• Indian Artifacts,
• Extensive Lewis & Clark display,
• Old tools,
• Hand- made clocks from various South Dakota trees and crafted by a local artisan,
• History of moving the town of Pollock,
• Pollock High School memorabilia,
• Newspaper clippings from the 1880's to the present,
• Monthly display of local interest,
• Old Pollock High School yearbooks,
• Antique organ,
• 1911 cash register formerly housed in “Old” Pollock drug store
• Obituaries from 12/12/1888 to present.
A highlight for visitors is a three-dimensional painting which includes a buffalo made from flint and arrowheads and native grasses. Also displayed are bank calendars dating from the 1920's.
• Etched coffee mugs
• tee-shirts and sweatshirts
• 2001 History Book supplements
• Cd's with pioneer stories
• High School Yearbook DVDs (1950-2008)
Quilt, cookbook raffles
2021 DAIRY/AG DAYS PROGRAM/ALL SCHOOL REUNION, July 9-11, 2021
Who and What: Allen and Jill Kirkham, “Traditional Western Music Show”
This entertaining program highlights the singing of western music through the years while playing five different instruments. This family show has received excellent reviews at chuck wagon and stage shows throughout the Black Hills. Allen and Jill have received many music awards and recorded CDs. It is a program for all ages, men and women.
When: July 9, 2021, 7:30 p.m.
Where: Pollock Lutheran Church
PUT THESE PROGRAMS ON YOUR “MUST SEE” JULY 9-10, 2021 SCHEDULE TODAY!
Who and What: Marilyn Carlson Aronson, “A River Runs Through It: The Missouri River is an Enigma”
Aronson discusses how modern technology has tried to tame the mighty Missouri River and harness its energy to meet the growing needs of the people in the Missouri River basin.
When: July 10, 2021, 2:30 p.m.
Where: Pollock Memorial Presbyterian Church
DISPLAYS CHANGED FREQUENTLY
2020 Schedule of local short term displays:
The Pollock Visitors’ Center is displaying antique and unique dolls for the final display of 2020, August through October. The collection includes a doll with a hand carved head and hands from cotton wood blocks. The lady carved and made these dolls while she was waiting for her husband to return from World War I. Another antique doll has a cracked porcelain head and missing arms. Stop by to read the story! Many other dolls are on display with humorous and interesting stories. Please call the Visitors’ Center at 605-889-2450 or stop by on Monday, Tuesday, Friday or Saturday afternoon if you are interested in displaying or viewing the collection.