Home & Garden in South Dakota


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  • Ten Thousand Villages
    Working with artisans in developing countries who would otherwise be underemployed, Ten Thousand Villages supplies handicraft lovers with hand-crafted jewelry, home d?cor, accessories, and gifts from Latin America, Africa, and Asia, while paying artisans fair wages for their products. Support marginalized women in Bangladesh with YWCA Craft Centre's bright and goosy Super Duck backpack (Bangladesh, $24), which allows school children to strut confidently into second grade and medical malpractice lawyers to swagger into the courtroom with a duck on their backs. Socially conscious crafters can take home a hand-stitched measuring-tape cat (Vietnam, $8) from Mai Vietnamese Handicrafts, while frugal fashionistas can sport dancing-girl earrings made from recycled soda cans by KICK Trading Ltd. (Kenya, $12) or a marbled bead choker from TARA Projects (India, $16). Fair-trade staples, such as Equal Exchange coffee, tea, and chocolates, make tasty gifts for Father's Day, Secretary's Day, or Father's Secretary's Day.
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    200 S Phillips Ave
    Sioux Falls, SD US
  • Kemo Sabay Campground and Storage
    Kemo Sabay Campground and Storage has the best amenities around. Enjoy Kemo Sabay Campground and Storage when you stay in Hot Springs. There's no need to play the parking game. There are plenty of open parking spaces in the area. Save more on your next trip to Hot Springs when you opt for a motel stay at Kemo Sabay Campground and Storage. Packed with plenty of A+ amenities, you can enjoy your accommodations and still have plenty of wiggle room in your wallet.
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    27288 Wind Cave Rd
    Hot Springs, SD US
  • Homestead DO It Center
    It's about time you see the medical professionals at Homestead DO It Center in Brookings. When you're seeking medical attention, turn to Homestead DO It Center for high-quality treatments and services, such as medical checkups. Schedule a routine check-up with a doctor at Homestead DO It Center and keep your body healthy.
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    823 Main Ave S
    Brookings, SD US
  • Full Circle Gallery
    Inside a 6,500-square-foot retail and instruction space, Dakota Stained Glass owner Ken Bird inspires merry bands of visitors to create glass-based masterpieces. The one-night glass-jewelry class introduces a technique known as fusing, in which individual fragments of colored glass are arranged in a specific design and run through a superheated kiln, rendering previously disparate pieces part of a harmonious mass. Under a Dakota Stained Glass expert?s tutelage, students are provided all the necessary tools, materials, and know-how to create four fused-glass pendants of their own conception, fulfilling aesthetic visions and filling bare body parts with bedazzling glass designs of abstract colors and all-seeing Elvis Presley heads. Several class dates and times are available for busy beekeepers and overworked warlocks alike.
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    1312 W 41st St
    Sioux Falls, SD US
  • John Adams Collection
    Owners Amy Donelan and Sharon Rons keep their quaint shop stocked with an ever-changing abundance of quality home goods and room fillers to liven up even the dankest of dwellings and homeliest of hobbit holes. Shoppers can peruse interior upgrades such as artwork, silk florals, and original lamps (starting at $29.99), as well as exterior upgrades to their body-temples in the form of scarves ($29.95), purses ($50+), jewelry ($29.95+), and lotions ($10.99?$12.99). One-up the neighbor's makeshift Kool-Aid stand with Tea Forte's iced tea brewing pitchers ($29.99), a revolutionary new method for brewing whole-leaf teas into freshly flavored seasonal sips overflowing with antioxidants. Otherwise, stock up on Jaunty 100% wool rugs to politely shield the home from unwanted barefoot baggage. Hanging a picture frame (starting at $24.99) around the suspicious rectangular hole in the wall will make it look intentional, while a few well-placed candles ($4.50+) and potpourri ($19.99 for 14 ounces plus refresher oil) will mask the smell of poltergeist B.O. Likewise, accumulating a collection of wind chimes can wreak a subtle vengeance on any newspaper-swiping neighbors. At John Adam Collection, the home improvement possibilities are as endless as most American soap operas.
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    3401 S Kelley Ave
    Sioux Falls, SD US
  • Walmart PictureMe Portrait Studios
    Sears Home Services dispatches crews of prompt, filth-eradicating specialists to customers’ homes to thoroughly scour carpets, upholstery, and air ducts. Beyond leaving surfaces reflective, the thorough cleaning ferrets out allergens, dust, and grime. For carpets, the team restores floor furs back to a state of pre-stomped freshness through a two-step process that loosens dirt embedded in fibers with a heated solution before a high-powered extraction whisks it away. They use a similar system that scours tile and grout, removing stains without unleashing wild packs of toothbrushes that froth at the bristle. They can also amp up indoor air quality to EPA standards with duct cleaning that gathers up dust, pollen, dander, and other contaminants that spur on allergies. Sears Home Services also backs each deodorizing and degunking service with the Sears Guarantee of Satisfaction.
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    3209 South Louise Avenue
    Sioux Falls, SD US

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