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605 Black Hills Classic Beer & Music Festival September 10 Lions Park • Spearfish • Noon

Th i n g s to do in September Due to the possibility of cancellations, please check event websites & social media posts before attending.

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Tickets get you an unlimited beer tasting of all-South Dakota craft breweries. Hear local music by headliner Tie Dye Volcano and chill vibes early on by The Lucas Olson Trio. Buy your tickets online, or grab them at the door. MORE INFO: 605BLACKHILLSCLASSIC.COM.

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South Dakota Festival of Books September 23-25

South Dakota State Fair

Various locations • Brookings Times vary Attend workshops, author presentations, book signings, panel discussions, and more. Writers and readers alike can get together to share their love of literature. MORE INFO: SDHUMANITIES.ORG.

September 1-5 State Fairgrounds • Huron Times vary Don’t miss the South Dakota State Fair to close out the summer. Try your luck at carnival games, snack on classic fair food, and browse vendors and agriculture exhibits. Attend grandstand events like Stone Temple Pilots, Josh Turner and Elle King, and The Band Perry. Families can’t skip The Backyard to add to the large mural and find the dragon. MORE INFO: SDSTATEFAIR.COM.

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The Great Downtown Pumpkin Festival September 24 Main Street Square • Rapid City • 10 a.m. Head to downtown Rapid City for the annual The Great Downtown Pumpkin Festival. See pumpkins catapulted, painted, and more. With over 60 vendors, there’s plenty of fall activities to keep festival goers of all ages engaged. MORE INFO: MAINSTREETSQUARE.ORG.

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Northern Plains Indian Art Market & Best of Show Preview September 23-25 Various Locations • Sioux Falls • Times vary Explore paintings, pottery, beadwork, jewelry, and more from Native American artists across the Northern Plains of the United States and Canada. See works from South Dakota artists like Jennifer White, Wade Patton, Keith Braveheart, and Dwayne Wilcox. MORE INFO: NPIAM.ORG.

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Buffalo Roundup and Arts Festival September 29-October 1 Custer State Park • Custer • Times vary Grab folding chairs and binoculars and arrive early to get the best seats for the Buffalo Roundup and Arts Festival. Watch cowfolk herd over 1,000 buffalo as they kick up dust and run. Also check out up to 150 vendors with arts and crafts for sale. MORE INFO: GFP.SD.GOV.


EVENTS

S E P TE M B E R 202 2 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

+GET INVOLVED

+SPORTS

ABERDEEN

BROOKINGS

CHAMBERLAIN

16-18

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7

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+SOUTH DAKOTA FILM FESTIVAL

Capitol Theatre, Aberdeen. Times vary. More info: southdakotafilmfest.org.

17-18 ___________________________

+IL DIVO: GREATEST

HITS TOUR

Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center, Brookings. 7:30 p.m. More info: woodbineproductions.com.

8 ___________________________

+CELTIC FAIRE &

+YELLOW AND BLUE

Richmond Lake, Aberdeen. Times vary. More info: nesdcelticfaire.com.

South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings. 5 p.m. More info: sdstate.edu.

HIGHLAND GAMES

24

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+HARVEST STROLL Dacotah Prairie Museum, Aberdeen. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

29

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+PHEASANT

PHESTIVAL PUP CRAWL

Malchow Plaza, Aberdeen. 4 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

BOX ELDER

10

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YFS Fullerton Farm, Box Elder. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

BRANDON

3-4

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+BULL HAULERS

BRAWL

Huset’s Speedway, Brandon. 8 p.m. More info: husetsspeedway.com.

St. Joseph’s Indian School, Chamberlain. Times vary. More info: stjo.org.

CUSTER

+CODY JOHNSON FT. RANDY HOUSER

Swiftel Center, Brookings. 7:30 p.m. More info: swiftelcenter.com.

11, 18, 25

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+PARTY ON THE PORCH

McCrory Gardens, Brookings. Noon. More info: sdstate.edu.

23-25

+20TH ANNUAL

SOUTH DAKOTA FESTIVAL OF BOOKS

Various Locations, Brookings. Times vary. More info: sdhumanities.org.

Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. 8 p.m. More info: deadwoodmountaingrand.com.

9-10

Downtown, Custer. Times vary. More info: dakotastudebaker.com.

3-4 ___________________________

+FAIR IN THE

SQUARE

Outlaw Square, Deadwood. 3 p.m. More info: outlawsquare.com.

10

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+DEADWOOD

ALL-IN FREESTYLE MOTOCROSS Days of ‘76 Event Center, Deadwood. 6 p.m. More info: deadwoodallin.com.

16-17 ___________________________

+VOLKSMARCH

Outlaw Ranch, Custer. 8:30 a.m. More info: custersd.com.

17 ___________________________

+DEADWOOD JAM

Outlaw Square, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwoodjam.com.

23-24

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+OUT OF THE

DARKNESS BLACK HILLS WALK

Custer State Park, Custer. 10 a.m. More info: afsp.org.

+HOPS & HOGS

Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwood.com.

24

29-30

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+BUFFALO ROUNDUP & ARTS FESTIVAL

+ORTHOPEAK RUN

Terry Peak Ski Area, Deadwood. 8:45 p.m. More info: monument. health.

Custer State Park, Custer. Times vary. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

DEADWOOD

1 ___________________________

30 ___________________________

10-11

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+HARVEST FESTIVAL Delmont. Times vary. More info: twinriversoldiron.org..

FLANDREAU

9-10

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+FLANDREAU SANTEE SIOUX TRIBE INFR TOUR RODEO Across from Royal River Casino, Flandreau. Times vary. More info: royalrivercasino.com.

