The Kee Live Music Festival gets underway Friday in Cherokee, the University of Okoboji Winter Games cranks up Thursday, and there are two new exhibits at the Clay County Heritage Center. In the metro area, MLK Day is Monday and the NAACP is putting on a big event at The First Congregational Church. Find out more on our first Cultural Continuum of the year.
This week on "Food for Thought" Gretchen Gondek joins Siouxland Public Media's Sheila Brummer. Gondek shares details on an event she’s hosting at the Betty Strong Encounter Center Sunday, January 12th at 2 p.m. Gondek talks about the Victorian era in America and shares recipes and mourning rituals. An odd combination, but an interesting one! For more on the event click here.
The New Art SUX Gallery opens up, SPM and LAMB Arts Regional Theater combine forces to bring A Christmas Carol to you, the SCSO swings into Christmas and Vangarde Arts is hopping with bluegrass and comedy.