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MAY 2022

VOL. 14 | NO. 4

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CONTENTS VOL. 14 | NO. 4 MAY 2022

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Art + Design 16

Meet the Creative Jef Caine

C u lt u r e + E n t e r ta i n m e n t 26

605 Road Trip Yankton Riverboat Days & Summer Arts Festival

Events 08

6 Things

10

Event Calendar

Fo o d + D r i n k 42

On the Menu River’s Edge

54

605 Stops By Backspace Brewing Co.

66

Hang Out With Ramiro Nino

74

Welcoming Conversations Black Orchid Drinkstillery

Lifest yle 86

605 Spotlight Lewis & Clark Resort

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605 Profile Becky Wiswall

605’s Taylor Hanson at the Yankton Riverbot Days Parade. Go online to read more.

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ABOUT CO-FOUNDER + DIRECTOR OF OPERATIONS Alana Snyder CO-FOUNDER + MARKETING & EVENT MANAGER John Snyder LEAD MULTIMEDIA DESIGNER

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Yankton has always been one of my favorite spots, and I had never been to Riverboat Days. The food, the wide variety of lodging, and the gorgeous, scenic views reminded me how lucky we are to have such a multitude of close trips and events we can experience. Happy trails this summer!

Taylor Hanson

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ACCOUNT & SALES MANAGER Road trips are my favorite thing to do, especially with the 605 team. This is my advice for a great road trip: always pack snacks and then more snacks.

COVER IMAGE Featuring the Yankton Riverboat Days Parade Taken by 605’s John Snyder

When I heard that I could eat all the fried fair food and see Jo Dee Messina perform at Riverboat Days, I was stoked (I’m a ‘90s baby—duh). Thank you Yankton for showing us a good time, and we will be back again soon!

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

1

Art & Wine Walk

2

Cinco de Mayo Fiesta May 7 Falls Park • Sioux Falls • 11 a.m. Head to Falls Park with your family for the Cinco de Mayo Fiesta. Start the celebration with the annual Avera Race Against Cancer. Following the race, the Kids’ Zone opens with pinatas, inflatables, and more. Grab a raffle ticket before checking out the event entertainment: music, dancers, and a Chihuahua Fashion Show. MORE INFO: FACEBOOK.COM.

May 6 Downtown • Sioux Falls • TBD Immerse yourself in the area’s art scene by browsing work from local artists in downtown Sioux Falls with a glass of wine in hand. Maybe even take a custom piece for your own home. MORE INFO: DTSF.COM.

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8th Annual Black Hills Sound of Silence Tesla Rally MAY 20-22 Custer • Times Vary Start the weekend at Mt. Rushmore Brewing Company Friday night to enjoy free food and drinks during the Tesla Meet and Greet Reception. Then spend Saturday morning on a self-guided ride around the Black Hills, taking in the natural scenery before gathering for an annual group photo and heading to the Sound of Silence Dinner. Gather at the Feel Good Cafe Sunday morning for one last hoorah of food and fun. Registered participants can pick up a swag bag and even more goodies. Bonus: This is open house weekend at Custer State Park, so don’t miss free entrance. MORE INFO: CUSTERSD.COM.

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Frühlingsfest May 21 Main Street Square • Rapid City • 1 P.m. Clink glasses in Main Street Square at the 2022 Frühlingsfest. This spring festival has local merchants, live entertainment, and microbrews. Bring friends or the whole family for an afternoon of shopping, drinking (if you’re of age of course), and some music. MORE INFO: MAINSTREETSQUARE.ORG.

From the Center for American Indian Research & Native Studies Explore the gift of the White Buffalo Woman through the works of Lakota artists, musicians and poets.

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Through July 27, 2022

Black Hills Renaissance Festival May 28-29 Main street • Lead • All day

Dwayne Wilcox, Hihanni (Morning)

Step into the past with the Black Hills Renaissance Festival with the entertainers and garb to match. Don a corset and a skirt or jerkins and breeches to fully immerse yourself in medieval culture. Don’t forget to take home merchandise from various sellers and attend all of the events. MORE INFO: BLACKHILLSRENFEST.COM. Keith BraveHeart, (Re)Turning To Them

Renelle White Buffalo, Giving

Micheal Two Bulls, Wanagi Yuhapi

Lorri Ann Two Bulls, Isnati Awicalowan

6

Black Hills Film Festival

May 31, June 3-6 Various locations • Times vary Attend the live 13th Annual Black Hills Film Festival to meet special guests and filmmakers. Seven new films will not be available virtually and can only be viewed live in the selected theaters in Spearfish, Hot Springs, Hill City, and Rapid City on their respective dates. MORE INFO: BLACKHILLSFILMFESTIVAL.ORG.

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

1036 Medary Ave | Brookings FREE ADMISSION & PARKING


EVENTS

M AY 202 2 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

ABERDEEN

BROOKINGS

13-14, 16-19

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+ARCC DANCE RECITALS

Aberdeen Civic Theatre, Aberdeen. 7 p.m. More info: visitaberdeensd. com.

14

+GET INVOLVED

20

1

+THE SCIENCE SHOW

POLICE 4K

Wylie Park, Aberdeen. 10 a.m. More info: runwiththepolice5k. wixsite.com.

26 ___________________________ +BEER MILE

Brown County Fairgrounds, Aberdeen. 7 p.m. More info: runsignup.com.

7

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+SPRING MARKET IN THE BOX

City Hall, Box Elder. Noon. More info: facebook.com.

BRANDON

8, 15, 22, 29-30 ___________________________ +RACING NIGHTS

Huset’s Speedway, Brandon. Times vary. More info: husetsspeedway. com.

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

Agricultural Heritage Museum, Brookings. 3:30 p.m. More info: visitbrookingssd.com.

CUSTER

4 ___________________________

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+MOONDANCE

NEW EARTH ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL

Deadwood Mountain Grand, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: moondance.cc.

