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Saturday Boredom Busters

October 27, 2012, 12:01 AM by Perry Groten

SIOUX FALLS, SD -

     Avera Medical Group McGreevy is conducting a Free Women's Health Screening from 9 am to noon at Scheels.
     The screening will include blood pressure, cholesterol, body mass index and blood sugar.
     Do not eat before the screening.
     The first 100 women screened will receive a $15 Scheels gift card.
     Everyone who takes part will be eligible to win a $250 Scheels gift card.
     Scheels is located at 41st and Western in Sioux Falls.

     Good News Church is hosting a Fall Festival fundraiser for Amber Booth with Youthfront Missions.
     The festival includes Trunk or Treat from 4:30-6:30 pm; Kids Karnival from 5-7 pm; Chili Cookoff from 4:30-6 pm; a Soup & Pie Supper from 4:30-7:30 pm and  an Antiques & Collectibles Appraise-All at 5 pm.
     You're asked to make a $5 donation for each items appraised.
     Good News Church is located at 26th & Valley View Road in Sioux Falls.    

     Celebrate Halloween at the Dead End Spook House in Tea, beginning at 6:30 pm.
     Your free will donation will benefit Austin Schoppert, who lost his arms and legs to bacterial meningitis.
     The Spook House is located at 600 West Charish in Tea.

     ZooBoo is a non-scary weekend of Halloween fun at the Great Plains Zoo.
     Hand-carved Jack-o-Lanterns light the way for kids who stroll through the zoo grounds picking up treats from 3:30 to 7 pm today and Sunday.
     Admission is $5 for zoo members, $6 for non-members.

     The Sioux Falls Zombie Walk is hosting Boo Falls Halloween Parade and Zombie Walk starting at 5 pm in downtown Sioux Falls.
     This year's parade is open to both zombies and non-zombies.
     The starting point is the parking lot at Mall Avenue and 10th Street.
     Parade entries and zombie walkers will win prizes following the parade.
     All proceeds from the parade will benefit the downtown State Theatre.

     Teenagers who want to take part in the parade and zombie walk can get help with their makeup at the Main Branch of Siouxland Libraries in downtown Sioux Falls.
     Zombie makeup artists will be on hand from 3:30-4:30 pm to help get teens "zombified.
     The library is also hosting a Literary Zombie Costume Contest for best zombie costumes based on characters from books.
     Zombies of all ages are invited to stop by the library before the parade or Zandbroz Variety during the parade to get their pictures taken.

     Trinity Lutheran Church in Tea is hosting its annual Turkey Supper and Country Store from 4:30-7 pm.
     Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for kids and free for ages 5 and under.
     Carry out is available.

     Kids can dress in their favorite Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat from trunk-to-trunk at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church.
     The free Trunk or Treat goes from 2-4 pm at the Early Childhood Center Parking lot, located at 57th and Southeastern in Sioux Falls.

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