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HARD ROCK HOTEL & CASINO SIOUX CITY ANNOUNCES 2015 BATTERY PARK CONCERT LINEUP

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (April 13, 2015)On Monday, April 13, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City unveiled its 2015 concert series schedule for the soon-to-be renovated outdoor venue, Battery Park. Events at Battery Park are open to all ages. The eight shows currently released are:

3 Doors Down & Seether – Saturday, July 11

REO Speedwagon – Tuesday, July 14

Collective Soul with Dishwalla – Friday, July 17

Colbie Caillat & Christina Perri – Wednesday, July 22

Elvis Costello – Friday, July 24

Three Days Grace – Friday, July 31

Deep Purple with Black Oak Arkansas – Friday, August 7

Gary Allan with Joe Nichols – Friday, August 14

“We’re excited about our summer lineup.  From great classic rock to modern rock, country and contemporary, we have something for everyone,” said Todd Moyer, General Manager of Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City.  “And I cannot wait for everyone to see the reimagined Battery Park. It will surely become a favorite spot to see great, live music in a unique, memorable setting. There’s just something about listening to live music…outside, under the stars that makes you feel alive.”

Named in homage to Sioux City’s beloved Battery Building, Battery Park will feature artful design, headliner entertainment and community events. In addition, there will be a brand new Biergarten next to all of the action so guests can enjoy a drink and some tunes al fresco style. More concerts and community events will continue to be announced as the year progresses.

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 17 at 10am at www.hardrockcasinosiouxcity.com or at the Rock Shop.

Hard Rock will look to hire an estimated 60 to 100 new part-time, seasonal team members to help run the outdoor venue. Current openings can be found at www.hardrockcasinosiouxcity.com/careers.

Sours: https://www.hardrockcasinosiouxcity.com/news/hard-rock-hotel-casino-sioux-city-announces-2015-battery-park-concert-lineup/

Exhibitions

Current Sioux City Public Museum Exhibitions: 

 

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 April 10 - October 17, 2021
New to You: Recent Artifact Donations
Exhibit showcasing diverse selection of artifacts from the Museum’s collection. Most of the showcased artifacts have not been previously displayed. In addition to a variety of Central High School artifacts, the exhibit features an 1893 silk banner from Sioux City’s Norwegian singing society, a bear rug made by Meyer Brothers Saddlery Company around 1920, a Lakota-style peace pipe made by famed Ojibwe artist George Bryan “Standing Eagle,” and a paper mache Easter Bunny from Davidson’s Department Store. The exhibit also showcases artifacts relating to decorated World War II veteran Carleton Mikkelsen who owned a pharmacy in Morningside for many years.

 

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August 14, 2021 - January 16, 2022
Thomas D. Mangelsen – A Life In The Wild
A retrospective of legacy images from over 40 years of nature and wildlife photography capturing the Earth's last great wild places.

Produced by David J. Wagner, L.L.C.
David J. Wagner, Ph.D., Curator/Tour Director
http://mangelsen.com/exhibition

Image: © Thomas D. Mangelsen, Catch of the Day, 1988

 

Coming Soon:

October 23 – November 6
Monarchs, Midwest and Michoacán – Coming Home Exhibition
Día de los Muertos altars are an important tradition celebrated by Mexican people throughout the world. Altars created by Morningside University students, Irving Elementary School families and friends of the Museum will be on display.

On-going special exhibits:

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Native American Artwork featuring Chuck Raymond
A retrospective of the prominent Winnebago artist's works is showcased along with a selection of Native American artifacts from the Museum’s collection.

 

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Nature's Kaleidoscope: Digging into the Past
A world class collection of agates, geodes, minerals, fossils, petrified wood and meteorites.

 

Now available:

 

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Special Tolerance Week presentation
Virtual TourVernon Tott Photographs
Powerful images taken by a Sioux City soldier during the liberation of a WWII concentration camp are presented by the Sioux City Public Museum in honor of Sioux City Tolerance Week. Click here to view.

 

 

Past Exhibitions:  

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May 29 - August 1, 2021
Crittenton Center: Serving children, teens, and families for 125 years
The history of one of the Siouxland region’s longest-serving nonprofit organizations is highlighted through memorabilia and photographs.

