Friday, June 3rd 2016 - All Day
Over the summer of 2016, in the lead-up to the U.S. Presidential Elections, Gaelyn and Gustavo Aguilar, Co-Artistic Directors of Tug Collective, will embark on a two-month expedition over the National Historic Lewis and Clark Trail, making various stops at community venues along this 11-state journey. All the while, they will make tacos with people, prompt dialogue, and invite innovative forms of engagement around the question: What is it going to take for us to truly live inter-culturally?
The project, called Who Eats at Taco Bell? , will investigate how American attitudes, institutions, and politics are changing dramatically as the U.S. finds itself on the cusp of becoming a nation with no majority demographic group. Changes like this, however, often expose underlying fears and uncertainties that can lead to tension and conflict, even as they reveal implicit assumptions and biases that have existed in the popular imagination for some time around what it means to be an American.
The Aguilars will hit the road – starting at the Camp Dubois confluence of Wood River and Hartford, Illinois on May 14 and ending in Seaside, Oregon on July 14 – to deepen understanding and action around attitudes and ideas our country has inherited. They are working closely with national and community partners to tailor the experience to local needs, ensuring the creation of spaces that can support the new and stronger relationships across diverse cultural groups, and inviting new and exciting visions for the future during this time of tremendous change. The Aguilars will arrive in Vermillion on Friday, June 3rd and will be engaging the community in a variety of discussions, interventions, and exhibitions through Wednesday, June 8th. Find them at the Vermillion Farmer’s Market at the Platz on Saturday, June 4th, at the Vermillion Public Library on Monday, June 6th & 8th from 6-8 pm, Southeast of the Armory on Tuesday, June 7th, at the Vermillion UPNext Coffee Hour (at VPL) on Wednesday, June 8th from 8-9 am, and more! More information on their Vermillion schedule can be found at http://vermillionpubliclibrary.org/newsblog/.
Gaelyn and Gustavo Aguilar are the Co-Artistic Directors of Tug, a collective focused on interdisciplinary research, new forms of social practice, and participatory, problem-based interventions that tackle the cultural politics of contemporary border regions in North America. For a preliminary schedule of the Summer 2016 expedition, visit www.tacotalk.org, or go to Tug Collective on Facebook.
The Edith B. Siegrist Vermillion Public Library is located at 18 Church Street.
Friday, June 3rd 2016 - 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm at The Center
900 Whiting Drive
Bingo at The Center , 900 Whiting Drive, every Tuesday and Friday 7 – 9 pm and is open to the public!
Friday, June 3rd 2016 - 7:00 pm
MUSIC AT THE PARK
On Friday June 3, 2016 Hillview Recreation Area, Hinton, IA will have an
awesome surprise for park visitors and anyone else who would like to come!!
At 7pm at our picnic shelter on the south side of the park,
Will Schmit will be hostng an hour long concert of original and folk songs !
The “Spirit of Chautauqua” is an outdoor concert series brought to you by Will
Schmit and County Conservation Boards in Iowa. This summer, Will is
performing concerts in 40 Iowa Parks to celebrate the release of his new album
“Adventure of a Lifetime.”
Enjoy some free entertainment in the Great Outdoors this summer and bring the
family and picnic basket!!!
To find out more about Will and his Spirit of Chautauqua Iowa Music Tour go
check his website out (listed below) We look forward to seeing you June 3rd!!
Saturday, June 4th 2016 - 8:00 am - 3:00 pm at Ponca State Park Archery Complex
88090 State Spur 26E
Join us for the 7th annual premier 3D shoot of the tri-state area. Featuring 60 challenging targets at a total of 20 stations. FREE event t-shirt to the first 150 shooters. Register to win a Nikon Prostaff 3i rangefinder, Plano prize pack, SCHEELS Gift Cards and much more!
Adults – $20 and receive a $10 SCHEELS Gift Card
Youth – 12 and under FREE (will not receive a gift card)
Registration: At the event. No prior registration is required. Only cash or check payments accepted.
Sponsors: SCHEELS, Nebraska Game & Parks, Plano, Nikon
Saturday, June 4th 2016 - 9:00 am - 5:00 pm at Marina Inn Conference Center
385 East 4th Street
The Nebraska Numismatic Association invite you to the 60th annual coin show in South Sioux City, NE at the Marina Inn Conference Center. The show will feature coins, currency, tokens and related items. It will be on June 4th from 9am-5pm and June 5th from 9am-4pm. there is free admission and free appraisals. For more information call 712-274-9195.
Mr. Dennis Boggs will be joining them at the show on both days. He will present an informative and educational look at the life of the 16th president of the United States. He has written documentaries for the History Channel and PBS.
Saturday, June 4th 2016 - 9:00 am - 12:00 pm at Market at the Meridian
Walnut & 2nd St.
Join them every Saturday from May to October for the Regional Farmers market with market at the Meridian in downtown Yankton. It is Saturday mornings from 9am-noon at the Northwest corner of Walnut & 2nd. Farm Fresh home grown items with hand crafted specialties as well. Find all the details at Market at the Meridian
Sunday, June 5th 2016 - 9:00 am
Lewis & Clark Lake Ministry will be starting Interdenominational Church Services from Memorial Day until labor Day. They will meet at Weigand Campground on the Neb. side each Sunday at 9 am. there will be a service at Pierson Ranch Amphitheater, Lewis & Clark Recreational Area in Yankton, SD at 10:30 am.
Tuesday, June 7th 2016 - 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm at LifeScape
2501 W. 26th Street
“Back to Sleep” keeps babies safe, but many infants don’t enjoy the Tummy Time needed to keep their heads from developing flat spots or their neck muscles from tightening on one side. A LifeScape physical therapist shares tips and tricks for Tummy Time and safe positioning of infants for sleep and play.
Register for this free training:
Tuesday, June 7th 2016 - 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm at The Center
900 Whiting Drive
The Dementia Caregiver Group meets each month on the 2nd Tuesday from 4-5:30pm. The group is open to the public and free of charge. Call The Center for more information.
Tuesday, June 7th 2016 - 6:00 pm at Yankton City Cemetery
Douglas ave & 29th st.
The Yankton Community Library, Dakota Territorial Museum, and Dakota Theatre are partnering to sponsor a fourth Historic Cemetery Walk on Tuesday, June 7, 2016. Tours are set to leave the south entry of the Yankton City Cemetery on Douglas Avenue beginning at 6 p.m. and departing every fifteen minutes thereafter, until 7:45 p.m.
Hear re-enactors of Yankton’s historic figures tell their stories at their grave sites. You will “meet” John S. Lanning, Nelson J. and Alice Cramer, Mary Ann Brisbine, William Bordeno, victims of Yankton’s Spanish Flu epidemic, and Jack McCall who will actually tell us “his” side of the story. Please note that this is a completely different tour from previous years.
Tickets go on sale at the Library, 515 Walnut Street, on Monday, May 16. When purchasing your tickets, you must choose your tour time. Each tour can accommodate twelve people. Earlier tours will be filled before later tours are opened.
For further information, contact the library at 668-5275.