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VOL. 14 | NO. 9

OCTOBER 2022

FOOD + DRINK ISSUE

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605’s John Snyder takes photos of Southern Hills Mercantile & Taproom's Shrimp Cocktail. Read more on page 24.

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605 Tries South Dakota Haunts

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6 Things

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Fo o d+D r i n k 24

605 Stops By Southern Hills Mercantile & Taproom

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Hang Out With Nicki Ellerbroek

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On the Menu En Place Catering

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Meet the Creative Don Napolitano

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605 Spotlight The Lodge at Deadwood

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This is the Food & Drink Issue, but we had to make room for the spookiness that is the Scotland Haunted House and The Haunting of Keystone (more on page 12). We shot these years ago, and then COVID hit. Well, now it’s time to step out of your comfort zone again, and check out haunted houses all over the state. Maybe look at the mouth-watering food and drink articles first, though.

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Deadweird October 28-29 Main Street • Deadwood • Times vary

Th i n g s to do in October

Halloween in Deadwood is a little spooky and a lot of fun. The 10th annual Deadweird event offers the Monster Ball on Friday, Trunk or Treating for the family, and a 21+ Costume Party on Saturday. MORE INFO: DEADWOOD.COM.

Due to the possibility of cancellations, please check event websites & social media posts before attending.

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Black Hills Powwow October 7-9 The Monument • Rapid City Times vary The Black Hills Powwow is a multi-day event featuring thousands of dancers, singers, and artisans from across the country. The event includes a parade on Saturday, October 8, starting at 10 a.m. MORE INFO: BLACKHILLSPOWWOW.COM.

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ZooBoo October 28-30 Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum of Natural History • Sioux Falls Times vary

ZooBoo is a three-day event full of activities. Festivities start on Friday, October 28, and continue through Sunday, October 30. Candy, costumes, and—of course—the animals are sure to make this event a hit. MORE INFO: GREATZOO.ORG.

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Zoo Boo October 29 Bramble Park Zoo Watertown • 2 p.m. Zoo Boo at the Bramble Park Zoo in Watertown will be an afternoon filled with trick-or-treating, ghostly booths, and all kinds of animals. Ticket prices will be reduced, and pre-sale tickets are available. MORE INFO: VISITWATERTOWNSD.COM.

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Yankton’s Harvest Halloween October 29 Meridian District • Yankton • Times vary

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A SEASON OF NEW RELEASES & EVENTS. HWY 385 NEAR HILL CITY & THE WESTERN MALL IN SIOUX FALLS Visit PrairieBerry.com for more event information.

Inflatables, pig races, and a corn pit, oh my! Yankton’s Harvest Halloween is sure to be fun for the whole family. This free family-fun event reinforces community spirit and supports local business, food, music, art, and children's activities. MORE INFO: HARVESTHALLOWEEN.COM.

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Trick or Treat on Main Street October 31 Main Street Downtown • Aberdeeen • 3 p.m. Downtown Aberdeen is offering trick or treating fun for the whole family. Bring your little monsters downtown for some free, exciting, and safe family fun. MORE INFO: VISITABERDEENSD.COM.

*All photos for 6 Things are submitted by the event or its promoter unless otherwise noted.

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EVENTS

O C TO B E R 202 2 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

ABERDEEN

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BELLE FOURCHE

14-16

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+GYPSY DAY PARADE

Main Street Downtown, Aberdeen. 9 a.m. More info: visitaberdeensd. com.

+ABERDEEN WINGS HOCKEY

Odde Ice Center, Aberdeen. 7:15 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

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+SOUTH DAKOTA

DANCE NETWORK CONVENTION

Aberdeen Recreation and Cultural Center, Aberdeen. Times vary. More info: dancenetworksd.org.

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+POCKET VINYL

Red Rooster Coffee House, Aberdeen. 6:30 p.m. More info: roostercoffeehouse.com.

28 ___________________________ +YMCA

SPOOKTACULAR FAMILY FUN

Aberdeen Family YMCA, Aberdeen. 6 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

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+ABERDEEN WINGS HOCKEY

Odde Ice Center, Aberdeen. 7:15 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

31 ___________________________ +TRICK OR TREAT ON MAIN STREET

Main Street, Aberdeen. 3 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd.com.

+GETTING OUR ACTS TOGETHER: A NIGHT OF NORTHERN HILLS ONE-ACTS

Belle Fourche Area Community Theater, Belle Fourche. Times vary. More info: bellefourcheact.com.

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+GET INVOLVED

+SPORTS

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+BRETT YOUNG

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

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+FALL FAMILY

FESTIVAL

Agricultural Heritage Museum Main Gallery, Brookings. 10 a.m. More info: sdstate.edu.

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+VINTAGE

HITCHCOCK- A LIVE RADIO PLAY

Belle Fourche Area Community Theater, Belle Fourche. 7 p.m. More info: bellefourcheact.com.

BRANDON

1

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+WILDE PRAIRIE

WINERY HARVEST FESTIVAL

Wilde Prairie Winery, Brandon. 1 p.m. More info: wildeprariewinery. com.

+THE HAUNTING AT

THE OSCAR: DREAMS & NIGHTMARES

Oscar Larson Performing Arts Center, Brookings. Times vary. More info: sdstate.edu.

Yogi Bear Jellystone Park, Brandon. 1 p.m. More info: wildeprariewinery.com.

BROOKINGS

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+FALL FESTIVAL

OF VENDORS & CRAFTERS

1-2, 8-9, 15-16 ___________________________ +RIVERVIEW TREE FARM PUMPKIN FESTIVAL Riverview Tree Farm, Canton. Times vary. More info: riverviewtreefarm.com.

