Spearfish – There will be a community rummage sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 21 in the Spearfish Rec and Aquatics Center (SRAC) Lookout Room. A 10 by 15 foot space with a table is $15. Setup is from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, April 20th and 7-8 a.m. Saturday, April 21st. Call SRAC at 722-1430 to reserve a space. No early shoppers, please.
Where: Spearfish Parks
When: Saturday, April 21 | 8:00AM
Apr. 21 – Bunny Run- Jorgensen Park
6 months, 6 races, 6 different courses! Register for a single 5k race, or for the whole series. T-shirt included with full registration. Pre-registration is appreciated but not required. 8:15am check in , 9am start.
Light refreshments available at the finish line. Get into the theme, and win prizes as an individual and as a group!
Name: Cornhole: Black Hills Shootout
Date: May 4, 2018 – May 5, 2018
Website: Check us out online
Seven cornhole events crammed into 2 days.
Friday May 4th, 2018:4 PM – Sign up for Early Bird Random draw doubles – $10 per person
4:30 PM – Early Bird Random draw doubles tournament – Best of three in winners, one and done in losers.
7:00 PM – Sign up for 2nd random draw tourney – $10 per person
7:30 PM – 2nd random draw tourney. – Best of three in winners, one and done in losers.
Everyone will need to throw an SCR game on Friday evening. This score will determine your seeding for the singles and doubles tournaments on Saturday. If you aren’t able to do this you will have a seeding score of zero. Optional $5 prior to throwing gets you in the top 3 payout challenge for high scores.
Saturday May 5th, 2018:
9:30 AM – Register for Singles – $25 per person
10 AM – Singles tournament – Best of 3 in winners and losers bracket. (Pending # of entrants)
4 PM – Register for doubles – $50 per team
5 PM – Doubles tournament – Best of 3 in winners and losers bracket. (Pending # of teams)
Points will be awarded from the two Saturday tournaments based on place finished. The points will be added up for each state to decide which state with the most points to take the prestigious Cup. Keep in mind the points are for the cup and bragging rights. All money is won in the tournaments.
We will do a knockout game on Saturday between the singles and doubles tournaments – $5/person. Top 3 paid.
We will do an airmail challenge on Saturday. It will be open for about 4 hours. We will pay the top 3 places. $5 for one throw of 8 bags or $10 for three throws of 8 bags.
You can bring your own bags to use. They have to be approved by the tournament director (T-bone and/or Mike). We will go with the ACL parameters.
Bags should measure 6″ x 6″ when laid flat – accepted tolerance is 5.75” – 6.25”.
Bags should weigh 16 ounces – accepted tolerance is 15.5 oz – 16.25 oz. Bags should measure 1.25” thick – accepted tolerance is 1.00” to 1.50”.
Outside Material may be anything that does not damage or create residue on the board
Inside Material should be RESIN ONLY. No metal and nothing that will damage or leave residue on the board.
Examples of some allowed bag manufacturers like ACO, Beer Belly and Pro Z. The real flimsy bags that pop up from time to time will not be allowed.
To grow the sport out West we will limit this event to players that are living in states West of the Mississippi river. Be prepared to show ID.
A block of rooms will be reserved for this event at the Holiday Inn. The hotel rate will be determined soon. Ask for the “BH Shootout” Rate. (605) 642-4683
Location: 305 N 27th St.
Where: Spearfish Area
When: Saturday, June 9 | 12:01AM
The Annual Spearfish Citywide Rummage Sales take place the weekend of June 8 & 9.
Stay tuned for more information.
Where: Spearfish City Park
When: Saturday, June 9 | 5:00AM
The Gravel Grinder is made up of three different rides; The Gold Dust, a 70-mile ride. The Gold Rush, a 110-mile ride. And the Motherlode, a 210-mile ride. The Gravel Grinder is a race/ride/tour on gravel road that will let you experience the Black Hills and all of its wonders!
For more information the the Gravel Grinder: Click Here
The Gold Dust Gravel Grinder is our introductory course into endurance gravel riding. This is sort of a race, as we will be giving away an award to the top 3 overall mens and womens finishers (regardless of class), but it’s more about the fun and challenge of just finishing the ride. In the Gold Dust we give you more time to reach each checkpoint, than the more difficult Gold Rush and Mother Lode routes. This route is a challenging 70 mile, single-loop course, with the last 20 miles being primarily downhill! This is a semi-supported race/ride due to limited access to water.
The Gold Rush Gravel Grinder is the Black Hills Premier Gravel Road Race. It is a 110 mile long, single-loop route that will take you through the beautiful Black Hills of South Dakota. This area is rich in history and was once a big part of the great Dakota Boom and Gold Rush in the Black Hills. The event is intended to be a fun, yet challenging endurance gravel road race/ride that will use open public-access gravel and dirt roads, through the Black Hills National forest and into Wyyyooommming! The course will consist of mostly gravel, some dirt, possible mud, and a bit of pavement (gasp)! while rolling over open prairie, meandering through beautiful canyons with flowing creeks, exploring the deep forest, and climbing to several spectacular vistas. This race is intended for people familiar to gravel riding that can average a minimum 10mph pace. This is a semi-supported race due to limited access to water and cell reception, with over 7,000 ft. of climbing!
The Mother Lode is a 210 mile ride that will take you on a tour through both the Northern and Southern Black Hills of South Dakota. There is a total of approx. 185-190 miles of gravel, with the rest being pavement. It is a challenging course with about 13,000 ft. of climbing!! The gravel in the hills is unique in that there aren’t a lot of rolling hills. You will usually be doing long steady climbs and descents on roads that don’t make many 90 degree turns, but rather wind their way through the beautiful Black Hills landscape. During the ride you will get to enjoy a section of the famed Mickelson Trail where you will take a “car free”, winding path through the woods, crossing a multitude of bridges and going through 3 tunnels! The last 13 miles of the course take you down Spearfish Canyon to the finish. This race is a self supported race and you will need to carry all of your own food and water.
All riders will have from 5am to 2:30am to complete the ride! After this you will not be given a finishing time, and there won’t be anyone or anything at the finish line!
Where: High Plains Western Heritage Center
When: Tuesday, July 3 | 5:00PM
The Cowboy Supper and Comedy Music Show, a unique and authentic cowboy style supper, was first introduced to the High Plains Western Heritage Center in 2017.
It is served on an original chuck wagon and features a menu of angus steak tips, chuck wagon beans, mashed potatoes and more. Supper is followed by the comedy music show “Spirit of the American Cowboy” in the Bruce Miller Theater featuring entertainers, Gordy Pratt and Dayce Sellers. This Cowboy Supper and Comedy Music Show will be available Tuesdays and Thursdays for the month of July as well as Aug. 1st. Doors Open at 5 p.m.
Show Only Ticket: $15
Meal and Show Ticket: $30