Events

With ‘Les Miserables,’ Pavilion shows ability to attract more high-profile shows

After years of trying, the Washington Pavilion is hosting a seven-show run of “Les Miserables.” Could it lead to other big-name Broadway performances? The Pavilion’s leaders have some teases that theater lovers will want to know.

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Inaugural Great Plains Cheese & Ice Cream Festival to offer delicious family fun

Taste South Dakota-made cheeses and ice creams with a day of fun for the entire family at the inaugural Great Plains Cheese & Ice Cream Festival.

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NIH traveling exhibit focuses on genetic research

A traveling exhibit from the National Institutes of Health is in Sioux Falls through next week, allowing visitors to provide information that will help with research.

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Two decades of inspiration: Hy-Vee/Sanford Legends lifts up kids

Over 20 years, Sanford and Hy-Vee have sponsored the appearance of more than 150 sports legends, delivering messages focused on quality, integrity and character to tens of thousands of area kids.

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One-on-one with Shark Tank’s Daymond John

From what he looks for in entrepreneurs to what he wishes he had been told starting out, “Shark Tank” star Daymond John sat down with SiouxFalls.Business owner Jodi Schwan as part of his visit to Sioux Falls.

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Parade of Homes featured house blends new construction with downtown feel

You’ll wonder whether you’ve stepped into a new luxury home or a downtown loft when you tour a house featured on the Spring Parade of Homes.

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Register now for Work Comp Summit as it marks 10 years of education, networking

“There is a big need for human resource, safety, claims and other professionals who deal with workers’ compensation to be able to network and gain insight from experts on the ever-changing landscape.” This is the only event in the state that offers it, and it’s coming up soon.

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Avera race changes name to reflect broader approach

The race formerly known as the Avera Race Against Breast Cancer will take on a new name this year as thousands of runners and walkers prepare to participate.

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Restored midcentury modern apartments to hold open house

Ready to make a move? Take a look inside a beautifully restored midcentury apartment building south of downtown Saturday.

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One century after pandemic, conference examines health care, policy issues

The Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-19 creates a framework for a fascinating event around health care coming up at Augustana University’s Center for Western Studies.

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