Events Calendar

Tuesday, February 20

Blood Drive in Wayne

11 a.m. – 5 p.m., Wayne State College, 700 N. 7th St.

Wednesday, February 21

Norfolk Business After Hours

Thursday, February 22

 Community Blood Drives

Wayne – 8:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. at Wayne Fire Department, 510 Tomar Drive

Randolph – 2:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Senior Citizen’s Center, 104 W Broadway

Thursday, February 22

The Glenn Miller Orchestra at Wayne State College

The Wayne State College Black and Gold Performing Arts Series presentsthe legendary Glenn Miller Orchestra in concert Thursday, Feb. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in Ramsey Theatre, located in the Peterson Fine Arts Building on the Wayne State College campus. Fan favorites such as Chattanooga Choo-ChooMoonlight Serenade and A String of Pearlshave made theGlenn Miller Orchestra the most sought after big band in the world. The orchestra has entertained audiences for more than 60 years, performing in all 50 states as well as worldwide.

The fully self-contained group includes the music director, five saxophone players, four trumpeters, four trombonists, three rhythm musicians (piano, bass and drums), a male vocalist and a female vocalist. Vocalist Nick Hilscher has served as music director since 2012. Hilscher’s career spans his initial performance with the orchestra in 1998 as well as a storied solo career. TheGlenn Miller Orchestra is owned and operated by Glenn Miller Productions, Inc., under license from the Miller Estate.

Miller was one of the most successful dance bandleaders during the 1930s and 40s Swing Era. A string of hits, constant radio presence and celebrity at theatres, hotels and dance pavilions built and sustained the legend’s popularity. The major motion movie, The Glenn Miller Story,featuring Jimmy Stewart and June Allyson in 1954, solidified the demand for Miller’s musical talents. This led the Miller Estate to authorize the formation of the present Glenn Miller Orchestra in 1956.

This exceptional concert is free and open to the public; however, seating is limited. Ushers will direct attendees on a first-come, first-served basis.

For more information, please contact Dr. Melissa Derechailo at 402-375-7480.

Friday, February 23

Wayne WIC & Immunization Clinic

Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership will hold the Wayne WIC and Immunization clinic on Friday February 23rd, 2018 from 9:00am – 3:30pm at the United Methodist Church 516 N Main Street Wayne, Ne.  For an appointment or for more information regarding the WIC or Immunization Programs please call (402) 385-6300.

NENCAP’s WIC Program provides nutrition education and supplemental foods to income eligible pregnant, breast-feeding or postpartum women, infants, and children to age 5 years. Find a clinic near you at signupwic.com. *This institution is an equal opportunity provider*

Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership (NENCAP), headquartered in Pender, NE, is one of nine Community Action Agencies in Nebraska. NENCAP manages several different programs as determined by identified needs of residents in the 14 county service area. The Agency serves over 10,000 clients a year due to successful outreach efforts. Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership (NENCAP) programs include the Commodity Supplemental Food Program; Family Services; Immunization; Weatherization; Head Start; Women, Infants, and Children Nutrition; Early Intervention Services Coordination; Healthy Families. The agency serves Knox, Antelope, Pierce, Madison, Stanton, Cuming, Thurston, Dakota, Burt, Wayne, Dixon, Cedar, Washington and Dodge counties. For more information on NENCAP programs, call 1-800-445-2505.

Friday, February 23

10 A.M. Chamber Coffee @ Carhart Lumber

Friday, February 23

Carroll United Methodist Church 5th Annual Fish Fry

Friday, February 23-Saturday, February 24

Events at Wayne State College

 

Wayne State College Department of Music hosts two upcoming events celebrating
musical history and education. The Black History Month Recital is Friday, Feb. 23 at
7:30 p.m. in Ley Theatre. Music faculty perform classical compositions by African-
American composers. This concert is free and open to the public. The I HEART Singing
Day concert is Saturday, Feb. 24 at 3 p.m. in Ramsey Theatre. The concert features a
children’s choir from Pender, NE; a youth choir from Seward, NE; a men’s choir from
Wartburg College, Waverly, IA; and several choirs from Wayne State College. Doors
open at 2:45 p.m. Admission is $5 for adults and free for youth 12 and under and
WSC students, faculty and staff.

