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Northern Hills Community Calendar of Events Belle Fourche: Monday • Belle Fourche City Council Meeting (1st & 3rd Mon.) 7pm, City Hall • Belle Fourche School Board (2nd Mon.) Tuesday • BF Chamber Office Early Bird Networking & Coffee, Tuesday’s @ 7–9 am • BF Ministerial Association Compassion Cupboard: 9am–Noon @ 522 5th Ave. • Butte County Commission Mtg (1st - 9:30 am & 3rd Tues. - 1 pm) Court House • CON Business Association (1st & 3rd Tues.) 5:30pm, breakfast room at AmericInn. • Regional Health Grief Support, 1st & 3rd Tue., 3pm, St. James Lutheran Church Library. Call Patti at 644-4415. Wednesday • BF Development Corp Meeting, 3rd Wednesday, 7am, 5th avenue EDC. Open to the public • BF Chamber Luncheons-2nd Wednesday of each month Thursday • Belle Fourche Ministerial Association Compassion Cupboard: 2–6pm @ 522 5th Ave. • Belle Fourche Lions Club meets 2nd & 4th Thursday of each month 7:00 pm at Grap’s Friday • Lutheran Men in Mission: 7am every Friday @ Belle Inn Saturday • NH Prospectors Club: 9am (1st Saturday). Homestake Visitors Center Lead. 715-491-4702 for more information. Public Welcome. Belle Fourche Senior Citizen center reservations or cancellations can be made by calling 892-6285. Belle Fourche Senior Center Pot Luck Sunday Dinner, 2nd Sunday of every month 12:30pm – 3:00pm, 828 Kingsbury St., (605) 892-6285. Pot Luck Sunday Dinner, followed by an afternoon of BUNKO. Open to everyone. Upcoming Events February 14 Valentine’s Day Special Event 12:00pm – 2:00pm Belle Fourche Senior Center 828 Kingsbury St., (605) 892-6285. Join us for an awesome HUGS and HIGH 5 event with David Sylvester. Everyone is invited. Free will donation. February 15 High School Basketball Girl’s Away Game @ Faith, Girl’s 7:30pm Faith High School Gymnasium. February 16 BFACC 6th Annual Wellness Fair 8:00am – 2:00pm BFACC 1111 National St. (605) 892-2467 BFACC invites you to participate in their 6th Annual Wellness Fair. A well rounded event is planned for all ages promoting the 7 dimensions of wellness: physical, social, emotional, environmental, occupational, intellectual and spiritual. February 19 City Council Meeting Rescheduled from Monday Tuesday, Feb 19, 7:00pm – 9:00pm Belle Fourche City Hall 511 6th Ave February 21 Belle Fourche Youth Baseball Signups 5:30pm – 7:30pm Grap’s Burgers & Brews 518 National St Belle FOURCHE Belle Fourche Youth Baseball is adding two new programs to our organization this season! Junior Little League (13-14 y/o) & Junior American Legion (15-16 y/o) We will be hosting a sign-up night, FOR BOTH OF THESE AGE GROUPS, on February 21st and would like to invite you and your families to join us. This will be a voluntary donation, spaghetti supper for EVERYONE, and board members from BFYB will be present to introduce these programs and answer any questions you may have. This is a great opportunity for our community, and we hope to see you all there. If you have any questions that you want answered prior to our sign-up event feel free to ask away. Newell, Nisland, Vale and Outlying Communities Lead/Deadwood/Spearfish/Sturgis/Whitewood Monday • Newell City Council: 2nd Monday of month, 6pm @ Newell City Hall • Newell School Board Meeting: 2nd Monday of month at 6:30pm, Newell School Building • Little Tikes Story Time: Monday’s at Newell Public Library 10:30-11am • Nisland Township Meeting 6pm 2nd Monday Nisland Townhall/Building February 9-23 - Hill City Event, Open Stage at High Country Guest Ranch 6pm on these Saturdays: *For more information visit hillcityarts.org or email us at info@hillcityarts.org, 605-574-2810. February 14 - Sturgis Area Arts Council Meeting, City Hall Meeting Room, 7:00pm February 15 - The Science of Food & Wine dinner that the Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center is hosting next Friday, 2/15. It’s catered by Cheyenne Crossing with wine from Firehouse. Call Donna to get reservations 584-3110 Tuesday tickets are $25. • NVN Cats Commodity Distribution: 9am @ NVN Cat Center, Nisland February 15 - History at High Noon, Larry Stomprud will present the program “Sulphur, 1909 to 2018”, Sturgis Public Library, 12:0 Noon Wednesday February 16 -17 - LEAD, SD – More than 30 children from the communities of • Sewing Group: 9:30am @ Vale Community Church in Vale Lead and Deadwood will be performing in the Gold Camp Players (GCP) children’s Thursday theater play, “Tune Kaboom in The Cave of Doom” at the Historic Homestake Opera • Ministerial Food Pantry: 1-3pm, 2nd & 4th Thursday @ NVN Senior Center, Newell House at 313 W. Main Street at 2:00 pm • NVN Senior Center meeting: 1st Thursday of month @ NVN Senior Center, Newell March 1 - Home & Health Show, Newell City Hall 1-6pm. Lunch from 11-1; wine • Lead-Deadwood community grief support group meets the second and fourth tasting from 5-6. All proceeds go to the local food pantry. Thursday of the month, 10:30am, Miners Den Conference Room of RH LeadMarch 9-23 - Hill City Event, Open Stage at High Country Guest Ranch Deadwood Hospital, Deadwood. Use the clinic entrance. 6pm on these Saturdays: *For more information visit hillcityarts.org or email us at info@hillcityarts.org, 605-574-2810. Friday • Sturgis community grief support group meets the first & third Friday of the month, 10:30am, Conference Room of the RH Sturgis Hospital. Please use the “old” hospital entrance. • Spearfish community grief support group meets, second and fourth Friday of the month 3:00pm, Spearfish Mountain Conference Room located at the RH Spearfish Hospital. Please use the clinic entrance. Events can be found on the chambers websites. •Sturgis call 347- 2556 • Spearfish Chamber by calling 642-2626 • Lead call 584-1100 Thank you to our advertising sponsors of the community calendar located on this page. To Submit items for the Community Calendar of Events, send email to: mona.heimbaugh@rapidcityjournal.com. Put COMMUNITY CALENDAR in the subject line. If you would like to sponsor this calendar of events contact Mona at 1-605-210-3577.

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