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CONTENTS VOL. 13 | NO. 10 NOVEMBER 2021

THIS MONTH’S FEATURES

FOOD + DRINK 28

AN UNEXPECTED TWIST | KRINGLES GOURMET SNACKS

CULTURE + ENTERTAINMENT 68

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22nd Annual Holiday Festival of Trees November 19 LAKE AREA TECHNICAL COLLEGE | WATERTOWN | 6 P.M.

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Join Lake Area Technical College in the 22nd Annual Holiday Festival of Trees, a fundraiser for scholarships, programs, and campus upgrades. Start with the Silent Auction, and mingle over the hors d’oeuvres while you’re surrounded by twinkling Christmas trees and wreaths that were donated by various businesses. A live auction will also take place, followed by a performance by Neon Gypsy to bring the festival to a close. MORE INFO: LAKEAREATECH.EDU.

Christmas at the Capitol 2021 November 24-December 26 SOUTH DAKOTA STATE CAPITOL | PIERRE | 8 A.M. This year’s theme for the Christmas at the Capitol in Pierre is Winter Wishes. Take in the spirit of the season humming along to festive songs, and stroll through the halls of the South Dakota State Capitol, which will be brimming with glittering ornaments, ornate wreaths, and plenty of garnished trees. MORE INFO: CHRISTMASATTHECAPITOL.SD.GOV.

Hall of Trees November 27 MEAD CULTURAL EDUCATION CENTER | YANKTON | TIMES VARY Tour through the Mead Cultural Education Center’s Hall of Trees—a display of up to 50 Christmas trees—to get festive for the holiday season. Other displays include the new Tonka toy and exhibits of snow globes, which will be created by local collectors. MORE INFO: MEADBUILDING.ORG.

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Olde Tyme Christmas Parade and Celebration Kick-Off November 26 VARIOUS LOCATIONS | HILL CITY | 5 P.M. With Thanksgiving in the rearview, join Hill City in the Old Tyme Christmas Parade and Celebration Kick-Off, preparing for the month-long celebration with plenty of holiday festivities. Start with roasted chestnuts and cider at Alpine Inn before watching the parade after. Don’t forget to bring the kids to pick up an apple and share their lists with Santa and Mrs. Claus at Old World Plaza. MORE INFO: HILLCITYSD.COM.

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CRAFTED IN THE

BLACK HILLS, SERVED WITH

SIOUX FALLS PRIDE Find us on the south side of the Western Mall. MINERBREWINGSIOUXFALLS.COM

29th Annual Parade of Lights November 26 DOWNTOWN | SIOUX FALLS | 7:30 P.M. Huddle down the stretch of Phillips Avenue in downtown Sioux Falls for the 29th Annual Parade of Lights. This year’s theme is Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree, which is a nod to the tree lighting ceremony at Washington Pavilion. After awards are given for the best decorated tree on a float, head to Holiday Inn City Centre for an after party. MORE INFO: DTSF.COM.

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Holiday Celebr ation & Winter MarkeT

November 27

MAIN STREET SQUARE | RAPID CITY | 2 P.M. Before watching the 23rd Annual Festival of Lights Parade make its way through downtown Rapid City, get in the spirit with the Holiday Celebration & Winter Market in Main Street Square. Pick up perfect, handmade gifts from local vendors, glide over the rink in a pair of skates, and watch the annual tree lighting. MORE INFO: MAINSTREETSQUARE.ORG. PRAIRIE BERRY LLC | HILL CITY, SD


EVENTS

N OV E M B E R 202 1 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

ABERDEEN

5

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+LITTLE TEXAS

Dakota Event Center, Aberdeen. 7 p.m. More info: dakotaeventcenter. com.

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Dakota Event Center, Aberdeen. Noon. More info: dakotaeventcenter. com.

13, 19, 26-27

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+ABERDEEN WINGS

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

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+WINTERFEST

Civic Arena, Aberdeen. 10 a.m. More info: aberdeenareaartscouncil. com.

25 _____________________________ +TURKEY TROT 5K,

BEER MILE, AND DEW DASH

The Market on the Plaza, Aberdeen. 8 a.m. More info: visitaberdeensd. com.

BELLE FOURCHE

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+MUSIC

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+NITTY GRITTY DIRT

Belle Fourche. 5:30 p.m. More info: bellefourchechamber.org.

Oscar Larson Theatre, Brookings. Times vary. More info: tix.com.

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

BRANDON

27

+SHOP SMALL SATURDAY

Brandon. All day. More info: brandonvalleychamber.com.

PLAY

30

CHANCE BONANZA RODEO

+FOURTH WALL ENSEMBLE

Founders Recital Hall, Brookings. 2:30 p.m. More info: sdstate.edu.

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+WARRIORS

SCRAMBLE INDOOR GOLF TOURNAMENT Tee’d Off Golf Simulators, Brookings. Times vary. More info: visitbrookings.com.

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Grap’s Burgers & Brews, Belle Fourche. 7 p.m. More info: bellefourcheact.com.

+GIFTING FOR GOOD Agricultural Heritage Museum, Brookings. 10 a.m. More info: sdstate.edu.

FESTIVAL & BIRD DOG CHALLENGE

+LESLIE ODOM, JR

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THE CHRISTMAS TOUR

Oscar Larson Theatre, Brookings. 7:30 p.m. More info: woodbineproductions.com.

CUSTER

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

FLANDREAU

BUFFALO AUCTION

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Custer State Park, Custer. 10 a.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

DEADWOOD

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+WYNONNA AND THE BIG NOISE

Royal River Casino, Flandreau. 8 p.m. More info: royalrivercasino.com.

