1 The Regifters

The final showing of the Depot Theater Company production of The Regifters is this weekend with doors opening tonight at 5:30 p.m. and at noon on Sunday.

According to director John Stuff, the Regifters starts off with one couple receiving a gift from some friends in Germany.

They have no idea what it is, so they regift it to a second couple. They too have no idea what it is and give it to a third couple who likewise regifts it to a fourth couple.

Then the first couple receives a phone call from the friends in Germany asking if they received the "priceless" gift they sent.

The race is on as each couple tries to retrieve the gift from the couple they regifted it to.

The show ends with a very meaningful and thought provoking moral about the true meaning of Christmas and a gift that is given.

Tickets are $55 for dinner and the show, $40 for show only.

Call 620-225-1001 for tickets.

2 Cowboy Band

The Dodge City Middle School will once again be holding the annual Dodge City Cowboy Band Christmas concert on Sunday at the DCMS auditorium starting at 3 p.m.

The band will be performing a couple new songs they haven't played in previous years according to band director Hollyann Sewell.

Themes from the Nutcracker Suite and Greensleeves will join the playlist this year to go along with Colors of Christmas, Deck the Hall and All That Jazz, Sleigh Ride, We Need a little Christmas, Light up the World (It’s Christmas), Christmas Festival, Wonderful Christmastime, Feliz Navidad and On Olde English Christmas.

The concert is open to the public and free to attend.

3 Escape Room

The Dodge City Library Escape Room returns today with

registration required to attend, contact DCPL at 620-225-0248 to register.

Times for the escape room will vary on registrations.

There will be two rooms running each with a different theme.

The theme this weekend is Gingerbread House for the younger participants and Medieval Christmas for the older ones.

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