+TRICK-OR-TREAT DOWNTOWN BROOKINGS

Downtown Brookings Business District, Brookings. 4 p.m. More info: brookingschamber.org.

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Brookings. 9:30 a.m. More info: visitbrookingssd.com.

CANTON

1

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+FESTIFALL

Newton Hills State Park, Canton. Times vary. More info: facebook. com.

CARTHAGE

1

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+HARVEST FESTIVAL

The Cabaret, Carthage. 10 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

CUSTER

1

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custersd.com.

+BRULE AT CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL Crazy Horse Tourist Center, Custer. 4 p.m. More info: blackhillsthingstodo.com.

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+FALL VOLKSMARCH Crazy Horse Memorial, Custer. 6 a.m. More info: custersd.com.

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+HARVEST MOON FALL FESTIVAL Buffalo Ridge Camp Resort, Custer. Times vary. More info: custersd.com.

DEADWOOD

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Wilbert Square Event Center, Brookings. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

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+OKTOBERFEST

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Main Street, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: visitrapidcity.com.

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+THEORY OF A DEADMAN

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

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27 ___________________________ +FALL FESTIVAL Custer. Times vary. More info:

HOBO DAY PARADE +HARVEST FESTIVAL + Main Street Downtown,

AT THE CORN MAZE AT JELLYSTONE PARK

+MUSIC

+WILD

SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL

Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwood.com.

7-8, 14-15, 21-22 ___________________________ +PARANORMAL INVESTIGATIONS OF THE ADAMS HOUSE

Historic Adams House, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwoodhistory.com.

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+STRAIGHT NO CHASER

Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. 7:30 p.m. More info: deadwoodmountaingrand.com.

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+DEADWEIRD

Main Street, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwood.com.

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+CHANCY WILLIAMS & FRIENDS HALLOWEEN BASH

Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. 7 p.m. More info: deadwoodmountaingrand.com.


HILL CITY

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LAKE CITY

14-15

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PIERRE/FORT PIERRE

1-2

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+RUN CRAZY HORSE FULL & HALFMARATHON Mickelson Trail, Hill City. Times vary. More info: visithillcitysd.com.

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+HAUNTED FORT

Fort Sisseton Historic State Park, Lake City. 7 p.m. More info: gfp. sd.gov.

MADISON

1

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+HILL CITY CHILDREN’S BOO BASH & PUMPKIN FESTIVAL

Hill City, Times vary. More info: visithillcitysd.com.

HOT SPRINGS

31 ___________________________ +MERCHANT’S TRICK

OR TREAT

Hot Springs. 3 p.m. More info: hotsprings-sd.com.

HURON

7-9 ___________________________ +ANNUAL GREAT SCARECROW FESTIVAL

Campbell Park, Huron. Times vary. More info: huronsd.com.

KEYSTONE

14-15, 21-22, 28-29 ___________________________ +HAUNTING OF KEYSTONE

Rush Mountain Adventure Park, various locations Keystone. Times vary. More info: hauntingofkeystone. com.

+PUMPKIN TRAIN

Prairie Village, Madison. 11 a.m. More info: prairievillage.org.

MITCHELL

2

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+MITCHELL KIWANIS HALF-MARATHON Corn Palace, Mitchell. 5:30 a.m. More info: cornpalace.com.

3

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+UNITY DAY

Corn Palace, Mitchell. 7 p.m. More info: mitchellmainstreet.com.

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+ DECADES OF LOVE

WITH ERNIE HAASE & SIGNATURE SOUND

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

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+PHEASANTS

FOREVER BANQUET

Corn Palace, Mitchell. 5 p.m. More info: cornpalace.com.

+FORT PIERRE HORSE RACES

Stanley County Fairgrounds, Fort Pierre. Times vary. More info: visitfortpierre.com.

7-9, 13-15

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+THE CRUCIBLE

Pierre Players Community Theatre, Pierre. Times vary. More info: pierreplayers.com.

RAPID CITY

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+CRUISER CAR SHOW Main Street Square, Rapid City. 11 a.m. More info: mainstreetsquare.org.

+BLUE MAN GROUP

The Monument, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: themonument.live.

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+ANNUAL OCTOBER FALL FESTIVAL

Old Macdonald’s Farm, Rapid City. 2 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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+MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL

The Monument, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: themonument.live.

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+CARROL ACRES

HOBBY FARM FALL FESTIVAL & PUMPKIN PATCH

Carrol Acres Hobby Farm, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: themonument.live.


EVENTS

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+RAPID CITY KENNEL CLUB DOG SHOW

The Monument, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: rapidcitykc.org.

24-26 ___________________________ +THE BOOK OF MORMAN

Ramota Convention Center, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: sdtribalrelations.sd.gov.

28-29

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+RAPID CITY RUSH

VS. KANSAS CITY MAVERICKS

The Monument, Rapid City. 7:05 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

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+DOWNTOWN

TRICK-OR-TREAT

Main Street Square, Rapid City. 12 p.m. More info: mainstreetsquare. org.

SIOUX FALLS

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+BARK IN THE PARK

2022

Pasley Park, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxfallsevents. com.

+FESTIVAL OF

BANDS

Howard Wood Relays, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: festivalofbands.com.

+THOMAS RHETT

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

+FALL BRAWL TOUR Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

1-2

+GET INVOLVED

7

+THE JUDDS

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

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OF COMEDY

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

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+KELOLAND LIVING ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW

Best Western Plus Ramkota Exhibit Hall, Sioux Falls. All day. More info: keloland.com.

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+SIOUXPERCON RETROMANIA

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

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1-2, 6- 7, 8- 9 , +OKTOBERFEST __________________________ Great Shots, Sioux Falls. 2 p.m.

