band Practice: Our 8th Season. All band instruments welcome, practice held from 7-9 PM at the Hastings Middle School Band Room. Directed by Rufino Ochoada. Come to a practice and find out if this multigenerational ensemble is a good fit for you. All levels of experience are welcome.

September 25:

Work of Art Series- Kiva Info Session:Held at the Pleasant Hill Library from 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM. Registration is required and begins 9/11/2018 at 10:00 AM

Learn a new set of business skills with this professional development series geared for artist in the visual, performing and literary arts. Attend any or all sessions. Presented by Springboard for the Arts. Registration required. Learn how the Kiva microloan platform works and about matching funds, examples of successful artists' projects and best practices to help you find capital to expand or invest in your work.

September 26:

Manga Mania from Textile Center: Held at the Pleasant Hill Library from 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM. Registration is required and begins 9/12/2018 at 10:00 AM

Hand sew and embellish your favorite character or creature. Learn how to design and construct a miniature friend using vibrant colors of felt. Presented by the Textile Center. Registration required. Ages: 11-16.

September 26:

Powder Puff Football Game: This has been moved to Wednesday, 9/26 at the same time on Todd Field due to weather concerns.

September 27:

Learn to Use Accupressure for Stress Relief: A new way of lessening stress, dealing with anxiety and insomnia may be the found in a new pair of courses held at the Tilden Community Center. Molly Glasgow is an accupressurist, author and Facilitator who provides an interactive course, demonstrating the acupressure points to address a wide variety of issues ranging from grief , anger and exhaustion to stress and more through 2 sessions offered on Thursday, September 27th and on Thursday, November 1st, each from 6:30-8 pm in room #108. A maximum of 25 will be able to learn the self-care techniques that can be used at home or even at work to relieve some of these issues. Cost is $19 per session. Register online or at the Community Education office, 310 River Street in Hastings.www.hastingscommunityed.com

September 27:

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Community Training: Continuing the discussion of the diversity initiative will take place in a session held between 6-8 pm in the lecture center at the Hastings Middle School tonight, on Thursday, September 27th. This free, interactive session will be led by the YMCA Equity Innovation Center. We are each unique individuals that have been shaped by experiences, giftedness, abilities and cultural dimensions. It is easy to take a default view of each other that builds walls around our differences versus building bridges to understand. Using timeless researched resources like the Diversity Wheel and Dimensions of Culture, we will explore what makes each of us unique and embrace the community around us. This training will be held from 6-9 p.m. at the Hastings High School lecture hall on the second floor.

September 27:

Flu Shot Clinic at Hastings Senior Center: Takes place from 11am until 1:30 pm. Bring your healthcare card and wear short sleeves. Call Laurie at the center for more information- 651-480-7689

September 27:

Fun with Letters: Held at the Pleasant Hill Library from 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM. Registration is required and begins 9/13/2018 at 10:00 AM

Engage with your child through fun alphabet activities in this early literacy workshop. Sponsored in part by ECFE. Registration is required for each child. Children ages 0-6 and their caregivers.

September 27:

Fun With Letters At the Library:Pleasant Hill Library has scheduled Fun With Letters, where caregivers can engage with children, aged infant through 6, with fun alphabet activities in this early literacy workshop. Sponsored in part by ECFE. Registration is required for each child. Fun With Letters is set for Thursday, September 27th, from 6 to 7 PM. Register online at dakotacounty.us/libraries.   

September 27-October 4:

One Book, One Rosemount Community Read: The Rosemount Library invites everyone to read Turn Left At the Cow by Lisa Bullard as part of this year's One Book, One Rosemount community reading program. This coming-of-age mystery tells the story of a boy who discovers his dad may have been a bank robber in rural Minnesota. Join the Library from September 27th through October 24th for programs that celebrate this exceptional book. The Rosemount Library is located at 14395 S. Robert Trail. For questions, call the library at 651-480-1200.

September 28:

Hastings Senior Center Men's Breakfast: The Senior Center Men’s Breakfast will be held on Friday, September 28th beginning at 8:00 a.m. Cost for members is $6.00 . You are invited to join the men in their community for lively conversations and a great breakfast catered from Ptaceks IGA. At the first breakfast, they will discuss if we would like to do this again, possible speakers, etc. Please pay to be registered.

September 28:

Movie in the Park: Family event, free to attend and a great way to end the summer snuggled up on the steps or grass of the Rotary Pavilion under the starts. The movie Wonder will be featured. Movie will begin at dusk (about 7 pm.) Sponsors would appreciate a food donation for Hastings Family Service. Refreshments for sale during the show.

