YMCA Boys and Girls 2nd through 5th Grade Basketball Leagues
Season runs February 1 through March 7. Registration ends January 13.
Boys and Girls Tiny Tots Basketball Clinic (ages 5-8)
Saturday mornings Jan 4-24. Registration deadline is January 2.
Youth Boys and Girls 1st grade basketball league
January 31 through March 6. Registration deadline is January 13.
3rd, 4th, 5th grade girls volleyball clinic
Saturdays March 21 to April 18 (no clinic Easter weekend)
Register Jan 27 through March 19.
20th annual Kirk Bower Racquetball Tournament
February 27-29, registration deadline is Saturday February 22.
Feel Better, Black Hills! Your next Passport to Wellness event is on Saturday, January 18 from 6 to 8 pm.
Lifeways Production presents “Be the Change, It’s Your Turn.”
Free event features art displays, live performances, and light refreshments. Lifeways strives to empower youth to be substance free.
Bring or sign up for your free passport at this event.
Be The Change: Perform, Present, Prevent will take place on January 18th, 2020 at 6 pm, graciously hosted by the Dahl Fine Arts Center. Art will be on display for viewing, as well as, live performances throughout the evening. Light refreshments will be available. Doors open thirty minutes prior to the event start. All members of the community are invited to join in support of Lifeways services, youth and adult artists and performers, and be the change towards substance free youth.
Admission is Free for students, Up to age 21.
Adult admission is $10 which goes directly to support Lifeways programs and services in the Rapid City area.
Lifeways strives to empower youth to be substance free. We also help the community understand the dangers associated with adolescent substance use and how they can be supportive of healthy youth expression. The services we provide consist of a continuum of services: classroom and individual prevention education, intensive intervention groups, intensive outpatient treatment, peer to peer activities, and in-school recovery support groups.
Director of the South Dakota State Railroad Museum, Rick Mills, will talk about a series of classic railroad images dating back to the beginnings of rail transportation on the High Plains in the 1860s, as well as some favorite rail images from the South Dakota State Railroad Museum collection. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 12:00 p.m.; admission by donation.
Join our legal, financial, and marketing experts to learn what you need to know to tune into your entrepreneurial spirit, turn your passion into a successful business and/or strengthen your existing business. The fourth annual Entrepreneurial Boot Camp is on Friday, January 24, 2020, from 9:00 am – 4:00 pm at the BHSU Rapid City campus (4300 Cheyenne Blvd, Rapid City). Room 112. Fee: $79 ($99 after January 17) Register at www.BHSU.edu/SDCEO or call us at 605-642-6435.
Gung Hay Fat Choy! Happy Chinese New Year! Celebrate Chinese New Year and the year of the rat. Participants will create a project to take home, eat Chinese style food for lunch, and be a part of a red envelope ceremony. For students in grades K-6. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.; $6 for members and $11 for non-members plus tax. Reservations required. Please call Amanda Brown, Education Director, at 605-578-1657 for reservations.
No one threw a better party than Calamity Jane. Join us for musical entertainment by Kenny Putnam and Boyd Bristow; Jena Sierks as the adventurous wildcat of the West, Calamity Jane, and Andy Moser as Marshal Con Stapleton; heavy hors d’oeuvres catered by Cheyenne Crossing; Chubby Chipmunk Hand-Dipped Chocolates; cash bar and live auction. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.; admission $40 per person. Purchase online at DeadwoodHistory.com or call 605-722-4800.
Students from Lead-Deadwood High School Band who are participating in the Region 8 Solo and Ensemble competition will perform a concert to practice for their competition. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. Please call Amanda Brown, Education Director, at 605-578-1657 for more information.
From April to August of 1898, Ida Crouch-Hazlett, a professional woman suffrage organizer with the National American Woman Suffrage Association (NAWSA), toured the mining towns of the Black Hills. She traveled by herself through these communities, attempting to revive local suffrage organizations, develop leadership, and raise funds for the statewide campaign. Throughout her travels, she corresponded regularly with the leadership of the state Equal Suffrage Association, updating them on her successes and perceived failures. These letters not only document the ups and downs of life on the campaign trail, they also provide unique insight into the 1898 campaign, the struggles that existed between the state and national suffrage organizations, and the difficulties of campaigning in a rural state. The lecture will be presented by Black Hills State University Professor Kelly Kirk. Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center; 12:00 p.m.; admission by donation.