Hot Springs Showcase
When you think “small town”; you think of a place where a stranger will help stranded motorists, where the walk of an elderly neighbor is always shoveled and being greeted by name at your locally owned grocery store. When thinking of “small town” life in the Black Hills, Hot Springs, South Dakota is top of mind.
Manager and Marketing Consultant Tammy Ackerman says there’s a real bond between staff and customers who “like to hear their name when they come in.”
As one visitor says, “You’re only a stranger once.”
Learn more about this new local favorite here
Hot Springs has a natural alternative for people who want healthy skin but don’t want harsh chemicals.
Juju’s Naturals began with a mission to help people live long and healthy lives. According to Owner Julie Stephens, it’s all about having control over your skin.
“We all live in a world where there’s tons of toxins everywhere … we try to make a difference,” Stephens says.
More on natural skin care here
Patients at the Regional Health Medical Clinic in Hot Springs not only get great care – they’re treated like family.
Staff take their time caring for patients, treating them as they would want to be treated.
The clinic offers care from birth to hospice. They work to make sure patients can be seen for urgent needs by providers in the clinic if the patient’s provider isn’t available.
Learn more about the great care at Regional Health Medical Clinic here
The FlatIron Inn offers a unique mix of history and comfort.
The FlatIron Building is on the National Historic Register. It was named after the first skyscraper in New York City, which is bordered on two sides by streets and looks like an old-fashioned flat iron.
Check out FlatIron’s historic comfort here
The story of this museum and excavation site goes back to 1974. A contractor began work on a housing development but was stopped short. There was something in the ground.
Dr. Jim Mead and the late Dr. Larry Agenbroad came to investigate the discovered bones.
In the late ‘70s, the decision was made to turn the site into an educational display. The work to study and preserve the bones continues today.
Check out the adventure millions of years in the making here.
Faces in the Crowd: Jeff Consoer, a scientist, decided the small town life was for him. Leaving the science field and opening a Speakeasy in Hot Springs, S.D. instead.
Battle Mountain Humane Society is overcoming fire to ensure the smallest residents in Hot Springs are cared for
Thank you to the sponsors who made the Hot Springs Community Showcase possible.