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"Breaking Away" Film To Show

Posted by SACuser on Monday, May 10, 2010 (07:00:00)

On Monday, May 17th at 7:00 pm the bike themed movie, “Breaking Away” (1979) with Daniel Christopher, Dennis Quaid and Daniel Stern, will be shown in the Matthews Opera House Theater. This coming of age films tells the story of four teenagers in Bloomington, Indiana who have graduated from high school and are not sure what they want to do with their lives. It won the 1979 Academy Award for Best Original Screen play and was nominated for Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Barbara Barrie), Best Director, Best Music, Original Score and Best Picture. Admission is by free will donation. Theater seating is available but patrons may bring a chair, beanbag or blanket for your own personal comfort.

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CALL TO ARTISTS! Bike To Work Week Art Show

Posted by SACuser on Monday, May 10, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Spearfish Bike Co-op and the Spearfish Arts Center are hosting a Bike Art Show from Monday, May 17th through Friday, May 21st in the Matthews Opera House. Art in any medium is welcome as long as it is somehow inspired by or related to bicycles or bike culture. The show is open to all ages and abilities. The purpose of the show is to raise awareness of bikes and bike culture in our area. Bike related prizes will be given for People’s Choice winners, but otherwise this event will not be juried. Entries may be dropped off at the Spearfish Arts Center between the 10th and 14th of May. Entry fees are: $10 for one piece or $25 for three and fees are half priced for artists under 18 years old. This event is for everyone! For more information visit www.spearfishartscenter.org

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2010 Northern Hills Senior Games

Posted by A-Ryan on Monday, May 10, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Spearfish Rec & Aquatics Center is pleased to announce that the 2010 Northern Hills Senior Games will be held in Spearfish on May 21 & 22.

The Northern Hills Senior Games is a regional athletic festival offered to adults age 50 and over. Sporting events include cycling, bowling, basketball, golf, running, swimming, tennis, track and field and walking. Leisure events include bean bag toss, billiards, jump rope, shuffle board, table tennis, bridge and pinochle. In addition to the sporting and leisure events, athletes and their guests can enjoy the Friday evening social dinner and medals ceremony.

To request a registration form contact the Spearfish Rec & Aquatics Center at 605.722.1430 or CLICK HERE. Registration deadline is set for May 17.


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Sturgis Eastern Stars

Posted by A-Ryan on Sunday, May 09, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Sturgis Eastern Stars will be having a Birthday Party / Open House for their 100th Birthday. It will take place Sunday May 16th from 2-4 with a short program beginning 2pm.

There will be cake, refreshments and lots of socializing! It will be held at the Sturgis Masonic Lodge, located at 3747 Old Whitewood Road. Come help us celebrate this milestone!


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Northern Hills Connection Lunch

Posted by A-Ryan on Sunday, May 09, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Northern Hills Connection group, formerly Christian Women’s Club, invites you to attend its next monthly lunch meeting, Monday, May 17, at 12 noon in Sturgis at the Boulder Canyon Convention Center adjacent to the Holiday Inn Express at Exit 30.

Inspirational speaker Bonnie Eder, of Riverton, Wyoming, will share about the keys to a lasting friendship, in a presentation entitled “From Loneliness to Fulfillment.”

A feature of the meeting will be a craft presentation by Midge Hemeyer of Spearfish, on making butterflies out of recycled materials. Jo Hartmann of Sturgis will provide musical entertainment.

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, April 16th.


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Adams Learning Lunch: Mother’s Day Chocolate Workshop

Posted by A-Ryan on Saturday, May 08, 2010 (07:00:00)

On Saturday, May 8, 2010 children in grades K-6 are invited to the second chocolate workshop in the Learning Lunch series from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Adams Museum. Join Mary “Chip” Tautkus for an amazing afternoon. Children receive a nutritious lunch of fruits, vegetables and whole grains. The workshop is $10 per child, and $5 for Adams members. Space is limited; please contact Anne Rogers, museum educator at 605-578-1928 for reservations.