HILL CITY

3

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+RUBBER DUCK RACE

Memorial Park, Hill City. 11 a.m. More info: visithillcitysd.com.

4

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+1880 TRAIN SHOOTOUT

1880 Train, Hill City. 5 p.m. More info: 1880train.com.

10

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+WINE EXPRESS

1880 Train, Hill City. 5 p.m. More info: 1880train.com.

10-11

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+OKTOBERFEST

Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwood.com.

+AARON WATSON Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. 8 p.m. More info: deadwoodmountaingrand.com.

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DELMONT

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2-4

SHOW

McCrory Gardens, Brookings. 10 a.m. More info: sdstate.edu.

+MIDLAND

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+STUDEBAKER CAR 10 ___________________________

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+HARVEST FESTIVAL

POWWOW AND AMERICAN INDIAN DAY

BLOCK PARTY

+INSECT FESTIVAL

4

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15-17

+46TH ANNUAL

+MUSIC

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+POLKAPALOOZA

Palmer Gulch, Hill City. Times vary. More info: palmergulch.com.


22-24

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+BLACK HILLS PLEIN

AIR PAINT OUT

ArtForms Gallery, Hill City. Times vary. More info: hillcityarts.org.

24

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+BLACK HILLS RAILS

TO ALES

Mickelson Trail, Hill City. Times vary. More info: visithillcity.com.

HOT SPRINGS

3-5 ___________________________

4

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+THE BAND PERRY WITH SPECIAL GUESTS LAINEY WILSON AND PRISCILLA BLOCK

State Fairgrounds, Huron. 7 p.m. More info: sdstatefair.com.

3

TRIATHLON

Angostura Recreation Area, Hot Springs. 7:30 p.m. More info: southernhillstri.com.

HURON

1-5 ___________________________ +SOUTH DAKOTA STATE FAIR

State Fairgrounds, Huron. Times vary. More info: sdstatefair.com.

2

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+ATV BIG AIR TOUR

State Fairgrounds, Huron. 1 p.m. More info: sdstatefair.com.

LEAD

4

+GOLD TOURNAMENT Lead Country Club, Lead. 7 a.m. More info: leadmethere.org.

10 ___________________________ +SCARED

SCRIPTLESS IMPROV SHOW

Homestake Opera House, Lead. 7 p.m. More info: homestakeoperahouse. org.

MITCHELL

5

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+STONE TEMPLE

PILOTS WITH OPENER EVERCLEAR

State Fairgrounds, Huron. 7 p.m. More info: sdstatefair.com.

3

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+COPPER STREET BRASS

Performing Arts Center, Mitchell. 7:30 p.m. More info: mitchellconcerts. net.

23-24

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+SOUTHERN HILLS

20

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+SOUTH DAKOTA PEDAL PULL

Corn Palace, Mitchell. 11 a.m. More info: southdakotapedalpulls.webs.com.

16

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+HOLIDAY ARTS FALL CRAFT SHOW

Masonic Hall, Mitchell. Times vary. More info: mithellmainstreet.com.

24

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+NATIONAL PEDAL PULL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Corn Palace, Mitchell. Times vary. More info: nationalpedalpullers.webs. com.

PIERRE/FORT PIERRE

1

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+FIRST THURSDAY EVENT SERIES

Fischers Lilly Park, Fort Pierre. 5:30 p.m. More info: visitfortpierre.com.

10

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+WALK OF HOPE

Hyde Stadium, Pierre. 9 a.m. More info: pierre.org.

+STAR-STRUCK

MOONLIGHT PADDLE

+JOSH TURNER AND

+2022 YEAR END

State Fairgrounds, Huron. 7 p.m. More info: sdstatefair.com.

Corn Palace, Mitchell. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

ELLE KING

La Framboise Causeway, Pierre. 8 p.m. More info: sd-discovery.org.

FINALS BULL RIDING

+STARRY SATURDAY

SD Discovery Center, Pierre. 11 p.m. More info: sd-discovery.org.


EVENTS

S E P TE M B E R 202 2 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

11

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+STIRLING RANCH RODEO

Stanley County Fairgrounds, Fort Pierre. 8 p.m. More info: visitfortpierre.com.

18 ___________________________ +HORSE NATION INDIAN RELAYS

Stanley County Fairgrounds, Fort Pierre. 8 a.m. More info: visitfortpierre.com.

24 ___________________________ +ANNUAL

FIREMAN’S BALL

Fire Department, Fort Pierre. 9 p.m. More info: fortpierre.com.

29

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+FALL

GOLFAPALOOZA

Dunes Golf Course, Fort Pierre. 9 a.m. More info: pierre.org.

RAPID CITY

1 ___________________________

3

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+NATIVE POP FEST

Main Street Square, Rapid City. 2 p.m. More info: nativepop.org.

8-10

FINALE: FLANNEL

Downtown, Rapid City. 6 p.m. More info: rapidcitysummernights. com.

2 ___________________________ +ART WALK

Downtown, Rapid City. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+JASMINE CAIN

Iron Phnx, Rapid City. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+SPORTS

17-18

+RAPID CITY RIFLE CLUB GUN SHOW

The Monument, Rapid City. 9 a.m. More info: themonument.live.

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+LEVITT AT THE FALLS

Levitt Shell, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: levittsiouxfalls.org.

23-25, 30

8

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+INDIAN EDUCATION SUMMIT Ramota Convention Center, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: sdtribalrelations.sd.gov.

+PETER AND THE

WOLF

Performing Arts Center, Rapid City. 7:30 p.m. More info: performingartsrc.org.

