Sgt. Pepper, Garden Show, and great hockey await you THIS WEEKEND! (3/17/17)

  • Posted: Mar 15, 2017

March 15th-20th, 2017
Happy Spring from Downtown Sioux City!

Yoga, Small Business, Sgt. Pepper and more await this weekend! Don’t forget to check out the MANY St. Patrick’s Day celebrations including several specials on Historic 4th St! See you there!

Watch for our list of 2017 VIP Discounts coming soon! 

Check out these and more events here!

Have an event you’d like added?  Submit them here!

Small Business Expo
Sioux City Public Museum – 607 4th St. – Thursday, March 16th, 2017- 4:30pmThe Siouxland Chamber Ambassadors invite you to learn about Siouxland’s outstanding small businesses at the 2017 Small Business EXPO held jointly with Rush Hour Connect.

Visit M. G. Nash Financial Solutions’ table for a chance to learn more about SAFE retirement strategies, 401k options for your business, ensuring financial stability AND a chance to win a Big Frig Denali 20 Cooler!

Are you Smarter than our 4th Graders?
Marina Inn – Friday, March 17th, 2017- 6:00pmThanks to our presenting sponsor, Wells Fargo Bank, you have a chance to watch local Sioux-lebrities, Jeana Goosmann of Goosmann Law Firm, Chad Martin of Tyson, Kristie VerMulm of United Real Estate Solutions, Irving Jensen of Seaboard Triumph Foods, Matt Breen of KTIV and Dr. Paul Gausman of the Sioux City Community School District compete against each other with the help of smart-cookie 4th graders from the Sioux City Community School District to find out ARE YOU SMARTER THAN OUR 4th GRADERS?
Rain: A Tribute to the Beatles
Orpheum Theatre – 528 Pierce St. – Thursday, March 16th, 2017- 7:30pm
Rain – A Tribute to The Beatles is a live multi-media spectacular that takes you on a musical journey through the life and times of the world’s most celebrated band. Featuring new songs & high definition imagery, this expanded RAIN adds even more hits that you know and love from the vast anthology of Beatles classics such as “I Want To Hold Your Hand,” “Hard Day’s Night,” “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band,” “Let It Be,” “Come Together” and “Hey Jude.” This stunning concert event takes you back in time with the legendary foursome delivering a note-for-note theatrical event that is the next best thing to the Beatles. Don’t miss the Broadway smash that’s taking the world by storm… Rain – A Tribute to The Beatles.
9th Annual Sioux City St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Historic 4th St. – Friday,  March 17th, 2017- 6:30pm

It’s that time of year again!!! Come celebrate St Patrick’s Day with a parade downtown Sioux City on March 17th at 6:30pm. Wanna be a part of it? Go to www.siouxcitystpats.com for all info. Thanks!

St. Pattys Day Weekend Partay!
21st Amendment Bar and Kitchen- 1008 4th St. March 16-18, 2017- Various Times

Get ready to celebrate St. Pattys Day the 21st Amendment way. For 3 nights we are bringing you the best drink specials and entertainment in town. Giveaways and prizes all weekend long! Dont forget to wear green or you’ll get pinched!

St. Patrick’s Day Party
SOHO Kitchen and Bar- 1024 4th St. – March 17th, 2017- 9:00pm

We’re closing down the kitchen at 9PM and shitching over to music, dancing and drnking…Let’s have some FUN!!

Sioux City Musketeers vs. Team USA
Tyson Event Center- 401 Gordon Drive- Friday, March 17th, 2017- 7:05pm

St. Patrick’s Day Green Out — #MusketeerNation we want you to help up us avoid being pinched!

Let’s make it a full GREEN OUT! #LetsDoThis All fans are requested to wear their show their pride by wearing green. Come early and enjoy the best drink special in town. $2 Green Beer & Soda.

For information or group outing ticket pricing call (712) 252-2116 or visit the Tyson Events Center Box Office to purchase your game tickets today!

