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Ding Darling Exhibit Opens at Public Museum

Explore the extraordinary life and career of a famous Sioux Cityan whose reach extended to journalism, politics and conservation. The national traveling exhibit, The Hidden Works of Jay N. "Ding" Darling, is on display at the Sioux City Public Museum through August 13.

Downtown LIVE! Concert Series Announced

2017 marks the 12th season of Fridays on the Promenade, a live outdoor concert series featuring first class live music at little cost in Downtown Sioux City. There are greenspace enhancements being completed this summer at the Promenade location, so we have decided to shake things up a bit for the 2017 season. Starting June 1, the event will be promoted as "Downtown LIVE!" brought to you by Fridays on the Promenade. It will be relocated to 4th and Nebraska Street on the Sioux City Public Museum lawn.

Spring/Summer City Progress

The 2017 Spring/Summer City Progress newsletter is now available! Grab your copy at City Hall or other city venues and learn about all the great things happening in Sioux City!

Litter Dash Success

The City of Sioux City would like to thank all businesses and residents that volunteered for our first annual Litter Dash community litter cleanup. The event was a big success! Nearly 1,000 volunteers picked up 175 bags of litter from City streets and parks. Unusual items found were a bike and a parking meter in Perry Creek. Event photos can be found at

Litter Dash 2018 is scheduled for Friday, April 20, 2018.

Sioux City Farmers Market Opens May 3

The Sioux City Farmers Market will be open from Wednesday, May 3, 2017 through October 28, 2017 every Wednesday and Saturday from 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. In partnership with the Tyson Events Center and the City of Sioux City, the Market will again be located at the corner of Pearl Street and Tri View Avenue on the Tyson Center parking lot.

The Sioux City Farmers Market supports nearly 50 local entrepreneurs who are farmers, producers, bakers, artists and more, representing 14 counties across the tri-state area who find success while connecting their sustainable farms and products to Sioux City’s urban community.


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