Children will learn about chocolate, eat chocolate and create Mothers Day gifts with the expert guidance of Mary "Chip" Tautkus, chocolatier and owner of Chubby Chipmunk Hand-Dipped Chocolates in Deadwood. Not only will children check out the inner workings of the cocoa bean, but will learn to decorate, prepare and share their very own chocolate creations.

Chip has been in love with chocolate since she could pronounce the word. She arrived in the Black Hills in 1990 and although her career was as a nurse, she was concocting irresistible delicacies for friends during her off hours. Her passion is hand-dipped truffles, homemade toffee and caramel. Chubby Chipmunk Hand-Dipped Chocolates was born in 2004 from that love and Chip’s need to share her treasures with the public. Most days she will be found in her sunny Deadwood kitchen dreaming up more ways to make folks swoon, sway and sigh in chocolate delight.


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Bellman Brown Bag Series

Posted by SACuser on Wednesday, May 05, 2010 (07:00:00)

Kay Cos, Board member of Good Shepherd Clinic will be the speaker for the Bellman Brown Bag Series scheduled for Wednesday, May 12th at Noon in the Matthews Opera House. The topic will be the “Good Shepherd Clinic – Healthcare for the Uninsured” which has provided healthcare services in the community for one full year. There is no charge to attend and everyone is welcome.

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Patsy’s Day And Mother’s Day

Posted by A-Ryan on Monday, May 03, 2010 (07:00:00)

In honor of W.E. Adams’ beloved dog, Patsy, and to benefit the Twin City Animal Shelter, the Historic Adams House will host Patsy’s Day on Saturday, May 8, 2010. Visitors need only bring a pet food item or any pet product to be donated to the shelter in order to receive a free tour of the 1892 Queen Anne-style Victorian home.

Tours are given on a first come, first served basis, with tours every half hour from 9:00 a.m. with the last tour at 4:00 p.m. For more information call 578-3724. For information about adopting a pet in need or to make a monetary contribution, call the Twin City Animal Shelter at 605-584-2480.


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Book Signing-Black Hills Gold Rush Towns

Posted by SACuser on Saturday, May 01, 2010 (07:00:00)

Area Authors, Jan Cerney and Roberta Sago will sign their new book, Black Hills Gold Rush Towns, in the Spearfish Arts Center Gallery on Saturday, May 8th from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. The book was written in cooperation with the Minnilusa Historical Association and boasts more than 200 vintage images and memories of days gone by. The public is invited to meet the authors and talk to them about their work.

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Spearfish East Elementary Business Fair

Posted by A-Ryan on Friday, April 30, 2010 (22:11:03)

East Elementary Spearfish Students will be putting on a business fair Friday, May 7th in the school's multi-purpose room from 1:30-4:00 pm.

There will be over 100 booths selling a variety of items...perfect for those needing Mother's Day gifts!


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Registration Opens For Historic Miles City To Deadwood Trail Ride

Posted by A-Ryan on Friday, April 30, 2010 (22:07:16)

Trail history will be revisited this summer as wagons and riders travel the historic Miles City to Deadwood Trail. This stage line connected the two Old West towns beginning in 1880, and participants will ride the original trail route, departing Miles City, Mont., on Aug. 20 and arriving in Deadwood, S.D. Labor Day weekend. Registration is now open for the event.

The sanctioned Historic Miles City to Deadwood Trail Ride is open to participants using horses, mules and wagons. It will cover some 200 miles through Montana, Wyoming and South Dakota. The Trail Ride committees goal is promote the heritage of the West, and to have the Miles City to Deadwood Trail included on the National Register of Historic Places.

In its day, the Miles City to Deadwood Trail served as a semi-weekly mail route and freight route through the wilderness. Very few people inhabited the route, but horse thieves and highwayman were somewhat common. 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 trails inception. Riders will definitely enjoy this trail and play a role in keeping history alive.

