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Dance Party - Every Friday 8:30 - 11:00

August 15, 2014  - December 19, 2014  8:30 pm - 11:00 pm

Dance to a music mix for Ballroom, Country, Swing & Club styles of social dance. We usually have a theme for our dance parties please call the studio to find out what it is for this week or just come as you are.

Location: Gotta Dance Studio - 412 Oshkosh St, Rapid City, SD 57701

Saturday Night Dance

August 23, 2014  - December 27, 2014  7:30 pm

Come and enjoy live music every Saturday night at Canyon Lake Senior Center . . . a place to stay young! Questions? Call 721-8710 Monday through Friday

Location: 2900 Canyon Lake Drive, Rapid City, SD

SD CEO Presents Quick Lessons on QuickBooks

October 1, 2014  - October 29, 2014  10:00 am - 11:00

SD CEO and Casey Peterson & Associates Presents: Quick Lessons on QuickBooks 2; 5-week advanced webinar series Every Wednesday during October. $20/webinar or $75/series call 605-642-6435 or www.BHSU.edu/sdceo to register

Location: Webinar Series

Life Inc in Rapid Valley

October 14, 2014  - December 9, 2014  5:30 pm

Life INC in Rapid Valley begins October 14 Grow into a NEW You! Take root in a place that will support you. Life INC provides a safe place to help you find solutions in areas such as finances, faith, relationships, and more! Life INC classes in Rapid Valley meet on Tuesday nights for nine weeks beginning October 14th. Choose from four classes: Financial Freedom, Bridges to Freedom, Christianity Explored, and Tools for Loving Relationships. All classes are free of charge – dinner and childcare are included. To register please call the Love INC office at 718-5683. More information can be found at www.loveinconline.com/life-inc.

5th Annual Women's Business Conference

October 24, 2014   9:00 am - 4:00 pm

SD CEO Presents the 5th Annual Women's Business Conference Back by popular demand: Leading Edge Coaching and Development Conference theme: Team Building Early Bird registration: $115 by Oct. 13 $130 after Oct. 13 To register or for more information: www.BHSU.edu/SDCEO or call 605-642-6435

Location: The Lodge, Deadwood

Halloween Hike

October 24, 2014   5:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Wear your costumes and come to The Outdoor Campus-West for fun games, crafts and evening hikes. The FREE event will have games and activities for the whole family. We'll have short, non-scary hikes for the younger kids (AKA the little legs hike). Plus we'll have longer hikes (aka long legs hikes) for the older kids and adults, with maybe a surprise or two along the way.

Location: The Outdoor Campus-West

The Club for Boys Family Halloween Party

October 24, 2014   5:30 pm - 8:30 pm

Current Club members and their family members are invited to join us for The Club for Boys Annual Halloween Party. Doors open at 5:30 with dinner being served until 6:30. There will be lots of ghoulish games, spooky snacks and freaky fun. Costumes are welcome, but please no masks. Children who are not Club members must be supervised by an adult. Parents please note that the Club is CLOSED until the doors open at 5:30. There will be no busing from schools today, so please make other arrangements.

Location: 320 N 4th Street

Deer Camp

October 25, 2014   8:00 am - 3:00 pm

Cooler Challenge — All day Stop in and checkout which cooler truly stands out as we put the coolers to the test using blocks of ice! Fall Camp Breakfast — 9am You need to be focused during a hunt and you can’t be with an empty stomach! Learn some easy and delicious cooking ideas, featuring our Camp Chef and Cabela’s Ultimate Grill, that will get your ready for a successful hunt. Skinning Your Trophy for Taxidermy — 9:30-10:30am If you bag that animal that has to be a full size mount or just want to be your taxidermist’s favorite customer, you don’t want to miss this. Watch as a local taxidermist Gary English demonstrates how to best skin that once-in-a-lifetime kill. He will also give you tips that will ensure your hide and meat get out of any terrain fresh and undamaged. Deer Processing Techniques — 10:30am-12pm No matter how you slice it, 150 lbs is a lot of meat. Learn how to get creative and don’t let an ounce go to waste. From brats and sausage, to jerky and hamburger we’ll show you how to slice, grind, and dehydrate meat for a delicious treat. It’s easier than you think and our spices add just the right kick. Dutch Oven Delights — 11 am–1 pm Learn how to impress your camp mates with a Dutch oven surprise. Join us for a fun, informative demonstration as we introduce the basics of Dutch oven cooking. Be sure to take part in this fun cooking session and taste samples that are sure to please! BB Gun Range — 11 am–1 pm Bring the kids out to learn safe shooting practices at our FREE BB Gun Range. Hangin’ Out — 1pm Learn the basics of tree stand selection. Game Cameras — 1:30pm Technology is always changing. Stay up to date with new technology and best known methods for getting the most out of your game camera this year. Big Bucks and Broadheads — 2pm General season is weeks away, so don’t put your bow down yet! Make the most of your last weeks and bag the buck before rifle season. Bowhunting is an addictive sport and it is becoming increasingly popular, even traditional firearm hunters are picking up archery in record numbers. No matter if you prefer traditionals or compounds, there’s nothing like getting an early jump on hunting season.