September 29:

Migratory Bird County and Hawk Watch : On September 29th, Carpenter Nature Center will conduct a migratory Bird Count, and Hawk Watch. From 9 AM until 2 PM a team of spotters will set up shop behind the Administration building to count migrating birds, including songbirds, gulls, and raptors. Come and ask questions, check on the count, or grab a pair of binoculars and see how many migrants you can spot. This is a free program. The Carpenter Nature Center is located at 12805 St. Croix Trail South, in Hastings.

September 29:

National Public Lands Day: Celebrate National Public Lands Day at Lebanon Hills on Saturday, Sept. 29. We’re transforming the visitor center’s backyard into an array of demonstrative prairie plantings, pollinator gardens, wildlife-friendly landscapes and bee lawns. This fun, hands-on event will give you the opportunity to participate and learn about stewardship and natural resource restoration through park improvement projects. After a morning of seeding and planting, all volunteers will enjoy a thank-you lunch - with birthday cake of course. All ages and abilities are welcome. Register at www. dakotacounty.us/parks.

September 29:

Sunset Gala Party: A Sunset Gala Party for Freedom Park is the Friends of Freedom Park Annual Fundraiser held at the Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center will take place on Sept 29. A catered event featuring live music, entertainment, a silent auction, and unforgettable river views. All proceeds from this annual fundraiser benefit Friends of Freedom Park, the non-profit that supports the programs and operations of the Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center in Freedom Park. Time of the event is from 5:00pm - 8:00pm

September 29 and 30:

Minnesota Sings State Finals: More than 60 young vocalists from all over the state will gather to sing for their cities at Minnesota Sings. Included are Hastings singers Maria Ramos and Sydney Cater, who qualified during Rivertown Days in July to represent their city and hopefully collect some of the more than $10,000 that will be awarded to the top singers. Each vocalist will have 2 chances before the judges who are music professionals from outside the state. Track the event on www.minnesotasings.com or attend in person. Competition gets underway at 8:30 am each day. Tickets at the door- $10.00 per person which is good for both days. Event held at the new Courtyard by Marriott in Woodbury at I94 and Radio Drive.

September 30:

Family Fall Festival at Hope Lutheran Church: Hope Christian Preschool in Hastings will hold it's annual Family Fall Festival on Sunday, September 30th from Noon - 1:30. All ages are welcome to enjoy a hot dog lunch, petting zoo, face painting, pumpkin decorating, and hay rides. Admission is FREE. They would appreciate a R.S.V.P. on their Facebook Event Page so they can plan for lunch. They are located at 16898 Michael Ave, Hastings, MN 55033. Call Stephanie Girgen for more information. 651.480.2273

OCTOBER

October 1:

Trail Cardio Fitness in the Park: The September 17th Trail Cardio session was postponed from the earlier date due to the rain and will be rescheduled to take place on October 1st at 6 PM. Another session will also be held on September 24th, also at 6. Register at the city website or drop in. A cash payment of $5 per person can be paid on arrival at the Pavilion in Levee Park.

October 1-31:

Dakota County Library Teen Fan Fiction Writing Contest: Beginning on October 1st, teens from 12 to 18 can enter the Teen Fan Fiction writing contest. Showcase your creative writing skills this October by submitting an original story - 3,000 words or fewer - that features your favorite characters or re-imagines part of a book. Contests for wo age categories- 12-14 and 15-18 will welcome original entries from teens, no matter where they live to enter at any Dakota County Library location, or online at the Library website. The writing must be by one author, only one entry per person, they must be submitted in English or with an English translation, and stories will not be returned after the contest. Dakota county library staff and immediate family are not eligible to enter. The Fan Fiction Contest is supported by the Dakota County Library Foundation. Deadline to submit your story is October 31st. Entrants should note that the Pleasant Hill Library will be temporarilly located in the Westview Mall until reconstruction is completed in April.

October 1:

Puzzled About Christmas Gifts: The Hastings Area Senior Center will host an evening during which Dave Youngren shares the stories behind the photos he took of the Hastings Bridge. The session is entitled Puzzled About Christmas Gifts and will take place on Monday, October 1 6:00 p.m. The beautiful photos have been transfered into puzzles and he will have several on hand for purchase.