Sunday, February 25

St. Mary’s Winter/Spring Fest

Sunday, February 25

International Dinner at Wayne State College

The Wayne State College International Club is hosting its annual International Dinner in the Frey Conference Suite at the Kanter Student Center at Wayne State College on Feb. 25, 6 p.m.  The public is invited to celebrate the community’s diversity with food, entertainment and friendship.

The theme for this year’s dinner is the Lunar New Year.  More than 200 people attended last year’s dinner, enjoying food from more than 20 countries.

Tickets are available for purchase at the Wayne State College Multicultural Center, Counseling Center, or from any international student at $12 for an adult and $6 for Wayne State College students or children 12 and under.

If you are interested in bringing food or providing entertainment, please contact Ellie Tran at thtran02@wsc.edu.

Monday, February 26

Dr. Hayford Presents “Stream Functional Ecology: From Wayne State College To Mongolia”

Dr. Barb Hayford teaches biology classes at Wayne State College and will present “Stream functional ecology: from Wayne State College to Mongolia” in Connell Hall Room 131 on the Wayne State College Campus on Friday, Jan. 26, at 2 p.m. The presentation is open to the public with no admission charge.

Hayford has taken a number of photographs during her travel to Mongolia.

Hayford has served as the principle investigator for the National Science Foundation funded study, “RUI: An Ecological Guild-Based Biodiversity Inventory and Survey of the Aquatic Non-biting Midges (Diptera:Chironomidae) of the Altai and Hangai Mountain Drainages, Mongolia.” Her National Science Foundation-funded project is “Collaborative Research: Hierarchical Functioning of River Macrosystems in Temperate Steppes – From Continental to Hydrogeomorphic Patch Scales.” She is a co-principle investigator on the grant. Learn more at http://academic.wsc.edu/faculty/bahayfo1/.

For more information, please contact Dr. Mark Hammer at 402-375-7043 or mahamme1@wsc.edu.

Monday, February 26

Wakefield WIC & Immunization Clinic

Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership will hold the Wakefield WIC and Immunization clinic on Monday February 26th, 2018 from 9:00am – 3:30pm at the Evangelical Covenant Church, 805 Winter St. Wakefield, NE.  For an appointment or for more information regarding the WIC or Immunization Programs please call (402) 385-6300.

NENCAP’s WIC Program provides nutrition education and supplemental foods to income eligible pregnant, breast-feeding or postpartum women, infants, and children to age 5 years. Find a clinic near you at signupwic.com. *This institution is an equal opportunity provider*

Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership (NENCAP), headquartered in Pender, NE, is one of nine Community Action Agencies in Nebraska. NENCAP manages several different programs as determined by identified needs of residents in the 14 county service area. The Agency serves over 10,000 clients a year due to successful outreach efforts. Northeast Nebraska Community Action Partnership (NENCAP) programs include the Commodity Supplemental Food Program; Family Services; Immunization; Weatherization; Head Start; Women, Infants, and Children Nutrition; Early Intervention Services Coordination; Healthy Families. The agency serves Knox, Antelope, Pierce, Madison, Stanton, Cuming, Thurston, Dakota, Burt, Wayne, Dixon, Cedar, Washington and Dodge counties. For more information on NENCAP programs, call 1-800-445-2505.

Monday, February 26

8 A.M. Gov Affairs @ Coffee Shoppe

Monday, February 26

Movie Night at the Wayne Library

Monday, February 26 & Tuesday, February 27

Events at Wayne State College

Wednesday, February 28- Wednesday, March 21

Visiting Artists at Wayne State College

Thursday, March 1

Spring Wayne State College Plains Writers Series Kick-Off & Poetry Slam

The spring Wayne State College Plains Writers Series kicks off Thursday, March 1 at 1

and 2 p.m. in the Humanities lounge. Featured poets include Nebraska State Poet Twyla

Hansen of Lincoln, NE; Bradford Tice of Nebraska Wesleyan University; Traci Brimhall

of Kansas State University and Stephanie Marcellus of Wayne State College. The Plains

Writers Series is held several times a year inviting audiences to interact with authors and

hear prose and poetry. The readings are followed at 7 p.m. by Poetry Slam 39 at the Max

Bar and Grill in downtown Wayne. Registration starts at 6 p.m. Participants need four

original poems and $5 to register. All events are free and open to the public.