9 ___________________________ +CODY JOHNSON

The Monument, Rapid City. 7:30 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

9-11 ___________________________ +STRATOBOWL

HISTORIC HOT AIR BALLOON LAUNCH

Stratobowl, Rapid City. Sunrise. More info: facebook.com.

10

+KOUNTRY JUNKIN’ FALL MARKET

Central States Fairgrounds, Rapid City. 11 a.m. More info: facebook. com.

+PHEASANTS

FOREVER BANQUET

The Monument, Rapid City. 4 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

14

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+THE KINGSTON

+AVERAGE FAMILY

Performing Arts Center, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: bhct. org.

24

+MUSIC

1-3, 8-10

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+SUMMER NIGHTS

+GET INVOLVED

___________________________

DOWNTOWN PUMPKIN FESTIVAL

Main Street Square, Rapid City. 10 a.m. More info: mainstreetsquare. org.

+THERESA CAPUTO— LONG ISLAND MEDIUM

The Monument, Rapid City. 7:30 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

+BACKSTREET BOYS Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: dennysanfordpremiercenter.com.

12

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+THE KINGSTON

+WILCO CRUEL

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

TRIO

9

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+THE GREAT

11

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+RODNEY CARRINGTON: LET ME IN! Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

+I LOVE THE ‘90S

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: dennysanfordpremiercenter.com.

9-11, 15-18

30

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COUNTRY TOUR

15-16

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+HAIRSPRAY

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

16-17

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+ONE NIGHT STANDARDS

My Vintage Events, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: eventbrite.com.

17

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+LADIES NIGHT MARKETPLACE POP UP

The Monument, Rapid City. 10 a.m. More info: themonument.live.

+MYSTERY

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxfallsorpheum.com.

10

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+BLUE MAN GROUP

The Monument, Rapid City. 7:30 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

SIOUX FALLS

1-30

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+DOWNTOWN PORK SHOWDOWN

Leif Ericson Day Camp, Sioux Falls. 8 a.m. More info: runsiouxfalls.org.

GERMANFEST

+FIRST FRUITS HARVEST FESTIVAL

+SIDEWALK ARTS

+JAMES1STGEN

+SIOUX FALLS Fawick Park, Sioux Falls. 1 p.m. More info: siouxfallssistercities.com.

FESTIVAL

Downtown, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

Downtown, Sioux Falls. All day. More info: dtsf.com.

TRIO

Performing Arts Center, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: performingartsrc.org.

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+LEIF ERICSON TRAIL RACE

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Union Gospel Mission, Sioux Falls. 2 p.m. More info: headlightstheater. com.

TBA, Sioux Falls. 9 p.m. More info: headlightstheater.com.


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+WINGS & WAVES GALA

Hilton Garden Inn, Sioux Falls. 5:30 p.m. More info: butterflyhouseaquarium.org.

23

28

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+EMBE NIGHT OF

COURAGE

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion. org.

29

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7

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Downtown Bucket List Downtown Pork Showdown

Sept

+DEAD HORSES WITH ADDA BOYD

1-30

The Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. 7:30 p.m. More info: visitspearfish.com.

9

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+NPIAM BEST OF SHOW ART PREVIEW & RECEPTION Old Courthouse Museum, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: npiam.org.

+DRAKE WHITE

The District, Sioux Falls. 9 a.m. More info: thedistrictsf.com.

+VIPEEK PARTY

Children’s Inn, Sioux Falls. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+LIGHT THE NIGHT

Falls Park, Sioux Falls. 6:30 p.m. More info: lightthenight.org.

29-30

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+THERESA CAPUTO— LONG ISLAND MEDIUM

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

24

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+HEALTH CONNECT FAIR

Sioux Falls Arena, Sioux Falls. 11 a.m. More info: healthconnectsd.org.

+SHINE A LIGHT NF WALK

Sertoma Park, Sioux Falls. Time TBD. More info: ctf.org.

+GRETA VAN FLEET

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: dennysanfordpremiercenter.com.

24-25 ___________________________ +NORTHERN PLAINS

INDIAN ART MARKET

Hilton Garden Inn, Sioux Falls. 10 a.m. More info: npiam.org.

+YOUNG

FRANKENSTEIN

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: siouxfallsorpheum. com.

30

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+SIOUXPERCON RETROMANIA

Sioux Falls Convention Center, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxpercon.com.

SPEARFISH

4

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+DAKOTA FIVE-O

City Park, Spearfish. 7 a.m. More info: dakotafiveo.com.

6, 13, 20, 27

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+AUTHOR TALKS

The Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. 12:30 p.m. More info: matthewsopera.com.

+SUMMER ART SERIES

The Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. 7:30 p.m. More info: matthewsopera.com.

Art & Wine Walk

Oct 7

10

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+4TH ANNUAL BLACK HILLS CLASSIC BEER & MUSIC FESTIVAL

Lions Park, Spearfish. Noon. More info: 605blackhillsclassic.com.

10, 17-18

Parade of Lights

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Nov 25

+THEATER ON THE RUN

Start at The Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. Times vary. More info: matthewsopera.com.

11

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+BLACK HILLS BEER RUN

D.C. Booth Historic National Fish Hatchery & Archives, Spearfish. 11 a.m. More info: dcboothfishhatchery. org.

Small Business Saturday

Nov 26

STURGIS

1-4

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+STURGIS MUSTANG RALLY

Main Street, Sturgis. Times vary. More info: sturgismustangrally.com.

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Various Locations, Sturgis. Times vary. More info: officialsturgisevents. com.

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Redlin Art Center, Vermillion. 5 p.m. More info: livevermillion.com.

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WATERTOWN

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Olde Towne Dinner Theatre, Worthing. Times vary. More info: oldetownethreatre.org.