River Valley Band Practice: Our 8th Season. All band instruments welcome, practice held from 7-9 PM at the Hastings Middle School Band Room. Directed by Rufino Ochoada. Come to a practice and find out if this multigenerational ensemble is a good fit for you. All levels of experience are welcome.

October 3:

FEMA Wireless Emergency Alert: FEMA postponed the Wireless Emergency Alert nationwide test that had been scheduled for September 20th. It will now occur on October 3rd at 1:18 pm. The postponement was made necessary due to the east coast hurricane This will alert all wireless phones capable of receiving messages. The message header will be Presidential Alert and the message will state, THIS IS A TEST of the National Wireless Emergency Alert System. No action is needed.

October 4:

Paws in the Park: The Paws in the Park event will be held at the Rivertown Dog Park, 851 East 10th Street on Thursday, October 4th from 5 to 6:30 pm. A Dog costume contest, treats and giveaways, an agility course, photo booth, Ask a Vet booth and other vendors will provide lots of activities and information for pet owners. If you live within Hastings, per ordinance, dogs must be licensed and wearing current tags to visit the park. If you live outside city limits, at minimum your dog must be wearing current vaccination tags. And if your dog is not accustomed to crowds, you are asked to please leave them at home

October 6:

Rosemount City Wide Clean Up Day: Rosemount will hold a city-wide cleanup day on Saturday, October 6 from 8 a.m. until 12 noon at the Public Works Facility, 14455 Brazil Avenue, just north of the Rosemount City Hall. Residents are welcome to participate in the event by dropping off unwanted items that are not normally collected by their residential solid waste haulers.         They will be working with J.R.’s Advanced Recyclers for collection and disposal of electronic equipment and appliances. Anyone dropping off these items will pay J. R.’s directly. Participants who wish to dispose of electronics and/or appliances along with other items for which there are City charges should be prepared to pay J.R.’s Advanced Recyclers and the City separately. The following is a small list of items accepted at the clean up event and the associated fees: Intact Automotive Batteries, Free       Construction and Demolition Debris is Free; Fluorescent bulbs are between $0.60 - $4.35 depending on size and type; Carpet is $2 per roll; Appliances are $10 per item;                       Computers/laptops are $15 per item; Computer Monitors are $30 -$35 depending on size; TVs are between $25 - $55 depending on size; Tires are $8 per car tire, and$15 per truck/tractor tire; Mattresses and Box Springs are $20 per item; Sofas/couches are $10 per item; Other Furniture are $5 per item; Steel - Clean is Free             Light - bicycles, exercise equipment, etc. $2 per item ; Heavy - Lawnmowers, snow blowers, etc are $5 per item ; and Solid Waste / Garbage $5 per item (or $10 per pickup truck load) For a more complete list of Fall Clean-up Day disposal fees, please see the City’s website at www.ci.rosemount.mn.us. Please note: Only cash and checks are accepted. Contact the City’s Solid Waste Coordinator at 651-322-6005 with any questions

October 6:

South St. Paul On the Road Again, North: The annual On The road Again fall festival has moved to the north due to work that continues on Southview Boulevard. The familiar faces, great food, car show and World Famous Booya will be part of the celebration held on Saturday, October 6th. With several lots nearby, the Booya will be featured at the District Offfices in the Old Pro Pharmacy lot on 5th Avenue with crafters distributed on the sidewalk around the ampitheater and on 6th Avenue. Parking will be located at Lincoln Center , City Hall , the streets north of the High School and streets west of Central Square. Over 220 cars are anticipated to be displayed in the High School lot and on nearby 6th Street. Marie Avenue will remain open to traffic, but pedestrians will have marked crosswalks, where they can safely cross. Best Pickle contest will also be judged, as is tradition. Hours are 9am until 5 pm.

October 6:

Selecting Native Trees supporting Pollinators:Coming up at the Great River Road Visitor and Learning Center in Prescott, is a free, one hour session that will discuss Selecting Native Trees and Shrubs That Support Birds and Pollinators” with facilitator Heather Holm. Join this renowned author and pollinator activist for this free presentation that will inform you about more about the habitat and food requirements of birds and pollinators, and what native trees and shrubs provide these resources . The event will take place on Saturday, Oct 6th from 11am until noon.   The Great River Road Visitor & Learning Center is located at 200 Monroe St, Prescott WI 54021

October 6:

Special Concert at the Hastings Arts Center: Hastings Native Colton Peltier will perform a FREE Keys to Success Concert at the Hastings Arts Center to benefit their ongoing Grand Piano Fund. Travis and Sarah Lockwood are thrilled to welcome the phenomenal musician back to the stage of the HAC for his second appearance in concert. Expect a wide ranging program of classical favorites played by this extraordinary talent. Doors open at 6:00 with cocktails and conversation available before the 7 PM main event. The Hastings Arts Center is located at 216 E. 4t Street.

