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shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com New At The Library Here’s what’s new at the Yankton Community Library this week: ADULT BOOKS • American Hemp: How Growing Our Newest Cash Crop Can Improve Our Health, Clean Our Environment, and Slow Climate Change by Jen Hobbs, nonfiction • An American Summer: Love and Death in Chicago by Alex Kotlowitz, nonfiction • Angola: Louisiana State Penitentiary, a Half-Century of Rage Reform by Anne Butler, nonfiction • Cozy: The Art of Arranging Yourself in the World by Isabel Gillies, nonfiction • Creating Sanctuary: Sacred Garden Spaces, PlantBased Medicine, and Daily Practices to Achieve Happiness and Well-Being by Jessi Bloom, nonfiction • Honorable Exit: How a Few Brave Americans Risked All to Save Our Vietnamese Allies at the End of the War by Thurston Clarke, nonfiction • Dutch Girl: Audrey Hepburn and World War II by Robert Matzen, nonfiction • The First Wave: The D-Day Warriors Who Led the Way to Victory in World War II by Alex Kershaw, nonfiction • Home Grown Gardening, nonfiction • The Killer Across the Table: Unlocking the Secrets of Serial Killers and Predators with the FBI’s Original Mindhunter by John Douglas, nonfiction • Long shot: The Inside Story of the Snipers Who Broke ISIS by Azad Cudi, nonfiction • A Mind Unraveled by Kurt Eichenwald, nonfiction • Never Enough: The Neuroscience and Experience of Addiction by Judith Grisel, nonfiction • Root Nurture Grow: The Essential Guide to Propagating and Sharing Houseplants by Caro Langton, nonfiction • Spying on the South: An Odyssey Across the American Divide by Tony Horwitz, nonfiction • Stony the Road: Reconstruction, White Supremacy, and the Rise of Jim Crow by Henry Louis Gates, nonfiction • The Tree Book: Superior Selections for Landscapes, Streetscapes, and Gardens by Michael Dirr, nonfiction • The Accidental Further Adventures of the 100-Year-Old Man by Jonas Jonasson, fiction • After She’s Gone by Camilla Grebe, fiction • Anna of Kleve, The Princess in the Portrait by Alison Weir, fiction • The Binding by Bridget Collins, fiction • Boy Swallows Universe by Trent Dalton, fiction • The Care and Feeding of Ravenously Hungry Girls by Anisa Gray, fiction • Cari Mora by Thomas Harris, fiction • The Chef’s Secret by Crystal King, fiction • The City of Folding Faces by Jayinee Basu, fiction • The Club by Takis Würger, fiction • A Dangerous Collaboration: A Veronica Speedwell Mystery by Deanna Raybourn, fiction • The Dragonfly Sea by Yvonne Adhiambo Owuor, fiction • The Farm by Joanne Ramos, fiction • Forget You Know Me by Jessica Strawser, fiction • Ginger Bread by Helen Oyeyemi, fiction • The Girl He Used to Know by Tracey Garvis Graves, fiction • The Healer’s Daughter by Charlotte Hinger, fiction • If She Wakes by Michael Koryta, fiction • In the Blink of an Eye by Jesse Blackadder, fiction • The Library of Lost and Found by Phaedra Patrick, fiction • The Night Before by Wendy Walker, fiction • The Night Tiger by Yangsze Choo, fiction • The Object of Your Affections by Falguni Kothari, fiction • Odessa Sea by Clive Cussler, fiction • Resistance Women by Jennifer Chiaverini, fiction • Savage News by Jessica Yellin, fiction • Stay Up with Hugo Best by Erin Somers, fiction • Tight Rope by Amanda Quick, fiction • The Unsuspected by Charlotte Armstrong, fiction • The View from Alameda Island by Robyn Carr, fiction • What Doesn’t Kill Her by Christina Dodd, fiction • White Elephant by Julie Langsdorf, fiction JUNIOR BOOKS • Athena & the Magic Land by Joan Holub, fiction • Pie in the Sky by Remy Lai, fiction • Pinkalicious and the Amazing Sled Run by Victoria Kann, fiction • Surfboard to Peril by Robert Quackenbush, fiction • Taxi to Intrigue by Robert Quackenbush, fiction EASY READING BOOKS • Bear Make Den by Jane Godwin, fiction • Big Bad Baby by Bruace Hale, fiction • The Book Hog by Greg Pizzoli, fiction • Carl and the Meaning of Life by Deborah Freedman, fiction • The Farmer by Ximo Abadia, fiction • Grumpy Duck by Joyce Dunbar, fiction • Hair Love: A Celebration of Daddies and Daughters Everywhere by Matthew Cherry, fiction • One is a Piñata: A Book of Numbers by Roseanne Thong, fiction • Peppa Pig and the Easter Rainbow, fiction • Peppa Pig and the Family Reunion, fiction • Pinkalicious and the Pirates by Victoria Kann, fiction • Puddle by Richard Jackson, fiction • The Quiet Boat Ride and Other Stories by Sergio Ruzzier, fiction • Tomorrow Most Likely by Dave Eggers, fiction • The Vanishing Baseball Cap by Misti Kenison, board book ADULT DVD’S • The Handmaid’s Tale: Seasons 1&2, fiction • Outlander: Season 4, fiction • Victoria: The Complete 3rd Season, fiction ——— Visit library.cityofyankton.org or call the library at 605668-5275 to reserve any of these titles! YANKTON SEED HOUSE Cover Crops Available! Are you in need of cover crops for preventive plant acres? Give us a call! Always Open Phone: (605) 351-9651 (605) 660-5426 Hours of Operation: Advancing your seed genetics www.yanktonseedhouse.com June 25, 2019 • Page 9 Turkey Creek Revival Band at Gayville June 29 GAYVILLE — An evening of inspired