One Book One Siouxland has many events starting in April, also Small Wonders writer Jim Schaap does some live readings and book signings. Vangarde is very busy with the blues and NISO's spring concert features the "King of Instruments".
If downtown smells particularly good on your drive home, it's probably Artilicious at the Sioux City Art Center. Morningside College Piano Recital Series is back in action this weekend and there's a steady stream of things happening at the Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center.
The Sioux City International Film Festival gets underway Wednesday, but there are loads of things to do leading up to that. Live music, BBQ, hot rods, a planetarium show in Wayne and a chance to audition for the Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra.
The Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra's John Slegers tells us about tonight's concert, "Musical Universe," featuring Holst's The Planets, Mozart’s Jupiter symphony, Williams's music from Star Wars, other intergalactic favorites.
The Northwest Iowa Symphony Orhestra will round out their concert season this Saturday with a fun program called "Rhythm and Brass." FM90's Gretchen Gondek speaks with John Slegers, publicity chair for NISO, and Abigale Olson, a Dordt student and a violinist in the orchestra.