october fest - September 24, 2022

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BRATS, BEER, LIVE MUSIC, AND MORE!

September 24th, 2022

Ben's Brew Station

8th and Walnut in Yankton

Food served by Cramer Kenyon Heritage Home volunteers from 2PM-6PM

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GUIDED TOURS

The Home is open to the Public for guided tours from Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend; Wednesday through Sunday from 1 P.M. until 4 P.M.  Suggested minimum donations for admission include: $7 for ages 12 and up and $3 for students under 12. Tour groups are welcome as are tours at other times, including the off season. Please contact us at 605-665-7470.

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MURDER MYSTERY DINNER

Cramer-Kenyon Heritage Home Board Members create three or four murder mysteries per year. Ten guests reserve seats at the table. The fun begins when guests arrive and are greeted by the butler who answers any questions they may have. Served hors d'oeuvres and libations in the front parlor while the participants get to know each other's characters. More conversation ensues around the dining room table as guests enjoy a delicious meal. But then, a murder is discovered and the guests must work with their hosts to find the culprit. Thus far, the time period has been no later than 1907 with most set in the early 1890s, but that may change. Suggested minimum donation is $50 per person. 

SPECIAL EVENTS

The Cramer - Kenyon Home, the grounds, and Gazebo are available to hold events for special occasions such as Weddings, Receptions, Showers, Meetings, and Engagement Parties

 

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TESTIMONIALS

This is not only a Yankton treasure it is truly a national treasure. As a historical site every US history class taught in Yankton should include a tour of the house and a study of its place in Yankton.