1 Breakfast with Santa
Santa will be coming to town this Saturday at Boot Hill Museum from 8 to 11 a.m. with a breakfast running from 8 to 10 a.m.
There will be Christmas games, face painting, storytelling and crafts and pictures being taken with Santa Claus.
The tickets for the event are $9 for adults and $5 for children 10 years old and under.
Tickets are available by walk-up only.
2 Young Guns
The Young Guns timed event extravaganza continues today and Sunday at the Western State Bank Expo Center in Dodge City.
The rodeo competition features participants that range in age from 6-years-old and under up to 18.
The events they will compete in will be barrels, poles, goat tail untying, dummy roping, breakaway, steer breakaway, steer stop, calf tie down and team roping.
For more information on the rodeo as well as a schedule of the future dates, visit younggunsdc.com.
3 Bell choir concert
The Dodge City Public Library is hosting the First United Methodist Church Bell Choir at 3 p.m. today.
Christmas carols will be performed by the full choir as well as bell ringers.
Members in the audience will also be able to participate throughout the concert.
For more information regarding the concert, visit the library website at dcpl.info or call the library at 620-225-0248.
4 Kingdom Series
On Sunday at the Wright Park band-shell will be the Release the Kingdom series from the First Southern Baptist Church of Dodge City.
The series is done through a partnership of local churches with everyone welcome to attend the revival.
Snacks and refreshments will be available along with prayer and worship.
The series will take place on the first Sunday of each month.
5 DCCC Holiday Concert
This Monday will be the Dodge City Community College vocal music department Holiday Concert at First United Methodist Church at 7 p.m.
"The music for this concert was drawn from different eras and styles, all of which highlight a different feeling of the season," said DCCC assistant professor of vocal music Kerry Kuplic in a press release.
"Some of the featured music will be a 16th Century Spanish villancico, 20th and 21st compositions, a modern setting of text from mediaeval English mystery plays, and a traditional German carol.
"I selected the music to complement the season and to showcase each ensemble’s unique abilities and interests."
The concert will be made up of three ensembles that will be concert choir, singing and choral union that will feature 34 performers made up of 24 students and 10 community members.
W. Fredrick Krieger will be the guest organist.
The concert is free to the public to attend.
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