Sep 20 – Sep 24 all-day
Heaven to Heaven tells the complete story of the life of Jesus! Beginning from the Angelic announcement of His virgin birth, to His Temple visit at age twelve, through the few short years of His ministry, Heaven to Heaven brings to life many of the amazing stories of Jesus. While other popular musicals about Jesus end with His death on the cross, Heaven to Heaven celebrates His resurrection and triumphant return to heaven, leaving audiences filled with hope and inspiration to share His good news with others. Every God-inspired song reveals Jesus’ sacrificial life in chronological order. Was this man named Jesus just a man, a prophet, a religious figure, or could He really be the Savior of the World?
November 20th – 23rd @ 7pm
November 24th @ 2pm
Sep 21 all-day
Mark your calendar for Craft Beer & Bingo on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 12:30-2:30 p.m. Doors open at noon and bingo starts at 12:30. Come early to get your seat and feel free to bring in food from our neighbors, or grab food from the Backyard BBQ food truck.
Sep 21 @ 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
The Walk to Defeat ALS is the #1 way to unite and fund raise for those living with ALS. Each year, fundraising through the Walk drives bold and urgent innovation as we march together toward a cure for ALS. To register, please visit: www.walktodefeatals.org
Sep 24 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Join the author/artist, as she reads excerpts from her new release, Skye Above. She’ll also discuss crafting a romance/adventure novel including her creative process, research, and cover design. Registration required: www.siouxlandlib.org or 367-8144.
Sep 25 all-day
Imagine your work days consistently used to build your business, develop your team, and achieve your professional goals. Your team is unified, focused and aligned. You rely on them to deliver an exceptional customer experience because they are solidly accountable to the company goals and to each other.
The Accountability Summit is a workshop-style event that invites team collaboration while developing your 2020 business strategy and plan to execute it. By the end of the session, you will have achieved the following:
* a visual culture gap map and accountability chart providing directional focus and alignment of your company’s core values to your organizational competencies and business priorities;
* your team’s culture type preferences;
* an understanding of team dynamics and how each person is impacted by change;
* your business strategy and accountability commitments for 2020
Session 1: Optimize from the Inside-Out
Maggie Owens (Human Capital Consultants) will illustrate your current state business and help build your future state. You will identify why your business strategy often fails to bring about your desired results. Through guided activities, we’ll illuminate blindspots and eliminate the complexity that keeps your team operating from chaos and confusion. Ultimately, Maggie will help you diagnose your organization and set a directional focus for 2020.
Session 2: Culture Types
Meg Manke (Rose Group International) will guide you through the results of the Culture Type Assessment that you and your team will complete prior to the event. This makes the development of your Accountability Plan meaningful to you and your team, because it is *about* you and your team. It will allow you to see each other through a new lens and lean into your strengths.
Session 3: Guiding and Implementing Change
Dr. Rachel MK Headley (Rose Group International) will lead you through the best way to have more time by accelerating change and transitions. You will learn how to communicate with your team based on their Culture Types, and how to best strategically plan to move through change quickly and with increased engagement and improved outcomes.
Session 4: Accountable in 2020
Owens, Manke, and Headley will support your team as they work through challenges, issues, and goals to create an Accountability Plan for 2020 that will see you achieve your goals, implement big ideas, and create peak performance in your organization.
Who are the keynote speakers?
Maggie Owens: https://www.linkedin.com/in/maggie-owens-b5939615/
Meg Manke: https://www.linkedin.com/in/megmanke/
Dr. Rachel MK Headley: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-rachel-mk-headley/
How many people should I bring from my team?
As many as you like! This is an incredible opportunity to bring members of boards, executive teams, front-line supervisors, floor leads, department heads, or any members of your team involved in critical aspects of your organization. We are limiting the total number of attendees, so grab your spots early!
Will there be coffee/food?
Yes, we will be supplying coffee, snacks, and lunch at the venue, which are included in the cost of your registration fee.
What is the format?
We are not here to talk at you – no one wants that – including us! We’ll have you working in your teams as much as possible after going over the concepts and tools that you’ll be using.