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March 13 - May 8, 2021
Sioux City History Projects
The 30th annual display of models and posters created by 4th grade students of local historic landmarks, people, and events.

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January 9 - March 14, 2021
Lines with Power and Purpose: Editorial Cartoons
A display of 51 original editorial cartoons from the nation’s great metropolitan newspapers during the Golden Age of print journalism, including six Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonists. The traveling exhibit is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

Cartoon by the artist known as “Army,” Be Careful Son!, 1940; 14 x 10 1/4 inches, ink on paper; Courtesy of University of Central Oklahoma Galleries and Collections.

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November 28, 2020 – March 7, 2021
Vintage Sioux City Coffee Memorabilia
For a century, Sioux City was one of the primary food distribution centers of the Upper Midwest. Unique coffee merchandising artifacts from the 1870s to the 1970s are showcased, drawing from private collectors and the Museum’s collection.

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February 2 - 14, 2021
Toward a Universal Suffrage: African American Women in Iowa and the Vote for All
Presented in recognition of Black History Month, the traveling exhibit documents the contributions of African American women such as Gertrude Rush, Sue M. Wilson Brown, Helen Downey and Vivian B. Smith to the suffrage movement in Iowa. The exhibit is a collaboration between the Iowa Department of Human Rights’ Office on the Status of Women, the Central Iowa Community Museum and the Carrie Chapman Catt Center for Women and Politics at Iowa State University.

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October 10, 2020 - January 10, 2021
1968: A Folsom Redemption
A collection of photographs and memories of two journalists lucky enough to be among a handful of eyewitnesses to the historic Johnny Cash concerts at Folsom Prison. This candid and personal photography exhibition features the work of Dan Poush (shown above) and Gene Beley. The traveling exhibit is organized by ExhibitsUSA, a program of Mid-America Arts Alliance.

 2020 Womens Suffrage exhibit banner for web
September 5, 2020 - January 3, 2021
The Women’s Suffrage Campaign in Sioux City

In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920, the exhibit features historic photographs, period clothing, and artifacts relating to local suffragists, women’s clubs and political figures of the era. Included in the display are posters from the Smithsonian exhibition, Votes for Women: A Portrait of Persistence, which provide the national context for the voting rights story.

Online content: 
Aug and Sept HAHN graphic 
History at High Noon presentations 

Suffrage exhibit virtual tour-online 
Virtual Exhibit Tour

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Through November 3, 2020
Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Altar Display
A display of Dia de los Muertos altars created to honor family members who have passed away. This year's altars include ones to honor family members who died from Covid-19 as well as migrant children who died while in US federal custody. Dia de los Muertos is an important tradition celebrated within Mexico and by Mexican people throughout the world. The holiday focuses on celebrating friends and family who have passed away. A key element is the altar, often found within homes or public places, created to honor and welcome deceased loved ones. For more about the display, click here.

Learn more about the symbolism in the display with this video.

Saturday in the Park 2020 exhibit web banner

July 7 - October 4, 2020
Saturday in the Park: 29 Years of Memories
Planned before the music festival postponed its 2020 concert, the exhibit features a full-run of posters (many of which were autographed by the performers), Saturday in the Park T-Shirts, dozens of framed photographs of the performers and festival scenes, and video/audio clips. A slideshow showcases more than 200 Saturday in the Park images captured by Sioux City Journal photographers. Other highlights include two original paintings and eight alternate posters by Sioux City artist Mark Kochen.

As a special bonus, the exhibit showcases the original ceiling mural from Uncle John Records and Tapes painted by local artist Paul Chelstad in 1978, a 1960 Wurlitzer Model 2410-S jukebox and a c.1957 Hammond Model RT-3 concert organ.

Saturday in the Park winners

The Saturday in the Park Fan Favorites as voted for online and by visitors to the Sioux City Public Museum 


Headliner: Santana
Non-Headliner: Michael Franti and Spearhead.


Santana has the distinction of headlining twice at Saturday in the Park - in 1994 and 2010. Michael Franti and Spearhead also performed in 2010.

The performers' photos are on display in the Museum lobby.

Click here for a complete list of Saturday in the Park lineups.