Riders can sign on to ride the entire distance, or choose days in which to participate. As the riders enter Deadwood on Saturday, Sept. 4, they will ride down the historic city's Main Street. The ride will be followed by a trails end celebration in Deadwood. The ride will be limited to 300 participants, and applications will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Overnight stops in communities along the trail will include programming and entertainment. Collected fees from riders will cover these events, as well as water for animals, portable toilets, transportation to and from evening camps, commemorative keepsakes, the trails end celebration in Deadwood and more.

Proceeds from this ride go to raise funds for the Days Of 76 Museum.

Registration forms are available by calling the Deadwood Chamber at 1-800-999-1876 or by CLICKING HERE .


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Black Hills BruiseHerz Roller Derby

Posted by A-Ryan on Thursday, April 29, 2010 (23:00:41)

The Black Hills BruiseHerz Roller Derby team will be hosting a Meet and Greet at the Loud American in Sturgis this Saturday, May 1 @ 7 p.m. Photo opps with the team, recruiting new girls as well as just getting to know our fans. There will be a raffle $5 tickets for a 19" flat screen HDTV & many other prizes from local businesses....So come out and support your only local Black Hills roller derby team!!

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Lead-Deadwood Community Fund Gala On Saturday Night

Posted by A-Ryan on Monday, April 26, 2010 (23:08:45)

On Saturday, May 1, 2010 the First Interstate Bank Lead-Deadwood Community Fund will host its inaugural fund-raising gala at Deadwood Gulch Resort from 5:00 p.m. until 9 p.m. Tickets are $30 per person and may be purchased by calling Dusty Pinske at 717-9340 or Samantha Childress at 578-1792.

Entertainment for the evening will feature the Lead-Deadwood High School Jazz Band under the direction of Mick Dragoo at 5 p.m. and music performed by Paul VanDeVelde from 6:30 until 9 p.m. Community Award Presentations recognizing the boss, educator, employee, organization and citizen of the year will begin at 6:30 p.m. The social hour and heavy hors d’oeuvres will be served at 5 p.m. The evening also will include a silent auction with all proceeds benefitting the community fund.

The First Interstate Bank Lead-Deadwood Community Fund was established in 2009 with the purpose of supporting area cultural, charitable, recreational and educational organizations, as well as individuals living within the boundaries of the Lead-Deadwood school districts, through donations, gifts and grants.

Sponsors of the gala are the Deadwood Chamber of Commerce, Lead Chamber of Commerce, Elks Lodge, Jerry and Marty Ann Apa, and Deadwood Gulch Resort. For more information, please contact Melissa Johnson at the Lead Chamber of Commerce at 605/584-1100.


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Arbor Day Founder Reenactor

Posted by A-Ryan on Saturday, April 24, 2010 (12:35:29)

In celebration of this year's Arbor Day, the Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council will be sponsoring Darrel Draper who is a educational reenactor who will be performing as J. Sterling Morton, founder of Arbor Day. Darrel is the winner of 12 national awards, including the Lewis and Clark Trail Heritage Foundation Achievement Award. For 18 years, Darrel has been using his talents as storyteller and actor to educate and entertain. He has researched, written, and currently performs four costumed, historical monologues featuring characters who played key roles in history.

Darrel will perform as as J. Sterling Morton (1832-1902), founder of Arbor Day, who came to the Nebraska Territory after he was expelled from Michigan University in 1854. Within five years, he was Clerk of the Territorial Supreme Court, influential newspaper editor, twice elected to serve in the Territorial Legislature, was appointed Secretary of the Territory, and served twice as Acting Governor of Nebraska Territory. Later he would be elected as the first Governer of Nebraska, only to have his election revoked. From his home in Nebraska City (now Arbor Lodge State Park), he promoted Nebraska agriculture and was appointed U.S. Secretary of Agriculture by Grover Cleveland. This 45 minute costumed presentation gives the audience new insight as Morton tells humorous--and sometimes tragic--stories of his life, family, and political career.

