Sponsored by Piedmont Valley American Legion Auxiliary
Saturday, December 7, 2019 noon-6:00pm
Sunday, December 8, 2019 9:00am-4:00pm
YMCA Boys and Girls 2nd through 5th Grade Basketball Leagues
Season runs February 1 through March 7. Registration ends January 13.
Boys and Girls Tiny Tots Basketball Clinic (ages 5-8)
Saturday mornings Jan 4-24. Registration deadline is January 2.
Youth Boys and Girls 1st grade basketball league
January 31 through March 6. Registration deadline is January 13.
3rd, 4th, 5th grade girls volleyball clinic
Saturdays March 21 to April 18 (no clinic Easter weekend)
Register Jan 27 through March 19.
20th annual Kirk Bower Racquetball Tournament
February 27-29, registration deadline is Saturday February 22.
Whitewood Festival of Trees. Live and silent auction. 5:00pm preview 6:30pm auction.
Feed your mind and your belly with Turtle Soup, featuring a presentation on historic Black Hills figures or events and a bowl of soup provided by Angel’s Catering.
This week, Paul Higbee presents, “The History of the Black Hills Roundup.”
The Black Hills Roundup marked its 100th anniversary this year. Belle Fourche is home to this multi-day rodeo and Fourth of July celebration that has featured legendary bucking horses (beginning with Tipperary), world champion bronc busters, women trick riders – including Mattie Goff and the Tope Sisters – specialty acts such as the locally-based Olson buffalo show, and a visit by President Calvin Coolidge in 1927.
All of this has contributed to a rodeo that’s nationally acclaimed and going into its second century. It’s respected as an event that’s outdoors and true to the sport’s roots.
The Black Hills Roundup Committee commissioned Higbee for this research.
Higbee is best known to South Dakotans as the longtime Black Hills feature writer and columnist for “South Dakota Magazine.” Over the past two years, he’s had two book-length biographies published: “South Dakota’s Cowboy Governor, Tom Berry” (History Press) and “First Strike — Doolittle Raider Don Smith” (South Dakota Historical Society Press).
He was also writer/producer for a South Dakota Public Broadcasting documentary, “Leaving Redfield,” in 2019. He and his wife Janet live in Spearfish.
Admission is $12 for adults, $10 for seniors, half-off for members. Call 605-394-6923 to reserve tickets.
Community Tree Lighting and Caroling begin at 5. Santa & Mrs Claus present; then Journey of Lights Parade on Main Street.
Stop by Deadwood History’s annual Holiday Open House at the Days of ’76 Museum from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Open House includes children’s activities, great holiday gifts for family and friends, free museum access, and photos with Santa. Refreshments will be served. Admission is free. For more information, please call 605-722-4800.
The Hill City Senior Center will have their Christmas Rummage & Bake Sale on Saturday, December 7th. The Center has a good variety of Christmas items. The bake sale will offer cookies, candies, breads & jelly for sale.
Holiday Goodie Sale. Come pick up a container, provided for your use.
Choose from an assortment of homemade cookies and candies.
Just in time for the Holidays!
Proceeds will support the State ECW Project , Al Ahli Episcopal Hospital in Gaza
Crafters Marketplace and Food Court,: Juried & Handcrafted items for sale plus Minnekahta Quilt Guild Show & Raffle, Pictures with Santa by 4-H, Carriage rides (weather permitting), and food by local organizations