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Calendar of Events

March 9 Rural America Initiatives RAPID CITY – Join us Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 1 P.M. for the Ateyapi, “Honoring The Youth” Wacipi/Powwow!!!

March 15 – 16 St. Patrick’s Day Weekend DEADWOOD – Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in the Old West with Leprechaun Olympics, parades, music, drinks, food and fun. The green-tinted weekend of fun starts at 5 p.m. Friday and runs through Saturday. On Saturday, March 16, join more than 1,200 others at Deadwood’s annual Pub Crawl, the largest in the region.

March 16 Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade SIOUX FALLS – The Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade

was designed to be a people’s parade – meaning anyone can participate as long as they register in advance and they’re wearing a button. The “official” St. Patrick’s Day Parade buttons cost $3 each. The festivities will officially kick off with the annual Painting of the Shamrock, which will take place at 11 a.m. at the center of Sioux Falls, 9th Street and Phillips Avenue. The parade will be begin at 2 p.m. at 13th Street and Phillips Avenue.

March 15 – 17 Tri-State Horse Expo SIOUX FALLS – This annual event brings together horse enthusiasts from South Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa for a weekend of events, demonstrations, vendors and more. You can see team roping, barrel racing, cutting, trick riding, ranching sorting, driving,

and SDRA rodeos all at the W.H. Lyon Fairgrounds in Sioux Falls.

March 16 Bird Cage Book Store Open House: 2 Year Celebration! RAPID CITY – Join us at Bird Cage Book Store! We are celebrating! The Readiatrics Book Drive is kicking off on March 16, Saturday at 11:00am in the Racing Magpie Arts Studio in partnership with Bird Cage Book Store. Free books and snack bags to the first 100 kiddos attending. Noon- 1:30pm: Joseph Marshall 111, lecture and book signing. Crazy Horse Weeps: The Challenge of Being Lakota in White America. 2pm-3:30 Free the Bird Poetry. Theme: Celebrating women. 3:30pm-4:30pm: CD release Alex Firethunder “Makhoche kin thehila, Love for the Land”

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