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INSIDERS TIPS Make the most of your time with our advice and get to experience Lead like the locals PLUS THE BEST FUN TIMES AND ENTERTAINMENT NEW AROUND TOWN HOW TO FIND EVERYTHING PLAY OUTSIDE Learn about all the recreation opportunities that make Lead an outdooor enthusiasts dream no matter the season LEADMAGAZINE FREE 2016 ISSUE Explore more Discover what makes our town a destination miles beyond ordinary TERRY PEAK IS SOUTH DAKOTAS PREMIER SKI AND SNOWBOARD RESORT AND ITS FIVE MINUTES FROM LEAD 605.584.2165 eteria bar ski shop rental department PSIA AASI certified ski school Dark Horse Saloon Freshies retail shop cafeteria bar ski sh ONLY IN OCTOBER THE HALF-PRICE SEASON PASS SALE For unlimited skiing or riding all seasonor riding all season long invest in the best deal around Terry Peak half-price season pass With a summit at 7100 feet Terry Peak offers the highest lift service between the Rocky Mountains and the Alps. TTerry Peak has three high speed quads a triple chairlift plus a covered snow carpet surface lift on the beginners slope... and they will all take you to breathtaking heights. Reaching such elevation means the mountain can get up to three times as much snow as anywhere else in the region. In the event of a lean winter Terry Peak snowmaking capacity ensures that the conditions are great all season long no matter what. With that premium powder power and a vertical rise of 1100 feet 29 trails and pprogressive terrain park Terry Peak truly provides plenty of non-stop action and unlimited adventure. But dont take our word for it COME SEE FOR YOURSELF. 32 SANFORD LAB HOMESTAKE VISITOR CENTER Exciting new activities as Leads Visitor Center begins its second year NEUTRINO DAYS Celebrate science with educational fun great discovery and tours behind-the-scenes 41 DIRECTORY 34 h 3LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 CONTENTS THIS IS MY LEAD Real people giving you real advice unfiltered 4 FIRST WORDS 7 LEAD BASICS 8 CALENDAR OF EVENTS FOUR SEASONS IN LEAD Discover some of the many reasons that make Lead one of the best destinations for outdoor recreation and adventures year-round 14 HISTORIC HOMESTAKE OPERA HOUSE New interpretive center tells the story of Leads Historic Opera House 18 WHATS BREWING Lead prides itself on its great outdoors but there is also all kinds of fun to have in our restaurants and bars 24 THIS IS MY LEAD Real people giving you real advice unfiltered come be an insider too 31 THIS IS MY LEAD CONTEST Share your own story about Your Lead and you could win a unique VIP Lead Experience 24 10 ABOVE Lead as seen from Terry Peaks summit a breath-taking picture by Vicky Strickland BELOW FROM TOP Melissa Johnson and her sons during a four-wheeler adventure in the Hills Marie-Eve Praux and her husband on top of the world after a hike taken this spring. T ucked into the steep folds of the Northern Black Hills and engulfed in a lush blanket of ponderosa pines Lead is a place where you can escape from the world. Sitting at 5280 feet elevation our low-key historic gold-mining town prides itself for its rustic eccentric vibe and our warm community is more about relaxed authenticity than glamorous trends. But we take our playing seriously in our off- the-beaten path hamlet here the only rush hour happens because you are thrilled and hurrying to get outside John Muir wrote Keep close to Natures heart and break clear away once in a while to climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods and wash your spirit clean. This is the Lead lifestyle. Lead pronounced leed was long the home of the Homestake Mining Company then the largest deepest and most productive gold mine in the Western Hemisphere. It is really no wonder people here are proud of their heritage As it once was a vibrant hub of gold mining fame Lead remains rich in natural wonders. All around the town the Black Hills outrun the vision. In their creases they hide many treasures. On one side of Lead the 109 mile long Mickelson trail snakes and disappears into the valleys on the other side trout-filled creeks dances through the evergreen covers toward the beautiful Spearfish Canyon. 5LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 CONTRIBUTORS WENDY PITLICK Stories Wendy Pitlick wrote all the stories of our magazine interviewing local residents and business people alike. She is proud to call Lead home and she truly loves the community. She and her husband are raising their two children here. Wendy is a professional writer business owner teacher and community volunteer. You can reach her at JESSE BROWN Cover Photo Jesse grew up in Rapid City and spent all of his free time in the Hills. His mom bought him his first disposable camera during a trip when he was 7 years old and photography has been his passion ever since. His company Jesse Nelson Brown Photography specializes in action sports lifestyle and nature photography. His stunning picture of Terry Peak won the first place in our photo contest. You can contact him at FIRST WORDS Every winter Lead turns into a snow-smothered paradise and with over 350 miles of groomed snowmobile trails two great ski areas at our front doors and multiple opportunities for snowshoeing and cross-country skiing we can really boast four seasons worth of the best outdoors fun. Backcountry aficionados with a taste for muddy trails powder-hounds dreaming of their own perfect snow weekend warriors looking to make the most of that well deserved break Lead has what you are looking for. We understand it is hard to leave such awe-inspiring nature and playground but we insist stop by in town too Lead offers some great accommodations and is packed with excellent dining and entertainment options including first class micro brews the best burgers in the Black Hills elegant dining and historic venues. Our quaint Main Street is full of welcoming small town charm and just quiet enough to relax after a day spent playing good and hard. Find your own patch of paradise and play to your hearts content Lead might just be the miles beyond ordinary alternative you have been looking for. Best part of it all We dont mind sharing When Melissa Johnson is not busy being the Lead Area Chamber of Commerces Executive Director she enjoys playing in the woods with her husband and two kids. An active family they like exploring on their 4-wheelers hiking and Melissa prepares for the Mickelson Trail Marathon while the boys hunt and fish. Marketing Director Marie-Eve Praux is a new resident of the Black Hills but she fell fast in love with Lead and the surrounding National Forest. She is happy to help promote the many riches of her new hometown. She enjoys hiking and camping with her husband and plans to learn to fly fish this summer. Lead-Deadwood Regional Hospital 24-Hour Emergency Services Diabetic Education Inpatient Imaging Lab Outpatient Infusions Rehabilitative Services Physical Occupational Cardiac Therapy Senior Care Surgery 61 Charles Street Deadwood SD 57732 605 717-6000 Lead-Deadwood Regional Medical Clinic AudiologyHearing Aids Bone Density Screening Childhood Adult Immunizations Counseling Family Medicine Internal Medicine Laboratory Medical Imaging Office-Based Surgery Sports Pre-Employment Physicals 71 Charles Street Deadwood SD 57732 605 717-6431 Helping Patients and Communities Live Well 20160912_0316 Proudly serving the communities of Deadwood and Lead since 1897. 7LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 160 W. Main Street Lead South Dakota 57754 605-584-1100 1-877-428-5590 MILE S beyond ORDI N A RY BLACK HILLS e l evat i o n 528 0 Chamber commerceOF LEAD AREA MT SD NE Lead WY DEADWOOD DEVILS TOWERYELLOWSTONE Mount Rushmore RAPID CITY BADLANDS NTL PARK THUNDER BASIN NATIONAL grassland 85 14 16 14 85 90 90 25 FACEBOOK fb.comleadsdchamber INSTAGRAM leadsd_chamber TWITTER leadchamber VIMEO vimeo.comleadchamber WEBSITE LEAD BASICS There is always something going on in the Lead area. For info call 605.584.1100 or visit us at or on Facebook MAY MAY 6-8 13-15 Gold Camp Players Community Theatre - Spring Musical Homestake Opera House MAY 20-22 Free Fishing Weekend State Parks Open House Black Hills Trails Office MAY 21 Pierce Emata Concert Conversations piano concert Homestake Opera House MAY 26 Interpretive Center Grand Opening Homestake Opera House JUNE JUNE 3 The Crescendo Gala - Annual Fundraiser Homestake Opera House JUNE 4 Phoebe Hearsts Musical Philanthropy Lecture Music Homestake Opera House JUNE 5 Mickelson Trail Marathon Lead Deadwood deadwoodmickelsontrail JUNE 6 National Trails Day Mickelson Trail JUNE 11 East of Westreville concert Homestake Opera House JUNE 14 Lead Live Theme Good Ole Time Picnic Manuel Brothers Park Lead Lead Chamber JUNE 17-19 Wild Bill Days Deadwood Chamber JULY JULY 2-4 Fourth of July Gold Camp Jubilee Parade Entertainment Fireworks Manuel Brothers Park and Downtown Lead Lead Chamber JULY 3 The Potter Family USO Patriotic Show Homestake Opera House JULY 9 Naja Shrine Circus Deadwood 605-343-4076 JULY 8-9 Neutrino Days Science Festival Downtown Lead and Sanford Lab 605-722-8650 JULY 12 Lead Live Theme A night of competition Manuel Brothers Park Lead Chamber JULY 18 Mile High Mountain Bike Challenge Northern Hills Recreation Association 605-584-2654 JULY 21 Northern Hills Community Band Concert