20-22

26 ___________________________

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+CELEBRATION OF

+8TH ANNUAL

TRAVEL

BLACK HILLS SOUND OF SILENCE TESLA RALLY

Visit Brookings, Brookings. 3:30 p.m. More info: visitbrookingssd. com.

+PLANT SWAP

6

DEADWOOD

6 ___________________________

14-15

8

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18

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+OSHER LIFELONG

+MOTHER’S DAY

LEARNING INSTITUTE MUSEUM TOUR

+BROOKINGS

COUNTRY CLUB OPEN HOUSE

Brookings Country Club, Brookings. 5 p.m. More info: visitbrookingssd.com.

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

27-29 ___________________________ +DEADWOOD LIVE! OPEN AIR MUSIC SERIES

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

29-30

Deadwood. 9 a.m. More info: deadwood.com.

13

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19

TAMMY TOUR

TOURS

Agricultural Heritage Museum, Brookings. 2 p.m. More info: sdstate.edu.

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+CHELCIE LYNN: THE

The Midnight Star, Deadwood. Times vary. More info: deadwood. com.

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

+TANYA TUCKER

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14

+FLATLAND CAVALRY

+BACK WHEN THEY BUCKED

Days of ‘76 Arena Complex, Deadwood. Times may vary. More info: westernlegacyfoundation.com.

30

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+MONDAY NIGHT MOVIE NIGHT

Outlaw Square, Deadwood. 7 p.m. More info: deadwood.com.

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

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Ellsworth Air Force Base. 11 a.m. More info: ellsworthairshow.com.

ETHAN

Farm Life Creamery, Ethan. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

5, 12, 19, 26

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+MINI GOLF LEAGUE

Farm Life Creamery, Ethan. 6 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

13-15, 20-22, 27-29 ___________________________ +FOOD TRUCKS

Farm Life Creamery, Ethan. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

27

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

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SPACE SHOW

+ICE CREAM SUNDAY

+THE DUELING DUO

+PAW PATROL LIVE!

+ELLSWORTH AIR &

27

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Swiftel Center, Brookings. 6 p.m. More info: swiftelcenter.com.

14-15

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1, 8, 15, 22, 29 ___________________________

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+PAWS FOR WINE

ELLSWORTH AIR FORCE BASE

Outlaw Square, Deadwood. All day. More info: deadwood.com.

Custer. Times vary. More info: custersd.com.

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BOX ELDER

+KANSAS

+MUSIC

21-22

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+RUN WITH THE

+SPORTS

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+DATE NIGHT

Farm Life Creamery, Ethan. 7 p.m. More info: facebook.com.


HARRISBURG

HURON

22

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+SOUTH DAKOTA

SYMPHONY YOUTH ORCHESTRA

Performing Arts Center, Harrisburg. 2:30 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.com.

8

+MOLLIE B AND THE SQUEEZEBOX BAND

Huron Event Center, Huron. 2 p.m. More info: mollieb.com.

Miner Brewing, Hill City.8:30 p.m. More info: prairieberry.com.

7-8, 14, 21, 31 ___________________________ +1880 TRAIN

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

LEAD

3

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+39TH ANNUAL

SPRING LITERATURE SWAP Lead. All day. More info: leadmethere.org.

4

+SKATE NIGHT

Handley Center, Lead. 5:30 p.m. More info: leadmethere.org.

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5-9

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2022 SIP ‘N’ PLANT

Prairie Berry, Hill City. 2 p.m. More info: prairieberry.com.

29

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+SEE HOW THEY RUN Historic Homestake Opera House, Lead. 7 p.m. More info: homestakeoperahouse.org.

+DISNEY’S THE LION

Crazy Horse Memorial. Times vary. More info: crazyhorsememorial.org.

Historic Homestake Opera House, Lead. 4 p.m. More info: homestakeoperahouse.org.

HOT SPRINGS

27

KING JR. AUDITIONS

14 ___________________________

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+WINE WALK AND PUTT

Downtown, Hot Springs. 4:30 p.m. More info: hotsprings-sd.com.

+ARTS & ANTIQUES ROW

Main Street, Lead. 10 a.m. More info: leadmethere.org.

Downtown Rapid City Gift Cards

+PIANO PONDERINGS WITH KATHRYN FARRUGGIA

Historic Homestake Opera House, Lead. 4 p.m. More info: onthestage. tickets.

MITCHELL

2

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+FRANK VIGNOLA’S JAZZ GUITAR DUO

Performing Arts Center, Mitchell. 7 p.m. More info: mitchellmainstreet. com.

3

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+4TH ANNUAL

PALACE CITY JAM

Masonic Lodge, Mitchell. 7 p.m. More info: mitchellmainstreet.com.

11, 13

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+SPECIAL

PERFORMANCES

Main Street, Lead. All day. More info: blackhillsrenfest.com.

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+MOTHER’S DAY

RENAISSANCE FESTIVAL

29

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+JALAN CROSSLAND

+BLACK HILLS

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HILL CITY

7

28-29

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11

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+FASHION SHOW & SALE

James Valley Community Center, Mitchell. Noon. More info: mitchellmainstreet.com

13

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+PALACE CITY CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT Corn Palace, Mitchell. 5:30 p.m. More info: mitchellmainstreet.com.

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EVENTS

M AY 202 2 E V E NT S +ENTERTAINMENT

PIERRE/FORT PIERRE

1, 5-7

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+ORDINARY DAYS

Grand Opera House, Pierre. Times vary. More info: pierreplayers.com.

6

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6, 13, 20, 27

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+FOOD TRUCK FRIDAY

Main Street Square, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: mainstreetsquare.org.

+GET INVOLVED

+SPORTS

19-21

Main Street Square, Rapid City. 1 p.m. More info: mainstreetsquare. com.

