“Finger snappin, hand clappin, and toe tappin” concert will be presented on Tuesday Feb. 26, in the gym at the Kimball Elementary School.
The concert will be given at 9 a.m. and 7 p.m.
The grades 4, 5 and 6 students will be in this concert, along with the elementary band.
Come ready to have some fun!
I’m sure you’ll feel like singing along, tapping your toes, snapping your fingers, and especially clapping your hands after the exciting numbers the students will be singing. Also included are dances, instruments, a rap, and other songs to liven up this cold, snowy winter.
The band will begin the program followed by the grades 4 through 6. The finale will include a number by all the students. Hope to see you there for an exciting evening.
The band is under the direction of Keith Haake, and grades 4-6 under the direction of Arlene Sands.
Zackary Holtz placed first in the Gopher State Nationals Feb. 9 and 10, in Monticello. Zackary had three falls, all in the first period, and a major decision 8-0. His Championship match was a fall in :32 seconds. Zackary wrestled in the third- and fourth-grade division at 90 pounds. Zackary is a fourth-grader at Kimball Elementary.
Author Will Weaver will visit the Kimball Area High School to help celebrate the “All-School Read” Tuesday, Feb. 26. He will do multiple presentations throughout the day focusing on young adult fiction and the process of writing. He also will allow for Q & A and book signings. The focus of the All-School Read has been Weaver’s young-adult books Memory Boy, Saturday Night Dirt, and Defect. His novel Red Earth, White Earth was produced as a CBS television movie, and his short story “A Gravestone Made Of Wheat” was adapted for the movie “Sweet Land.” Teens who are not students at Kimball Area High School are welcome to attend and may make arrangements to do so by calling the school office at (320) 398-7700. Weaver’s visit is sponsored by the Kimball Area Public Library. It is funded in part with money from Minnesota’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund.
For more information, call the Kimball Public Library at (320) 398-3915.