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Sites & Attractions no admission charge. An 18-hole disc golf course is also located at Fantle Memorial Park in Yankton. Visit the City Web site at www. cityofyankton.org to view and print the course scorecard. Bring your own discs, no fee required. G.A.R. Hall Art Gallery & Gift Shop 5 Yankton Area Arts Association 508 Douglas Avenue (605) 665-9754 www.YanktonAreaArts.org This finely preserved Civil War building is the home of Yankton Area Arts Association and provides a charming setting for monthly art exhibits, receptions and meetings. There is a fullyequipped kitchen and large classroom in the basement. Historically, the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) built the hall in 1887 as the Phil Kearney Post No. 7, a meeting place for Union veterans and their auxiliary. Call for more information, gallery exhibits, special events and rentals. Open Monday - Friday 1-5 p.m. and Saturday 1-3 p.m. Admission is free. The gallery is handicap accessible. Gavins Point Dam Four miles West on Highway 52 (402) 667-2546 www.nwo.usace.army.mil/gavinspoint Gavins Point Dam, located on the Missouri River, was completed in 1957 as part of the PickSloan Plan. The dam and power plant are operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Tour the power plant and learn how it operates. See the generators in action! Open Memorial Day through Labor Day, Friday - Sunday. Tours on the hour from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. except at 12 Noon. Tours available to civic and school groups off season by appointment. No purses, bags, cameras, cell phones, food or drink allowed in the power plant. IDs are required for those 17 and older. Gavins Point Day Use Area (Lewis and Clark Recreation Area) (605) 668-2985 An 18-hole disc golf course is located at the Gavins Point Day Use Area. Frisbees are available for checkout at the park office, park entrance license required, $6/day or $30 for an annual permit, and scorecards are available at the first tee. 11 Gavins Point National 2 Fish Hatchery & Aquarium 31227 436th Avenue (3 miles West on Hwy. 52) (605) 665-3352 www.fws.gov/gavinspoint/index.htm Built in 1960 on the Missouri River, the hatchery has produced over five billion fish for release in Midwestern waters. In the cool, softly lit surrounds of the aquarium, visitors become part of the aquatic environment as fish and turtles swim within 13 tanks. Exhibits, displays and aquatic animals located in the aquarium building explain the work and objectives of the hatchery. The hatchery is one of 65 National Federal Hatcheries and Fish Technology Centers operated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Open April 1 through Oct. 1 daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Yankton, South Dakota – 17