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RC-Heart of David Ministries                                                                                  04/30

Country Gospel music concert with the Heart of David, featuring Stringbean Svenson, Bobbie Humphrey and Donnie Williams. Elks Theatre, 512 6th Street, April 30 @ 7pm. Cost is $15, children under 10 free.

Dickinson-Hope Christian Academy                                                                       05/01

205 Spring Banquet and Auction, Friday, May 1 @ 6pm at the Astoria Hotel & Event Center. FMI and tickets: 701-225-3919.

Spearfish-Summit Open Bible                                                                                 05/01-05/02

Treasured Masquerade, a weekend event for teenage & college age girls. May 1 and 2, The Pavilion, 15 S. Canyon St. Special speakers, crowning ceremony, giveaways, photo booth and more. Register online @

Spearfish-Treasured South Dakota                                                                                    05/01-05/02

Treasured, the Masquerade is an event for teens and college aged girls, May 1 @ 6:30pm and May 2 @ 9:45am at the Spearfish Pavilion. Speakers, Masquerade Ball, crowning ceremony, give a ways, photo booth & more. Register online @ or 605-210-0140.

RC-Saturday Night Alive                                                                                         05/02

Cinco de Mayo party, May 2 @ 6pm. Bring a Mexican dish to share and friend, dress in colorful or Mexican dress. FMI and directions: 605-521-8933.

RC-Habitat for Humanity                                                                                        05/02

In conjunction with National Women’s Build Week, BH Habitat is challenging women to devote at least one day to building simple, decent affordable housing. FMI and to volunteer: 605-348-9196.

RC-Bridges of Hope                                                                                                 05/02

Benefit Concert featuring Kenny Putnam and band, Saturday, May @ pm at the Hotel Alex Johnson. Proceeds to benefit the children in West Africa. Tickets online @

RC-Westminister MOPS                                                                                          05/02

Annual Rummage Sale, Saturday, May 2, doors open at 7am until 2pm. All items ½ price starting at noon. Westminster Presbyterian Church, 1012 Soo San Drive. FMI: 605-484-0799.

Spearfish-International House of Prayer                                                                05/02

Sponsoring the SD Healing Explosion. Worship, teaching and prayer for the sick, state wide reach for the purpose of showing God’s power. May 2 at 630 32nd Street @ 6pm. FMI: 605-641-5981.

RC-Bells of the Hills                                                                                                  05/03

Spring concert “Celebrate”, Sunday, May3 @ 2:30 at South Canyon Lutheran Church, 700 44th Street. Enjoy a variety of joyful handbill music. Free concert. FMI: 605-670-8737.

RC-Humane Society of the Black Hills                                                                   05/05

Orientation to become a volunteer dog walker or cat cudder. Pre-registration is required. May 5 @ 3:30pm, 1820 E. St. Patrick Street. FMI: 605-394-4170 Ext. 3.

RC-FHA                                                                                                                    05/05

Rapid City Municipal Candidate Forum - Mayor, City Council, School Board races. Tuesday, May 5, 7-9pm at Best Western Ramkota, Washington Room (main entrance) FMI: 605-718-LIFE (5433).

RC-                                                                                                                             05/08

Lutheran Social Services, Bethany Christian Services and Catholic Social Services are sponsoring a Birthmother’s Day Dinner to honor birth mothers. FMI: Catholic Social Services @ 605-348-6086.

Rapid Valley-United Methodist Church                                                                 05/09

Luncheon – theme is “Teapots, Smiles and Friendships.” 5103 Long View Drive. Good food, entertainment and door prizes. Presale ticket: adults $8, children under 8 $3. Tickets sold at the door for an inceased cost. FMI: 605-393-1526.

RC-BH Leadership Development Team                                                                 05/08

The Brave Ones, Leadercast, Friday, May 8, 9am-4:30pm at Fountain Springs Church, 2100 N. Plaza Drive. Doors open at 8:30am. Visit BHLeadership facebook page for ticket information.

RC-Chapter of Ducks Unlimited                                                                             05/09

Ducks Unlimited Annual Banquet, Saturday, May 9 @ Hilton Garden Inn, 5pm. Looking for donations to raffle and auction off to raise money for restoration of wetlands. You can also purchase tickets or sponsor a table. FMI: 605-545-1697.

