Tri-State Museum, Belle Fourche, SD
Friday, July 25, 2014 * 8:00 pm
Tri-State Museum/Center of the Nation Visitor Center will have a FREE -Movie under the Stars!! Come early and bring the family for some fun Chalk Art activities around the CON monument. Bring your instruments and join in or just tap your toes while several “JAM” combo groups perform for your listening pleasure. Pop, popcorn and other goodies will be available for a small fee!
At 8pm we will be showing “Dances With Wolves” to kick off the 25th Anniversary of the filming of this great movie. Filmed in part near the Belle Fourche River - join us on the lawn of the banks of the Belle Fourche River behind the Museum for this fun evening.
July 28 - August 2, 2014
Our own Mick Harrison will be displaying some of his artwork in the Museum, July 28 - August 2. Mick is best known for his insightful portrayal of western and prairie life. He prefers to concentrate his artistic efforts on captured moments, stories of life.
August 2, 2014 * 10:00 am
Mick Harrison will tell the stories and history behind the paintings on display at our 1st Saturday Brunch, August 2. The 10am brunch is free to “Friends of the Museum” $5 to non members. The program is free and starts at 10:30am. Please join us!
The Tri-State Museum is a 4,000 square foot, city-owned and operated, historical museum based out of beautiful Belle Fourche, South Dakota. The museum is located on US-85 in the Northern Black Hills. We are a short drive to major attractions such as Deadwood, Rapid City, Spearfish Canyon, Rocky Point State Park/Orman Dam, Devils Tower, and Mt. Rushmore.
Our museum focuses on the early pioneer, rodeo, and old west history of the Tri-State region of Western South Dakota, Eastern Wyoming and Southeast Montana. The museum houses over 5,000 artifacts, rodeo memorabilia, historical records, antiques, collectibles, fossils, and other items. These include the original 1876 Johnny Spaulding Cabin, artifacts from the early cattle days, artifacts from the Belle Fourche Roundup Rodeo, (largest rodeo in South Dakota) and much, much more.
We work closely with the South Dakota State Historical Society, The Adam's Museum and others local organizations such as The Belle Fourche Historical Society, Questers, Lion's Club, Golden Hills Antique Club, Northern Hills Retired Teachers, Belle Fourche Chamber of Commerce and others.
The museum is very active in the region, helping to promote and host many local activities, educational programs and special events.