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Events for December 11, 2021
The Lyon County Museum, 301 W Lyon Street, Marshall is seeking entries for the 9th Annual Indoor Christmas Tree Walk. Opening on Saturday, November 20 and running through New Year’s Eve. Here is your chance to contribute your creativity and decorate a tree to be viewed by visitors over the holidays. We encourage you to be as creative as you can be, and to share your story with your decorated tree. We have a number of 6ft and over artificial trees available on a first come basis. Or, you may choose to bring your own artificial tree of any size. Visitors [...]Find out more
Lyon County 4-H is once again holding their Winter Gear Drive on December 11th at the Adult community center. We are also accepting donations of gently used winter gear of all sized until December 10th at the Lyon County Extension office out at the fairgrounds. Drop box available.Find out more
Holy Redeemer Council of Catholic Women is hosting their 9th Annual Cookie Walk. Join us in Carlin Hall (HR Church basement). Purchase a bucket for $15 or bring your previously purchased bucket and only pay $13. Fill your bucket with a variety of homemade Christmas treats. While supplies last.Find out more
Weekly Bar Bingo at Walnut Grove American Legion will repeat on a weekly basis starting on November 6th. The Walnut Grove Area Loggers are sponsoring the weekly Saturday Night Bingo. Starting @ 6:30 pm every Saturday, from Dec. 11th, 2021 thru Dec. 18th, 2021 you can come down to the Walnut Grove American Legion for Bar Bingo with friends.Find out more
‘Star of Wonder’ Planetarium Show at SMSU Marshall, Minn. — A series of Planetarium Christmas and laser light shows entitled “Star of Wonder” will be held at Southwest Minnesota State University in December. The dates for the shows are December 11 from 7-8 p.m., December 18 from 7-8 p.m., December 19 from 2-3 p.m., and December 24 from 2-3 p.m. The SMSU Planetarium is located in the Science and Math building, room 108. There is conversation on whether this phenomenon was either a star, planet, or supernova of some sort. Is there a scientific reasoning for why this happened? The “Star of Wonder” encapsulates both entertainment and educational factors, using scientific data, religious [...]Find out more
TubaChristmas is BACK at SMSU! On Saturday, December 11th, the Music Program will again host TubaChristmas. This event is coordinated by the Harvey Phillips Foundation, and organization devoted to celebrating the tuba and euphonium and the performers and composers of those instruments. Participation is open to any low brass player (trombone, euphonium, and tuba) regardless of age or ability. There is a $10 participation fee that goes to the Harvey Phillips Foundation. Registration will begin at 9:30 in the SMSU Fine Arts Building (first floor). Free parking is available in the B Lot near the Fine Arts Building. Rehearsal will run [...]Find out more
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