2016 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
KEYSTONE, SOUTH DAKOTA
April May, June, July August, September, October, November, December

Feb. 14-Annual Valentine’s Day “Death by Chocolate”, 11:30 am, United Church of Christ, Keystone

March 13-Annual Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner, 11:30am, UCC, Keystone

March 27-Sunrise Service, UCC, Keystone

April

May

Custer State Park Open House Weekend, May 20-22

Each Spring Custer State Park along with the rest of the state park system celebrates the beginning of another summer season with the annual Open House Weekend. During the weekend, guests can visit the parks for free and can fish without a license.

June

June 4-5-Keystone Kickstart Weekend

Kickoff summer 2016 in Keystone!

(events are still being planned but will include a city wide scavenger hunt and discounts to locals-Pennington, Fall River, and Custer Counties)

Crazy Horse Volksmarch
Spring Volksmarch, June 4-5
Autumn Volksmarch, October 2
A 10K or 6.2-mile woodlands ramble to the world’s largest mountain carving in progress in the southern Black Hills of South Dakota.

July

July 3-A Monumental Independence Day Celebration

“What better place to celebrate our nation’s freedom than the home of Mount Rushmore”

Events include an Old Time Town Social, live music, and various family friendly activities.

August

76th Annual Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, August 8-14

Be a part of the celebration!!! Everyone must experience Sturgis once in their lifetime. There's nothing quite like it. The streets are roaring with bikes and vendors fill the Main Street storefronts selling everything from alligator on a stick to tattoos. People are taking in all the sights and sounds including the custom bike builder exhibits, attending the world class concerts or supporting historical Jackpine Gypsies racing that started this world renowned rally. Make plans today to see what the excitement is all about!

September

Sept 9-10 Annual Holy Terror Days Celebration, (Parade, BBQ, Auction, Ugly Truck Contest)

Relive the past and participate in an original celebration from the early 1900’s in Keystone. This event began as a celebration on Independence Day, July 4, 1899 on Main Street in Historic Keystone. Currently, the town celebrates the history of our community which began in the Gold Rush. Keystone relives the past with historic activities to involve the town residents and tourists who travel to the Black Hills

Buffalo Roundup, September 30
Feel the thunder and join the herd at the annual Custer State Park Buffalo Roundup. Watch cowboys and cowgirls as they roundup and drive the herd of approximately 1,300 buffalo (number of animals vary depending on rangeland conditions). Not only is the roundup a spectacular sight to see, it is also a critical management tool in maintaining a strong and healthy herd.

October

Crazy Horse Volksmarch
Spring Volksmarch, June 4-5
Autumn Volksmarch, October 2
A 10K or 6.2-mile woodlands ramble to the world’s largest mountain carving in progress in the southern Black Hills of South Dakota.

Oct 14-16, 21-23, 23-29, 31 Haunting of Keystone

The 7th Annual Haunting of Keystone presents the School from Hell, Wicked Little Miners, and the Haunted Forest. All locations Ghost Hunters Certified to have real ghosts! Maybe it’s us…maybe it’s them!

Oct 14-15 Keystone Drops Dead Weekend

It’s the “Keystone Drops Dead” season end sales event, to coincide with the opening weekend of “The Haunting of Keystone” which has now become a major Halloween destination for thousands of people. From a Zombie walk, pumpkin bowling to trick or treating for the kids and shopping for the adults….Keystone will be decorated up and ready to welcome the visitors.

November

December

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Keystone, South Dakota 57751

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