+LYLE LOVETT

& JOHN HIATT TOGETHER ON STAGE Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org

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More info: greatshots.golf.

+YOUNG

FRANKENSTEIN

The Premiere Playhouse, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: thepremiereplayhouse.com.

2

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+SIOUX FALLS

LEGION PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Military Heritage Alliance, Sioux Falls. 8:30 a.m. More info: siouxfallslegion.org.

3

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+IRON MAIDEN

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

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+DOWNTOWN FOOD

TOUR

Fernson Downtown, Sioux Falls. 1 p.m. More info: sufufoodtours.com.

6-7

+A HAUNTED CABARET

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+THE RUDE BAND

Thirsty Duck, Sioux Falls. 9 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+WARD DAVIS

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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

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+ADAM CALHOUN

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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+REVOCATION W/ KRISIUN, ALLUVIAL, INOCULATION AT BIGS BAR

Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

10

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+THE ULTIMATE ROYAL BASH

+CALBOY

The District, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: ci.ovationtix.com.

+SIOUX FALLS

STAMPEDE VS. WATERLOO BLACK HAWKS

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 7:05 p.m, More info: sfstampede.com.

21-22 ___________________________

Great Shots, Sioux Falls. 5:30 p.m. More info: greatshots.golf.

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+SIOUX FALLS

STAMPEDE VS. FARGO FORCE

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 6:05 p.m. More info: dennysanfordpremiercenter.com.

+VIKINGS DAY

+EMMA BOMBECK:

AT WITS END

758 S Phillips Ave, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

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+THE BOOK OF MORMON

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

22

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+WALKER HAYES

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

27-30

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+DAKOTA ACADEMY OF PERFORMING ARTS PRESENTS: DISNEY’S NEWSIES JR. Orpheum Theater Center, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: siouxfallsorpheum.com.

28

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+HYDRAULIX AT BIGS Bigs Bar, Sioux Falls. 8

p.m. More info: facebook.com.

29

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+DYLAN SCOTT

The District, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: thedistrictsf.com.

+ZOMBIE WALK 8th and Railroad, Sioux Falls. 3 p.m. More info: siouxfallszombiewalk.com.

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+JUNKIN’ MARKET DAYS

W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds Expo Center, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: facebook.com.

PARADE

Augustana University, Sioux Falls. 10:30 a.m. More info: augie.edu.

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+MUSIC

15-16

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+JOE GATTO’S NIGHT

+SPORTS

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+SIOUX FALLS

STAMPEDE VS. OMAHA LANCERS

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 4:05 p.m. More info: sfstampede.com.


+MONSTERS BALL XI The District, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: thedistrictsf.com.

31

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+GOO GOO DOLLS

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion. org..

SPEARFISH

2

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+ELIZA BLUE:

KITHSHIP COLLECTIVE The Matthews Opera House & Arts Center, Spearfish. 2 p.m. More info: matthewsopera.com.

15

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+GETTING OUR ACTS TOGETHER

The Matthews Opera House & Arts Center, Spearfish. 7 p.m. More info: matthewsopera.com.

16 ___________________________ +AN AFTERNOON

WITH KIMBERLY KAY BACHMAN

The Matthews Opera House & Arts Center, Spearfish. 2 p.m. More info: matthewsopera.com.

28

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+LIVE MUSIC WITH

PHILIP DANIEL

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

28-29

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+SCARE MAZE

Spearfish Valley Produce, Spearfish. Times vary. More info: spearfishvalleyproduce.com.

STURGIS

28-31

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+2022 CHAMBER’S CRYPT HAUNTED TOUR

Sturgis Armory, Sturgis. 6 p.m. More info: sturgisareachamber.com.

VERMILLION

22

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+DAKOTA DAYS

PARADE

Main Street, Vermillion. 9 a.m. More info: usd.edu

WATERTOWN

14

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+FOR THE LOVE OF

CASH - GARY WEST

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

+ZOO BOO

Bramble Park Zoo, Watertown. 2 p.m. More info: visitwatertownsd. com.

14

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+ROB SCHNEIDER

Studio 212, Watertown. 6 p.m. More info: visitwatertownsd.com.

WORTHING

1-2, 6-9

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+AND THEN THERE WERE NONE

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

9, 15-17, 2224, 29-31 ___________________________ +HAUNTED FARM

Haunted Farm, Worthing. Times vary. More info: oldetownethreatre. org.

YANKTON

1

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+BARKTOBERFEST

Ben’s Brew Station, Yankton. 4 p.m. More info: yanktonsd.com.

2

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+TED & ALICE MILLER LIVE MUSIC

Mazing Acres Pumpkin Patch, Yankton. 1 p.m. More info: mazingacres.com.

8

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+GALAXY DAY AT MAZING ACRES

Mazing Acres Pumpkin Patch, Yankton. 2 p.m. More info: mazingacres.com.

21-22

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+HAUNTED HISTORY TOURS Mead Building, Yankton. 6 p.m. More info: meadbuilding.org.

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South south Dakota dakota Haunts Written by Dawn Geertsema Photos by Alana & John Snyder It’s that time of the year again. Time for pumpkin patches, fall-scented candles, cozy blankets, apple cider, and scary movies. To celebrate the spooky season, the 605 team tried a few different iconic South Dakota haunting experiences: The Haunting of Keystone and the Scotland Haunted House. Here’s what you need to know about them.

