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July 9, 2019 • Page 10 shop online at www.missourivalleyshopper.com Art Forms YAA Park Concert Series Set To Switch Gears Fire Pits Along Walnut St. Are Ready For Use The Walnut Street 10 minutes after the green reconstruction and new button is pushed and can landscaping, from Fourth be repeatedly turned on St. to Second St., have after each 10 minutes. been completed. The There is also a red stop Walnut Street corridor button which will turn the landscaping and the feature off prior to the BY JULIE J. AMSBERRY 15th annual Mighty Mo Photo Show, an annual photoglandscaping along Second 10 minutes of operation Yankton Area Arts raphy competition. The theme for this year’s exhibit is St. from Walnut to Capital ending. The Five Elements. Photographers were encouraged to were developed during In the case of an The predicted “cooler and choose one or all elements (earth, metal, water, wood, the Design South Dakota emergency and to turn off wetter summer” has worked fire) in their compositions. Three judges will score the process which was hosted the power and gas supply well for our summer concert photographs on originality, composition, theme, and by the Meridian District. to the feature, there is series so far this year! We lighting to decide which photos are named Best of Part of this planning an emergency power off have been treated to wonderShow and Honorable Mention. These two photos will process included the button also located on the ful music by our local Yankton be announced at a special artist reception and award addition of a public fire steel pole. Area Summer Band under the ceremony on Friday, Aug. 2 from 5-7 p.m. at G.A.R. feature. The public fire The public is advised management of Gwen Wenisch. Hall. Winners of these awards will be given a monetary feature is located on the to stay off of the fire The guest directors each week prize! Each year, guests in our gallery are given the opJulie northeast corner of the feature as all surfaces have treated us to a wonderful portunity to vote for their favorite photo for a People’s Walnut and Second St. surrounding the fire pit array of toe-tapping musical Choice Award. This year visitors are encouraged to intersection. may be hot even when not selections. vote with their dollars! Each photo will have a jar desThe fire feature will be in use and no flames visAlthough the band has ignated to it. Money equals votes! The photo that reavailable for public use ible. The public is asked completed their portion of the ceives the most in monetary donations will be named from 4-11 p.m. The fire not to sit on the blocks concert series, the fun is far from over. as the People’s Choice Award and will take home all feature can be turned on supporting the fire pit, the Join us each week for our Pops Concert Series. We the money collected in that photo’s jar. Voting will take using the green push butsteel structure enclosing have four bands lined up for your entertainment this place throughout the exhibit, July 12-Aug. 27, and the ton located on the steel the fire pit, or the fire pit month. First off, we welcome Maggie in the Meanwinner will be named at the close of the exhibit. pole to the north of the which includes the lava time on July 9. The band is made up of fiddle, guitar, Tickets are now on sale for the 5th Meridian en feature. The feature will rock and burners. keyboards, pipes, oboe, voice, and drums. They blend Blanc Fundraiser! We are excited to be back on the operate for approximately original arrangements of traditional and modern Meridian Bridge for a night celebrating art and raising Celtic music and stories. On July 16, Wild Bill’s All-Star funds for our new Make Art Happen Initiative. This Band, made up of talented musicians from Yankton year’s event is sponsored by First Dakota National and Vermillion will cover classic songs from the past Bank, Rupiper Tours, LLC, the City of Yankton, Anna six decades! The Dixie Daddys are coming back to the Lynn Claire Event Design, Meridian Rentals, Kolberg-Pistage on July 23 to keep the music of Ragtime, Dixoneer, Inc, Vision Real Estate and Truxedo. Guests will ieland and Swing alive! Then on July 30, our concert be able to count on great food provided by Counterfeit series will close with a blues to bluegrass road trip by Catering, excellent music by the Jim McKinney Quintet, East of Westreville. If you like music from the movie, “O and exquisite artwork being created on the bridge and Brother, Where Art Thou,” you’ll love this show! on our silent auction. Meridian en Blanc will be held on Catch it before it’s gone! The exhibit currently on Saturday, July 20. Tickets are $50 and available for purdisplay at G.A.R. Hall Art Gallery is titled In Plain Sight: chase (by cash or check) at G.A.R. Hall during regular Images from Across the Prairie by painter Tom Roper. office hours, Monday-Friday 1-5 p.m. For more informaThis exhibit can be seen through Tuesday, July 9, at tion, please contact Yankton Area Arts at 665-9754 or G.A.R. Hall Art Gallery. The gallery is open Mondayemail info@yanktonareaarts.org. Friday 1-5 p.m. and Saturday 1-3 p.m. There will be a Yankton Area Arts is seeking nominations for Art special reception tonight, Friday, July 5, from 5-7 p.m. Advocate of the Year. This is intended to honor a perSue Hill will guide us in a demonstration of paint pourson or persons who contributes to the arts, advocates ing, a technique she had on display in the gallery in for the arts in their everyday life, and/or has made a 2018. All exhibits are free and open to the public. significant contribution to the arts in the community. Yankton Area Arts has started a new program Nomination forms must be submitted by July 24 and highlighting student artists in our gallery each month. can be accessed on our website, YanktonAreaArts.org. On display this month is artwork by our first Student Mark your calendars for Riverboat Days and SumArtist of the Month, Aaliyah Empkey. Aaliyah will be mer Arts Festival! The festival will be held Aug. 16-18 in eighth grade at Yankton Middle School in the fall at Riverside Park. We have been working hard all year and her art instructor is Cierra Voeltz. Aaliyah has two long to bring you some of your favorite artists as well pieces on display at G.A.R. Hall through the month of as find new artists for you to peruse! Be sure to follow July. If you are or know of a student who should be us on social media to get a sneak peek into some of the featured in our gallery, contact us at info@yanktonarPHOTO: DAKOTA TERRITORIAL MUSEUM new artists you’ll see this year. Things are progressing nicely on the verandas at the Mead Culeaarts.org. All the arts happenings in the area can be found on tural Education Center. If you drive by during the week, you will Our next exhibit, open Friday, July 12, will be the the YAA Arts Calendar at YanktonAreaArts.org/event, see the guys working hard out front. And though we are busy doing work on the exterior, please know we are still open on the as well as on Facebook, inside — so stop out and visit. If you don’t have plans for Friday, Instagram and Twitter. July 5, come out for Feed Your Mind at noon. We welcome the MisYankton Area Arts is a souri National Recreation River folks, and they will be presenting non-profit arts organizatheir film, “River of Change.” Also don’t forget to join us Sunday, July 21, as we host our first-ever Tea at Mead. This fun afternoon tion located at 508 Dougtea will feature a Victorian Style Show. Tickets are $10 for memlas Avenue in Yankton. bers and $15 for non-members. For more information contact HeiThe G.A.R. Hall Art Gallery di at programs@meadbuilding.org. Our design team is working is open to the public free on an exhibit about the history of the Yankton State Hospital. For more information you can check out our website or email Crystal of charge. The gallery is at director@meadbuilding.org. It’s not too late to contribute to the open Monday-Friday 1-5 Camille at NO HAGGLE, p.m. and Saturday 1-3 p.m. Mead Matters — Parking Lot Campaign. Contact like to talk info@ meadbuilding.org or 605-665-3898 if you would about NO HASSLE For more information, call a contribution. Check out our calendar of events at www.meadNow Till July 31st the YAA office at (605) building.org, or you can stop out at the Mead Cultural Education Receive A Bass ProShops/Cabelas Gift Card With Purchase of Selected Boats Only During This Event! Center at 82 Mickelson Drive. 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