HENDRICKSON

Grey Goose Store & Social Club, Pierre. 9 p.m. More info: facebook. com.

19, 26

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+ROADHOUSE BIKE NIGHTS

Grey Goose Store & Social Club, Pierre. 6 p.m. More info: facebook. com.

RAPID CITY

6

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+FIRST FRIDAYS ART WALK

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

6-7, 13-14, 20-21, 27-28 ___________________________ +LIVE

ENTERTAINMENT

Tinder Box, Rapid City. 8 p.m. More info: rapidcitytinderbox.com.

6-7, 20-22 ___________________________ +SOUTH DAKOTA JR. HIGH RODEO

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+THE STYLE SHOW: A RUNWAY TO EMPOWER

Hilton Garden Inn, Sioux Falls. 5:30 p.m. More info: eventbrite.com.

27-29 6-8, 13-15, 20- ___________________________ +CINCO DE MAYO 22 +NATIONAL BARREL FIESTA ___________________________ Falls Park, Sioux Falls. 11 a.m. HORSE ASSOCIATION

+LUKE

7

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+FRÜLINGSFEST

+MUSIC

+33 VARIATIONS

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

7

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+ACADEMY OF

DANCE ARTS 2022

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

7, 21, 30

Central States Fairgrounds, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: centralstatesfair.com.

+SD ANIMALS IN ASL

SIOUX FALLS

1

MARSHALS

The Monument, Rapid City. 7:05 p.m. More info: rapidcitymarshals. com.

13 ___________________________ +MORGAN WALLEN

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

17

AND HIKE

Outdoor Campus, Sioux Falls. 10 a.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

+WIZARD OF OZ

Orpheum Theater, Sioux Falls. 2 p.m. More info: siouxfallsorpheum. com.

3

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+KENNY WAYNE SHEPHERD

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

+POLAR PLUNGE

J&L Harley-Davidson, Sioux Falls. Noon. More info: sosd.org.

8

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+IRATION W/

SPECIAL GUESTS TROPIDELIC & KASHDOUT

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

3-8

11

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+COME FROM AWAY Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: washingtonpavilion.org.

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+TRACK HIKE WITH THE LITTLES

Outdoor Campus, Sioux Falls. 10 a.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

6

+SONS OF THE PIONEERS

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

+SOUTHEAST AREA

+SIOUX FALLS STORM

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

14, 28

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KITCHEN

J&L Harley-Davidson, Sioux Falls. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

15

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+DAPA AWARDS

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

+CHUBBY’S

J&L Harley-Davidson, Sioux Falls. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

17

+DANIEL NARDUCCI Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls. 7 p.m. More info: washingtonpavilion.com.

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+EMERGING

LEADERS TREE PLANTING

Cherry Rock Park, Sioux Falls. 3 p.m. More info: signupgenius.com.

SWIM COMPETITION

Midco Aquatic Center, Sioux Falls. Noon. More info: sosd.org.

Central States Fairgrounds, Rapid City. Times vary. More info: centralstatefair.com.

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14

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12

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Downtown, Sioux Falls. TBD. More info: dtsf.com.

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

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+ART & WINE WALK

+CABARET

+BOSS DOGG

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+RAPID CITY

More info: facebook.com.

12-15, 19-22

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+WILD GAME

COOKING DEMO DATE NIGHT

Outdoor Campus, Sioux Falls. 6:30 p.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov


20-26

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+SIOUX FALLS CANARIES

The Birdcage, Sioux Falls. Times vary. More info: sfcanaries.com.

21

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+2022 WALK TO END EPILEPSY

GreatLIFE Performance and Fitness Center, Sioux Falls. 9 a.m. More info: epilepsy.

+BITCOINDAY.IO

Holiday Inn City Centre, Sioux Falls. 7:30 a.m. More info: dtsf.com.

Summer Bucket List SPEARFISH

7

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+THE UPROOTED PLANT TRUCK

Ruby’s Roost, Spearfish. 9 a.m. More info: rubysroostbakery.com.

Eastbank Block Parties Jun 3 Jul 1 Aug 5

7, 14, 21, 28

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+JAZZ NIGHT

The Vault, Spearfish. 5:30 p.m. More info: facebook.com.

Downtown Loft Tour

Jun 11

14

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+BLACK HILLS BIKE SHARE OPENING

22

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City Park, Spearfish. 1 p.m. More info: visitspearfish.com.

19-21

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+PLANT SWAP

McCrossan Visitor Center, Sioux Falls. 11 a.m. More info: mccrossan. org.

+AMY GRANT

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

22, 29

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+GOOD EARTH

SUMMER CONCERT SERIES

Good Earth State Park, Sioux Falls. 4 p.m. More info: gfp.sd.gov.

SISSETON

28

Crazy Days Weekend

Jul

+STATE SUMMER

15-16

GAMES

Black Hills State University, Spearfish. Noon. More info: sosd.org.

27-29

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+BLACK HILLS SHOOTOUT

Holiday Inn, Spearfish. 11 a.m. More info: facebook.com.

31

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Aug 20

+BLACK HILLS FILM FESTIVAL

The Matthews, Spearfish Times vary. More info: blackhillsfilmfestival. org.

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+FORT SISSETON LANTERN TOUR

Fort Sisseton Historic State Park, Lake City. 9 p.m. More info: gfp. sd.gov.

It’s all dow n t o w n. dtsf.com


EVENTS

M AY 202 2 E V E NT S 20

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+DEBORAH CHECKREEVES & JOHN CHECK

National Music Museum, Vermillion. Noon. More info: livevermillion.com.

WATERTOWN

1

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+PRINCESS PARTY The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 1 p.m. More info: thegossopera house.com.

6

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+NORTHEAST AREA SWIM COMPETITION

Prairie Lakes Wellness Center, Watertown. Noon. More info: sosd. org.

