Dedicated to promoting a greater life for present and future generations by meeting needs and creating opportunities in the Pipestone area.
The Pipestone Area Community Foundation is dedicated to promoting a greater quality of life for the Pipestone Area. We achieve this by helping to fund specific community projects or area organizations. These projects and organizations all enhance the community we consider home; making a better life for present and future generations.
The Foundation serves as a central source working to meet the various needs of the area. With your support of the Foundation, we will assure that contributions are put towards projects that meet our goals and mission. To learn more follow the link to Who We Are.
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The Pipestone Area Community Foundation will soon be developing a new presence on the Internet. Our goal is to provide a better online face to the Foundation through a more simplified and streamlined web site. Stay tuned for more information as we work to implement this much needed change. Read more
The 23rd Annual Watertower Festival will be held June 21-23 in Pipestone. This year’s theme is Take Me Out to the Ballgame. Schedule of Events: Thursday Main Street · PAS Band Hamburger Feed ~ 5 – 7 pm · Kiddie Parade ~ 6:30 pm · Little Miss & Mr Watertower Festival ~ 7 pm Friday Main Street · Street [...] Read more
We deeply apologize for the inconvenience of our website being extremely shaky over the past month. This was due to some rogue user accounts that had breached some security protocols to gain access to the website and wreak havoc, ruining the fun for everyone else. Today we have taken actions to restore the site, and [...] Read more
The second annual Chuck Wagon Cook-Off was held June 24-25 at Fort Pipestone. This year we had four wagons cooking, one more than last year. The Pipestone Four Winds Association, organizers of the event, supplied all participants with the necessary ingredients. Each wagon cooked food from five categories: meat, beans, bread, potatoes, and dessert. All entries had to [...] Read more
The Pipekeepers held events in July, to share their Tribal culture with the area. The concert went well. Bruce Wiegle of Pipestone played his flute during the pow-wow intermission at Moore Park on Saturday, July 23, at 4 p.m. After the concert he stayed to sell CDs and talk to guests. The pow-wow went well [...] Read more
It took 38 minutes for 6 people to pack Ted and Joan Stout’s very long stock trailer with aluminum cans. The cans tat are dropped off at the crib come from local businesses and individual families. Several times a year the cans are loaded into Stout’s trailer, and marketed to an aluminum buyer. Funds are [...] Read more