+HAIRBALL

HILL CITY

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

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+THREE DOG NIGHT Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. 8 p.m. More info: deadwoodmountaingrand.com.

+BIG WHISKEY

Deadwood. 4 p.m. More info: deadwood.com.

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+KOE WETZEL

5-7

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+GIRLFRIENDS' WEEKEND

Hill City. All day. More info: hillcitygirlfriends.com.

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+OLDE TYME

CHRISTMAS PARADE AND CELEBRATION KICK-OFF

Hill City. 5 p.m. More info: hillcitysd. com.

26-27

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

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+1880 TRAIN

1880 Train, Hill City. Times vary. More info: 1880train.com.

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+PARADE OF LIGHTS

Dakota Avenue, Huron. 7 p.m. More info: travelsouthdakota.com.

+WILLIAMS & REE

+56TH ANNUAL

Swiftel Center, Brookings. Times vary. More info: suttonrodeo.com.

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+RINGNECK

Huron. All day. More info: huronsd. com.

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+PRCA FIRST

BAND

4-6

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BROOKINGS

5-6

HURON

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+THE THANKSGIVING

NIGHT

+MR. BEAUTIFUL FORK

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+LIGHT UP THE

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+CYRUS STEELE

Homestake Opera House, Lead. 7 p.m. More info: deadwood.com.

12-14

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+ALL TOGETHER NOW

Homestake Opera House, Lead. 7 p.m. More info: deadwood.com.

LENNOX

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+FALL CRAFT AND VENDOR SHOW

Lincoln County Fairgrounds, Lennox. 9 a.m. More info: facebook. com.

MITCHELL

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+HAIRBALL

Corn Palace, Mitchell. 7:30 p.m. More info: cornpalace.com.


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+HOLIDAY ARTS

+21ST ANNUAL

CHRISTMAS CRAFT SHOW

Masonic Hall, Mitchell. 9 a.m. More info: visitmitchell.com.

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PARADE OF LIGHTS

Pierre Street, Pierre. 6 p.m. More info: pierre.org.

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+CASA'S GOT TALENT Highland Conference Center, Mitchell. 5 p.m. More info: mitchellcasa.networkforgood.com.

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+PARADE OF LIGHTS AND CHRISTMAS AT THE PALACE

Main Street, Mitchell. 7 p.m. More info: cornpalace.com.

NORTH SIOUX CITY

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+CHRISTMAS AT THE HOMESTEAD

Adams Homestead and Nature Preserve, North Sioux City. Noon. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

PIERRE/FORT PIERRE

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+MOOSE LODGE CRAFT SHOW

Moose Lodge, Fort Pierre. 8 a.m. More info: pierre.org.

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+GRAND LIGHTING CEREMONY

South Dakota State Capitol, Pierre. 6:30 p.m. More info: pierre.org.

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+CHRISTMAS AT THE CAPITOL

South Dakota State Capitol, Pierre. 8 a.m. More info: christmasatthecapitol.sd.gov.

RAPID CITY

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+MASTERCHEF LIVE! The Monument, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

5

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+JALAN CROSSLAND

Aby's Feed Seed, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: abysfeedseed.com.

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

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+RARE BEERFEST

Independent Ale House, Rapid City. 1 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+BEST FOR LAST

Discovery Center, Pierre. 5:30 p.m. More info: sd-discovery.org.

Black Hills Community Theater, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: bhct.org.

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+BLACK HILLS WORKS GALA

The Monument, Rapid City. 5 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

10, 12-13, 17, 19-20 _____________________________ +RAPID CITY RUSH

The Monument, Rapid City. 8:05 p.m. More info: rapidcityrush.com.

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+FOR KING AND COUNTRY

The Monument, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: forkingandcountry.com.

+VETERANS DAY CEREMONY

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

Willem Volkersz Canadian Hero

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+THE GOODS ART PARTY

The Dahl, Rapid City. 5-8 p.m. More info: rapidcityartscouncil.org.

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+REAL LIFE WOMENS CONFERENCE

The Monument, Rapid City. 8 a.m. More info: themonument.live.

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+JULIUS CEASAR

WILLEM VOLKERSZ

+4GMX INDOOR MOTORCROSS

Central States Fairgrounds, Rapid City. More info: 4gmotorcross.com.

MUSEUM STORE Artwork • Beads • Books • Gifts

HOLIDAY SALE November 18th -20th

SouthDakotaArtMuseum.com

1036 Medary Ave•Brookings FREE ADMISSION & PARKING


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N OV E M B E R 202 1 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

+4TH ANNUAL THE MOUNTAIN WEST BEERFEST

The Monument, Rapid City. 1 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

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The Monument, Rapid City. 3 p.m. More info: themonument.live.

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+HOLIDAY ART MARKET

The Dahl, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: rapidcityartscouncil.org.

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SIOUX FALLS

4

+SPORTS

+GET INVOLVED

7

+HOLIDAY OPEN HOUSE

Simply Perfect, Sioux Falls. 5 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+LANCO WITH

DYLAN SCHNEIDER The District, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: thedistrictsf.com.

+ZACH BRYAN

+DAVID MERCER

+BROKEN WORSHIP

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The District, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: thedistrictsf.com.

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: broken-worship.com.

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+LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

The Monument, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: zacbrownband.com.

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+23RD ANNUAL

FESTIVAL OF THE LIGHTS PARADE

Downtown, Rapid City. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

+HOLIDAY

CELEBRATION & WINTER MARKET

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

+SUMMER FEST 2021 Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. 6 a.m. More info: dennysanfordpremiercenter.com.

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+ARTISTS OF THE

PLAINS ART SHOW

Various locations, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: augie.edu.

+MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL

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

6, 13, 19-20, 26-27 _____________________________

30 +SIOUX FALLS _____________________________ STAMPEDE

+GIVING TUESDAY

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

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

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+STYX

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

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The District, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: the district.com.

+TRANS-SIBERIAN

W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: blackincevents.com.

12-14

ORCHESTRA

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

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+ KYLE KINANE AND SEAN JORDAN

Icon Lounge, SIoux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: collectiveeffortsunion.com.

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+PETER AND THE STARCATCHER

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

+QUIANA LYNELL

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. 8 p.m. More info: siouxfallsorpheum. com.

+NITTY GRITTY DIRT BAND

The District, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: the districtsf.com.

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+WINTER

+BLUE HAVEN

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

+ARETHA: A TRIBUTE Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

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+SIOUX EMPIRE ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW

Denny Sanford PREMIER Center, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: dennysanfordpremiercenter.com.

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+BONE THUGS-N-

12-13 _____________________________

AN ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR

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HARMONY

+AUTUMN FESTIVAL:

Falls Park, Sioux Falls. All day. More info: experiencesiouxfalls.com.

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Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

19-20

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WONDERLAND

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+PRAIRIE OF VOICES 5 Washington Pavilion, Sioux _____________________________

+ZAC BROWN BAND

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

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

+MANNHEIM

21 _____________________________

+CHRIS STAPLETON

TRUST

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

The Monument, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: mannheimsteamroller.com.

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

+BLACK MARKET 4-6 _____________________________

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+MANNHEIM

STEAMROLLER

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

26-28

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+BEAUTIFUL THE CAROLE KING MUSICAL

Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

26

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+29TH ANNUAL

PARADE OF LIGHTS

Downtown, Sioux Falls. 7:30 p.m. More info: dtsf.com.


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+JINGLE BELL RUN

Fawick Park, Sioux Falls. 9 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

+SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY

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

SPEARFISH

6 _____________________________ +SULTRY SHIMMY BELLY DANCE

Iron Phnx, Spearfish. 10 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

12-14, 19-21

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+CHRISTMAS BELLES Matthews Opera House, Spearfish. Times vary. More info: matthewsopera.com.

20

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+PUNK NIGHT

Iron Phnx, Spearfish. 10 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

STURGIS

2

WATERTOWN

7

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+CRYSTAL GAYLE

Dakota Sioux Casino, Watertown. 5 p.m. More info: dakotasioux.com.

8

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+AUDITIONS FOR

MISSING MOUNTAIN MYSTERY The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 3:30 p.m. More info: thegossoperahouse.com.

17-21

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+SORRY! WRONG CHIMNEY!

Town Players, Watertown. Times vary. More info: townplayers.net.

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+22ND ANNUAL

HOLIDAY FESTIVAL OF TREES

Lake Area Tech, Watertown. 6 p.m.. More info: lakeareatech.edu.

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+VENDOR & CRAFT

+SMALL BUSINESS

Watertown Mall, Watertown. 10 a.m. More info: thewatertownmall. com.

SATURDAY

Sturgis. All day. More info: sturgisareachamber.com.

TEA

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MARKET

+EAST OF

WESTREVILLE

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

+NATIONAL

LAMPOON’S CHRISTMAS VACATION: DINNER & A MOVIE

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

YANKTON

4-6

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+SOUTH DAKOTA LOCAL FOODS CONFERENCE

Virtual. Times vary. More info: sdspecialtyproducers.org.

11-14

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+THE MARVELOUS WONDERETTES

Mount Marty, Yankton. Times vary. More info: visityanktonsd.com.

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+YANKTON CURLING CLUB HOUSE GAMES FUNDRAISER

Various locations, Yankton. Times vary. More info: yanktonsd.com.

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+HALL OF TREES

Mead Building, Yankton. Times vary. More info: meadbuilding.org.

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+VENDOR AND

H AV E A N E V E N T ?

Prairie View Event Hall, Tea. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

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by Alana Snyder Harvest was in full swing at Rix Farms in Groton when I stopped by on a fall afternoon. Tracy Rix and her children—Conrad, Roscoe, and Gideon—were helping season the pork for dinner at the kitchen island. “You should really go outside and see the pigs,” Tracy said. I headed out back, and three pigs were rolling around, caked with fresh mud after some rain that morning. Two of the boys followed me and were taking turns jumping off haystacks. “We have just completed soybeans and are about half done with our corn harvest,” said Grant, the farmer, husband, and father.

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+FACT Grant serves as the president of the South Dakota Corn Utilization Council, is on the Groton Area School Board, is on the North East Special Education Co-op board of directors, and serves as the treasurer of the Brown County Mud Creek Watershed District.

The farm has six employees currently, including Grant, his father, Roger, and his brother, Jarrett. “Our family farming operation started with my great grandfather, Floyd, in 1920 by renting all the ground from a Minneapolis banker,” said Grant. “After 20 years of renting, he wanted to own land, so he bought the farm that our main operation is located on.” Floyd’s sons, Gerald and William, joined him in the operation. Gerald’s son, Roger, followed suit after receiving a degree in agronomy from South Dakota State University in 1975. Grant also received his degree in agronomy, and he and Jarrett are the fourth generation on the farm. “Our farm raises corn, soybeans, and seed soybeans,” Grant said. “My wife and kids and I also have a bit of a hobby farm where we raise three heritage breed pigs and a small flock of chickens.”

