Get ready for beautiful art, live entertainment, children's activities and delicious food at the 26th Annual Sioux City Art Center's ArtSplash festival! The Labor Day tradition will bring plenty of family fun in Riverside Park, featuring exhibiting artists from across the country along with family-friendly entertainment and hands-on art activities.
Saturday, August 31: 10:00am-6:00pm
Sunday, September 1: 10:00am-5:00pm
$5 wristband for 2 days, 11 years and under FREE

NAIA HONORS
S ioux City received two host excellence awards from the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) this week.
  • Best Championship Host - Women's DII Basketball National Championship
  • Best Champions of Character Event - Women's Volleyball Special Olympics Clinic
The awards honor those that have gone above and beyond in the execution of a championship event for the 2018-19 school year.
PARKING STALL TAKEOVER
Park(ing) Day is set for Friday, September 20 in downtown Sioux City!

The global event focuses on turning parking stalls into meaningful spaces for citizen interaction, demonstrating that asphalt can be reduced with little to no impact. Parking stalls can be re-utilized to support active lifestyles, cultural expression, and environmental activism.

The free event runs from 10:00am-2:00pm.


ART FEST DOWNTOWN
The 1st Annual Alley Art Festival is Saturday, September 21 and will fill the alleys between 4th and 5th Streets and Nebraska and Pierce Streets. Watch area artists paint murals on the alley walls, grab a bite to eat from downtown food vendors, and enjoy roaming musicians and a main stage featuring Studebaker John & the Hawks - all for just $5!
AN EXCITING SEASON
Give the gift of Broadway experiences all year long!
  • Bandstand
  • A Magical Cirque Christmas
  • Jersey Boys
  • Blue Man Group
  • An American in Paris
  • Beautiful: the Carole King Story
Season subscriptions are on sale now!
NEW ALERT PROGRAM
Sioux City Police and Fire and Rescue have partnered to bring the new Special Response Static Sticker Program to the community. Four styles of stickers are available that represent individuals with Autism or Special Needs, are Diabetic, Deaf, or have Alzheimer’s or Dementia. 

The free stickers can be placed in the rear windshield of a vehicle or front window of a home to let first responders know there could be someone inside who might not respond to verbal commands or may use alternative methods of communication.
Stickers are available at Police/Fire Headquarters and area providers.
ROLLING REMINDER
The Environmental Services Department and Sioux City Environmental Advisory Board (EAB) unveiled a new Sioux City Transit bus wrap this month featuring graphics reminding citizens to recycle.

Need a recycle bin? Call Gill Hauling at 279-0151 today!