The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 7 p.m. More info: thegossoperahouse.com.

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Studio 212, Watertown. 7 p.m. More info: visitwatertownsd.com.

Ben’s Brew Station, Yankton. 11 a.m. More info: yanktonsd.com.

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Lamont Hunt has been interested in illustration and animation since he was a kid. After spending his college years at the University of Nebraska and the Art Institutes International Minnesota, he

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Directly from his website, Hunt sells his illustrations in various mediums like prints, pins, apparel, spirit wear, trading cards, books, and more.

“A lot of this art is based on my series called At the Playground,” said Hunt. “It’s showing imagination in what kids think they look like at the playground. It’s not actually a mini Captain America or whoever. They are actually kids showing what they look like in their imagination.” In this series, there are characters from Disney, Marvel, Harry Potter, 1980s cartoons, Star Wars, Broadway musicals, and more.

“What I get a lot of now is commission stuff of characters, or I’ve had people ask me to draw their family.” He says he enjoys drawing people in his unique art style and working with clients on making their different ideas come to life.

Much of his inspiration comes from Disney films like Peter Pan and The Little Mermaid and “Saturday morning cartoons” from the 1980s.

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When he first started working with Overseas Radio in Taiwan, the show he was working on aired as an aid for learning English.

“The first four shots that I was assigned were the first four scenes in the film,” said Hunt about the last time he saw the sequences.

“My animation and artwork was seen all over the world. The first time I saw my animation on the show was in the Netherlands,” he said.

To his dismay when he first saw it in theaters, he says those scenes had been cut due to story timing. Luckily, his first assignments did appear in the outtakes on the DVD of the film.

Hunt has worked on smaller projects like children's books and client commissions, as well as films like The Nut Job 2: Nutty By Nature. He says this film was his first time animating animals on four legs.

“It’s rare it happens that late in the production,” explained Hunt. “I was worried I wouldn’t have anything in the film. The rest of it did play and my name was in the credits.” Sid the Science Kid on PBS is another one of his biggest projects.

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FAC T FRAMED IN HIS OFFICE, HUNT HAS SOME OF HIS AT THE PLAYGROUND SERIES SIGNED BY THE VOICE ACTORS OR LIVE ACTION ACTORS WHO PLAYED THE CHARACTER.

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In South Dakota, he’s worked with the Brandon Valley School District and South Dakota State University (SDSU). The Brandon Valley School District asked Hunt to redesign their lynx mascots. “Most people don’t know there’s two of them. Then I found out from some people that there’s actually Leo and Leah. It was so they could have a female mascot for the girls team,” said Hunt. SDSU goes through Hunt for their new mascot revamp. Now Hunt redesigns the Jackrabbit for different events and apparel.

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Visit Watertown written by Dawn Geertsema & photos by Alana Snyder After over 20 years with the same logo and branding, Visit Watertown decided it was time to try something new. “After many years of the same look, the Watertown Convention & Visitors Bureau decided it was time to use appropriate messaging to promote our organization and Watertown as a destination,” said Anjelica Uthe, the executive director. The former branding clung tightly to the slogan of “South Dakota’s Rising Star.” Moving away from that, the new logo depicts a sun rising or setting over water in a simplistic art style.

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BRAND REFRESH “The primary goals of the rebrand were to define our brand and logo and to embrace and define the city of Watertown to inspire visitors with what our community has to offer such as art, culture, food, drink, and the outdoors,” said Uthe. Uthe says that working with Simpleview, a company dedicated to assisting destination marketing companies, Visit Watertown developed a logo and branding that would last the test of time. “We felt that we needed a more distinguished logo for Watertown to

reflect our goals and objectives of the organization,” said Uthe. “We felt it was time.” The website also received a refresh through Sioux Falls agency Lawrence & Schiller to better complement the new branding. The organization aims to highlight what makes Watertown a destination. “Visit Watertown markets, promotes, and attracts visitors to Watertown. We promote people traveling for leisure, business, and sporting events,” said Uthe.

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DESTINATION: WATERTOWN Around town, Uthe says there are plenty of businesses, restaurants, and attractions for people to experience. “Anyone can enjoy them,” she said. “They’re accessible to anybody.” These are some of Uthe’s restaurant recommendations: Watertown Brewing Company, Dagwood’s Subs and More, Oh Baby O’s, and Dempsey’s Brewery Restaurant & Pub. “Right downtown if you’re looking to grab a cup of coffee, Gather is down here,” said Uthe. Another spot for a dose of caffeine is Backroads Coffeehouse & Lunchboxx. In fall of 2020, The Goss Opera House was reopened to the community after plenty of time spent on renovations. The venue serves as a place for weddings and events and hosts different types of entertainment, like concerts and comedy shows.

“Come spend a weekend in Watertown to check out the shops, the art, and all the great local food.”

“They’ve been hosting a wide variety of entertainment downtown,” said Uthe. “They’ve brought a lot to downtown.”

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“You can find us on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and TikTok.” ANJELICA UTHE

Other attractions include Bramble Park Zoo, Derby Downs, Joy Ranch, and more. Throughout the year, Uthe says the town hosts many events.

“Some of the houses I’ve heard are going to be Airbnbs and eventually there will be a restaurant to make the lake more accessible to those that don’t live on it,” said Uthe.

“The Vintiques Show & Shine is the second weekend in September,” said Uthe. “It attracts a big group of cars and has been going on for years.”

During the warmer months of the year, Uthe says Lake Kampeska is a great place for visitors to experience life on the water and to participate in watersports like kneeboarding and water skiing.