Lap Dog Races for the Siouxland Humane Society
Tyson Event Center- 401 Gordon Drive- Friday, March 17th, 2017- 7:05pm- FIRST INTERMISSION

Join us for The Annual Lap Dog Races taking place on March 18th during the first intermission of the Musketeers Hockey game. Great fun, great hockey and great entertainment! Come out and support the Siouxland Humane Society and the Sioux City Musketeers! Participants may enter their dog in a race from the goal line to the blue line on the ice surface. Register at either the Musketeers office or the Siouxland Humane Society by March 16th. The registration fee is only $15.00 with all proceeds benefiting the Shelter. Registration includes a gift bag full of toys and treats for your dog and a t-shirt! Grand prizes awarded for first three places. For more information call the Shelter at (712) 252-2614, ext. 16 or email us at melissa@siouxlandhumanesociety.org.

Don’t have a Lap Dog to race and want to give back somehow? Purchase Flex tickets for $14 with $6 going back to the Siouxland Humane Society. We hope to see you there!

I PREVAIL with Assuming We Survive
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – 111 3rd St. – Friday, March 17th, 2017- 8:00pm

Certain moments in life change everything. The trajectory splinters, and there’s no turning back. I Prevail—Brian Burkheiser [clean vocals], Eric Vanlerberghe [harsh vocals], Steve Menoian [guitar], and Lee Runestad [drums]—explore this phenomenon within the title of their full-length debut, Lifelines [Fearless Records].

Be Yoga- 200hr Yoga Study and Teacher Training Q&A
Be Yoga Studio -1101 4th St. – Friday, March 17th, 2017- 7:30pm

Join Jackie Paulson, owner of {be}Studio and the lead guide for our deep dive into the study of yoga, for an informational session to discuss the intention behind our 200hr Yoga Study and Teacher Training program. We will discuss our process for teaching and learning along with a discussion of dates and times.
Bring your questions and curiosity. Not interested in being a teacher but want to learn more about Yoga – JOIN US – and see just how personally transformational this process can be.

We will be inviting some of our current students to the session as well for them to share what the experience has been like so far and give you a real time look into our journey.

Join in on the class at 9 PM on us as a thank you!
FREE

be rooted- Planting the Seed of Intention
Be Yoga Studio -1101 4th St. – Saturday, March 18th, 2017- 1:00pm

Be moved, be loved, be kind, be active, be wise…
We all crave to be more than we are. It’s our human condition- we strive, we see goals, we fail, we achieve.
But when we set goals, we attach ourselves to arriving at the outcome rather than the journey there. We focus on how our life could look rather than how it feel. This workshop is designed to let you dig deep, listen, hear the heart, plant the seeds of intention, and let them flourish and grow in the process.**Included, and not limited to: planting flowers, tea, vision boards, sunshine, meditation, exploration, heart opening, nidra, and creative expression.

Saturday, March 18, 1:00 – 4:00.

Kundalini Yoga- Unleashing the Joy
Be Yoga Studio -1101 4th St. – Sunday, March 19th, 2017- 4:00pm

Kundalini Yoga is is called the Yoga of Awareness. It is a dynamic, powerful tool that is designed to awaken the entire system. In Kundalini Yoga we harness the mental, physical, and nervous energies of the body and put them under the domain of the intention.This practice precisely and consciously combines breath, mudra, eye-focus, mantra, body locks, and postures to balance the glandular system, strengthen the nervous system, expand lung capacity, and purifiy the blood. It brings balance to the body, mind, and soul. This is a classical kundalini style class and different from vinyasa flow. Also a great class to try for any yogi – new or not! Investment: $15

Sunday Brunch
McCarthy and Bailey’s Irish Pub- 423 Pearl St. – Sunday, March 19th, 2017- 9:00am-2:00pm

Check out weekly menu items from McCarthy and Bailey’s Irish Pub! Enjoy breakfast items, a Bloody Mary bar and speciality items every weekend!

I29 Construction Update
City of Sioux City- Various Updates as they become current

Check the link above for the most current updates

Nebraska Street
The Nebraska Street off ramp (Exit 147 B) is scheduled to be closed permanently on Tuesday, March 21stThis will allow the contractor to work on the storm sewer and the roadway embankment where the existing ramp is located, along with continuing work on the bridges at Virginia Street. The closure is permanent and the new exit ramp will open later this summer, with a goal of July 4th.