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February 22 - August 30, 2020 (the exhibit's run was interrupted due to COVD-19)
City of Hope: Resurrection City and the 1968 Poor People's Campaign
In recognition of Black History Month in February and Tolerance Week in April, the Sioux City Public Museum presents this traveling exhibit honoring Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s daring vision for economic justice and opportunity for every U.S. citizen. The poster exhibition examines the Poor People’s Campaign—a grassroots, multiracial movement that drew thousands of people to Washington, D.C. For 43 days between May and June 1968, demonstrators demanded social reforms while living side-by-side on the National Mall in a tent city known as Resurrection City. City of Hope is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

February 28-  August 30, 2020 (the exhibit's run was interrupted due to COVD-19)
Selections from the Vernon Tott Collection
A local soldier’s powerful photographs of prisoners of a WWII concentration camp. This year marked the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Ahlem concentration camp on April 10, 1945.

 

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March 14 – March 15, 2020 (The exhibit's run was shortened due to COVID-19)
Sioux City History Projects Exhibit
The 29th annual display of models and posters created by 4th grade students of local historic landmarks, people, and events. The participating students will be honored at a reception and awards ceremony on the closing day of the exhibit.

For videos featuring the 80 models and posters in the exhibit as well as the 2020 award recipients, click here.

 

Exhibit - Remnants of the West for web

November 23, 2019 – February 23, 2020
Remnants of the West: Photography by Edward S. Curtis & Mark James 
This unique traveling exhibition of 40 photographs spans more than a century, presenting contemporary landscape photographer Mark James alongside early 20th century photographer Edward S. Curtis. Organized by the Dubuque Museum of Art in association with Studio of the American West Photography.

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September 21, 2019 – February 15, 2020
The Art of Frank Howell: The Early Years 
More than 30 works by the Sioux City-born artist are on display spanning the years of 1966 to 1994, with an emphasis on his career-defining art of the 1970s and 1980s. Since Howell was one of the few artists of his era recognized as both an important painter and a master lithographer, more than half the works are lithographs.

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August 31-November 17, 2019
Morningside College: Celebrating 125 Years 1894-2019
Explore the origins of Sioux City’s oldest college through historic photographs and memorabilia. Affiliated with the United Methodist Church, the private four-year liberal arts institution has endured periods of budgetary distress, wartime dislocation, disastrous fires and other trials while educating and developing more than six generations of students.

 

October 26 - November 2, 2019
Día de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Altar Display
A display of Día de los Muertos altars created by students and families from Irving Elementary School. Día de los Muertos is an important tradition celebrated within Mexico and by Mexican people throughout the world. The holiday focuses on celebrating friends and family who have passed away. A key element is the altar, often found within homes or public places, created to honor and welcome deceased loved ones.

Municipal Band exhibit
May 4 - September 8, 2019
Celebrating 100 Years of Municipal Bands
The 2019 summer concert series of the Sioux City Municipal Band marked the organization's 100th year. Uniforms, equipment, instruments, and awards along with photographs of the Monahan Post and Municipal Band and earlier bands are showcased in the exhibit.

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May 25 - August 11, 2019
Bandits & Heroes, Poets & Saints: Popular Art of the Northeast of Brazil 
A traveling exhibit exploring how the ancient cultures of Africa blended with indigenous and colonial Portuguese traditions to form the vibrant and complex cultural mosaic of modern Brazil. This exhibition has been made possible through NEH on the Road, a special initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

2019 history projects logo

March 16 - May 11, 2019
Sioux City History Projects 
The 28th annual display of models and posters created by 4th grade students of local historic landmarks, people, and events. The participating students will be honored at a reception and awards ceremony on the closing day of the exhibit.

Christmas toys exhibit banner

December 8, 2018 - March 24, 2019
Christmas Toys through the Decades
A display of classic toys from the personal collection of local KSCJ radio personality Larry Fuller as well as selected items from the Sioux City Public Museum's collection.

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November 10, 2018 - January 6, 2019
The Power of Children: Making a Difference 
Explore the extraordinary stories of Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges, and Ryan White—three children whose lives teach us about overcoming obstacles to make a positive difference in the world. This traveling exhibit is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

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September 1 - November 25, 2018
New to You: Recent Artifact Donations 
A diverse selection of artifacts from recent donations to never-displayed treasures from the Museum’s collection including military and local business memorabilia.

