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June 2010 Volume 9 • Issue 7

June Family Fun Events | Summer Sandwiches


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Unwind in North Carolina 66

Kaladi’s NEW Downtown Location 8 Northwoods Vista 12

CALENDAR June 2010 17 ET CETERA Sculpture Walk 24 YMCA Golf Classic – Fore the Kids 24


HEALTH & WELL-BEING Tired of Hiding Your Legs? 70




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AT HOME Christy and Thane Williams Home 29

Sioux Falls Family Hot Spots 77

VINO Say What? 38

Postpartum Depression: More than Just the “Blues” 82

RECIPES Quick & Easy Summer Sandwiches 42



Submit Your Child’s Photo 86

GO GREEN Greener Diet On-The-Go 51

NEIGHBOR Tammy Andrews 90


BEST FRIEND Vacation Time 92

Good Morning, Glory 56


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HISTORICAL MARKER All City Elementary 94

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NEW Downtown Location




he story behind the name of Kaladi’s Coffee Legend and Bistro is a time honored one among coffee lovers. It goes that many years ago in a faraway place, a humble goat herder named Kaldi noticed his flock was wildly energetic after eating the bright red berries from a shrub. After trying the berries himself with much the same result, Kaldi shared his findings with a passerby monk. The ingenious monk conducted dozens of experiments with the berries before finally stumbling upon the process for making - you guessed it - coffee. While no one knows what happened to the real Kaldi, we’re certain he would be pleased to know his name is immortalized by one of Sioux Falls’ enduring coffee and dining success stories. The original Kaladi’s, located on 26th St. and Minnesota Avenue, opened its doors in March of 2003. Founded by the father/daughter team of Chuck Bahnson and Susie Patrick, the original vision for Kaladi’s, according to Patrick, was to be a

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“cute little coffee shop,” but it wouldn’t take long before the store’s growth and success would put its owners in a position of running “a full scale restaurant business.” After building a loyal following at the Minnesota Avenue location, Bahnson and Patrick decided to expand in 2005, opening a second Kaladi’s store on south Main Avenue. The addition of the downtown site brought a new clientele to the business, but for Patrick, the secret to success remained the same. “Our goal has always been to create a locally-owned coffee shop that has a big city feel. We want our customers to feel comfortable when they are here and know that they are going to enjoy something fresh and delicious.” In April of this year, Patrick decided to move the location of the downtown restaurant to 200 S. Phillips. “It was just an opportunity we could not pass up. The corner space on Phillips and 10th makes it that much easier for our customers to find us.” The new location has the familiar Kaladi’s comforts: conventional tables and chairs mixed with cushier seating, and even a coffee bar where customers can sit or stand depending on their preference. Those wishing to commiserate with their laptop can take advantage of the WiFi access and businesses looking for a place to hold a small offsite meeting can utilize the conference room. Menu options at both Kaladi’s stores are the same with breakfast options including some newer twists such as Belgian

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waffles and French toast along with familiar standards such as egg paninis and frittatas. The lunch fare includes soups (the tomato basil and Kaladi’s chili are favorites), salads, wraps, and sandwiches (the Kaladi – a turkey sandwich with a generous mix of avocado, tomato and other veggie fixings comes highly recommended). For a dash of the sweet, the Kaladi’s Special K bar is perfect by itself or as the finishing touch to a satisfying meal “I think the thing that makes us special is that we’re local and everything we make is fresh. Nothing comes from a box or a bag. We use a local baker for all our bread (Breadsmith) and everything we use was made fresh that day,” notes Patrick. Finally, there is the coffee. Both Kaladi’s stores get their coffee from Alterra Coffee Roasters a premium roaster from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Patrick again points to freshness as a selling point with Alterra, “They roast, pack, and ship our coffee to us the day we order it. Alterra prides themselves on robust, fresh coffee and that’s why we use them exclusively.” With its two locations, Kaladi’s makes it easier than ever for patrons to enjoy the fresh fare and stimulating brew that has made it a Sioux Falls favorite for nearly a decade. Somewhere old Kaldi is smiling. 10th and Phillips Kaladi’s hours: Monday – Friday 6:45am - 4pm, Saturday 8am - 2pm www.kaladisbistro.com | Catering service available for groups from 1 to 1,000.

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ometimes it is easy to forget what relaxation feels like. It’s a sensation that comes far too rarely for most of us. The need to “get away” is something just about everyone feels in their hearts and minds, but the process of finding the right place can often be just as stressful and difficult as the workaday world we hope to escape. But for those that are looking to get away, but not too far away, there is an answer – Northwoods Vista. Northwoods Vista is situated on 80 acres of breathtaking private land near Newton Hills state park, 45 minutes from Sioux Falls. It features a beautifully appointed earth-home cabin with spectacular views of the surrounding hill country. Guests enjoy easy access to Newton Hills and the surrounding woodlands for hiking and outdoor activities. The cabin has two bedrooms that can sleep up to six and an outdoor patio that features a gas grill and fireplace. The cabin also features a full kitchen, living and dining area, and a full bath which contains a luxurious steam shower spa – perfect for guests who love the outdoors but relish modern day comforts. The living area is open and airy with comfortable leather furniture arranged to enjoy the window views or watch a movie on the TV/ DVD player. The cabin also has a utility room with a washer and dryer. The overall look is modern, tasteful, and relaxed.

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Owner Shirley De Weerd and her husband Kevin originally bought the property from a neighbor who began the original construction of the cabin. Working on the cabin became a “labor of love” for the De Weerds as they spent a year creating the welcoming place it is today. “We used it as our own retreat for quite some time, but as we grew to be empty nesters, I thought to myself, ‘this place has brought so much peace and joy to our family, it seems selfish not to share it with others.’” Sitting on the outdoor patio, the sensation of peace and tranquility makes an immediate impression. De Weerd explains that the attraction of Northwoods Vista is powerful but difficult for her return guests to put into words. “When I ask people about their stay, the first word out of their mouth is almost always, ‘Wow’ and then there is usually a pause and a smile. I think they leave relaxed and recharged. Everyone comes for different reasons, but in the end, they get what they need.” Northwoods Vista is a perfect venue for couples, families, or a small group of friends looking for a relaxing retreat. “Often times we’ll get groups of women who are out for a gals’ getaway,” noted De Weerd. “They enjoy letting their hair down, having a glass of wine, and enjoying the comfort of the cabin and the

peace and quiet of the outdoors.” Northwoods Vista can also provide the perfect compromise for “mixed marriages” – those unions between outdoor loving husbands and creature-comfort loving wives. “The guys can enjoy the woods and hunting grounds while the wives kick back

and relax in the cabin,” explains De Weerd. “We like to think it offers the best of both worlds.” At the conclusion of our visit, the urge to go out to the patio for one last look is overwhelming. De Weerd is all too familiar with the phenomenon. “That seems to be a ritual for all our

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The Pampered Bride Clinic Tue, June 1 • Interlude Bridal The ultimate beauty experience for the bride. Learn how to achieve a beautiful, glowing complexion. Discover the best makeup colors to bring out natural beauty, yet not look “made-up”. Door prizes also available. There is limited seating, so please register for June 1 or July 7 class. Interlude Bridal. 2425 S. Shirley Ave.(605) 323-2210.

