I was born in Montana and lived in a beautiful place where so many things were lush and green, that they nicknamed it “the Emerald City.” The colors there were brighter, the people shorter, the snow on the poppies - whiter. But everything wasn’t easy growing up. You never knew when some evil witch would wiz by and try to steal the ruby slippers right off your feet. Flying monkeys could drop-in when you least expected them, barging in when you were showering or re-stuffing your scarecrow! My first job was singing with ‘Lollipop Guild.' I grew tired of lederhosen pretty quickly and moved on to theatre, which is where Ben found me working as one of the foul-mouthed talking puppets in “Avenue Q”. He promised me baked goods, and my own Vespa scooter if I’d come to work with him. That was 26 years ago & still no scooter!
Siouxland Libraries End of Summer City-Wide Scavenger Hunt
Wrap up the summer with a really fun, outdoor, scavenger hunt, your whole family will love!
Sioux Falls Helpline Center Pairing People with Projects
From back-to-school to butterflies, helping Special Olympics, or helping hungry neighbors, there's a volunteer need you could be filling right now.
Ronald McDonald “Ride for the House” Event Coming Soon
You can win an awesome new bike, gift cards, and more just by riding your bike for Ronald McDonald Houses and the families they care for.
Familyfest 2020 Fun Cruise This Weekend
Activities and treats, as well as information and community resources, can be found on this fun cruise!
Every State But South Dakota Extends Unemployment Benefits
Why is this the case? People infinitely smarter than me must have an answer. Right?
Helpline Center’s Continuing Need for Food Giveaway Volunteers
There are hundreds of ways you can change your own life as you change the lives of others.
Downtown Eastbank Block Parties Return
Yes, some things have changed with downtown block parties, but not the really fun parts!
Midco Aquatic Center Plans to Reopen Soon
How and when hasn't been announced, so we'll have to stay tuned.
Sioux Falls City Council Passes New COVID-19 Ordinance
First, it was "no lingering", now, it's "no mingling". What exactly does that mean?
Sioux Falls Closes Most City Offices to Public, Police Response Limited
More city buildings close to the public and the police department institutes new policies.