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Perkins Pie Fundraiser
The Mead Cultural Education Center would like to invite you to take part in in the Perkins Pie Fundraiser. The funds will assist with exhibit development in the premier exhibits of the Children’s Transportation Museum and the Journeying Forward; Corps of Discovery.
Purchase Pie Certificates for $15.00 each and can be redeem for 1 pie per certificate at the Yankton, SD Perkins Restaurant.
Pie Certificates can be purchased at the Dakota Territorial Museum, 610 Summit Street, Yankton, SD during the month of September and are able to be used up to one year. For more information, please call 605-665-3898.
TruckLoad Food Giveaway
Set Free Church is teaming up with Feeding South Dakota and Fiesta foods for a TruckLoad food giveaway on Sept 20th. Items include Meat, Produce, Canned goods, etc. Start time is 8:30 AM, location is Set Free Church 213 N 3rd in Beresford, SD
Benefit for Dylan Kirkpatrick
A benefit for Dylan Kirkpatrick will be held on Saturday, September 22nd at Bunyans in Vermillion. Doors will open at 6 pm. Cost is $10 per two people. There will be a contest for best dressed & best sports attire, plus a raffle.
Dylan Kirkpatrick was in a car accident on July 19th outside of Vermillion. He was air lifted to to a Hospital with a traumatic brain injury and is currently in recovery.
Find more information on the Facebook Event Page: Benefit for Dylan Kirkpatrick.
Join Southeast CASA for a fun fundraiser to support child advocacy services in Clay County on Saturday, September 22nd! Jackpot drawing, gift basket raffles, appetizers, cash bar, red shoe contests, and the Dueling Duo pianos show! Tickets are $25 each, available at www.southeastcasa.org. The Red Shoe Gala will be held at The Eagles Club in Vermillion.
Breakfast & Bake Sale
A breakfast & bake sale will be held to benefit Darin Guenther on Sunday, September 23rd at St. Rose Hall in Crofton. Serving from 8 am to noon. Breakfast includes sausage, pancakes, scrambled eggs, biscuits & gravy, plus many baked goodies for sale. This is a free will offering breakfast. Proceeds go to Darin Guenther who is preparing for a heart transplant.
Shop for Darin
Crofton native, Darin Guenther, is awaiting a heart transplant, and Main Street Treasures would like to help him and his family with some of the expenses. A “Shop for Darin” day will be held on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. All proceeds from Main Street Treasures will be donated to Darin.
Darin was a vital part of the Crofton Warriors football staff and an all-around great person. Shop at Main Street Treasures on September 26th to support Darin!
Run from the COPS! 5K Glow run
Come see if you are faster than the Vermillion area’s finest. Join the Fraternal Order of Police-Vermillion for the annual 5K glow run on Thursday, September 27th at Prentis Park. Registration starts at 7:00pm with the run at 8:00pm. Pre-register by Monday, September 17 to guarantee a t-shirt online at www.maiden605.com. Find more information on the Facebook Event Page: Run from the COPS! 5K Glow run.
Bragging Rights on Thursday Nights
It’s the last Bragging Rights on Thursday Nights of the year, September 27th! Support the community and non profits with your love of cars! Come on out with your classic car, motorcycle, anything you have!! Each month there will be a different non profit serving the meal for a free will donation. September’s non profit is the Lewis and Clark Dakota Theater.
Also different this year is 1 non profit for the Summer! Each event will be a donation such as a food item, socks, ect for a local cause…Pathways Shelter for the Homeless! Instead of any fees to register we will ask you bring an item!! (each month will be a different item so keep an eye out!) Bring your lawn chairs, come out for food, friends, music, and supporting our community and non profits!!! Find more information on the Facebook Event Page: Bragging Rights on Thursday Nights.
