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FEBRUARY

February 8:

Light Up the Night: The Dakota County Library invites area teenagers to Light Up the Night, on Wednesday, February 8th, from 5:30 to 7:30 PM, at Pleasant Hill Library, 1490 South Frontage Road, in Hastings. Learn about the effects of light pollution and how you can contribute data to a project tracking light pollution around the globe. Identify constellations and learn about the different cultural lore behind them. Then experiment with light painting photography techniques and tools to create unique art. Portions of the program will be outside weather permitting. Presented with Starry Skies North. Registration is required via the link provided here.

Joy Wednesday Night Supper: The Joy Lutheran Church Wednesday Night Supper menu for February 8th is chili and cornbread. All are welcome at Joy's table. Suppertime is from 5:15 to 6:30 PM, and gluten-free options or hot dogs and chips are also available. Joy Lutheran greatly appreciates a free-will donation for supper. For questions, contact Joy Lutheran Church, in Prescott, at 715-262-5800.

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.

Family Laughter Yoga: The Dakota County Library invites everyone to learn all the ins and outs of creating deep laughter without jokes, guaranteed to not only massage your organs and get your blood flowing, but will stretch your smile muscles and give your funny bone a workout. Family Laughter Yoga is scheduled for Friday, February 10th, from 10 to 10:45 AM, at the Robert Tail Library, 14395 South Robert Trail, in Rosemount. This family-friendly laughter session will change your life with amazing tips and tools for any family situation. Geared for youth ages 6 and older with their caregivers. Siblings welcome.

February 11:

Kolaches: Hastings Community Education invites everyone to learn about Kolaches from Laurel Severson, a 17-year home economist, on Saturday, February 11th, from 9 AM to 1 PM, in room C320 at Hastings High School. Kolaches are one of Czechoslovakia's national pastries. Participants will make variations in class and taste samples. Plan to take home an assortment to share with family, friends or to freeze. Plan to pay the instructor a $15 supply fee the day of class. Bring your own containers to bring home your pastries. Register online, via the Community Education website.

St. Paul's UCC Drive-Through Steak Dinner: St. Paul's United Church of Christ, W5706 State Highway 72, in Ellsworth, invites everyone to a Drive-Through Steak Dinner, from 4 to 7 PM, on Saturday, February 11th. Menu items include a grilled steak, baked potato, green beans, salad, homemade buns and dessert. Purchase $15 tickets online at the Church website. Proceeds will be used for community outreach.

Lion's Club Super Breakfast: The Hastings Rivertown Lion's Club invites everyone to the 2023 Super Breakfast, in support of the Hastings Fire and EMS Department, from 7:30 AM to noon, on Saturday, February 11th. The breakfast is hosted by Resurrection United Methodist Church, 615 15th Street West, and the menu includes ham, French Toast, scrambled eggs, fruit, milk, coffee, and juice. There is no cost for the breakfast, but freewill donations will gladly be accepted.

Sweetheart Saturday: Hastings Community Education will host "Sweetheart Saturday" on Saturday, February 11th, from 9 to 11 AM, at the Tilden Community Center, 310 River Street. Bring your VIP and join CommEd for the sweetest Saturday! Everyone will create their own canvas art to bring home and enjoy a sweet treat. There will be a photo opportunity so bring your camera! All ages are welcome but this is probably most appropriate for those preschool age to mid elementary age. Registration closes February 6th. Register under the attending grownup's name at the link provided on the Community Events page of KDWA.com.

Immigrant Experiences in Hastings: The Dakota County Library, in cooperation with Hastings Reads, invites everyone to Immigrant Experiences in Hastings, on Saturday, February 11, from 2 to 3 PM at Pleasant Hill Library, 1490 South Frontage Road, in Hastings. Meet a panel of your neighbors who are first or second-generation immigrants living in Hastings and learn about their experiences. Geared for adults and youth ages 14 and older. Registration is required via the link provided on the Community Events page of KDWA.com.

Ukrainian War Stories: Residents of the Cannon Falls area will have a unique opportunity to gather insight on the war in Ukraine from Ukrainian soldiers who are in the area to get fitted for prosthetic limbs from injuries they've suffered during the war. The Protez Foundation, providing Ukrainian children, soldiers and civilians who have lost their limbs during the war with cost-free quality prosthetics in Minnesota, has partnered with First English Lutheran Church, 511 West Belle Street, to host an event to hear the soldiers' stories, on Saturday, February 11th, from 2 to 4 PM, at the church. All financial needs for a person to get prosthetics are covered, including visa fees, airfare, lodging and the prosthetics. Learn more at ProtezFoundation.com.