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“I have always loved agriculture. There is always something to do. You can be in the office in the morning, and then be working on something in the shop in the afternoon.” -Grant Rix

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Try the Rix’s pork recipe. Rub Ingredients

Glaze Ingredients

• 2 T brown sugar

• 1 1/2 cups apple cider

• 2 tsp chili powder

• 1/4 cups maple syrup

• 1 tsp garlic powder

• 1 T Dijon mustard

• 1 tsp salt

• 1/2 tsp crushed red pepper

• 1/2 tsp pepper

• 1/2 tsp salt

The Rix family started raising pigs after Grant’s sister-in-law had extra piglets. “My sister-in-law raises pigs as certified organic and grain-free animals and sells the meat to individuals and a local co-op food market under the name Bumpy Road Ranch,” he said. “My wife and I decided it would be fun to raise our own pork, and it would be a great teaching opportunity for our children to know where their food comes from.” While the children are still young, they “do what they can” to feed and water the pigs.

• 1 T olive oil

Instructions

Grant hopes generational farming will continue at the Rix Farms.

Take four pork chops, and season both sides with the rub. Heat a

“Farming is a very noble way of life,” he said. “It is a service to food production for the whole world. Farmers raise the food everyone eats, and it all starts with the soil.”

cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat. Sear one side, and glaze the other. Wait two minutes, and flip. Apply glaze to that side, and immediately put the skillet into a 450-degree oven. Bake until desired doneness: for around eight minutes.

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A myth Grant hopes to clear up is that farmers only care about getting the most out of their commodity. “Farmers and ranchers care about everything they do,” he said. “Whether it is the soil health, the health of their animals, or the health of their neighbors in their community.” With an average harvest after a dry summer, Grant says 2022 is looking promising thus far. “We have recently caught some good rains in late August and September that have built up our soil water profile, so spring is already looking to have a great start,” he said.

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by Dawn Geertsema When Patrick Koster and his wife Melinda Sellers Koster began selling some of their homemade treats, they had no idea their world was about to shift. What once was a family love of creating new snacks in their kitchen was about to expand into so much more: Kringles Gourmet Snacks. “We basically took all of our snacks and everything we made at home and brought it to our store,” said Melinda.

They introduced their snacks, mainly a slew of handcrafted pretzels, at their Mitchell craft lemonade shop, LemonHeads, to accompany their 17 lemonade flavors. With the shop being right across the street from The World’s Only Corn Palace during peak traveling season, tourists and locals alike got a taste and were hooked. From there, the couple built Kringles Gourmet Snacks to share their caramel-coated and seasoning-brined pretzels with the world.

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“When you get something that’s made from scratch, it’s like Grandma used to make,” said Patrick. “Your taste buds don’t know what to do with it because it's picking up all of these tastes that you crave.” During the pandemic, the snack sales soared despite shipping only from calls and other inquiries. Social distancing inside of their homes, people were scooping up the Kosters’s treats faster than they imagined.

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“It kept getting busier and busier,” said Melinda, adding that they were taking on a few extra hands and currently have a total of 11 employees with plans to expand.

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Patrick put his 18 years of marketing experience to use and built a website, which brought the business from their home to a warehouse that they have since outgrown. They plan to create 4,000 square feet of additional workspace, according to Melinda.

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“We’re growing tremendously fast,” said Patrick. “We have prided ourselves on the fact that wherever we go, the product sells really quickly. Once people find it, they keep coming back and buying more.” The interest in their preservative-free products is attributed to their detailed creation process and their dedication to quality and bold flavors. “We’re the only company in the United States that does the process that we do,” said Patrick. “The pretzels sit in a brine for 24 hours, and we hand container everything. Everything we make is handcrafted.” Patrick has curated a scratch-made caramel to pair with various sweet-flavored options, including Birthday Cake and Toasted Samoa.

We can take our product, set it down on a table and say, ‘Try it.’ There are people that don’t like pretzels that have become huge fans of our products.” -Patrick Koster

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Some of their hand-picked flavors are savory, like Garden Vegetable, Ragin’ Cajun, Zesty Ranch, and Parmesan Garlic.

Recipe

Creamy Zuppa Toscana Makes 7-8 quarts Ingredients » » » » » » » » »

22 cups of water ½ tsp red pepper flakes 1 tsp parsley 4 tsp garlic 4 tsp oregano 2 tsp salt ½ tsp pepper ½ tsp marjoram 10 chicken bouillon cubes » 1 small bag shredded parmesan cheese

» 4 potatoes, peeled and diced » 1 lb. ground sausage » 1 lb. of link sausage » 4 cups half and half » 4 sticks of butter » 2.5 cups flour » 2 cups kale or spinach

Melinda says Kringles boasts one of the hottest pretzel flavors in the U.S., Lucifer’s Straight Jacket. Scorchin’ Insanity, Scorpion Buffalo, and Hellfire Hot Reaper also bring the heat. “All of the seasonings that we make and create will all go into dips or cream cheese spreads, so we’ll have a whole seasoning line soon, as well,” said Patrick, who is hopeful to launch them in the holiday season. “We have our seasoned sesame sticks and seasoned nuts, so everything that we have is multi-use.”

Instructions Add parsley, garlic, oregano, salt, pepper, marjoram, and chicken bouillon cubes to water and bring to a boil. In a separate pot, boil potatoes until soft. Then drain and set aside. Brown ground sausage and link sausage in a pan. Remove link sausage, slice into quarter-inch slices, and set aside. In the same pan used to cook the sausage, melt four sticks of butter. Then slowly stir in the flour. It should be the consistency of a thick paste. Do not let the roux burn. After the roux is ready, scrape it into the pot with the seasonings, and whisk until it starts to thicken. Combine the half and half with the cooked diced potatoes, sausage, and kale/spinach, and stir. Finish by stirring in the small bag of shredded parmesan cheese.

