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   Spearfish Regional Hospital Diabetes Self Management Class


Spearfish Regional Hospital’s (SPRH) diabetes educators will present a three-week diabetes self-management class starting Thursday, July 11. Classes will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. at SPRH in the lower level, FMC Conference Room, 1440 N. Main St. This is a service covered by Medicare Part B and most insurance companies.

Classes are offered monthly and take place on three consecutive Thursdays. Participants must have an order from their provider and an individual meeting with a diabetes educator before the class series begins.

The classes use the interactive Conversation Maps™, a method addressing the topics the participants consider most relevant to their own life. Some topics covered include healthy meal planning, the relationship between diabetes and food, using monitoring results to manage diabetes, and ways to reduce other health risks related to diabetes.

For more information about the diabetes self-management class or to pre-register, call the SPRH Diabetes Education Department at (605) 644-4251.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Thursday, July 04, 2013 (07:00:00)


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   Days of '76 Adding Performance


After winning its 13th PRCA Rodeo of the Year honor in 2012, Chris Roberts, last year's Days of '76 chairman, said the committee would not rest on its success, but build an even better experience for spectators and contestants. So for the 2013 schedule, Deadwood's Days of '76 event has added another full rodeo performance.

The 91st annual Days of '76 Rodeo--which includes two historic parades on Deadwood's Main Street--will be held July 23-27, 2013, with the rodeo performances on Wednesday, July 24, Thursday, July 25, Friday, July 26, and two rodeos on Saturday, July 27. The newly added rodeo performance is Wednesday, July 24. The 5-day event also includes two historic parades on Friday, July 26 and Saturday, July 27.

The year 2012 marked the ninth straight year the Days of "76 won the Medium Outdoor Rodeo of the Year award by the PRCA (Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association). Prior to that, the Days took home four Small Outdoor Rodeo of the Year annual awards before moving to the medium class.

For ticket information or more event details, call 888-838-BULL.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, February 14, 2013 (08:09:55)


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   Adams Camps Registration Now Open


This summer the Adams Museum & House in partnership with the Deadwood Historic Preservation Commission will again host a series of camps for area youth. Exploration Camp kicks off the summer camp series for children in grades K-2 on June 4-8, 2012 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Exploration Camp is all about Black Hills animals. Everyday students will study a different animal that lives in the Black Hills – from pine beetles to rainbow trout to turkeys. Youth will learn what these animals eat, where they live and what types of sounds they make. The cost is $40 per student for the week; $30 for museum members.

During the week of June 11-15, 2012 students currently enrolled in grades 8-12 will have the opportunity to participate in an archaeology field school, led by professionals in the field. This session will incorporate the core archaeological principles explored in the camp sessions – why we conduct archaeology, the archaeological process and Deadwood history – but will give older students the opportunity to dig deeper. Students will lay the groundwork for the camp sessions by beginning the dig, researching the history of the site, examining artifacts uncovered at the site and keeping detailed logs of their progress. Additionally, these students will be invited to help with the two archaeology camp sessions for younger students. The cost is $75 per student for the week; $65 for museum members.

Children currently enrolled in grades 3-7 have the opportunity to participate in archaeology camp – a week-long program where campers will conduct a real archaeological excavation led by professionals in the field, take daily hikes and have lessons on topics ranging in scope from historic preservation to mapping. Two sessions are available: June 18-22 or June 25–29, 2012. The cost is $55 per child for the week; $45 for museum members. For more information, please contact Chelsie Bauer, museum educator at 605-578-1928. Scholarships are available. The camps fill up quickly, so please reserve your space today.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Thursday, March 08, 2012 (23:56:46)


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   Calamity’s Shindig An Adams Fundraiser


Calamity’s Shindig: An Adams Fundraiser will be held on Friday, February 4, 2011 from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Charlie Utter Theatre above the Saloon No. 10, 657 Main Street, Deadwood. The fundraiser will include musical entertainment, hors d’ oeuvres, a wine tasting and a live auction. All proceeds from the fundraiser will benefit public programming at the Adams Museum & House. Tickets are $35.00 per person and may be purchased by calling Black Hills Central Reservations at (800) 344-8826 or 578-7702.

