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Exhibits & Galleries

19th Annual Count Car Show

Feb 16, 2018 - Feb 18, 2018

19th Annual Counts Car Show. Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles etc.. Lots of vendors and activities for all ages.

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Frühlingsfest & Spring Market

May 5, 2018 11:00am - 3:00pm

Sample a wide selection of craft beer from local and national breweries, while browsing dozens of local artisan booths and taking in live music at Main Street Square's fourth annual Frühlingsfest & Spring Market. The event is open to all ages. ID's are required to consume alcohol.

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Native POP - People of the Plains, A Gathering of Arts and Culture

Jul 20, 2018 - Jul 21, 2018

A Gathering of People, Wind and Water is now Native POP: People of the Plains - A Gathering of Arts and Culture.
This juried Native American art show and cultural celebration, is a free annual event in the heart of downtown Rapid City on the third weekend of July at Main Street Square. Native POP features original artwork for sale by established and emerging Great Plains Native artists and a full day of cultural performances on the stage at Main Street Square. 

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2018 Western Dakota Gem & Mineral Showcase

Jul 20, 2018 - Jul 22, 2018

The Western Dakota Gem & Mineral Showcase is a gem and mineral that takes place annually in late July. Open to the public, the trade show will bring together gem and mineral specialists exhibiting their fine finds. 

The purpose of the Western Dakota Gem & Mineral Society club is to promote interest and education in geology, mineralogy, paleontology, archaeology, and lapidary, to sponsor and provide means of coordination the work efforts of groups and individuals in these science fields.

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Custer State Park Annual Buffalo Roundup Arts Festival

Sep 27, 2018 - Sep 30, 2018

Enjoy a fun-filled weekend that includes an Arts Festival and Craft Show with 150 exhibitors selling Native American and Western Arts and Crafts and South Dakota Made Products. Non-stop entertainment under the big top features dancers, bands, and poets. Educational programs are also conducted throughout the weekend featuring educational talks, bluegrass music, speakers from the surrounding Black Hills area, and living history demonstrations. Each day starts off with a pancake breakfast, and enjoy buffalo burgers, brats and chili thorughout the day on the festival grounds.

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