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The Sundance Times Page 12 Thursday, May 7, 2015 www.nhcinema.com 1830 N. Main St., Spearfish, SD 57783 You can now purchase tickets online at WWW.NHCINEMA,COM [ 'Woman In Gold (PG 13) Fri: 4:t5, 6:45, 9:00 Sat/Sun: 2:00, 4:15, 6:45, .00 M0n- hurs: 4:15, 6:45, 9:00 Monkey Kingdom (G) Fri: 4:30, 7:00, 9:15 Sat/Sun: 2:00, 4:30, 7:00, 9:15 M0n-Ihurs: 4:30, 7:00, 9:15 Avengers: Age d Ultron 2D/3D (PG 13) Fri: 4:00, 4:15, 6:15, 6:30, 8:45, 8:45 3D Sat/Sun: 1:30,1:45, 4:00, 4:15 3D, 6:15, 6:30, 8:45, 8:45 3D Mon-Thurs: 4:00, 4:15, 6:15, 6:30, 8:45, 8:45 3D Hot Pursuit (PG 13) Fri: 4:30, 6:45, 9:15 Sat/Sun: 2:00, 4:30, 6:45, 9:15 M0n-lhurs: 4:30, 6:45, 9:15 Longest Ride (PG 13) Fri: 6:30, 9:00 Sat/Sun: 6:30, 9:00 Mon- urs: 6:30, 9:00 Paul Blart- Mall Cop 2 (PG) Fri: 4:15 Sat/Sun: 1:30, 4:15 Mon-'Ihurs: 4:15 Don't forget to our website at www.nhcinemaxom Call iN facebookJ 642-4212 , m, uxao :. II Crook County Library hosted its annual tea party for little girls ages four through third grade on Friday, April 24. The "Under the Sea" tea party was well attended with 42 little mermaids sitting down under the waves for some yummy sea worthy treats. Pearl rings were made and a "human object" scavenger hunt, inspired by Disney's Little Mermaid Ariel, were among the activities. Award: continued from page I Congress, it provides stu- dents the opportunity to set personal goals to better themselves and their com- munities in four program areas: Voluntary Public Ser- vice, Personal Development, Physical Fitness and Expe- dition/Exploration. By earn- ing the bronze, silver or gold Congressional Award, youth receive local, state and na- tional recognition and make a lasting impact on the com- munities they serve. The na- tional service award is non- competitive and invites all 13Y2 to 23-year-olds to pur- sue the challenge of earning a Congressional Award. Youth championships culminate with hunting challenge May 30 in Upton Wyoming high school championships culminate this month with the state hunting championships May 30 in Upton. Officially called the Youth Hunter Education Challenge, this National Rifle Association-sponsored event allows Wyo- ming hunters 18 and under who have passed hunter edu- cation to showcase their skiUs and have a good time. The chaUenge tests youngsters in sporting clays style trap shooting, .22, muzzleloader and archery marksmanship, wildlife identification, orienteering and hunter safety judg- ments. "The challenge is designed to be a fun event for all partici- pants - not just the 'winners, said Jim Dawson, the Game and Fish's recently retired hunter education coordinator. Since it began in 2008, the challenge has been hosted by the Upton Gun Club. All participants receive a prize and are eligible to advance to the NRA's international competition July 26-31 in Raton, N.M. To participate, youngsters need to submit copies of their hunter education card, birth certificate, photo and pay a $10 entry fee per NRA rules. Entry forms are available on the Game and Fish website or at Game and Fish offices. For more info, contact Rick Rothleutner of the Upton Gun Club at (307) 281-9980 or Jeff Obrecht of the Game and Fish at (307) 777-4532; jeff.obrech o.gov. Buttons and Bows Buttons and Bows met at Witches Stitches with Lynn Con- zelman as hostess. Ten members and eight children attended. Roll call was answered by naming a Wyoming landmark. Meeting was opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Wyoming Homemakers Creed, led by Barb Goodvin. Minutes were approved, no Treasurer's report. Gladys Clark gave courtesy report. Old Business: Ranch signs are almost completed and soon to be placed. Tiny Bush delivered items in the Veterans bas- ket to Ft. Mead. New Business: None The club was presented with decorated planting jars for their service to the community, made by Rhoda McDonald. Tiny Bush read words of encouragement, "Real Friends by Eleanor Roosevelt. Gladys Clark presented the program of =Vintage Table Scapes using antique dishes. Christie Dennis served a delicious lunch. Submitted by JoAnn Bohmont ! Ladies Blouses Regu~r Price Cmd Gid m Szo OFF CHECR OUT OUR FUN NEW PURSES! This Week at Your Library BY KIM HEASTER AND ALLISON BUSH-FORSBERG Loretta Durfee has been faithfully keeping up the library scrapbook for years and would like someone to take it over. We are looking for someone who would be willing to jump in. Please contact Jill at 283-1006 or crookcoun- tylib rangeweb.net for more information. Library Programming: STORYTIME for toddlers and pre- schoolers every Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. Stories and fun with May's themes of =Mothers, =Turtles, and "Frogs. The last regular storytime will be May 20. LUNCH BUNCH BOOK DISCUSSION GROUP will meet every third Thurs- day at 11 a.m. in the library meeting room. For May they will be discussing =The Honk and Holler Opening Soon" by Billie Letts. Books are available at the library. The FEEDER READERS DISCUSSION GROUP is taking a hiatus for the summer and will resume in September. