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.

The Center’s 12th Annual Wine & Dine Fundraiser

Save the date for the upcoming 12th Annual Wine & Dine Event at The Center Saturday, March 2nd 5:30-8:30 pm.  Get your tickets now for a night of wine tasting, dinner, and a silent/live auction featuring amazing prizes and packages.  The fundraiser is part of our March for Meals Campaign which helps support our Meals on Wheels and other programs we offer to those in need.  Call 665-4685 for more information or to buy your ticket for only $35!  Visit our website for more about this and our past fundraisers!

Wine with Will

Join the South Dakota Shakespeare Festival on Friday, February 22nd for the annual Wine with Will event. Enjoy wine-tasting & a silent auction featuring live entertainment & hors d’ouvres. Tickets are $50. All proceeds support the 2019 South Dakota Shakespeare Festival. Email company@sdshakespearefestival.org for reservations or find more information at www.sdshakespearefestival.org.

Cabin Fever Games

Its time to Beat the Fever! The ultimate FUNdraiser, the 3rd Annual “Cabin Fever Games” supporting Pathways Shelter for the Homeless.

Join in the fun on February 16th, at the NFAA Easton Archery Center in Yankton.

Teams of 6 compete with in several games to raise awareness of Homelessness in our community. This year, the top two teams will compete in a “Final Showdown” for the coveted Cabin Fever Games Trophy.

Don’t want to compete? Stop out, watch the fun, and enjoy food, cash bar, DJ’d music, and more. We are bringing back the silent auction this year. Cabin Fever Games is hosted by the staff, board and friends of Pathways Shelter for the Homeless.

Find more information or for team registration, visit www.yanktonpathways.org.

LifeServe Blood Drive

LifeServe Blood Center is encouraging blood donors to roll up their sleeve and give a gift straight from the heart this February.

Premature babies, transplant patients, mothers after delivery, cancer warriors, trauma victims, and more hospital patients receive blood transfusions from generous LifeServe blood donors each and every day across Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota!

Spread the love and donate blood! Schedule an appointment to donate at an upcoming blood drive in your area.

  • Yankton Community Blood Drive, Tuesday, February 12, 2019 from 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM at Avera Sacred Heart Hospital–Benedictine Center, 501 Summit.

Schedule a blood donation appointment online at lifeservebloodcenter.org or call 800.287.4903.

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.