Family Fun Night Wednesdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 • 4pm Wild Water West Waterpark • 5 miles West of the Sioux Falls Wednesday Family Fun Night! Receive half price on unlimited evening admissions between 4pm to 8pm every Wednesday this 2010 summer. INFO (605) 361-9313.

Ladies DIY Craft Night Wed, June 2 • 5:30 pm • Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. First Wednesday of each month. Every month, a new trend, material, and tutorial will be included in our crafters night out! June: Bib Necklaces — an easy craft that will transform any top! INFO (605) 271-9500. Starlab Inflatable Planetarium at the Old Courthouse Museum Wednesdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 • 1pm, 2pm, 3pm Old Courthouse Museum • Corner of 6th St. & Main Ave. Discover the night sky. Explore the constellations! Starlab Inflatable Planetarium is for children and adults to begin their own sky exploration. Each Starlab presentation lasts approximately 40 to 45 minutes. We can accommodate up to 25 people per program. Suitable for ages six and older. Programs begin promptly on the hour, no late admission. Tickets $1. INFO (605) 367-4210.

Historic Walking Tour of North McKennan Park Thu, June 3 • 7pm • McKennan Park Enjoy beautiful summer weather while learning about the Sioux Falls sites you pass by every day! $3 admission, please register in advance. INFO (605) 367-4210.

Strawbale Summer Porch Series Thurs., June 3, 10, 17, 24 • 5pm–8pm • Strawbale Winery • 47215 257th St. Renner, SD Every Thursday this summer, join your friends at Strawbale Winery for food, music, artists, and of course wine. The Series will feature local artisans with everything from purses and pottery to watercolors and jewelry. INFO (605) 543-5071.

Thursday Night BOGO Thursdays, June 3, 10, 17, 24 • 4pm Wild Water West Waterpark • 5 miles West of the Sioux Falls Thursday is BOGO night! Receive Buy-One-Get-One (equal or lesser value) Unlimited access to the park 4pm-8pm every Thursday this 2010 season. INFO (605) 361-9313.

Bill Mize and Beth Bramhall at the Old Courthouse Museum Summer Plaza Concert Series Fri, June 4 • 12pm • Old Courthouse Museum • Corner of 6th St. & Main Ave. Bill Mize and Beth Bramhall will perform acoustic fingerstyle guitar music with accordion from noon to 1 p.m. The concert will be held outside in the plaza behind the museum. Bring your lunch or purchase one from Kaladi’s Coffee Legend & Bistro. INFO (605) 367-4210. Downtown Block Party on the Eastbank Fri, June 4 • 6pm • 8th & Railroad Parking Lot

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une 2 Our summer block parties are held in conjunction with the First Friday activities taking place throughout downtown on the first Friday of every month. The fun begins at 6pm and runs until 11:00. Bring a lawn chair if you’d like; parking is free! INFO (605) 338-4009.

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Downtown First Fridays Fri, June 4 • Historic Downtown Sioux Falls A special time for shopping, art and entertainment downtown! Enjoy a full day and evening of culture and activity. Visit a variety of retailers, artist venues and fabulous restaurants, plus music and drinks at all your favorite hot spots! Ride FREE on the Trolley from 5-9pm. INFO (605) 338-4009. Greatest Show On H2O Fridays, June 4, 11, 18, 25 • 7pm • Catfish Bay Water Ski Park All new show every year. The Greatest Show On H2O at Catfish Bay is a fun family event. The show has comedy, acting, singing, dancing, and more all choreographed to amazing stunts on the water. It is an all ages show designed with the family in mind. INFO (605) 339-0911.

BORN – New Parent Forum Sat, June 5 • 10:30am University of Sioux Falls campus, McDonald Center Conference Room All forums are FREE and allow for open discussion and questions. We want to empower your family by providing resource information for pregnancy, birth, & early parenting. This month we will discuss: Staying fit during pregnancy and after, eating for two, chiropractic/acupuncture/massage to relieve discomforts in pregnancy. Visit www.BORN-midwest.org for more information.

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Altered Art Mix Class June 5 • noon - 3pm • Ages 13 to Adult Horse Barn Arts Center • 309 E. Falls Park Dr. Come sample different art media and start an art journey this summer. You will get a book to learn and create altering methods in class. All supplies included – feel free to bring photos, collage treasures and a favorite scissors. Beginners and experienced artists all welcome! Sign up with a friend! $50. Instructor: Lisa Vande Vegte. INFO 977-2002. Bikes & Babes Rally For Miracles Poker Run to Benefit the Children’s Miracle Network Sat, June 5 • 11am • J&L Harley-Davidson • 2601 W. 60th Street North Poker run with lots of fun and great prizes! All proceeds to benefit the Children’s Miracle Network. INFO (605) 334-2721.

Downtown Moonlight Movies Saturdays, June 5, 12, 19, 26 • 9pm • Fawick Park in Downtown Sioux Falls Enjoy FREE family movies in Fawick Park every Saturday night. The movie will begin at dusk. Bring your favorite chair or blanket and sit back and enjoy the show. Refreshments will be sold during the movies. We ask that you do not bring coolers or pets and no alcohol is allowed in the city park. INFO (605) 338-4009. Siouxland Renaissance Festival Sat, June 5 • 10am; Sun, June 6 • 11am • Sioux Empire Fairgrounds Food and Vendors outdoors and indoors. Indoor Jousting. Rain or shine our Knights are dry! The festival will host a wide variety of vendors plying their trade and offering goods of every kind; foods to suit every taste; and a realm especially for children. Tickets $8. INFO (866) 489-9241. Author Jeff Barnes Presents Forts of Dakota Territory Sun, June 6 • 2pm • Old Courthouse Museum • Corner of 6th St. & Main Ave. Author Jeff Barnes will discuss the history and current conditions of the 10 military forts in North and South Dakota which saw some of the most interesting and exciting history in the Sioux Indian Wars. Barnes is the author of “Forts of the Northern Plains: Guide to Historic Military Posts of the Plains Indian Wars.” Copies of the book will be available, a signing will follow the program. INFO (605) 367-4210. Broadway Bash Sun, June 6 • 8pm • Terrace Park • W. 4th St. & Euclid Ave. in the bandshell A free Sioux Falls Municipal Band outdoor concert featuring music of Broadway. INFO (605) 367-7290.

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2010 Stampin’ Up Sun, June 6 • 5:30 pm • Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. Please bring adhesive/double stick scotch tape or tape runner, or you can purchase some for $3. Each registered guest will make 4 of each card design for a total of 16 cards. Participate in both class sessions-there will be a variety of card choices at each session. Max: 10. $25. To register, call the museum (credit card required), or visit the museum M-F, 9am-4pm. INFO (605) 2719500. The ’40s Sun, June 6 • 3pm • McKennan Park A free outdoor Sioux Falls Municipal Band concert featuring music of the 1940s. INFO (605) 367-7290.

