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Hall of Trees

Spark your holiday spirit at the 4th annual Mead Hall of Trees! This display will be open until Saturday, January 15th. Up to 50 trees will be on display alongside the new Tonka Toy and Snow Globe exhibits put together by local collectors! All children receive free admission to the museum in December! Adult admission is $8.00 and Senior admission is $5.00.

 

Winter Clothing Drive

United Way of Greater Yankton’s The Clothing Closet program is hosting a Winter Clothing Drive to support their mission of offering community members who are struggling to make ends meet the opportunity to receive free, quality clothing in a dignified, and welcoming space.

Donations of clean, gently used clothing, shoes, towels, or bedding will be accepted on Thursday, January 20th, from noon – 6:00pm, at The Clothing Closet, located at 203 E 3rd Street in Yankton. Most needed items include youth clothing (girls sizes 4T – 14), shoes/winter boots, and adult casual clothing. Household goods, toys, or undergarments WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

Clothing donations WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED outside of the clothing drive times. For more information about The Clothing Closet, how to donate or how to volunteer, please contact United Way of Greater Yankton at

 

Sit On It- Mead Exhibit

Explore the history of Yankton through chairs. Sit On It is the latest exhibition by the Mead Cultural Education Center that shares unique stories from the city’s past using furniture. 

Often taken for granted the chair can be so much more than something we sit on. This temporary exhibit will feature chairs brought to America by steam boat with immigrant families, chairs used in the governance of Dakota Territory, and chairs that serve multiple functions. This exhibit has a little of everything from 1800’s parlor furniture to 1900’s wheelchairs, and so much more.

This unique display of over 40 chairs will open from February 1st- March 31st.
The Mead Cultural Education Center is located at 82 Mickelson Drive in Yankton. For more information call 605-665-3898.

 

Fur-Ever Yours Cupcake Fundraiser

Celebrate love with a delivery of cupcakes from the Heartland Humane Society. Each order includes four gourmet cupcakes by D’z Sweet Treatz plus a greeting card and one story of a pet awaiting adoption. 

Cost is $20 per order. Delivery available in Vermillion and Yankton or pickup at Heartland Humane Society on Valentine’s Day between 9am and 1pm or between 5pm and 6pm.

Flavors include one of each: Lemon Cream Cheese, Chocolate Turtle, Classic White and Strawberry and Cream. 

Order forms and payment can be made at Heartland Humane Society or online at www.heartlandhumanesociety.net. Deadline is February 10th or the first 500 orders. 

 

Gayville Fire & Rescue Annual Fundraiser

Join the Gayville Fire & Rescue department for their annual fundraiser on Saturday, February 12th. Social hour begins at 4:30, dinner served at 6pm with a live auction and entertainment to follow.

This years entertainment will feature musical comedian, Jason Love. Jason is one of today’s hardest-working comedians and has appeared on HBO, Comedy Central, America’s Got Talent, and Dry Bar Comedy.

Advance tickets are $35 or $40 at the door. Tickets can be purchased at Valley Ag Supply & Cor Trust Bank, both of Gayville or from any member of the department.

 

Lend Me A Tenor at the Dakota Theatre

Lewis & Clark Theatre Company presents “Lend Me A Tenor”, February 10-12th & 18-19th at 7:30 with a 2pm matinee on February 13 & 20th.

Saunders, the general manager of the Cleveland Grand Opera Company, is primed to welcome world-famous singer Tito Merelli, the greatest tenor of his generation, to appear for one night only as the star of the opera. Tito arrives late, and through a hilarious series of mishaps, he is given a double dose of tranquilizers and passes out. His assistant Max believe he’s dead – and in a frantic attempt to salvage the evening, Saunders persuades Max to get into Merelli’s costume and fool the audience. Max succeeds and lives up to his idol, but Merelli regains consciousness and gets into the identical costume, ready to perform. Now two opera singers are running around in the same costume.

Purchase advance tickets for “Lend Me A Tenor” by messaging Lewis and Clark Theatre Company on Facebook or by calling (605) 665-4711. Tickets are $12 for Adults or $8 for students.

 

Reverse Your Luck Fundraiser

The 8th Annual “Reverse Your Luck” fundraiser for Southeast CASA will be held on Saturday, March 12th at Minervas in Yankton.

Enjoy the entertainment of The Fun Pianos Show, as well as gift basket raffles, silent auction items, a $1,000 jackpot drawing, the “Spirit ‘O Green” and the “Friend of CASA” awards, delicious food, and of course, the Fun Pianos Show!

Tickets are $50 each and are available at the Southeast CASA office, located at 413 W. 15th Street in Yankton, or online at www.southeastcasa.org. Members of the Board of Directors are also selling tickets. Call 605-760-4825 for more information.

Proceeds will provide Court-Appointed Special Advocates for local children who have experienced abuse or severs neglect.