Holiday Craft Bazaar & Shop Small Belle Fourche

Get ready to kick off the holiday season and #ShopSmall in Belle Fourche!

Holiday Craft Bazaar vendors are partnering with local retail stores for Small Business Friday & Saturday to bring you a unique and fun holiday shopping experience – right in your hometown! Crafters and vendors will be set up in shops downtown, decked out for the Christmas season. Enjoy in-store tastings and warm drinks while hunting bargains. Vendors can register here.

We’ll start with a Chamber-sponsored Passport To #ShopSmall Pancake Breakfast Friday, Nov. 24, 8am at the Butte County Post. Have a hearty breakfast of blueberry pancakes for a donation of a can of food for the Compassion Cupboard. At the breakfast you will receive your passport listing participating shops and vendors. Get your Small Business Passport stamped everywhere you go for discounts and a chance to win prizes!

Friday night shops and vendors will be open late for the Parade of Lights and Light Up the Night festivities! Parade starts at 6pm downtown Belle Fourche, followed by the Lighting of the Town Christmas Tree on 6th Avenue, Tri-State Museum Holiday Open House at 6:30pm, and Light Up the Night Fireworks display at the Center of the Nation Monument at 7:30pm.

Saturday the fun continues with further sales, specials, & more!

For the full schedule of events, click here.

To register you float for the Parade of Lights, click here.

2017 Limited Edition Center of the Nation Christmas Ornaments

Announcing our limited edition 2017 "Center of the Nation" Christmas Ornaments. This year our colors are red and white. The ornaments are 4" in diameter and are glass, not plastic.

Quantities are limited, so get yours today before they are gone! 

To purchase yours, click HERE.


Historic Preservation Opportunities for Belle Fourche Businesses

Owners of historic buildings have opportunities for property tax breaks and possibly even restoration grants.

Belle Fourche and area commercial, public and residential property owners are invited to an informal program opening with a noon no-host lunch with South Dakota State Preservation Office officials at noon Tuesday, Oct. 17, at the Branding Iron Social Club on the south side of Belle Fourche.

The state preservation office administers federal and state tax incentive programs, and handles review and compliance issues on historic building architecture.

Belle Fourche currently has a registered historic downtown district, but other structures may qualify for the state and national registers of historic places.

Miss the event? Download the information from the Historical Society here.

Manufacturers Week 2017


Chamber executive director Gary Wood and Deb Brown of Save Your Town

Belle Fourche's 2nd annual Manufacturers Week unfolded October 3-5, with a variety of seminars and events, and noted speaker Deb Brown of Save Your Town.
Tours of empty commercial buildings took place on Tuesday and Wednesday, buildings that included many of the dominating and historic structures in downtown Belle Fourche. Building owners and real estate agents were on hand to answer questions about the buildings, as most on the tour are sale or rent. The Chamber took videos of these tours that can be viewed through the link below.
After the tours, Deb Brown met individually with business owners for some one-on-one consulting on ways to improve and grow their businesses. 
Thursday October 5th officially South Dakota Manufacturers Day. Events were held at the Belle Fourche Community Center, and began with a coffee hour at 7:30am. 8th Avenue Bakery provided coffee and fresh donuts. Deb Brown gave two seminars, giving practical advice and simple steps for businesses to implement for a brighter future.
South Dakota secretary of the Department of Labor & Regulation Marsha Hultman then gave a presentation on South Dakota's workforce, manufacturing, and employment.
Small Business Development Center's regional director Dona Leavens and Tim Crawford spoke on the assistance and benefits available to small businesses through the SBDC.
These seminars and presentations are available to view through the link below.
After a working luncheon catered by Subway, a group left from the community hall to tour Pipeline Plastics and the Belle Fourche Industrial Arts Center.
Deb Brown met individually with several community groups to discuss ways they can do their parts to improve Belle Fourche while working in harmony.
The day ended with a Job Fair & Career Day where fifteen area businesses hosted booths advertising their services and employment opportunities.
The Chamber is pleased with the amount of growth Belle Fourche Manufacturers Day/Week has seen in just one year, and we are very encouraged by the turnout and enthusiasm we saw this week towards making Belle Fourche an even better place to live, work, and play.  

Link to Building Tour and Seminar Videos


Download Our Weekly Printable


Keep abreast of weekly happenings and upcoming member events in the community with our convenient printable! 

Printable for the week now available

To download .pdf, click HERE.

November 24 & 25th in Belle Fourche!

New Members

McKenzie Hennessey - Keller Williams - Black Hills Realtor

When you're looking for a real estate professional to help you, know that above all else, good agents put their clients first. This is your dream, and your agent is your advocate to help you make your dream come true.

Michelle Watson - Keller Williams - Black Hills Realtor

When you're looking for a real estate professional to help you, know that above all else, good agents put their clients first. This is your dream, and your agent is your advocate to help you make your dream come true.

Willow Creek Tax LLC

Now with two locations to better serve you!


Sunset Motel & RV Park

When you stay at the Sunset Motel & RV Park, you come in as strangers but leave as friends!


Cindy's Cleaning & Restoration

Specializing in home deep cleaning.


Joe Dirt Septic & Drain, LLC

"Sewer or later you'll need us"


Farmers Insurance

As your local Farmers® agent in Belle Fourche, SD since 2003, I help customers like you identify the insurance coverage that best fits your needs.

Recent Renewing Members

October Renewals: Fast Break Screen Printing ● First Congregational Church ● Stereos N Stuff ● Bunney's Body & Collision Repair ● South Park Lanes ● Black Hills Pioneer ● Spearfish Eye Care Center

November Renewals: Quik Signs ● Belle Fourche Dairy Queen ● Spearfish Eye Care ● Gary Collins, Realtor

Thank you, Special Sponsors!

Where business people work together, sharing their energies and expertise in building a strong community.

The Belle Fourche Chamber of Commerce serves to promote our members, the commercial, civic, and general interests of the city of Belle Fourche, and our trade area. As a voluntary organization our aim is to represent and advocate for our members and the business community as a whole. We are not a civic club, a charitable organization, or department of city government. We are a private, non-profit, taxpaying corporation focused on improving the community and businesses of Belle Fourche. We’re compromised of people — people just like you, who realize that we can accomplish more collectively than individually.