Dates: October 14-15, 21-22, 28-29 The Haunting of Keystone

6:30 - 11:30 p.m. Admission: $35

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The Haunting Of

Ke ys tone The Haunting of Keystone in the Black Hills is entering its 10th season this fall. “What sets The Haunting of Keystone apart is that we are crazy enough to do three attractions in one night,” said administrator Gideon Oakes. “We didn’t want people to have people drive out, stand in line, and then in 10-15 minutes have it be over.” Each ticket costs $35 per person and gets people into all three attractions over the span of about two hours. Every year, the themes of each location change, so those who have been to the event before won’t know what’s lurking in the shadows ahead of them. The longest standing attraction is the 1899 Keystone Victorian Schoolhouse, which has been around since the first year of this event. This year’s theme is the House of Perpetual Panic. “The schoolhouse is our most traditional haunted house experience,” explained Oakes. “It’s one of the last truly Victorian designs in the area.” From the basement to the main level classrooms, patrons will wind through the eerie halls. “Once the lights go out before we even touch it at all, it is genuinely creepy to be in there,” said Oakes.

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Another one of the haunted attractions is the Big Thunder Gold Mine. “Their theme is Miners: The Black Plague,” said Oakes. “If you can think of the old plague doctors and the steampunk look of those masks that they wore, that’s terrifying by itself.”

“By the time you get through, if you haven’t been scared, you must not have a scared bone in your body.”

Gideon Oakes

“The cool thing about the mine is that they have traditionally fogged it heavily,” said Oakes. “When you’re in a mine shaft, it doesn’t take much fog before you can’t see anything.” Stumbling through the thick fog of the mine shaft, patrons won’t be able to anticipate what’s before them. “It’s another dimension of fear because you can’t see three feet in front of you,” said Oakes.

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The mine isn’t the only spooky experience below the earth’s surface. Rush Mountain Adventure Park’s Rushmore Cave will be transformed into the Psycho Circus this October. “Getting scared in a building above ground is one thing, but when it’s down below ground, it adds a whole new depth to the fright,” said Oakes. Proceeds from the event go to various charities, according to Oakes.

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“In the past it’s taken 125-150 people to make this all happen. On any given night, we’ve got 80-100 people working,” said Oakes. “This is an event that truly has become a community effort. Everybody in Keystone played a role in it.” The majority of these scare actors are volunteers. “Most people do it for the fun of scaring,” said Oakes. “It’s about as much fun as you can legally have.”

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Velma Sudbeck

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After a two-year hiatus due to COVID-19, the Scotland Haunted House will be returning to spook locals and visitors alike starting in the middle of October. This year, prepare to be scared Fridays and Saturdays from October 14 to October 29. Entrance is $20 per person or $15 with a donation of three non-perishable food or hygiene items like cans and toothpaste. “Each room is very detailed,” said organizer Velma Sudbeck. “We have a butcher shop, a morgue, and a bottomless pit. We also have a car. We usually break down the rooms and start over again. It’s different every year.” Guests can also expect to see rooms themed after classic horror films such as Annabelle, Chuckie, and Friday the 13th. Every year, the volunteers with the Scotland Haunted House rearrange the interior of the space, so regular guests won’t know what’s coming in the next room when they return. Sudbeck says that in 2008, the haunted house began as a fundraiser for the local youth center.

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Over the next few years, Crazy Eights Productions set up freights in a few abandoned houses before finding a new home for the fundraiser. “In 2014, we leased a building from the city on Main Street,” said Sudbeck. “That building is the old clinic. A lot of people were born in that clinic. The building has been sitting empty for 20 years.” Sudbeck says that the money made each year goes toward community projects such as marching band uniforms, radios for the fire department, and more. “As a fundraiser, we have contributed over $150,000 back into our community from it,” said Sudbeck. Every night, the haunted house has about 50 volunteers ready to pop out and freak out the guests. “It’s where you can get a bunch of people who would really never ever have anything to do with each other and put them in one room and they all work together,” said Sudebeck. “Let's face it. Where else can you go and put a mask on and make a fool out of yourself and no one knows who you are?”

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SOUTHER N HILLS MERCANTILE & TAPROOM WRITTEN BY DAWN GEERTSEMA & PHOTOS BY CAILYN PATTERSON & JOHN SNYDER Kara Hagen and Mike Sommer felt that the town of Hot Springs was missing a cozy place for people to meet up and hang out in the afternoon and evenings. This summer, Hot Springs welcomed their new business to the main drag: Southern Hills Mercantile & Taproom, nicknamed "The Merc." Owners Hagen and Sommer purchased the building back in October of last year and dove into a full renovation before opening The Merc in July of 2022.

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The renovation gave the entire space a facelift with classic brick and plaster walls, an art deco entrance, modern murals, local artwork, and furniture pieces from all over the state. Hagen picked up ritzy furniture and fixtures at places like Chef Louie’s Steak House & Lounge in Mitchell (which is no longer open), local farmers’ markets, and BES Lighting in Rapid City. Hagen says that back in the day, the building marked the spot where uptown and downtown Hot Springs collided. With this location, it’s within walking distance of most of the town. “That’s why we did the old timey mural on the outside,” said Hagen. “This is the meeting place.”

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Open for the hours of 2 - 8 p.m., The Merc is a place to spend time and socialize after breakfast and lunch places in the area have closed. Here, browse through the selection of South Dakota-made products and food, and order from the menu. “Some people love the taproom atmosphere but don’t want to drink,” said Hagen. “We’ve got something for everybody.”

Shrimp Cocktail

In the taproom, they serve beer, wine, jun tea, kombucha, water kefir, coffee, and more. The space is also used to brew products for the owners’ second shared business, Scobi Kombucha.