February 12:

St. Pius V Pancake Breakfast: St. Pius V Catholic Church, 410 Colvill Street West, in Cannon Falls, will host a Pancake Breakfast to support the Confirmation program, from 9:30 to 11 AM on Sunday, February 12th, at the church. Knights of Columbus chefs will have the assistance of parish 9th and 10th graders as servers for breakfast that morning. Free will offerings will be received.

February 14:

Hastings Memory Cafe: Join area seniors and their caregivers for a monthly Memory Cafe gathering right here in Hastings at Tilden Community and Senior Center, 310 River Street, room 108, from 10 to 11:30 AM, on Thursday, February 14th. This is an initiative of DARTS Aging and Caregiving Resources and is a safe place to enjoy conversation for those going through memory changes and their friends. The focus is social support and conversation. There are volunteers, resource staff and free coffee available, too.

February 15:

Writing My Identity Through Community: Explore your "sense of self" through creative writing in a safe space with the creative freedom to learn more about your identity, examples of valued communities you belong to, and important social issues, at "Writing My Identity Through Community" at Pleasant Hill Library, on Wednesday, February 15th, starting at 5:30 PM. Explore how we can engage our communities through our writing. Presented by The Loft. Geared for ages 12-18. Registration is required via the Dakota County Library webpage.

Joy Wednesday Night Supper: The Joy Lutheran Church Wednesday Night Supper menu for February 15th is pizza hotdish. All are welcome at Joy's table. Suppertime is from 5:15 to 6:30 PM, and gluten-free options or hot dogs and chips are also available. Joy Lutheran greatly appreciates a free-will donation for supper. For questions, contact Joy Lutheran Church, in Prescott, at 715-262-5800.

February 16:

Hastings Reads at Hastings High School: Hastings Reads will be at the Hastings High School Library from 2:45 to 3:30 PM on Thursday, February 16th with special guest author Jennifer De Leon to discuss her current book, "Don't Ask Me Where I'm From". High School students are encouraged to visit the library and discuss the book with Jennifer. Learn more on the Hastings Reads event page on Facebook.

February 17:

Trails by Candlelight at Lebanon Hills: On Friday, February 17th, from 6 to 9 PM, Dakota County Parks invites everyone to Trails by Candlelight at Lebanon Hills Regional Park. Enjoy Lebanon Hills Regional Park by flickering candlelight. A variety of cross-country classic ski, snowshoe/hiking, and walking trails on plowed paved paths will be lit with hundreds of candles. Warm up with hot cocoa and crackling bonfires. Cocoa provided. Hot food available for purchase from food trucks. Lebanon Hills Regional Park is located at 860 Cliff Road, in Eagan. Parking is free and available onsite and via a shuttle bus from Woodcrest Church, 525 Cliff Road. Purchase tickets online.

February 18:

Frozen Mulligan: The Hastings Downtown Business Association announces the return of the Frozen Mulligan, on Saturday, February 18th, starting at 1 PM. Get a team together, or go solo, on the 9-hole mini course throughout Downtown Hastings. Visit the Facebook event page for updated information.

Ellsworth Trails Winter Walk: The Ellsworth Trails committee would like to invite you to a fun new event, the Ellsworth Trails Winter Walk. They will be hosting a winter walk in Cairns Woods, on West Cairns Street in Ellsworth, on February 18th from 4 to 7 PM. The walk will be lit by candle luminaries and there will be snacks available, and a bonfire. Bring your snowshoes or boots and enjoy the beautiful hidden gem of Cairns Woods in a new way!

CNC Hudson Bird Hike: Students K through 5th grade are invited to join local birding experts for a guided bird hike, raptor pellet dissection, and a meet-and-greet with CNC's ambassador Barred Owl at the Al & Laurie Hein Visitor Center, 279 South Cove Road, in Hudson, on Friday, February 18th, from 9 to 10:30 AM. There will be drawings for door prizes. Binoculars and field guides will be available to use, or you may bring your own. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Programming is provided for FREE thanks to a generous contribution from the St. Croix Valley Bird Club.

February 19:

St. Joe's Pancake Breakfast: St. Joseph Catholic Church, 23955 Nicolai Avenue in Miesville, will host a Pancake Breakfast from 9 AM to 12:30 PM, on Sunday, February 19th. Come by for all-you-can-eat pancakes (gluten free available), egg bake, sausage, coffee, milk, and orange juice. Free will offerings will be accepted.