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“Our numbers have tripled from what they were last year, if not quadrupled, and we haven’t even hit the holiday season yet.” -Patrick Koster Across five states, Kringles distributes to about 108 locations and may expand into select Hy-Vee locations, as the company reached out asking to stock Kringles pretzels. “We don’t want to be on every street corner,” said Patrick. “That’s not our model. We select where we go, and we don’t target every business.” But as business booms, they have some ideas for how to cultivate that growth. “We’ve talked about doing other markets—of putting a retail store in where we’d combine the LemonHeads brand and the Kringles brand," said Patrick. "We’ve looked at the Sioux Falls market and the Omaha market.” Patrick added, “We’re looking at potentially doing something in 2022 where we actually have a physical Kringles location.”

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by Alana Snyder Habits are hard to break. Flash back to February 2019, and I was in the best shape I had been in a decade. Flash forward to August 2021, and I had put on 15 pounds (or more depending on the week) from stress, work, and the like. Grumbles of “next week” or “I’ll do better tomorrow” occurred far too often with little-to-zero follow through, so when the opportunity presented itself to try a weight loss program through Profile by Sanford, I jumped at the chance. Something had to change. It started with a Profile coach pairing a nutrition plan that best aligned with my body composition and goals. Manager and store operations team member, Tierney Elliott was my coach at the South Minnesota Avenue location, who I visited with once a week during the program trial. Coaching can happen in person or virtually.

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“The trial offer is just to be able to come in, try out the program, and taste test the foods,” said Elliott. “I think that’s the thing with diet culture: ‘Am I really going to like these foods?’” One of the biggest myths about Profile by Sanford, says Elliott, is that it’s “only shakes and bars.” “That’s the biggest barrier I hear from members, which is why the trial is so great. You get to see the variety of food and test how great it tastes before making a long-term commitment,” she said.

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Profile by Sanford helps members reach their goals through: One-on-one health coaching, education, and tools that assist in prioritizing long-term success. Profile has helped nearly 200,000 people lose more than 3 million pounds and jumpstart living a healthy lifestyle. For those who want to give it a try, a two-week trial is available for $49, plus the cost of food. “Meeting with a coach really helps. We’re very much in a ‘do it on our own’ mindset, but we’ve seen that members are three times more likely to meet their goal weight when meeting with the coach regularly because the accountability is next to none,” said Elliott.

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During our first meeting, we went through a detailed (but quick) program onboarding setup, including recording my goal weight and going over grocery lists for dinners and daily routines. From there, we did a 3D body scan, where I went into a room solo and received a 360-degree image of my body shape with statistics, including measurements, weight, body fat, etc. Following the scan, we went shopping in the Profile store for products that were in my custom nutrition plan. The first week entails additional fortified protein shakes and bars in comparison to the rest of the program, which includes more whole foods, Profile meals, soups, and snacks.

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“Everything tastes great. We have a lot of different food options, like desserts, entrées, pasta items, soups, hot drinks, fruit drinks,” said Elliott. Their food has branched out so much so that they recently launched Profile Fresh, which is a meal subscription service where members can order food online and have it delivered to the their home. “It comes right to your door and fits within our meal plans,” said Elliott. “I already have my go-tos. There’s a lot of variety without the extra prep and clean up.”

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“It’s cool to have members excited for the scan. We focus on the first check-in to see the non-scale victories and things outside of the scale that have made progress.” -Tierney Elliott

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The off-the-shelf options also have seasonal specials, like the fall Maple Pecan Shake and the Pumpkin Spice Shake. Elliott says the main focus of the program is to create long-term lifestyle changes. “Your experience isn’t over at your goal weight. Working with Profile is doing the work, making those lasting changes, doing the journey education with your coach, because all of those things are the reasons that weight would come back on,” she said. “Learning to make lasting changes are more beneficial while we’re seeing the weight loss in the first phase of the program. Then, as we’re maintaining weight loss, we have the mentality of what good behavior looks like.” A great way to work the program is through the new app that has resources for education modules, recipes, and more.

“There are no additional supplements that members need to take with our program. All of our foods are completely fortified with the vitamins and minerals that we need in the day.” -Tierney Elliott 50 |

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No Bake Brownie Bites A delicious, low-carb treat.

Ingredients • 1 package of Profile Chocolate Brownie Shake. • 3 T water • 2 T almond flour

Instructions Mix all ingredients in a small dish. Using a teaspoon, scoop “dough” into hand, and roll into a ball. Refrigerate for 15 minutes, and enjoy! Profile Exchange // One meal replacement, one fat.

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“Coming back weekly, we reflect on what we learned the previous week, what we need to work on, and then continue to build on that activity and education,” said Elliott. I’m excited to say that not only have I lost almost 10 pounds, but I (more importantly) changed my eating habits and learned new daily routines, like replacing a meal with a bar or shake and saying no to fried foods and yes to vegetables.

This program actually worked well for me because of the accountability, the literature and app that helped guide my daily activities, and the fact that the team gives you all of the tools you need to be successful. I look forward to continuing these changes.

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Another huge part of Profile’s program is drinking water, and I went from drinking hardly one glass a day to five tumblers of water a day.

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When Jake Collins got a call from Lamont Companies about working in their newest restaurant, Three22 Kitchen & Cocktails in Aberdeen, as chef and general manager, he knew the opportunity was too good to pass up.

“I was leaving my former job and was working on another project that ended up falling through,” said Collins. “I reached out to the bank that owned the property to inquire and found out there were two people already working on the project.”

When those people ended up being from Lamont Companies, of whom Collins was already familiar with, he says it made sense that they were “crazy enough to want to open up a restaurant in the middle of COVID.”