Darrel will perform at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, April 29 at the Historic Deadwood Lead Arts Council at 309 W. Main in Lead (upstairs at the Historic Homestake Opera House). The performance is free to the public and all local residents are invited, free root beer floats will also be provided. This performance is made possible through a grant from the SD Humanities Council. For more information, please call 584-1461. Darrel will also be performing at the Lead/Deadwood Elementary School and Lead/Deadwood Middle School that week as George Drouillard: Hunter, Interpreter, and Indian Sign-Talker for Lewis and Clark.


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BHSU Senior Exit Art Show

Posted by SACuser on Friday, April 23, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Spearfish Arts Center is pleased to host the Black Hills State University Senior Exit Art Show on Friday, April 30 from 4 to 8 pm, Saturday, May 1 from 10 am to 4 pm, and Sunday May 2 from 1 to 3 pm.

BHSU Seniors will exhibit their work in the Matthews Opera House. Concesssions and hors d'oeuvres will be available.

For more information please call the Spearfish Arts Center at (605) 642-7973.


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Adams Museum And House Begin Summer Hours

Posted by A-Ryan on Friday, April 23, 2010 (03:26:21)

The Adams Museum and Historic Adams House will begin summer hours on Saturday, May 1, 2010. Summer hours at both museums are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., daily.

The Adams Museum, located at 54 Sherman Street, Deadwood is featuring *Risky Business and Archives Alive* exhibitions, as well as select items from the City of Deadwood’s Wild Bill Hickok Collection. Admission to the non-profit museum is by donation.

The Historic Adams House, located at 22 Van Buren Avenue, Deadwood offers guided tours of the beautifully restored Queen-Anne style Victorian home, departing every half hour with the last tour of the day offered at 4:00 p.m. Admission to the non-profit historic house is $7 for adults, $2 for children and free to Adams members.

Membership at the Adams allows both museums to offer educational programs, create new exhibits and benefit on-going preservation needs. Every form of support – whether it is an individual membership or a donation – is deeply appreciated and allows the AM&H to continue to fulfill its mission to educate and engage our community. For information on becoming a member call April Hoover at (605) 578-1094.


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Hospice Of The Northern Hills To Host Free Volunteer Training

Posted by A-Ryan on Wednesday, April 21, 2010 (07:00:00)

Hospice of the Northern Hills is hosting a three-day hospice volunteer training course Wednesday through Friday, April 28-30. The sessions, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., will take place at Mountain Plains Health Consortium at Fort Meade, on April 28-29, and at The Lodge at Deadwood on April 30. The course is free and open to the public, with no obligation to volunteer after training. Volunteers must attend all three days and pre-registration is required for the course.

Hospice is a special kind of caring for terminally ill people. Volunteers have a very important role and are considered the "heart" of Hospice. Volunteering for hospice does not require specific medical skills or a background in working with the terminally ill.

Topics covered in the three-day course will include: Understanding the dying process, patient care, bereavement, cultural diversity, dealing with stress, spiritual care, and much more. Speakers will include nurses who will explain pain control and how to make the patient more comfortable, a social worker to address advance directives, physical therapists to demonstrate use of proper body mechanics when assisting someone who is ill, and funeral directors to discuss helping families make final arrangements. Volunteers are needed in all areas of the Northern Black Hills.

For questions or to register, adults and teenagers, 16 and older, should call Jennifer Murray, Hospice of the Northern Hills Volunteer Coordinator, at (605) 644-4242.


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South Dakota Hunter Safety Class

Posted by A-Ryan on Sunday, April 18, 2010 (07:00:00)

There will be a South Dakota Hunter Safety Class held April 25th thru 29th at Black Hills Rod And Gun Clubhouse (near the tennis courts) in Lead. The entire class is free of charge and all material and equipment will be furnished.