“COFFEE SHOPS CLOSE AT 2 P.M. AROUND HERE, SO WE THOUGHT 2 - 8 P.M. WERE THE BEST HOURS. WE’RE HAPPY TO BRING THAT TAPROOM ENVIRONMENT HERE.” K AR A H AGEN

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At any given time, there will be at least the three signature Scobi flavors along with a seasonal option. “There are beneficial things in it. It’s good for gut health with a low sugar and carb content,” said brewmaster Sommer. “It’s another option instead of grabbing your favorite soda.” The Forager Blend is made with cranberry, aronia berry, lion's mane, and sage. Lovender is made with lavender, chamomile, and calendula petals. The third mainstay, Golden Bliss, is made with ginger, cinnamon, black pepper, and tumeric. Seasonal kombucha flavors vary and include things like Piña Fiesta and Fall Chai. “The New Moon is meant for calmness and peace of mind and to help with more gut health. In this one, there’s charcoal, backberries, aronia berries, skullcap, lemon for a citrus kick in it, and peppercorns,” said Sommer. “That one will have CBD.”

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“WE HAVE COX’S FARM, FARM STURGIS JERKY, GAYLEN’S GOURMET JERKY POPCORN, DIMOCK CHEESE, POPCORN CHEESE MOCCASIN SPRINGS TOWELS AND ROBES, CHUBBY CHIPMUNK CHOCOLATES, DAKOTA SEAFOOD, SEAFOOD BLACK HILLS MICROGREENS, AND EVERGREEN RANCH. RANCH ” K AR A H AGEN

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The small plates could be anything from Shrimp Cocktail served in a martini glass to Bison Sliders.

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In addition to food, there’s a cooler for grab-and-go food items, a display case with Dakota Seafood, and an entire section where guests can pick up South Dakota-made products like shirts, popcorn, and more. Some of these brands include Oh Geez! Design, Moccasin Springs Natural Mineral Spa, Evergreen Ranch, Dimock Cheese, and more.

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Nicki Ellerbroek Written by Dawn Geertsema photos by Cailyn Patterson & John Snyder In 2006, south Sioux Falls welcomed McNally’s Irish Pub to 69th Street and Western Avenue. “My dad and I were thinking about an authentic Irish pub, thought the neighborhood was in need, and then started brainstorming,” said owner Nicki Ellerbroek. “Irish pubs are characterized by a unique culture centered around a casual and friendly atmosphere, hearty food and drink, Irish sports, and traditional music.” McNally’s starts guests off with “wee plates” like O’Dwyer Sliders, Drunken Mussels, and Blackened Steak Tips.

Guests can choose from a variety of sandwiches including an Irish BLT, The Blarney, a Dublin Dog, and the McNally’s Burger. For the main entrée, there are options such as Jameson Whiskey Steak, the Guinness Meatloaf, and Corned Beef & Cabbage. The menu has so many more options, and that doesn’t even cover all of the Irish beverages there are to choose from. McNally’s Jameson Ginger is one of the signature cocktails and is made with Jameson Irish Whiskey mixed with ginger ale and garnished with lemon and lime. View the full menu online or from the pub. Get to know a little more about Ellerbroek, one of the faces behind McNally’s.

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Movie Munchies We like to skip dinner, eat popcorn, and watch movies at The State Theatre on the weekend with my family. We’re big popcorn eaters.

Local Bites I enjoy eating at local restaurants 22Ten Kitchen & Cocktails, All Day Café, Mama’s Lada’s, Minerva’s, and Roots of Brasil.

Pups + Popups We have two dogs, and we like to take them on walks. My kids will play with them at Falls Park, and we’ll buy veggies, flowers, and breakfast pizza at the Falls Park Farmer’s Market. They have the best honey there: Shire’s Honey.

“We have been locally owned and operated for the last 16 years. We support other local businesses, schools, charities, and the community.” Nicki Ellerb ro ek

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“We have live music every weekend in October.” Ni cki Ellerb ro ek

Music + Southern Twang We love country music. We love the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center. I like Jason Aldean, Taylor Swift, Thomas Rhett, Tom Hardy, Kane Brown, Zac Brown Band, and Snoop Dogg.

Nothin’ But Net My husband and I have been together since we were 14. We went to O’Gorman High School, and now our kids all go to the catholic school. We follow high school sports. We also like the Sioux Falls Skyforce, Sioux Falls Stampede, and the Philadelphia Flyers.

Backyard Adventures We have a pond in our backyard. It has crappies, humongous painters turtles, and frogs. My son and his friends are back there all the time digging critters out and putting them back. It’s really fun to watch him.

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5. I have two dogs–a pug and a black labrador.

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My son is super into animals. He’s always in the pond. On father’s day weekend last year, he found three ducklings that had no mom. We looked everywhere for the parents and couldn’t find them. We adopted the ducklings. I had people messaging me about more ducklings. We ended up having four ducklings that we raised. We had them in our garage, cleaned their pen out, and we let them go in the pond after three months. We still see them. They come up and spend time with us.

My husband’s mom died of frontal lobe dementia in 2001. My in-laws started a tournament called A Round to Remember. The South Dakota Alzheimer's Association benefits from it. My family and I all golf in that. It’s a big tournament. We’re always looking for other golf tournaments to support. The golf tournament takes place halfway to St. Patrick’s Day.

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EN PLACE CATERING written by Dawn Geertsema & photos by John Snyder En Place Catering crafts menus and experiences guests will not likely forget, according to catering director Jacob Marek. Around the third Tuesday of each month from September to April, foodies can attend the En Place Specialty Dining events in Sioux Falls. At each dinner, the menu and beverage pairings are customized and based on cuisines that aren’t readily available to try in the city. “We play around with flavors and our travel experiences to go into the kitchen and make something that looks good and tastes good,” said Marek. “It’s a unique dining experience for people to look forward to, and it’s kicked off with a Harvest Dinner.”

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U P C OM I NG SPE C I A L T Y DI N I NG Bread & Circus Sandwich Kitchen // $100 6 p.m. doors open // 7 p.m. dinner Multi-course Meal + Beverage Pairings

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For those who are interested in attending the entire season, there’s the option to purchase a season pass to all seven events.