In the future, Uthe hopes to see continued growth and development for Watertown, whether that’s apartments, businesses downtown, or more accessibility on Lake Kampeska.

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When Katie Herrmann and Kayla Mathieu started Cirka Performance Arts in 2021, they hoped to bring exciting and unique entertainment to events, festivals, and more. “It’s really a memorable experience, and it’s something where it’s giving that Vegas shock factor to your events or giving something that people are truly going to remember,” said Herrmann.

The pair first became interested in aerial arts about five years ago. Herrmann had been a gymnast all her life, and Mathieu had no experience. They say they each attended classes and eventually felt confident enough to begin performing. Aerial arts involve working with long, hanging silks, climbing high, and maneuvering into complex twists and poses that Mathieu says often make viewers gasp in anticipation. They do this all while ensuring their safety.

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Another piece of aerial equipment is the lyra hoop, which is either suspended from an above rig or is freestanding on top of a pole (lollipop lyra).

Since Cirka began, they have been part of many events including corporate events, festivals, parties, or one-off restaurant and business performances.

“We started doing performances with our gym, but performing wasn’t really where they wanted to go with their program,” said Herrmann. “We decided we wanted to get out into the community a little more. That’s how we came up with Cirka and started doing performances.”

“We have three core aerial performers, a juggler, and a hoop/fire performer,” said Herrmann.

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PERFORM & PLAY EVENTS For a smaller event like birthdays, gender reveals, and more, book a Perform and Play Party. Once they are set up, the performers will go through a short routine, and then offer the chance for the event guests to learn some tricks on the equipment.

“We can go indoors or outdoors. Outdoors we have our own rigs that we can put up and take down. It takes about 15 minutes. From our rig, we’ve got aerial silks and our lyra,” said Mathieu. Herrmann added, “That goes up to 20 feet, and we’re insured up to 30. When there are places like The District and the Sioux Falls Convention Center [with support rafters], we can go up higher.” Some of the booking options include Ambient Event Performance, Single Performance Acts, Circus Variety Shows, and Perform and Play Parties. “We’re focusing on performances now, but this is accessible to anyone. I think that people look at this as, ‘Wow, this is amazing.’ We also want to show that you can be the one doing this amazing thing. Both of us started this as adults,” said Herrmann.

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As Cirka grows, they are planning to offer an aerial arts learning experience online through video courses in the near future. At one of their recent performances, Herrmann and Mathieu were happy to offer me and a few others a chance at feeling the confidence of aerial arts. First, they showed how to get safely into the lyra hoop before walking through different poses like Man on the Moon, Lady on the Moon, and more. Then they climbed up to switch the lyra for aerial silks before teaching some basic moves to make me more comfortable. After I failed to go upside down the first way, they tied a knot into the silks and showed a simpler way. The last move was an Angel Drop, and it gave a burst of adrenaline and terrified me at the same time. After pulling myself up into a modified seat on the silks, I had to lean forward, and trust my weight and the silks. The Angel Drop is a basic spin that looks similar to a front flip, taking the performer 360° and back to the ground to land on their feet. Though I didn’t think my mild fear of heights would let me, I completed the drop.

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“We think it’s a great workout experience for people of all ages. It’s low impact even though you’re in the air and doing scary things. It can help you become so much more confident and overcome a lot of fears,” said Herrmann.

“This is something that we are bringing to the community that you would have to travel to see. Now you don’t have to travel. You can see us around town.”

It was an experience unlike anything I’ve ever done before, and my sore body in the following days reminded me that it was definitely a full-body workout. “What’s gotten us this far is passion for it and the love of the sport, knowing that this is something that we want to continue sharing with people. To grow that in our community is fantastic,” said Herrmann.

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‘Brosia ‘Bros ia Bowl WRITTEN BY DAWN GEERTSEMA & PHOTOS BY ALANA SNYDER AND GRETA SMITH Darcy Green opened ‘Brosia Bowl in Sioux Falls, hoping to fill a culinary gap in the area. Green says she was disappointed in the lack of restaurants that catered to her dietary needs. “I wanted to open a place where the vegetarians, vegans, and people with food allergies of the world could go to feel comfortable ordering,” said Green. “It’s nice to have a place where it's more about the plants, and you can get something fresh without having to worry about all of those things.” Located in the downtown Jones421 building, ‘Brosia Bowl sells entirely plant-based meal options in 100% compostable packaging— including the forks. The menu includes salads, breakfast, and grain bowls. Many options are gluten free. When the storefront opened on August 12, she was sure that her salads would be the most popular, but she says that the rice-based options have been crowd favorites.

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YOUR DOWNTOWN DESTINATION The perfect mix of indoor and outdoor experiences. Spend time on the beautiful river greenway overlooking the upper falls. The trails will connect you with nature and Kiwanis Park offers space to enjoy food trucks, a game lawn, picnic shelter and many photo opportunities. Move indoors to enjoy a curated mix of restaurants that satisfy your taste without the wait. Indulge at our riverfront two-story seafood restaurant or enjoy custom Italian, tacos, burgers and coffee with room to welcome 500 guests. Our development has a unique mix of retailers allowing you to shop for anything from food and services to apparel and accessories.

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Play We offer big city amenities with a community feel at The Steel District. Enjoy shopping for everything from apparel and accessories to food and services. You’ll never leave hungry or experience the hassle of long wait times at our restaurants with seating for 500 guests. On top of that, we have great outdoor spaces with the river greenway and Kiwanis Park on-site. You’ll have quick access to The Levitt and Jacobson Plaza.


