Summer is over and we are closed.
The Vore Buffalo Jump Foundation Board
invites you to celebrate the return of the Vore projectile point collection
October 7, 2017
11 am: Annual meeting at the Buffalo Jump Saloon, Beulah, WY
12 pm: Luncheon and talks by Gene Gade and Charles Reher at the Buffalo Jump Saloon.
1:30 pm: Tours and viewing of the Vore projectile points at the Vore Site.
For the past 45 years, the projectile points excavated from the Vore Site sinkhole have been studied at the University of Wyoming. This year, the collection was returned to the VBJF Board. A new display has been created to showcase some of the approximately 200 points in the collection. The VBJF Board would like to invite our membership to view this new display and the entire collection at this special event. If you are unable to attend, watch our website for photographs and information.
Tickets $20 per person
Tickets must be purchased by September 26. For tickets or more information, contact Glen Wyatt
(307 283-3581), Ted Vore (605 641-1943), Suzanne Boykin (605 892-7742), Mitch Mahoney (307467-5292), or Jackie Wyatt (307 281-0011) or send a check with the form that can be downloaded by clicking here.
Please also consider renewing your annual membership in the VBJF at this time.
Our Mission Statement
The VBJ Foundation will bring to fruition the scientific, educational and cultural potentials of the Vore Buffalo Jump and present them as a significant part of our human heritage.
Much yet to learn…and a great place to learn it.
About the Jump
1The Vore Buffalo Jump is open to the public June 1st – Labor Day, 8 am to 6 pm. Entrance fee is $7 per person with a $20 maximum per family. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the increasingly famous Vore Site as well as the larger picture of the cultures that Plains Indians built around the buffalo.
2The Site is approximately half way between Sundance, Wyoming and Spearfish, South Dakota in the Redwater Creek Valley between the Bear Lodge Mountains on the north and west and the Black Hills proper to the south and west.
3The Vore Buffalo Jump is open to the public during the summer months. Visitors have the opportunity to learn about the increasingly famous Vore Site as well as the larger picture of the cultures that Plains Indians built around the buffalo.
4The Vore Buffalo Jump Foundation Research, Education, and Cultural Center project needs your help. We are a non-profit foundation that counts on donations to meet the financial requirements of the Vore Buffalo Jump. Please consider making a donation to the Foundation.