Archives for the ‘Events’ Category

Fall for the Black Hills Fall for the Black Hills By | Sep 19th, 2017 | Category: Events, Outdoor Recreation Autumn is just around the corner (this Friday, to be exact) and we couldn’t be more excited! This enchanting time of year is filled with harvest festivals, spectacular foliage, and crisp temperatures—allowing for full days of outdoor activities and fall fun! The best part of autumn in the Black Hills? It’s the perfect time for […]
All Aboard! Celebrating 60 Years of the 1880 Train All Aboard! Celebrating 60 Years of the 1880 Train By | Aug 8th, 2017 | Category: Attractions, Events If a visit to Hill City, SD, is included as part of your Black Hills itinerary, there’s a good chance you’ll hear the iconic whistle of the 1880 Train. Its sound is distinct, and for those who have journeyed along for a ride, it immediately symbolizes a simpler time—complemented by unmatched scenery and historic areas […]
Food Faves: Rally-Goers’ Top Eats Food Faves: Rally-Goers’ Top Eats By | Aug 2nd, 2017 | Category: Arts and Culture, Events, Food and Dining You gotta eat. And there’s no better time or place than the 10 days of the Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ (August 4-13, 2017). I chatted with Rally-goers in our private Rally Facebook page (not the official Rally Facebook page) and asked members to dish on their favorite spots and eats. And did they ever! From mom-and-pops throughout […]
Rally Week: A Calendar of Concerts Rally Week: A Calendar of Concerts By | Jul 21st, 2017 | Category: Events 10 days, all day, every day As motorcyclists and non-riders alike come together in the beautiful Black Hills for the 77th Sturgis® Motorcycle Rally™ (August 4-13), the area comes alive with 10 incredible days of live music. From Pine Ridge in the southern hills, all the way to Sundance, Wyoming, rally goers, whether on motorcycle, […]
The Faces of Travel in the Black Hills The Faces of Travel in the Black Hills By | May 4th, 2017 | Category: Events Many of us are likely familiar with the frequently touted (and research-proven) positive effects of travel on our work performance, relationships and personal well-being. But, with all the national conversation about creating and keeping good American jobs, how much thought do we give to travel’s economic power in our lives? It certainly deserves our attention. […]
Hunting for Fun: Geocaching in the Black Hills Hunting for Fun: Geocaching in the Black Hills By | Apr 11th, 2017 | Category: Events, Outdoor Recreation Living in the heart of the Black Hills with my husband and two children, ages 3 and 6, we are always looking for free, fun things to do together as a family. We first heard of geocaching from our neighbors who regularly take their kids out to enjoy the activity. After seeing a few pictures […]
Shamrockin’ in Deadwood Shamrockin’ in Deadwood By | Mar 12th, 2017 | Category: Events This year, St. Patrick’s Day lands on a Friday—this coming Friday in fact—and soon we’ll all be wearing green, chowing down on corned beef and cabbage, and washing it down with green beer, of course. Though we may be thousands of miles from the Irish homeland, nearly 10% of Americans identify with an Irish ancestry…but […]
Finding << Winter Fun in >> Nemo! Finding << Winter Fun in >> Nemo! By | Mar 7th, 2017 | Category: Events Come March in South Dakota, folks have usually had just about enough “cabin fever” and are ready to get outside, do something crazy, and most of all, have some fun with friends! Coming up this weekend, the annual “Winter Games” in Nemo, SD, is the perfect place for all of that and more. This Saturday, […]
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