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October 26 - November 3, 2018
Dia de los Muertos or Day of the Dead Altar Display
A display of Dia de los Muerto altars created by students and families from Irving Elementary School. Dia de los Muertos is an important tradition celebrated within Mexico and by Mexican people throughout the world. The holiday focuses on celebrating friends and family who have passed away. A key element is the altar, often found within homes or public places, created to honor and welcome deceased loved ones. 

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June 16 - October 14, 2018
Traditional Arts of the Bedouin
Drawn from the Nance Collection—the largest collection of its kind outside the Middle East—the exhibit introduces visitors to a rich material culture from Saudi Arabia and nearby Middle Eastern countries such as Egypt, Syria, and Yemen. This traveling exhibit of approximately 50 artworks and artifacts including elaborately embroidered textiles and embellished metalwork is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

 

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April 21 - August 19, 2018
Modernism’s Messengers: The Art of Alfonso and Margaret Iannelli
The story behind the couple who created the elaborate sculptures of people, spirits and animals that have adorned the courthouse since 1918.

 

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April 21 - August 19, 2018
The Chicago Origins of the Courthouse
The companion exhibit to Modernism's Messengers: The Art of Alfonso and Margaret Iannelli, this exhibit features artifacts from the Museum's archives and a slideshow of photographs from the courthouse's history. Many of the photographs are part of the Museum's William Steele Collection. Steele worked in the Chicago office of renowned architect Louis Sullivan. The courthouse is the largest public building ever constructed in the Prairie School style.

 

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March 17 – May 12, 2018
Sioux City History Projects Exhibit
The 27th annual display of models and posters created by 4th grade students of local historic landmarks, people, and events.

 

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September 2, 2017 - March 31, 2018
Honoring Our Armed Services: 1861-2017
Area armed service members have contributed to every major U.S. military effort from the Civil War to the ongoing conflicts in Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. Explore the military contributions of Siouxland residents past and present through uniforms, weaponry, equipment, and photographs.

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February 3 - March 11, 2018
Sign of the Times: The Great American Political Poster 1844–2012
Explore a variety of styles, design trends, and printing technology of some of the most exciting and rarely seen posters created in the last 170 years. This traveling exhibit is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

 

 Coney Island exhibit logo
November 11, 2017 - January 7, 2018
Coney Island: Visions of an American Dreamland
A traveling exhibit that brings to life the excitement of Coney Island, showing visitors how its magnetic world of attractions has become a touchstone for American mass culture and popular recreation. The exhibit is made possible by NEH on the Road, a special initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and Mid-America Arts Alliance.

 

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October 3 - November 5, 2017
Fully Involved
In recognition of Fire Prevention Month, 51 firefighting images of Sioux City Fire Rescue by prolific local photographer George Lindblade are on display along with two historic International Association of Fire Fighters (IAFF) Local 7 banners.

 

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 May 19 – August 13, 2017
The Hidden Works of Jay N. “Ding” Darling
A traveling exhibit featuring the works and personal artifacts of the pioneering conservationist, creator of the Duck Stamp and two-time Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist who grew up in Sioux City and started his career at the Sioux City Journal

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June 17 – August 6, 2017
Vibrant Bounty: Chinese Folk Art from the Shaanxi Region
This traveling exhibit is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

2017 history projects logo

March 18 – May 13, 2017
Sioux City History Projects Exhibit
The 26th annual display of models and posters created by 4th grade students of local historic landmarks, people, and events.

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March 31 – May 7, 2017
Diaries of Humanity 
Holocaust Exhibit
  
This traveling exhibit features a collection of diaries or handwritten notes from a variety of areas in Europe during the Holocaust. On loan from The Institute for Holocaust Education.

The display also includes selected images from the Sioux City Public Museum's Vernon Tott Collection. Tott, a Sioux City native, was a WWII soldier who took photographs of the newly liberated prisoners at the German concentration camp Alhem.

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December 9, 2016 - March 19, 2017
A History of Brewing in Sioux City
Learn more about Sioux City's early breweries, their products, and the impact state and federal prohibition laws had on the industry locally. 