YMCA Golf Classic-Fore the Kids Sun, June 6 • 4pm • Minnehaha Country Club Presented by StarMark Cabinetry and hosted by Kris Tschetter. The 2009 Golf Classic netted $184,000 for the YMCA Middle School After School Program. We don’t want to stop there! Talk to your company about supporting the event through sponsorships or in-kind donations. Kids welcome Monday 8:00 am for the Youth Exhibition. Please see our website for more details. www.starmarkcabinetry.com/golfclassic/ or call (605) 838-7380. Bring Your Friends Night Mondays, June 7, 14, 21, 28 • 4pm Wild Water West Waterpark • 5 miles West of the Sioux Falls Monday Night Bring Your Friends Night! Bring up to 10 people to receive admission for only $40 for the group. This price includes Unlimited Admission any time after 4pm to 8pm every Monday night this 2010 summer. INFO (605) 361-9313.

Beginner’s Photography Tue, June 8 • 7pm • Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. Learn the core basics of DSLRs (digital single-lens reflex camera)-from controlling the camera to shooting interesting subjects, and making the most of available light. The first Tuesday of each class will consist of learning about your camera: the terms and tools. The following week will include a trip downtown to practice what you’ve learned! Please bring your camera to each class session. Max: 8. $15. To register, call the museum (credit card required), or visit the museum M-F, 9am-4pm. INFO (605) 271-9500. Fond Memories Tue, June 8, 2010 - 7:30 pm • Dow Rummel Village • 1321 W. Dow Rummel St. A free Sioux Falls Municipal Band concert featuring popular standards from the ‘20s through the ‘50s. INFO (605) 367-7290. Basic Beading Wed, June 9 • 3pm • The Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. You will use Czech Fire Polish beads and Silver beads strung onto Stretch Magic to create your own bracelet! Learn your basic knot and stringing techniques! $10. INFO (605) 271-9500.

Self-Hypnosis Workshop Wednesday Workshops: June 9, June 16, June 23, June 30 • 6:30-8pm Heal With Hypnosis LLC • 3701 West 49th Street 2nd floor conference room. (Elevator accessible) During this workshop you will learn the basics of self-hypnosis and then apply what you have learned for the many benefits of positive thinking. Self-hypnosis is taught in small groups of up to 6 people to ensure quality attention to each person. Fee: $20 per workshop. Call (605) 940-8389 to register or online at www.healwithhypnosis.com/workshops. Preregistration is required. Behind the Scenes Tour of the Old Courthouse Museum Thu, June 10 • 6:30pm • Old Courthouse Museum • 6th St. & Main Ave. Take a look behind the closed doors of the Old Courthouse Museum and see the artifact storage and exhibit shop and work areas. Please call 367-4210 ext. 0 to pre-register. Historic Walking Tour of the Warehouse District Thu, June 10 • 7pm • Old Courthouse Museum • Corner of 6th St. & Main Ave. Enjoy beautiful summer weather while learning about the Sioux Falls sites

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Sioux Falls Quilters Guild Thu, June 10 • 6:45 pm Southern Hills Methodist Church • 3400 E. 49th Street. The Sioux Falls Quilters Guild Meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Each month includes a program and show and tell. The purpose of our guild is to encourage a wider appreciation of quilting; to raise and maintain standards of design, individual ideas and expression; and to keep interest alive by promoting local quilt projects and programs and doing charitable works. The SFQG sponsors a quilt show in odd numbered years which started in 1991. Members display their quilts and quilted projects. Next Quilt Show will be Nov. 5 - 6, 2011 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. INFO (605) 371-1714.

The Ballroom Dance Club June 11 • 8pm - 11:30pm • El Riad Shrine • 14th and Phillips Ballroom dancing to the music of Everett Boyer. Guests welcome, $10 each at the door, yearly membership available. Dressy/business casual requested. INFO (605) 212-4017.

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Camp Lakodia Poker Run Sat, June 12 • 11am • J&L Harley-Davidson • 2601 West 60th Street North Fundraiser for Camp Lakodia. Registration starts at J&L Harley-Davidson at 11am. INFO (605) 334-2721.

Great Plains Balloon Race Sat, June 12 • 6am & 6:30 pm; Sun, June 13 • 6am • Kenny Anderson Park The morning skyline will fill with balloons as more than 30 hot-air balloons are set to take flight over Sioux Falls (Weather permitting). The Great Plains Balloon Race is a wonderful family spectacle that everyone from kids to great-grandparents will enjoy and it’s FREE! If these two flights are not able to take place the pilots will try again on Sunday, June 13th at 6am. INFO (605) 339-1070.

Spinning Sunday and Warm-Up America June 13 • 1-4pm • Horse Barn Arts Center • 309 E. Falls Park Dr. Join Knitters & Crocheters for a great time! INFO 977-2002.

Automania June 11 - 13 • Sioux Empire Fairgrounds Location Details - The event will kickoff on Friday night in the Historic Downtown Sioux Falls on Phillips. The event will continue on Saturday at the Sioux Empire Fairgrounds. Sundays will conclude with a tour of “What’s in your Garage” throughout Sioux Falls. This year’s Automania will offer more cars and more entertainment than ever before as we take advantage of over 80 acres of excitement. This fun family event includes live rock ‘n’ roll bands, collector car auction, hot rod swap meet & flea market, ‘What’s In Their Garage Tour’, food and exciting auto related vendors. INFO (605) 338-4009.

Fish and Chirps Sun, June 13 • 8pm • Terrace Park A free Sioux Falls Municipal Band outdoor concert featuring music with ocean, fish and bird themes. INFO (605) 367-7290.

Dan and Mark Trio at the Old Courthouse Museum Summer Plaza Concert Series Fri, June 11 • noon • Old Courthouse Museum • Corner of 6th St. & Main Ave. The Dan & Mark Trio will perform new and old jazz standards from noon to 1 p.m.

Early Sioux Falls Cemeteries Bus Tour Mondays, June 14 & 28 • 6:30 pm • Falls Park Learn about early Sioux Falls history through a tour of historic cemeteries. Call 367-8222 to register.

Traveling Across America Sun, June 13 • 3pm Trail Ridge Retirement Community • 3408 W. Ralph Rogers Rd. A free outdoor Municipal Band concert featuring music descriptive of American cities, states and regions. INFO (605) 367-7290.

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Horse Barn Open Mic Poetry Night June 15 • 7-9pm • 309 E. Falls Park Dr. Join us in our monthly poetry reading. All poets are invited to read from their original works, from a favorite poet, or just come to listen and enjoy. INFO 977-2002.

Sunnycrest Village Auxiliary Bake & Craft Sale Sioux Falls Municipal Band Concert Tue, June 15 • 6pm • Sunnycrest Village • 3900 S. Terry Ave. Sunnycrest Auxiliary will host a bake & Craft sale. All proceeds go to help make beautifications to the lounges and outdoor areas of Sunnycrest. At 7 pm, Sioux Falls Municipal Band will have a concert in the main parking lot. INFO (605) 361-1422.

Walk-In Wednesday Wednesday, June 16 • 1-5pm Heal With Hypnosis LLC • 3701 West 49th Street, Suite 203C. • (Elevator accessible) Consulting Hypnotist Rebecca Wiener will be available to answer questions about hypnosis and help you discover how hypnosis can help you improve your life and achieve your goals. No appointment needed! For more information please visit www.healwithhypnosis.com/workshops Historic Walking Tour of Mt. Pleasant Cemetery Thu, June 17 • 7pm • Mount Pleasant Cemetery • 2001 East 12th Street. Enjoy beautiful summer weather while learning about the Sioux Falls sites you pass by every day! $3 admission, please register in advance by calling 367-4210. Dorian Michael at the Old Courthouse Museum Summer Plaza Concert Series Fri, June 18 • noon • Old Courthouse Museum • Corner of 6th St. & Main Ave.