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Now, five months after opening, business is booming as this trendy restaurant offers dishes inspired by both Collins’s and the owners’ travels. “We talked about the idea of what could we do in Aberdeen that you don’t see in every place in Aberdeen?” said Collins.

“We have a really modern vibe and a lot of cool artwork on the walls. Then you sit down and start looking at the menu and think, ‘Oh, this is differnet.’” –Jake Collins The most popular item on the menu is the Bruschetta Board: slices of grilled Asiago cheese baguettes and several choices for toppings, including steak pieces, smashed avocado, and smoked salmon. Collins says the chef ’s choice is the most popular option. Another favorite is the Smash House Burger, which includes two smashed burger patties on a toasted brioche bun with a choice of cheese and extra toppings. Collins’s favorite item on the menu is the Shrimp Burger, which is a handmade shrimp patty with lemon caper slaw, tomato, and avocado on a brioche bun. “Initially I thought, ‘Hey, this will be a great summertime thing.’ But even as we move into the fall, we still sell a ton of them,” said Collins.

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But Collins’s true passion is wine and cocktails, and the extensive cocktail menu reflects that. “I love cocktails, but I, myself, have never been a bartender,” he said. “Not a bar guy.” Luckily Three22’s bar manager Kris Klipfel created several drinks to make sure the restaurant’s drink menu offers something for everyone. Some of these cocktails include The Main and Smoked Manhattan. The Main is made with Bombay Sapphire Gin, fresh strawberries, and Odell IPA. And the Smoked Manhattan is a twist on the classic cocktail using Jack Daniels rye whiskey and is smoked with real wood.

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Tequila Sidecar » 2 oz. Casamigos Reposado Tequila » 1 oz. Grand Marnier Liqueur » ½ oz. fresh squeezed lemon juice Prepare a chilled coupe glass with Turbinado sugar on the rim. Shake the cocktail with ice, double strain into prepared glass, and garnish with a lemon twist.

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“What’s fun is that there really wasn’t anybody in Aberdeen doing any smoke,” said Collins. One of Collins’s picks for the drink menu is the New York Sour, which features an Oak & Eden Rye Spire whiskey floated with pinot noir. There are also classic cocktails, like the Cosmopolitan, French 75, and Old Fashioned, along with beer and wine options.

“Every time I talk to a table that hasn’t been into the restaurant, they are like, ‘Oh my gosh, who would have thought that we could get this in Aberdeen?’” he said. “They’d expect to see it in Sioux Falls, or they expect to see it in Fargo.”

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Enter Sioux Falls Simplified, Raposa’s news outlet and weekly newsletter with to-the-point stories about the news that she feels are essential to know. Each story is typically a one-minute read to a three-minute read. “I recognize that most people (okay, all people) are busy, and many aren’t taking the time to read in-depth news stories or tune in to a TV news program,” she said. “So I wanted to simplify the news and bring the headlines and bullet points to people in their inbox.” Raposa shared with the 605 team her favorite places to frequent in Sioux Falls and the surrounding areas that may not be journalistically newsworthy, but that she deems noteworthy.

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Anytime someone asks me where I want to meet for lunch downtown, I’m picking M.B. Haskett. I love their Brie on Baguette sandwich, but most often I’m choosing whatever they’ve got for a daily special.

If you’ve seen a lean, curly brown dog that’s faster than all the other dogs at Spencer Park, chances are it’s my half poodle, half German wirehaired pointer, Harper. She’s also often not far from my actual human child, who spends her time at the dog park pointing at every pup we see and saying, “Dog!”.

Augustana [University]’s campus is one of my favorite places. I’m biased, as an alumna myself, but I also live not far from campus and get to walk around it almost daily.

I’m also a big fan of all of the walking and hiking trails around the city. During the pandemic, my family hit the trails almost daily, alternating mainly between Good Earth State Park, Palisades State Park, and Great Bear Ski Valley.

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Speaking of Palisades State Park, it’s the most beautiful natural phenomenon in the area. [Falls Park is] great, but there’s something about the giant rock formations that just hit differently for me. It’s also where my husband and I had our wedding ceremony, so, again, maybe I’m just biased.

TACO TUESDAY OR ENCHILADA EVERY DAY

There’s never a bad time of day to have a meal at Giliberto’s [Mexican Taco Shop]. It’s one of those places where I could probably eat there every single day and never get sick of it. My go-to is the enchiladas with beans and rice on the side with lots of their green and red hot sauces.

HOME IS WHERE THE STORY BEGINS Though I work from home now, downtown Sioux Falls will always feel like my home away from home. My first (and only other) job was as a reporter and then editor at the Argus Leader, and I have such a special place in my heart for that building and its proximity to all of the arts, entertainment, food, and coffee in downtown Sioux Falls.

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1. I met my husband, Royal, because we both sold Cutco knives when we were in high school and early college. We were standing next to each other at a sales conference and struck up a conversation, and the rest is history.

2. I’ve always loved storytelling. As a kid, I would write little stories—real and madeup—about my friends or kids from school. When I was really little, too small to write, I would dictate stories to my mom to write down for me.

3. I started thinking about starting my own news outlet while I was on maternity leave with my daughter, Margot. She’s only about seven months older than Sioux Falls Simplified, so it’s basically like her sibling.

4. I’ve inherited my mom’s love of art, and one of my favorite things to do on vacation is to find an art museum. My absolute favorite was seeing the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam while Royal and I were on our honeymoon.

5. My dream job is to write the descriptions on wine bottles. They’re always so cheesy and over the top, and it would be so fun to just make up ridiculous turns of phrase to describe wine, which, let’s be real, just tastes like wine.

