Archives for the ‘Arts and Culture’ Category

Rock, Reggae and the Blues in the Black Hills! Rock, Reggae and the Blues in the Black Hills! By | Sep 6th, 2016 | Category: Arts and Culture Coming up next weekend you can expect the hills around Deadwood to be filled with the sounds of rock, reggae, and blues as the Deadwood Jam invites you to two incredible days of outdoor concerts. September 16th & 17th mark the 26th Annual Deadwood Jam and this year’s line-up is going to make for an […]
Rake in the Fall Fun! Rake in the Fall Fun! By | Aug 26th, 2016 | Category: Arts and Culture, Events As we inch closer to swapping out our swimsuits and beach towels for light jackets and boots, it means one thing for many travelers: fall festival season is here! Though our summers are famous for family attractions and lazy lakes days, and winter celebrations have us treasuring our favorite holiday traditions, it’s fall that offers […]
National Park Service Centennial National Park Service Centennial By | Aug 25th, 2016 | Category: Arts and Culture After much anticipation, the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service is officially here! It was on this day in 1916 that President Woodrow Wilson signed the act creating the National Park Service, a new federal bureau responsible for protecting national parks and monuments. Today, the National Park Service is comprised of more than 400 […]
Fly the Skies in the Ford Tri-Motor! Fly the Skies in the Ford Tri-Motor! By | Aug 19th, 2016 | Category: Arts and Culture There is a once in a lifetime opportunity this weekend right here in the Black Hills. The Experimental Aircraft Association is a community of passionate aviation enthusiasts that strive to provide unique flight opportunities all over the US. This weekend only at the Rapid City Regional Airport you can take a once in a lifetime […]
Bring The Past to Life at The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs Bring The Past to Life at The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs By | Aug 9th, 2016 | Category: Arts and Culture Hidden in the Southern Black Hills is a small town of 3,500 that has a secret over 26,000 years old. The Mammoth Site of Hot Springs is located on top of an ancient sinkhole that was the final resting place for many mammoths, as well as a camel, coyote, short-faced bear, and other creatures native […]
Have You Ever Wanted to Know More About The Cold War? Have You Ever Wanted to Know More About The Cold War? By | Jul 10th, 2016 | Category: Arts and Culture Despite being a scary time in US history, the operation of the Minuteman Missile silos in the prairies of South Dakota is a very important part of US history. Fully constructed and equipped in November of 1963, the Delta-09 silo was active until September 1991 when all of our nation’s 450 Minuteman II missiles were […]