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January 28 – March 5, 2017
Cloth as Community: Hmong Textiles Exhibit
The exhibition features 28 textiles—flower cloths and embroidered story clothes—by those in the Hmong community. This traveling exhibit is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

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November 12, 2016 - January 8, 2017
A Photo Album of Ireland   
From the earliest photographs taken in the 1850s to the advent of the digital era in the early 1990s, these images reveal details about how people lived, worked, and gathered that official historical records may have overlooked. This traveling exhibit is a program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

 New to You exhibit graphic

September 3 - November 27, 2016
New to You: Recent Artifact Donations
A diverse selection of artifacts from recent donations to never-displayed treasures from the Museum’s collection. Among the highlights is memorabilia from Sioux City high schools and colleges.

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August 19 - October 30, 2016 
Uncle John’s Mural 
The full set of panels created by local artist Paul Chelstad more than 30 years ago for the venerable music store Uncle John’s Records. Chelstad re-created one of the panels recently that was damaged when the mural was removed from the store's ceiling.

 

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July 8 – August 14, 2016
Wandering Spirit: African Wax Prints  
A traveling exhibit that serves as a tribute to the century-old handmade designs and patterns on textiles that originated in Indonesia and were copied and industrialized by Europeans and exported to Africa. A program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

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June 17 – August 7, 2016
Backstage Pass: Baron Wolman and the Early Years of Rolling Stone 1967-1970 
A traveling exhibit exploring how the lens of one artist’s camera captured and helped define one of the most important eras in rock-n-roll history.To provide a local angle to the exhibit, a display of Siouxland music memorabilia will be showcased including murals from long-time music store, Uncle John’s Records. A program of ExhibitsUSA, a national division of Mid-America Arts Alliance and The National Endowment for the Arts.

 

2016 Sioux City History Projects logo

March 19 - May 15, 2016
Sioux City History Projects

Martin exhibit rotator

November 21, 2015 - March 6, 2016
When Quality Was Higher than Price: Martin's, Davidson's and Pelletier's

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October 20, 2015 - March 6, 2016
You Are the Curator

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September 5 - October 18, 2015
For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights
This exhibit was made possible through NEH on the Road, a special initiative of the National Endowment for the Humanities. It has been adapted and is being toured by Mid-America Arts Alliance. For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights was organized by The Center for Art, Design, and Visual Culture, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, in partnership with the National Museum of African-American History and Culture, Smithsonian Institution.

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June 13 - September 13, 2015
Saturday in the Park: Rockin' for 25 Years


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January 17 - May 31, 2015
Native American Artwork featuring Chuck Raymond

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April 4 - May 17, 2015
Sioux City History Projects
The 24th annual exhibition of 4th grade projects showcasing the students' knowledge of local history.

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January 24 - March 15, 2015
The Homestead Series

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August 23, 2014 - January 4, 2015
Sioux City Journal: 150 Years in Siouxland 1864-2014

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April 12 - August 10, 2014
Denmark: October 1943

 2014 history projects logo

April 5 - May 18, 2014
Sioux City History Projects

 2013 Quilt exhibit logo-March

Through March 16, 2014
Homegrown Art: Traditional Quilt Designs

who have passed away. This year includes altars to honor family members who died from Covid-19as well as migrant children who died while in US federal custody.

Sours: http://www.siouxcitymuseum.org/what-s-happening/exhibitions
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Sioux City Challenge 2015 – IA

This is the second event in the Heartland Circuit. Sponsored by Blue Gauntlet Fencing Equipment.

Schedule of Events
Saturday, November 7:
Mixed Foil – 9:00 a.m.
Women’s Foil – 10:00 a.m.
Women’s Saber – 12:00 p.m.
Mixed Saber – 1:00 p.m.

Sunday, November 8:
+Mixed Team Epee – 9:00 a.m.
Women’s Epee – 9:30 a.m.
Mixed Epee – 10:30 a.m.
* Times listed are close of registration.

Note: Women may fence in mixed events with payment of the additional weapon fee, provided they also fence the corresponding women’s event. Double stripping will be allowed and we encourage you to fence multiple events.