February 21:

Fat Tuesday Fundraiser: The Cannon Falls Rotary invites the public to a Fat Tuesday fundraiser on February 21st, at the Grand O2 Event Center, 32057 64th Avenue, in Cannon Falls. There will be a wine and spirit tasting from 6 to 8 PM, with appetizers along with socializing until 9 PM. There will be a silent auction and 50/50 raffle with Mardi Gras masks and beads available for purchase. Tickets for the event are $50 each, two for $90 and reserving a table for eight costs $400.

Hastings Area Historical Society Meeting: The next meeting of the Hastings Area Historical Society will be on Tuesday, February 21st, at the LeDuc House at 7 PM. There will be a business meeting, discussion of programs and events, volunteer opportunities, and more. After the meeting, author Pat Bauer and illustrator Dave Geister will talk about their new activity book, "Making Minnesota", recently published by the Minnesota Historical Society. There will be social time afterwards for some light snacks and chat with the authors in the dining room. Guests are welcome, so bring a friend.

February 22:

Joy Wednesday Night Supper: The Joy Lutheran Church Wednesday Night Supper menu for February 22nd is hamburger Stroganoff over noodles. All are welcome at Joy's table. Suppertime is from 5:15 to 6:30 PM, and gluten-free options or hot dogs and chips are also available. Joy Lutheran greatly appreciates a free-will donation for supper. For questions, contact Joy Lutheran Church, in Prescott, at 715-262-5800.

February 24:

CNC Bird Banding: Have you ever wondered what bird banding is all about? Bird Banding records can help researchers learn how long birds live, where they travel, when and where they migrate and many other interesting facts. Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center has been banding birds for over 30 years, and on the fourth Friday of the month bird banding is open to the public. There is no program fee, but donations of Bird Seed and Suet are greatly appreciated. RSVPs are also appreciated. The next Bird Banding session is set for Friday, February 24th. Visit CarpenterNatureCenter.org for more details.

February 25:

Boot Hockey Tournament: The Hastings Public House, 2015 Westview Drive, invites everyone to their 4th annual Boot Hockey Tournament on Saturday, February 25th. Get your team together, and sign up for a day of fun, outdoor time, and boot hockey. You can also enjoy the day from the warmth of the dining area and bar inside the Public House. More details are to come. Visit the Hastings Public House Facebook page for additional information.

February 25 and 26:

CNC Masters of the Sky: Carpenter St. Croix Valley Nature Center will host Masters of the Sky on February 25 & 26, with shows at 11:00 AM, 1:00, or 3:00 PM, at 12805 St. Croix Trail S, in Hastings. The World Bird Sanctuary staff from St. Louis, Missouri, will be coming to CNC to present a captivating program about birds of prey. Witness the silent flight of a Barn Owl and be amazed at the aerial maneuverability of a Harris' Hawk. New this year, you can meet a live Harpy Eagle! Visitors will learn about raptors from around the world. Program Fee is $15, or $10 for "Friends of CNC". Space is limited, and registrations are required. Please RSVP by calling 651-437-4359 or filling out the online form at the link provided here.

February 26:

Breaking The Silence: Celebrating Black History: Building Remembrance for Reconciliation (BR4R) is hosting "Breaking The Silence: Celebrating Black History" on Sunday, February 26th at St Luke's Episcopal Church in Hastings from 2-4 PM. Musicians Dale Alexander and Wendell Kirk will fill the space with rhythm and blues selections. Sheletta Brundidge from "Sheletta Makes Me Laugh" will be the keynote speaker. A Readers Theatre production, "Hastings' Black History: A Readers Theatre Reflection", written and directed by Bronwyn Skov, will narrate the Black experience in Hastings' first 100 years as recorded by federal census takers and local newspapers. BR4R invites you to support this community event with your attendance and financial assistance. Any contribution is appreciated. All individuals and organizations contributing $50 or more will be listed as an event sponsor.

Snowshoe Guided Hike: The City of Hastings invites everyone to a Snowshoe Guided Hike on Sunday, February 26th, from 9 to 10:30 AM, at Jaycee Park, in Hastings. Snowshoes and instruction will be provided. A park naturalist will lead participants through floodplain forest and prairie lands as they explore the outdoors. Hastings Parks and Recreation Department is offering the program in partnership with Dakota County Parks at no cost to participants. If there is not enough snow, they will still host a guided hike. Recommended for adults and teens, and participants must be 5 & older. Registration is required via the City website.

