This is the last weekend to check out the National Music Museum for awhile, college theater at Morningside and Wayne, there's a smattering of hikes and an Elvis (Costello) collaborator, which is way different than an Elvis impersonator.
We get to the second and third acts of the Sioux City International Film Festival, Five Free Bands at the festival formerly known as WITStock, Mexico's 4th of July (on September 16th) and all that doesn't even get us through the weekend!
Dwayne Dopsie and the Zydeco Hellraisers wrap up this summer's Downtown Live Concert Series. Singer Songwriter Paul Sprawl performs at the South Sioux City Library and you can ID bugs like a boss after taking a class at the Dickenson County Nature Center.
Devon Cadwell's Favorite Food gets to preview tonight's performance of Nashville based singer songwriter Kira Hooks. Hooks plays a couple of her songs and talks about her favorite food (of course) and about growing up on four different continents.
The Box at LAMB presents Aura, Akron Community Theater does Oliver, the Northwest Iowa Symphony Youth Orchestra performs their spring concert and it's time to play ball at the Sanford Museum in Cherokee.
It's spring and there is no lack of activities. Dr. Frank O'Neil talks about what happens when your brain gets tired, there is an award winning pianist performing at the Sioux City Art Center for Siouxland Federated Music Club, Stone State Park has its first walk of spring and it's Less Talk-More Bach at the National Music Museum.
Lots of theater as SCCT and LAMB are both opening shows and Shot in the Dark closes one. USD Chamber Singers perform in Sioux City. The Rough and Tumble (folk) Rock the South Sioux City Public Library. And Six Appeal brings a rock and roll mentality to perform their a capella comedy at the Pearson Lakes Art Center.