+Again this year – Team Epee! Due to the strength of the epee events we have added a mixed team event to allow fencers more bouts against competitors of similar abilities. The format will be 3 person teams with 45 touch team bouts. Teams will be divided into pools of similar strength with no DE’s. Pools will be self refereed and there will be no Heartland Circuit points or awards for team events. This event is to be held strictly for your enjoyment, please treat it as such.

Fees
Registration ~ $30
Entry Fee (per event) ~ $10
Late Fee (per person) ~ $10

Awards
1st ~ Replica Sword.
1st – 8th ~ Engraved Medals.
Team Pool Winners ~ Gift Certificates.
Highest Unrated ~ Ribbons.
Iron-Man/Woman ~ Replica Weapons.

Weapons Control
All equipment must meet USFA specifications. Masks will be punched. Weapons will be tested on strip. Reminder – foilists must have masks with conductive bibs and mask cords and saber fencers must wear an 800N glove with the FIE label per USFA rules.

Format
The format will be one round of pools with everyone promoted to direct elimination.

Registration
USFA membership is required (forms will be available at the tournament). The entry deadline for online registration is November 2nd. On-site registration will be allowed with payment of a late fee. Fees will be waived for A rated fencers.

Scoring Equipment
The SCFC is appealing to everyone, please bring scoring equipment to the tournament.

Referees
Doug Jauer – Sioux City Fencing Club
Brett Watchorn – Sioux City Fencing Club
Others – TBA

Accommodations
Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
111 3rd St, Sioux City, IA – ph. (712) 224-7631

Stoney Creek Inn
300 3rd St, Sioux City, IA – ph. (712) 234-1100

Holiday Inn
701 Gordon Dr, Sioux City, IA – ph. (712) 277-9400

Heartland Circuit
The 2015 Sioux City Challenge is the second event of the Heartland Circuit. Visit the HC points list at http://askfred.net/Results/pointsLists.php
Please visit the Official Heartland Circuit Award Sponsor – Blue Gauntlet Fencing Equipment at http://www.blue-gauntlet.com/

Party
TBA

Questions
Contact Doug Jauer (712) 253-0125
or email ~ [email protected]
Venue ph. (712) 255-7659 (day of tournament only)

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Sours: https://www.lincolnfencing.com/event/sioux-city-challenge-2015-ia/

2015 Sioux City Bandits season

The 2015 Sioux City Bandits season was the team's sixteenth overall, fifteenth as the Sioux City Bandits and first as a member of Champions Indoor Football (CIF). One of nine teams in the CIF for the inaugural 2015 season, the Bandits finished the regular season with a 9-3 record to earn the number one seed in the playoffs, in which they defeated the Amarillo Venom, 83-52 in the semifinals and beat the Texas Revolution in Champions Bowl I, 76-61.

The Bandits play their home games at the Tyson Events Center in Sioux City, Iowa, under the direction of head coach Erv Strohbeen. The team's offensive coordinator is Jarrod DeGeorgia, the defensive coordinator is John Zevenbergen, and the assistant coaches include Greg Stallman, Justin Hayes, and Spetlar Tonga.

Season summary[edit]

The Bandits' announced schedule for the 2015 season was not affected after the New Mexico Stars abruptly postponed their entry into the league on February 21, just one week before the season began.[1] On March 3, the Albuquerque-based Duke City Gladiators were announced as a late entry into the league, partially replacing the Stars in the CIF schedule with a plan to play 11 games in 2015.[2]

Off-field moves[edit]

After the 2014 season ended, the Champions Professional Indoor Football League announced it was merging with teams from other leagues to form a new league, Champions Indoor Football.[3] The Bandits are one of four CPIFL teams to join the CIF, alongside the Dodge City Law, Omaha Beef, and Salina Bombers.[4][5] 8 of the Bandits' 12 regular season games in 2015 will be played against these former CPIFL teams.[6]

Anticipating crowds for their 2015 season opener, the Bandits offered a free shuttle bus service from downtown Sioux City to their home arena, the Tyson Events Center.[7]

Roster moves[edit]