Dorian Michael will perform contemporary and traditional acoustic guitar from noon to 1 p.m. in the plaza behind the Old Courthouse Museum. Bring your lunch or purchase one from The Pickle Barrel. INFO (605) 367-4210.

Bark Rangers EXTREME! Sat, June 19 • 1pm • The Outdoor Campus • 49th and Oxbow Avenue Join us for an open house afternoon for DOGS and their families! Learn dog training tips, learn about Sioux Falls dog parks, send your kids to a dog bite prevention class, meet some rescued dogs and meet some dogs that rescue people! We’ll have hunting dog demonstrations and a veterinarian on hand to talk to you about your dog’s health. All dogs will get an official BARK RANGER arf scarf and be a member of our elite squad. INFO (605) 362-2777. Festival of Cultures Sat, June 19 • 11am - 7pm • Falls Park Travel the world without leaving Sioux Falls by visiting the 14th Annual Festival of Cultures. Experience sights, sounds and tastes of the world. Event includes a parade of flags, sales and display booths, entertainment, Kid’s World, ethnic food and diversity awards. INFO (605) 367-7400.

Mrs. South Dakota America 2010 pageant June 19 • 8pm • Ann Zabel Theater (Orpheum Theater) Tickets $10. For more information, please call 334-0619.

History From the River Canoe Trip Sat, June 19 • 9am • Farm Field Park Corner of 57th Street and Western Avenue and conclude downtown near 6th Street. Learn about historic Sioux Falls landmarks while traveling down the Big Sioux River. $10 Adults, $8 ages 8-17. Call 367-4210 for registration and information. INFO (605) 367-4210.

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2010 Fabulous Fathers! Sun, June 20 • 8pm • Terrace Park • W. 4th St. & Euclid Ave. in the bandshell A free Sioux Falls Municipal Band outdoor band concert honoring Father’s Day. INFO (605) 367-7290. March On Tue, June 22 • 7:30 pm • Inn on Westport • 4000 S. Westport Ave. A free Sioux Falls Municipal Band outdoor concert featuring marches. INFO (605) 367-7290.

Historic Walking Tour of the South End Cathedral District Thu, June 24 • 7pm • Pettigrew Home & Museum • 131 N Duluth The tour will meet at the Pettigrew Home & Museum located just two blocks from Downtown on the corner of 8th Street and Duluth Avenue. Enjoy beautiful summer weather while learning about the Sioux Falls sites you pass by every day! $3 admission, please call 367-4210 to register in advance. Bike Night Fri, June 25 • 6pm • J&L Harley-Davidson • 2601 West 60th Street North Bike Night is an evening when riding enthusiast of all types can gather together and share ideas and show off new products or custom work. All brands are welcome. There will be live entertainment and tons of fun activities for everyone! INFO (605) 334-2721.

Salute to the Troops June 25 - 27 • WH Lyon Fairgrounds The Salute to the Troops is free to the public and military families. The weekend appreciates veterans and current military of all eras, wartime and peacetime with historical displays, equipment, seminars, re-enactments and community programs. INFO (605) 413-6171. Summer Singers at the Old Courthouse Museum Summer Plaza Concert Series Fri, June 25 • noon Old Courthouse Museum • Corner of 6th St. & Main Ave.

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The Sioux Falls Parks and Rec. Summer Singers will perform from noon to 1 p.m. in the plaza behind the Old Courthouse Museum. Bring your lunch or purchase one from Kaladi’s Coffee Legend & Bistro. INFO (605) 367-4210.

Bark in the Park Dog Walk Sat, June 26 • 9am • Spencer Dog Park Cliff Avenue & I-229 Spencer Dog Park The Bark in the Park is a fundraiser to support pets at the Sioux Falls Area Humane Society. Dogs and their humans are invited to attend. Fun, games, prizes, and contests. 2K Walk and 4K Run. Go to www.firstgiving.com/SFAHS to register. All animals must have up to date vaccinations and city license. INFO (605) 338-4441.

Family Outdoor Try It Day Sat, June 26 • 10am • The Outdoor Campus • 49th and Oxbow Avenue Bring family and friends to The Outdoor Campus for a fun filled day of sampling a wide variety of outdoor activities. Activities include: kayaking, canoeing, archery, BB guns, outdoor cooking and geocaching, just to name a few! This event is for families, but children under 8 will not be allowed in kayaks and canoes. No pre-registration is required - it’s an open house style event, so drop in any time between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. INFO (605) 362-2777. In the Sousa Style Sun, June 27 • 8pm • Terrace Park • W. 4th St. & Euclid Ave. in the bandshell A free Sioux Falls Municipal Band outdoor concert featuring music of John Philip Sousa. INFO (605) 367-7290.

Whistler’s Mother Tue, June 29 • 7:30 pm • Waterford at All Saints • 111 W. 17th St. A free Sioux Falls Municipal Band outdoor concert featuring tunes with whistling. INFO (605) 367-7290. Sioux Falls Food Bank Fundraiser Wednesday, June 30 •5pm - 7pm • West 12th Street Sunshine Store We invite you to join us to help raise money for the Sioux Falls Food Bank! $1.00 Porkloin Sandwiches and Pop. For more information www.sdpork.org

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50 beautiful new sculptures have arrived in downtown Sioux Falls for the seventh annual SculptureWalk. This year artists came from several states, Canada, England and China.

Skydiver by Dana Parlier, Brooklyn, NY, in front of the Wells Fargo Building at 9th & Phillips.

SculptureWalk is regarded as one of the best public displays of art in the country. There is truly something for everyone. Kids love the sculptures of playful animals and children. And whether your tastes are more for realistic detail, stylized or abstract, SculptureWalk has something for everyone. Think of it as an art gallery that is always open and always free! New this year are a photo contest and a chance to win a $1000 prize through the SculptureWalk Discovery program. Just answer the question on the back of the People’s Choice ballot for a chance in the drawing.

Artist Kun Zhang from China with his sculpture Xie Yun (Harmony)

The photo contest will be run through the SculptureWalk Facebook page with monthly prizes, a Best of Show to be chosen in October and a People’s Choice to be awarded through Facebook votes.

Artist Yupin Pramotepipop from Brooklyn, NY polishes her piece Friendship Knot #2

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Three LPGA Pros Would Like to Give Your Kids Golf Lessons. For free. A free clinic for young golfers is just one reason to join Kris Tschetter, Cindy Rarick and Paige Mackenzie at the seventh annual YMCA Golf Classic. On Monday, June 7, 9 am at Minnehaha Country Club, you and the young golfers in your life can enjoy a Youth Clinic, Celebrity Skills Challenge and Long Drive Exhibition. Not only will your young golfers learn from the pros, you’ll meet ESPN’s Linda Cohn, long drive champion David Mobley and country music star Steve Azar.

