5 different downtown businesses will be holding sales for this weekend’s Winter Crazy Days.“We usually see a majority of retailers and boutiques but we also see restaurants and breweries getting involved in crazy days just to get people through the doors as these businesses love getting involved in anything DTSF has to offer but especially Crazy days,
According to Forbes roughly one in seven Americans are participating in dry January cutting out all alcoholic beverages for the entire month. The number of adults participating in dry January has continued to grow over the last few years leading to many places such as Prairie Cocoa and Confections adding mocktails to their menu.
Many people struggle with their New Year’s resolution to exercise more so Circuit Fitness started a 10-week challenge to help turn people’s resolution into a habit.“Our 10-week fitness challenge is trying to make habits, not resolutions."
The Downtown Sioux Falls Burger Battle always makes for both a lively and friendly competition between local restaurants.“It’s definitely a friendly competition every conversation we have centered around our burger is sandwiched between hey have you tried this burger or this restaurants burger so it’s fun where everyone is sending business to everyone else so its a fun knit together community,”
Winter can be hard for many small businesses who use farmer’s markets to sell items to new customers so the Brandon farmers market decided it was time to bring things inside.“When our summer market ended we really missed everyone seeing them and winters get to belong around here so we wanted to have something they could forward to every month so that was how the idea started,
In his first television interview since the passing of his wife Jean in November, Senator Mike Rounds opens up about his struggle through the last several weeks, and what the future might hold for him, both politically and personally.
Whether you’re a professional mechanic or have never held a wrench in your life there is plenty you can do for the Chariots for Children Bike Build this Saturday making bikes for kids in need this holiday season.The bike build will kick off at 9:00 am Saturday and will go until all 120 bikes are built.
The town of Nora may not be the largest city in South Dakota but it does have one of its oldest stores.“The history of Nora goes back to 1907 that’s when this store was established and then it closed in 1962 then I moved into the back of the store in the spring of 1973 and I had this big open space and I started collecting pipe organ parts and pieces,” said Owner Mike Pedersen.
Performers along with many props and costumes will be skating through the weekend for Disney’s “Let’s Celebrate” show.“There are so many fun props even Donald Duck and Goofy come out right after the start of the show with a film camera because part of the story is them trying to find some magic to make a movie,” said Skater Benjamin Buczynsky.
The city of Brandon’s Roger Hunt Light Up the Town event is a competition where local businesses can compete to have the best-decorated storefront in town. The event started in 2018 in the hopes of bringing the community together during the holiday season.
Concussions can come with a variety of symptoms including; headaches, nausea, and trouble balancing.A baseline concussion test help doctors know how a person’s body acts under normal conditions both mentally and physically testing things like reaction time, dizziness, and balance.
Many local businesses are slashing prices this weekend with both black Friday and small business Saturday sales going on.Big box stores aren’t the only places lowering prices for holiday shoppers on Black Friday as many small businesses such as Rough-Cut Social are cutting prices too.
The annual Parade of Lights has become a family tradition, attracting thousands to downtown Sioux falls to kick off the Christmas season every year. “I have a lot of memories coming down here with my husband and our kids and our family and friends doing all those activities on that Friday so I’m really looking forward to it again this year,”
Spellbound Magic Shop held its reopening on Friday, November 12th, some of the renovations included a new bookshelf aisle as well as an extended theatre for shows.Spellbound Magic Shop has been open for nearly two years but owner Travis Nye says the shop was in need of some upgrades.
Friday the Skate City roller rink will hold their annual teen Halloween skating event. The rink will also hold a family Halloween skating event on Sunday.The events are going to be a great chance for kids to have some fun before trick or treating begins.
The Sioux Falls Jaycees have been putting on their annual haunted house for nearly 50 years. The group used to be just a haunted house but recently moved to the W. H. Lyon Fairgrounds turning it into what they call the Feargrounds.