2nd ‘Honor Ride’ kicks off July 4th at Crazy Horse
The approximately 10 a.m. program will be open to the public and precede the traditional 11 a.m. Independence Day blast on the Crazy Horse mountain carving.
Last year’s commemorative “Honor Ride,” the first of its kind at the Memorial, saw the riders carry in U.S. flags presented by families wishing to honor one or more relatives.
Other July 4th activities at Crazy Horse include Lakota dance programs at 11 a.m., 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. on the mountain viewing deck, the 6 p.m. Native American cultural presentation at the visitor complex, and the “Legends in Light” laser-light show on the mountain at dark.