Sutherland Tour of Homes
Homes on Display:
Rob and Melony Rongisch
Jack and Michelle Blomstedt
John and Dusty McMillan
Tory and Elizabeth Copeland
Tickets are available at Maline’s Super Foods, Ozzies, HiLine CoOp and the Sutherland school main office.
Tickets will also be available on November 23 at the home of Rob and Melony Rongisch, 831 Darlin St.
Friday – November 28, 7pm – 8pm. Family night, pictures with Santa
Saturday – November 29, 10am – 5pm. Senior Citizens Special Admission
Sunday – November 30, 1pm – 5pm. Tree auction Sunday at 4pm
Admission $2 per person
Proceeds benefit Miss Nebraska Scholarship Pageant and the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals
Homes on the tour include Charlene and Richard Schneider, 115 Regency Lane; Stacy and Jason Merz, 4337 W. Teal Lane; Pam and Mike Abel, 4015 Aspen Dr.; Gwen and Traves Covey, 4344 Teal Lane.
Tickets are available at Country Joy, Oak Tree, Westfield Hallmark and Floral, the Quilt Rack and Prairie Friends and Flowers.
Tickets are $10 in advance or $15 at the door.
There will be a bake sale, coffee and cookies in the Patty Birge Room at the Neville Center, 5th and Bailey from 1 – 5pm.
Although the Studio Level is one of four levels in the Prairie Arts Center that has opened it has recorded a successful first year. North Platte Community College has been conducting its 3 dimensional art classes in the building for nearly a year. This completed level of the Prairie Arts center houses space for ceramic and pottery classes plus a drying room and a room for firing art creations. There is also spaces for woodworking and a variety of art classes. In addition this level houses much of the new infrastructure for heating, electricity and air conditioning. A new four level staircase and elevator are also part of the Studio Level. Two new restrooms, office space and a reception area round out the completed floor.
The Prairie Arts center also introduced the “Create A Canvas” art class to North Platte where participants of all ages paint a canvass under the direction of an art instructor. From January through October 2014 we offered 30 classes bringing in 404 new “artists” and had 120 volunteers help with the classes.
A few unexpected benefits of the arts have been demonstrated in recent national research showing that students who participate in the arts at school and in the community have higher grades and test scores and lower drop-out rates. Students with 4 years of art or music in high school average 100 points better on their ACT scores that students with just one-half year of music or art.
It has also been shown that the arts improve health care. Hospitals that offer art programming for patients, families and staff do so because of the healing benefits to patients—shorter hospital stays, better pain management and less medication.
The Prairie Arts Center is working hard to bring more benefits to our community and area by completing our next major project—the opening of the Gallery Level. We depend on and appreciate your continued support.
Hawk Nelson presents the Thank God for Something tour featuring JJ Heller and Finding Favour.
Friday, November 14th a5 7pm at the North Platte High School Performing Arts Center, 1220 W. 2nd St.
Tickets available from Bible Supplies, 800-653-2305 or www.iTickets.com.
Advance tickets – $15; Groups (5+) – $10; VIP (includes early seating, meet & greet, photo and CD) – $30.
The second production of the 2014/15 season at the North Platte Community Playhouse, Away in the Basement: A Church Basement Ladies Christmas, opens Friday, November 14.
Come celebrate the holidays with the Church Basement Ladies in this all-new musical show filled with their heart-warming humor and wisdom. The year is 1959, and the ladies are putting the final touches on the annual Sunday School Christmas Program. You can almost smell the cookies baking as these ladies dish out more than holiday goodies. “Away in the Basement” is a delightfully funny way to celebrate the holiday season.
The Playhouse is excited to announce that each production will now offer six night of performances. In the past, the majority of NPCP productions have ran for five nights, but, due to demand and busy schedules, an additional performance will be added to each production.
Tickets sales begin Monday, November 10, 2014. Tickets are available at the Playhouse Box Officer Monday-Friday from Noon-5:00, online at the Playhouse website, or at the door prior to each performance. Tickets are $15 for adults and $8 for students. Special group rates are available.
Performances will be held November 14, 15, 16, 21, 22 and 23, with evening performances beginning at 8:00 p.m., and Sunday matinees beginning at 2:00 p.m.
This production is made possible, in part, by the support of the Nebraska Arts Council and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment of the Arts.
Mrs. Elroy Engelson (Karin)…….Shelly Deardoff
Beverly Signe Engelson……Bea Webster
Mrs. Gilmer Gilmerson (Mavis) …..Lodelia Baxter
Mrs. Lars Snustad (Vivian)…..Sue McKain
Music Director….Jennifer Winder and Carmen Allen
The concert is Friday, November 14th at Harbor Lights (711 North Lake Rd, North Platte, NE 69101)
Doors and Concessions open at 6pm with the String Beans taking the stage at 7pm.
Admission is $7/person with those 2 and under getting in for FREE!
Seating is limited, so stop by the North Platte Area Children’s Museum, 315 N. Jeffers and get your tickets today!
The Road to Vegas – She Travels with No Regrets! Miss Rodeo Nebraska 2014 Send-off Celebration.
Friday, November 7th
Harbor Lights, 711 N. Lake Road, North Platte, NE.
Social Hour 6pm
Adults $25; Children 6-12 $15
Celebrate with us, Gina Jesperson, our Miss Rodeo Nebraska 2014 as she prepares for the Miss Rodeo America Pageant! Gina was crowned Miss Rodeo Nebraska during North Platte’s annual NEBRASKAland DAYs celebration.
Teen Dance for 7 – 12th grades, Saturday November 1, 7-11pm at the Hershey Legion Hall. Admission: $5 per person.
“Shout Outs” $1 each (A shout out is a message that is read by the DJ to the crowd between songs).
Fundraiser for Paige Larchick.
A few of the items you will find at this years Cowboy Christmas Gift Show, Nov. 1 & 2nd. 55 vendors so far and more coming!
Premier Design Jewelry
Glass Etchings, Pillows, Jewelry
Pampered Chef/Thirty One
Jellys, glazes, syrup baskets
Tack, hats, boots
Origami Owl Jewelry/lockets/charms
Doggie Dresses/Scarves & Soap,lotion
Alpaca Fleece Products
Hot pads, towels, aprons, coasters
Crystal Sports Jewelry
Make your own Candle w/ Sprinkles
Luggage, purses, enamal ware
Knitted scarves, caps headbands
Gloves,hay equip mis.
Vault Denim/Mixed not Stirred
jams/dips/salsa/phone accessories/splatter balls
hipklips(hands free pockets) and travel
stained glass lamps, fork & spoon Figurines
Norwex, Jams & jellies
Jewelry & Photography
small tractors and mowers
Primitive crafts, holiday décor-purses-jewelry candles
pet treats, toys, blankets
handmade hats,tutus, headbands, hairbows
Jewelry, clothes, belts
rustic wooden décor, repurposed wood items
Jewelry by Sonell
Jewelry & boot jacks, roping machine
painted wood, sewing, stitchery
far infrared health cabin sauna
Clothing, prints, purses, jewelry, scarves
wigs, hair pieces, purses
florals, purses, deer antler lamps
stick horses, wall hangings
ponchos,blankets, mex. Curios
Mary Kay Cosmetics
Leather goods, tack, jewelry, cinches
Unique Design Art
Conciled weopen handbags
dips, spreads, rubs, spices
Tastefully Simple food products