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Saturday Boredom Busters

October 6, 2012, 12:02 AM by Perry Groten

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

     The Festival of Bands Parade marches through downtown Sioux Falls starting at 8:45 am.
     The parade route goes down Main Avenue from 14th to 6th Street.
     The field competition begins at 10:45 am at Howard Wood Field.
     Admission is $8 for adults, $5 for students, free for kids under five.

     Eleven newly-remodeled homes in the Sioux Falls area are featured in this weekend's Showcase of Remodeled Homes.
     You can check out the homes from noon to 5 pm today and Sunday.
     Admission is $5 to see all of the homes.
     It's free for kids 2 and under.
    The proceeds will benefit the Sioux Empire Home Builders Care Foundation.

     The North Central Chapter of the National Cartoonists Society is hosting a Cartoon Conference in Sioux Falls.
     Meet Hagar the Horrible's Chris Browne and Mad Magazine's Tom Richmond and other nationally-known cartoonists from 11 am to 12:30 pm at Zandbroz Variety in downtown Sioux Falls.
     That's followed by cartoon education programs and animation at the downtown library at 2 pm.    
     Both events are free.

     A Benefit Poker Run will help cover medical expenses for Levi Sandal, who was severely injured in a March motorcycle accident.
     Registration starts at 11 am at Red Rock Bar & Grill, located 7 miles east of Sioux Falls on Highway 42.
     It costs $10 per bike or car.
     The ride starts at 12:30 pm and includes stops in Worthing and Lennox before finishing at Red Rock at  6:30 pm for drawings and an auction.   

     Moving Day is a fundraising walk to create awareness about Parkinson's disease.
     It starts at 9 am at the Western Mall Shopping Center.
     The event also features a movement stage that offers a variety of activities including Tai Chi, yoga, dancing and stretching.

     Make sure you're in good health before you go on the hunt this fall.
     The first 100 men in line at Scheel's Sports will receive a free health screening from 9 am to noon.
     Take your place in line at the north side of the store at 41st and Western.    

     Help Kiano, the Great Plains Zoo's Eastern Black Rhino calf, celebrate his second birthday.
     The party starts at 1:30 pm and includes a zookeeper chat, plus treats for the party-goers and cake for Kiano.
     The Great Plains Zoo is open from 10 am to 5 pm.

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