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Journalists work hard to ensure you know about the forces at work shaping your community: from how your tax dollars are spent to the success of your kids in school to the folks in town who need help and the folks who are helping.” -Megan Raposa

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Recipe Wassail

A cold-weather drink from the Sonsalla-Raposa household

Ingredients • ½ gallon of apple cider • 1 quart of cranberry juice • 2 cups of orange juice • 1 quart of hot tea (they use three tea bags of earl grey tea in four cups of water) • ½ cup sugar • 3 cinnamon sticks • 12 whole cloves

Instructions Add all the ingredients into a slow cooker, and let it make the entire house smell amazing. Then after about three to four hours, slice up an orange and float the slices in the wassail. Serve and enjoy!

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Here’s where my geeky journalist side comes out, but I really enjoy sitting in on local government meetings. It’s fascinating to see how decisions are made, and I spend a good amount of time either in person or virtually attending school board, city council, and other public meetings.

Another place that feels like home to me is barre3. I’ve been going to their workout classes for about three years now, and everyone is so friendly. The whole vibe is about taking care of yourself and modifying [workouts] to fit what your body needs, and I love that approach to exercise. T H E F O O D + D R I N K I S S U E novembe r 2 021

My favorite date nights involve going to see a local play, especially a smaller-scale production from a local theater company, like Monstrous Little Theatre Company or Bare Bodkins [Theatre Company]. There’s so much talent here—it’s great.


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Funkin Punkin P umpk in Porter

Taste the classic flavors of fall with a kick in Funkin Punkin, made with smoked pumpkin, smoked habanero, cinnamon, nutmeg, vanilla, and honey.

Covert Artisan Ales & Cellars | Sioux Falls

Say Cheese: Pumpkin Spice Spiced Fruited Sour

Say Cheese: Pumpkin Spice combines pumpkin with cinnamon, nutmeg, and vanilla to create a holiday inspired pastry sour.

Fernson Brewing Co. | Sioux Falls

Seed Series #113 Imperial Stout

It’s a dark, smooth, and warming beer. Seed Series #113 has dark chocolate tasting notes and an ABV of 9%.

Ben’s Brewing Co. | Yankton

Cold Brew Blonde Ale Blonde A le

Ben’s Brewing Co. is highlighting a light, clean blonde ale with 15 gallons of full-strength cold brew added.

Remedy Brewing CO. | Sioux Falls

Worthog

A merican Strong A le Worthog is a unique, complex beer with deep copper and light brown coloring and notes of toffee, fig, and a substantial C-hop bitterness.

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Bugling Bull Lager Munich Dunkel

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Big Ern's Magical Elixir Hoppy Rye Pilsner

Look's Beer Co. and the Sanford Health Foundation have joined forces. All November, $1 from every Big Ern's Magical Elixir sold will go to support men's health priorities at Sanford Health.

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Beer Branding Event November 27 | 2 p.m.

Select a suggested beer, and taste the deliciousness of branding with a fired stainless steel rod as it caramelizes the beer and changes the flavor into something new.

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by Dawn Geertsema As the fall foliage begins to shed its fiery leaves, and the summer gives into colder seasons, Miner Brewing Co. in Hill City, along with its taproom in Sioux Falls, is preparing to transition from a busy tourist season to focus on local supporters.


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Peach Ginger Cider

Fruited Cider/Hybrid Cider

This fruited cider finds a balance between fresh peach sweetness and mild green apple tartness. Juicy with a mild ginger note on the finish, it is made with apples from Krause Family Orchard.

“We may not have the time to chat with locals as much during the busy summer season, but they are our best advocates by not only having a beer in the taproom on a regular basis, but by recommending us to so many out of state travelers that are looking to try some local brews in an authentic Black Hills environment,” said Casey Nordine, taproom hospitality manager. “When we opened in November of 2013, our brewmaster Sandi Vojta had accumulated a small quantity of several different ingredients, and she used this eclectic mix to brew one of our first test batches with our new production equipment.”

After some persuasion from her staff, Vojta allowed the public to give it a taste. As the brewery celebrates its eighth anniversary this November, the staff is excited to welcome back this brew, now lovingly called Miner MUTT, as no one can seem to describe it or categorize it. Dropping temperatures will bring back the heated igloos at the Hill City location, a new addition from last winter. They’ll be available from November 15 to March 15. “Guests are invited to enjoy wine, beer, and a variety of food options, while taking in the views of the Black Hills during the day time or the magical ambiance of the illuminated igloo village at night,” said Nordine.

Looking ahead, Miner and its sister company, Prairie Berry Winery, are bringing back the Black Hills Winter Festival in 2022. “In February 2020, we hosted this inaugural event and saw over 1,000 people attend to enjoy s'mores, fat bike barrel racing, live music and more,” said Nordine. Despite the constant state of uncertainty in the world, Nordine says Miner’s goal will not change. He explained, “While our tactics and seasonal offerings change and adapt with the world around us, ultimately we are here to brighten the day of our guests, making the world a better place, one beer at a time.”+


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Eliza Blue by Dawn Geertsema

Eliza Blue is somewhat of a jack of all trades, as she never felt that a standard study-to-salary path was right for her.

“I am a musician, an author, a shepherd, and I produce and host a traveling concert TV show called Wish You Were Here with Eliza Blue,” she said. “My most creative endeavor, however, is probably parenting.” But before she found her path, she saw many changes in scenery. After many years of writing and performing her music in Minneapolis and on tour, she wound up heading to Bison, SD, to work on her music. When Blue first came to South Dakota, she didn’t expect to fall head over heels for it and what it had to offer. What she found, she says was pure joy she didn’t think she would ever be able to find.