October 8:

Fun, Friends and Fitness Recreational Gym Nights:Offering opportunities for uniquely abled teens and adults, at the Tilden Community Center, 310 River Street. Ball games and other activities will be available in a free form environment in the gym. Laurie Thrush is the contact person for the group. time is from 6-7 pm on Mondays October 8th, November 12th, and December 10th. Cost is $5 per person per session.

October 8 and 12:

Local Blood Drives for Hurricane Relief: The American Red Cross has placed a call out to blood donors to replenish blood supplies in the aftermath of Hurricane Florence. Locally, a blood mobile will be at St. Mary's Catholic Church, 8433 239th St. E., in Hampton, on Monday, October 8th from 1 to 7 PM, and St. Elizabeth Ann Seaton Catholic Church, 2035 W. 15th St., on Friday, October 12th, from noon to 6 PM. Register for the drives by logging on to redcrossblood.org.

October 8:

Senior Center October Birthday Bash: The Hastings Area Senior Center October Birthday Bash Monday, will take place on October 8 at11:30 a.m. Join your friends to celebrate your birthday while you enjoy a Meatloaf Luncheon from Ptaceks IGA. Cost: $7.00 for non-birthdays, $9.00 for non-Center members and FREE to Center members celebrating a birthday in October. You must pay to register if non-birthday or call 480-7689 to be registered if it is your birthday.

October 9:

River Valley Band Practice: Our 8th Season. All band instruments welcome, practice held from 7-9 PM at the Hastings Middle School Band Room. Directed by Rufino Ochoada. Come to a practice and find out if this multigenerational ensemble is a good fit for you. All levels of experience are welcome.

October 12:

Bullying Take 2 Seminar: The Hastings Area Senior Center will host an evening to discuss Bullying - Take 2 on Friday, October 12 at 10:00 a.m. Deputies from the Dakota County Sheriff’s Office will be at the center to discuss what bullying is, what you can do if you or others are being bullied and how best to protect yourself and others. Call Laurie at the center to register. 651-480-7689

October 15:

HHS Fall Vocal Concert: The Hastings High School Fall Vocal Concert will be held on Monday, October 15th at 7 PM. All choirs will perform at the event which is held in the Performing Arts Center. Directed by Kathleen Hanson, Tatum Mahlen and Luke Warren

October 19 and 20:

Autumn Prairie Restoration Days Weekend One:The continuation of the long term project that seeks to restore Freedom Park's very own globally rare bluff prairie will take place at the end of October during Autumn Prairie Restoration Days. Volunteers are encouraged to gather where they will form crews that will cut down sumac and buckthorn, two invasive plants that have choked out other species and require manual removal. Work will be done on Fridays, 10/19 and 10/26, 4:00pm - 6:00pm and also on Saturdays, 10/20 and 10/27, from 12:30pm - 4:00pm. Those 18 and over are welcome to join the crew. Meet at Freedom Park and get ready to do some good!

October 17:

Rescheduled Music In the Park concert: The season finale presents Hornucopia (Tribute to Rock) with a professional ensemble that will defy you to sit still! They were a huge hit during last year's appearance at the Hastings Arts Center and they are back to get you on your feet with an impressive hit list. Held at the Rotary Pavilion in Levee Park from 7:00-8:30 p.m.

October 23:

Artspace Jackson Flats Fundraiser: A fundraiser for the newest Artspace project , called AMP it UP! will take place on Tuesday evening, October 23rd in Minneapolis. The organization is the same one responsible for the 12.6 million dollar Hastings Artspace building which opened in August of 2017,which houses 37 apartments in Downtown. This fundraiser takes place at Jackson Flats, 18th and 1/2 Avenue NE in Minneapolis and will support the continuation of regional opportunities for art based housing by Artspace. Find out more about the event at www.artspace.org

October 25:

Children's Orchestra Concert: The Hastings High School Auditorium will be the location for the Children's Orchestra Concert which begins at 6 PM on October 25th. This is a tradition that provides kids a whimsical story with music provided by several costumed teachers and members of the orchestra. They encourage families to attend this free concert and to bring a favorite stuffed toy to share the fun with.

