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July 28, 2015 • Page 12 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Bassoon Band Set For Concert Tuesday ? MUSICAL From Page 10 ——— THE CAST Dr. Frederick Frankenstein — Nathan Porris The Monster — Jason Pasco Igor — Randy Fields Inga — Emily Vortherms Elizabeth Benning — Christine Pietz Frau Blucher — Vicki Geiser Inspector Hans Kemp — Michael Schumacher The Hermit & Dr. Von Frankenstein — Paul Ridgway Ziggy — Gage Blaschke Ensemble — Rick Hudson, Olivia Hudson, Katie Fargo, Steven Buchy, Jasmine Gill, Amy Bruening, Sandy Vavra, Lauren Bruening, Amber Emanuel, Billy Danner, Andrew Peitz, Kathy Volk, Rich Wright, Taylor Wesseln. ——— DIRECTED BY — Keith Goeden MUSICAL DIRECTOR — Dr. Kenneth Tice STUDENT DIRECTOR — Grace Adam CHOREOGRAPHER — Kathryn Rose Reimler COSTUMER — Stacie Peitz LIGHTS & SOUND — Kaisee Murphy & Sam Carda SET — Russ Leonard & Crew Yankton Area Arts, with the support of the City of Yankton, will present the Not Yet Almost Famous Bassoon Band in concert at 8 p.m. at Riverside Park Amphitheatre on Tuesday, July 28. Since 2009 the Not Yet Almost Famous Bassoon Band has been playing in Sioux Falls as part of its summer street musicians program. The band got its start when the area bassoonists from Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota realized it’d be fun to get together and play in public. The band has been together ever since, having played in Sioux City, Le Mars, Orange City, Vermillion and Yankton. Occasionally it plays in Sunday morning church services. The band consists of students, professional musicians, teachers, and friends. It’s a reunion to get together to practice, perform, share stories and just be together. This concert is a part of the free Tuesday Summer Concert Series sponsored by Yankton Area Arts and the City of Yankton in which the Yankton Summer Band performs six Tuesday concerts and is followed by five subsequent pops concerts through Aug. 4. In addition to the July 28 concert, the remaining concert in the series is: Main Avenue Warehouse on Aug. 4. Yankton Area Arts is a non-profit arts organization located at 508 Douglas Avenue in Yankton. The mission of YAA is to advocate, educate, and enrich Yankton by integrating the arts within the community. Without the support of its members, volunteers and partners, free weekly concerts throughout the summer would not be possible. SD State Fair Offers Competitions HURON — Sew it. Grow it. Show it. Create it. Enter it! The Women’s Building has two fun competitions for South Dakotans Dr. Frankenstein (Nathan Porris, left) and The Monster (Jason Pasco) huff it up in the to show their skills at. musical number “Puttin’ on the Ritz” in a scene from the Lewis and Clark Theatre Let the cupcake wars begin! The Cupcake Creations Company musical “Young Frankenstein.” The musical, which debuted on Broadway in 2007, is based on the classic 1974 Mel Brooks movie of the same name. Contest is scheduled for Thursday, Sept. 3 from noon-2 p.m. at the Women’s Building Kitchen. Bring your crafty ideas and “There’s a safety vacuum For people with a higher Goeden. decorations to compete for prizes. One dozen cupcakes will when you see a movie or a threshold for shock, it can Tickets can be purchased be provided, but you will need to bring the tools and decoraTV show on screen. You feel be promised that they’re in at the Dakota Theatre or tions needed to create your cupcakes. A $25 gift basket will be like you’re in a cocoon,” said for a good time. online at www.lewisandclarkawarded to first place winner and a $10 gift to second place. Goeden. “We don’t want to “There’s some great danc- theatre.org. For reservations, Entry forms must be submitted by July 31 and can be found offend anybody, but they ing and excellent singing. I call 605-665-4711. Follow @ReillyBiel on in the Women’s Building Premium Book. This contest is open should also be aware of what think it’s gonna be a pretty Twitter. they’re getting into.” spectacular show,” said to all ages! Homemade wine makers, there is a contest for you, too. The Open Class Homemade Wine Competition is scheduled for Monday, Sept. 7, from 1-3 p.m. at the Women’s Building Kitchen. This is the perfect opportunity to see how your homemade wine stacks up against others. Divisions are 1) Red Wine, 2) White Wine and 2100 Broadway, Yankton 3) My Own Creation Wine. (605) 665-3412 Exhibitors may enter one or all divisions. A S.D. State Fair Wine Pavilion $20 gift certificate will be awarded to first place winners and a wine gift basket will go to second place while supplies last • no rainchecks winners. Entry forms must be submitted by July 31 and can be found in the Women’s Building Premium Book. Must be 21 to enter. In addition to the two special contests, other entries for the Women’s Building, Arts and Education Building and Horticulture Building are being sought. Photography, garden items, upcycled items, table and place settings, canned goods, etc. can all be entered as static exhibits. With the Pinterest craze, there should be no shortage of ideas! All ages are encouraged to participate; in some cases, there are junior and senior divisions. Premium books for these buildings are available online at www.sdstatefair.com. Registration deadline is July 31. Literature deadline is July 17. The 2015 South Dakota State Fair will run from Thursday, Sept. 3, through Monday, Sept. 7. Channel Seeds Preview Night will be Wednesday, Sept. 2. This year’s theme is “Sew it. Grow it. Show it.” For more information on State Fair events, contact the Fair office at 800-529-0900, visit www.sdstatefair.com or find ¢ them on Facebook or Twitter. KELLY HERTZ/P&D 12 HOUR SALE FRIDAY, JULY 31ST ONLY 6 AM - 6 PM SENSATIONAL SUMMER SAVINGS BUILD A DELICIOUS B.L.T. Farmland Bacon 2 $ 99 Lettuce 69 69 3 $ 99 Hamburger Buns 1 $ 99 8 ct. Hot Beef Sandwich 4 $ 99 11am-8pm 99 ¢ lb. 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