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“Sometimes it feels like I am from everywhere and nowhere, but I’ve now been in South Dakota for 11 years, which is longer than I’ve lived almost anywhere else.” -Eliza Blue

“I spent the first half of my adulthood as a touring musician. Then I fell in love with two bottle lambs and a cowboy, and I knew my days on the road were over—at least as a full time job.” Blue then invested more time into writing, and she now has a weekly column titled “Little Pasture on the Prairie” carried by 12 publications, contributes to South Dakota Public Broadcasting and Prairie Public Radio, has a regular column with Daily Yonder, and has released her book called Accidental Rancher. “My latest project is a virtual gathering place for rural storytelling called The Home Farm Journal,” she said. “I love sharing my songs and stories with audiences, and I also love being there to tuck my kids in at night. Virtual offerings allow me to do both, and for that I am very thankful.” Blue shares more depth on her multifaceted life on the prairie.

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“My music is inspired by the prairie and the people who call it home.” -Eliza Blue

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And the Nominees Are… Wish You Were Here was nominated for the Upper Midwest Emmys under arts and entertainment in long form. The Emmy Awards Gala took place on October 9.

“I have a million projects going at once, but I feel very lucky to say I love all of them, so it’s a very joyful kind of busy.” -Eliza Blue

Wish You were here is about... through art, music, and poetry.

sharing rural stories

People Might know me from... the TV show or my audio postcards on SDPB and Prairie Public.

The best part of my job is...

getting to share my heart with audiences and getting to collaborate with other creatives.

What I loved about putting together the show was... all the great people I’ve gotten to work with along the way. Every episode has been a creative inspiration to me personally, and I am so thankful to all the folks who make the show great.

I started exploring being a shepard... after I

brought home two bottle lambs. I was only supposed to take care of them temporarily, but I fell completely in love and knew there was no going back to city life.

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Something that is influencing me right now is... The Great British Baking Show. I just watched the new season, and with winter coming I’m excited to be baking again.

I love to grab a bite or drink… anywhere that I’m not the one cooking! We grow a lot of our food, and I cook almost all of our meals from scratch. I love cooking– feeding people is one of my favorite things to do–but three meals a day, every day, is a lot. So it’s always nice to get a break and let someone else cook now and again.

My favorite place to go for inspiration is... the narrow canyon in our north

pasture. There are two grandmother cottonwoods who offer shade and deep roots to remind me to stay grounded. And a red-tailed hawk reminds me when I am sweating the small stuff to climb a little higher and look for the long view.

Someone local who I admire is... Christian Begeman, the videographer and editor of Wish You Were Here. He is a brilliant cinematographer and a great person to work with as a creator. We have so much fun brainstorming segments–we decided early on to focus our collaborative process on finding joy, and it has made every decision a pleasure.

An ambitious goal of mine is... to start going to bed earlier. I’ve always been a night owl, but one of these days I’m going to get on a better schedule, I swear.

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Shaun Johnson by Dawn Geertsema “Tonic Sol-fa includes four guys from the Midwest who started an acapella group that celebrates what the human voice might be able to do,” said Shaun Johnson, owner and lead singer of the Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience and Tonic Sol-fa. “The Big Band Experience focuses on the style and passion of big band and swing—a music genre that existed before most of us were alive.” During the pandemic, the bands hit some road blocks along with the rest of the world. Johnson’s rehearsals had been in his home office during this time. But after a near 18-month hiatus, he hit the stage again with the Big Band Experience in Minnesota to a welcoming crowd. “People stood up after nearly every song, and I truly didn’t want to leave. But I’d forgotten how a crowd elevates the entire experience exponentially.”

Tonic Sol-fa

Johnson shares more about his holiday season excitement, goals for upcoming years, and more.

5 QUESTIONS WITH JOHNSON WHAT ARE YOU MOST EXCITED ABOUT FOR NOVEMBER?

WHAT ARE YOUR HOPES FOR THE NEXT YEAR?

Decorating our trees (inside and out). Typically I am in rehearsal or on tour from early November until New Year’s, so my family makes it a tradition to get a jump start on holiday decorations immediately following Halloween.

I’d like to win a Grammy. I’d like to still be singing. I’d love to perform at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, and mostly I’d love to tour anywhere they’ll have me. One of the main reasons I sing is for the experiences I’d likely get nowhere else. I’ve been fortunate enough to make thousands of memories that I treasure, and I just hope to make more.

I’m also excited to rehearse for two holiday shows. It’s a bit unnerving to see how production, hard work, arrangements, [and everything behind the scenes] come together, but it’s always a thrill to jump back into our self-produced Christmas tours.

WHAT ARTISTS DO YOU LISTEN TO IN YOUR FREE TIME? I love Ben Rector; his Magic album may be my favorite of all time. I like Dave Barnes, Josie Dunne, Cody Fry, and Audrey Assad.

HOW LONG HAVE YOU BEEN INVOLVED WITH THESE BANDS? I’ve been involved with the Big Band Experience for seven years, but for the first four, we only met at the holidays to raise money for charity. We truly began touring nationally in 2018. As for Tonic Sol-fa, we are now celebrating our 25th year together.

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November 19 // Brainerd, MN November 30 // Bemidji, MN December 4 // Sioux Falls, SD December 7 // Rapid City, SD December 11 // Arnolds Park, IA December 20 // Mitchell, SD Shaun Johnson Big Band Experience December 3 // Sioux Falls, SD December 12 // Luverne, MN December 30 // Saint Cloud, MN

WHAT SHOULD PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT THE BIG BAND EXPERIENCE? The Big Band Experience was created solely to raise money for charities. Our first national album went top five on Billboard. And since Billboard measures streams and sales, we only have fans and friends to thank for this huge support of a nontraditional, indie band.

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