Homestake Opera House JULY 23 The Red Willow Band Live at the Opera House Homestake Opera House JULY 26-30 Days of 76 Deadwood Chamber AUGUST AUGUST 6-14 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally AUGUST 9 Lead Live Theme Bikers Woodstock Manuel Brothers Park Lead Chamber AUGUST 20 Victorian Day Steampunk Ball Homestake Opera House AUGUST 25-28 Kool Deadwood Nites Deadwood Chamber SEPTEMBER SEPTEMBER 9 Six Mile Road bluegrass country rock concert Homestake Opera House SEPTEMBER 12 Lead Live Theme Back to School Manuel Brothers Park Lead Chamber 9LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 SEPTEMBER 16-17 Deadwood Jam Deadwood Chamber SEPTEMBER 16-18 Annual Mickelson Trail Trek Black Hills Trails Office SEPTEMBER 18 Ivory Fantasy Nina McIntire solo piano multimedia concert Homestake Opera House SEPTEMBER 30 Oktoberfest Deadwood Chamber OCTOBER OCTOBER 1 Oktoberfest Deadwood Chamber OCTOBER 1 Prospector Bowl Lead-Deadwood School District 605-717-3711 OCTOBER 13-15 Wild West Songwriters Festival Deadwood Chamber OCTOBER 15-16 Gold Camp Players Community Theatre - Childrens Show Homestake Opera House OCTOBER 31 Kidweird 605-578-1401 OCTOBER 31 Deadweird Deadwood Chamber NOVEMBER NOVEMBER 11-13 18-20 Gold Camp Players Community Theatre - Adult Play Homestake Opera House DECEMBER DECEMBER 1-2 Vintage Holiday Celebration and Festival of Trees Homestake Opera House DECEMBER 3 The Potter Family Christmas Show Homestake Opera House DECEMBER 10 Black Hills Cowboy Christmas Concert and Dance Homestake Opera House ABOVE Lead Live is all about family-friendly fun RIGHT Fireworks above the Open Cut are a staple of Leads Fourth of July Photo Courtesy of Matt Klein See the list below for the contact information of the recurring venues DEADWOOD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 605-578-1876 HOMESTAKE OPERA HOUSE 605-584-2067 LEAD AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE 605-584-1100 MICKELSON TRAIL BLACK HILLS TRAILS OFFICE 605-584-3896 EventsEvents FOUR SEASONS IN LEAD The best year-round outdoor adventures in the Hills L ead knows adventure. Citizens and visitors to the Mile High City live and breathe it throughout the year. Comeplayinthesnowinthe city that has the only ski resorts in the Black Hills the city where you can hop on your snowmobile and take off on the trail that runs right past your hotel. In the summertime enjoy a few of the more than 300 miles of hiking trails the area has to offer or simply take a bicycling trek along the Mickelson Trail which runs straight through town. Enjoy a horseback riding adventure in the summer or take a sleigh ride through the forest in the winter. Borrow a pair of snowshoes from the Black Hills Trails Office and explore a winter wonderland in the back country of the National Forest or Spearfish Canyon. That is only the beginning of the many fun opportunities Lead has to offer for outdoor recreation. The following is a list and description of some of our most popular attractions but it is by no means a complete list of adventurous opportunities. To find those you need to come see them for yourself. 11LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 Bicycling The Mickelson Trail is the most popular biking trail in Lead as it offers a full experience of all the outdoor splendor of the Northern Black Hills. Local and visiting bikers alike enjoy riding for many miles watching a plethora of wildlife and filling up with the beauty of their surroundings. Visitors can start at the Lead trailhead or just take off right outside their hotel on the trail. From there bicyclists can take on the challenging 109-mile trail or just enjoy small parts of it. Because the trail was once a railroad the steepest grade is only about 4 percent making it very family friendly. Some water stations are available throughout the trail in the summer but bicyclists are encouraged to bring their own water and snacks... and cameras Skiing Just outside of Lead are the only two ski areas in the Black Hills. Terry Peak Ski Area features 29 runs and four chairlifts three of which are comfortable high peak quad chairlifts. Terry Peak a full service ski area also offers convenient ski and snowboard rentals as well as a ski school for all ages. Younger skiers can learn how to get down the hill when their parents drop them off at the Snow Puppies ski school. There children who are 4 to 5 years old can play with their peers and learn to ski while mom and dad enjoy some time on the slopes. If a terrain park is more your style for burning down the runs Terry Peak has you covered for that as well. No matter how you choose to get down the hill at the end of the day the ski area features drinks snacks and meals at the Dark Horse Saloon and the Main Lodge. Terry Peak is also expanding in the near future look online for the Terry Peak Wharf Expansion video and get excited about this great project Downtown Lead is a mere five minutes away from Deer Mountain Ski Resort. Come enjoy a 6850- foot summit with more than 50 runs a triple chair lift to the top of the mountain and a double chair lift on the backside. The Zero Gravity Tubing Park features a 1000-foot tubing lift and offers a whole new kind of adventure as visitors of all ages can experience the thrill of tubing. The resort also offers a terrain park for skiers and boarders. For those who have never tried skis on before Deer Mountain offers a ski school with different packages for ages 3 all the way up to adults. Ski school director John Ross who is formerly of Peak and Vail Resorts along with his wife Ski School Coordinator Karen Ross work hard to make sure beginners get their ski legs. The ski school is the biggest service available at Deer Mountain as instructors are committed to teaching all ages how to enjoy the slopes everywhere they go. A family-friendly but comfortable lodge that features a caf and pub offers the perfect way to relax after a day on the slopes. The lodge is equipped with couches and fireplaces. The pub offers full service wine liquor and beer in a cozy setting for adults. Fly Fishing The creeks of Spearfish Canyon are stocked and open for fishing year-round and anglers can expect to hook brown rainbow and brook trout. WHAT IS THE BEST SEASON TO COME PLAY OUTSIDE IN LEAD For each outdoor activity presented in this article we also identified the best time of the year to come enjoy it. Refer to the nifty little color code below to plan your next visit SPRING SUMMER FALL WINTER Photosofthisstorycourtesy ofSouthDakotaTourism You could also get to Hanna Creek just on the edge of Spearfish Canyon toward Lead where the fishing is equally as good. With crystal clear waters and winding waters that make casting challenging enough to satisfy even the most skilled fisherman most anglers report superb conditions in the streams surrounding Lead. Golfing Lead and the Northern Black Hills offer ideal golfing conditions. One of the most appealing aspects of golfing in Lead is the lack of mosquitoes as well as the moderate to cool climate. Established in 1922 the Lead Country Club is one of the oldest courses in the Black Hills situated in some of the most beautiful country around. The course offers receptive greens that can challenge even the best players. Cross Country Skiing Visitors who yearn for a slower pace as they glide through the Northern Black Hills can take advantage ofthe cross countryskiing opportunities. In most cases you can leave right outside your hotel to catch the famous Mickelson Trail for a scenic adventure that will fill your senses with the sweet smell of pine and the sight of a true winter wonderland. Looking for a little more adventure Another popular trail is the Eagle Cliff Network a challenging 25-mile trail located about 15 miles southwest of Lead. Hiking With the beautiful Spearfish Canyon right outside of town and the Black Hills National Forest serving as our back yard Lead hiking trails are abundant and grand. Take a brisk walk along the George S. Mickelson Trail which was built along the former Burlington Northern rail line from Deadwood to Edgemont. Take a drive in the Canyon and stop at one of the many trail heads and seek to get lost in the beautiful foliage and grandeur that can be found long hundreds of miles trails. Close to Lead is a local favorite Annie Creek Trail and Falls. This is a lesser known trail that still enchants locals and visitors alike with a small waterfall shallow creek and rock outcroppings. Visitors can find this trail when they turn right at Cheyenne Crossing in Spearfish Canyon. Watch for the Annie Creek road sign and the trail is right off of the road. Another popular trail is Devils Bathtub a moderately challenging hike that rewards its visitors with a cool refreshing bathtub-shaped swimming area and natural rock slide. Find Devils Bathtub by turning off the Spearfish Canyon Road at Cleopatra Place. Eagle Cliff located about 15 miles southwest of Lead is also a network of about 25 miles of trails maintained by the U.S. Forest Service. GEOCACHING If treasure hunting is more your style Lead is the perfect place for you Armed with a GPS device or a smartphone app you can follow clues and longitudelatitude coordinates to find small boxes 13LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 hidden around town and deep within the hiking