Friday, March 2

Carroll United Methodist Church 5th Annual Fish Fry

Sunday, March 4

Wayne Softball Dirt Devils Pasta Feed Fundraiser

Saturday, March 10

Marsh Madness at Ponca State Park

Sunday, March 11

Carroll Volunteer Fire Department Annual Pancake & Omelet Feed

Monday, March 12

Music Events at Wayne State College

Wayne State College alum Lincoln Havranek performs a Guest Saxophone Recital Monday, March 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Ley Theatre. The Black Box Trio follows with live performances Thursday, March 15 and Friday, March 16 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fred G. Dale Planetarium located in the lowest level of the Carhart Science building. All are free and open to the public.

Havranek of Lincoln, NE currently teaches at the Harris Academy of the Arts. He is working toward his Doctorate of Musical Arts at the University of Nebraska, received his Masters of Music Degree at the University of South Dakota and obtained his Bachelors of Arts Degree at Wayne State College. He performs solo and in ensembles and is the recipient of several music awards.

Under the Stars V captivates audiences with live chamber music synced to a custom-designed planetarium show by Dr. Todd Young. Visual animation is enhanced through creative collaboration with the Black Box Trio. Trio members include WSC faculty Kathi Angeroth, violin; Dr. Karl Kolbeck, clarinet; and Shelly Armstrong, piano. Seating is limited so you’ll want to arrive early for this event.

For more information, contact the Department of Music at (402) 375-7359.

Monday, March 12

Nebraska Undergraduate Communication Research Conference

Wayne State College hosts the Nebraska Undergraduate Communication Research
Conference Monday, March 12. The conference runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Frey
Conference Suite of the Kanter Student Center. Regional college students present
communication research projects on topics such as social media, organizational diversity
and much more. Dr. Sandra Petronio from Indiana University-Purdue University
Indianapolis is the keynote speaker. The event is free and open to the public.

Tuesday, March 13

Blood Drive in Winside

9 a.m. – 2 p.m., Winside Schools, 203 Crawford Ave

Wednesday, March 14

Schubertiad Concert at Wayne State College

In the early nineteenth-century, fans of Franz Schubert held informal gatherings called
Schubertiads. Often Schubert himself attended. Wayne State College voice studio
students celebrate Schubert’s unique ability to blend voice and piano in their own
Schubertiad Wednesday, March 14 at 7:30 p.m. in Ley Theatre. Schubert’s compositions
are known for their rich harmony and lyrical beauty. Schubertiad is free and open to the
public.

For more information, contact Dr. Farr at (402) 375-7406.

Friday, March 16

Lenten Fish Fry in Bloomfield

Saturday, March 17

Marsh Madness at Ponca State Park

Sunday, March 18

Wayne Volunteer Fire Department Fireman’s Breakfast

Wednesday, March 21- Sunday, March 25

“The Jungle Book” at Wayne State College

Mowgli grows up believing he’s a fierce wolf. Then he learns he is actually human. Will
he remain with the pack? Will he return to the human world? Will he learn the Law of the
Jungle in time to defeat the ferocious tiger, Shere Khan? An energetic and inspiring story,
The Jungle Book delights audiences this March in Ramsey Theatre at Wayne State
College. Reserved performances for school groups or other interested groups are March
21-23 at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. For reservations, call (402) 375-7407. General admission
performances are March 24 and 25 at 1 p.m. Admission is $2 for children and $5 for
adults. WSC students, faculty and staff are admitted free with campus ID. The Jungle
Book is adapted by Monica Flory and produced by special arrangement with Playscripts,
Inc. (www.playscripts.com).

Tuesday, April 10

Wayne State College to Host New Business Event

Wayne State College generates a new business event for high schools. Schools should register by March 16.

Wayne State College Business and Economics and the Computer Technology and Information Systems departments will sponsor THE BUSINESS CHALLENGE on the Wayne State College campus in Gardner Hall on April 10 from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
“Area high schools are invited to bring student teams to learn about and make decisions that business leaders often face when managing their companies,’’ Dr. Sharon Garvin said. “Student teams will be introduced to the “mystery product” of the day.’’
Registration Information: Area high schools are invited to bring sophomore, junior, or senior students in one or two teams of four to six students each to learn about and make decisions that business leaders often face when managing their companies.

There is NO registration cost for schools or students to attend this event.

(Click on the image for more information)

Saturday, April 7

Ostomy Education Day Event