Location: Cabela's

Deer Camp

October 25, 2014  - October 26, 2014  9:00 am - 4:00 pm

Saturday, October 25th Fall Camp Breakfast — 9am: You need to be focused during a hunt and you can’t be with an empty stomach! Learn some easy and delicious cooking ideas, featuring our Camp Chef and Cabela’s Ultimate Grill, that will get your ready for a successful hunt. Skinning Your Trophy for Taxidermy — 9:30-10:30am: If you bag that animal that has to be a full size mount or just want to be your taxidermist’s favorite customer, you don’t want to miss this. Watch as a local taxidermist Gary English demonstrates how to best skin that once-in-a-lifetime kill. He will also give you tips that will ensure your hide and meat get out of any terrain fresh and undamaged. Camo Station — 9am-2pm: Learn about the latest in camo technology and patterns...and be sure to get your face painted! Youth Calling Station — 9am-2pm: Learning to call wild animals can be fun and entertaining. Stop by our with the kids and learn to use a variety of calls for the upcoming seasons. Cooler Challenge — 9am-2pm: Stop in and checkout which cooler truly stands out as we put the coolers to the test using blocks of ice! Deer Processing Techniques — 10:30am-12pm: No matter how you slice it, 150 lbs is a lot of meat. Learn how to get creative and don’t let an ounce go to waste. From brats and sausage, to jerky and hamburger we’ll show you how to slice, grind, and dehydrate meat for a delicious treat. It’s easier than you think and our spices add just the right kick. Dutch Oven Delights — 11 am–1 pm: Learn how to impress your camp mates with a Dutch oven surprise. Join us for a fun, informative demo as we introduce the basics of Dutch oven cooking. Be sure to take part in this fun cooking session and taste samples that are sure to please! BB Gun Range — 11 am–1 pm Learn safe shooting practices at our FREE BB Gun Range. Hangin’ Out — 1pm: Learn the basics of tree stand selection. Game Cameras — 1:30pm: Technology is always changing. Stay up to date with new technology and best known methods for getting the most out of your game camera this year. Big Bucks and Broadheads — 2pm: General season is weeks away, so don’t put your bow down yet! Make the most of your last weeks and bag the buck before rifle season. Bowhunting is an addictive sport and it is becoming increasingly popular, even traditional firearm hunters are picking up archery in record numbers. No matter if you prefer traditionals or compounds, there’s nothing like getting an early jump on hunting season. Sunday, October 26th Fall Camp Breakfast— 9am You need to be focused during a hunt and you can’t be with an empty stomach! Learn some easy and delicious cooking ideas, featuring our Camp Chef and Cabela’s Ultimate Grill, that will get your ready for a successful hunt. Scent Blockers That Work — 10:30am An animal’s keen sense of smell can make it difficult to stalk them in their element. With the proper scent blocker you can be one step ahead of the game. Our knowledgeable outfitters are here to give you tips for your next hunt as well as answer any questions you may have. Interactive Rifle & Caliber Selection — 1pm Choosing the proper rifle and caliber is one of the most important parts of your hunt. Visit with one of our knowledgeable Cabela’s outfitters, and go home properly equipped for your next adventure. Optimal Optics: Sizing Up a Trophy Buck — 1:30pm Selecting the right optics is an essential part of a winning hunt. Our expert outfitters will set you up with the right scope, range finder, or pair of binoculars for your next “Out of the Office” adventure.

Location: Cabela's

South Canyon Elementary Craft Fair

October 25, 2014   9:00 am - 3:00 pm

The 4th annual South Canyon Elementary Craft Fair will be Saturday, Oct 25th from 9am to 3pm at South Canyon Elementary School, 218 Nordby Lane, Rapid City. Featuring great crafters, awesome vendors, face painting, bouncy house, and balloon art for kids, along with concessions. Call Stephanie Johnson at (605) 484-2302 or email stephaniekjohnson@cox.net for more information.

Location: South Canyon Elementary School
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