trails of the Black Hills and Spearfish Canyon. Each geocache features a small box with a log book and a small treasure. Visitors can sign the log book and then choose to swap the treasure with something they have on-hand or leave it for the next person to discover. The Lead area is filled with hundreds of these little treasures and the experience of geocaching is fun for the whole family. Learn more on the official geocacher website Snowmobiling Lead offers abundant opportunities for snowmobiling even allowing snowmobilers to depart right from the parking lot of their hotel. Choose to explore the 350 miles of trails in one of the nations top snowmobiling locations or take off on a backcountry adventure. The trails take snowmobilers through pine forests canyons and up to steep lookouts where the vistas will take your breath away. The Black Hills Snowmobile Trail system ranks in the top 10 places to ride in North America. Come float across the Hills on fresh powder that is abundant in the winter months Snowshoeing A much more leisurely way to experience winter in the Black Hills National Forest or Spearfish Canyon is by snowshoeing. In Lead visitors and locals alike can visit the Black Hills Trails Office on Nevada Gulch Road to borrow a pair of snowshoes for free. Pack a picnic lunch and take off into the woods to fill your senses with the beauty of the Black Hills. If youre lucky you may even run into some wildlife in their natural habitat. Horseback riding If you have your own horses bring them to ride on the Mickelson Trail or any of the other trails in the Black Hills National Forest. Or let Andys Trail Rides take you on an adventure. Call to make reservations ahead of time. With Andys Trail Rides visitors will be led up secluded elk trails that wind through the mountains and forest. You will climb through rocky terrain to a summit that features an amazing 85- mile view. Off-roading Whether you like to explore the forest on an ATV or take your Jeep out to meander and climb through some of the roughest terrain of the Black Hills off- roading in the Black Hills offers an exhilarating and breathtaking adventure. Trail system fees are very affordable and allow off-roaders access to more than 3600 miles of roads and 600 miles of trails. Some trails are only open seasonally and off-road enthusiasts are encouraged to visit the Black Hills National Forest website to obtain an updated map of off-road trails before embarking on their adventure. HOT TIP Many of the Lead Area Chamber of Commerce members can help make dreams of adventure become reality Check our members directory on pages 41 to 46 for more info New interpretive center tells THE story of LEADs own opera house 15LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 many other people who have respected the history of this building and its patrons that this phase of people are able to retell this story Carlson said. Its the entire history of the opera house from the planning of the actual building and why it was needed all through the 20s 30s 40s and on. Carlson said the new interpretive center complements existing tours of the facility that are available for visitors. Currently visitors are invited to take advantage of scheduled tours to see the entire historic building learn about restoration efforts and experience the acoustics ofthe theater. The interpretive center is one more step toward completely restoring the opera house theater back to its original grandeur. Opera house officials plan to develop this professional storytelling display so more people will understand the impact this building had on the communities of Lead and Deadwood and can learn how to become involved through donations of time talent or treasure. The organization continues to focus all efforts on stage and theater rehabilitation. More than 150000 was raised in 2014 for the schematics for the renovation of the stage. Carlson said visitors will soon notice segments of theater walls being restored with 1914 replica plasterwork. Overall Carlson said the Interpretive Center will provide an additional piece of Leads cultural history along the Main Street corridor. Visitors interested in this history can take it all in with a short walk. The Black Hills Mining Museum located just up the block from the opera house tells the story of 125-years of Homestake gold mining in Lead. The opera house tells the story of the recreation the mine built for its employees and Lead residents and the Sanford Lab Homestake Visitors Center tells the story of the science which started in the former mine and continues today. Weve got the past present and future right here Carlson said. The new interpretive center at the Opera House will be open this summer and throughout the year. F rom taking in movies live performances and boxing matches in the grand theater to learning how to swim or bowling in the lower level the Historic Homestake Opera House opened to the public in 1914 was once a mecca for all things recreation in this mining town. But in 1984 that all changed when a terrible fire ripped through the magnificent centerpiece of socialization and recreation in Lead. Much was lost but even more was gained as the community spirit of Lead united to begin restoring the Historic Homestake Opera House back to its original grandeur and beauty. For the first time artifacts photographs and ephemera help to retell the complete story of the opera house through the Historic Homestake Opera House Recreation Center Interpretive Center. Sarah Carlson executive director of the Historic Homestake Opera House said visitors go on a walk through the 100-year history of the building from the first brick laid to current day and in the future. From the time it opened in 1914 the opera house has been home to a bowling alley a heated indoor swimming pool live theater opera musical performances boxing matches movies community dances and many other celebrations. Salvaged items from the fire have been concealed in storage for decades. Now residents and visitors to Lead can view these treasures from the past in the nearly 2000 square-foot upper level space that once housed the communitys library. It is thanks to Lead historian scholarauthor Don Toms and historianphotographer Bill Stone and LEFT PAGE AND RIGHT The fascinating story of the Historic Homestake Opera House is told by the words of George and Pheobe Hearst themselves Guided simulated underground mine tours and gold panning GO HOME WITH REAL GOLD A family-friendly attraction for all ages featuring mining video fascinating exhibits and a gift shop with books jewelry more 323 W. Main Street Lead - 605-584-1605 REAL MINING HISTORY AT THE OFFICIAL STATE MINING MUSEUM WE NOURISH ALL OF YOU Monday to Friday 6am to 4pm Saturday 7am to 3pm Sunday Closed 95 East Main Street Lead 605.722.4670 DRIVE THRU FREE WIFI 17LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 Fresh Meat and Produce Beer Liquor Wine Groceries and more MONEY ORDERS STAMPS FAXING SERVICES COPIER HUNTING LICENSES 145 Glendale Drive Lead SD 605-584-2905 Whats brewing So youve been playing on the slopes or the trails all day long and now youre looking for a way to relax and wind down a day of outdoor adventure Look no farther than the small-town warm hospitality of Lead In Lead we have all of your night life tastes covered with fun activities good people and unique tasty drinks All of our attractions are within 5 minutes of each other Here is a short list of regular attractions that will have you making the most of your vacation with some RR and culture. Lotus Up Espresso Deli OK this is more of a morning kickstart or an afternoon pick-me-up spot but its definitely a place you should visit before heading out to play in Leads great outdoors Their signature drink is the White Angel a light coffee roasted with white beans that provides three times the caffeine boost than a regular coffee with an organic taste that is devoid of acid. The White Angel is flavored with white chocolate and vanilla. If a traditional caffeine boost is more your style Lotus Up has a full menu of fuel and flavors in a comfortable setting of overstuffed chairs local art and friendly faces. 95 East Main Street Lead 605-722-4670 Historic Homestake Opera House Stepping into this popular Hills theater is like stepping back in time as meticulous efforts have been made to restore the building back to its original 1914 grandeur. From big band swing music to rock extravaganzas reminiscent of the 1960s 70s and 80s to major theatrical productions this theater has it all In 2015 the theater hosted 81 different performances seven weddings and gave tours to more than 600 people. 