Guests can either attend all the dinners themselves or gift a dinner or two to a friend.

“We’re doing that for the first time this year,” said Marek. “There’s seven dinners. Basically you’ll pay for six and get the seventh for free.”

Chef and co-owner Jordan Taylor added, “You get between three and four courses and a beverage pairing with each course.”

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One of the most popular Specialty Dining experiences in the last season was a ramen-based menu.

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“We do take feedback from our guests,” said Marek. “We did a ramen dinner last April, and it was to-date the biggest hit. We sold out in two days." This season, they’ll be hosting a ramen dinner once again. This time around, it will take place in December.

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September’s Harvest Dinner treated guests to a four-course meal on the patio of Bread & Circus Sandwich Kitchen. “Specialty Dining gives an opportunity to show that we are multifaceted,” said Taylor. “It’s about giving people things that they can’t access easily.” Each dinner has a different theme and cuisine.

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Every season features different cuisines. Last season, we did everything from a Tuscan dinner to ramen, Argentinian, and Spanish.”

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This is a snippet of what En Place Catering can make for events. Ask about custom menus.

COLD APPETIZERS

» Ahi Tuna Poke

White miso, sesame, and crispy wonton.

» Baba Ghanoush Crispy lentils, pickled radish, and baguette.

» Buffalo Mozzarella Black olives, zhug, and griddled brioche.

HOT APPETIZERS

» Carne Adovada Tostada

Ancho chile salsa, lime crema, and queso fresco.

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Kimchi aioli and sesame.

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Green goddess dressing.

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» Seared Red Snapper Mole Braised lentils, charred anaheim relish, and cilantro.

» Braised Short Rib

Pomme puree, melted leek, and preserved lemon gremolata.

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“The Harvest Dinner is a farm-to-fork celebration of all things local produce,” said Marek. The appetizer course was Butternut and Ricotta Gnudi with late summer pepper agrodolce and fingerling chips. “It’s a cheese-based dumpling with a leek soubise,” said Taylor. The following course was soup. The Creamy Watermelon Soup is made with coconut milk, fennel, cinnamon, anise, and chili powder. For the main course, guests were served an Herb-Crusted Strip with bleu cheese brussel sprout colcannon and apple balsamic glaze. “Everything in there is 100% from a local farmer,” said Taylor. The meal was topped off with dessert. The Rustic Tomato Jam Galette was made with tomato jam and mascarpone cheese on an almond pastry.

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"We try to sprinkle some sparkle into every event.”

JACOB MAREK

“October is going to be from a region on the border of France and Germany,” said Marek. October’s Specialty Dining will be a four-course meal with wine pairings inspired by the Alsace region. At some events, guests may leave with a memento of the experience. In the past, guests have gone home with tiki mugs from a Hawaiian feast or even a handmade ramen bowl with chopsticks from the ramen dinner. “It’s those little elements that are a little surprising that make it memorable for people,” said Marek.

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Don Napolitano Written by Dawn Geertsema Photos by Cailyn Patterson & Emily Swan

Try making some traditional Italian recipes with Bella Cucina Old Italian Family Recipes. Author Don Napolitano is a chef and consultant in the restaurant industry. “I started in business as a CEO. I went to the University of San Francisco for two masters degrees,” said Napolitano. “During those years I also went to three different culinary schools to study my second passion, culinary arts.” Napolitano released an Italian cookbook for both those familiar with cooking and beginners. “The book teaches about long-established, successful Italian recipes brought here from Italy by family,” said Napolitano. “The book has some quick and easy recipes that take less than 30 minutes. The book is designed for the seasoned cook as well as the beginner.” After being a CEO for 30 years, Napolitano says he leaned into his passion for consulting restaurants. Learn more about Napolitano’s history, some tips, and more.

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I have…

written eight books, produced a movie, and advised many companies on how to fix their problems.

I started the cookbook because…

I want to share my experience by providing worthwhile recipes and explain family recipes for those that may be Italian but have no clue about the food preparation.

My favorite way to spend my leisure time is…

to listen to Italian music with a glass of wine and to cook. I love the smell of red sauce with garlic when it permeates the home. I find sharing a good meal with family and friends is like a day with sunshine. Any day with old wine and [friends’ laughter] are those that eat well and live well.

My recipes include…

pasta varieties, sauces, lamb, desserts, salads, bread, cheese, and wine. You don't need any more.

Don Nap olitano “My book is somewhat different in that it is a tutorial for handling knives, seasoning, wine pairing, and popular Italian creations.”

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Fro m the co o kbo o k:

Spaghet ti & Meatballs Best served with minestrone soup, garlic bread, Chianti wine, and side salad.

Ingredients + + + + + +

1 lb. spaghetti 1 lb. ground beef ⅓ cup bread crumbs ¼ cup finely chopped parsley ¼ cup freshly grated Parmesan, plus more for serving 1 egg

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2 garlic cloves Sea salt as needed Freshly ground black pepper ½ tsp. red pepper flakes 3 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil ½ cup. chopped red onion 1 28 oz. can crushed tomatoes 2 bay leaves

Instructions 1.

Cook spaghetti in a large pot of salted water.

2.

In a large bowl, combine beef with bread crumbs, parsley, Parmesan, egg, garlic, salt, and red pepper flakes. Mix until just combined, and form into 16 balls.

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In a large pot, heat oil over medium heat. Add meatballs and cook, turning occasionally, until browned on all sides (about 10 minutes). Transfer to plate.