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childhood home at 2500 W. Bailey Street, they decided that only a home that would reflect their personal aesthetic would do. “When we moved into our home, we wanted to make sure it felt as if we were going into the same home I grew up in,

but modernize it to fit our personal style,” said Christy. “Even though the home has been completely remodeled, we still wanted to keep certain elements as a tribute to my parents.” The pair bought the home in 2005, shortly after Christy’s mom

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innovative, one-of-a-kind furniture. While the overall remodel project has been a happy and productive collaboration for both, it’s also been a steady process. A vast majority of the house has been taken down to the studs, with one room being remodeled at any given time. The Williams’ opted to set their own due date for the overall transformation,

because they never felt pressured into having a particular deadline in order to finish the project. “We just wanted to go at our own pace,” said Christy. “We basically started from scratch, so it’s definitely been a process. But, all of the work we’ve put into it has made it so worth while. We know that wouldn’t have been the case if we would have purchased a newer home.”

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Thane and Christy have worked together to create their dream home. The kitchen features rich walnut cabinets adorned with stainless steel hardware that blends perfectly with the appliances and black-tiled floors. Just off the kitchen, the dining area is complete with four black-molded chairs, a contemporary round table, and unique and eclectic artwork that balances the



room and adds a splash of color into the mix. The living room is open and bright with a bay window, colorful, vintage Eames chairs, and assorted artwork. The colors of light yellow and beige add depth to the room and the shelves hold an assortment of vintage Herman Miller and Eames books that provide a rich history to each piece of furniture in the room.

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“We opted to forgo purchasing a newer home because we viewed this home as a personal gain,” said Thane. “We looked at the situation as we could either buy a newer, bigger home and not be able to furnish it entirely, or we could purchase a smaller home and fill it with nicer amenities.” The house pays


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while out of town for concerts. We’ve just been extremely lucky.” Lucky, indeed. An Eames Aluminum Group chair, which closely resembles the chair the couple found in the garbage years ago, can be purchased today at Room and Board or Herman Miller for roughly $1,200 - $1,600. The chair was originally designed in 1958, but still manages to look timeless in the 21st century. The chair’s sleek lines and classic design make it appropriate for any home. Outside and in, the Williams’ personal mark is everywhere - in the artwork, the furniture, lamp fixtures, and assorted details. They’ve seamlessly blended the vintage with the contemporary, and created a modern home with old bones. After five years of tidying and fixing up the place, Christy and Thane are happy with the end-result of the DIY project that fits both their personal style and pays tribute to Christy’s late parents.

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chaperone and said, “Yeah, the kids can’t wait to see Clarence Thomas on the big screen!” It happens to all of us…something is said, and we hear something completely different. There are so many wine terms, grape names, and wine-growing regions that are not only hard to pronounce but can be misheard very easily. So, this month, I hope to demystify some of the challenging lexicon associated with the wonderful world of wine. Let’s start off with an easy one: Malbec. I remember first hearing about this grape about seven or eight years ago when Argentina was starting to ferment this grape as a 100% bottling. I also remember hearing all sorts of mutations of the name of this grape. At first I thought it was Melbac. Then I heard a wine sales rep call it Malbac. Then someone else corrected him and said it was pronounced Melbec. Long story short, it sounds the

way it looks: MAHL-BECK. Pretty easy, right? This little grape was originally used in France as a blending grape but now stands on its own especially in Argentina. By the way, this is the best wine you’ve never had. Ask for it by name at your favorite restaurant or search the South American section at your favorite wine store — you won’t be sorry. Next up… Meritage. At first glance, looks pretty easy, but again, this is one of those words that evolved and was actually coined for very specific wines from California. Meritage is a proprietary term used to denote red and white Bordeaux-style wines without infringing on the Bordeaux (France) region’s legally protected designation of origin. Winemakers must license the Meritage trademark from its owner, the California-based Meritage Alliance. And just for the record, it’s not pronounced with a French accent; it’s pronounced like the word ‘heritage.’ Give it a try!

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There are a host of grapes that are commonly mispronounced but are easily learned. Here’s a quick lesson: Merlot… the ‘t’ is silent, please, with a long ‘o.’ Cabernet… again, the ‘t’ is silent and is pronounced CAB-ER-NAY. Pinot Noir… this one’s kind of funny: PEE-NO-NOO-ARE, now say it fast! Shiraz… if you’re from Down Under, it’s SURE-AS. Chianti… KEY-YAHN-TEE Bordeaux… BORE-DOH Côtes du Rhône… COAT-DEW-ROHN Tempranillo… TEMPRA-NEE-YOH Carmenere… CAR-MEN-AIR Chardonnay… SHAR-DUN-AY Sauvignon Blanc… SOHV-EEN-YAWN BLAH-NK Pinot Grigio… PEE-NO GREE-GEE-OH Riesling… REECE-LING Albariño… AHL-BAH-REEN-YOH Chablis… SHAH-BLEE Here’s a tricky one…Gewürztraminer. I know it looks like a mouthful, but if you split it up into two parts, it becomes much easier: Gewurz and Traminer. In fact, the Traminer grape is originally from Italy, but the Gewürztraminer grape is predominant in France (Alsace) and Germany who make a nice

dry white wine with strong aromas of apricots and pears and has a spicy finish on the palate. Next time you ask for one, ask for a GEVURTZ-TRAH-MEAN-ER, or you can just say GEVURTZ for short. Lastly, there is a wonderful wine-growing region in one of the most northern points in Italy called Alto Adige. Known for spectacularly crisp Pinot Grigio, and a predominantly German speaking area, Alto Adige is part of the larger northeastern Italian region known as Tre Venezie (Three Venices.) Other Pinot Grigio producing subregions in this area include Trentino, Friuli, and Veneto. Alto Adige is commonly mispronounced which is a shame because one of the world’s best Pinot Grigio’s comes from there: the fabulous Santa Margherita Pinot Grigio. Here is your pronunciation guide for Alto Adige: ALTO AH-DEE-JEH. The rule when pronouncing Italian words is to always put the emphasis on the first syllable. To become fluent in any language, you must immerse yourself in the culture in order to absorb every idiosyncrasy the language has to offer. The more diverse your wine selections, the more fluent and proficient you will become in the language of wine. Don’t get stuck in a rut. Take the road less traveled. Explore the expansive world of wine and try something new. Like Mae West said, “I’ll try anything once, twice if I like, three times to make sure.” Carpe Vino! Contact Riccardo at riccardot@westwardhocountryclub.com

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love to cook. I find that my time in the kitchen can be cathartic; chopping and mincing and grinding. At other times, it is a creative outlet. That may seem strange for a guy who makes a living coming up with ideas and being paid for my creativity, but when I’m in the kitchen, it’s a different kind of creative. It’s not a headline that will be read by thousands. There is no pressure for “return on investment.” When I’m cooking, my creativity is just for me. Sure, I usually share the fruits of my labor with my family and friends, but deep down, I’m doing it for me. Sometimes when I cook, I feel atavistic. I will fire up the grill; man conquers fire and harnesses its heat for his power. There is something very primal about meat cooked over fire. Maybe that’s why I lean towards rare meat, I still want to see the flesh and feel the texture in my teeth. Other times I will, quite literally, wake up with an idea for a meal. If the dream gods are smiling on me, I’ll have the

ingredients in the fridge or pantry. Other times it requires several trips to specialty stores. Sometimes the results are great. Other times, we end up feeding a lot of well-intentioned, expensive ingredients to the dog. At worst, we won’t even feed it to the dog. Often, my inspiration comes from the ingredients I find as I shop. And for me, shopping is an adventure. On my typical summer Saturday morning, I get up early, visit a restaurant or coffee shop for breakfast, and then head to the Falls Park Farmers Market. I’ll carefully choose locally grown onions, carrots, patty pan squash and zucchini. I’ll take a few minutes to chat with the vendors who produce this vegetable bounty, many with dirt still under their fingernails. Then it’s off to the bread store and then across the parking lot to the Natural Foods Coop. At each stop I chat with the friendly staff and other jovial shoppers. Now I head further south to my favorite butcher shop. When I



