At SmileLabs, the staff is focused on one thing: whitening teeth. To lift stains and discolorations caused by drinking coffee, sipping colas, and chewing crayons, they fill custom silicone mouth trays with a peroxide-based whitening gel, which is water-based to prevent tooth sensitivity. Once teeth have been coated in the gel, they aim their Millennium SL LED lamp at the teeth to accelerate the whitening process. Each treatment takes about 15 minutes, and clients can double up treatments during a single visit.
Remember the Alamo. In their own unique way, the game designers at Splat Attack Paintball honor that charge with a scenario based around the legendary battle. The Alamo is one of Splat Attack's 13 games, which range from classics such as capture the flag to mutants, a riff on hide-and-seek where players search for their "contaminated" foes. Rounds take place across Splat Attack's more than 12 acres, which encompass landscapes both large and small—not to mention open and dense. Giant wooden spools and barrels populate the more traditional, speedball-style fields, while woodland surroundings include trenches and confined trailers, where players can take cover behind walls and napping movie stars.
Time at the Table brings families together at the dinner table with a variety of classes and events. The Kitchen Kids program teaches young children how to cook basic recipes, while Mom's Night Off brings a group of adult friends together to cook, socialize, and take home food. By teaching people how to cook easy and inventive dishes from scratch, the organization aims to help them learn to explore cooking on their own and encourage healthy eating habits.
Full Service Hotel Year Built 1979 Year Remodeled 1997 Additional Property Description Welcome to BEST WESTERN Kelly Inn. Guests at this Yankton hotel are often in the region to enjoy Lewis and Clark Recreation or exciting boating on the Missouri River. However, this Yankton hotel also regularly welcomes guests in town for special events, such as the numerous weddings that take place nearby throughout the year. If it is your special day, or you are here as a wedding guest, count on the hotel to make the big day just a little bit easier. Friendly staff, spacious rooms and blocked rooms are available for your convenience. If there is anything we can do to make your stay better, let us know and we will try our best to oblige. The National Field Archery Association also brings in travelers from around the world. South Dakota has some stunning outdoor spaces, no matter what your sport of choice may be. There are three golf courses within five miles, and spending the days on the greens is sheer paradise for many of our Yankton hotel guests. The hotel staff is happy to provide recommendations on attractions and the best spots for whatever you have in mind. There is an archery building within walking distance of our Yankton hotel, and fishing and hunting are both prime sports in this region. During hunting season, we welcome folks from around the country as they travel for their game of choice. The Riverboat Days are an exciting time, and it is the perfect event to relax with the family. This Yankton hotel prioritizes guest comfort. That is why the hotel offers a restaurant and lounge on site, as well as a racquetball court on site. The only full service hotel in the area, and a reputation that is built on quality and hospitality. Enjoy an indoor water playland, perfect for the kids and a key relaxation sport f
A giant American flag subtly waves hello to patrons from its post high above a fleet of tables, and farming tools plant themselves firmly on a wall inside JoDean's Steakhouse and Lounge. The patriotic theme extends to the kitchen, where chefs grill, fry, and steam USDA Certified Choice steaks, fresh seafood, and sandwiches. More than 50 feet of covered islands emit puffs of steam during daily buffets, including everything from sirloin tips and all-you-can-eat crab legs to Sunday-morning ham-and-cheese omelets. Inside the dining room, framed prints by Bob Byerley adorn the wall, and the lounge boasts a hearty wooden bar where dates can enjoy libations and small talk about acid rain. A number of banquet rooms are available for parties of up to 250 people, and the parking lot can watch buses, RVs, and small aircraft as owners dine.
Since 1985, South Dakota Magazine’s writers have traversed their home state to unearth unique stories about its past and present. From their Yankton offices, housed in three old brick buildings built in the 1870s by Territorial Governor John Pennington, staffers recall tales from their travels with entertaining articles paired with full-color photos. Recipes for prize-winning pies share space with accounts of outdoor excursions, previews of upcoming events, and historical articles documenting little-known pieces of South Dakota’s past. One issue is sent to subscribers every two months, giving them plenty of time to read every article and plan which outfit they will wear when reading the next.