The Day’s of 76′ is celebrating 100 years of existence this time around. There’s all kinds of fun you can get up to. Things like rodeos, with events ranging from barrel racing to steer roping and everything in between.
Miner Brewing out of Hill City was recently recognized on the national stage for its great brews and amazing views. They say they have plans to keep on trudging, full steam ahead, and even have some upcoming events worth checking out.
The Southern Hills are the place to be if you’re looking for fun and excitement for the whole family. Over the weekend, experience a blast from the past and celebrate the discovery of gold during the Custer expedition.
It’s more than just a music genre; it’s a lifestyle, an aesthetic, and something that brings people together. That's precisely the goal of the Rapid City Punk Rock Family Reunion taking place this weekend.
The Black Hills Works Foundation is an organization that continues to help the Black Hills community in all kinds of different ways, and at the root of a lot of it is getting from point A to B. Carrie Moser, who’s with Black Hills Works, says that’s something this grant will take to the next level.
Summer has been underway for some time now, and it’s a time to get out and enjoy the sunshine. Especially for kids who are out from school. The YMCA is a place to do just that, and Keiz Larson, CEO of the Rapid City YMCA, says they’re short a few hands.
Combining educational outreach and music, the Chamber Music Festival of the Black Hills is a nationally recognized organization and recipient of the National Endowment of the Arts Award. Starting next week, you can see what it’s all about.