As with the Keya Cafe, all purchases made in our Keya Gift Shop benefit our youth programming and Family Services. It’s also a critical component of our Social Enterprises Internship, a vibrant business in which our teens can learn the job and life skills they’ll need to work in the business world outside our walls.
Those who seek memorable gifts that support a worthy cause will find a wide variety of homemade food items, each created with produce from our Winyan Toka Win Garden. Canned goods include sliced dill pickles, canned tomatoes, pickled green tomatoes, apple chutney, mild and spicy salsa, dill pickle spears, zucchini jelly, strawberry rhubarb jelly, cranberry jalapeño jelly, jalapeño jelly, spicy jalapeño jelly, pickled jalapeño peppers, pickled radishes, bread-and-butter jalapeño peppers, onion relish, sweet pepper jelly, strawberry jam, tomato jam, zucchini pasta sauce and spicy white pickles. Making use of traditional Lakota foods, the gift shop also features wild plum jelly, wild plum syrup, wild grape jelly, chokecherry jelly, chokecherry syrup, dried turnips and dried turnip braids. Other dried goods include dried corn and chili peppers.
In addition, the youth project sells CRYP T-shirts and sweatshirts, as well as shirts screen-printed on site; Cokata Wiconi History Wall posters; jewelry from local artists, as well as from BLine Jewelry’s Barbara Finkelstein, a CRYP supporter who donates the items to the gift shop; prints of “Four Horsemen of the Lakota,” a painting by renowned artist and Rosebud Sioux tribal member Lynn Burnette Sr. (the prints are available in three sizes); and RedCan T-shirts, coffee mugs and both whole-bean and ground coffee (inspired by our annual invitational graffiti jam).
To obtain a price list and place an order, call (605) 964-8200 today.
We are preparing to launch an online store in the coming weeks! Check back soon.
EXPLORE SOCIAL ENTERPRISES
Because it is a social enterprise, the Keya Cafe is different than any other dining venue on the Cheyenne River reservation. When customers order meals, baked goods, coffee drinks and smoothies at the cafe, they’re directly supporting CRYP’s culturally appropriate, innovative, enduring programming that has effectively served Cheyenne River’s youth and their families for two generations. At its heart, it’s a dining experience that allows customers to play an active role in lifting up the Cheyenne River community. Learn more about the Keya Cafe.
Keya Gift Shop
As with the Keya Cafe, all purchases made in our Keya Gift Shop benefit our youth programming and Family Services. It’s also a critical component of our Social Enterprises Internship, a vibrant business in which our teens can learn the job and life skills they’ll need to work in the business world outside our walls. Learn more about the Keya Gift Shop.
Leading Lady Farmers Market
Our Leading Lady Farmers Market was formally established in July 2013. After nearly 10 years of hosting a small weekly farmers market to sell fresh produce and canned goods from the Winyan Toka Win Garden, CRYP sought to expand the market with a dedicated vision to developing sustainable, sovereign food systems and community-based entrepreneurship. We were able to achieve that in 2014, and in the years since, the market has continued to grow. Learn more about the Leading Lady Farmer’s Market.