No one threw a better party than Calamity Jane! Please join Sarah Carlson as Calamity Jane to support the Adams. Kick up your heels and dance to musical entertainment provided by Kenny Putnam and Boyd Bristow. Elegant hors d’ oeuvres and a wine tasting will be available throughout the evening. A cash bar will also be available. Casual attire is encouraged. The live auction includes autographed NFL footballs, gift certificates, hotel packages, original artwork, Colorado Rockies tickets and much more. The auction will be hosted by Representative Chuck Turbiville and Jim Gehner.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Thursday, January 27, 2011 (07:00:00)


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   Scrooge Night Book Talk And Signing


Looking for that special gift for the local history buff on your Christmas list? We have just the thing! On December 16, 2010 from 4:00-6:00pm, two authors of local histories will give book talks and sign copies of their works, which will be for sale, at the Sturgis Public Library. Refreshments will be served. This event is a cooperative effort of the General Federation of Woman’s Clubs affiliate-- Sturgis Woman’s Literary Club, Sturgis Area Arts Council and the Sturgis Public Library.

Margie LaDue wrote “Crawl into the Night”, the true story of Hugh Glass, to fulfill a promise she made to herself when she was teaching. As a 2nd grade teacher she saw the need for a text written at that level to explain how Glass managed to survive being mauled by a bear and left for dead. After she retired she researched the story and found an illustrator in a former student, Anne Ellingson, to complete the book. Published in 2008, it is the only offering of this busy grandmother, who states that the book is appealing to people of all ages.

“Ghost Mail” came about as the result of Tammy Derschan’s desire to save some of the stories of our area pioneers. Fascinated by historical elements of the Black Hills, she chose to write about its postal history and the characters involved with it. Tammy was raised in Perkins County, the daughter of Marshall and Lavina Goddard. She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Business Administration from Colorado Technical University, graduating in 2010. She will be coming to Sturgis for this event from the Sioux Falls area, where she lives with her children Chandler and Broox Derschan.

We hope you will join us in seeing what these gals have published and take advantage of the opportunity to treat those on your Christmas list to a fun and educational gift. If you have questions, call Dorothy Pulscher 720-5467.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Thursday, December 09, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Holiday Toy Drive


The Black Hills Center of Hope is sponsoring a Holiday Toy Drive for families who need a hand up this holiday season. During the Tuesday, December 14 Lead-Deadwood high school basketball games Vs. Newell you can bring a toy for a girl or a boy and get free admission into the games.

Toys will be distributed at the "Free Christmas Shopping Day" on December 18 from 10 a.m.- 4 p.m. If you have any questions, you can call 605-717-HOPE.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, December 06, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Sturgis Community Christmas Concert


What Sturgis musical event continues its tradition on the second Sunday of December? It’s the 32nd Annual Sturgis Community Christmas Concert. This event, a favorite of our community, takes place on Sunday, December 12th at 2:00 p.m. at the Sturgis Community Center Theater. Admission is free, but a free-will donation opportunity is available at the door to help defray the expenses for the concert.

Area church directors are deep into practice for this special event. These individual church choirs each take the opportunity to perform two pieces alone. Then, during the finale of the concert, all singers form a mass choir. Conductors rotate the responsibility of choosing the literature and direction of this mass choir. This year’s director, Myron Volk, is challenging the choir with an a cappella selection. The audience will be treated to traditional carols in their purest form by performing “An A Cappella Christmas” by Jay Rouse.

All choirs are welcome to participate in this long-standing concert opportunity. New choirs are always invited to join and need only to call Marlene Kotab, concert coordinator at 720-5906 or kotabgmcm@rushmore.com for information or to sign up for the concert. Any singer who is not affiliated with a group is invited to participate. Dress rehearsal for the concert is Wednesday, December 8 at 7:00pm at the Community Center Theater.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, December 01, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Annual Tour Of Lights


NeighborWorks® Dakota Home Resources is once again partnering with the Deadwood Trolley Department for the annual Tour of Lights! This annual event allows residents to see Christmas lights in the Lead and Deadwood areas while riding the Deadwood Trolley. This year’s dates are December 7th, 9th, 14th, and 16th. The Trolley will board at NeighborWorks® Dakota Home Resources, 795 Main Street, Deadwood, at 5:30 PM. Please call Sharon at 578.1401 to reserve your seat today as only 32 seats are available per date. A nonperishable food donation is requested upon embarking on this tour.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, December 01, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Christmas At The Adams


The Historic Adams House will host Christmas at the Adams on December 11 and 12 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Celebrate the holiday season by touring decades of Christmas at the Historic Adams House located at 22 Van Buren Avenue, Deadwood. The event is open to the public, $5 per person for members; $10 per person for non-members; children 12 and under $2 for members and $4 for non-members. Reservations are required; please call 605-578-3724.