After six seasons leading the Bandits, quarterback Scott Jensen announced his retirement in December 2014. The Bandits signed Charles Dowdell away from the Bloomington Edge to lead the team in 2015.[6] Dowdell was the CPIFL's 2014 Offensive Player of the Year and was named to the CPIFL All-Star First Team in 2014.[8] The Bandits also signed wide receiver Frederick Bruno, the CPIFL's 2014 Special Teams Player of the Year, plus defensive end Marcus Miles and defensive back Andre Jones both formerly of the Lincoln Haymakers.[8]

To fill out the 21-man 2015 roster, the Bandits held open tryouts in November 2014 and January 2015. The team's training camp opened in February 2015, leading up to a lone exhibition game against the Sioux Falls Storm on February 22 and the season opener at home versus the Omaha Beef on February 28.[8][9]

Awards and honors[edit]

Each week of the regular season, the CIF names league-wide Players of the Week in offensive, defensive, and special teams categories. For Week 1, the CIF named quarterback Charles Dowdell as the Offensive Player of the Week and kicker Max Martin as one of two Special Teams Players of the Week.[10] For Week 4, the CIF again named quarterback Charles Dowdell as the Offensive Player of the Week.[11][12] For Week 8, the CIF named quarterback Charles Dowdell as the Offensive Player of the Week for a third time.[13] For Week 9, the CIF named defensive lineman Sean Kelly as the Defensive Player of the Week.[14] For Week 12, the CIF named kick returner Fredrick Bruno as the Special Teams Player of the Week.[15] For Week 14, the CIF named defensive back Rahn Franklin as the Defensive Player of the Week and again named kick returner Fredrick Bruno as the Special Teams Player of the Week.[16]

On June 6, the CIF announced the winners of its year-end awards. The Sioux City Bandits were honored for Fan Base of the Year and Media Relations of the Year, head coach Erv Strohbeen was named Coach of the Year, quarterback Charles Dowdell was chosen as the league's Most Valuable Player, and kick returner Frederick Bruno shared the Special Teams Players of the Year honors.[17]

Schedule[edit]

Key:   Win  Loss  Bye

Pre-season[edit]

Regular season[edit]

Week Day Date Kickoff Opponent Results Location Attendance
Score Record
1 Saturday February 28 7:05pm Omaha BeefW 62–13[18][19][20]1–0 Tyson Events Center[6][7]3,848
2 BYE
3 Sunday March 15 7:05pm at Dodge City Law2L 39–51[21][22]1–1 United Wireless Arena2,411
4 Saturday March 21 7:05pm Salina BombersW 73–59[23][24][25]2–1 Tyson Events Center[26][27]3,303
5 Saturday March 28 7:05pm at Wichita ForceL 35–42[28][29]2–2 Intrust Bank Arena[30]3,271
6 BYE
7 Friday April 10 7:05pm at Omaha Beef L 41–43[31][32][33]2–3 Ralston Arena[34]3,178
8 Saturday April 18 7:05pm Salina Bombers W 79–56[35][36]3–3 Tyson Events Center[37][38]3,665
9 Friday April 24 7:05pm at Omaha Beef W 61–37[39][40][41]4–3 Ralston Arena 3,148
10 Saturday May 2 7:05pm Wichita Force W 56–42[42][43]5–3 Tyson Events Center[44]2,854
11 BYE
12 Saturday May 16 7:05pm Omaha Beef W 64–38[45][46]6–3 Tyson Events Center[47][48]3,021
13 Saturday May 23 7:05pm at Wichita Force W 55–45[49][50]7–3 Intrust Bank Arena[51][52]3,951
14 Saturday May 30 7:05pm Amarillo VenomW 79–58[53][54][55]8–3 Tyson Events Center[56][57]3,708
15 Saturday June 6 7:05pm at Dodge City Law W 53–52[58][59]9–3 United Wireless Arena[60][61][62]2,656

2 Rescheduled to accommodate a high school basketball tournament[63]

Post-season[edit]

Roster[edit]

Standings[edit]

x = clinched playoffs, y = clinched home playoffs, z = clinched top seed

Playoffs[edit]

Semifinals Champions Bowl I
      
3 Wichita 27
2Texas39
2 Texas 61
1Sioux City76
4 Amarillo 52
1Sioux City83

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