Hailey James is a 15 year-old singer/songwriter/performer from Cottage Grove, MN. Hailey started making music several years ago, but has had a more serious focus on singing, songwriting and performing in the last year. Still honing her craft, this young singer and musician performs originals and covers for anyone that will listen and hopes to continue to grow and develop musically as a ninth grader at the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists. She has been taking voice and piano lessons for a few years now and this year has started guitar lessons to build on the skills she picked up off YouTube. It is Hailey’s dream to record her own songs someday and be a part of the singer/songwriter scene in Nashville. Follow her career on her Facebook musician page https://www.facebook.com/haileyjamesmusic/
The Prescott Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Dinner is this Wednesday, Feb. 6 at the Old Ptacek’s Event Center beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Bring the whole family to this free program to meet live raptor ambassadors from the Raptor Center of Minnesota of the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities on Feb. 9 from 11 a.m. until noon at the Great River Road Visitors and Learning Center at Freedom Park in Prescott.
The program explores the different raptors found in the Midwest and their role in the environment. Participants learn the three key features of all raptors and learn why they are different from other birds. We discuss the positive and negative impact humans have on our environment, and participants are inspired by some of our greatest environmental success stories, such as the peregrine falcon and the bald eagle. Finally, we will learn about The Raptor Center and its important role in protecting raptors and the world we share. Everyone leaves feeling inspired and empowered, having learned specific things they can do to help protect raptors and the environment.
Enjoy an evening of great music as Garret comes back to entertain us!
Itchin’ to get your hands in the dirt? Come to the Visitor Center to help us plant native seeds into milk jug containers! Adopt some of the jugs; make some for us to keep here, too. When these seeds germinate and sprout in the spring, we will plant them into our native gardens and bluff prairie. We will provide all materials.
Be a part of our continued restoration efforts to preserve Freedom Park’s globally-rare bluff prairie!
Join us for a great night of music from Rob Olson this Saturday at Lucille’s of Prescott beginning at 8 8 p.m.
Prescott Schools present Seussical the Muscial this weekend at the Prescott Performing Arts Center this weekend.
Come see students from Prescott students from the middle and high school perform as favorite Dr. Seuss characters in this high-energy performance with plenty of music, dance and fun.
Shows are at 7 p.m. Feb. 21-23 and 2 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24.
Tickets are $10 at https://www.brownpapertickets.com or can b e purchased at Prescott High School, Ptacek’s IGA or Prescott Middle School.
Or tickets can be purchased at the door for $12.
This amazing fundraiser at the Ridgetop has over $15,000 in prizes with great food and games. The banquet begins @ 4:30 PM with happy hour and early raffles, Dinner is served @ 7:00 PM.
Tiger joined us in the Backyard last summer and was definitely one of our favorites. Outlaw country, rock and classic favorites. Join us for dinner before to secure your table early!
The lives of William Colville and Lucius Hubbard, colonels of the 1st and 5th Minnesota Volunteer infantry respectively, will be reviewed at the February 25 meeting of the St. Croix Valley Civil War Round Table (SCVCWRT).
Social time begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Lowell Inn in Stillwater, Minn. A buffet supper is served at 6 p.m. The talk follows at 7 p.m. While the talk is free, the buffet is $23 per person, and reservations must be made before February 22 with Steve Anderson by calling 715-386-1268 or emailing email@example.com.
Learn about digital citizenship and preventing identify theft online at this Prescott Community Conversation event sponsored by Prescott Community Education at the Prescott Performing Arts Center starting at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.