Tour the Historic Adams House at leisure, viewing festival holiday decorations. Each room in the home will be decorated from a different era. A special display on Hanukkah will be featured in tribute to the Franklin family. Local musicians will provide music for the tours. Refreshments will be served. The house will be open from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Sunday, November 28, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Adams Weekend Workshop: Tie Dye


The Adams Weekend Workshop series continues for middle-high school students. The events are designed to spark creativity, promote the arts and sciences, and most importantly offer students in grades 6 – 12 fun opportunities in an informal museum environment. On Saturday, November 13, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. join Chelsie Bauer, art educator, and examine tie-dye as an art form. The workshop is $10 per student, and $5 for Adams members. Call Anne Rogers, museum educator at 605-578-1928 for reservations. Participants will meet in the Pioneer Room at the Adams Museum at 11:00 a.m.

Students will learn a brief history of tie-dye, basic to intermediate tie-dye patterns and make some tie-dye creations of their very own. Students can make up to two pieces of tie-dye art, a t-shirt (provided by the museum) and a white cotton (or other natural material) scarf, pair of socks or pants from home to tie-dye. Light refreshments will be served.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Saturday, November 06, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Golden Ridge Regional Senior Care To Host Trick Or Treaters


Golden Ridge Regional Senior Care (GRRSC) will be hosting trick or treaters from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m., on Halloween, Sunday, Oct. 31. All are welcome to visit during this special event. GRRSC is located at 200 Montana Ave.

For more information about this event, call Joelle Meade of GRRSC at (605) 722-6380.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Sunday, October 24, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   HARCC Raising Celebration


The Homestake Adams Research and Cultural Center (HARCC) has met the $3.6 million capital campaign and Governor Mike Rounds’ fundraising goal to establish the center in Deadwood. The grand opening of the HARCC will be held in June 2011.

There will be an official HARCC Raising Ceremony on Tuesday, October 19, 2010 at 3:00 p.m., 150 Sherman Street, Deadwood. Join us for a few short speeches, an official hammering of golden nails and refreshments. Tours of the building will be offered following the presentation. The HARCC will preserve and make accessible the invaluable treasure of Black Hills’ historic records and will serve as a place for on-going cultural events.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 (23:45:35)


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   Spirited Tours At The Historic Adams House


The Historic Adams House will host Spirited Tours on October 28, 29 and 30, 2010 at 6:00, 7:00, 8:00 and 9:00 p.m. at the historic home located at 22 Van Buren Avenue, Deadwood. Visitors will be given a special tour filled with new thrills and chills. Spirited Tours is a fun evening for the whole family. The event is open to the public, $5 per person for members and $10 per person for non-members. Reservations are required; please call 605-578-3724.

Are you afraid of what goes bump in the night? Have you ever wondered what mysteries lurk in the shadows of the Historic Adams House? Spirited Tours is the tale of loss, sorrow and mystery surrounding this magnificent home. The story began one hundred and thirty-four years ago and continues today.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, October 13, 2010 (01:09:48)


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   Heavenly Harp Concert


Karin and Joy Gunderson, mother-daughter musical duo known as Heavenly Harp, will give a free concert Tuesday, July 27 at 7:00 PM at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Spearfish.

The ministry of Heavenly Harp was founded in 2004 with the mission of making available the unique healing benefits of harp music combined with the power of scripture and prayer to anyone, anytime, anywhere. Heavenly Harp brings peace and relaxation as well as comfort into everyday life.

Karin will relate inspiring stories from her work as a harpist for hospice. The Gundersons also will play harp duets, sing together and add occasional flute and Native American flute accompaniment. There is no admission charge; offerings are accepted. For more information, contact Our Savior’s at 642-3715.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (01:06:44)


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   Small Gardens, Big Blooms Workshop At The Historic Adams House


The Historic Adams House will host a small gardens workshop on Saturday, July 24, 2010 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Join master gardener Mary Lou Paulson for a workshop that focuses on creating small gardens that maximize bloom potential. The event is open to the public, wheelchair accessible, $5 for members and $10 for non-members. Space is limited, for reservations and additional information please call 605-578-3724. Parking for the Historic Adams House, 22 Van Buren Ave. is available directly in front of the Adams House or in the Sherman Street parking lot next to First Interstate Bank.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Saturday, July 17, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Picnic On The Lawn At The Historic Adams House


Relax and enjoy a picnic and lecture on the beautiful lawn of the Historic Adams House on Friday, July 23, 2010 at 12:00 noon. Days of ’76 Museum director Deborah Gangloff will share the story of the history of the Days of ’76 Museum. Bring a lunch and a blanket or chair. The event is open to the public, wheelchair accessible, free admission but donations are appreciated. Please call 605-578-1928 for more information. In case of inclement weather, the lecture will be moved to Deadwood City Hall. Parking for the Historic Adams House, 22 Van Buren Ave. is available directly in front of the Adams House or in the Sherman Street parking lot next to First Interstate Bank.

