Te Tonka Ha Rendezvous held at Hole-in-the-Mountain county park

August 9, 2017

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Dave Huebner, owner of Dakota Stoneware out of Bushnell, South Dakota, created his clay figurines on site as visitors watched. Huebner is one of the founders of the Benton-Fremont Days celebration.

By Shelly Finzen 

The 19th annual Te Tonka Ha Rendezvous and Benton-Fremont Days and fifth annual Tatonka Knap-in and Pickers Paradise was held at Hole-in-the- Mountain County Park Aug. 4-6. A wide variety of vendors, flint knappers, entertainers, reenactors, and flea market vendors were on hand offering goods, food, entertain­ment, and knowledge to event visitors.
Food vendors this year included a sno-cone truck, which was popular with all ages, popcorn, hot dogs, and snacks provided by the local Lake Benton Volunteers for Education and Lake Benton Public Library, a taco truck, and selections of Cold Stone Creamery Ice Cream pro­vided by Lighthouse As­sembly of God Church.

For the full story and more photos, read this week’s Hendricks Pioneer.