14

St. Martins Lutheran School, Watertown. 2 p.m. More info: visitwatertown.com.

18 ___________________________

21

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+NATIONAL KIDS TO PARK DAY

Statewide. All day. More info: gfp. sd.gov.

+DAKOTA

DAUGHTERS

The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 2 p.m. More info: visitwatertown.com.

WORTHING

6-8, 12-15, 1922, 26-29 ___________________________ +CAUGHT IN THE NET

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

YANKTON +SOUL ASYLUM

PRESENTED BY REDLINGER BROS The Goss Opera House, Watertown. 8 p.m. More info: thegossoperahouse.com.

7-8

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+JUNKIN’ MARKET

Codington County Extension Complex, Watertown. 9 a.m. More info: visitwatertownsd.com.

13

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+MUSIC

STATEWIDE

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+DAY OF PLAY

+SPORTS

H AV E A N E V E NT ?

VERMILLION

+GET INVOLVED

1

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+BEEAUTIFUL IN YANKTON

Yankton Elks Lodge, Yankton. Times vary. More info: yanktonsd. com.

26-27

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+SOUTH DAKOTA

KAYAK CHALLENGE

Lewis & Clark Lake, Yankton. Times vary. More info: yanktonsd. com.

+MOLLIE B AND THE SQUEEZEBOX BAND

Cloud 9 Bar, Watertown. 7:30 p.m. More info: mollieb.com.

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ART + DESIGN

Meet the Creative

Jef Caine written by Dawn Geertsema + photos by John Snyder

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“I’M ALL ABOUT MAKING, ILLUSTRATIONS, ANIMATIONS, LOGOS, ANY KIND OF GRAPHIC ASSET THAT WILL SERVE YOU, AND IF WE’RE LUCKY, DO SOME GOOD IN THE WORLD,” SAID JEF CAINE.

TECHNICAL AND BUSINESS SKILLS THROUGH YOUTUBE.

CAINE HAS BEEN ARTSY SINCE HE WAS A CHILD. IN COLLEGE, HE STUDIED GRAPHIC DESIGN BUT ENDED UP LEARNING MOST

READ ABOUT CAINE’S ART JOURNEY, INSPIRATION, AND FAVORITE PLACES.

“I ALWAYS WANTED SOME KIND OF CAREER IN THE VISUAL ARTS,” HE EXPLAINED.

www.voyagefcu.org Insured by NCUA

Empowering You on Your

Financial Journey


ART + DESIGN

I DO EVERYTHING MYSELF! IT’S STRESSFUL AND FRANTIC, BUT IT’S UNDENIABLY ME.

Jef Caine

I started sharing my art because…

I wanted to be held accountable—to stay disciplined in consistently putting out work. Sharing my work online has also served as a cathartic form of self expression.

My favorite way to spend my leisure time is… to go for a bike ride.

The best part of my job is…

the joy of creation. As frustrating as the creative process can be at times, when everything clicks there’s no greater feeling than making something new.

One of my favorite projects here in Yankton has been… the design and illustration work for Ben’s Brew Station.

Some of the businesses I’ve worked with locally include… Ben’s Brewing Company and Yankton Thrive. Outside of town, I’ve collaborated with Task Force, EarthJustice, Women’s March, NAACP, MTV, The White House, and I’ve also created logos for many friends' personal business projects.

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My favorite medium to use is… paint markers. Most of the work I produce is digital, but there’s nothing like the thrill of drawing with no control-Z buttons.

My art style can be described by my Instagram followers as…

graphic, bold, retro futuristic, animated, playful, loose mother goose, manic, quirky grunge, funky electric, and whimsical [to name a few descriptions].

What I loved about putting together my portfolio was…

remembering all these different projects I’ve done and the stories behind them.

The most underrated item on my website has got to be…

the free fonts. Admittedly, they’re not very precise or legible, but they are free.

What people might not know about my art is… I don’t necessarily make it look this way on purpose.

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Something I’m working on right now that I’m excited about is… a few collabs with some prominent YouTubers.

When I walk around downtown Yankton, one of my favorite places to stop by is… the woods underneath the Meridian Bridge on the Nebraska side.

Something that is influencing me right now is… dad rock and seasonal affective disorder.

My favorite place to go for inspiration is… the cemetery.

One thing I love about South Dakota… are the fireflies in spring.

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Yankton Riverb & Summer Arts Festival written by Alana Snyder + photos by Alana & John Snyder The 605 team packed our gear and headed to Yankton for this year’s annual road trip in August. Ever since I went to college in Vermillion, I’ve wanted to attend the Yankton Riverboat Days & Summer Arts Festival. The family-friendly event

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is three days of over 120 fine artists and craftsmen vendors, great food, a parade, music, and draws over 100,000 people every year. My wish came true, as we attended the 38th Annual Yankton Riverboat Days and also got to explore the town and its unique offerings.

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Save The Date This year’s Yankton Riverboat Days & Summer Arts Festival is August 19-21.


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Arriving Hungry As we pulled into Yankton, our stomachs were rumbling. We arrived at River’s Edge, which has gorgeous views of the Missouri River on the patio and a wide range of high-quality menu items, like Bruschetta, Mussels, Rosemary Garlic Ribeye, and Citrus Dill Glazed Salmon. Owner Brittany Trimble Wagner greeted us with a table full of food and drinks to sample. The restaurant is also a venue for events, including weddings. River’s Edge has items for different palates, including a casual Cuban and a Steak & Bleu Pasta. If you save room for dessert, there are options like Whiskey Bread Pudding and Lemon Amaretto Tiramisu.

