There’s a lot going on in Aberdeen as September draws to a close. Sacred Heart hosts its annual bazaar, which is a thing of wonder–when you see what a handful of volunteers can pull off when they transform an elementary school and gym into a marketplace.
A delicious pork loin dinner will be served from 4:30 to 7:30 on Saturday and on Sunday from 4:00 to 6:30. The midway and Market Street run on Saturday from 3:00-9:00 and on Sunday from 12:30 to 6:30. You don’t have to be Catholic or a member of Sacred Heart to come and enjoy. (Your kids will love it.)
This weekend also marks the anniversary of the NESD Celtic Faire. If this blustery weather holds, it’ll feel like a proper British weekend and you’ll need a cuppa clutched in your hands while you watch the Brian Boru Irish Pipe Band or the ARCC cloggers. There are some other fine acts–here’s a full list. It’s a really nice, well-attended event with a lot to see, do and EAT.
Next weekend is the South Dakota Film Festival if that’s more how you roll. We’re pretty honored to host it here in Aberdeen and the list of special guests, screenings and film selections over the years is something to be proud of. Check it out.
And looking ahead–Kessler’s is hosting an Oktoberfest (if you have to ask when, you don’t know what an Oktoberfest is.) At last, something for the German in all of us.