The Days of ’76 Museum is an outgrowth of the Days of ’76 Celebration, the most enduring historic attraction in Deadwood. Since the 1970s the museum’s home has been a pole barn, inadequate to protect its collections including the Days of ’76 Rodeo Collection, 52 horse-drawn vehicles, and a collection of historic old west and American Indian art, artifacts and archives. Gangloff will share the journey of Deadwood’s oldest attraction to our newest attraction – a 30,000 square foot state of the art rodeo cowboy western heritage center.

Deborah Gangloff has 35 years of experience in the museum field working in museums in New York, Illinois and South Dakota. She was the former curator at the Dahl Art Center. As Assistant Director of the Adams Museum & House, Deborah oversaw the restoration of the Historic Adams House. Gangloff is currently the director of the Days of ’76 Museum and assists the Days board in the development of the new museum that will include expanded interpreted exhibits, programs and services.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Friday, July 16, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Northern Hills Connection Lunch


The Northern Hills Connection group, formerly Christian Women’s Club, invites you to join us for lunch at its next monthly meeting, Tuesday, July 20, at 12 noon at the Golden Hills Resort at 900 Miners Avenue in Lead, SD.

Inspirational speaker Trish Harder, of Worland, Wyoming, will share about going through your problems without them going through you.

A feature of the meeting will be a presentation by Becky Gropper CLTC, agent, of Belle Fourche on How to Invest in Retirement. Spearfish resident Cathy White will provide musical entertainment accompanied by Janet Higbee of Spearfish.

Tickets for the 90-minute program are $12 and include lunch, the feature, the music, and the speaker. Reservations are appreciated but walk-ins are welcome.

To make reservations please call Judy at 347-5266 or Marlene at 722-5307 by Friday, July 16th.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Tuesday, July 13, 2010 (23:40:01)


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   An Adams Night Under The Stars: A Fundraiser For The Historic Adams House


The Historic Adams House will host a unique summer fundraising event on Saturday, July 10, 2010 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. An Adams Night Under the Stars will feature an evening concert with the Northern Hills Community Band, a plant sale, bake sale, ice cream social, food concessions and a children’s area including face painting and games. Tickets are $1 per item. Parking for the Historic Adams House, 22 Van Buren Ave. is available in front of the Historic Adams House or in the Sherman Street parking lot next to First Interstate Bank. For more information contact Michael Ellison at 605-578-3724.

Participants may purchase raffle tickets, bid on silent auction items and win door prizes in a summer carnival atmosphere. All proceeds benefit the Historic Adams House public programming. Bring a blanket or chair.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Saturday, July 03, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Seth Bullock: The Spirit Of The West


Gordy Pratt will portray frontiersman Seth Bullock daily at 11:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. in the Adams Museum’s Pioneer Room in July. Pratt’s performances include original songs and stories about Bullock that bring the history of Dakota Territory to life, as seen by one of the region’s most legendary characters. Performances will take place July 9 and 10, July 12 – 17 and July 19 – 24, 2010. There will be no performances on Sunday, July 11 or Sunday, July 18. For more information call 605-578-1714. The event is open to the public and wheelchair accessible, with admission by donation.

Gordy Pratt’s living history program is a wonderful window to the past. The show includes first-hand stories about the legends of Deadwood. Pratt’s program is carefully researched, bringing to life the sights, sounds, grit and glory of Dakota Territory in a rich, historical context.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Friday, July 02, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Lead Deadwood Alumni Art Exhibit


The Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council will be sponsoring an "Alumni Art Show" during the Lead Deadwood All School reunion the first week of July. The Arts Council is looking for artwork created by Lead/Deadwood High School, St. Patrick's and St. Ambrose alumni. It can be in any medium including paintings, drawings, pottery, wood working, sewing/quilting, stained glass, jewelry, sculpting, music cd's, etc; and, can be something created many years ago or something newly created.

