Join us for a Chamber Business Mixer at Sturgis Center for the Arts! Mixer will be at the SCA location, 1238 Main Street Suite #2 in Sturgis (diagonal across the Main Street intersection from the Loud American, in the back of the First Western Insurance building). Mixer starts at 5pm and ends at 7pm.
The Mixer will feature the following:
- “Caramel Roll Bombs” from The Baker’s Rack
- Free carnations to the first 40 attendees
- An interactive art project with Board Member and local artist Ethan Engel
- A Valentine’s photo booth
- Live music from local musicians Kate Fjelstad, Alex Nold, and a student musician.
It’s going to be a great time, can’t wait to see you there!
Regional Health is hosting the 22nd Annual Hospice Ball, “Sapphires & Saddles” on Saturday, March 2nd at the Spearfish Holiday Inn & Convention Center. Doors open at 5pm, dinner at 6pm, and live auction begins at 7pm. Tickets are $65 per person ($75 after February 6th) or $480 for a table of eight. Reserve your tickets at (605) 755-9193.
Join us for the Loud American Acoustic Showcase featuring Jackie Kriebel from 6PM-7:30PM, followed by the L.A. Jam & Open Mic Nite from 8PM-11PM
The Knuckle Saloon & Brewery Presents:
Saturday March 16th
Silver Street Band
No Cover Charge!
Colcannon in Concert
Irish music on St Patrick’s Day…?? How perfect is that?!?!?
On Sunday, March 17th, Colcannon once again returns to Sturgis to present a warm and engaging
concert experience through the vibrant tradition of Irish music. The concert will be held at 2:00pm in
the Sturgis Community Center Theater, located at 1401 Lazelle St, in Sturgis
A quote says, “We started the evening as strangers and ended up great friends. Those who weren’t
aficionados of Irish music when they arrived must surely have been so by evening’s end. Vocalist Mick
Bolger sprinkled the group’s performance with huge dollops of Irish wisdom and deprecating humor. A
great storyteller with a flyaway mane of white hair, Bolger introduced many of the band’s numbers
with background information or jokes, eliciting laughter and hoots from audience members. From
toe-tapping dance tunes to plaintive ballads to humorous ditties, the band offered a full range of Celtic
music that lifted the spirits and happily heated up an already warm night. From dirge-like minor keys to
lilting and cheerful melodic lines, the music expressed the whole gamut of emotions both
instrumentally and vocally.” (The Redland CA Herald)
Tickets are $15 and will be available at the door. Who knows? Green beer may be part of the afternoon
(our leprechauns are working on making that happen). Happy St Patrick’s Day!