Sioux City Community Theatre opens a show, there's a couple of Celtic music groups to get you ready for St. Patrick's Day, the SCSO is bringing in a dance troupe from NYC and and why have a Fat Tuesday when you can have a Fat Saturday with a Mardi Gras Party at Vangarde Arts?
The South Dakota Chorale, fresh off a several Grammy nominations for thier recent Tyberg album, perform the Rachmaninoff Vespers at the Cathedral. Vangarde Arts has several shows, Sioux City Community Theatre opens the new year with a farce and The Sioux County Oratorio Chorus is looking for singers for The Messiah.
Both the Sioux City Symphony and the Cherokee Symphony are performing this weekend. Plus Sioux City Community Theatre hosts a variety show in honor of Black History Month and LAMB Arts Regional Theater performs off-site and backwards.
Some theater in Vermillion and South Sioux, a big weekend for the NAACP and a chance to get outside and count some birds at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center. For history nuts, The American Revolution is the focus of a lecture at the Betty Strong Encounter Center, while the Sioux City Public Museum takes a gander at more local history at the next History at High Noon.