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September Newsletter: Fall is Here!
Oh how pretty everything is this year, we've had some really great rains and everything is a gorgeous combination of green, yellow, red, gold, an absolute spray of color everywhere, Nice!
Here at Prairie Edge and the Sioux Trading Post we are enjoying the last of our tourists and visitors, thank you everyone who stopped by to shop and have a good visit.
The New Creations section of the web-site shows that folks are still creating great artwork by local Native American artists Kevin Fast Horse, Jim Little Wounded, Evans Flammond, Sr. and Marge Mousseaux.
The FineArt Gallery is setting up for the Wind and Water Exhibition. The upcoming exhibit features work by 33 celebrated South Dakota artists inspired by sculptor Masayuki Nagase’s visual themes, or metaphors, for Passage of Wind and Water. The exhibit opens at Prairie Edge Gallery (across the street from The Sculpture Project) on Oct. 3 with an artists’ reception, 5 – 7 p.m. and shows through Nov. 3, 2014.
The bookstore is getting ready for the 7th Annual Lakota*Dakota*Nakota Language Summit being held at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center on October 10-12, 2014. This exciting event brings language experts together to discuss and make plans about these three historic languages and their preservation.
We will have a booth set up during this event so stop by and see us.
At the same time, our Sioux Trading Post is gearing up for the 28th He Sapa Wacipi Na Oskate (Black Hills Pow Wow). We are stocking up on craft supplies, beads, botanicals and the latest news to share with friends and family. Come dance with us during October 10-12, 2014.
Sioux Trading Post will be joining the bookstore and sharing a booth at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center, so this is yet another reason to stop by and visit us.
We are glad for your support and hope you can get out and enjoy the lovely colors of fall.