Getting to the Station Ben’s Brewing Co. has been a Yankton staple for over a decade with a downtown location that includes the Copper Room speakeasy upstairs. Outgrowing the space, owner Ben Hanten found a 28,500-squarefoot building to become the brewing headquarters with a 248-person capacity and 28 beers on tap. With pinball machines and a modern warehouse vibe, the newest addition, Ben’s Brew Station, has already turned into a community hangout. You can grab everything from a West Side Park IPA to a Kenny Pepper Ale to a limited release like Wakonda Wheat. On the go? Grab cans, a crowler, or a growler.

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Riverboat Days & Summer Arts Festival The 605 team headed to Riverside Park in Yankton for Riverboat Days & Summer Arts Festival. Read more about what to expect during the annual celebration at 605magazine.com.

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Road Trip Itinerary Recreate our Road Trip & Check out the locations we stopped by for yourself! (In order of story itinerary.)

River’s Edge riversedgeyankton.com (605) 664-2779

Ben’s Brew Station bensbrewstation.com (605) 689-0505

Backspace Brewing Co. backspacebeer.com (605) 689-0321

Lewis & Clark Resort lewisandclarkresort.com (605) 665-2680

Black Orchid Drinkstillery blackorchidbar.com (605) 655-8299

Yankton Riverboat Days & Summer Arts Festival riverboatdays.com (605) 665-1657

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Keep it Going Because we needed more local craft beer in our lives, we headed over to the Backspace Brewing Co. taproom. The brewery was named after the idea of “deleting boring beer.” The beer selection includes C-Squared Pale Ale and Maple Pecan Blonde Ale. Sip on McCall’s Gunpowder Nitro and attend an event, like the May 20 Yuya Mix Last Man on the Moon EP release show at 7 p.m. with Windy City Bites. The two-floor modern warehouse has a mezzanine for around 30-40 people and has been used for events like corporate presentations and NFL draft parties. 605’s Taylor Hanson and I met the “dishwasher” who was a grandmother of co-owner Tyler Schindler. “They pay me in beer,” she laughed, as she cracked each of us open her “secret stash” of Coors Light. The crew lovingly calls her “Mama Suzie,” and I could have probably hung out with her all night.

The Lodge It was time to figure out where we would lay our heads later that night. We drove to Lewis & Clark Resort, which has everything from traditional campsites to cabins and motel rooms. Our team was lucky enough to stay at The Lodge, which is a 4,000-square-foot building designed for family events, weddings, or corporate retreats. It features a gathering room that is 1,800 square feet, a large kitchen, six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and can sleep up to 28. The waterfront view was breathtaking when we walked out back to the picnic tables and campfire area. This house is perfect for a family or friend reunion, and I definitely will stay there again. After stocking our fridge and unpacking, we were eager to get to the next location: Black Orchid Drinkstillery.

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Captain + Belle Every year, a Captain and Belle are chosen to represent the festival in various parades across the state. They are chosen typically for their help with the weekend in the past.

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Time to Pregame With options like the Tequila Sunrise and Beulini, we knew we were in good hands. The “drinkstillery” is also known for its House Bloody Mary, which is “wasabically delicious.” Hungry? Try the house-made Spiced Pretzels or Italian Tomato Fatbread. Now that it’s nice out, enjoy the outdoor patio with dueling fire pits.

Let’s Fest It was finally time to head to Yankton Riverfest & Summer Arts Festival. The smells of corn dogs and funnel cakes alone got us in the mood as we meandered around all of the tents at Riverside Park. There was something for everyone with fair-like rides, bouncy houses, and a beverage and food shelter. We stopped by the amphitheater to watch a musical group, Omaha Street Percussion, that reminded me of Stomp. After bobbing my head to the beat, we bought some South Dakota prints from a local vendor and grabbed some grub. Then it was time for beer. Cracking a cold one, we caught up with people we knew and got ready for the Jo Dee Messina concert. Taylor was mesmerized by nostalgia with songs Bye Bye and Heads Carolina, Tails California, and we basically had to drag her to go catch the fireworks.

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It’s Fire I will say that the fireworks over the Missouri River was definitely a memory I won’t forget. The epic show exploded, and the colors reflected off of the water by the Meridian Bridge. Kids were on parents’ shoulders, and thousands of us were in awe of the impressive display. We had a spot on the dock, and it seemed surreal to see how beautiful it was.

Pack Up Parade Let’s just say we didn’t go to bed early. 605’s John Snyder and Taylor stayed up with a bonfire well into the morning. I was smart and fell asleep not too long after our return to The Lodge. As we got our lives together, we checked out of the Lewis & Clark Resort and headed downtown to the parade. Worried the drums would give me a migraine, I was thrilled that it was the opposite. We sat on the patio of the Black Orchid and automatically got a high from the energy of the participants (I might have fan-girled over Charlie the Coyote). A man with an Irish accent had his black poodle on his lap next to us and jokingly said, “We’re going to be on the cover of the Rolling Stone,” as we shot photos of the celebration. All spirits were high, and it was a shame that we had to leave. After one more walk through of the art (and several purchases later), we headed for lunch.

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What’s Up, Bro? Starving, we arrived at Bro Brgr Bar downtown. The restaurant that wants to treat everyone with “brotherly love” has made a name for itself for craft burgers, like the Downtown Brgr with chipotle, cream cheese, bacon, American cheese, fried egg, onions, lettuce, pickle, and tomato. Owner Ramiro Nino also does specials, like The Bayou Brgr, which has ingredients like andouille sausage and cajun remoulade sauce with angus beef. Barely talking from the food coma and our self-induced coma from the night before, we wrapped up and headed home. The trip was short, but sweet.

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On the Menu

River’s Edge written by Dawn Geertsema + photos by Alana & John Snyder Dine inside or on the patio at River’s Edge in Yankton. “It's an all-inclusive, come-as-you-are restaurant. We want you to feel comfortable with your kids. We want you to feel comfortable taking a date or a business dinner here,” said owner Brittany Trimble Wagner. When she opened the restaurant three years ago, she wanted it to create an atmosphere that satisfies both picky eaters and adventurous foodies alike.

