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Lead-Shepherd of the Hills                                                                                      05/29

A unique evening of song and dance with the Ugandan Children’s Choir. 6pm, Friday, May 29 @ 7pm.  825 W. Main Street. A free will offering to support Childcare Worldwide. FMI: 605-722-1206.

RC-Calvary Baptist Youth                                                                                      05/30

Huge Rummage Sale, Saturday, May 30, 7am-1pm, 4601 Mt. Rushmore Road. Brown grocery bag sale all day; fill bag with clothes and pay only $5/bag. Proceeds go to Youth Ministry. FMI: 605-209-0605.

RC-Open Bible Christian Center-Youth                                                                05/30

Rummage Sale and Indian Taco Sale to raise money to build a house for a deserving famiy in Tijuana this summer. 2225 E. St. Patrick Street. FMI: 605-342-4496.

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: 605-341-3292.

Newell-Christian Fellowship                                                                                    05/31

Financial Peace University classes begin May 31 @ 5pm. 4th Street and Elmira Avenue. Classes will be Sunday evenings for 9 weeks. FMI and to RSVP: 605-456-2544.

Pierre- Relay for Life – Team Faith                                                                        06/04

“Concert for a Cure”, a free concert benefiting the American Cancer Society. 7pm at the first United Methodist church, 117 N. Central Avenue, June 4th. A free will offering. Featuring local vocal ensemble, Surprise Package, performing a mix of oldies, sacred, patriotic and gospel music. FMI: 605-295-0283.

RC-Dakota Rods and Classics                                                                                 06/06

4th Annual Spring All car cuize-in 1980 and older @ Culvers, West Main Street, Saturday, June 6, 4-7pm. FMI: dakotarodsandcassics. Com

Dickinson-Freedom Baptist Fellowship                                                                  06/06

Undivided Heart: The Passion of a Set Apart Woman simulcast event, Saturday, June 6, 8:30am-4:00pm, 211 21st Street East. Free and lunch will be provided, for women of all ages. FMI: 515-333-3753.

Nemo-Community Church & the Firebelles                                                           06/06

Nemo Community Garage Sale and Bake Sale, June 6, 8am-2pm at the Nemo Community Church and Community Hall. FMI: 605-578-1349.

Spearfish-Farmers Market                                                                                      06/13

New location: Brady Park, on the corner of W. Grant Street and Meier Avenue, 2 blocks north and 2 blocks west of the previous location. Officially opens on June 13th, and open Saturday’s 9am-noon.

Belle Fourche-Refuse Solutions, Inc.                                                                       06/13

Open House at their Drop Off Recycling Center, June 13. Drop off your recycling for free from 11am-2pm. Bring a non perishable food item for the local food pantry. Enjoy burgers and brats. 800 Chamber Street, just north of Hwy 212 off of Industrial Street. FMI: 605-723-7723.

Sturgis-Area Arts Council                                                                                        06/25-06/28

Anything Goes, summer musical. A boatload of fun for all ages. Thursday, June 25 – Sunday, June 28 in the Sturgis Community Center Theater. 7pm nightly and Sunday @ 2pm. Tickets available at the door-$8 and students $5.

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.

Sturgis-Area Arts Council                                                                                        06/28

Northern Hills Community Band with a summer concert. A wide variety of selections from marches to show tunes to patriotic music. Bring a lawn chair or blanket. Concert at the east end of the Sturgis City Park @7pm.

Spearfish-Northern Hills Area CASA Program                                                    07/11

2015 29th Annual CASA Spearfish Canyon Half Marathon and 5K – Saturday, July 11. Walkers and runners, teams or individuals. Early registration is encouraged. Register online @ spearfishcanyonhalfmarathon.com. FMI: 605-722-4558.

RC-BH Area Habitat for Humanity                                                                        07/25

Learn about qualifying for a Habitat home, Residents of Butte, Custer, Fall River, Lawrence, Meade or Pennington counties. Saturday, Jul 25, 10-11am @ the RC Public Library, Conference Room B. 610 Quincy Street. FMI: 605-348-9196.

Gillette-Rockpile Museum Association                                                                    07/30

World famous cowboy poet, Waddie Mitchell at the CAMP-PLEX Heritage Center Theater to benefit the Rockpile Museum, July 30. A social reception @5pm with activities to follow until show @7pm. FMI: 307-682-5723 or rockpilemuseum.com

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.