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“Our Thai Peanut Bowl seems to be our number one seller,” said Green. “That’s seasoned rice, black beans, and our homemade signature Thai peanut sauce.” On top of the plant-based grain and protein base, the dish is sprinkled with fresh ingredients. “Then it’s topped with spinach, cabbage, cucumbers, carrots, cilantro, ginger, and onions,” said Green. One of the largest longest-standing menu items is the Winter Salad. “I created that in the winter of 2019 or 2020. People went nuts over it, so I just kept it on the menu,” said Green. “That’s got roasted chickpeas, apples, pears, quinoa, cranberries, walnuts, onions, vegan feta, and a white wine vinaigrette.” Menu items vary with options from Mediterranean-inspired dishes to Greekand Mexican-inspired options. On Saturday mornings, the ‘Brosia Bowl food truck still makes an appearance at the Falls Park Farmers’ Market.

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WHEN GREEN WAS DECIDING WHAT TO NAME HER NEW BUSINESS, SHE WANTED TO CALL IT BUILD-A-BOWL. A TRADEMARK LAWYER RECOMMENDED SHE MAKE UP A WORD. GREEN STUMBLED UPON THE WORD “AMBROSIA,” WHICH IS GREEK FOR “THE FOOD OF THE GODS.” SHE MODIFIED IT TO CREATE THE ALLITERATIVE TITLE OF ‘BROSIA BOWL.

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Greens, buffalo-tossed chickpeas, green peppers, celery, cherry tomatoes, onions, cabbage, vegan cheddar, and ranch.

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“On the food truck on Saturdays, we feature our breakfast menu Breakfast Bowl, which is a roasted red potatoes, tofu scramble, vegan cheese, homemade pico, and you can choose a sauce,” said Green.

“I STARTED ‘BROSIA BOWL BECAUSE I WAS TIRED OF NOT HAVING ANYWHERE TO EAT. I WANTED TO DO MEAL PREP. IT EVOLVED INTO SELLING PLANT-BASED MEALS IN COMPOSTABLE PACKAGING.”

The bowl is gluten free, but there’s also the option to get it as a Breakfast Burrito in a plain tortilla or a jalapeño cheese tortilla.

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These breakfast items are available at the storefront throughout all hours of operation. In the future, Green says she hopes to expand the restaurant’s hours and add some more variety to the menu, such as making salads available as wraps. “I hope to have soup in the fall,” said Green. “We’re going to offer paninis or pressed sandwiches down the road.”

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Outdoor Living Showcase Projects The Showcase of Remodeled Homes features a residential home that has recently undergone remodeling. The purpose of the event is for Remodelers of the Sioux Empire to present their work, allow the public to get ideas for their next home-remodeling project and visit with professionals firsthand.

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“GETTING THIS LOCATION WAS VERY SERENDIPITOUS BECAUSE I WAS ABOUT TO SIGN A LEASE AT ANOTHER LOCATION IN SIOUX FALLS, AND IT JUST NEVER FELT RIGHT.”

Darcy Green With these options, she hopes to offer combos combining a choice of two items from the soups, salads, wraps, and sandwiches. Green says she hopes to have this option in place within a month or so. Green says the business didn’t start with the end goal of a restaurant; it began with a desire to meal prep. But after operating out of the Good Roots Farm & Gardens kitchen and selling her meals at Pomegranate Market in Sioux Falls, Brookings Farmers’ Market, and other locations, her dream changed. “The goal had evolved from wanting to meal prep to wanting to create a vegan fast food chain. It went from farmers’ markets and stocking shelves to a food truck,” said Green. “This year I signed up for the farmers’ market in Sioux Falls with the anticipation of a storefront opening at some point. It all fell into place faster than I thought it would.”

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605 stops by SoDak Stays WRIT TEN BY DAWN G EERTS EMA & PHOTOS BY CAILYN PAT TERSON When Albert and Kayla Huizing first listed the basement of their Sioux Falls home on Airbnb, they fell in love with the hospitality of running it. “I’ve always loved inviting people in,” said Kayla. “When I have friends over, I almost love getting ready to have friends over as much as having them over.” SoDak Stays started in 2021 by managing fun local Airbnbs for the owners who either lived far away or wanted to delegate the day-to-day details to someone else. Most of these properties are in Sioux Falls. “When we just started, we advertised our places on Airbnb, but we wanted our own website where people can book directly with us,” said Kayla. While Kayla says she loves managing other people’s properties, she wanted to have one of her own. Earlier this year, the Huizings purchased a home in Sioux Falls to run a short-term rental. Now they run around 15 properties, but that number is changing and growing. Kayla showed the 605 team around two of her properties including The Ziggy, which she owns.

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Located less than five minutes from downtown, The Ziggy sleeps eight with four bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. The mid-century modern space has an eclectic mix of décor from thrifting finds, to new buys, and pieces Kayla says she designed herself. The velvety, blue sofa in the living room she found on Facebook Marketplace. In the main floor bedroom, the oversized curtains are courtesy of Kayla’s sister. She also replaced all of the outdated light fixtures with more fun pieces. “We need to theme each property or name it, so each one is its own unicorn and has its own personality and story,” said Kayla.

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She adds that the design of The Ziggy was inspired by her and her husband’s babymoon trip to Phoenix, AZ. There, they stayed at a boutique hotel called Rise Uptown Hotel. The staff there personalized their experience with non-alcoholic beverages for the occasion, and Kayla says she was captivated by the designs. “It was the coolest,” explained Kayla. “They had fun wallpaper. Instead of a regular check-in desk, it was a popsicle stand. They had a record player in the room. I just want to make quirky things [like that] that people remember.” Throughout The Ziggy, Kayla wanted to feature bright wallpaper to enhance each stay with color just like at the hotel.