October 25:

ID Theft Information Session: The First National Bank of River Falls will sponsor an informational lunch session on the topic of identity theft on Thursday, October 25th in the Community Room of the Prescott branch office. Come from 11 AM to 1 PM and learn about best practices for home PCs, laptops, tablets, and cell phones, social media safety, and public WiFi dos and don'ts. A light lunch will be provided, and RSVPs are requested by calling 715-425-2401. This is a free event open to the public.

October 26:

Community Halloween Party: The Community Halloween Party will take place on Friday, October 26th from 6-8 pm at the Hastings High School for children 12 and under, featuing the Haunted Hallway, games , prizes and of course, candy. Free to attend, but it would be great if visitors would bring a non-perishable food donation for Hastings Family service or a cash donation that will benefit the Youth Impact Council Scholarship Fund. Sponsored by the City of Hastings, the Hastings Parks and Rec, Hastings Area YMCA and Hastings Community Education. Costumes encouraged, contest will be held in several categories.

October 26:

Glo Skate Party:Teens 13 and older can take part in the 4th annual Glo-Skate party held on the ice at the Arena. Black lighting, a super DJ, games and treats will make the evening the place to be. Don't have skates? rentals are available for just $2. You can also bring your own. Cost is $5 per person and will take place between 7 and 9pm. Wear your brightest neon apparel for spooky effects under the blacklights. Sponsored by the River Blades Skating School

October 26:

Senior Center Newsletter Assembly: The volunteers at the Hastings Area Senior Center could use some extra help for the Newsletter Assembly team which will gather on Friday, October 26th beginning at 8:30 a.m. It really goes very quickly with a few extra hands and all are welcome.

October 26 and 27:

Autumn Prairie Restoration Days Weekend Two:The continuation of the long term project that seeks to restore Freedom Park's very own globally rare bluff prairie will take place at the end of October during Autumn Prairie Restoration Days. Volunteers are encouraged to gather where they will form crews that will cut down sumac and buckthorn, two invasive plants that have choked out other species and require manual removal. Work will be done on Fridays, 10/19 and 10/26, 4:00pm - 6:00pm and also on Saturdays, 10/20 and 10/27, from 12:30pm - 4:00pm. Those 18 and over are welcome to join the crew. Meet at Freedom Park and get ready to do some good!

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 1:

Learn to Use Accupressure for Stress Relief:A new way of lessening stress, dealing with anxiety and insomnia may be the found in a new pair of courses held at the Tilden Community Center. Moly Glasgow is an accupressurist, author and Facilitator who provides an interactive course, demonstrating the acupressure points to address a wide variety of issues ranging from grief , anger and exhaustion to stress and more through 2 sessions offered on Thursday, September 27th and on Thursday, November 1st, each from 6:30-8 pm in room #108. A maximum of 25 will be able to learn the self-care techniques that can be used at home or even at work to relieve some of these issues. Cost is $19 per session. Register online or at the Community Education office, 310 River Street in Hastings.www.hastingscommunityed.com

November 2:

Fall Harvest Dance at Tilden: A Fall Harvest Dance will take place on Friday November 2nd for teens and adults with disabilities. Fun, Friends and Fitness will be offered from 7-9 pm with tunes provided by the DJ from the Shark's spring banquet. Fall decorations and special refreshments will also be served. Cost is 10 dollars per person and will take place in the gym. Supportive family members or care staff are also welcome to attend.

November 26:

Community Education Drivers Ed Training: Drivers education will begin on November 26th for the only local Drivers Ed program taught by experinced Hastings School District teachers. Classroom instruction and behind the wheel sessions allow for personalized instruction. 6 hours of Behind the wheel is scheduled following successful completion of the classroom instruction. Cost per student, ages 15 and older, is $375 with general times of instruction between the hours of 3 and 6 pm November 26th through December 11th. Dates are subject to change. Register online at hastingscommunityed.com or call 651-480-7670 for more information.

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.

November 15:

Hastings Area Senior Center Thanksgiving Luncheon: Annual Thanksgiving Luncheon Thursday November 15 Noon Cost: $9.00 Center members and $11 for non-Center members. Enjoy fellowship with friends and a delicious Thanksgiving dinner catered by Ptaceks IGA.

DECEMBER

December 17:

Hastings Area Senior Center Holiday Party: Annual Holiday Party at SEAS Monday, December 17 Noon Cost: $15.00 Center members and $20 for non- Center members. Holiday meal catered by Trophy House, entertainment by the Riverside Duo and doorprizes.

 

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