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Sites & Attractions Lodge. Visitors will want to view the quilt highlighting Yankton landmarks, made by the four Yankton Quester chapters. For rental and viewing of the capitol contact the Parks & Recreation Department. Dakota Theatre 328 Walnut Street (605) 665-4711 Reservations www.lewisandclarktheatre.org Spend an evening - or afternoon enjoying a production by the Lewis & Clark Theatre Company. The beautiful art deco style building was built in 1902 and has recently undergone many renovations: climate controls, state-of-the-art lights and sound system, new décor and much more! The Theatre has productions scheduled and awaiting guests. Come enjoy the many productions with actors of all ages. Downtown Yankton Between 2nd & 5th Street., Linn & Burleigh Street (605) 665-2263 www.yanktondowntown.com Stroll through the downtown area and browse many individually owned and operated businesses and unique shops. You will discover specialty gift, clothing and antique shops, as well as art galleries and a variety of home furnishings, decorating, business services, food, drink, entertainment, and overnight accommodations to suit your needs. Historic Downtown Yankton offers 16– Yankton, South Dakota small town charm, unique architecture and area attractions and events all year-round. Located along the Missouri River - featuring the Meridian Walking Bridge - just blocks away from historic neighborhoods, sites, museums and community parks. Fantle Memorial Park Free Municipal Outdoor Pool, Park and Disc Golf Course (21st Street and Douglas Avenue) (605) 668-5234 www.cityofyankton.org The Fantle Memorial Park Municipal Pool is open in the months of June, July and August, weather permitting. The pool has heated water and is maintained at approximately 80 F. The pool is a 50 meter Olympic sized pool. It has four diving boards; two one-meter boards and two three-meter boards. There is also an adult-child wading pool which is separate from the main pool and is open the same hours as the main pool but with no admission charge. The park offers play structures, swings, lighted pedestrian trails, sand volleyball courts and an 18-hole disc golf course. 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 Free 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 fully-equipped kitchen and large classroom in the basement. Historically, the Grand