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Join us for lunch with our new program Turtle Soup!

Select Fridays from Noon - 1 pm
Included in Regular Admission or 1/2 OFF for Members

Enjoy good stories, good food and good company on select Friday's from Noon - 1 pm. Every Turtle Soup will feature a presentation on historic figures and events that influenced the Black Hills history and include a featured soup from Angel's Catering. Turtle Soup is included in regular museum admission or 1/2 OFF for Museum Members.

Feed your mind and your belly on your busy schedule:

12 pm - 12:15 pm - Lunch is served
12:15 pm - 12:45 pm Presentation
12:45 pm - 12:55 pm Q & A


January 13 - "Tom Berry: Our Cowboy Governor" presented by Paul Higbee

January 20 - "The Streets Were Paved with Buffalo Grass - Rapid City and its Cowboys" presented by Reid Riner

January 27 - "From Ox Cart to Television - The Duhamel Company" presented by Bill Duhamel

February 10 - "The Business of Rapid City" presented by Pat Roseland

February 17 - "Indian & Cowboy: Native Americans in the 1902 Roundup" presented by Dave Strain

February 24"Indian Buffalo Business, Co-Ops, New Deal for Native Americans" presented by Conor McMahon

March 3 - "Alice Gossage - Rapid City's Founding Mother" presented by Denise Ross

March 10 - "South Dakota's Women Pilots" presented by Norma Kraemer

March 17 - "Black Hills Women" presented by Reid Riner and Carol Reed

March 24 - "Women of the Sioux Indian Museum" presented by Conor McMahon

April 7 - "A Photographic Memory" presented by Paul Horsted

May 5 - "History of Fire in the Black Hills" presented by Jim Strain

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Tel: 605-394-6923 | Fax: 605-394-6940