Yin Yoga is a safe simple meditative practice that everyone can do.
SculptureWalk is an exciting exhibit of outdoor sculptures displayed year-round in downtown Sioux Falls.
Find fresh produce and locally grown items every Saturday!
More and more downtown businesses are expanding their hours on Sundays.
Enjoy live music, food vendors, beer and wine for purchase and shopping at some of the most unique stores in Sioux Falls.
Meet four live animals with the Great Plains Zoo’s ZooExpress
Relive years past as you pass down Phillips Avenue in a carriage pulled by two majestic horses.
Bring a blanket or chair, and enjoy a free outdoor movie in the park!
This is an outdoor venue located a the Historic Queen Bee Mill in Falls Park.
Experience a variety of sights, sounds and tastes from around the globe.
Come discover how much fun splashing and playing can be along the banks of the Big Sioux.
The "hottest nite" of year for great music, food, drinks and some of the sweetest rides you'll see in one place!
Enjoy live music, art, kids' activities, food, beverage, retail vendors and more!
This program is available to retail businesses new to the central business district. Apply today!
Come listen to the sounds of punk rock musicians, Not Half Bad, Black Market Zach, and Brian Hoffman.
The Museum of Visual Materials has a hand built Lego table with hundreds of Legos ready for building!
The Museum of Visual Materials is debuting the newest attraction - imagination playground building blocks! Monday - Wednesday, free admission.
Fun for five-year-olds and younger. Each play date at the Museum of Visual Materials involves singing a song, story time and doing an activity.
Public Parking will begin waterproofing applications at the 1st Ave Ramp at 110 E 11th Street on Friday June 5th, 2015 after 5:30p.m. We expect work to last one weekend. Work includes shock blasting, commercial sealer application, and re-stripping parking lines. The ramp will be closed while work is completed.
Downtown Sioux Falls seeks a progressive-minded and energetic leader to serve as Executive Director. The Executive Director is responsible for staff management, budget preparation and oversight, work plan development and implementation, coordinating downtown events, and maintaining and fostering positive relationships with downtown Sioux Falls property owners, businesses, residents, public officials, the media, and the general public. In short, we need a visionary leader to keep Downtown Sioux Falls moving forward.
The events named have been permitted by the City of Sioux Falls Department of Health to possibly exceed normal sound limits for the duration listed.