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enter the door and am greeted with “Good morning Mr. Mathis, so what’s for dinner tonight?” “I don’t know yet, what looks good today?” I might walk out with fresh fish or lamb or beef, or maybe the veal I dreamt about. I will peer through the glass cases like a kid in a candy store. I’ll make my choice and engage in some small talk with the guys at the shop then I’m off. On my way back home I may stop at the wine shop to pick up a few bottles and chat with the proprietor. She knows her wine and always has great recommendations. And I always stop for wine last, that way I at least know what we’re eating even if I don’t know how it will be prepared. At each of the stops on my Saturday morning rounds, I’m looking for quality ingredients and the shopping experience. And I’m not just talking to clerks; they’re craftsmen and artisans, caring stewards of the land and knowledgeable experts. And each of those experts lends some of their wisdom to my kitchen. Back home, with the trunk of my small car loaded with goodies, I get to work. The veggies get a good washing, and depending on the meat I bought, I may rub the steaks or marinate the poultry. The creativity begins. I start to think about how can I best enjoy each item? What herbs will bring out their flavor? Should I grill this or pickle that? I may grab the laptop for a little research—recently I stumbled on some beautiful looking

lamb ribs but had no idea what to do with them. At times like that, Google can be a cook’s best friend. On those first warm spring days, I’ll often plan my menu around things I can cook entirely outdoors. Or a cold winter Sunday may lead me to a big pot of soup to keep us warm through the week. If I’m feeling mischievous, I might try to surprise my wife with one of her favorites when she thought I was making something else. The point is, no matter what I am cooking, I look at my time in the kitchen not as work, but as fun. So that’s why I cook. I know a lot of you are working moms, just trying to get a meal on the table between the eight-to-five career and soccer/band/homework/PTA. But find a little time, one night a week (or even once a month) when you kick the kids and hubby out of the kitchen and cook for the sheer joy of cooking. Create a meal that makes you happy. Who cares if the kids won’t eat it? Make your husband turn off NASCAR and set the table. Have fun in the kitchen for once. You deserve it. They deserve it. Do yourself a favor, eat something good today. When he’s not cooking Jim runs ADwerks, an ad agency in uptown Sioux Falls. See what he’s cooking at facebook.com/ mathis.jim






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am not shy about my love of food. I don’t, however, always love food that loves back. Luckily for me, there are choices out there that are good for me and the environment. I’m looking at some ways we can work healthy living food into our diets, whether we are shopping the grocery aisle or the drive up window. Dinner is looking greener all the time. Many recognizable names in the food industry are getting a makeover. Thus “green” is no longer just a philosophy toted by longhaired hippies or college freshmen, it is going corporate. Big business is feeling pressure from the government, environmental groups, and consumers to have a greener image. The business of burgers and fries has gotten a bad rap in environmental sectors. McDonald’s is the largest purchaser of beef in America, so they know a thing or two about the industry. McDonalds.com has several links with titles like “The Road to Sustainability” and “Greener Than Ever.” Perhaps all this green-talk is more than just hype. Newsweek’s “Green Rankings 2009” named McDonald’s 22nd (out of 500 of America’s largest corporations, online at greenrankings.newsweek.com) based on such actions as purchasing fish from sustainable fisheries, buying cattle raised without destroying rainforests, and announcing intent to reduce pesticide and styrofoam use. Burger King (bk.com) also strives to develop “changes that will be positive on the environment without compromising operational standards.” It remains to be seen whether these fast food giants will blaze a green trail or just make a sound byte. I am not advocating the drive thru window as an act of environmentalism, but we

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need to be aware of what companies promise and what larger changes are needed. Of course, I can’t forget caffeine-on-the-go. Newsweek bestowed Starbucks with #10 in the Green Rankings. Next time you order your Venti skinny vanilla latte with an extra shot, take a look at the small print on the cup and sleeve to learn about Starbuck’s use of post-consumer recycled fibers in its paper products. Better yet, have them fill up your reusable mug instead. For more info visit starbucks.com/sharedplanet. In other caffeine fronts, PepsiCo and The Coca Cola Company are committed to using recycled content in plastic bottle production. While the bottles may feel a bit flimsier, ultimately they get the job done. If you prefer the grocery store to the drive up window, there

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items that don’t have excessive packaging and use recycled materials. The Gold Star in my search was Kashi, which uses 100% recycled paperboard and reduced its overall packaging by 11% in its frozen dinners. There is a philosophy that eliminates processed foods, additives, refined sugars, etc. and instead incorporates fresh, sustainably produced foods. In her book The Kind Diet, Alicia Silverstone (you may remember her from Clueless) shares how this lifestyle changed her life. While she shares her vegan choices and recipes, she also advocates flirting with the idea to add good-for-you (and mother earth) foods to your diet. Check out her website at kindlife.com. To add kinder foods to your own diet, visit Falls Park Farmers Market Saturdays 8am-1pm May through October; and Sioux Empire Farmers

Market Saturdays at 8th & Railroad Center, Tuesdays at the Kohl’s parking lot and Thursdays at the Eastside Shopko (visit siouxempirefarmersmarket.com for times). Eating green also extends to your restaurant choices. There are old favorites, like Queen City Bakery, and new options like Mixed (mixedgogreen.com) - opening in June on Louise Ave next to Chuck-E-Cheese - where can design your own salad, wrap or panini. They offer a place where you can “feel good about where you are eating and what you are eating,” according to owner and general manager Cole Shawd. The fast, casual environment offers you healthy greens and also an eco-friendly operation behind the scenes from flooring, lighting, cleaning products and paper products. From fast food to groceries to restaurants, make your diet environmentally healthier.

