Posted on May 20, 2021

Dacotah Prairie Museum

SAVE THE DATE: “History Alive! at Centennial Village” Saturday June 12, 11am-3pm
“History Alive! at Centennial Village” is a live-action telling of the stories of early immigrants, indigenous peoples, and other Dakota Territory inhabitants. Walk the village boardwalk to interact with live-action characters from Brown County’s past; immerse yourself in history from the fur trade era to the suffragists of the early 1900s. Get ready for a special visit from President Taft who arrived in Aberdeen in 1911 on the train and portrayed by local theatrical performer Courtney Rott. All taking place at the historic Centennial Village at the Brown County Fairgrounds. Sponsored by the Dacotah Prairie Museum with assistance from a 3M Community Vibrancy Grant and the South Dakota Humanities Council. Free Admission.
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