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May 1, 2017

Bella Pregnancy Resource Center Sonography Refresher

Bella Pregnancy Resource Center in Spearfish will be hosting a Nurse Sonography Refresher Course on May 1 & 2 and are seeking the help of pregnant women in their first and second trimesters to act as ultrasound volunteers. The scans are free of charge and pictures will be provided. The scans are for training purposes only and do not take the place of routine prenatal scans or care with a primary care physician.  Women in their first trimesters of pregnancy are especially needed.  Please call Bella at 605-642-4140 for more information or to make an appointment for a free scan.

7:30 PMAmerica's Roots Of Pop By The Dave Bennett Quartet
Rushmore Plaza Civic Center 444 Mt. Rushmore Road, Rapid City, SD 57701

America's Roots of Pop by the Dave Bennet Quartet \ Monday, May 1 \ 7:30 pm \ $10 - $25
A multi-instrument phenomenon, Bennet is one of the only artists saluting the Roots of Pop, covering the swing era and Rock-n-Roll to country, Elvis and the Beatles.

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Lori James Benefit: Bingo and Silent Auction
Saloon No. 10, Main Street, Deadwood, SD

Lori James long time Lead/Deadwood resident, this 24 year Saloon No.10 employee has been diagnosed with stage 2 Breast Cancer. 

On Monday May 1st The Saloon No.10’s adult-themed toy/novelty bingo will be in honor of Lori with all proceeds benefitting her.



Lori is also an avid Kentucky Derby Fan and has attended several of the events over the years.  Unfortunately

she will not be able to attend this year.  The Saloon No.10 will be Hosting a silent auction during the 143rd

running of the Kentucky Derby.  There will also be a Derby Hat Contest & Trifecta Pick’Em Contest with all

proceeds donated to Lori.



 lori james



Moon Walk Schedule 2017

The Black Hills National Forest announces the Moon Walk interpretive program schedule for the 2017 season. In its 22nd year, Forest visitors will explore soils and other resources beneath the national forest, learn about wildlife and plants on the surface and learn about the night sky above the Forest.


Speakers include South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks, The Nature Conservancy, USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service, Black Hills State University and biologists from the Black Hills National Forest. 


Moon Walks are held on a Saturday night close to the official full moon and begin at 7:00 p.m. Most programs last for 1-2 hours and visitors walk an average of 1 mile round trip. As each Moon Walk nears, specific directions to individual programs will be posted on the Black Hills National Forest website at or call (605) 343-1567.


Please note, the September star gazing program will be held on the Saturday closest to the “new moon”, not full moon, to better view the night sky. 


 2017 Moon Walk Schedule


May 13 – Wildlife, Raptors and Habitats

This walk is located in the southern Black Hills.  Join South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks biologists at an osprey platform to learn about raptors and wildlife and the role they play in this diverse ecosystem. 


June 10 – Conserving Cave Resources – Above & Below Ground

This walk is located in the southern Black Hills west of Custer, SD.  The Nature Conservancy will discuss how land use above Jewel Cave National Monument has the potential to affect cave resources and feature stories from cave explorers about their new cave discoveries deep below the surface.


July 8 – Botany

This walk is located in the southern Black Hills west of Custer, SD.  USFS botanists will walk participants along the Hell Canyon rim while discussing the diverse ecosystems that occur both along the rim and in the canyon.  This program is in memory of Andrew Korth, USFS botanist, 2008-2010


August 5 – Soils: The World Beneath Your Feet

This walk is located in the central Black Hills.  Join scientists from the USDA - Natural Resource Conservation Service as they discuss soil development, GIS mapping and the significance of soil types in natural resource management.


September 23 – Star Gazing

This walk is located in the central Black Hills west of Deerfield Reservoir.   Be ready to discover the universe with telescopes and a cellphone APP while guided by a physics professor and students from Black Hills State University under this “new moon” night.


For more information on the Black Hills National Forest, call (605) 673-9200, visit or download the new Forest phone app at:

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Phone number: 605-343-6161
Address: 660 Florman STE 100
Rapid City, SD 57701