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Czech, Mate

By Linda Tancs

Czech immigrants have settled in the tiny town of Tabor, South Dakota since 1869.  The founders of this town (population under 1000) are celebrated during the third weekend of each June at the Czech Days festival.  Fireworks are scheduled for 16 June.  See the Beseda Dancers, 238 colorful costumed dancers performing Friday and Saturday evenings at 8:30 pm in Sokol Park.  Other features include a heritage museum boasting a log school and log house, homemade noodles and Czech music.  Also, watch the screening of the film “Tabor: A Little Czech Town on the American Prairie.”  Bring your appetite.  Tiny Tabor is located on SD Highway 50, 100 miles southwest of Sioux Falls. 

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