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Light It Up to support mentoring program

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 26th, 2014
BROOKINGS, Dakotaland Federal Credit Union will kick off its second annual Light It Up Program to give back to local communities this holiday season.
Starting Thanksgiving evening, more than 6,000 dazzling LED lights will cover the front façade of the Brookings branch and display a 10-minute long holiday light show set to music.

The King’s Singers: Revered choral group opening North American tour at SDSU

Posted: Wednesday, Nov 26th, 2014
BROOKINGS, Double Grammy-award winning artists The King's Singers open their North American Christmas tour at South Dakota State University.
The renowned choral group from Cambridge, England, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 2, in the Performing Arts Center on the SDSU campus as a part of the Woodbine Concert Series, which annually brings some of the world's top musicians to

‘Military Times’ ranks SDSU 11th

Posted: Tuesday, Nov 25th, 2014
BROOKINGS, South Dakota State University has been named 11th among four-year schools by Military Times in its Best for Vets: Colleges 2015 rankings. In their fifth year, the rankings factor in the most comprehensive school-by-school assessment of veteran and military students' success rates.
As with all Best for Vets rankings, Best for Vets: Colleges 2015 is an editorially independent news

Become a safe sitter

Posted: Monday, Nov 24th, 2014
BROOKINGS, Registra-tion is now open for Brookings Health System's popular Safe Sitter Class, scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 30 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. in hospital conference rooms A and B.
The Safe Sitter Class is recommended for 11- to 13-year-old boys and girls who are interested in babysitting and working with younger children. Education includes first aid and

‘Taste of Nepalese Tea’ this weekend

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
The Nepalese Student Association (NeSA), a non profit student organization at South Dakota State University will host "A Taste of Nepalese Tea" in Brookings Public Library.

The event will be Sunday November 23r in Brookings Public Library, Downtown Brookings from 3 to 5 p.m. It is free and open to all general public to come have

Beginning to look a lot like …

Modified: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
Ryan Burggraff of the Forestry Division of the Brookings Park, Recreation and Forestry Department puts up one of the holiday season decorations on the corner of Main Avenue and Fifth Street on Friday afternoon.

Ireland connects to South Dakota with visit by Consul General

Posted: Friday, Nov 21st, 2014
BROOKINGS, Despite its differences in population and size, Ireland shares greater interest with South Dakota than statistics show. Ireland, a country surrounded by water, is approximately one-third the size of South Dakota and with a population of 4 million more people.
Consul General to Chicago and the Midwest Aidan Cronin will talk about those connections when he visits South

Jazz debuts on taps at fall concert

Posted: Thursday, Nov 20th, 2014
BROOKINGS, New SDSU jazz instructor Carl Spaeth will make his directing debut here and combo director Robert McCurdy will premiere a new piece Nov. 24 at 7:30 p.m. at the Perform-ing Arts Center.
Jazz Ensem-bles I and II from the South Dakota State Univer-sity music department will perform for the first time under Spaeth, who arrived in August after finishing

Former Brookings resident to return as lecturer

Posted: Thursday, Nov 20th, 2014
BROOKINGS, New York-based artist Skye Gilkerson will return to her roots in Brookings to present a Van Zante Visiting Artist Lecture and work with students at South Dakota State University Nov. 24-25.
Gilkerson's presentation is sponsored by the SDSU Department of Visual Arts, SDSU Friends of the Arts and the Helen Van Zante Endowment Fund.

Ag Museum offering snow globe class

Posted: Thursday, Nov 20th, 2014
BROOKINGS, The South Dakota Agricultural Heritage Museum is offering a Snow Globes for Kids class Dec. 6 at 10:30 a.m.
Participants will make their own snow globes using items such as miniature figures of people, animals, trees and buildings. These winter scenes are placed inside a recycled glass jar with glitter suspended in glycerin water.

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