Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Hindsight is 20/20. Join us for a candid discussion to hear about the lessons learned in 2020 by some of the most prominent event organizers in South Dakota, and their plans for 2021, This is a free event. Registration is required.
Jim Entenman – Founder of J&L Harley Davidson and Hot Harley Nights.
J&L Harley Davidson and the Entenman family created Hot Harley Nights 25 years ago. Through the years, this annual event has raised over $3.5 million for Make-A-Wish South Dakota. In 2020, due to the coronavirus pandemic Hot Harley Nights was canceled. Planning for 2021 is already underway!
Learn more about J&L Harley Davidson and Hot Harley Nights here: https://www.jl-harley.com/–hotharleynights
Darcy Andersen – Board Member, Turner County Fair.
The Turner County Fair in Parker, SD is South Dakota’s oldest county fair. In 2020, after a 139 year continuous run, the fair was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic. Planning is already underway for 2021.
Learn more about the Turner County Fair here: https://turnercountyfair.com/
Kirsten Hollenbeck – Executive Director of the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra.
The Black Hills Symphony Orchestra is the official orchestra for the Black Hills region. They conducted one of their main fundraisers, A Little Holiday Music virtually in 2020 and were really creative with their fundraising!. Hear about their experience and what they have planned for 2021! Learn more about the Black Hills Symphony Orchestra on their website here: https://www.bhsymphony.org/
Amy Marsh – Board Chair for SD EMSA Annual Conference.
The South Dakota EMS Association held their statewide 2020 annual conference virtually and had record breaking attendance. Hear about the SD EMS Association’s experience, and what events in the future might look like moving forward for the association. Learn more about the SD EMS Association on their website here: http://sdemsa.org/