Things to Do

Looking for something to do? You came to the right place! South Dakota is bursting at the seams with unique attractions, historic sites, beautiful lakes and streams, and all sorts of events happening everyday across the state. My goal is to share some of my favorite things, fond memories and some places on my bucket list.

Book Signing by Tom Roberts of Sioux Falls

Tuesday, November 27 3:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. Heritage Store at the Capitol  (first floor) Contact: Dorinda Daniel Email Website Sioux Falls author/storyteller Tom Roberts will sign copies of his Christmas books for children of all ages. Five books by Roberts will be...

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Every Kid in a Park

Hey fourth graders! See America’s natural wonders and historic sites for free. You and your family get free access to hundreds of parks, lands, and waters for an entire year. Fourth graders This is for you! Explore ancient dwellings. See a waterfall taller than a...

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Chamberlain DIY Sign Workshop

A morning of fun!! Join us in Chamberlain, SD at Balance Studio to create your own seasonal sign! Saturday, November 10, 2018 at 10 AM – 1 PM CST Heart 2 Home will guide you through the process of creating your own wooden sign from start to finish! This will benefit...

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Mind Blown Studio, Deadwood

I stopped in the Mind Blown Studio in Deadwood and watched owner Toni Gerlach teaching another gal the art of hot glass blowing. I have seen glass blowing on TV but never in person, and it was cool...the molten glass...not so cool. The first photo below shows the...

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Arts and Crafts Festival in Faulkton

Saturday, October 20th from 10 am - 5:00 pm Hosted by: Faulkton Area Arts Council This is the 44th Annual Arts & Craft Festival in Faulkton over Pheasant Opener! With over 75 vendors, this show traditionally has a large number of quality handcrafted items! Free...

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Devil’s Bathtub – My Experience

The Devil's Bathtub trail follows along Squaw Creek through a rugged canyon filled to the brim with absolutely beautiful scenery. The trail starts off easy enough, but as it snakes along the creek it gets very rugged very quickly. Almost right away you must cross the...

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