More than a dozen venues around Sioux City will host events celebrating fall on Saturday, October 11, 2014. The family friendly activities are part of "Fall Fest 2014", a day of fun designed for residents and visitors to enjoy the fall season, spend time with friends and family, and showcase Sioux City attractions.
Events include harvest themes with pumpkin painting, mask making, haunted houses, games, ice skating, local food, live music and more. Each venue will provide something unique to attendees looking to enjoy a beautiful fall day in Sioux City.
"Fall Fest offers entertaining, hands-on activities for all ages throughout the community", said Fall Fest Coordinator, Anne Westra. "We look forward to welcoming visitors to the area to enjoy all of our local attractions and retailers."
Organizations involved in Fall Fest 2014 include: Briar Cliff University, Blue Zones Project, Dorothy Pecaut Nature Center, IBP Ice Center, Lakeport Commons, Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, Mid America Museum of Aviation & Transportation Museum, Milwaukee Railroad Shops, Nightmare on 4th Street & The Fear Factory, Scarecrow Farm, Scare Central, Sioux City Art Center, Sioux City Farmers Market, Sioux City Fire Rescue, Sioux City Musketeers, Sioux City Police Department, Sioux City Public Library, Sioux City Public Museum, Sioux City Public Works, Siouxland Habitat for Humanity, Siouxland Historical Railroad Museum, Siouxland Zombie Walk, and the Southern Hills Mall.
For a complete list of participating organizations, event details and contact information, go to www.VisitSiouxCity.org.