Early-Out Movie

We’ve teamed up with the Vermillion Theaters, once again, to provide an early-out movie opportunity for school-aged kids this coming Thursday, March 23rd, at 2 pm.
Trolls will be screened at the Coyote Twin Theater for free! Arrive early for best seats.
Sponsored by the Vermillion School District.

Congratulations!

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A big THANK YOU to the many businesses and organizations that contributed prizes to support this summer’s reading program. Congratulations to the winners of our Adult Summer Reading Program prize drawing:
Valiant Vineyards Gift Certificate – Suzanne Johnson
Sharing the Dream Jewelry Set – Shaleen Allen
Sharing the Dream Jewelry Set – Dawna Anderson
Sharing the Dream Jewelry Set – Mary Edelen
Vermillion Theaters Movie passes (2) – Amanda Yeary
VAFM Gift Certificate (2) – Cyndy Chaney
VAFM Gift Certificate (2) – Diane Zak
VAFM Gift Certificate (2) – Cheyenne Hoesing
McDonald’s Gift Cards (3) – Brenda Auen
T-Shirt & Book/Movie – Angela Hansen
T-Shirt & Book/Movie – Melissa Greise
T-Shirt & Book/Movie – Renee Nicks
T-Shirt & Book/Movie – Theresa Chasing Hawk
Book & Movie Choice – Marina Sereda

Vermillion Downtown Cultural Association to Lead Community Discussion

Betty Smith, Michelle Maloney and Bill Anderson of the Vermillion Downtown Cultural Association will join us to share the exciting project behind the collaborative efforts to renovate and run the Vermillion Theaters. The discussion will include how this project came about, and its relevance to other community development efforts.
Tuesday, October 13th, 2015 – 7 pm in the Kozak Community Room.
The non-profit association formed this year to invest in growing Vermillion’s downtown cultural attractions and relationship with the University of South Dakota and broader community, and to purchase the Coyote Twin and Vermillion Theaters on Main Street. The group has been raising funds in the community to accelerate renovations and to enhance the cinema experience in Vermillion.
“What we found when we began reaching out to partners such as the University of South Dakota and the Vermillion Chamber and Development Corporation (VCDC) was that everyone realized how important the theaters were for tying together this community, “says Ted Muenster, Vermillion Downtown Cultural Association Director. “Investing in purchasing the theaters and raising funds for renovation made sense to community leaders and helped us build momentum toward the purchase and – we hope, soon – a complete reimagining of the movie experience in Vermillion.”
This event is free and open to the public.

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