Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Waiting for the Parade

Waiting for the Parade, a drama in 24 scenes by John Murrell, will hit the stage April 4-7.  First produced in 1977 by Alberta Theatre Projects, the play’s setting is Calgary during World War II, and features five women who gather to work for the war effort while their men are away, each character responding quite differently to the challenges that come with holding down the fort at home.  MMC Theatre is proud to celebrate and honor the women whose lives have been changed by loved ones serving in military conflicts overseas, and will be offering free tickets for military spouses, past and present. Waiting for the Parade is under the direction of Andy Henrickson, and is being sponsored by Wintz and Ray Funeral Home.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Butterflies are Free

Butterflies are Free, a sensitive, touching comedy by Leonard Gershe, will run February 8-10.  Based loosely on the life of attorney Harold Krents, this 1969 play’s plot revolves around Don, a blind man living in downtown Manhattan, whose controlling mother disapproves of his relationship with a free-spirited hippie, Jill.  The play was made into a 1972 movie featuring Goldie Hawn. Butterflies are Free will be directed by James Hovland Jr. and is being sponsored by Linda’s Angel Crossing.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Butterflies are Free

Butterflies are Free, a sensitive, touching comedy by Leonard Gershe, will run February 8-10.  Based loosely on the life of attorney Harold Krents, this 1969 play’s plot revolves around Don, a blind man living in downtown Manhattan, whose controlling mother disapproves of his relationship with a free-spirited hippie, Jill.  The play was made into a 1972 movie featuring Goldie Hawn. Butterflies are Free will be directed by James Hovland Jr. and is being sponsored by Linda’s Angel Crossing.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Butterflies are Free

Butterflies are Free, a sensitive, touching comedy by Leonard Gershe, will run February 8-10.  Based loosely on the life of attorney Harold Krents, this 1969 play’s plot revolves around Don, a blind man living in downtown Manhattan, whose controlling mother disapproves of his relationship with a free-spirited hippie, Jill.  The play was made into a 1972 movie featuring Goldie Hawn. Butterflies are Free will be directed by James Hovland Jr. and is being sponsored by Linda’s Angel Crossing.

Season tickets may now be purchased on-line at www.mtmc.edu/boxoffice  or by calling 605-668-1267.  Enjoy a reserved seat for each of the five season productions for only $35.  For more information, please call 605-668-1267 or 605-668-1533.

Dancing with the Stars

River City Domestic Violence Center and Family Connections are, once again, bringing our very own version of “Dancing with the Stars” to Yankton! Join in for a fun filled evening. This is a very lighthearted event that draws a spotlight on some local celebrities as they demonstrate various levels of dancing abilities to raise money for the critical mission of protecting those impacted by violence. The evening also features some delicious desserts!!! All proceeds from this event go toward our mission of ending violence in th e home, right here in our community.

Each year the “Dancing with the Stars” raises thousands of dollars to provide a safe haven for adults and children who are impacted by Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Last year over 350 adults and children benefited from funds donated at the event. It is a wonderful tradition that aids in creating awareness of these senseless acts of violence but also raises money to provide the priceless services needed to ensure the safety of adults and children right here in our community.

Dancing with the Stars will be held at the NFAA Yankton Archery Center on January 26th. Tickets are $25. Social hour starts at 6 pm with the dancing to start at 7 pm. To Reserve Tickets, please call (605) 665-4811 or email desiree.johnson@rivercitydomesticviolencecenter.com. 

VFW Chislic Feed

The last Wednesday of each month the VFW hosts a Chislic Night from 5-7pm. It is $6 for 8 oz of chislic. Our appetizer menu is also available to order from. All proceeds from the chislic goes to support our local nursing home bound veterans.

Cook the Book

Do you love browsing through cookbooks or trying new recipes and cooking techniques? You may be pleased to hear about the return of the Vermillion Public Library’s most popular book club – Cook the Book! Once a month, our tastiest adult program will introduce fellow foodies to new tastes, cooking techniques, and great books about cooking. This unique book group brings together patrons who love to cook for a shared meal and conversation about food and cooking. To participate, drop by the library and browse our cookbook collection (Tip: Nonfiction 641) and find a book that strikes your fancy! Choose a recipe to prepare and share for the first meeting. It will only be necessary to make one regular-sized recipe – no need for doubling! The first meeting will be held on Monday, October 15th in the Kozak Room, from 12:00 to 1:00 pm. Subsequent meetings will be themed according to the group’s choices.