February 28:

Breaking The Silence: Celebrating Black History: Building Remembrance for Reconciliation (BR4R) is hosting "Breaking The Silence: Celebrating Black History" on Sunday, February 26th at St Luke's Episcopal Church in Hastings from 2-4 PM. Musicians Dale Alexander and Wendell Kirk will fill the space with rhythm and blues selections. Sheletta Brundidge from "Sheletta Makes Me Laugh" will be the keynote speaker. A Readers Theatre production, "Hastings' Black History: A Readers Theatre Reflection", written and directed by Bronwyn Skov, will narrate the Black experience in Hastings' first 100 years as recorded by federal census takers and local newspapers. BR4R invites you to support this community event with your attendance and financial assistance. Any contribution is appreciated. All individuals and organizations contributing $50 or more will be listed as an event sponsor.

February 28:

Tuesday Coffee Concert: The Hastings Arts Center invites everyone to a Tuesday Coffee Concert on February 28th, featuring the musical talents of Jesus Andres Guzman on violin and Jeremy Hiniker on guitar. 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.

MARCH

Each Sunday In March:

World Famous Prescott Fire Pancake Breakfast: The "World Famous" Prescott Fire Department Pancake Breakfast returns to the Fire Hall, 260 Flora Street each Sunday in March for the best Fire Department Breakfast in Western Wisconsin. Serving from 8 AM to Noon, enjoy all-you-can-eat pancakes, French Toast, Fire Hall sausage, scrambled eggs, and milk. Cost is $8 for adults, $6 for Senior Citizens, $5 for children 6 to 12, and free for 5 and younger. There will also be a visit from the Easter Bunny, on Sunday, April 2nd.

March 1, 8 and 15:

Minnesota Irrigator Program: The University of Minnesota Extension is offering the Minnesota Irrigator Program (MIP) to help answer questions about irrigation. Programming will include discussion of irrigation systems, how to use soil moisture sensors on your farm, irrigation scheduling, and special topics like variable rate irrigation and remote sensing. This 3-day event will be held in person at Extension's Regional Office in Farmington on March 1, 8 and 15 from 8:30 AM to 3:30 PM. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. The cost of this 3-day program is $75. For more information and to register, visit the U of M Extension website.

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.

March 3:

Build A Gnome: There is no place like gnome! Students in first grade and up are invited to create your own adorable shelf sitter gnome, at the Tilden Community Center, 310 River Street, from 12 to 1:30 PM, on Friday, March 3rd. Several options of hats, bodies, beards, hair, and embellishments will be available for you to create with. You will leave class with an 8-inch-tall gnome ready to display. Register at HastingsCommunityEd.com.

Rise Up Recovery Sober Bowling Night: Rise Up Recovery invites everyone to a sober bowling night, starting at 7 PM, on Friday, March 3rd, at Park Grove Bowl, 1020 Hastings Avenue, in St. Paul Park. Cost for admission is $5. Sign up online, and enjoy an evening of bowling with friends and family.

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.

Harbor Hotel Bridal Fair: On March 4th, the Harbor Hotel in Prescott will host a bridal fair, showcasing the St. Croix & Mississippi River Valleys as a destination that offers extraordinary memories waiting to be made on the most important day of your life! Attendees will have exclusive access to the top wedding venues, photographers, caterers, DJs & bands, shuttle services, hotels, bakers, florists, wedding planners, hair & make up artists, experiences for bachelor/bachelorette all in one location. Watch the Harbor Hotel Facebook page for updates as the event nears.

March 5:

RVB: Celebrating Community Bands: The Hastings River Valley Band will be presenting a concert entitled "Celebrating Community Bands" on Sunday March 5th at 1 PM, in the Hastings Middle School Auditorium, 1000 11th Street West. Now in its 12th season, the River Valley Band of Hastings continues to deliver entertaining band concert programs to local audiences. The River Valley Band will be joined by the Rosemount Community Band, who will bring their own wonderful program. Both bands will join on stage for a finale that isn't seen often, a 110-piece concert band.

March 7 and 8:

Senior Driver Discount Course: Drivers aged 55 and older, who are looking to save up to 10% on insurance rates are invited to complete a Driver Discount course. A 4-hour refresher course will be offered on January 18th, from 5:30 to 9:30 PM, at the Inver Grove Heights Senior Center, 8055 Barbara Avenue. A Minnesota Highway Safety & Research Center certified instructor will update you on defensive-driving tips, changes in laws, vehicle technology, and traffic safety. The cost of the four-hour refresher course is $24. For more information or to register or complete the online version, visit DriverDiscountProgram.com, or call 1-888-234-1294.

