Sioux Center’s weekend of fun in the sun, Summer Celebration, has been postponed.
The community celebration was previously scheduled for June 4-7, but organizers have chosen to look at alternate dates in light of the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic, wanting to promote health and safety of the thousands of people who join in the fun.
The steering committee will continue to monitor the COVID-19 situation in Iowa, and it is their hope that Sioux Center may hold an end-of-the-season Summer Celebration.
“We are really looking forward to an opportunity to gather as a community again and celebrate the #SiouxCenterStrong attitude we’ve seen during this time and just have some good fun,” said Sioux Center Chamber CEO Barb Den Herder. “We will continue to follow our state leadership’s direction as we determine how to proceed. Stay tuned for more information.”
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Sioux Center’s Summer Celebration is a multi-day event packed with festivities for people of all ages, including live music, entertainment, and many free events to bring the community together. Summer Celebration is organized annually by a committee of dedicated volunteers that spans the community.