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“The Blackberry Whiskey Smash is a great year-round drink—balanced with brightness from the fresh fruit and mint and the warmth of the whiskey.”

Brittany Trimble Wagner

“My husband really gravitates toward those safe options like your Italian Flatbread, burger, or steak,” she said. To appeal to him and others like him, River’s Edge serves familiar family recipes like Meatloaf and Shepherd’s Pie. “People tend to be surprised that we have them on the menu, but when they try them, they order them again and again,” said Trimble Wagner. But she grew up exploring a wide variety of foods with her family. “Saganaki is something my brother introduced us to when he was living in Chicago for school,” said Trimble Wagner. “Flaming Saganaki is lit at the table and has a ‘wow’ factor.”

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The starter is Greek cheese set aflame and served with sliced baguette. “We try to incorporate some good dishes we’ve experienced from traveling or eating at other restaurants, trying to mimic some of the things we thought would be cool to bring to the area,” said Trimble Wagner. One of the more popular starters is the Bruschetta. “The Bruschetta is light and fresh. It has a great sharing quality with finger food. Same with the Charcuterie Board,” she said. “Each couple weeks we’re changing up the meats and cheeses for people to try something different.” Among the flatbreads on the menu, Trimble Wagner says the Chicken Margherita Flatbread is the crowd favorite.

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Menu More on the

Starters » Hummus Platter

Traditional hummus, Tzatziki, and fresh vegetables served with raw and fried pita.

» Poutine

Frites topped with braised beef, fried cheese curds, and pepper beef gravy.

Entrées » Bacon Maple Pork Chop Seared pork chop with bacon, maple, and pepper glaze.

» Grilled Chicken Margherita

Seasoned grilled chicken topped with pesto, cherry tomatoes, and melted mozzarella cheese.

Pasta » Jambalaya

Andouille sausage, chicken, shrimp, and spicy crema sauce over penne.

» Steak & Bleu

Sautéed tender Angus beef with linguine, sautéed mushrooms, and alfredo topped with bleu cheese crumbles.

Desserts » Lemon Amaretto Tiramisu

Amaretto soaked sponge cake and layers of fresh lemon cream topped with toasted almonds.

» Chocolate Irish Cake Chocolate cake smothered with caramel and Baileys Irish Cream, served with ice cream, whipped cream, and chocolate drizzle.

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“There’s a homemade creamy pesto base, fresh tomatoes, grilled chicken, and fresh mozzarellas,” said Trimble Wagner. But her favorite is the Thai Chicken Flatbread. “It has spicy peanut sauce and lots of fresh ingredients with a different flavor profile than your traditional all-American menu,” she said. “Other things that are a little different for a small midwest town are Mussels, the Lobster Roll, and the Lobster Mac ‘n’ Cheese. We like playing with flavors that people don’t usually put together.” Other must tries include seafood dishes. “We are known for having really good fish. The Mahi Mahi is really popular,” said Trimble Wagner. The cut of fish is baked and finished with a complementing splash of lemon. Also on the lighter side are the salad options like the Bruschetta Chicken Salad, Steak Salad, or Waldo Chicken Salad. “My favorite salad is the Strawberry Pecan Salad. It has gorgonzola, fresh red onions, strawberries, and topped with a lemon poppyseed dressing,” she explained.

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Get a view of the river from the patio, and even gather around the fire pit for a cozy evening dinner.

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“Because of the access to the patio the party room has, we have been able to do anything from bridal showers, baby showers, rehearsal dinners, class reunions, all the way up to weddings of 200 where you get great views of the river and access to the patio space.”

Brittany Trimble Wagner

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Though River’s Edge has many items that branch out from typical Midwestern food norms, they try to keep it local for the taplines. “We also feature a lot of local and South Dakota brews,” said Trimble Wagner. “We pride ourselves on making sure our tap lineup and bottled beer features a good variety of local brews.” Yankton’s own Backspace Brewing Co. and Ben’s Brewing Company always have something on tap at the restaurant. The rest are rotating kegs from a variety of breweries in the Midwest. The restaurant offers both onsite and offsite catering as well as a large party room that can be rented out for events. “Yes, the restaurant is our backbone, but the events allow us to get creative and do things that are a little bit different,” said Trimble Wagner.

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written by Dawn Geertsema + photos by Alana & John Snyder “Backspace Brewing Co. started as an idea between a couple of us that were home brewers,” said coowner Chris Allington. “I had been home brewing for some time, and Tyler Schindler had dabbled in it a little bit and decided he’d wanted to start doing an all-grain brewery, which is where you are milling the grain like you do in a professional brewery.”


He began brewing with his co-owner in Schindler’s garage. “After a couple years of that, we decided we wanted to give this a shot as a business,” said Allington. “Over the next year to 18 months or so we sat down and looked into what you needed to do to start a brewery, and we wrote a business plan.” On January 8, 2021, Backspace Brewing opened on Walnut Street in Yankton.

Craft Creativity “We approach brewing with a sense of creativity and try to use a lot of culinary flavors,” said Allington. “We do a lot of things with fruit, herbs, and spices.” They’ve had all kinds of flavors from Pumpkin Pie Conundrum made with pumpkin, Madagascar vanilla, and pumpkin pie spices to In the Cloud which is a rotating cream ale series of beers based on sweet recipes like apple pie and strawberries and cream. “We approach things by trying to model a beer after a flavor versus just coming up with a beer first and then going in that direction,” said Allington. Other examples are the Maple Pecan Blonde Ale, made with maple syrup and roasted pecans, and Bricklayer Brown Ale—an English brown that’s dry with a hint of coffee and caramel.

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On Tap Backspace brews on tap rotate and may be subject to change. Check backspacebeer.com for the latest updates.

