SMSC Stories

Public Notice: Environmental Assessment and Preliminary Finding of No Significant Impact – Fiscal Year 2023 Recycling Project

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has prepared an Environmental Assessment (EA) and Preliminary Finding of No Significant Impact for public review and comment for...

Hoċokata Ṫi to Host Tribal Museums Day

Hoċokata Ṫi is proud to partner with the Association on American Indian Affairs to host Tribal Museums Day on Saturday, December 2. To recognize...

Annual Waniyetu Art Market Returns to Hoċokata Ṫi

The Waniyetu Art Market is returning to Hoċokata Ṫi on December 7-9. The annual event will again feature a wide variety of art and...

SMSC Wacipi Showcases Native Culture

A record number of dancers were highlighted at the 2023 SMSC Wacipi as the Community celebrated Native culture and traditions at the SMSC’s largest...

SDCS Customer Appreciation Event Set for July 19

The Shakopee Dakota Convenience Stores will celebrate 30 years of service later this month by hosting a Customer Appreciation Event on Wednesday, July 19,...

Enjoy Local, Organic Produce Responsibly Grown by the SMSC

Public Invited to Celebrate Dakota Culture Through Livestream Performance

SMSC to Host its First-Ever Language Bowl

Hoċokata Ṫi is set to host the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community’s first-ever Dak̇ota Iapi Akiciyapi (Dakota Language Bowl) on May 20 from 9am-5pm. The...

SMSC Spring Blood Drive Sees Record Turnout, Potentially Saving 234 Lives

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community (SMSC) hosted a spring blood drive at Dakotah! Sport and Fitness in early April as part of an ongoing...

Annual Native Artist Spring Pop-Up Returns to Hoċokata Ṫi

It’s back! The annual Native Artist Spring Pop-Up Shop is returning to Hoċokata Ṫi for its third consecutive year. Stop by the cultural center’s...

Hoċokata Ṫi to Host Earth Day Event

The Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community is set to host its second annual Hoċokata Ṫi Earth Day Event on Friday, April 21 from 10am-4pm. The...

Invasive Spongy Moth Spotted in Scott County

The spongy moth, previously known as the gypsy moth, is a non-native, invasive leaf-eating insect that first arrived in the United Sates from Europe...

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