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ho hasn’t gloried in the precious blue of morning glory flowers, the same hue as that of rare lapis lazuli, the stone ground into pigment by medieval artists to paint the cloak of the Virgin Mary? But this cherished color of a modest virgin rides in on a rambunctious plant. Tendrils quickly elongate and corkscrew their way to the top of any wire, string, or stem. They are picture perfect on a white picket fence or a solution for camouflaging a tar-soaked telephone post. Each morning glory flower is made up of five fused petals that open into wide funnel shapes. They hug dense leafy columns like blue brooches pinned onto a green mohair coat. A blur of white dots the centers. After a single day, funnels collapse and twist closed like wrung out dishrags to protect the fertilized ova. Later in the season, one can easily harvest plump seeds to save for next year’s vines. While the Aztecs used certain Ipomoea seeds for their hallucinogenic properties, seeds are toxic and potentially lethal. The familiar blue morning glory and other annual vine relatives, also called granny vines, listed below are from the genus/species Ipomoea tricolor (Ipomoea derives from Greek ips meaning “a worm” and homo for “like” – “worm like”). They

are in the family Convolvulaceae (derived from Latin, convolere, meaning “to entwine”), which contains several hundred members mostly from the tropics and subtropics. Here we grow them as annuals (though the common noxious weed, field bindweed is in this family and unfortunately a hardy perennial). The blue of morning glory vines is also precious for the long time we must wait for flowers to develop on the vines, as long as three months from seed. Never fear, early June is soon enough to get seeds planted, but don’t put it off much longer. In future years you might start seeds early in peat pots and transplant them in late May when ground has sufficiently warmed to trick plants into believing they are still in their native latitudes. Soak the extremely hard seeds for 24 hours before planting. Loosen soil where they are to grow, and press seeds a half-inch deep. If soil is sufficiently warm, they will sprout in a week, and tiny tendrils will soon “feel” the air around them and reach for the sparest of support, anything they can grasp, ready to explode into wall-covering possibilities. Once rooted in, morning glory vines are tolerant of poor dry soils. Rich soils and fertilizer encourage too much foliage and flowers will be few. Full to half day sun allows greatest vigor. Next to a hot sidewalk or driveway where soil is extra warm, they’ll

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grow even faster. Once established, average rainfall is sufficient. Ipomoea tricolor ‘Heavenly Blue’ is always a worthy choice and commonly found in nursery seed racks. Unique ‘Tie Dye’ swirls lavender through blue and leaves splash white on green. Like a loud dresser, some plants just know how to attract extra attention. ‘Pearly Gates’, a mutation of ‘Heavenly Blue’, has snowy petals with cream throats. ‘Scarlet O’Hara’ is red. ‘Grandpa Ott’s’ is an old heirloom morning glory of magnificent blue color. Another old species goes by “choice mix.” After seed over-wintered where it was dropped in Perennial Passion’s garden, seedlings sprouted profusely. Vines clambered into the tall grasses, circumnavigated the thorny canes of tall and short roses, and completely covered over portions of the woven wire fence. But we tolerated their nuisance because purple, pink, and magenta flowers greeted me each summer morning when I walked through that special garden where the sun always seemed to shine. Their colors were pure and fresh, having just opened in the early light. Occasionally a newcomer annual morning glory promises flowers in a shorter time period than the old fashioned ones, but I’ve never confirmed these claims. ‘Hatsu Arashi’ is an award winning morning glory from Japan that claims flowers in less than six weeks after sowing. ‘Early Call’ supposedly blooms at a

shorter height and therefore earlier. At Perennial Passion we sold morning glory plants growing in four-inch containers. Young vines quickly wormed their way upward, twining all over each other like masses of snakes writhing together during a spring breeding frenzy. Untangling them was tricky, the vines that is. We learned to give each pot a wide space and long thin bamboo for climbing. But to our surprise, after plants grew in small pots for only a few weeks and vines were less than a couple of feet long, they began to bloom. Customers were delighted to find them in flower and took them home, but once roots were given freedom in unconfined soil, blooming subsided until later. We deduced that, like other plants we knew, pot-bound roots often force early flowering. Though I never tried this experiment, I’ve often suggested it: submerge various sizes of plastic containers filled with soil to ground level, and plant seeds in each. Compare the date of flower onset and heights reached. I’ve also wondered if lowering the height of the support system would encourage earlier blooming. If any of you experiment with either of the two above ideas, let me know and I’ll report on it. How sweet it is; summer is here at last. May these next few months of days be as precious as the blue of morning glory.

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These ceramic travel mugs will make you smile during your morning commute. $18 each at Go Casual. 124 S. Phillips Ave. (605) 334-5795.

Shop the Fifth Avenue Collection local showroom — located near the Sioux Falls Regional Airport — to find the stunning pieces you need to create the layered look. Tirxie Frog Necklace $69.99, Gold Cuff $29.99, Heart Warming Necklace $39.99 and Color Me Spring Bracelet $39.99 at Fifth Avenue Collection. 708 E. Benson Road. (605) 335-0602.

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KaZAM bikes are the most realistic approach today to teaching kids to learn to ride a pedaled bicycle. It is the balance first, pedal next approach to learning to ride a bicycle. Winner of Oppenheim Toy Portfolio Gold Seal Award 2009 - Best Toy Award given to outstanding new products that enhance the lives of children. Comes in red, green, blue and pink and just $99.99 at Kidtopia. 57th & Western. 334-4825.

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Beachstone doormats, runners and placemats will add a touch of sophistication to your home. Created from smoothed & polished river stones. From $15 at Tote-ally Gorgeous Boutique. 57th & Western. 274-3500.

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A rainbow of bows has arrived at Sprout. Mix and match these interchangeable bows from Beyond Creations bow collection. Prices range from $5.50 - $14 at Sprout Boutique. 2425 S. Shirley Ave. (605) 271-2999.

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No feeding required for these colorful creatures! These playful, ceramic tree frogs will fit anyone’s style. Available in a variety of colors. $10.95 at the 1948 Trading Co. 1324 Cedar St., Brandon. (605) 582-8644.

Enjoy a famous elk or bison burger - or any of our fresh local food - on our patio all summer long. Wild Sage Grille, Open MondaySaturday 11am-2pm for lunch & 5-9pm for Dinner. 300 N. Cherapa Place. 274-1667

New at Attitudes! Celebrate Summer

Spruce up your home or door — inside or out — with a fresh and bright summer wreath. Josephine’s Floral Design. 401 E. 8th St. 338-9290.

A Treat for Dad

Paint dad a keepsake BBQ platter he’ll have for years to come. Kid’s footprints make the hamburger bun. $22 + tax at Color Me Mine. 3709 W. 41st Street. (605) 362-6055.

See the new line of LaHola at Attitudes. All pieces and hand made and one-of-a-kind from Egypt. Made from elements of the Earth. Handbag shown $219, necklace $165. Attitudes. 26th & Western. (605) 335-7850.

Brighton® Beads

You’ll love the Brighton® beads bracelets. Mix and match - imagine and create. Beads, spacers and charms $4.50 - $26. Starter bracelet $22 at Susanne’s on Phillips. 216 S.Phillips Ave. (605) 330-4002.

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Let us teach you basic skincare and make-up application. Classes available. We carry a full line of skincare and make-up products. Items shown range from $3.87-$8.25 Professional Image by Rosemary. 223 E. 11th St., Sioux Falls (former Stewart’s building downtown) (605) 334-0619.

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This short drive will be worth it! You are invited to Annie’s to experience great food, drinks, and atmosphere. Pick up gift items or take home a bottle of wine. Annie’s Coffeehouse & Wine Cafe, 525 N. Main Ave., Garretson. (605) 594-3600.

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Give dad a slice of outdoor heaven. Treat the family to a relaxing getaway at Northwoods Vista. Just 45 minutes south of Sioux Falls. Enjoy this fully-equipped lodge with outdoor patio and grill. Book one night and receive 50% off second night. Gift certificates available. Visit www.northwoodsvista.com or call (605)310-6692.