2016 promises to be an equally busy year as officials report a fully booked season of eclectic performances throughout the year. The opera house also has a selection of wine beer and drinks for refreshment during the shows. Check out their website for a complete listing of events and get your tickets for a night to remember 313 West Main Street 605-584-2067 LEWIES BURGERS BREWS Enjoy one of the best burgers in the Black Hills and wash it down with a 32-ounce mason jar of beer all while testing your knowledge of everything Starting in October and running through the winter season Lewies holds trivia night every Friday and participants are quizzed on everything from history math and science to arts culture and the music scene. Lewies Burgers and Brews is also known for having the best burgers in the Hills. If you and your friends are feeling adventurous you can do a shotski youll be handed a helmet to get ready for the fun as the bartender will line shots across a single ski for all of your friends to take at the same time 711 S. Main StREET On road to Terry Peak 605-584-1324 Dakota shivers brewing Located on Main Street Dakota Shivers Brewing is always hopping with hand-crafted unique beer that you can only get in Lead on Friday and Saturday nights. Linda and Steve Shivers flagship beer is the 5280 a pale ale named after Leads Mile High status and with the highest ratings possible. But if pale ale isnt yourthing go forthe Dark Matter RyePA a nod toward the science at the Sanford Lab or any one of the unique flavors on the menu. Were a mom and pop run nanobrewery with our hands on everything that happens there. We are very passionate about it. Occasionally visitors can even enjoy musical performances from local talent as they unwind and relax with a beer. 717 W. Main StREET 605-415-5352 LEFT The Shivers with one of their popular beers RIGHT Coffee to go from Lotus Up Espresso Deli the splendid stage of the Historic Homestake Opera House and some fun times during Lewies Burgers Brews trivia night 19LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 Blackstone Lodge Hangar 7 Lounge Kick back and relax with one of the many craft and domestic beers or wine offerings at the Hangar 7 Lounge at Blackstone Lodge. A small intimate setting that always allows for good conversation with appetizers available from 5-7 on Thursdays. Hotel patrons also have access to several hot tubs on site a perfect way to loosen up even more 395 Glendale 605-584-2000 STAMPMILL RESTAURANT AND SALOON Toward the end of Leads Main Street is another historical gem. The Stampmill Restaurant has a long history of hosting miners and today it offers a small-town home like atmosphere that welcomes everyone. The restaurant bar offers a wide range of beer wine liquor and non-alcoholic beverages and with so many homemade mixes that its hard to choose the most delicious drink. The Mother Lode Margarita features all fresh ingredients complete with freshly squeezed lemon juice and top shelf tequila. Combine it with an order of wings or one of the restaurants many made-from-scratch menu items and a visit to the Stampmill proves to be a satisfying way to cool down after a long day. 305 W. Main STREET 605-717-0554 DARK HORSE SALOON Conveniently located at Terry Peak Ski Areas Nevada Gulch Lodge the Dark Horse is a great place to wind down after a day on the slopes Put your feet up by the fire pit and warm up with a hot toddy or go on inside to enjoy a Bloody Mary or one of their many munchies curbing offerings. For five weeks during the ski season the Dark Horse is also home to its own Music Series with a variety of musical performances door prizes and more NEVADA GULCH LODGE AT TERRY PEAK 605-584-2165 HOMESTAKE CHOPHOUSE For an elegant atmosphere that is both affordable and delicious visit the Homestake Chophouse Restaurant. The restaurant features an extensive beer and wine list as well as some of the best steaks and fresh seafood in town. The Chophouse features certified angus beef and dry aged steaks. During hunting season patrons can also sample delicious wild game. 106 Glendale DrRIVE 605-722-1901 BOBS SILVER STAR A classic bar atmosphere with friendly faces and low prices is characteristic of Bobs Silver Star which has been entertaining guests for manyyears. Patrons are invited to come in from 430-630 p.m. nightly for free chicken wings that the bar offers as a way to show customer appreciation. Once there customers are invited to roll some dice to receive a mystery shot. Are you not quite ready to come in from the outdoors No problem Bobs features a brand new fully landscaped patio with a fire pit that provides the perfect atmosphere. 322 W. Main StREET 605-584-2740 ABOVE Sunny libation from the Stampmill the arsenal of Bobs Silver Star an elegant glass of Merlot at the Homestake Chophouse and some live music to warm up after a day on the slopes at Terry Peaks Dark Horse Saloon. Its Where Deadwood Begins Deluxe hotel rooms and luxurious suites Play your favorite Slots Live Blackjack and Roulette Table Games 3 Buffets Everyday Serving USDA Choice Prime Rib Nightly Free on-site parking Wi-Fi and beer wine cocktails to Players 270 Main Street 800-274-1876 21LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 YOUR CHAMBER MAKES THINGS MOVE Did you know that if a consumer is aware a small business is a member of its local chamber this business enjoys a 63 increase in the likelihood that consumer will bewill become a regular patron in the future Call us today to learn more and to hear about the many benefits of being a member of the Lead Chamber of Commerce BEST CASINO BEST HOTEL BESTRESTAURANT SPORTSBAR DEADWOODLODGE.COM TROLLEY SERVICE 877.DWD.LODG The Lodge at Deadwood offers over 280 of the newest slot machines and 11 high- limit table games in our comfortable player friendly atmosphere. Also check out the Rounders Poker Room for the best action in town The locals favorite for casual fine dining the Deadwood Grille offers a contemporary chef inspired menu in warm and elegant surroundings. Or choose the lively atmosphere of Oggies Sport Bar and watch your favorite game. Stay in any of our 140 luxurious guest rooms and suites. Enjoy the 24 hour fitness center or relax in the areas largest indoor water play land. Trolley service to historic downtown Deadwood is also available. DEADWOODS 1 GAMING RESORT 197 Glendale Ave Lead SD 57754 605-584-2622 Big bank technology personalized service the convenience you deserve... WE ARE COMMUNITY BANKING Checking Savings Certificates Money Market Accounts Internet Banking Mobile Banking Commercial Lending Ag Lending Mortgages Term Loans Lines of Credit Home Equity Loans ATM And More Message and data rates may apply 23LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 LOCATED AT THE UPPER ENTRANCE TO SPEARFISH CANYON HIGHWAY 14-A 605-584-3510 Serving breakfast lunch and dinner - Daily indoor outdoor dining Home of the legendary Indian Taco as seen on Food Network TV Magazine MONDAY - TUESDAY 730 AM - 400 PM WEDNESWEDNESDAY - SUNDAY 730 AM - 800 PM CHEYENNE CROSSING CAFE LOCATED IN THE HISTORIC ROUNDHOUSE IN LEAD 106 GLENDALE DR RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED 605-722-1901 Great steaks pastas seafood and hearty sandwhiches Prime ribs served every Saturday evenings The Top Rated Restaurant in the Black Hills according to TripAdvisor OPEN 7OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK FROM MAY 23rd WED - SUN BEFORE MAY 23rd LUNCH 1100 AM - 400 PM DINNER 400 PM - 900 PM SUNDAY BRUNCH BUFFET 1000 AM - 200 PM Host your event at the Chop House in our private dining and banquet rooms for 14-200 guests and ask about our catering services HOMESTAKE CHOP HOUSE RESTAURANT LeadTHIS IS MY REAL PEOPLE GIVING YOU REAL ADVICE UNFILTERED 4421460N 10353308W Off-road EXPLORATION OF Leads back country from a Jeep R ichard and Sarah Carlson have climbed to the top of the world in their 1999 Jeep Wrangler. Sarah says the view from Moses Hill one of many off-roading trails the Carlsons have visited has the appearance of being the very top of the beautiful Black Hills with vistas and vegetation varieties stretching for miles. From steep terrain that seems impossible to pass to the variety of scenery and foliage to the many different kinds of people they meet while Jeeping the Carlsons say Lead is the place to be for those who enjoy off-road recreation. Its also a place where off-roaders are good responsible stewards of the land. The couple is proud to be part of Jeep Jamboree USA and Black Hills Jeeps both organizations that work to promote Jeeping and off-road recreation within the context of trail and land preservation. We want to leave things as we found them Richard said. We even have people who pick up litter on the trails. These are the people who make sure the trails are clear. Off-road Jeeping opportunities in the Black Hills truly give anyone access to the beautiful splendor Lead has to offer outdoors. Some trails are open year-round weather permitting while other trails are only open from May 15 to Dec. 15. Additionally Richard said some of the trails require a permit with annual passes available for purchase from 25LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 the U.S. Forest Service for 25 and weekly passes available for 20. Jeeping gives people who may not be able to hike or bike the opportunity to get out and see the back country of the Hills. There are folks that want to enjoy those things as much as the next person Richard said. Not that a short hike is impossible for everybody but it is impossible for some people. Motorized recreation gives access to everybody. Though there are a plethora of Jeep and off-road vehicle trails in and around the Lead area Sarah said her favorite trail is Moses Hill located east of Galena halfway between Galena and Vanocker Canyon Road. Its the most picturesque spot I know Sarah said. There is a thick outcropping of rock and that is why it is called Moses Hill. When you get there you are going at such