Dancing at Tabor Czech Days

Czech This Out: Czech Days in Tabor

A Photo Essay

Czechoslovakian immigrants brought many traditions with them to South Dakota, including the love of food and music. The celebration has kept alive the heritage of the early founders of the little South Dakota community who came to Tabor, SD from Czechoslovakia as early as 1869. At the annual Tabor Czech Days, held each June, visitors come for the dining and stay for the dancing (not to mention the parade, entertainment and carnival). 

Dancing, Czech Days
Dancing Czech Days

Kids dancing
Kids dancing

Czech days
Three girls dancing
Parade at Czech days

Train float at the Czech Days parade
Tractor pulling a float at Czech days
Girl riding a carousel at Czech Days
Let Us Help You Plan
Illustration of BigHorn Ram in Badlands National Park at Sunrise with flowers and the colorful striated spires leading off into the horizon
Let Us Help You Plan
Feeding a burro
Stay In Touch With SD
Elevator art in Faulkton
Discover Great Finds & Earn Prizes