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY BOARD usually meets every first Thursday af- ter the first Tuesday of each month. Location rotates be- tween the libraries in Sundance, Moorcroft, and Hulett. Meetings open to the public. CROOK COUNTY LIBRARY FOUNDATION BOARD usually meets every third Thursday at 1:30 p.m. Location rotates among the three libraries. SUNDANCE FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY usually meets ev- ery second Tuesday, September through May, at 11 a.m. in the library meeting room. Major projects include the annual book sale, Valentine's bake sale, and Open House luncheon. Always on the lookout for new members. New Fiction: NYPD RED 3 by James Patterson. NYPD Red is the elite, highly trained task force assigned to pro- tect the rich, the famous, and the connected. Zach Jor- don and his partner, Kylie MacDonald, are the best of the best, brilliant and tireless investigators who will stop at nothing to deliver justice. COLD BETRAYAL by J.A. Jance. Sister Anselm rushes to the bedside of a young pregnant woman hospitalized for severe injuries after she was hit by a car on a deserted Arizona highway. The girl had been running away from The Family, a polygamous cult with no patience for those who try to leave. THE EXECUTION by Dick Wolf. A number of bodies are discovered on the US border, each carved with a hummingbird. Detective Cecilia Garza with the Mexican Intelligence Agency must work with Jeremy Fisk of the NYPD Intelligence Division, because the killer is headed to New York City. THE SIG- NATURE OF ALL THINGS by Elizabeth Gilbert. Alma Whit- taker, the daughter of a botanical explorer, quickly comes into her own within the world of plants and science. But as her research takes her into the mysteries of evolution, she fails in love with a man who draws her into the realm of the spiritual and the divine. New Wyoming Room Fiction: PEOPLE OF THE MORN- ING STAR by W. Michael Gear and Kathleen O'Neal Gear. A thousand years ago, a mighty civilization dominated America from its Illinois capital near modern St. Lo.uis, Establishing colonies from Wisconsin to the Gulf of Mexi- co, and from the Carolinas to Kansas, settlers and priests spread Cahokia's rich culture and told of magical worlds, Spirit beasts, and miracles. > .... New Wyoming Room Non-fiction: GIVE ME MOUNTAINS FOR MY HORSES: Journeys of a Backcounty Horseman, by Tom Reed. Tom Reed has a real affinity for horses and wilderness, and it shows on every page in his true tales about trail riding, horse packing, and great mountain horses. New Young Adult: WORDS AND THEIR MEANINGS by Kate Bassett. Paralyzed by grief since her beloved uncle Joe died, seventeen-year-old Anna, a gifted writer, re- ceives a strange email that suggests she did not know him as well as she thought she did, and that he was not the saint she believed him to be. A YOUNG COWBOY'S AD- VENTURES by Stu Campbell. A young cowboy works his summer ranch job, meets a girl, and journeys alone with his horse and pregnant burro to get home before school starts. =HONEY THE CONTINUING ADVENTURES OF A YOUNG COWBOY by Stu Campbell. A young cowboy gets a summer job at a dude ranch where he picks up the nick- name "Honey and finds himself a girlfriend. New Junior Graphic Novels: THE LITTLE PRINCE BOOK 1: THE PLANET OF WIND by Graphic Universe. The winds that keep the planet from freezing are growing weaker, and the Little Prince and Fox must discover the root of the problem and save the planet before it disappears into darknessI New Junior Non-fiction: HUNTING GEAR by Annie Wendt Hemstock. Gear, hideaways, and weapons that will get you ready to huntl MYSTERIOUS MONSTERS: SEARCH- ING FOR BIGFOOT. By Jennifer Rivkin. Presents the his- tory and present-day legend of Bigfoot, hoaxes and fakes, and a scientific view of the creature. New Puzzle Books: ADVENTURESI LOOK AND FIND by Disney. Join your favorite Disney and Pixar Characters in a fun look and findl BIG HERO 6 by Disney. Look and find with Big Hero 6I New Picture Books: WILL YOU BE MINE? A NURSERY RHYME ROMANCE by Phyllis Limbacher Tildes. 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