Registration: Sunday, April 25 5:30 pm. Classes: 6:00-9:00 pm April 25-29. Student must attend all classes for certification.

Parent or guardian must be present for registration and the first 30 minutes of class. Students should be at least 11 years, 6 months old. Anyone is welcome to attend.

South Dakota law requires young hunters less than 16 years old to be certified through this course before they can obtain a license to hunt. Some states may also require adults to be certified to obtain an out of state license.

For more information, call Will Cooper at 722-3527 or 641-6431 or Kim Fundaun at722-3974.


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Sturgis Regional Hospital Hosting Open House

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

Sturgis Regional Hospital (STRH) is hosting an open house, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and again from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., at Sturgis Regional Hospital on Saturday, April 24. Those attending the event should start at Sturgis Regional Hospital's specialty clinic near the main emergency room entrance.

At the open house people will be able to receive free vital sign readings, balance assessments, cognitive functioning screenings, giveaways, and refreshments. The open house will also include a facility tour and free information regarding the services provided at STRH and Sturgis Regional Senior Care. Some departments will have staff available to provide specific information about their services and answer questions.

"We strive to inform our community members about the hospital and all the services offered," said Van Hyde, CEO Sturgis Regional Hospital. "An open house provides a great opportunity to meet with people in our community, let them know what is available here, and answer questions. We look forward to this event."


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Tea And Tour At The Historic Adams House

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

The Historic Adams House will host Tea and Tour on April 24 and 25 at 12:00, 2:00 and 4:00 p.m. Join us as we welcome spring with a tea and tour of the Historic Adams House located at 22 Van Buren Avenue, Deadwood. The event is open to the public, $8 for members and $12 for non-members. Reservations are required; please call Black Hills Central Reservations at (800) 344-8826 or 578-7702. Parking is available in front of the Historic Adams House or in the Sherman Street parking lot next to First Interstate Bank.

Enjoy an elegant and traditional High Tea in the beautiful setting of the Historic Adams House. The tea features finger sandwiches, scones with jam, fruit tarts and assorted teas and includes a docent-led tour. Entertainment will be provided by local musicians Shirlene Joseph and Michael Ellison.


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Adams Weekend Workshop: Middle-High School Clay Workshop

Posted by A-Ryan on Thursday, April 15, 2010 (23:13:10)

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, April 24, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. join Chelsie Hart, BHSU art alumna, for a brief history of clay and its functions. 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.

Youth will learn several ways to use polymer clay. A variety of clay projects will be constructed during the workshop including beads, pen holder and pen. Light refreshments will be served.


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Women With Melody Fundraising Concert

Posted by SACuser on Sunday, April 11, 2010 (07:00:00)

On Sunday, April 18 at 2:00 pm Women With Melody will preform a fundraising concert in the Matthews Opera House. The group will preform a variety of Broadway, classical, pop, and spiritual songs.

Admission is a $3.00 donation and proceeds from this concert will benefit the Spearfish Arts Center and the Clothe a Kid project in the Northern Hills.

For more information contact the Spearfish Arts Center at (605) 642-7973.


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Mining For The History Of The Black Hills Gold Rush Towns

Posted by A-Ryan on Saturday, April 10, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Adams Museum will host local authors Jan Cerney and Roberta Sago for a book signing on Saturday, April 17, 2010 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Adams Museum. The newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s popular *Images of America* series is *Black Hills Gold Rush Towns* in cooperation with the Minnilusa Historical Association. The event is open to the public and wheelchair accessible. Please call 605-578-1714 for information. Parking for the Adams Museum, 54 Sherman Street is available on Deadwood Street, Siever Street and in the Miller Street parking lot.

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To Kill A Mockingbird

Posted by SACuser on Saturday, April 10, 2010 (07:00:00)

Saturday April 17 at 7pm Academy winning drama "To Kill a Mocking Bird" with Gregory Peck & Brock Peters will sho in the Matthews Opera House. The screen play was faithfully adapted by screenwriter Horton Foote from the 1960 novel of the same name by Harper Lee. The film takes place during tiems of racial unrest in a small Southern town. Admission is by free will donation.