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Add onion to pot and cook until soft (5 minutes). Add crushed tomatoes and bay leaves. Season with salt and pepper. Bring to a simmer. Return meatballs to pot and cover. Simmer until sauce has thickened (8-10 minutes).

5.

Serve pasta with a scoop of meatballs and sauce. Top with Parmesan.

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To make these dishes, Napolitano is thankful that Hy-Vee district store director Chad Dyhrkopp allowed him to use one of their kitchens.

The best part of my job is… [to see a person] experiencing my culinary delights.

One of my favorite projects has been…

[making] the perfect hamburger. Italians at the turn of the century mixed 50 [percent] pork with 50 [percent] beef. This is a handheld burger with flavor, not the 15-inch-tall mess of calories on a plate where you have to use a spoon, a fork, a knife, and three napkins.

Customers come to the website looking for… help, curiosity, and flavor.

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My cooking is inspired by… family, old world Italian cooking.

What I loved about putting together the cookbook was… that the book represents my accomplishments in the culinary world.

My favorite recipe is…

pasta shells with mushrooms in a creamy garlic parmigiano sauce, slow cooked for one hour. And add a glass of Pinot Gris. Don't forget the crusty bread with butter and olive oil.

Something that I’m excited about is…

talking to restaurant owners and managers about adjusting their menus down to several popular items, so they can keep their doors open for business and provide the community with quality meals because of the help shortage. You can always add back when you have good help.

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I love to grab a bite or drink at… my home.

My favorite place to go for inspiration is...

the movies. I saw Top Gun: Maverick six times. The movie is loaded with basic business information that will help the restaurant industry or any business: respect, determination, self reliance, leadership, chain of responsibility, and training.

Someone local who I admire is…

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Mack Farms near Goodwin has been in the family since 1947. Until 2009, it was a dairy operation. To improve the health of the family and the animals, practices needed to change. In 2012, Calvin Mack purchased his first fullblood Japanese Wagyu bull to dip into a new market.

“We’re taking Wagyu, and we’re crossing it with those other [commercial] breeds to get an enhanced commercial breed with the flavor and the health aspects that come from the Wagyu,” said Mack. Premium Dakota Beef started in 2017, catering to the high-quality, locally raised beef market.

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“Wagyu smells different, tastes different, and your body metabolizes it differently because it’s high in oleic acid,'' said Mack. “Wagyu is intensely marbled with healthy fat. That's where the flavor comes from.” Mack explains that Wagyu is considered a heart healthy red meat as it has a fatty acid profile that is much like olive oil and salmon with high levels of Omega 3s. “You go to a restaurant, and they’ll have all these things piled onto a burger. You don’t need to do that if you grab our burger. If you grabbed commercial burger and ours, you’re going to distinctively be able to tell the difference,” said Mack. “When you start going to the middle meats like steaks, it just gets that much better.” This marbling also causes it to cook differently from traditional red meat.

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Cook Premium Dakota Beef’s product low and slow because the level of marbling makes it easy to ruin. This method ensures the best outcome.

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“For those that like red meat protein, Wagyu is such a different eating experience than your commercial meat. It’s unique by itself. Not only is it full of tons of flavor, it’s extremely healthy for you.”

Calvin Mack

Try Premium Dakota Beef at a handful of restaurants around the state including Craft Fusion in Brookings, Jeffrey’s Superclub & Lounge in Kranzburg, Mavericks Steaks & Cocktails in Watertown, and Hot Mama Mack’s in Watertown. On the website, customers can choose to purchase individual cuts, ground burger, snack sticks, and lunch meat. There’s also an option to purchase different portions in bulk.

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RECIPE

Instant Pot Pot Roast Level: Easy

Ingredients 2-3 lb. Wagyu arm roast or soup bone roast 5 medium-sized potatoes, sliced 1 bag baby carrots 2 medium onions, quartered 2 packages brown gravy mix 2 cups water

Directions 1. Place roast in a six-quart instant pot or pressure cooker. Top with veggies. Mix gravy with water, and pour on top. 2. Secure lid and seal. Set on manual without warming feature for 60 minutes. 3. Let instant pot naturally release for 15-20 minutes before quick releasing. Serve. 76 |

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“When you eat Wagyu, the flavor just kind of explodes in your mouth.”

Calvin Mack

“Premium Dakota Beef is a family owned company that basically was started to give people an opportunity to try one piece of meat, bundles, quarters, halves, or wholes,” said Mack. Get an assortment of cuts from the whole cow or parts of the animal. Find cuts like chuck, flank, flat iron, skirt, brisket, sirloin, ribeye, New York strip, filet mignon tenderloin, and more. “When you buy from us, you know 100% that it’s from South Dakota,” said Mack.

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The farm also does its best to be environmentally conscious when raising the animal and shipping orders. “Our package insulation is made with non-GMO corn, and it’s biodegradable by water, minimizing our carbon footprint,” said Mack. “We’re a place you’d feel comfortable buying from because we’re paying attention to that stuff.”

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Moving forward, Mack says the company hopes to do what they do best. “[Premium Dakota Beef aims] to keep raising a value-added product that has many beneficial health aspects and keep offering it to people

locally and across the US who are looking for a better eating experience.”

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THE LODGE AT DEADWOOD WRITTEN BY DAWN GEERTSEMA PHOTOS BY CAILYN PATTERSON

Situated at the northern end of Deadwood, The Lodge at Deadwood has something for people of all ages. The Lodge is home to two on-site restaurants, over 100 hotel rooms, a large casino floor, and a convention center for events.