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Cherry Limeade Seltzer » Hard Seltzer 5% ABV

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Events Backspace hosts a musician two to three times a month, and the summer brings frequent food trucks. They also participate in events going on around the community like Mount Marty tailgates and appearances at Music at the Meridian.

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FOOD + DRINK

At any one time, there are 14 brews on tap. “We have a couple mainstays, but we’re always trying to do different things and experiment to come up with new recipes and new flavors,” said Allington. River’s Edge Wheat is a wheat beer with a crisp, tart tangerine flavor. The other mainstay is the Lancer Lager, which is a pineapple- and floral-noted lager brewed for sports teams at Mount Marty University.

History + Atmosphere “We’re in a building that was a brewery pre prohibition. It was Schwenk-Barth Brewing Co. initially,” he said, noting that it was built in 1902. Allington says when they were setting up the taproom, they were trying to adhere to the rustic, industrial nature of the building. To do so, they hoped to acquire some materials from SE SD Rough Sawn Lumber out of Lennox. “We reached out to them, and they had a big black walnut tree that they had just put through their saw mill and came from a farm in South Dakota,” said Allington. “Once we started talking about the dimensions, they thought they’d have enough material to make a bartop out of it.”

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“We like to go to other venues that serve our beer and do tap takeovers.” Chris Allington

The company proposed doing resin work on the wood, and now hops and grain are sprinkled within the stretch lit-up resin filling a divot in the middle of the bartop. “With it running right down the center like that, we feel it represents the Missouri River for us as we’re right on the river bank,” said Allington. With the bartop in place, the rustic, industrial space brings conversation and a place for friends. “It’s a warm, rustic, and industrial space. You get a sense of the history with this building being over 100 years old,” said Allington. “You come in, we have board games. Yes, we do have a few TVs, but you’re not walking into a sports bar.”

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Ramiro Nino written by Dawn Geertsema + photos by Alana & John Snyder

When we met with owner Ramiro Nino at Bro Brgr Bar last year, the Yankton restaurant was just starting out. Bro Brgr Bar has made it through to meet another year. “Our staff has been nothing short of amazing. I am fortunate to call them my family, and we hope to make our second year a better one,” said Nino.

To improve further, they did a deep dive into the menu. “We’ve continuously strived to perfect our menu to cater the likes of our guests and to keep it original and unique,” he explained. “We’ve experimented and tried many different combinations, and though it is never ending, we’ve put the final touches on our new and improved menu.” Check in on what Nino does when he’s not welcoming guests to the new staple bar in downtown Yankton.

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“Our menu has been updated with fresh new ingredients as well as new burgers that became favorites from our Brgr Feature segment.”

Ramiro Nino

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Shake It Up I don’t always eat healthy but when I do, the shakes at River City Nutrition are definitely my go-to.

So Cal Staple I love our Cali Street Dawg. Coming from Los Angeles, I felt it was my obligation to include a staple from a city known for its street food.

Reaching Goals I’ve been fortunate enough to coach soccer at our Lewis and Clark Soccer Park, which continues to grow in numbers. A new complex is currently in the process of being built, which is so exciting for our community.

Indoor + Outdoor Recreation Fantle Memorial Park is somewhere I spend as much time as I can as it offers disc golf, basketball courts, sand volleyball, and our new family aquatics center.

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Beer at Ben’s One of my favorite local hangout spots is definitely Ben’s Brewing Company. I love the atmosphere, the brews are great, and the staff is amazing.

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Hole in One I love some competition, so mini golf and go-karts are [some of my favorite activities] at Karttrax Family Fun Park. No friendly bets over here.

Fun in the Fall A fun and adventurous place my kids and I enjoy going to is Mazing Acres Pumpkin Patch. It’s a great addition to our community.

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The Black Orchid is celebrating its second anniversary since opening in Yankton’s Riverfront building in May of 2020. “It’s so nice to be able to come to a place that's different from the rest,” said Klund. “People are able to have conversations. It’s quaint.”

“The Sky Bar opens up Thursday nights with rooftop seating overlooking the river with live music. That’s extremely rare. It’s a hidden gem.” Kathy Klund The bar has an eclectic aesthetic with an assortment of vintage decorations and signs throughout the space. Some of the biggest things the bar is known for are the selection of dessert martinis.

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“People will come in specifically for those. We do a Caramel by the Sea, a Chocolatini, White Peppermint,” explained Klund. “We switch them up for the seasons, but they’re big and have whip cream, chocolate, peanut butter cups, or candy canes hanging off of them.” The Black Orchid also has plenty of drinks named after customers, like a grapefruit martini called the Paulatini and a gin drink named Dusty Trail. There’s also a fair few options to satisfy hunger. “When we started out, everybody had pizza downtown,” said Klund. “It was hard for me to make another pizza. Our Fatbreads are just that—they are on half loaves of French bread, so they are fat.”

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There’s a Traditional Fatbread and an Italian Tomato Fatbread. A unique favorite for Klund is the Sesame Crusted Ahi Tuna. “The Ahi Tuna is seared with sesame oil and sesame seeds,” said Klund. “Then it’s chilled, sliced, and served with poki sauce, soy sauce, and sweet and sour sauce with fresh ginger.” And the menu sees new changes pretty frequently. “We will do different foods on a whim,” said Klund. “For the last couple months we’ve done different soups to give people variety.” Now as the seasons change and warmer weather rolls in, soups will make way for different dips. “If something really takes off and people love it, that’s how it winds up on the menu like our Bagel Dip,” said Klund. No matter the food, Klund insists that anyone is welcome into the Black Orchid.

