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Equipment Fundraiser. The Pipestone Ambulance Association will be holding their 31st annual Chili Feed Fundraiser on Saturday, March 6, 2021. Due to COVID-19 and the uncertainty of dine-in guidelines, the 2021 Chili Feed will be held in DRIVE-THRU form at the Pipestone County Emergency Services Building located at 811 5th St SE in Pipestone. Please note location change! Please look for signs and line up facing South on 9th Ave SE. The drive-thru supper will be held from 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm. Our menu will feature our great award-winning chili (mild or hot), along with chicken noodle soup, grilled hand and cheese sandwiches, and dessert. Quarts of Chili and Soup will also be available to purchase for $5/quart. Delivery within Pipestone City Limits WILL be available from 4-5pm, but we ask that you call 507-825-1170 before 5 pm on March 4 to place a delivery order.
A performance featuring trumpet soloist Zachary Ploeger and pianist Miriam Hickman. Hear standards from the classical repertoire and familiar favorites. Ploeger is currently finishing his doctorate in music at the University of Minnesota. And Miriam Hickman is the official collaborative pianist for the International Trumpet Guild. The pair have recorded three trumpet and piano CD recordings. Due to Covid-19, tickets will not be available for pre-sale. Tickets will be available immediately before the performance for $10 and limited to the first 75 guests. Social distancing, mask wearing, and all state and local public health requirements will be followed.
***THIS EVENT IS ON HOLD***Ring of Kerry is a bursting-with-energy Irish music group that captures the hearts of listeners. The group takes its name from a beautiful craggy drive in southwestern County Kerry, Ireland. Its Celtic music, however, is played with a heart much closer to its American home. All five of its engaging musicians sing and play several instruments. From the thundering sound of the bodhran to the sparkle of the hammered dulcimer; from the lilt and rhythm of fiddle and guitar to the haunting wails of the flute and pennywhistles, the band has developed a blend that is animated, ruggedly beautiful and fun. Audiences always react with great enthusi...