Well, well, well. The grand finale of 2013 Dakota Days is upon us. The week brought us many celebrations of creative talent. Just in case you want a recap:
– On Monday night, comedic performer Rob Little spun his hilarious jokes to hundreds of students and community members in Slagle Hall’s shiny new Aalfs Auditorium.
– Last night, ‘Yotes Got Talent showcased several impressive artists. Congratulations to guitarist, drummer and singer Nick Burke for winning the gold along with the $300 prize! For more on the competitors, check out the CAB Facebook page.
– This afternoon, Rock the Piano at National Music Museum brought USD alumnus Adam Nelson and his musical genius back to his roots. More info on Adam and the event can be read here.
STILL WANT TO CATCH SOME D-DAYS ARTS ACTION? It’s not too late!
– This evening there are 3 receptions for art exhibitions on campus.
– 4:30 – 630 pm, Oscar Howe Gallery: Dance of the Warrior
– 5 – 7 pm, John A. Day Gallery (CFA) : Kirby James Pilcher
– 5 – 7 pm, Gallery 110 (CFA) : Lakota Voice Project
For more info, click here.
– Tomorrow morning is the Dakota Days Parade! Grab your winter sweaters and umbrellas for the town-wide parade. You can watch the USD Marching band, dancers, cheerleaders, leaders, student organizations and more galavant through Vermillion, all in the name of celebrating our pride for this University. See you there!