Pow Wow: What To Expect

Pow Wow: What To Expect

A Pow Wow is a fun, family friendly event that is open to the public. Expect to see dancers dressed in beautiful regalia, to hear powerful drums, and to learn about cultures that span this continent w…
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February 2019: Pow Wow Season Etiquette

February 2019: Pow Wow Season Etiquette

It seems early to talk about the upcoming Pow Wow season but it's not, it's already here! For a Big venue, there is the Denver March Pow Wow, March 22 - 24, 2019. There have been some smaller local…
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December 29, 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre

December 29, 1890 Wounded Knee Massacre

December 28, 1890. On this date, Chief Bigfoot of the Miniconjou and his small band, attempted to reach the safety of friends and relatives at the Pine Ridge Agency at the invitation of Chief Red Clou…
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Our New Year's Resolution

Our New Year's Resolution

It's the end of another great year here at Prairie Edge and the Sioux Trading Post. We've had some real standout moments and many learning experiences.Our resolution each year is pretty much the same,…
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Open House on Small Business Saturday: 2018

We are getting closer to our annual Open House on Saturday, November 24th from 11am - 3pm. Held every year during Thanksgiving weekend we are also celebrating Small Business Saturday. Th…
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Veterans Day 2018

“Even before they could vote, they served their country." Words like these are often heard when referring to Native American Veterans. As far back as the American Revolution, Native Americans have p…
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Who’s Ready For Fall?

It’s been another great summer season! Despite the hail, high winds and everything else Mother Nature has thrown at us, we managed to gain new friends and we got to visit with old friends. Family came…
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August 2018 - Pow Wow, Rodeo, Rally

Hello Family and Friends:Here we are at the height of our summer high season. It has been a pleasure meeting new friends, catching up with old friends and helping to make a memorable summer for some o…
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The Lakota Sundance Season

As we move pass the height of the summer solstice, we are welcoming our sisters and brothers who come for the Sundance. A ritual that is steeped in Native American belief, used to heal the People, the…
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Native American Historical Events: July 2018

Things really heat up on the Prairie during July, if we don't get enough rain, crops will burn, too much rain and crops will suffer as well. Even the folks who raise livestock are dependent on the env…
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