- 1.Livestock, Meetings & Events
Cattle Spooked By LifeLight Noise
One of the criticisms surrounding Sioux Falls’ new events center is that it's only for people who can afford tickets to expensive performances. But the soft opening of the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center will be free and open to the public.
Only 14 of 112 shooting slots remain for hunting and firearm enthusiasts to participate in the Brookings Health System Foundation’s fifth annual Aiming to Inspire Health sporting clays fundraiser.
If you bought tickets online, you likely used Ticketmaster.com. After recent litigation, a class-action lawsuit could net you free tickets or discounts.
The third annual It’s All About Science festival will be bigger than ever when it is held this week at the Sanford Center.
After nearly 10 years, a music legend is coming back to Sioux Falls.
South Dakota Biotech Association is offering a rare look inside the Graduate Education & Applied Research, or GEAR Center, as it prepares to open its first aseptic clean room this month.
A Canadian invasion hits Sioux Falls this week during the kickoff of RibFest.
McCrory Gardens is providing a new educational program, “Share the Passion – Iris” with Rae Jean Gee. The Iris program will be held on June 2, 2014 at McCrory Gardens, starting at 6:30 p.m.
Downtown Block Parties on the Eastbank will expand to four events this year and take place the First Friday of June, August and the second Friday of July from 6:00 p.m. - 10:30 p.m.
An American astronaut, who has been to space and back many times, also has a number of personal experiences that keep him grounded.
EmBe has honored ten women out of 50 nominees for their leadership and contributions to the community.
The first ticket sale to an event at the new Denny Sanford PREMIER Center proved to be a boon at the box office Friday
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