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“People can come here on a Friday night date night and be dressed up and feel comfortable, and you can come here in your blue jeans and feel just as comfortable,” said Klund. “So I think it kind of works for everybody.” She also works hard to remember faces and the orders that come with them. “I try really hard to remember who people are when they come in or what they like to drink. And that’s a good feeling,” she said. Starting in June, the outdoor patio will open up. “The other thing is we actually have a license for sidewalk café, so we are going to put a fence up and a couple tables” Inside and outside, the Black Orchid stands to facilitate conversation amongst guests. “People are engaged in conversation. It’s like a beautiful thing to see. That’s what we set out to do, and we succeeded.”

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written by Dawn Geertsema photos by Alana Snyder “The goal of the resort is to provide a venue for you to have family reunions, get togethers, weddings, and weekend getaways where you can just make memories,” said Lewis & Clark Resort owner and manager Michael Grave. Located in the Lewis & Clark Recreation Area, the near 30-acre resort offers cabins, cottages, campsites, motel rooms, and The Lodge all overlooking the water. The Lewis & Clark Resort has a laid back atmosphere that welcomes families for a vacation or event experience that’s just the right fit for them.

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“The Lodge is catered for big get togethers, family reunions, weddings, and vacations,” said Grave. “It has an 1,800-square-foot great room and double kitchen, which allows you to prepare meals and cook meals on site. It takes the headaches away from having a family vacation.” With six bedrooms, two sofa sleepers, and four bathrooms, the Lodge sleeps up to 28 guests in its 4,000 square feet. “We’re building two 3,000-square-foot cottages. They’ll be set up as smaller versions of the Lodge for family reunions and stuff like that,” said Grave. The newly-built cottages are scaled down to accommodate groups that only need the space to sleep up to 20 amongst the four bedrooms and three bathrooms. These spaces each have a 1,300-square-foot great room for hanging out and entertaining. “We’re always changing to give more options to people who are staying. We’re adding on six full hookup campsites, so your whole family can come even if your cousin or uncle has a camper,” said Grave.

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Smaller groups can look into the cabins that sleep 8-10 or the motel rooms, which sleep up to four. “Yankton is a small community that does a good job of catering to the tourists,” said Grave. The resort is located conveniently beside Lewis & Clark Lake, which offers plenty of fun, seasonal activities. “The lake is one of the best recreational lakes you could ask for, especially in the area,” explained Grave. Yankton is also alongside the Missouri River, so the resort has plenty of water-based activities to explore and try out. “We have 27 miles of bike trails, outdoor pools, playgrounds, volleyball courts, bocce ball courts, basketball courts, picnic shelters, yard games. We have a little bit of everything,” said Grave. Sign up to rent one of the new rental e-bikes to traverse the many miles of trails.

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Relax around the resort in the warmth of a heated outdoor pool, try your hand at bumping a volleyball over a net with your feet in the sand, or roast marshmallows over a fire pit for the perfect s’mores—whether it’s golden brown or charred. Being lakeside, the area is often buzzing with water sports from family fun like tubing to more laid back activities like fishing. “Then there is lounging, campfires, boat rentals, pontoon rentals, and the whole camping experience,” said Grave. Each of the six campsites has a 90-foot asphalt pad, promising more than enough space for outdoor activities on your site. They also offer full hookups with electric, water, sewer, cable, and wifi accommodations. Picnic tables and a fire pit are included.

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Becky Wiswall written by Dawn Geertsema + photo by John Snyder

“Yankton Thrive is an organization that was created in July 2021 with the merger of the Yankton Area Chamber of Commerce and Yankton Area Progressive Growth (YAPG),” said business services director Becky Wiswall. In the area, Yankton Thrive works on economic development, workforce development, tourism, and business services. Wiswall says she loves to work with members to figure out the best way to help them, meet new people, and plan events.

“BEING A PREVIOUS BUSINESS OWNER FOR OVER 10 YEARS, I FEEL LIKE I CAN RELATE TO MANY SMALL BUSINESSES WITH THEIR SUCCESSES AND OBSTACLES.”

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5 QUESTIONS WITH WISWALL HOW DO YOU SPEND YOUR FREE TIME? I enjoy spending time with family and friends, trying new recipes, traveling, enjoying my family’s lake cabin in the summer months, jumping on the golf course in our backyard to play a few holes, and enjoying cold beverages on any patio. WHAT ARE YOUR FAVORITE PLACES IN YANKTON? Our downtown here is quaint and thriving with so many fun shops and restaurants for a town our size. I can’t usually walk out of Boston Shoes to Boots without at least one pair of shoes, and 9th Street Clothing Co. has cute clothes and an amazing selection of BrüMates (my favorite “fancy” koozies). The Blue Pig Pizza at Cheers Pizza Plus is also a personal favorite, as well as chicken wings from Czeckers Sports Bar & Grille. The margaritas at El Tapitio and any of the seltzers from Ben’s Brewing Company are also on my must-have drinks list. DO YOU HAVE KIDS OR ANIMALS? I have a son named Knox, who is 21 months old—like most boys he’s busy! My first born is a big fur child named Cru—he’s a 4-year-old, 130-pound Bernese Mountain Dog. He doesn’t let me forget he was the first, either.

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HOW DID YOU END UP IN YOUR CURRENT POSITION? I ended up somewhat falling into this position. I moved to Yankton in the summer of 2020 and was looking for what my next position would be after owning my own business for some time before that. A mutual friend of my now boss, Nancy Wenande, and I introduced us, and we had met for coffee months before my position was created. Once this position was going to be posted, we ran into each other. The description seemed right up my alley. DURING THE SUMMER, WHAT ARE SOME MUST-STOP PLACES IN YANKTON? Any of the trails and beaches around the lake are great. Our city Parks & Recreation department organizes and hosts many amazing summer events—Music at the Meridian every Thursday in July and August as well as Kids in the Park on Saturdays in June. You can’t forget about Riverboat Days in August, and our new Huether Family Aquatic Center that opened last summer. Other must-stops are walking across the Meridian Bridge, The Mint for lunch, Tastee Treat Drive-in for dessert, and the Ice House for a cold one.

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