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When SoDak Stays joined the Sioux Falls Chamber of Commerce, the ribbon cutting ceremony took place at The Tree House property.

“When people travel, they want to experience something they don’t get to experience at home,” said Kayla.

This property sleeps 12 across four bedrooms and one and a half bathrooms. Kayla says this is ideal for families with children with the playset in the backyard, hammocks, a doodle room for drawing on walls, and a bunking room for sleepovers.

One of the features of this home is the two-story solarium that allows guests to enjoy natural light throughout the day and fall asleep beneath the night sky. This room also features a kids’ play area and hang out space with a projector. There’s even a hammock to relax in.

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"[ T h e T r e e House] is one of the first houses to be b u i lt i n t h i s neighborhood. It used to be a f a r m h o u s e ." K AYL A H U IZING The master bedroom is lovingly called the “Rainbow Room” due to a handful of bright, colorful murals on the walls. Out in the backyard alongside the playset is a firepit and a six-person hot tub. Above this house is a mother-in-law suite which can be rented out separately. The space has a double bed, kitchenette, bathroom, and a hammock swing. “I wanted people who have stayed at one of our properties to desire staying at another one and have a whole new experience,” said Kayla.

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Written by Dawn Geertsema & photos by John Snyder For Reaves Buildings, the daily mission is to build and maintain quality relationships and structures. “Lloyd Reaves, the original owner, had a vision one day about one of the strongest buildings out there and it grew from there,” said regional sales manager Cory Gronewold.

Over the last half century, the company has been designing and constructing buildings for commercial use, storage, farming, hobbies, and more. A few years ago, when Gronewold came onto the team, he says he realized there was another rising market Reaves was missing out on: barndominiums. These wood-frame structures are known for their ability to be homes and workshops all in one building.

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"We have three manufacturing plants in northern Sioux Falls. Everything is manufactured in our plants. All of our design is done in house.”

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“We didn’t think it would take off because nobody could finance them,” explained Gronewold. “I got into banking and found the banks to do it. I tried to get people to realize what the barndominiums are in comparison to a regular house.” He adds that barndominiums are every bit as customizable as a traditional new home with the added benefit of a large shop attached directly to it. “It fits all people, but it’s geared toward the people who like to be out in the shop and do hobbies out there,” said Gronewold. One of the most recognizable features of a barndominium is the steel siding as opposed to traditional. “The benefit is less maintenance on the steel versus the traditional siding,” explained Gronewold. “A lot of people like the look of it. You can get different profiles in steel.”

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Why Reaves Buildings has used Wood? wood to structure their builds for over 40 years because it's a renewable resource with a low carbon footprint and the material has durability and strength that will hold.

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Reaves at a Glance Manufacturing Construction Design Materials Choose all of the details with Reaves like sizes, finishes, bathrooms, floorplans, windows, and more. Gronewold decided to live in a barndominium himself. His favorite parts of the build include the high ceilings in the living areas and his man cave. With 18-foot ceilings, his shop has a lofted man cave, space to work on hobby projects, and a separate garage for the cars he and his girlfriend drive on a daily basis. He says those who like to work on cars have the option of hoisting and double-stacking them for storage purposes and fitting more vehicles in the space. “You try to keep the shop about one and a half the size of the house, so it doesn’t look too off beat,” said Gronewold. He adds that there aren’t any solid rules when it comes to building a custom barndominium with Reaves.

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“Give Reaves a call to be set up with a salesman in your area.”

Cory Gronewold

“You build them at whatever size you want,” explained Gronewold. “There’s no set limit on it by any means. I’ve done them at 1,300 square feet and all the way up to 3,500 square feet on the main floor.” For a home and a large shop, Gronewold says a barndominium is an affordable option. “The minimum for a nice barndominium is $400,000. The square footage of a barndominium is less than a traditional house, but you’re getting more square footage in the shop.” While his own property has a two-story build with four bedrooms and bathrooms, Gronewold’s neighbors worked with him to construct a single story structure that has two bedrooms and bathrooms in the house. In their shop, there’s a third bathroom and a loft with an additional two bedrooms.

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Wonderfully Made Gifting Company can make gifting for businesses and special occasions simple. “I started this company to be a place people could come to for truly memorable gifts,” said owner and chief gifting officer Kelsey Buelow. Located in Sioux Falls, Buelow says she works to create custom gift boxes for all kinds of businesses and occasions. “I take care of everything from sourcing products through small or local businesses, packaging them up professionally, handwriting all of the cards, and shipping or delivering them as needed,” said Buelow. Learn more about Buelow from her interior design background to her favorite gifting project.

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I started the company because... everyone needs to know they are loved and appreciated, but as humans, we often have a hard time communicating the love and appreciation to others, especially in the workplace. I strongly believe that when VIPs (clients, employees, co-workers, donors, etc.) are shown love and appreciation, whether it’s through a Wonderfully Made gift, a handwritten card, or a dinner date, it leaves a lasting impression on their hearts.

People might know me from… I was the interior designer at Paul Fick Custom Homes for five years and had the privilege of helping over 400 homeowners design their homes.

F a c t For locals who want to avoid shipping fees, Buelow offers a pick-up option.

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Our in-stock inventory includes… mugs, hot chocolate, tea, coffee, candles, vials of matches, tea towels, notebooks, pens, bath salts, lotion, and anything that fits in a gift box.

The best part of my job is… no day is the same. I get to flex my creative muscle regularly, come up with new marketing ideas, learn about the psychology of gifting, photograph new gifts, go to networking events, and package up orders.

At the beginning of the year,... Midco approached me asking if I would create their Surprise and Delight gifts. They encourage their employees to submit a gift request anytime they’ve met with a customer and feel he or she could use a gift. I of course said yes to creating these. I love Midco’s heart behind their Surprise and Delight program.