While the Nebraska Street exit is closed, there will be a detour. Traffic will exit at Exit # 148 (Floyd Boulevard) and go to Dace and then over to Virginia and up to Gordon Drive.

Once the new Nebraska Exit ramp is open, after July 4th, the northbound exit to Wesley Way will be closed and the contractor will begin working on I-29 Northbound near Wesley Way.

Road to Vegas 2- Battle of the Bands
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – 111 3rd St. – Thursday, March 16th, 2017-8:00pmLIL RED & THE MEDICATED MOOSE

LIL RED MET MEDICATED MOOSE…THE BAND BEGAN…

CANADIAN STRANGER

Founded in the frigid spring of 1992, Manitoba based “Canadian Stranger” was the brain child of singer/songwriter duo Owen LaCroix and Roy Tremblay. For 3 years LaCroix & Tremblay traversed the Canadian countryside as “The Denim Dans.” From Toronto to Saskatoon, Winnipeg to Calgary, the duo brought the gift of song and Canadian Dry to anyone who would listen.

MAT D AND THE PROFANE SAINTS

“It’s a crying shame that the world at large isn’t familiar with these guys yet. It’s time for that to change. Country, Americana, Southern rock, call it what you want to call it. I’ll just call it badass.” Fred Phillips somethingelsereviews.com

Heralded as the “Hemingway of the Highway”, singer-songwriter Mathew deRiso has performed with band mates Kurt Mullins and Jeff Deignan as Mat D and the Profane Saints since 2006.  The band has made a name for itself performing all original material ranging from Blues, Hard Rock and Country that critics have hailed as “A Young Steve Earle with a more powerful set of Pipes” with a unique sound likened to Hard Luck Americana.

 

Acro Jam- 4 Week Series
Evolve Yoga and Wellness Center – 411 Pearl St. – Friday, March 17, 2017- 5:30pmAcroYoga is a form of partner yoga where one half functions as the base, the other half functions as the flyer. But the work is in functioning as one unit! So come explore your acro practice with us! Even if you haven’t started one yet. In this series Allie and Emily will help you find some basic Acroyoga poses and sequences.

To begin each class, they will guide you through a mini yoga flow, partner warm-ups/stretches, and then work through your pose or sequence, the focus of the class! *You are welcome to drop in mid-series but we recommend taking all 4 classes in the series, as each class will be a build on the previous one.

Join Allie Geddes and Emily Larson for this 4 week series beginning March 17.

Investment
$80 for 4 weeks (individual)
$140 for 4 weeks (couple)
$25 drop in

Class Times
Friday, March 17 530p – 7p
Saturday, March 25 3p – 430p
Friday, March 31 530p – 7p
Friday, April 7 530p – 7p

Spring Fling Workshop
Sioux City Art Center -225 Nebraska St. – Saturday, March 18th, 2017- 10:30am
Join us for the Sioux City Art Center’s
Free Spring Fling Workshop

Saturday March 18th
10:30-11:15 & 11:30-12:15

Register for the following projects by calling
Visitor Services at 712-279-6272

Mosaic Flower Pots
Birdhouse Painting
Spring Floral Wreath
Painting Clay Birds

*Maximum of 10 people per workshop
*Space is limited so register early
*Register for up to 2 workshops per person
*Expect to work approximately 45 minutes per project
*People who do not pre-register may participate only if space is available
*Children age 6 and younger must be accompanied by an adult
*Be on time as late arrivals may lose their reserved space

Annual Spring Collections Craft Fair
Sioux City Convention Center – 801 4th St. – March 18th-19th, 2017- 10:00am

The Annual Spring Collections Craft Fair returns to the Sioux City Convention Center Saturday, March 18 and Sunday, March 19.

Over 100 exhibitors will be on display selling crafts and offering Spring decor ideas for the yard and home.

$5 Admission for the entire weekend – children 10 and under are FREE, parking is FREE and there are DOOR PRIZES EVERY HOUR!

