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Fall Fest Brings Family Fun

Post Date:09/07/2018 12:20 PM

More than twenty venues around Sioux City will host events celebrating fall on Friday, October 12 and Saturday, October 13, 2018. The family friendly activities are part of Fall Fest 2018, two days of fun designed for residents and visitors to enjoy the fall season, spend time with friends and family, and showcase Sioux City attractions.

Many fall-themed events are planned, including pumpkin painting, mask making, haunted houses, campfire building, games, scavenger hunts, fall food samples, costume contests and a trunk-or-treat event. Additional activities include ice skating, a drive-in movie, scavenger hunt, football, food trucks, rock climbing, children’s craft activities, an architectural walking tour, live music, and much more.

“We are excited to offer a wide variety of activities that will entertain all ages,” said Fall Fest Coordinator, Anne Westra. “Now in its seventh year, Fall Fest offers families plenty of fun in Sioux City."

Organizations involved in Fall Fest 2018: Betty Strong Encounter Center, Briar Cliff University, Center for Siouxland, Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, Girls Inc., ibp Ice Center, Knoepfler Chevrolet, Lakeport Commons, LaunchPAD Children’s Museum, Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, Long Lines Family Recreation Center Climbing Wall, Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation Museum, Morningside College, Nightmare on 4th Street & The Fear Factory, Palmer’s Old Tyme Candy Shoppe, Scarecrow Farm, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City Farmers Market, Sioux City Public Library, Sioux City Public Museum, Sioux City Railroad Museum and Telco Triad Community Credit Union.

For a complete list of participating organizations, event details and contact information, click here.

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