gospel music by The Turkey Creek Revival Band returns to Gayville Hall at 8 p.m. on Saturday, June 29, in Gayville. The band first got together 15 years ago to perform at an outdoor service at the rural Wakonda home of Mark and Sharyn Ostrem. Mark is pastor of the Calvary Lutheran Church in Irene and the rural Trondhjem Lutheran Church north of Volin. He and wife Sharyn both sing in the gospel band, and Sharyn, a long-time music teacher and multi-instrumentalist who has played bass fiddle for more than 30 years in the Sioux City Symphony, plays bass in the group. The other members of the band are also multifaceted musicians. Twins Dale and Dean Knutson, who both farm near Centerville, sing and play guitar and mandolin in the band, and Matt Kiger of rural Volin sings and plays guitar. The Knutsons perform in the Tri-Valley Barbershop Chorus and the Bros Squared barbershop quartet. Kiger has performed in numerous groups, including the duo Matt and Joe, and is talented songwriter of gospel and other tunes. Gayville Hall is at 502 Washington Street in Gayville. Call 605-267-2859 for ticket information. COURTESY PHOTO The Turkey Creek Revival Band, which includes (left to right) Dale and Dean Knutson of Centerville, Mark and Sharyn Ostrem of Wakonda, and Matt Kiger of Volin, presents an evening of inspired gospel music at Gayville Hall on Saturday, June 29, at 8 p.m. SD Chislic Festival Board Rolls Out Details For 2019 Festival PHOTO: DAKOTA TERRITORIAL MUSEUM The exhibit design team at the Mead Cultural Education Center is honored to be working on an exhibit about the history of the historic State Hospital. If you or someone you know used to work at the Yankton State Hospital or Human Services Center or did their clinicals there, please let us know. We are looking for stories, memorabilia, and pictures (including a bed frame like one in above picture). The exhibit will be opening later this year in honor of the 140th anniversary of the facility. The museum is seeking sponsors for this exhibit. If interested in donating or sharing stories go to our website, www.meadbuilding.org, and fill out the form located in the Yankton State Hospital exhibit page. Mark your calendars for Sunday, July 21, as we host our first-ever Tea at Mead. This fun afternoon tea will feature a Victorian Style Show. Tickets are $10 for members and $15 for nonmembers. For more information contact Heidi at programs@meadbuilding.org. It’s not too late to contribute to the Mead Matter – Parking Lot Campaign. Contact Camille at info@meadbuilding.org or 605-665-3898 if you would like to talk about a contribution. Check out our calendar of events at www.meadbuilding.org, or you can stop out at the Mead Cultural Education Center at 82 Mickelson Drive. Our summer hours are Monday-Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m. (closed Wednesdays) and Sunday 1-5 p.m. Office hours are Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Snap Up a Deal in the Classifieds Call or go online to browse, buy or sell! FREEMAN — On the heels of a wildly popular launch in 2018, the South Dakota Chislic Festival (SDCF) has released the first of several announcements describing their plans for the 2019 Festival. Most significant will be a shift in venue to the Freeman Prairie Arboretum on the grounds of Freeman Academy. Developed in 1999, the 40-acre area in the southwest corner of Freeman has been developed into one of this region’s most beautiful and overlooked vistas. Ponds, grasses, plants, and flowers and more than a mile’s worth of walking paths all combine to create one of the state’s most beautiful parks. “After planning for 1,500-2,000 people and having at least 8,000 attendees in less than four hours, we heard the message loud and clear: “more room, more chislic, more, frankly, of everything.” said Joshua Hofer, founder of the South Dakota Chislic Festival and a member of the SDCF Board of Directors. “People saw what we put together in 45 days last year. Now they are going to see what we can do in 12 months.” This year’s event will be a full-day on July 27, 2019, featuring multiple bands on the Prairie Rose Arboretum stage and live entertainment throughout. It will feature a massively expanded layout, allowing for more largescale chislic booths, craft beer tents, and more. The well-received chislic competitions will return, with grill enthusiasts and cooks from across the region battling it out to determine who makes “the state’s best chislic.” Vendor applications are being finalized and will be made available before the end of 2018. “We couldn’t be more excited about this venue move and have big plans ahead,” says Hofer. “The future is bright for Freeman and the Chislic Circle.” For more information, follow the Festival’s social media pages on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and Snapchat, then head to the Festival’s website at www.sdchislicfestival. com. To contact the festival regarding sponsorship opportunities, vendor spots, or other items, contact them through their website today. 2016 Chevy Malibu LT GREAT BUY! Eco - 4 cyl. 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