We are now taking applications for the Spring Craft fair March 18-19. Only hand crafters need apply please. Contact 712-224-6475 or email craftfair@sioux-city.org

Craft Fair Hours: Saturday 9am – 5pm, Sunday 10am – 4pm.

The BLUES Night
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino – 111 3rd St. – Saturday, March 18th, 2017- 8:00pmERIC GALES

As both an African-American left-handed guitarist of extraordinary ability and an expressive vocalist, it is natural for people to compare Eric to Hendrix but Eric has developed a unique hybrid blues/rock sound that also draws upon influences as diverse as Albert King and Eric Johnson. With a unique blend of rock, funk and blues styles, Eric Gales stands head and shoulders among other guitarists in his genre and is out to blow your mind and expand your musical horizons!

 ANTHONY GOMES
The Toronto singer/songwriter/guitarist, has been creating virtuosic, burning blues since his recorded debut in 1998. 12 releases and numerous awards and ecstatic accolades later, Gomes shows no signs of slowing down with his latest musical offering being his most successful to date.  The aptly-named riff-laden Electric Field Holler crackles with bare wire passion and has received highly acclaimed recognition; reaching #1 on Roots Music Report’s Blues Rock Chart, hitting #1 on ReverbNation’s Global Blues Chart and earning several nominations for Blues Rock Album of the Year.

JEREMIAH JOHNSON BAND

Born and raised in St. Louis, Jeremiah Johnson is the voice of Mississippi River blues blending with the struggles of everyday life. He began learning guitar at age 6, drawing inspiration from his rich St. Louis blues heritage and legendary guitarists, like Alvin Lee, Eric Clapton and Hank Williams Sr. and Jr. With these influences, Johnson began building his musical foundation.

Must be 21 or older to attend.

Show and Tell: Wildflower Gardening
Sioux City Public Library- 529 Pierce St. – Sunday, March 19th, 2017- 2:00pm

Loess Hills Wild Ones will host a program at 2 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, 2017, in the Gleeson Room at the Sioux City Public Library. Attendees are encouraged to share photos of their efforts using native wildflowers in gardening, and to talk with others about their experiences. Email photos in advance to bennaid@hotmail.com or arrive early with the photos on a USB drive so they can be projected for all to see. You may also bring along a favorite natural gardening book if you would like to share a page or idea. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn more about the carefully selected native plants that can be ordered through the Loess Hills Wild Ones.

If time allows, we will also view a video clip featuring Doug Tallamy, the esteemed entomologist and author of Bringing Nature Home, who has spoken at many Wild Ones and native garden events. He eloquently states the importance of using native plants in the home landscape.

Wild Ones is a national organization that promotes environmentally sound landscaping practices to preserve biodiversity through the preservation, restoration, and establishment of native plant communities. Wild Ones is a not-for-profit environmental education and advocacy organization. The public is invited.

SAVE THE DATE:
Wine Bar at Hard Rock Hotel and Casino
Main + Abbey- 111 3rd St. – Thursday, March 23rd, 2017
This spring, we’re raising the bar. Introducing: The Wine Bar at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City 🍷

COMMENT with your wine of choice, then SHARE on our Facebook page, for a chance for you and 1 guest to join us for an exclusive Wine Bar menu tasting event at Main + Abbey on March 23rd.

SAVE THE DATE:
Sioux City Litter Dash- REGISTER YOUR TEAM NOW!
Downtown Sioux City- Friday, April 21, 2017
The City of Sioux City invites you to coordinate a team for the Sioux City Litter Dash, a litter cleanup, to help beautify our community and reduce the impact of litter on our environment. Working together with several city departments, your efforts will have a visible impact on our community. To participate in this event, your organization or business will designate a team captain (the person with whom we will communicate) and form a team of at least 10 people. Your team will join others at 12:00 p.m. on Friday, April 21, for a complimentary lunch and volunteer rally at the Long Lines Family Rec Center. The team will receive collection materials including gloves and bags for trash and recyclable items, and will then go to their assigned project location for the afternoon.