The exhibit will be held during the all school reunion the first week of July at the Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council gallery which is located upstairs at the Historic Homestake Opera House (309 W. Main in Lead). If you would like to display your work or know any alumni who has made or makes great artwork, give the Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council a call at 584-1461.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Sunday, June 20, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   BHSU To Host Summer Exploration


Black Hills State University will host a Summer Exploration Institute for children ages 8-10, June 28-July 2.

During the institute children will have the opportunity to get a workout of the mind and body with classroom activities and field trips to Spearfish Park, Sanford Lab and Tatanka. Participants will also participate in community service projects and have the chance to investigate archeological sites on a cultural exploration of a campsite that is over 100 years old at Fort Meade.

The cost of the Institute is $199, which includes all learning materials needed and special edition t-shirt, BHSU backpack, lanyard, notebook, magnifying glass, and more. To complete an application CLICK HERE.

For more information contact Dr. Mary Jones, Institute director, at 605-642-6833.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Tuesday, June 15, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   The Ghost Of Seth Bullock Will Haunt The Adams Museum


Gordy Pratt will portray the ghost of frontiersman Seth Bullock on June 18–20, 2010 from 12 noon to 4:00 p.m. at the Adams Museum.

For more information call 605-578-1714. The event is open to the public and wheelchair accessible, with admission by donation. Parking for the Adams Museum, 54 Sherman Street is available on Deadwood Street, Siever Street and the Miller Street parking lot.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Friday, June 11, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Miles City To Deadwood Ride


Horse lovers and history buffs throughout Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota have a chance this summer to participate in a historic ride to retrace the old Miles City-to-Deadwood Trial. The 200-mile trail remains as wild and untraveled as it was in the days of Luther “Yellowstone” Kelly and Calamity Jane.

The Historic Miles City to Deadwood Trail Ride is open to participants using horses, mules and wagons. The riders will leave Miles City on Aug. 20 and arrive in Deadwood on Sept. 4. Deadwood is hosting a citywide celebration to mark the event when the ride arrives in town. Riders can sign on to ride the entire distance, or choose days in which to participate. Registration is now open for the ride.

Overnight stops in Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota communities along the trail will include programs, entertainment and celebrations. Rider fees cover these events, as well as water for animals, portable toilets, transportation to and from evening camps, commemorative keepsakes, the trail’s end celebration in Deadwood and more. Proceeds from this ride go to raise funds for the Days Of ’76 Museum in Deadwood.

Ride organizers hope to promote the heritage of the West, and to have the Miles City to Deadwood Trail included as a National Historic Trail.

“This trail is full of history, and the ride will be an adventure and a hands-on, colorful lesson for all participants,” said committee co-chairman Michael Greslin. “The ride will cover unique terrain, with most areas unchanged since the trail’s inception. Riders will definitely enjoy this trail and play a role in keeping history alive.”

Yellowstone Kelly mapped the trail from Fort Keogh (Miles City) to Deadwood as a telegraph line in 1878, just two years after the rough-and-tumble Deadwood Gulch mining camp was established. Until about 1887, the trail served as a tri-weekly mail and freight route through the wilderness. Calamity Jane, who spent time in both Miles City and Deadwood, is among the noteworthy figures believed to have traveled the trail.

Registration forms are available by calling the Deadwood Chamber at 1-800-999-1876, emailing the Chamber at visit@deadwood.org or by CLICKING HERE.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Tuesday, June 08, 2010 (22:56:10)


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   The Bard Of Ballyfiddle


The Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council, Historic Homestake Opera House and the Children's Theatre Company of South Dakota invite everyone to an afternoon and evening of fun and entertainment when Lead/Deadwood's young talent present The Bard Of Ballyfiddle on Friday, June 18 at 2 p.m. and Saturday, June 19 at 2 p.m. at the Historic Homestake Opera House. Auditions will be held on Monday, June 14 at 10 a.m. with rehearsals held June 14-June 18 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. and again from 12:30 to 2:30 at the Historic Homestake Opera House at 309 W. Main in Lead.

In The Bard of Ballyfiddle, the Sheldon W. Serious School is in trouble! Principal Farley has just implemented the Serious Plan for Proper Education, which features a no-joy policy and most devastatingly the elimination of music (which has been proven to cause joy!). A strange Bard and a Mysterious Symphony of Sound show up, and the children discover the magical world of Ballyfiddle. When they learn to listen to their hearts, they devise a clever plan for restoring joy to their school.