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“I’m always looking for local items to put in my gift boxes as well. Currently, I’m partnered with Freedom Studios, Jo Creative Co., and The Spice & Tea Exchange. Please send me an email if you or someone you know has products that you think would be great in a gift box!”

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“From the engraved wooden box and luxe ribbon, to the unique items and handwritten card inside, each gift tells the recipient that they are appreciated, cared for, and cherished.”

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People come to my website to find… unique and memorable gifts. If it’s a business, they come to find gifts to give their clients, employees, donors, etc. Individuals come to my website to find gifts for birthdays, weddings, baby showers, Christmas, and “just because.” They can also find information in regards to my bulk and business gifting services.

What I love about putting together gift boxes is… that it combines my design skills and arts and crafts skills. I get to shop for beautiful products, color coordinate box designs, and put beautiful gifts together every day. And it never leaves my mind that each gift will bring a big smile to its recipient’s face.

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I’m in the beginning stages of… designing mini luxury gifts. With mini gifts, the entire experience will still be there with high-quality packaging and unique gift items, but it will be at a lower price point. I especially want to give start-up companies the option to be able to give an impactful gift to those who are helping grow their business. These gifts will also be perfect as bridal party gifts, favors, or quick pick-me-up gifts.

In January, I got an office space downtown… that has been a game changer for my work/life balance. I get to play and bond with my daughter in the mornings. Then when my husband is done with work, I bike to the office and work in the afternoons until supper time.

My favorite place to go for inspiration is… my home. As a designer, I’m constantly seeing different types of design everywhere, and I think it’s all pretty. But I want to stay grounded in my personal style, and my home is 100% my style. Think light and airy French country with coordinated colors, throw pillows from Grandma’s house, some old fashioned accessories, and a comeon-in attitude. I always look to have this style reflected in my gifts.

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“We provide services for the following industries: commercial, education, government, healthcare, industrial, multi-family, and senior living,” said Sutton.

“Schemmer has been in business for 63 years, and we take pride in having provided quality services to our clients,” said civil engineering manager Matt Sutton. “We are also proud of our ability to adapt to the ever-changing environments in which we work through new technologies, strategies, and ways of thinking.” Across five states in the Midwest, Schemmer offers architecture, engineering, and construction services to clients.

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Early last year, Schemmer added a new location in Sioux Falls, , which brings the total office count to eight. “I manage our civil engineering group, which includes staff located in several offices,” said Sutton. “In addition to management responsibilities, a large part of my role is developing new client relationships and growing our business.” Learn more about the civil engineer.

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Business Background I was working for a different firm in Omaha and wasn’t happy with the type of work I was doing. I knew the type of projects Schemmer worked on. So I looked up their number in the phone book—yes, an actual phone book because it was 1999—and made the call to see if they were hiring. I met with their civil engineering manager, and the rest is history.

Different Dining My wife and I enjoy checking out new restaurants in town. We lived away for 23 years, so a lot has changed in that time.

Nurtured by nature We enjoy spending time outdoors, so exploring new trails in the area has been fun.

Gone Fishing I have always enjoyed hunting and fishing but didn’t do as much of it as I would have liked when I moved away. South Dakota has so much to offer for these activities, so I’m really looking forward to spending more time doing that.

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You can find me attending college football games in the fall, whether it be watching my alma mater Jackrabbits or watching my nephew play at South Dakota School of Mines & Technology.

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Pedal on the Path My wife and I are originally from South Dakota and recently moved back after 23 years living in Omaha. It has been enjoyable being close to family and reconnecting with past acquaintances. Seeing the change in Sioux Falls that happened over that time and changes that are currently happening has been exciting.

Things Change We recently started using the bike trail, making the round trip to downtown from our home in southern Sioux Falls. It’s fun to stop downtown before making the trek back home.

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“Pheasants Forever's mission is to conserve pheasants, quail, and other wildlife through habitat improvements, public access, education, and conservation advocacy,” said Isaac Full, outreach coordinator.

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Isaac Full written by Dawn Geertsema & photos by John Snyder

Across many states and parts of Canada, the organization has over 130,000 members dedicated to their mission. Full says Pheasants Forever and South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks have had a longstanding relationship, and the groups have banded together to create a new opportunity for veterans with their outreach capabilities. “It focuses on using the outdoors as a means for healing from PTSD for the individual and working to build whole-family relationships by providing an education-based approach to the resources available in South Dakota,” said Full. Full shares more about himself and how people can help with the conservation effort.

5 QUESTIONS WITH FULL Do you do any hunting in your free time? Most of my hunting activities revolve around the moment and the experience and just being outside with my dogs, friends, and wife.

What are some of the best dog breeds for hunting? To each their own on the bird dog breeds. I have two labs, Maximus and Adi. I have personally leaned towards labradors for their versatility, trainability, and in-house demeanor.

What are your favorite outdoor activities? My favorite outdoor activities would include hunting, fishing, and introducing new hunters to the outdoors. I have had a small migration in my outdoor life recently where I am enjoying and gaining a better appreciation for watching and being part of other people’s success in their outdoor endeavors.

Are there any ways people can help in the conservation efforts? Yes. Contact a local chapter, and ask about membership. Or go to pheasantsforever.org, and follow the membership links.

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When you aren't working, what are you up to? I was married in June of 2021, so much of my time is spent with my beautiful bride growing our relationship and laying the groundwork we see fit to have a successful marriage. Outside of that, I enjoy reading, exploring inside the state and out, working with my dogs, and volunteering to local groups I am part of.

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