Vermillion’s 4th annual Oktoberfest celebration returns to Ratingen Platz this year on Friday, September 28th and Saturday, September 29th! Enjoy the family-friendly celebration of the traditional German festival. This event is sponsored by HyVee Vermillion and Schell’s Beer and will featuring traditional foods, great beer, fun & games, and festive polka band The Jolley Zuks!! Find more information on the Facebook Event Page: Vermillion’s Oktoberfest.
It’s Oktoberfest in Crofton, Saturday, September 29th. Join the Crofton Haymarket for German food, beer and live music from the Barry Boyce Polka Band from Omaha! Kids are welcome.
$5 admission. 1/2 off if dressed in German costume. Free admission for ages under 21 years. Compete in the Brat & Bravarian pretezel eating contest and the Stein drinking contest.
Proceeds benefit the Crofton Historical Center, a nonprofit attraction coming soon to Main Street. Contact Doug & Juliet de Shazer (402-510-8845) for more information or find more details on the Facebook Event Page: Crofton Oktoberfest.
The Rich Schild Memorial Fireworks committee is hosting our 5th annual bingo night to raise funds for the fireworks display at Czech Days. The bingo night is September 29, at the Beseda Hall in Tabor. Light lunch at 6, with bingo at 6:30. FCSLA will be matching funds of the soft card sales.
Join the Yankton Volunteer Firefighters and Auxiliary for a delicious pancake breakfast on Sunday, September 30th. Breakfast will be served from 8 am to 12:30 pm, located at fire station #2, 201 W. 23rd street. This is a free will donation breakfast.
Annual Heritage Feast
Take a step back into history on Sunday, September 30th at the 18th Annual Heritage Feast and 100th Birthday of Saints Pilip & James School. Visit the antique room, make a candle or a rope by hand, and create memories with family & friends. Enjoy horse drawn wagon rides, hand cranked ice cream making, 2 man saw contest, basket weaving, hand corn grinding & grading and more! Lunch is available with pie or cheesecake for dessert. This event will take place at the St. James marketplace in St. James, NE from 11 am to 5 pm.
Frankenstein Performance at Vermillion High School
Vermillion High School thespians are celebrating the 200th anniversary of Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein with their upcoming production of the Gothic horror story on October 5th, 6th, and 7th. The play, set in the 1800s, combines all the thrills of the classic story with the campiness of the 1930’s horror movie.
A special late night, 10:00 p.m. showing on Friday October 7th kicks off the performance weekend. Saturday’s show begins at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday’s at 2:30 p.m. The cost is $5 for adults, $3 for students and senior citizens, and admission is free to those with a Vermillion School District activity card. Tickets are available at the door.
St. Andrew’s Catholic Church invites you to their annual fall Dinner on Sunday Oct. 7th from 11:15am to 1:15pm. The dinner will be held in the church basement (handicap accessible). Serving a meal of Chicken Cordon Bleu or Ham. All the extra goodies too including a variety of homemade desserts. Adults are $10, Kids 6-12 are $5.00 and 5 and under are free. Meal Delivery is available by calling Brad and Connie at 402.841.1297. Grand Raffle tickets available to purchase as well with a chance to win a variety of prizes including cash prizes.
Fellas and Dolls, get ready for a RIP ROARING good time! It will be the bee’s knees event of the season and you will want to be there! It’s the Avera Sacred Heart Foundation Simply D’Vine,but this year it’s NOT just wine! This year enjoy a prohibition style event with unique cocktails, entertainment, costumes and gaming to fit your fancy! Get your tickets now for the October 19th event benefiting the Yankton Avera Cancer Institute on October 19th.
Wine & Whiskers
Join the Heartland Humane Society for the 2018 Wine & Whiskers – There’s No Place Like Home event on Saturday, November 10th at The Brewery in Yankton. The evening will include social hour with games, silent auction, open cash bar, seated dinner and program, dessert dash and live auction.
Tickets are $50 each and can be purchased by contacting Kerry at Heartland Humane Society – firstname.lastname@example.org or 605.664.4244. Only 300 tickets will be sold. Find more information on the Facebook Event Page: Wine & Whiskers 2018.