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Crazy Horse Memorial begins free Thursday programs

CRAZY HORSE (AP) -- Crazy Horse Memorial is kicking off a series of free weekly programs beginning Thursday. The lectures and performances begin at 6 p.m. every Thursday. They will feature Native American groups or individuals. The weekly program...

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CRAZY HORSE (AP) -- Crazy Horse Memorial is kicking off a series of free weekly programs beginning Thursday.

The lectures and performances begin at 6 p.m. every Thursday. They will feature Native American groups or individuals. The weekly programs run through Aug. 30.

The first featured lecture is by Lakota author Ed "Eagle Man" McGaa. McGaa has written nine books about tribal history, spiritualism and healing. He will discuss historic warriors.

Admission is free for people attending the program who bring three cans of food or money for a food drive.

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