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Rhonda Sedgwick Stearns and special guest, Kim Harrington, perform original and classic cowboy poetry and cowboy music. This event is sponsored by Perkins Family Restaurant of Spearfish and Hosted by Gordy Pratt.
Admission: Adults - $10, kids 6 and under - Free. It is a family friendly show.
Limited seating available, please call or email to reserve your tickets. Ph: 605.642.9378, email@example.com, ...
High Plains Western Heritage Center in the Bruce Miller Theater
High Plains Western Heritage Center in the Bruce Miller Theater57783825 Heritage Drive, Spearfish, SD 57783
Tom Berry, known as the Cowboy Governor, was born today in 1877 in Nebraska. He arrived in South Dakota in 1897 and settled near Belvidere on a cattle ranch that he grew to 30,000 acres. After serving in the state legislature, Berry rode the 1932 Democratic landslide into the governor's office, where he served two terms. During his four years, Berry appointed 10 police officers to serve as the state's "Courtesy Patrol," which became the Highway Patrol. Berry unsuccessfully ran for national office and served as director of the Farm Credit Administration before retiring in Rapid City, where he died in 1951.