Veterans Recovery Concert to promote suicide prevention and recovery.
Rock Band: Tantric with special guest Casandra Carson from Paralandra
Emcee: Kevin Phillips
Free General Admission limited to Veterans, Service Members, & their support person.
Show VA ID, Military ID, or DD-214 at Entrance.
Veterans Day, Monday, November 11, 2019
Doors open at 6 PM.
Seating & standing room available on a first-come basis.
VA staff will be available to assist Veterans in enrolling in the VA prior to the show.
Mental Health professionals will be available to provide on-the-spot support to attendees & connect those in need to mental health services.
The lighting will be controlled and will not include any strobe lights.
The venue does not serve or advertise alcohol.
Attendees will be able to step out into a large hallway or outdoors if needed without interrupting the concert.
Louisville-based post grunge rock group Tantric have deﬁned themselves through 6 studio albums as a groove laden, guitar rich rock band with dense vocal harmonies and infectious vocal melodies. Frontman Hugo Ferreira’s unique soulful baritone vocals, ranging from angsty rasps to melodious melancholy are a testament for the signature Tantric sound. Along with the usual intricate guitar work and infectious riﬀs layered over complex textures has become the hallmark of the Tantric sound. Tantric has endured for a career of 15 years, and although band has gone through many label and lineup changes over the years, Ferreira has managed to keep the entity that is Tantric alive and well. “I consider Tantric a boat that I ﬂoat in—it’s a vessel that carries the music. So I never feel restrictions. It doesn’t have any rules. Tantric music can be super-heavy, light–or both It’s really an open book with no ending in sight”, says Ferreira.
Join us for our November Women In Networking meeting on Tuesday, November 12 from 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM. This month’s meeting will be held at the Spearfish Holiday Inn, ’76 Room.
Our Spotlight Speaker is Bailey Sadowsky, Sales and Communication Coordinator for the Spearfish Area Chamber of Commerce.
Women In Networking is an organization for women in business that provides an opportunity to widen their professional networks and promote your business and network with other women. WIN connects women, familiarizes participants with other businesses and/or upcoming events, and supports the SD CEO Women’s Business Center.
Cost: $15 ($20 after November 6)
Register at www.BHSU.edu/sdceo
Terry Barber – Blurb
With an extraordinarily broad vocal range and natural fluency in many musical styles, countertenor Terry Barber has been featured on some of the world’s most storied stages, and has worked with many of the music industry’s leading figures including Chanticleer, Madonna, Jewel and Steve Smith to name a few.
His program, “Around the World in 80 Minutes”, features unique arrangements by Emmy and Grammy-winning composers of some of the world’s favorite melodies both classical and popular. Danny Boy, Besame Mucho, La Vie En Rose, Bridge Over Troubled Water and a medley of Andrew Lloyd Webber hits are all likely to be heard.
Theodore Roosevelt’s views of masculinity are readily apparent in his love of the outdoors, hunting, conservation, Dakota ranching, and leadership including his engagement as Colonel in the Spanish American War. Much less is known about his views concerning women, his expectations of their societal roles and duties, and the evolution of his beliefs on women’s right to vote. These views were influenced by the women in his own family, beginning in early childhood and later as a young adult. As Roosevelt entered political life, his interactions with social reformers while President, and later as a Progressive presidential candidate, broadened his philosophy regarding women’s roles, rights, and duties. This lecture, presented by Cindi Penor Ceglian, will examine the importance of the strong and influential women in Roosevelt’s life and their impact on his views concerning legislation on women’s suffrage.
Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center – 12 p.m. – admission by donation.
Kara Sweet, the “Sweet Sommelier,” is offering a unique tasting experience in an intimate setting.
Not only will you get to sample delicious South Dakota wines, appetizers and desserts, but you’ll also learn why they pair so well together!
Kara is the author of “South Dakota Wine: A Fruitful History” and will host a book signing after the event.
Reserve your place now, as only a limited number of tickets will be sold for each night. Call 605-394-6923.
NOV. 14TH 6-8 PM
NOV. 21ST 6-8 PM
Strap on your thinking cap to help Deadwood History solve the Mystery at the Snoozeum. Explore the field of forensic science, use deductive reasoning to come to conclusions, and work with fellow detectives to help crack the case and figure out who killed Wild Bill Hickok in a life-size game of Deadwood Clue. For students in grades 3-7. Dinner, breakfast, and snacks provided.
The Snoozeum will take place at the Days of ’76 Museum. 6 p.m. – 8 a.m.
$20 for members and $25 for non-members plus tax. Scholarships available. Reservations required. Please call Amanda Brown, Education Director, at 605-578-1657 for reservations.
The annual Church Response Community Pantry Holiday Salute features a concert and silent auction. The event runs from 1:00 – 4:00 pm, Sunday, Nov. 17th at Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 717 Quincy Street. Silent auction items from local merchants will include gift certificates, jewelry, decorating items, quilts, hand-made items, and themed gift baskets. Baked goods and lefse will also be sold.
Church Response is celebrating its 47th year of service to Rapid City residents in need. This is a wonderful free holiday event for the whole family that is sure to boost your Holiday spirit!
Event timing details:
1:45 pm Silent Auction & Bake Sale opens
Pre-concert Music by Mary Weidenbach
2:00 pm Holiday Concert by Choral group Bella Voce with Special Guests United Brass
3:00 pm Final chance to place auction bids
Church Response is still accepting items, gift certificates, etc. to place in the auction.
Please bring auction donations soon to the Church Response office at 30 Main Street or call board representative Marilyn Fitzgerald at (605) 721-1938 for pick-up.
For further event information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Linda Mentele at (605) 342-5360. You can also “like” Church Response on Facebook.
Craft Beer & Bingo…what a beautiful combination. Add in prizes, great food, and a fantastic caller, what could be better?
The next installment of Craft Beer & Bingo is Sunday, November 17th, from 4–5:30 p.m. in the taproom. Come early and enjoy a meal from Prairie Berry Winery’s Kitchen and have a pint (or two).
We’ll be collecting freewill donations to benefit the The ALS Association, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota Chapter.
Bring your friends and family. Hope to see you there!
St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church parish and the Flowers of Many Colors, a St. Isaac Jogues Catholic Church outreach ministry, are hosting a Parish Community Feed on Thursday, November 21st starting at 6:00 P.M. in the Mother Butler Center, 231 Knollwood Drive (across from the AMC Rapid City 10 theater). Our menu will include: sliced ham, mashed potatoes, vegetables, salad, bread, desserts, and more. A free-will offering will be taken. Everyone is welcome. Please come and share a meal with us.