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December Coffee Talk to feature Jakob Etrheim, Murray County Museum Coordinator, discussing the Murray County Museum properties and the services they offer. The December presentation will be held Thursday, December 16th. Jakob Etrheim, Murray County Museum Coordinator, will discuss the Murry County Museum properties including End O Line Railroad Park, the Dinehart Holt House, and the Murray County Historical Museum. His talk will include information of each of these properties, services offered and some of the fun things they have! The Pipestone County Historical Society's Coffee Talks are held the third Thursday of each month. These talks are FREE to the public. The community is invited to the Pipestone County Museum at 9:45 a.m. on the third Thursday of each month for coffee followed by a presentation beginning at 10:00 a.m. The Pipestone County Museum is located at 113 S. Hiawatha Avenue in Pipestone, MN. If you have further questions, you may call the Museum at (507) 825-2563 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Plan to attend our Christmas Presenter Series show at the Pipestone Performing Arts Center with a night of festive, rock ?n? roll music. Take an authentic trip back to the fantastic 50?s with The Holy Rocka Rollaz! ?Rockin? Around The Christmas Tree!? ?Jingle Bell Rock!? ?Santa Baby!? ?Run Rudolph Run!? And MANY more classic Christmas songs delivered LIVE by Minnesota?s own 50s rock ?n? roll trio. The Holy Rocka Rollaz will take the PPAC stage on Thursday, December 16th at 7:30 p.m. A Cash Bar will be available before the performance, and during intermission. Nothing pleases these rock ?n? roll veterans more than seeing different generations enjoy this classic music together. The Holy Rocka Rollaz play with an immense amount of energy and joy. The trio collectively brings decades of live and studio experience to their shows and music. Front man Mark Flora says his proudest moments come while playing the Winter Dance Party each year at the legendary Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, IA. ?Knowing that my band is regularly on the stage Buddy Holly played his last show, well, it just gives me chills,? he said. ?And seeing our name annually on the Surf Ballroom?s marquee...well...that?ll never grow old!? With fellow musicians, drummer Matt Alexander & stand up bassist/vocalist Lisa Lynn, the three musicians have played many stages; including the Minnesota State Fair, Missouri State Fair, the huge Minnesota Street Rod Association Back To the ?50s Car Show, South Dakota State Fair, First Avenue, the Cabooze, the historic Surf Ballroom in Clear Lake, Iowa, Treasure Island Casino, Mille Lacs Grand Casion, Hinckley Grand Casino Concert Hall, the Redlin Art Center in South Dakota, many Upper Midwest fairs and festivals, Winona Steamboat Days, Slice of Shoreview, the world?s largest county fair in Clay County, Iowa, Coon Rapids Concerts By The Dam, Lee?s Liquor Lounge, the Uptown Bar, the Fine Line, the 400 Bar, Schooner Tavern, barn dances, car shows, sock hops, private shows and prisons. Mark?s wife, Lisa Lynn officially became the bassist in early 2014. The band?s first show together was in the South Dakota State Penitentiary several years ago, serving in a ministry capacity, where Flora has been sharing good news to inmates since 2003. ?We were having so much fun playing in the State Pen that we decided to take our music to car shows and other events. We really do enjoy playing 50s rock ?n? roll just the way it was played back in the day. Seeing people light up when we really go for it brings this band a lot of joy. We hope we can do this for many years and for many people,? said Flora.