Hill City-Public Library                                                                                           05/09

Friends of the Library sponsoring a “Specialty Book Sale & Basket of Books” Saturday, May 9, 10am-2pm at the north end of the Mangy Moose on Main Street. All proceeds will support the Hills City Public Library acquisitions and programming.

Spearfish-St. Joseph’s Catholic Church                                                                 05/10

7th Annual Run for Their Lives 5k run/walk/stroll Mother’s Day-Sunday, May 10. Registration @ 10:15am, Run/walk @ 11am at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church. $20 per person, $10 for children under 12, $70 per family with all proceeds to Lach’s Legacy-Fighting SIDS’s in SD. FMI: 605-717-5156 or register online @

RC-Area School District                                                                                           05/11-05/14

Free developmental kindergarten screenings at Jefferson School for children that will be attending kindergarten. May 11-14. Parents make an appointment at 605-394-1813.

RC-Humane Society of the Black Hills                                                                   05/12

Orientation to become a volunteer dog walker or cat cudder. Pre-registration is required. May 12 @ 3:30pm, 1820 E. St. Patrick Street. FMI: 605-394-4170 Ext. 3.

Fellowship of Christian Sportsmen Plus                                                                 05/15-05/17

Family fly fishing event. Instructors, equipment, food and lodging. Arrive Friday after 7pm, fly fish Saturday and Sunday. 4 meals included in requested donation. Camp Judson in Keystone. FMI: 605-271-7333.

RC-Humane Society of the Black Hills                                                                   05/16

Orientation to become a volunteer dog walker or cat cudder. Pre-registration is required. May 16 @ 10am, 1820 E. St. Patrick Street. FMI: 605-394-4170 Ext. 3.

RC-Black Hills Power Relay for Life                                                                      05/16

5th Annual Purses or a Purpose Fundraiser. Tuesday, May 16, 10a,-2pm at the Adoba Hotel, 445 Mt Rushmore Road. Huge sale of new and gently used donated purses with all profits going to the American Cancer Society. To donate call 605-721-1253 or drop them off at 625 9th Street until April 23rd.

RC-Volunteers of America                                                                                      05/21

Rise and Shine Benefit Breakfast, Thursday, May 21 at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center. Become a table host or attend the event. FMI: 307-682-8505 or

RC-Humane Society of the Black Hills                                                                   05/26

Orientation to become a volunteer dog walker or cat cudder. Pre-registration is required. May 26 @ 3:30pm, 1820 E. St. Patrick Street. FMI: 605-394-4170 Ext. 3.

Lead-Shepherd of the Hills                                                                                      05/30

A unique evening of song and dance with the Ugandan Children’s Choir. 6pm, Saturday, May 30 @ 825 W. Main Street. A free will offering to support Childcare Worldwide. FMI: 605-722-1206.

RC-Shattered Hearts                                                                                                05/30

A grandparents Grief, to offer friendship who those who share the same loss…the loss of a grandchild. Saturday, May 30, 9-10am @ the RC Public Library. Helen Hoyt Room. FMI: 605-381-7662.

RC-Working Against Violence                                                                                05/30

Hosting the annual 5K Peace Promotion fun run/walk to promote community awareness of domestic violence and sexual assault. Registration 8am near the band shell, 5k starts @ 9am. Snacks and door prizes. Event is at the Memorial Park Band Shell and west on bike path. FMI: 605-341-392.

Hot Springs – Arts and Crafts Festival                                                                   06/26 – 6/28

The 39th Annual Main Street Arts & Crafts Festival features local and regional artists at Centennial Park in Hot Springs. Come enjoy food, entertainment and arts & craft vendors from around the area June 26-28th. FMI: Gerald @ 605-745-3684.

RC-Meals Program                                                                                                   TFN

Volunteer drivers needed, delivering meals to our inbound seniors in the RC area. Training classes are every Wednesday, from 2:30-3:30 or call for additional class times. 605-394-6002.

RC-United Way                                                                                                        TFN

211 Information Line is a free 24/7 service people can call for answers and referrals to social service agencies, government programs and non-profit organizations. In addition, suicide crisis line and listening support for people in need.