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RIDE THE BLACK HILLS of SOUTH DAKOTA
Tues. March 17th Noon CST on Equestrian Legacy Radio's SADDLE UP AMERICA!
GARY HOLT and co-host TINA MAE WEBER welcome SUSANA GIBSON Publisher of TRAIL BLAZER MAGAZINE for a sneak peak at what's coming up and changes in America's favorite trail riders magazine.
We travel to The Black Hills of South Dakota to visit with JIM SMITH of ELK HAVEN HORSE CAMP and tour the historic sites surrounding this jewel of a campground nestled in the shadow of Mt. Rushmore and near the gates of Custer State Park.
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January 1, 2015
New Year's Day 2 Hour Special
Special Interview: “Saving the Black Hills” - With Denise Iwaniw and Barbara Dullknife at 3 PM EST/2 PM CST/12 PM PST
Please join Denise and her very special guest, Barbara Dullknife, for a powerful and insightful hour of discussion about the spiritual history of the Black Hills. Barbara shares about how the Black Hills Unity Alliance was formed to create a management plan for the return of the sacred Black Hills land to the First Nations people of Native North America.
Barbara Dullknife is a former two-term tribal councilwoman for the Oglala District of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota. Currently, Barbara serves as a member of the Black Hills Unity Alliance.
Sacred Hoop with Neshi Lokotz at 4 PM EST/3 PM CST/1 PM PST
Join Neshi Lokotz for an hour of Sacred Drum Making. What makes the type of drum making Neshi does sacred? There are many, many ways to make a hand drum. The drum represents the Universe, all of creation, and also a metaphor for where you are in your life at the moment you make a drum. The seemingly separate bits and pieces of the raw material come together in a unique way for you at that moment. We invite you to come and join Neshi as she shares about the creation, birth, of a sacred drum.
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