March 12:

St. Joseph Corned Beef Dinner: St. Joseph Catholic Church in Miesville will be the place to be, from 9:30 AM to 1 PM on Sunday, March 12th, for their annual Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner. The menu includes corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, Irish soda bread, dessert, and beverages. Hot dogs are available for the wee lads and lasses. There will also be green beer. Tickets are $13 for adults, $6 for children aged 6 to 12, and free for those younger than 6. Early bird pricing is $11 for adults and $5 for those 6 to 12 years old. Take out is available and there will be a silent auction. Call 651-437-3526 for more information or to pre-order tickets.

March 21:

Tuesday Coffee Concert: The Hastings Arts Center invites everyone to a Tuesday Coffee Concert on March 21st, featuring the musical talents of Artu Duo, with cellist Ruth Marshall and pianist Garret Ross. 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.

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.

March 25:

Steel Toes & Stilettos Gala: St. Croix Valley Habitat for Humanity is celebrating its 2nd Annual Steel Toes & Stilettos Gala with a Casino Night Theme, starting at 5 PM on Saturday, March 25th, at Tattersall Distilling, 1777 Paulson Road, in River Falls. They've partnered with Las Vegas Tonight! to turn their gala into a fun-filled, no-stakes Casino Night. Enjoy a Silent Auction and an "odds-are-good-for-everyone" Dessert Dash. Double-down and dress in your own interpretation of the Las Vegas theme. Learn more and register on the St. Croix Valley Habitat for Humanity website.

March 26:

Prescott Spring Fling Craft And Gift Expo: On Sunday, March 26, from 11 AM to 4 PM, plan to attend the 2nd Annual Prescott Spring Fling Craft And Gift Expo, at the Old Ptacek's Event Center, 1449 Orrin Road. Doors open at 10, and shoppers will have some of the most amazing Crafters and Vendors the Upper Midwest has to offer waiting inside. Come, Sip, Shop, Eat, and enjoy your day out with Friends. This is a free show, with free parking and is family friendly.

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 18:

Tuesday Coffee Concert : The Hastings Arts Center invites everyone to a Tuesday Coffee Concert on April 18th, featuring the musical talents Amos Lucidi on the 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.

April 22:

Senior Adult Game Day: Adults ages 50+ are invited to drop in for game day at Park Grove Library, 7900 Hemingway Avenue South, in Cottage Grove, from 9:30 AM to noon, on Saturday, April 22nd. Adults can play a quiet game of chess, interact in the wildly entertaining party game Apples to Apples, try out strategy games like Ticket to Ride and Carcassonne, or try their hand at card games, Scrabble, and Yahtzee. Games will be played in the meeting room and all older adults are welcome. It's a great way to meet and engage with new people in the community. This program is a partner program with the Cottage Grove Wellness 50+ group. No registration is required.

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.

April 29:

PFD Spring Fling: The Prescott Fire Department announces a "Spring Fling" fundraiser on Saturday, April 29th. The bar opens at 11 AM at 260 Flora Street, with beer, pop, hot dogs, and chips, and a BBQ chicken dinner, while supplies last. There is a euchre tournament scheduled for 1 PM, with a 100% payout. Funds raised will be used for the purchase of new fire and fire prevention equipment.

Hootenany 14: Are you ready for Hootenany 2023? The Hastings Downtown Business Association is excited to bring back music for Hoot 14, on Saturday, April 29th, to downtown establishments. The Hootenany is a free event, but free-will donations are accepted. Proceeds will be used to help the Hastings Middle School Music Program, and scholarships for High School students. Visit the Hootenany website for complete details, including venues and scheduled acts.

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.

May 13:

Magical Mystery Art Tour: Join the Hastings Prescott Area Arts Council on a magical mystery art tour from 11:30 AM to 7:30 PM on Saturday, May 13th. Tickets are $75 and seats are limited. The bus will load at the Confluence to depart at 12 PM from Hastings, at that time the 4 destinations for the day will be revealed! The tour ends back at The Confluence by 7:30 pm. Lunch and beverages provided. Tickets can be purchased by check and mailed to HPAAC PO Box 370, Hastings MN 55033, or online. An email with additional details will be provided when payment has been received.

JUNE

June 21:

Make Music Day: Make Music Day is returning to Hastings, all day on Wednesday, June 21st at various locations around town. The Make Music Day Celebration in Hastings is coordinated by volunteers & the Hastings Parks and Recreation Department. They will plan an informal, yet structured event to encourage attendees to enjoy performances at various local parks in Hastings. All performances are free and open to the public. Sign up to perform on the City website.

 

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