With just days left in 2020 most of us are excited about putting this year behind us. It might be a good time to start thinking about the year to come. According to Stacy. Keyser, Qualified Mental Health Profession, there are a few distinct reasons why resolutions are important to set.
Jazz music and an album drop. Enjoy the melodious tunes of Alex Massa and Andrew Huot. Check out massanotmassa.com to listen to more great jazz from Alex Massa and view his new album Water Music available today.
“Rock Painting and Stone Art - Projects and Techniques for Beginners and Beyond” is a new book by author Lori Rea that is guaranteed to get you painting rocks and spreading community share projects right away.
Follow the wondrous story of a young girl who’s holiday dreams are stolen by the Winter Shadow and Ice Queen. Experience the magic of the holidays with dazzling performers and breathtaking cirque artists, along with your favorite holiday music.
It’s a love story in the Black Hills. A menage a trois responsible for the business known as Shankar in Deadwood. Georgette Ohayon says “When I came to the Black Hills I fell in love with the Black Hills, my husband, and the business.”
After the success of their 28th Dinner Theatre Fundraiser, Black Hills Community Theatre is excited to bring back “It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play” as a special online presentation that feels even more like a classic holiday radio show.
A virtual children’s theater production called “Mirror Mirror,” based on the old Fractured Fairytales cartoons of the late 60′s/early 70′s shall take place as scheduled. It’s being directed by Gabbriella Hertz. Everything will be done virtually – auditions, rehearsals, and the final performance. Auditions will take place via Zoom.
Founded two years ago by a group of local business people, SD Community Foundation has 80 of these across the state - they are small community foundations that fall under the umbrella of the SDCF’s 501c3.
Black Hills Paranormal Investigation (BHPI) has conducted several investigations in and around the Black Hills. They specialize in residential investigations they educate the public and hopefully take away the mystique and fear of the unknown.