a grade that you feel like you are just going to fall off the back. But your Jeep just keeps on going and you park on a level space and walk to the rock. All of the photos you take of people up there it looks like you are on top of the Black Hills. In addition to Leads back country the Carlsons said they also enjoy the hospitality of Lead people and they frequently show visitors the warmth and beauty of the people and the town they are proud to call home. LEFT Sarah and Richard Carlson and their trusty Wrangler. ABOVE Richard Carlson leads a group of Jeeps on a trail in the Camp 5 area near Galena just outside of Lead. LIVING AND BREATHING THE OUTDOORS R Living in a tiny little house in the heart of the Northern Black Hills is Nick Bennetts version of heaven. And by tiny we mean that the director of Leads Handley Recreation Center has a dwelling that is 8-feet by 20-feet surrounded by trees foliage and wildlife. It is just big enough to lay his head at night and maybe cook a meal or two. Thats perfect for Nick as he would rather stretch out over the 8426 square miles that is the Black Hills. Specifically hes in love with the outdoors that surround Lead. I do about everything you can do in the Black Hills Nick said as he watched balls bouncing and children playing at the Handley Rec Center. There is world-class fly fishing. The skiing both downhill and cross country is amazing. In the summertime I do all the climbing in the Canyon. Snowshoeing in the wintertime is awesome. But if Nick has to choose one outdoor activity as his favorite he goes with one that he can do 365 days a year fly fishing. Its a very interactive process and its always a puzzle trying to figure out what the fish are biting on and what hatches are happening. The Canyon gets fished pretty heavily so it requires a little more cunning. Its a little harder. There is more variety than anywhere else. As far as variety goes Nick said thats the defining characteristic for the Black Hills as a whole. The thing about the Black Hills is it always feels like you can go anywhere and never run into anybody Nicksaid.Thatsamazing.Itsarelativelypopulated area but you never see anyone else when youre out doing this stuff. For maximum variety Nick recommends Annie Creek trail and falls. Hikers can find Annie Creek when they take the first right past Elmore driving north into Spearfish Canyon from Cheyenne Crossing. He also recommends a call to the Black Hills Trail Office where visitors and locals alike can get information about outdoor activities and even borrow a pair of snowshoes for the day. FAMILY-FRIENDLY ADVENTURES WITH A TODDLER S kiing at Terry Peak has been part of Matt Kleins life since he was 2 years old and he is passing the tradition of Leads outdoors on to his wife Kayla and 3-year old son Desmond. We started Desmond on skis at 2-years old Matt said. This is his second year and hes got his ski legs on him. Terry Peak Ski Area features many amenities for tikes and children that make skiing a very family- friendly adventure. From the covered magic carpet that transports toddlers up the bunny hill to the ski lessons instructors offered for the older kids to the challenging runs for the more experienced skiers there is really something for everyone on the slopes of Lead. With a summit of 7100 feet Terry Peak offers the highest lift service between the Rocky Mountains and the Swiss Alps. Matt said Terry Peak has low lift lines and very short commutes. There is also a camaraderie at Terry Peak that simply cant be beat. Its your backyard play area but everybody is going and everyone is friendly Matt said. Its a beautiful thing Its very sincere and down to earth a hometown feeling when youre there For Kayla who claims summer as her favorite season for outdoor recreation the same can be said of biking on the Mickelson Trail. Year-round recreation in Lead is abundant beautiful and filled with smiling faces. Nothing compares to being in the Hills Kayla said. The Mickelson Trail is just amazing. Having that scenery and having it be safe. You feel like youre on an adventure but youre still close to town. In the summertime two of Matts favorite trails are the Sugar Loaf Trailhead of the Mickelson Trail ABOVE Nick Bennet and some friends from the Handley Recreation Center enjoying the Northern Black Hills winter. RIGHT PAGE The Klein family at the bottom of their beloved slopes at Terry Peak Ski Area. THIS IS MY LEAD 27LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 where he says locals can go on a nice hike to feel immersed in the Black Hills while staying close to town. He also recommends taking a trek up Terry Peak Summit Road where a lookout tower gives a sprawling view of Lead and the Black Hills. But the best part about outdoor recreation in Lead the Kleins said is that it is family-friendly and beautiful. For me its the best of both worlds Kayla said of living and playing in Lead. Its everything packed into one beautiful town. Anywhere you go you find someone you know. Its a friendly atmosphere. Its gorgeous. Just the view from our backyard we can just sit out there and look at it all day. For the average visitor Kayla said Lead can also be the perfect vacation spot because of its genuine real-life appeal. Its not overdone she said. Its economical. Its real. The things you can get here youre not going to get anywhere else. Even when it comes to the restaurants or the hand-crafted beer. Its very unique. There are a ton of different places to discover Matt said. I would suggest to just explore the area. Its a hidden gem laden with adventure. BIKING THE MICKELSON TRAIL W hen it comes to biking on a trail there is no place better than the Mickelson according to Robert and Deborah Thorp. Every other place weve gone to Montana New Mexico Colorado Missouri and Minnesota there is nowhere near as nice of a trail as what we have right here Robert said. He was referring to the mix of steep and level grades beautiful vistas diverse scenery and wildlife the couple has encountered while riding the 109-mile long trail. The couple has ridden the entire trail in 20-30 mile spurts. But their favorite section of the Mickelson Trail is just outside of Lead along Highway 85 the Sugarloaf Trailhead. Its close to home but it isveryscenic and beautiful Robert said. You go up a steep grade about eight- tenths of a mile and then it kind of levels off. Theres no traffic and the scenery is always different. Deborah who used to ride between 18-20 miles a day before she started having knee problems now enjoys the Mickelson Trail using a three-wheeled recumbent bike two wheels in front and one in the back. CONTINUED PAGE 22 442004.4N 1035024.4W HOT TIP Both ski resorts websites have easily accessible reports about snow conditions trails open and lifts in operation. Check them out before heading for the slopes THIS IS MY LEAD Its just so nice to be out in the nature The Mickelson Trail is amazing Oh my gosh we are so lucky to have that trail here she said. When the Thorps finish riding on the Mickelson Trail they said they really enjoy having lunch at the Sled Haus or at Cheyenne Crossing along Highway 85. They also enjoy occasionally meeting their now- grown children at Dakota Shivers Brewing on Main Street in Lead. They also love taking in special events at the All In One Events Center also on Leads Main Street. FILLING THE SENSES WITH BEAUTY Jacque Fuller cant decide if the smell of the Black Hills is butterscotch or vanilla. But she knows that the smells sights sounds and feel of Lead on the Mickelson Trail fill her senses with a freshness serenity and beauty that she never tires of. When we moved to the Black Hills we had two small children Jacque said. For years when we would travel with the kids upon returning they would roll down the windows to smell the Black Hills. Its mostly in the morning or later in the evening when it starts to cool down that you get that unique refreshing smell. Jacque who tries to bike on the Mickelson Trail at least four or five times a week said she never tires LEFT Robert Thorp on the Mickelson Trail. of the scenery and filling her senses with all the beauty Lead has to offer. While bicycling on the Mickelson Trail is something Jacque frequently enjoys there are many other outdoor activities that keep her in shape and stress free. Just taking a walk around Lead taking in the uniqueness of the town is enough to calm the senses she said. Driving in Lead doesnt give you an appreciation for the community Jacque said. There are some very nice postage stamp sized yards that are well cared for. In the winter when the snow is covering things its like a little European village. Another destination Jacque enjoys is taking walks through Pathways Spiritual Sanctuary located just outside of Lead on Juso Ranch Road. Though Pathways is only open for seasonal hours in the summer and early Fall it is a popular place for meditation and appreciation for the beauty of the Black Hills. When Jacque is not walking or biking she also enjoys golfing at Lead Country Club where there are no mosquitoes and the climate is comfortable especially if you throw on a sweatshirt. Its pretty out there Jacque said. If youre playing poorly you can just enjoy the scenery. When asked about any special memories she may have from her outdoor adventures Jacque paused a long moment before exclaiming theyre all special. I never forget what a very special marvelous place we live in. Theyre doing a nice job on the deer hunting also. There are some nice opportunities for big deer. Snowmobiling is another family recreational activity that Ron said is new to him. Four years ago he began to take his now 18-year old son out to experience the speed of snowmobiles in some of the most beautiful country of the Black Hills He said he most enjoys snowmobiling on Elk Mountain north of Terry Peak in the backcountry where the powder just goes on for miles. When youre in the deep powder its like youre in a boat on water Ron said. Its very smooth. You can carve some nice turns. Its usually untouched. You dont bump into other snowmobilers. Its very peaceful and very enjoyable to be out with your family on occasions like that. The best part about snowmobiling in the Lead area is the close proximity to the trails Ron said. I can leave from my house and in five minutes I can have some of the best back country powder sledding anywhere in the Black Hills he said. Thats really nice. These people who want to travel out and do vacation weekends if they come to Lead they dont even have to trailer their sleds anywhere. You can travel right from Lead on the Mickelson Trail and it takes you out on the trail system. 29LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 RIGHT Lead is a paradise for snowmobilers according to Ron Everett... and everyone else WORK AND PLAY 5 MINUTES AWAY FROM HOME W hen it comes to outdoor recreation in Lead Ron Everett loves it all. From hunting and fishing to gliding across fresh powder in the back country on his snowmobile Ron thrives on having some of the best outdoor recreation right outside his door. You can work play and raise a family all within five minutes of your home Ron said of his reasons for loving Lead. Ron who moved to Lead in 1982 from Montana knows a thing or two about quality outdoor recreation. The hunting is especially superb. The Game Fish Parks have done a great job in managing the elk herd he said. If youre from Montana Wyoming or Colorado and some of the big elk hunting states you spend almost a lifetime trying to shoot a bull elk that is 320 or above. In South Dakota it takes you awhile to get a tag but youre almost assured to get a record class bull. It is wonderful to look forward to a good elk hunt. TELL US ABOUT YOUR LEAD AND WIN Enter our This is my Lead contest and you could win a VIP Lead Experience See p.25 HOT TIP Follow the latest reports of SD Game Fish and Parks about the snowmobile trail conditions in the Black Hills by taking a look at sdsnowbhills on twitter. THIS IS MY LEAD DISCOVERY RIGHT AT YOUR FRONT DOOR A dventure and discovery are right outside your front door in Lead This makes it easy to make time for playing outside even when maintaining a busy working and living schedule. At least thats been the Lead experience for Dustin and Jamie Heupel business owners and philanthropists in Lead. Everything I enjoy is real close Dustin said. There are ski slopes right out our back door. I love being able to open the garage door and four-wheel somewhere. In Rapid Sturgis and Spearfish people have to trailer where theyre going to ride. Here you can work and play and have time for all of it. Avid ATV riders Dustin and Jamie said they love to explore the back country of Lead where they find incredible vistas unique vegetation little pieces of history and even an occasional mine shaft. There is an old hut out there that has logs chinked with mud Dustin said. Its neat to see some of that old stuff. One of Jamies favorite rides is up to the fire lookout tower on Terry Peak where she said visitors can see five states. I love being in the mountains Jamie said. You just see it forever and ever she said. Lead has so much to offer For Dustin who grew up in Lead its easy to just take off into the back country confident that he will never be too far away from home. The adventures are always changing he said as there is always something new to see. But Jamie jokingly offers a word of caution for anyone who may be new to four-wheeling. You never want to be in the back I usually get the back and I have a lot of dirt in my mouth and you get all muddy. Its fun. For the Heupels taking the four wheelers out is the ideal family time. 442120.9N 1034718.9W 31LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 CONTEST We also love going up to White Rock Jamie said. Its just beautiful up there and you feel like youre on top of the world. When they come back from the woods Jamie said the family loves to go out for dinner at Lewies Burgers Brews to the Stampmill or to Jamies shop Lotus Up Espresso Deli. They love the outdoor seating establishments and those three restaurants offer excellent seating on the deck. For visitors who are exploring Lead on their four wheelers for the first time Dustin recommends riding up Yellow Creek over to Rochford Road. From there go down to Hanna over to Spearfish Canyon and then up Terry Peak. I send a lot of people up Terry Peak summit if theyre just looking for a short one just because of the view he said. BELOW Jamie Dustin and a part of their beautiful tribe exploring the Lead areas mountains they love so much. LEFT PAGE The Heupels work hard but they also play hard Lead THIS IS MY Lead South Dakota truly is miles beyond ordinary wouldnt you agree If so help us spread the word and share the love By doing so you could enter our This is my Lead contest for a chance to win our grand prize an all-inclusive VIP Lead Experience How to Participate 1. Grab your camera and snap a picture of your favorite Lead activity place or memory. Make it inspiring make it funny make it breathtaking make it unique... make it Lead 2. Use the hastag MyLeadSD and share your photo on Instagram or Facebook along with a short description telling us - and the world - about YOUR Lead. 3. Wait for the contests results to be revealed on November 4th 2016 and make sure to follow the Lead Area Chamber of Commerce on Facebook to hear the good news as soon as its out Win big Win Lead You could win a unique VIP Lead Experience including everything from lodging great food fun activities and behind the scene access to landmarks and attractions You will see Lead like noone else and discover many of the things that make it miles beyond ordinary Free Admission to the Exhibit Space Observation Deck and Gift Store We are open daily 900 am to 600 pm KEEP UPDATED Facebook Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center 160 W. Main Street Lead SD 57754 605-584-3110 We look forward to amazing you WHATS NEW AT THE SANFORD LAB HOMESTAKE VISITOR CENTER FROM THE TOP Happy golfers after their first Hole in One in the Open Cut everything is ready for you to take your swing biking on the Mickelson Trail right outside of Lead one of the Trek Marlin 5 available for rent. An interview with the Executive Director of the Sanford Lab Homestake Vistor Center SLHVC Billi Jo Bierle. What is the mission of the Sanford Lab Homestake Vistor Center Our Mission is to preserve our history communicate the amazing research projects that are currently taking place at Sanford Underground Research Facility and encourage life long learning. We aim to create a fun atmosphere that is appealing to everyone. What does the Visitor Center have to offer for tourists We have guided tours all year. From May to September you will be able to take a Trolley Tour through the historic sites of Lead including a visit to a working hoist room from the 1930s that is still in use today New this year we will offer bike rentals so you and your familygroup can enjoy the beautiful Black Hills. We are only minutes from the Mickelson Trail. Another new attraction this year is our golfing T-Box. You will have the opportunity of hitting your first hole in one into the Open Cut We also offer some of the best shopping in the Black Hills. From Trisha Waldron Jewelry to local pottery artists to our beautiful Landstroms Black Hills Gold we have it all. We also have one of the best book collections in the Black Hills. What about the facility itself Our facility including the back deck and exhibits is FREE We offer some of the most interesting views in all of the Black Hills. Our 3-D model is one of the most beautiful pieces of artwork you will ever see. It depicts all 370 miles of underground shafts and drifts to scale. We have hours of reading and touch screen videos to keep you learning and interested about the history of the Homestake Mine the city of Lead and the fascinating world of particle physics underground at the 4850 foot level We also have a state of the art classroom that can be rented out for weddings birthdays formal or informal dinners. The classroom contains the newest technology along with one of the most exciting and fun views in the Black Hills. C onnecting mining history with a future in world-leading scientific discoveries is something Lead does exceptionally well and theres no better way to see that than to attend Neutrino Day. Scheduled this year for July 8-9 Neutrino Days have become a tradition in Lead as a nod to the scientists who re-opened the Homestake Gold Mine to create the Sanford Underground Research Facility and do cutting edge science. Neutrino days are filled with science lectures