The performance is the culmination of a unique learning experience for 50 children from the Lead/Deadwood area. This special weeklong event gives children a chance to learn what it's like to take part in a professionally produced stage musical, from auditions and rehearsals through the final performance.

Make plans to attend and take part in the fun! The Bard of Ballyfiddle will entertain the entire family! Tickets are available for $3 at the Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council. This residency in Lead/Deadwood is made possible by the Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council, Historic Homestake Opera House and support provided by the State of South Dakota, thorugh the Department of Tourism and State Development, the National Endowment for the Arts.

For more information, contact the Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council at 584-1461.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Tuesday, June 08, 2010 (22:53:25)


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   Arts Council Sponsors Summer Children's Theatre


The Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council will be sponsoring children's theatre at the Historic Homestake Opera House June 14 through June 19. The Children's Theatre Company of South Dakota will be producing "The Bard of Ballyfiddle" musical and up to 50 Lead/Deadwood K-8th grade youth are need for every age, skill and experience level.

In addition to on stage roles, there are also children needed to assist the directors and learn how to operate sound and lighting equipment. Auditions will be held at the Historic Homestake Opera House on June 14th at 10 a.m. Additional information on rehearsals and showtimes will be coming soon.

For more information, please call 584-1461.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 (17:27:56)


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   Diabetes Self Management Class


Spearfish Regional Hospital’s (SPRH) diabetes educators will present a diabetes self-management class Thursday, June 3. Two class times are offered: 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. or 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at SPRH in the lower level, Regional Medical Clinic Conference Room, 1440 North Main, Spearfish. This is a service covered by Medicare Part B and most insurance companies.

The class takes place on Thursdays for four weeks. Participants need to have an order from their provider and an individual meeting with a diabetes educator before the class series begins.

The classes use the new interactive Conversation Mapsâ„¢, a method addressing the topics the participants consider most relevant to their own life. Some topics covered include healthy meal planning, the relationship between diabetes and food, using your monitoring results to manage your diabetes and ways to reduce other health risks related to diabetes.

Classes are offered monthly. For more information about the diabetes self-management class or to pre-register, call the SPRH Diabetes Education Department at (605) 644-4251.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Registration For Jungle Book Kids


Come all actors, singers, dancers and stage hands from ages 8 through 15! Registration for Jungle Book Kids is from 8am - 9am in the Matthews Opera House on June 2nd. Rehearsal will be from 9am to Noon the same day. Parents must come the frist day of audition for registration.



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Posted by SACuser
on Monday, May 24, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Dakota Jazz Collective In Concert


The Spearfish Arts Center will host the Jazz Diversity Project featuring the Dakota Jazz Collective on Friday, May 21st at 7:00 pm in the Matthews Opera House Theater. Dakota Jazz Collective is a horn-driven ensemble featuring some of the finest jazz talent in the region. Music from Miles Davis to George Gershwin to new tunes penned by members of the band, with solo improvisation taking center stage, means you’ll hear familiar music with a new twist. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. They can be purchased at the Spearfish Arts Center Gallery.



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Posted by SACuser
on Friday, May 14, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Preservation Thursday


The Adams Museum and the Deadwood Historic Preservation Commission will host a lecture by Darrel Nelson, Adams Museum exhibits curator at 12 noon on Thursday, May 20, 2010. Nelson will describe the history of western art in very broad strokes. The program will be held at Deadwood City Hall, 102 Sherman Street, Deadwood. The event is wheelchair accessible. Please feel free to bring your lunch.

Darrel Nelson’s presentation will show how the artwork and ceramic pieces in the Adams House are quintessentially American in a variety of ways. The lecture will explore the trends and mindsets that led to art styles that were prominent at the time the owners of the Adams House were buying art. Nelson draws his experience from decades as an undergraduate teacher of art history, art appreciation courses, curricular design and a lifetime of inclination to be an object maker. Darrel Nelson earned his M.F.A. in woodcut printmaking from King Sejong University, Seoul, Korea. He has worked for the AM&H since 2000.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Thursday, May 13, 2010 (07:00:00)


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   Wisconsin Lutheran College Concert Band


The Wisconsin Lutheran College Concert Band will offer a concert at Meier Hall, BHSU, in Spearfish, SD, on May 19th, at 7:30 pm. The performance is part of the band’s 2010 Spring Concert Tour through Minnesota, South Dakota, Wyoming, Colorado, and Nebraska.

The tour performance is free and open to the public. For more information concerning the concert, please call 605-722-3857.



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Wednesday, May 12, 2010 (07:00:00)



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