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DINING EXPERIENCE Guests, tourists, and locals alike have access to two different dining experiences. At Oggie’s Sports Bar & Emporium, get breakfast, lunch, or dinner for the whole family with classic bar foods and a few fun signature items. Try Oggie’s Famous Wings, chicken tenders, pizza, or burgers. Or for something a little different, grab the Whiskey Sirloin, Mangkok Shrimp, or Boulder Canyon Walleye. Deadwood Grille, on the other hand, has a menu with items better suited for the fine dining environment. Decked out with wooden furniture, the restaurant has warm lighting for a relaxing atmosphere to dine. This menu offers more ornate dishes like Bacon-Wrapped Shrimp, Tuscan Beef Gnocchi, Macadamia Halibut, Peppered Ribeye, Brown Butter Chicken, Tatanka Filet, or Shrimp Scampi.

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RECIPE:

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INGREDIENTS 20 medium raw deveined shrimp 12 strips of bacon ½ cup diced red bell pepper ½ cup diced sweet onion 1 ½ cups chicken broth 1 ½ cups evaporated milk ¾ cups quick cook grits ½ teaspoon of salt 1 cup shredded cheddar cheese Cajun seasoning

INSTRUCTIONS 1. Bring chicken broth and evaporated milk to a boil in a large saucepan. Stir in grits and salt, and return to a boil. Reduce heat to low, cover, and simmer grits until thick, stirring often for about five minutes. Stir in cheddar until melted. Set grits aside, and cover to keep warm. 2. Halve 10 slices of bacon. Place shrimp in a bowl and season with salt, pepper, and a dash of Cajun seasoning. Wrap shrimp with the bacon, securing with a toothpick and add to a medium-heat grill or lightly oiled pan. Cook on each side until the bacon is done, approximately three to four minutes per side.

3. When the shrimp is done add diced red bell pepper, sweet onion, and two slices of bacon. Cook until bacon is crisp enough to crumble and the onions are translucent. 4. Spread grits into a plate, top with two to three bacon-wrapped shrimp and the crispy bacon/bell pepper/sweet onion mixture. Garnish with additional cheese.

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HOTEL STAYS This year, The Lodge is working on the finishing touches of a building addition, adding 45 more rooms. “With our expansion, we’ll be at 185 rooms,” said general manager Anthony Galbraith. One of the most popular parts of the addition is a two-floor suite. “It’s for high rollers who want to spend extra to have a great experience in the hills,” said Galbraith. “We get calls daily about it. The word is out there. The word of mouth is huge in South Dakota. Brides have talked to us about it. Meeting groups want it as a gathering spot.” The room is equipped with a kitchen, two fireplaces, one and a half bathrooms, a kingsized bed, and a spacious balcony. “It’s not done yet, but there’ll be nothing like it in the Black Hills,” said Galbraith. “There’s an amazing view.”

View from the two-story suite, which is currently under construction.

Other room options include queen deluxes, king rooms, suites, and standard double queens. “King spa suites are a king-sized bed, a living area with a bar and refrigerator, fold-out couch, and a jacuzzi. We’re adding decks onto those as well,” said Galbraith.

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Wherever guests stay in the resort, they have access to a pool and a play area for children. “We have a Water Playland in our pool area,” said Galbraith. “Kids love it, and families love it.” Kids can play pirates on a pirate ship, brave the floating lily pads, take cover under the mushroom, and slide through the killer whale waterslide. Adults and older children can play a game of basketball from the pool or soak in the hot tub.

HOSTING EVENTS Attached to The Lodge is a large convention center. “[We host] everything from weddings to meeting groups to food shows to exhibits to auctions. It’s the whole gambit,” said Galbraith.

“With fall leaves changing, we still get pretty good weather out here in October for the most part. It’s pretty nice.”

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The largest space is Pine Crest Ballroom, which can be divided into two to four different event spaces with access to screens, garage doors, and more. There’s also options for smaller groups with the small conference rooms, the boardroom, and the Deadwood Grille. “We’re busy year round with convention groups,” explained Galbraith. For any event, keep in mind that there is on-site catering for anything from drinks to custom menus.

GAMING + SPORTS On the casino floor, there’s the BetLodge Sportsbook with nearly 50 chairs and over 30 counter stools to watch the game. The seamless screen is 42 feet and can play up to 12 different streams at one time. Bet on baseball, basketball, fighting, football, golf, hockey, the Olympics, racing rodeo, soccer, or tennis.

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What should people know about South Dakota Pork Producers Council? It is our pleasure to serve our South Dakota pork producers and be their voice. That being said, our producers are always happy to visit with their consumers. If anybody would like to get in contact with one of our producers about their practices, we would be happy to connect you with them. What should people know about you? I come from a beef cattle background. Being on staff for the South Dakota Pork Producers Council, I am constantly asked if I own or produce pigs. I also get asked why I work for the pork producers if I grew up with cattle. The answer is easy: my true passion is animal agriculture and advocating for our industry.

Written by Dawn Geertsema Photos by Emily Swan South Dakota’s pork production ranks No. 9 in the nation, according to South Dakota Pork Producers Council director of programs and communications Cagney Effling. She says they aim to move up the list.

What else are you passionate about? I am truly passionate about animal agriculture. Specifically, I have a passion for raising purebred beef cattle. My family has an operation in Highmore, SD, that I truly enjoy going back to and helping with in my spare time.

“Our organization represents over 900 producers in the state of South Dakota,” said Effling. She has always been involved with agriculture, so she says it was a no-brainer to set up her career in the industry. Learn more about Effling and South Dakota Pork.

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What’s your favorite place to go for inspiration? I come from a small community in central South Dakota, which is where my passion for agriculture was ignited. I love going back to my roots and remembering why I started what I am doing. What’s next for you? I want to use all of my experiences in life to be the best version of myself. I want to learn from different occurrences to help discover what I’m truly meant to do. I want to find the things I am truly passionate about and talented at in this life and use them to make a difference.

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