about neutrinos dark matter and space travel tours of the Sanford Lab hoistroom a childrens art show science activities for kids of all ages and more. Its a phenomenal event because it serves everybody said Constance Walter communications director at Sanford Lab. This year Walter reported that the Neutrino Day festivities will start on Friday July 8 with keynote speaker Jason Crusan the director of space exploration with NASA. Crusan will discuss the Mars 2030 Experience a virtual reality experience that NASA is developing with other groups to give astronauts a virtual experience about life on Mars. The project Walter said will help scientists 35LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 determine how to build structures to last on the Red Planet. On Saturday July 9 the festivities will take off in full swing. Speakers include Berkeley scientist Dan McKinsey a principle investigator and spokesperson for the Large Underground Xenon LUX collaboration. McKinsey will discuss dark matter and how scientists know it exists. Additionally a scientist from Fermilab in Chicago will discuss neutrinos where neutrinos come from and efforts to build a massive experiment that will stretch from Fermilab to the Sanford Lab in Lead. All talks will be given at two different times in the day to allow visitors time to explore the city and participate in the other activities. There will be many more activities Walter reported that the Journey Museum in Rapid City will have its geo dome in which visitors can view the planets and stars in real time. At the Sanford Lab the youngest visitors can participate in a myriad of childrens activities including those presented by Science Steve Rokusek of South Dakota Public Broadcasting. Additionally participants can take a tour of the Yates hoistroomwith tours held every 20 minutes. Its one of the coolest things on the planet Walter said of the hoistroom. Last year Walter said Neutrino Day drew a record 1800 people. She hopes that number continues to grow. While visitors attend Neutrino Days to learn about Leads science future they are also encouraged to visit the Black Hills Mining Museum where they can learn about the 125-year history of mining and Homestake the company that built Lead. The museum also offers a simulated tour of the mine. Additionally participants can learn more about the science history of Lead including Ray Davis Nobel Prize-winning neutrino experiment at Homestake by visiting the Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center. The Visitors Center is a great place for people to start because it introduces them to the history of Lead Walter said. When you look at the history of Lead the history of mining and how we have taken a city that was essentially a mining town and turned it into a world-leading science community you discover that it truly is an amazing place with a very bright future. CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM Kids get hands- on with science experiments and gold panning the Yates shaft where the hoistroom visits take place Neutrino Day little guests all smiles. Neutrino Days Celebrate THE Science future AND give nod to mining past WITH THE PhotosofthesetwopagesCourtesyofSanfordUndergroundResearchFacility 37LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 The Mountains are Calling And I Must Go. - John Muir Quality Clothing and Gear for the Mountain Sports Enthusiast Check out our Huge Selection of Local Guidebooks and Maps 308 Main Street Lead SD 605 717-2980 We meet or beat the price of any other retail pharmacy FREE DELIVERY IN LEAD AND DEADWOOD Home Dcor Gifts Greeting Cards Jewelry Kodak Digital Photo Kiosk 95 E. Main Street Lead 717-2496 OPENING AUGUST 2016 395 Glendale Hwy 85 14A Lead SD 57754 605-584-2000 Newly renovated hotel with rooms to accomodate any size family we offer three outdoor hot tubs delicious complimentary hot breakfast and Hangar 7 a Craft Beer and Wine lounge. 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Open to the public 605 722-4800 LEAD-DEADWOOD SCHOOL DISTRICT Lawrence County School District grades K-12 605 717-3890 FINANCIAL SERVICES NORTHERN HILLS FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Complete full service financial institution 605 578-3995 FIRST INTERSTATE BANK Complete financial services 605 717-9340 FIRST NATIONAL BANK Providing local financial services for over 107 years 605 584-2622 WELLS FARGO BANK Complete financial services 605 584-3743 FOOD BEVERAGE BOBS SILVER STAR LOUNGE Open dailynightly burgers beverages TVs darts 605 584-2740 CAFE 808 Asian fusion inspired food served Hawaian style. Breakfast lunch dinners. 605 571-0808 CHEYENNE CROSSING Established in 1878 Former stop on the Deadwood to Cheyenne stage coach line-featuring a caf gift shop bed breakfast 605 584-3510 COCA-COLA Delivers Coca-Cola products throughout the Black Hills 605 342-8222 800-658-3638 DAKOTA SHIVERS BREWING Craft brewing in historic Lead with limited hours tasting room beer distribution 605 415-5352 EAGLE SALES OF THE BLACK HILLS INC. Exclusive Anheuser Busch distribution in Western SD 605 343-2490 800-529-8148 HOMESTAKE CHOP HOUSE Restaurant venues and historic attraction 605 722-1901 LEWIES SALOON EATERY Internationally recognized for great burgers 605 584-1324 LOTUS UP ESPRESSO DELI LLC A relaxing environment to enjoy a cup of coffee breakfast lunch or baked goods free WIFI drive-thru 605 722-4670 MIDNIGHT STAR ENTERPRISES Fine Dining and Sports Bar 605 578-1555 NORTHERN HILLS SUBWAY Locally-owned franchise 605 584-3993 PIZZA LAB If youre in search of the Perfect Pizza in the Black Hills its at Pizza LAB 605 578-9933 SALOON 10 Only museum in the world with a bar live theater performances top-rated show bands more 605 578-3346 STAMPMILL The Historic Stampmill Restaurant 605 717-0554 43LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 TACO JOHNS OF DEADWOOD Fast food Mexican 605 578-3975 GENERAL SERVICES BLACK HILLS RALLY WEDDINGS Wedding services 605 641-2147 BLACK HILLS ENERGY Electrical utilities servicing the Black Hills area 605 722-2421 DAKOTA SILHOUETTE Signs metal creations 605 717-4000 JACOBS WELDING MACHINING Welding machining steel sales sandblasting structural fabrication 605 578-1495 MIDWEST FENCE Installation Repair and Sales of Residential and Light Commercial Fence 605 230-0070 MILE-HIGH MINI STORAGE Quality storage units for rent. 10x10 10x20 970 493-7012 MONTANA-DAKOTA UTILITIES Maintains the gas distribution system in the Northern Hills 800-638-3278 MOVIE MADNESS Local movie rentalstanning 605 722-4203 PRO-STEAM CARPET UPHOLSTERY Proving quality carpet upholstery cleaning and water restoration 605 578-2844 R R WASTE SOLUTIONS Garbage hauler container rent and related service 605 341-2201 SERVALL UNIFORM LINEN SUPPLY Variety of business services including uniform rentals linen services janitorial supplies and dust control products 605 343-0680 WASTE CONNECTIONS INC. Residential commercial solid waste collection portable 605 342-5575 GOVERNMENT CITY OF LEAD With a population of 3125 Lead is a hub for outdoor activities and a wonderful place to live work and visit 605 584-1401 SOUTH DAKOTA SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY AUTHORITY Underground Research Facility 605 722-8650 HAIR BEAUTY AKELA SPA OF DEADWOOD Black Hills destination spa 605 578-1180 ALL IN ONE SALON SPA Full service salon in Lead 605-584-4711 HEALTH CARE PROVIDERS DEADWOOD DENTAL Dentistry Services 605 578-3810 DEADWOOD EYECARE Optometry and frame shop 605 578-1761 FOX DENTISTRY General dentistry 605 584-2482 LEAD-DEADWOOD REGIONAL HOSPITAL 605 722-6101 LEAD-DEADWOOD REGIONAL MEDICAL CLINIC Family practice internal medicine 605 717-6431 NORTHERN HILLS DENTAL General dentistry-fillings clean up exams dentures crowns 605 584-2983 STURGIS CHIROPRACTIC Chiropractic Care Acupuncture Rehab Care Postural Strengthening and Nutritional Counseling. 605 347-4003 THRIFTY WHITE PHARMACY Prescription drugs over the counter medications and more 605 578-1512 VILAS PHARMACY Meets or beats other pharmacy prices free delivery in Lead and Deadwood plus retail shopping 605 717-2496 LODGING BAREFOOT RESORT Fully furnished spacious condos at Terry Peak Ski Area 605 584-1577 800-424-0225 BLACK HILLS VACATION CABINS Recreational cabins located throughout the Northern Hills 605 578-2369 BLACK HILLS VACATION HOMES Privately-owned vacation home lodging year round 605 722-9950 BLACKSTONE LODGE SUITE Newly renovated hotel hot tub bar and lounge free hot breakfast guest laundry and exercise room 605 584-2000 BULLOCK PROPERTIES Historic hotels bars gaming 605 578-1745 800-336-1876 CADILLAC JACKS GAMING RESORT 24-hour gaming live blackjack poker tables 24-hour restaurant luxurious rooms suites free valet parking 605 578-1500 800-634-3444 CELEBRITY HOTEL Main Street Deadwood hotel bar gaming 605 578-1909 800-399-1886 COMFORT INN GULCHES OF FUN CASINO AND RESORT Lounge restaurant family fun park indoor pool spa exercise room more 605 578-7550 800-961-3096 DAKOTA SPUR HOTEL With newly renovated rooms perfect for families and solo travelers 605 559-1120 DEADWOOD CONNECTIONS Vacation property cabin rentals lounges and homes open year-round 605 716-1202 800-240-3735 DEADWOOD GULCH GAMING RESORT CREEKSIDE RESTAURANT Premier 95-room resort with hot tub workout room 5 casinos fireside bar 605 578-1294 800-695-1876 DEADWOOD KOA CAMPGROUNDS Full service campground including cabins pool hot tub playground free shuttle ride 605 578-3830 800-562-0846 We want the communities we serve to grow and prosper.Thats why were active in our local chambers and economic development groups making our hometowns even better places to live. 