Please contact the Spearfish Arts Center at (605) 642-7973.


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Relay For Life

Posted by A-Ryan on Saturday, April 10, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Leaping Lutherans Relay for Life Team is having a Treasure & Treats Sale on Saturday, April 17th at 8:00 AM at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. You can rent a table for $20 and sell your personal items.

Table rental proceeds will go to Relay for Life, and you keep all profits from the sale of your items. Forms are available at Our Savior's Lutheran Church receptionist desk. For more information, contact Annette at 642-7393.

The PREMIER Posse Relay for Life team will be having a garage sale on April 17th from 6 am -12 pm at the Senior Citizen's Center. Coffee and baked goods will also be available for donation. All proceeds will benefit Relay for Life.


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Spearfish Hunter Safety Course

Posted by A-Cody on Friday, April 09, 2010 (07:00:00)

There will be a Hunter Safety Course April 12-15 at the Snapper's Club at the Spearfish City Park Campground in Spearfish.

Pre-Registration is not required. Sign-ups are at 6 p.m. on April 12 and classes are from 6:30-9:15 p.m. all four days.

Students must attend all four classroom sessions to receive their card. There is no charge for the class, but size is limited.

All materials will be provided. If you have any questions, please call Mike Apland at 642-6057.

Another class will be offered in the fall of 2010. Students 11 years old may attend if their 12th birthday occurs on or prior to December 31, 2010.


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Archaeology Camp Registration Now Open

Posted by A-Ryan on Thursday, April 08, 2010 (19:16:00)

This summer the Adams Museum will again collaborate with the Deadwood Historic Preservation Commission to host an archaeology camp series for local youth. During the week of June 14-18, 2010, students currently enrolled in grades 7-11 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. These 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 2-6 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 21-25 or June 28-July 2, 2010. The cost is $50 per child for the week; $40 for museum members. For more information, please contact Anne Rogers, museum educator at 605-578-1928. Scholarships are available.


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Bellman Brown Bag Series

Posted by SACuser on Wednesday, April 07, 2010 (07:00:00)

To celebrate National Poetry Month, the Spearfish Arts Center is asking individuals to bring their favorite poetry to share. The event is scheduled for Wednesday, April 14 at noon in the Matthews Opera House. Individuals are invited to participate:

1. Read one of your favorite published pieces of poetry (or excerpted from a longer poem).
2. Tell why you like the piece; how it connects with you personally.

There is no charge to attend the Bellman Brown Bag Series and everyone is welcome.


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Dog Obedience Training In Spearfish

Posted by A-Ryan on Tuesday, April 06, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Twin Cities Animal Shelter is sponsoring Dog Obedience Training classes at the Spearfish Rec Center (north door by the post office). Tuesdays on April 13, 2010 for 5 weeks. Classes at 6:30 PM Beginner and 7:30 PM Advanced. There is an $85 fee, but training is free to all dogs adopted from the Twin Cities Animal Shelter, and is discounted $5 for dogs adopted from the Western Hills Humane Society.

Professional dog trainer and AKC judge Tracy Miller is the instructor. Call 605-257-2718 or 641-4134 for more information.


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Documentary-Red Gold

Posted by SACuser on Monday, April 05, 2010 (07:00:00)

The Spearfish Arts Center, Trout Unlimited and the Sportsman's Alliance for Alaska invite the public to attend a screening of the award-winning film, Red Gold, on Monday, April 12, at 6:30 pm. This beautiful and compelling documentary features salmon-rich Bristol Bay, Alaska, the people who live in the remote region, and the threats they are facing from proposed open-pit mining.

A question-and answer session with Bristol Bay commercial fishermen will follow the film.

For more information call the Spearfish Arts Center at (605) 642-7973.


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