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This event is held in February. The fishing tournament allows you to fish through the ice or from your boat. More information at www.pierrewfw.com
This event is held at the American Legion on March 17th., following the parade which starts at 4pm.
This event is held in April. South Dakota artists display a variety of art forms. For more information call 1-605-567-3562.
This event is held each spring and in the fall. Ninety artisans from South Dakota and neighboring states contribute to the show.
The races are held each spring at the Fort Pierre Fairgrounds.
Held in May. Enjoy free fishing and fun activities for the whole family. (605)223-7708—www.gfp.sd.gov.
Each Wednesday evening at 8:00pm from Memorial Day to the end of July enjoy concerts by the Capital City Band.
Short Grass Arts Council sponsors this event every Thursday in June, July
and August at the Fort Pierre Moose Lodge.
A spectacular bronc riding event. www.matchofchampions.com.
Held in Steamboat Park, it includes live music, arts and craft show, Carnival, State Cornhole tournament, food and much more. www.oahedays.com
Parade the morning of July 4th and rodeo in the evening. Band concert and fireworks complete the evening. www.pierre.org.
Held in June, this event is an outdoor working farm and ranch show. (605)-222-5360. www.oahefrs.com
Held in July. www.pierre.org.
Held in July at the Stanley County Fairgrounds in Fort Pierre.
All events are held in August at the Stanley County Fairgrounds in Fort Pierre. www.pierre.org.
Held in September, this event features exhibits, demonstrations, cook-off and a music freedom stage. Evening concerts. (605)222-0079 or (605)280-8938.
An action packed day of ranching fun held each September. www.pierre.org.
Held in September at the Best Western Ramkota in Pierre. www.pierre.org
Held each November and December. Nearly 100 trees are decorated and displayed in the Capitol. Entertainment is provded. www.pierre.org or (605)224-7361.
The event kicks off the Christmas season with music, floats and a visit from Santa. www.pierre.org