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Pat told us 2016 2350_16 45LEAD MAGAZINE 2016 EXECUTIVE LODGING OF THE BLACK HILLS Executive class vacation homes with hot tubs fireplaces internet game rooms 605-578-3555 866-370-3555 FIRST GOLD HOTEL GAMING 24-hour gaming 5 casinos deluxe hotel accommodations 605 578-9777 800-274-1876 FISH N FRY CAMPGROUND 65 campsites gift shop caf trout fishing pool ATV snowmobile trail access onsite 605 578-2150 HICKOKS BB CODYS Historic hotel rooms restaurant bar and gaming in Deadwood 605 578-2222 HIDDEN VALLEY CAMPGROUND Ideal for family vacations honeymoons weekend get-away school groups etc. 605 578-1342 MAIN STREET MANOR HOSTEL Family-owned 10 guests per night bedrooms baths in shared hostel tradition 605 717-2044 MINERAL PALACE HOTEL GAMING 75-room hotel Gem Steakhouse restaurant on-site 3 bars and over 350 slot machines 605 578-2036 MYSTIC HILLS HIDEAWAY Offers Campground cabins and restaurant 605 584-4713 605 584-4794 PONDEROSA MOTOR LODGE Unique cabins with snowmobile and ATV trails nearby 605 584-3321 SPEARFISH CANYON LODGE 55 room property that features nature activities hiking biking snowmobiling 605 584-3435 877-975-6343 STURGIS RALLY RENTALS Renting private homes for the annual Sturgis motorcycle rally 605 578-1184 TERRY PEAK LODGE Condo rentals within walking distance to ski lifts-ideal for summer too 605 584-2723 800-584-2723 THE LODGE AT DEADWOOD 140 luxury rooms indoor waterpark more than 280 slot machines table games restaurant and sports bar 605 584-4800 877-393-5634 THUNDER COVE INN AAA 2 diamond rooms suites at moderate rates featuring continental breakfast free WIFI more 605 578-3045 TOWN HALL INN HotelBed and Breakfast in the historic Town Hall featuring elegant rooms and suites and continental breakfast 605 584-1112 WHISTLER GULCH CAMPGROUND In town campground out of town feel 605 578-2092 WHITETAIL COURT MOTEL Motel cabins RV sites along the Babbling Brook 2 miles west of Lead 605 584-9085 whitetailcourt MINING CROMES METALLURGICAL CONSULTING Provides in-plant services project management to mining industry 605 415-4613 DAKOTA TERRITORY RESOURCE CORP 605 584-2834 HOMESTAKE MINING COMPANY Gold mine in closure reclamation 605 722-4875 COEUR WHARF RESOURCES Gold mining operations 605 584-1441 NON-PROFIT BLACK HILLS BADLANDS AND LAKES TOURISM ASSOCIATION Regional based tourism association 605 355-3700 BLACK HILLS AREA COMMUNITY FOUNDATION 605 718-0112 BLACK HILLS ROD GUN CLUB Promotes hunting and fishing activities provides hunter safety classes and more 605 584-1617 CONNECTION CHURCH Church where people can be real and discover who God wants them to be 605 559-1020 DEADWOOD AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE VISITORS BUREAU 605 578-1876 DEADWOOD ELKS LODGE 508 Fraternal organization dedicated charitable work community activities promoting youth Americanism 605 578-1333 DEADWOOD-LEAD ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION 605 722-6939 KIWANIS CLUB OF LEAD A global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world LEAD-DEADWOOD ARTS CENTER Non-profit art center that promotes area arts artists 605 584-1461 LEAD CITY BEAUTIFICATION Civic association promoting a clean and beautiful community 605 584-1634 FASSBENDER HISTORIC PHOTOGRAPHY COLLECTION 605 722-4800 FOUNDATION FOR HEALTH Raises funds to help meet the health related needs of the community 605 719-6028 MASONIC LODGE G.S. 9 Fraternal organization that helps community endeavors 605 717-9759 NEIGHBORWORKS DAKOTA HOME RESOURCES Helping families find affordable housing 605 578-1401 NORTHERN HILLS ALLIANCE FOR CHILDREN FIRST STEP CHILD CARE Providing affordable secure healthy and educational childcare services to families with children in the Black Hills 605 559-2007 PHOEBE APPERSON HEARST PUBLIC LIBRARY Founded to serve the citizens of Lead contracted to serve all citizens of Lawrence County 605 584-2013 SHEPHERD OF THE HILLS LUTHERAN CHURCH Christian church community gathered as family guided by the Spirit and sent to advance the Kingdom of God 605 722-1206 SPEARFISH CANYON FOUNDATION Preserving the beauty of Spearfish Canyon 605 722-4802 TWIN CITY ANIMAL SHELTER Serving Lead Deadwood and Central City communities 605 584-2480 VFW BLACK HILLS POST 5969 Providing service to veterans of foreign wars and their guests 605 722-9914 vfwwebcom.orgsdpost5969 2016LEAD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE eater than offered here. s indicated below. d text once placed. Above mark denotes minumum height of graphic. The minimum height should be used on brochures and other like printed materials. Align mark with bottom edge of document. Align mark to the left with right edge of document. s and text once placed. 2016LEAD CHAMBER OF COMMERCE PROFESSIONAL SERVICES BENNET MAIN GUBBRUD P.C. Private Attorneys at Law Big Firm Experience Small Firm Attention 605-892-2011 DAKOTA PLAINS AUCTION Antique old west and firearms auction gallery 605 209-4322 FIDLER-ISBURG FUNERAL CHAPELS CREMATORY SERVICES Funeral home 605 642-2633 FIRST WESTERN INSURANCE Personal commercial life and health insurance 605 578-3456 GARRETT TEN BROEK CPA Accounting Services 605 717-5410 HR BLOCK Accounting Services 605 584-3034 INTERSTATE ENGINEERING INC. Consulting engineering and land surveying firm 605 642-4772 JOHNS KOSEL ATTORNEYS AT LAW PROF. LLC Attorneys and counselors at law 605 717-2889 KING APPRAISALS Commercial appraisal services 605 717-5706 MCNALLY LAURA CPA PROF. LLC Accounting taxes and bookkeeping 605 723-0980 PADGETT BUSINESS SERVICES Accounting taxes bookkeeping services 605 559-0416 smallbizpros.comc_hicks PONDEROSA LAND SURVEYS Land surveying anywhere in SD 605 722-3840 STATE FARM INSURANCE Professional commercial life and health insurance 605 578-1410 REAL ESTATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT CENTURY 21 ASSOCIATED REALTY Full service real estate firm residential land cabins commercial ranches 605 578-1417 DENA SHEETS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Quality vacation homes cabins resi- dential rentals including Rally lodging 605 499-9068 LEAD TIMESHARE RESALES FROM SELLMYTIMESHARENOW 877 815-4227 sellmytimesharenow.comtimeshare leadcitybuy-timeshare TRL PROPERTIES Commercial residential rentals 605 580-1267 REMAX GOLD Real estate specialists 605 717-1544 SANDERS APARTMENTS 15 one-bedroom furnished unfurnished apartments 2 ground level retail office spaces 605 692-6979 THE REAL ESTATE CENTER OF LEAD-DEADWOOD Real estate office licensed in WY and SD list sell all real estate 605 578-3030 SHOPPING AND RETAIL ABC BUSINESS SUPPLY LLC The place for all your office supply needs 605 578-3636 ACE HARDWARE Hardware clothing hunting camping and fishing supplies live pets and pet supplies. and more 605-559-1110 AMERICAN DISCOUNT SURPLUS Discount and surplus items for sale 605 717-2931 ASPIRE BOUTIQUE Eclectic boutique featuring art upcycled clothing and more 605 591-0600 COMMON CENTS Convenience store 605 584-3221 DAKOTAMART GAS Gas station convenience store- cold drinks snacks beer liquor and more 605 584-1226 DEADWOOD GIFT SHOPPE Old west dcor accessories SD-made products cowgirl bling purses belts jewelry memorabilia souvenirs 605 722-4975 HIGH MOUNTAIN OUTFITTERS Quality apparel and gear for mountain sports enthusiasts 605 717-2980 JL GIFTS Black Hills jewelry hand crafted glass jewelry jackets and USA-made products 605 578-1810 LYNNS DAKOTAMART Grocery store 605 584-2905 SAGE INDUSTRIAL SALES INC. Specialized industrial products 605 722-5570 578-1339 TWIN CITY HARDWARE RENTAL LUMBER Paint plumbing flooring lawn garden lumber rentals and more 605 578-3782 TRAVEL TRANSPORTATION DAKOTA TRAVEL INC. Full service travel agency 605 722-0342 605 584-1090 ASSOCIATE MEMBERS Gerald Marty Ann Apa Dick Ashley Marc Pat Asmussen Paul Jan Baldwin Ed Carr Kevin Faunille Cummings Mary Ann Eddy Shirley Ferrero Dexter Dardis Forsberg Pete Jacqualyn Fuller Gary Joanne Goodrich Gar Kay Hansen Ada Henninger Harry Hinds Vivienne Richer Paul Holtsclaw Jim Beth Jeffery Jim Carol Klancnik Gerald Beverly Kobriger Esther Lux Ron Rita Meis Lynn Milos Maxine Morcom Evelyn Murdy Denise Parker Ed Barb Rose Roger Dru Thomas Dick Mona Tinker Monte Alice Varland Jime Cameon Wefso Terry Weisenberg Judy Woodworth Denny York LeadLeadFirst settled in 1876 and then incorporated in 1877 the City of Lead is a sparkling jewel at the top of the Northern Black Hills of South Dakota. Once the site of the Homestake Mining Co. and its employees Lead is now the home of the Sanford Underground Researh Facility and its scientists. Our town remains unchanged in many ways... but is also in full dbut is also in full development and promises a lively future for the community. PARADISE HAS AN ADDRESS... AND IT COULD BE YOURSPARADISE HAS AN ADDRESS... AND IT COULD BE YOURSPARADISE HAS AN ADDRESS... AND IT COULD BE YOURS GREG KLEIN 605.920.1342 MATT KLEIN 605.920.1341 LINDA DESROSIER 605.580.1078 KATHLEEN SCOTT 605.580.0111 JAKE JOHNSON 605.920.0986