Free & Cheap, Vol. 17-1
Posted on January 6th, 2017

Community Events 1/6-1/14

Downtown Sioux Falls First Friday (1/6)

​First Friday is a special day of shopping, art and entertainment downtown! Visit a variety of retailers, artist venues, and museums, plus taste and rate burgers at seven different restaurants and win prizes! For more information, visit the DTSF event page.

Movie Night at the Museum: The Secret Life of Pets (1/6, 6:30 PM)

​The Siouxland Heritage Museums and Downtown Sioux Falls are teaming up again to bring free family movies to the Old Courthouse Museum. Bring a pillow or blanket and get comfortable on the floor of the historic courtroom. Doors open at 6, movie begins at 6:30 p.m. Pop and popcorn will be available to purchase. Some chair seating is available. For more information, call (605) 367-4210.

Page to Screen: Science of Superheroes (1/10, 4:15 PM)

​Discover the books behind popular movies and television and the real-life science behind some of the most popular superheroes! This Prairie West Library program is open to grades 4-8. For more information, ​contact Brian Borden at (605) 978-6899.

2017 RASDAK Route Announcement Party (1/12, 5:00 PM)

Join us at the Icon Event Hall for exciting announcements for bicycle enthusiasts. ​At 6pm hear from Sioux Falls bicycle events/clubs/rides what exciting events they have planned for 2017. At 6:30pm the RASDAK route will be announced. This route will take cyclists across the great state of South Dakota in June 2017. For more information, call ​Jodi Erickson at (605) 321-9533.

After the Dream (1/13-1/16)

A celebration weekend commemorating the life and dream of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. It begins on Friday with the showing of the documentary 13th at Augustana University.  First Baptist Church hosts an interfaith event on Sunday evening with music, speeches, and prayer vigil. On Monday morning, attend the “After The Dream” community workshop at the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship. For more details, visit the KDLT event page.

Let's Luau! (1/13, 7:30 PM)

​Join us at the El Riad on the best dance floor in the area. Music provided by the Bill Gibson Orchestra. Variety of danceable music. Tickets are sold at the door: $14 per person or $7 with a student I.D. A dance lesson on the Cha Cha is offered from 6:45-7:30; free with the price of admission. For more information, visit the Ballroom Dance Club of Sioux Falls website.

Super Second Saturday (1/14)

Find new exciting, educational and interactive experiences designed to enhance and expand your knowledge of the everyday to the extraordinary. Engage in hands-on and minds-on themed activities, demonstrations, and projects. Discover the joy of science, art and learning at the Washington Pavilion. Membership or daily admission fee required. For more information, visit the Pavilion's Super Saturday page.

​Native Voices Exhibit Reception (1/14, 2:00 pm)

​Join us at the Downtown Library for the Sioux Falls opening of the traveling exhibit "Native Voices: Native Peoples' Concepts of Health and Illness." This opening event will feature Native American artist Jerry Fogg speaking about his art, work, and life. Groups that work with the Native population in health care will also be present with information tables. For more information, call the library at (605) ​367-8720.

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