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Talking Circle Speaker at Crazy Horse Memorial


June 17, 2021    

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Native artists, performers, and culture bearers share their knowledge and skill with visitors to the Memorial by offering a presentation about current cultural issues, traditions, and living heritage of North American Indians.  These talks are held on Thursday evenings.

Event Location:

Crazy Horse Memorial

Gift From Mother Earth Art Show


June 18, 2021  - June 20, 2021   

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CRAZY HORSE MEMORIAL® CELEBRATES THE ARTS AND CRAFTS THAT ARE MELDING NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURES AND THE NEW WEST.

During the three-day “Gift from Mother Earth Art Show.” Exhibitors, the makers of custom-made clothing, jewelry and other items for sale, fill much of the visitor complex. The booths open at 8 a.m. all three days.

Awards are given in several art categories. Visitors also enjoy American Indian performers.

Event Location:

Crazy Horse Memorial

Sculpture in the Hills Art Show & Sale


June 19, 2021  - June 20, 2021   

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June 19 & 20, 2021

Located between two of the world’s largest and most famous sculptures, Mt. Rushmore and Crazy Horse, Hill City is the logical spot for the Sculpture in the Hills Art Show & Sale. The show is juried, which means that quality for buyers is guaranteed. Sculpture in the Hills also is intimate, with a maximum of 25 artists per year, showing together under one tent just off Main Street—between the famous Alpine Inn and Granite Sports.

Free to the public on Saturday and Sunday- it’s your chance to meet and talk with the artists, see world-class sculpture, and have a great time!

Event Location:

Downtown Hill City

Talking Circle Speaker at Crazy Horse Memorial


June 24, 2021    

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Native artists, performers, and culture bearers share their knowledge and skill with visitors to the Memorial by offering a presentation about current cultural issues, traditions, and living heritage of North American Indians.  These talks are held on Thursday evenings.

Event Location:

Crazy Horse Memorial

Mount Rushmore Rodeo #2-Mount Rushmore at Palmer Gulch KOA


June 26, 2021    

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The hoots and hollers of Wild West rodeo action will echo around Palmer Gulch this season as rodeos kick up the dust at the Mount Rushmore Resort at Palmer Gulch. Time: 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Event Location:

Mount Rushmore at Palmer Gulch KOA

Ruth's Night Blast at Crazy Horse Memorial


June 26, 2021    

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The first night blast of the year is June 26th. It celebrates the birthday of the late Mrs. Korczak (Ruth) Ziolkowski (1926 - 2014), wife of the late Crazy Horse sculptor.

The June 26th blast also commemorates the anniversary of the Battle of the Little Big Horn in 1876. The battle was June 25, 1876. Crazy Horse was a main strategist in the defeat of Lt. Col. George Armstrong Custer and his troops.

The public is welcome to the night blasts and regular admission rates apply. Because the night blasts are among the Memorial’s most popular events, the public is advised to arrive early. The restaurant at Crazy Horse closes at 4:00 p.m. on the evenings of the night blasts, but the Snack Shop remains open.

Event Location:

Crazy Horse Memorial

Talking Circle Speaker at Crazy Horse Memorial


July 1, 2021    

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Native artists, performers, and culture bearers share their knowledge and skill with visitors to the Memorial by offering a presentation about current cultural issues, traditions, and living heritage of North American Indians.  These talks are held on Thursday evenings.

Event Location:

Crazy Horse Memorial

Brulé Concert @ Crazy Horse Memorial


July 3, 2021    

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Electrifying show consists of a rock ensemble augmented with an array of traditional Native American dancers & instrumentation.  The show starts at 7:00 pm.

Event Location:

Crazy Horse Memorial

Talking Circle Speaker at Crazy Horse Memorial


July 8, 2021    

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Native artists, performers, and culture bearers share their knowledge and skill with visitors to the Memorial by offering a presentation about current cultural issues, traditions, and living heritage of North American Indians.  These talks are held on Thursday evenings.

Event Location:

Crazy Horse Memorial

Black Hills Raptor Center at The Farmer's Daughter


July 10, 2021    

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It's that time of year! Visit The Farmer's Daughter at 164 Main Street in Hill City on Saturday, July 11 from 10a-3p. The folks from the Black Hills Raptor Center will be here with their amazing birds!  Starting at 10am to 3pm.

Event Location:

The Farmer's Daughter
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