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.
Christmas at Morningside, The Northwestern College Vespers, A Briar Cliff Christmas and the USD Symphony's presentation of the Nutcracker Suite are all happening this weekend. Jack Klatt brings roots rock to Vangarde and a bunch of local bands pretend to be other bands at the Marquee.
If you're hungry, you might try the Art Center, ARTilicious is tonight. Also there are a so many Fall Fest events we could only list a select few, and the Sanford Museum hosts a lecture on US/China/Iowa trade.
The Sioux City International Film Festival and the 16th Annual Kingdom of Riverssance are both happening this weekend in and around your usual assortment of theater, art and live music. Plus Brioux City hosts the 2nd annual Briouxfest.
We've got two county fairs, blues at Vangarde Arts, Samantha Fish does a show at Preservation Plaza. Also at the Lakes, legendary comedy troupe, The Second City plays Pearson Lakes Arts Center, and Okoboji Summer Theatre heads into the home stretch. Back in Sioux City it's African Night at 1st United Methodist Church.
Kris Lager Band is always a big draw and they are in South Sioux City for Cardinal Festival Days, also Jon Wayne brings his band, The Pain to the Downtown Live Stage to kick off a summer of Friday night show by the Sioux City Public Museum. You screaming for ice cream? Le Mars has you covered, it's Ice Cream Days, you know. Plus there's loads of theater going on and the Hard Rock teams up with the Sioux City Conservatory of Music.
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.