Also, be ready to have some fun. There is nothing worse than grinding out professional development in a boring conference room (or worse ballroom!) where you’re freezing in an uncomfortable chair with nowhere to set your very much needed source of caffeine. We’ll have a laugh at each other, at ourselves, and frankly at the situations that we can find ourselves in. This session is empowering and intensive, but the time will fly as you apply and do the work. By 3pm your head will be filled and your heart will feel grateful. After 3pm, we’ll gravitate to a Happy Hour networking event for those who wish to stay.
Can I come solo?
Please do! The sessions will be highly valuable for those coming either with their teams or as solo entrepreneurs / directors / creatives. It is an incredible day for self-awareness and learning how to leverage your own energies while influencing others.
Have you taught this stuff before?
We are not your typical triad! Maggie, Meg, and Rachel agree absolutely that most strategic plans are not worth the paper printed. We oppose dry and uninspiring meetings and material. We’ve delivered this content thousands of times, changing the people and organizations we serve. So yeah, we know what we’re doing. Register your team now to reserve your spots. Then caffeine-up and hold on for the ride, because we’re taking you and your team to the next level! 2020 – let’s crush it!
Sep 28 all-day
Sioux Falls, South Dakota. August 28, 2019
The Oral Cancer Foundation Announces the Inaugural South Dakota Walk/Fun Run Fundraiser.
Join in to raise awareness and money for oral cancer on Saturday, September 28, 2019 at Cherry Rock Park, Sioux Falls, SD. Registration begins at 9:00 am with a Zumba warm-up, face painting, balloon twisting, food trucks and free oral cancer screenings. Buy a ticket for the raffle of a week stay at the beautiful Barefoot Resort outside of Lead, SD. The 5k begins at 10:00 am and follows the bike path with water and snacks along the way.
The Oral Cancer Foundation’s core mission is to reduce the incidence of oral cancer in the US population, and support those who are currently or have been impacted by the disease. Through increased public and professional awareness, prevention through lifestyle changes, early detection initiatives, education, improved treatment modalities and sponsorship of research, we work toward our goal each day.
The event is family and pet friendly. Feel free to run, power-walk or stroll the 5k course along the bike path from Cherry Rock Park. In addition to the tee shirt, there will be a Zumba warm-up lead by Meghan Glover, face painting and balloon twisting by Balloon Squad USA, Fergies and Latinos food trucks will be available for food and Hy-Vee has provided a private truck for free oral cancer screenings.
Come join in the fun with our Platinum Sponsor, Delta Dental
If attending the Walk/Fun Run is not an option, but you would still like to support the cause, consider buying raffle tickets! The raffle includes a week stay at Barefoot Resort outside of Lead, SD June 27-July 4, 2020 and a basket full of vacation goodies. Tickets are 1 for $20 or 3 for $50.
Please log onto the Oral Cancer Foundation website or contact:
Jeanette Miranda, RDH BSDH Jeanette.email@example.com
Zona Hornstra, RDH EMPA firstname.lastname@example.org
Cindy Dellman, RDH email@example.com
Jean Gross, RDH firstname.lastname@example.org
Sep 28 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm
2019 Health Connect Fair is a free event for all ages. The event allows attendees to participate in health and safety activities, participate in health screenings and just have fun!
Sep 28 @ 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Suzanne Folk, Sioux Valley Genealogy Society, and Justin Stevenson, Siouxland Libraries, will take you into the past to show you ways to trace your family history. Registration required: www.siouxlandlib.org or 367-8700.
Sep 28 @ 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Join us September 28th for the West Nidaros Lutheran Church Harvest Festival Supper! The event will include a bake sale, farmers market, and crafts!
Menu: Roast beef, mashed potatoes & gravy, corn, salads, desserts, and Norwegian goodies.
Cost: Adults-$12, Children Ages 6 to 10-$5, Children 5 & under-FREE
We are handicapped accessible, and carry-outs are available.
We hope to see you there!
Sep 29 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Public is invited…Free will offering.
Serving from 4-6 p.m.
Located: 2 1/2 miles north of Lake Alvin, or from 26th St & Hwy 11, go 3 miles south, 2 miles east, and 1/2 mile south.
We hope to see you there!