Lakota Dream Museum & Monument

Lakota Dream Museum Opening In Rapid City

Sep 13, 2018
Chynna Lockett

The Lakota Dream Museum is hosting a grand opening for it’s new location in Downtown Rapid City. The public is invited to see early Native American artifacts that date back as far as 150 years and hear speakers explain the budding collection.

Nearly a year and a half ago, 23 year old Adonis Saltes started working towards creating a Native American museum in the Black Hills. The founder of the Lakota Dream Museum says the location in Rapid City is tangible evidence of their progress.

Local Graduate Unveils Plans For New Lakota Museum

Apr 16, 2018

    A college student from the Pine Ridge Reservation is unveiling plans for a new museum near Mt. Rushmore. Developers hope to showcase artifacts from Native American history and use the profits to benefit the economy on Pine Ridge.

 

Adonis Saltes is graduating from a Utah college in May. He’s planning to move back to South Dakota to start a museum. Saltes says the first step is buying land.  

In The Moment ... February 8, 2018 Show 273 Hour 1

Kevin Woster is looking into a Rapid City project with potential impact on generations to come. It's called the Lakota Dream Museum & Monument, and it's spearheaded by basketball standout and businessman Adonis Saltes.

You can find Kevin Woster's blog online at sdpb.org/woster