Sioux Center Arts

The mission of Sioux Center Arts is to educate, enlighten, and enrich our community through the arts.

Sioux Center’s Recreation and Arts Council is a proud supporter of the area arts.

Some of the programs offered by Sioux Center Arts include art classes, theatre classes, and an annual community play. Sioux Center Arts also hosts a variety of different performing arts groups throughout the year and is a proud sponsor of NISO - Northwest Iowa Symphony Orchestra

For questions regarding arts programs and events, please contact Suzanne at (712) 722-4386 ext.8 or email

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ARTS at the ALL SEASONS CENTER

Friday, Oct. 26, 5:00–7:30 pm @ All Seasons Center

Cost: $2 at door/$6 for families (Covers pumpkin decorating supplies, and entertainment) 1st 15 kids to enter get a free pumpkin donated by HyVee!

Entertainment: 5:00-7:30 pm

Covers & Original Music by Ellie Waring & other area artists

Booths: 5:00-7:30 pm

Face Painting, Pumpkin Decorating for all ages (bring your own pumpkin), Non-scary costumes welcome! Artwork by Lori DeJong, Ceramics by Jonathan Fictorie, Treasures by Fiona, DoTerra Oils, Goats milk soaps and lotions by Big Red Barn, Juggling lessons, Greta’s Gallery & Gardens, Homemade items to benefit Tytoo Gardens Orphanage-Haiti, Handmade Pottery & Jewelry, Tortilleria Aceves, cupcakes and more!

Open to public.

Vendors may charge for services or goods.




accdiental heroThe Accidental Hero

by Patrick Dewane

Tuesday, Nov. 13

2:00 & 7:00 pm

TePaske Theatre, High School

Tickets:

Advance general admission:

$6/adults, $2/children and veterans

Advance reserved seating:

$8/adults, $3/children and veterans

At door: $10/adults, $3/children and veterans

**Pay at the City Office or online:

www.siouxcenter.org/onlineregistration

The Accidental Hero is a multi-media one-man show about a WWII American officer who miraculously liberates the Czech villages of his grandparents. It's a true story written and performed by his grandson, Patrick Dewane.

Dewane brings this material to glowing life as an enthralling tale of miraculous escapes and astonishing coincidences. This touching show runs from belly laughs to tears. Dewane takes on a dozen different roles as he powerfully recounts his grandfather's journey. He discovers his lost identity, embraced by the tribe he never knew. As he freed the Czechs, they liberated him.



Beginner Youth Sewing Classes: (For Ages 5th - 9th grade Students)

Dates/Times: Thursday evenings, 11/1-12/13 from 4:15 – 5:30 pm

Ages: 5th- 9th grades - limited to 10 students per class.

Location: Sioux Center Public Library, Room A

Cost: $35.00 for 6 sessions. Tuition help available through All Kids Can-722-2130 or 4851/Rec Cards available

Supplies: Everyone needs the following items, Sewing machine, Small scissors, Stitch ripper Straight Pins, Pin cushion, Thread, 1 square of craft felt, any colors 1 yard of ¼ inch ribbon (that coordinates with a least one piece of felt). Pillow case kit available at Stitch Studio in Orange City and Roelofs Quilt store in Sioux Center.

Instructor: Mary Zagaeski

Registrations: www.siouxcenter.org/onlineregistration or complete the registration form below and return with payment. Registration Deadline is Oct. 25, 2018. $5 late registration fee

English

Spanish


The Shoemaker  the Christmas Elves Pic (3)The Shoemaker and The Christmas Elves

Virginia Repertory Theatre 

Friday, Nov. 30

2:00 & 6:30 pm

TePaske Theatre, High School

Tickets:

Advance general admission:

$6/adults, $2/children and veterans

Advance reserved seating:

$8/adults, $3/children and veterans

At door: $10/adults, $3/children and veterans

**Pay at the City Office or online:

www.siouxcenter.org/onlineregistration

Two elves are sent to work secretly for a poor cobbler until he does something nice for them. If he does, the elves will become true Christmas Elves and be sent to work for Santa at the North Pole. Not knowing how to make shoes, the Christmas Elves do what they do best. Using the cobbler’s leather scraps, the elves busily make dolls for the cobbler and his wife to sell in their shop. Over time, the cobbler and his wife become rich and no longer need the help of the elves, but the elves can’t leave until their kindness has been repaid. Come and see what happens to our elves after their kindness to the cobbler and his wife!