Social Events


Monday, June 26, 2023

Chuckwagon Dinner

Fort Hays Old West Town Square

Experience the Old West like never before at Chuckwagon Dinner and Show. Step back in time at the Fort Hays Old West Town Square where the supper bell rings, calling all cowboys and cowgirls to bring their appetites. After an authentic cowboy dinner, the Fort Hays Wranglers take the stage to entertain you with the Black Hills’ most popular music variety show! You are guaranteed to have a foot-stompin’, belly shakin’ good time!


Tuesday, June 27, 2023

APCOM Awards Dinner | The Journey Museum

The Journey Museum, featuring Sequoia Crosswhite, Native American Musician

Enjoy a celebratory and cultural evening with colleagues at renowned Journey Museum. Relax, savor conversation and explore the expansive museum, covering American history, Black Hills history, and Native American culture. Special guest Sequoia Crosswhite, Native American musician, will treat attendees to an extraordinary concert experience.

About Sequoia Crosswhite:

Sequoia Crosswhite is an enrolled member of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe and a descendant of Chief War Eagle and Chief Swift Cloud. He is an accomplished musician, grass dancer and historian, and his handmade flutes and musical recordings uphold the traditions of his Lakota ancestors. Much of his music is a fusion of hip-hop, rock, and lyrics about Indian heritage and contemporary life.


Thursday, June 29, 2023

Field Trip | 8:00 am – 4:30 pm

Cap the conference with a full-day field trip that includes two mine stops and a museum visit.

Start the morning with a scenic drive through the Black Hills to the Coeur Mining Wharf Gold Mine. Next, the group continues on to DakotaGold Corp for a presentation lunch. Following lunch, you’ll move on to the Black Hills Mining Museum for a private tour of the world-class underground museum. To round out the day, you’ll enjoy a final scenic drive through the Black Hills as the tour returns back to Rapid City.

Wharf Gold Mine – Couer Mining

DakotaGold Corp – Presentation and lunch

Black Hills Mining Museum
(Limited to 30 persons)