Comfort Meets Fun

Comfort meets summer fun with great sandals from Dansko. The soft cushion sole makes the Serena slide the perfect shoe to take you on all your summer adventures! Dankso Women’s Serena. $110.00 at Great Outdoor Store, 201 E. 10th St. 335-1132.

Fringe never looked so fabulous! Shown is a convertible clutch to shoulder bag fashioning a breezy look that sways with each step you take. Several styles and colors to choose from at Hip Chic Boutique. 328 S. Phillips Ave. (605) 271-8480.

Father’s Day - June 20th

An outing of golf and a few accessories would please any dad! River Ridge Golf Course in Garretson has a full selection of golf items from balls and clubs to shirts and gloves for both men and women. (605) 594-6234.

If the Shoe Fits

Wear it! Many styles and sizes of shoes in stock — including white and ivory versions of the shoes shown for the bride. $30 - $50 at Interlude Bridal. 2425 S. Shirley Ave. 323-2210.

Future Fashionista

Unexpected & Totally Chic

Your future fashionista can create projects like this when attending Project: Design Boot Camp this summer and have the opportunity to explore careers in design at the Institute of Design & Technology of SD. 125 South Main Avenue, For class information call: 275-9728 or check our website: www.idtsd.org

Every room should sport a little black. Pull this up to a comfy reading chair for something unexpected and totally chic. Black Five Leg Table by Ethan Allen. 2300 W 49th Street. 330-0642.

Pitter Patter

Celebrate the excitement and anticipation of a new life. Do you hear the pitter-patter of little feet? At Holsen Hus. 126 S. Phillips Ave. 331-4700.

Surprise Dad

Surprise him this Father’s Day with a gift from The Diamond Room! Choose from our assortment of pens, money clips, cuff links, rings, bracelets, and one of a kind knives you won’t find anywhere else. 3501 W. 57th St. (605) 362-0008.

Beautifully Bronzed

Look naturally, beautifully bronzed in three easy steps with Mineral Fusion Simply Sunkissed! This limited edition kit contains all the essentials for a perfect summer glow. www.mineralfusioncosmetics.com

Reveal It

Get Healthy Summer Skin Instantly! Cleanse and reveal soft, radiant summer skin all over your body with the Clarisonic PLUS with Spot Therapy Brush. This revolutionary device deep cleans, leaving beautiful, healthy skin that’s ready for summer. $225. www.sephora.com

Summer Fabulous!

A few beads, a little yarn and you can make gorgeous jewelry! Kits $19.99. Available at Athena Fibers, 3915 S. Hawthorne, 2710741, www.athenafibers.com.

Simply Stunning Sleek & Streamlined

You know what’s great about this chair? It looks so indulgent. So high style. But it’s also sleek and streamlined so it fits in anywhere. Find it exclusively at South Dakota Furniture Mart for just $179.99. 2101 W. 41st St. (605) 336-1600

Stunning, two-tone semi-mount featuring 5/8 ct tw available with your choice of center stone. Retail price $1570. Riddle’s Jewelry - The Galleria at 41st 605.361.0911

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he Wright Brothers took the first flight here in 1903. It is also home of Krispy Kreme doughnuts and Pepsi. A combination of mountains, beaches, and more, it is a harmonious and picturesque vision to say the least. If you are wondering where to venture on your next vacation, the dazzling state of North Carolina has many options for you. With its beautiful landscapes and colorful features, North Carolina is filled to the brim with many unique and wonderful activities and adventures for your entire family to enjoy. One of the numerous locations in North Carolina to visit is on the breathtaking Outer Banks. A historical part of the NC coast, this opportunistic location provides seaside pleasure to all of those who dwell. With its rich history, lively entertainment, unique shopping, and delicious food, the endeavors are never-ending in the Outer Banks. Once settled in to one of the many lodging choices available, it may be difficult to decide what to explore first. One option would be Jockey’s Ridge. Rising 110 feet, it is the tallest active sand dune on the East coast. Jockey’s Ridge offers kite flying, hang gliding, hiking, picnics and more. Located in Nags Head on the Outer Banks, it is one of the most significant landmarks in North Carolina. With a museum, an auditorium, and eight picnic shelters with tables and grills, the folks at Jockey’s Ridge State Park invite you to visit and explore. To get some exercise, there are self-guided hiking trails including Tracks in the Sand and the Soundside Nature Trail,


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where both are approximately one mile of leisurely paced trails beginning at the parking lot and going over the sand dunes. The 360-foot boardwalk is for those who prefer a shorter trip off of the sand, including interpretive displays with information about the plants and animals in the area. End with a rest on a bench with a great view of the dunes. On certain dune faces in the park, hang-gliding is allowed with approval. At the top of the ridge, kite flying is the popular thing to try with the fantastic views and the perfect wind. Jockey’s Ridge is one of the best places on the Outer Banks to fly kites. And watch out for fulgurites, which are hollow tubes that are formed when lightning strikes the sand. If you see one, make sure to notify park staff, since these are considered museum material! Another great spot to visit is the North Carolina Aquarium on Roanoke Island. Through its theme, Water of the Outer Banks, this beautiful aquarium presents the aquatic environments of coastal Carolina with a variety of exhibits that educate and entertain visitors. From freshwater turtles, alligators and otters to saltwater sharks and fish, there are interactive opportunities for children and adults to enjoy. History buffs will get a kick out of the one-third scale replica of the USS Monitor. A personal look at the Outer Banks hurricanes and other weather happenings is provided through Storms. Dive shows and live animal encounters will keep you at the aquarium wanting to see what’s next. The newest exhibit, Sharks!, opened in May of 2010 and includes new shark species and an underwater “Shark Cage” for a great photo opportunity. One of over 390 parks in the National Park System, the Wright Brothers National Memorial on the Outer Banks is the site of the world’s first controlled powered flights. On December 17, 1903, the Wright Brothers taught the world to fly. Museum exhibits such as an engine block from the original 1903 Flyer, as well as reproductions of the 1902 glider, the Wright’s first wind tunnel, their living quarters and hanging glide are interesting things to see. Make sure to climb Big Kill Devil Hill for an astounding view of the area. At the top you will find the 60 ft. Pylon, which is the site where Wilber and Orville Wright conducted their

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glider experiments. A large granite boulder marks the spot where the first plane left the ground. Located only a few miles south of the Wright Brothers National Memorial are the islands of Cape Hatteras National Seashore. The sandy beaches, salt marshes and maritime woods are just waiting to be explored and reflected upon. Abundant with lighthouses, shells, fishing spots, and peaceful places to relax, there are a variety of things to do on the seashore. Handbooks are available for shelling and exploring the beaches. Birding is a year-round activity at the seashore with many fantastic species to seek out. The historic Cape Hatteras Lighthouse is a unique experience involving 248 iron spiral stairs to climb to get to the top of a 12 story building for a magnificent view. Take a tour of the Currituck Beach Lighthouse and the Bodie Island Light with its distinctive black and white bands. Ocracoke, the first of the Outer Bank’s lights, is the oldest operating lighthouse on the North Carolina coast and the second oldest lighthouse in continuous service in the United States. Its fixed white light is visible from fourteen miles away. Although this 65-foot tall tower is closed to the public, the grounds are open year-round. Perhaps you would want to see the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paul Green’s The Lost Colony for a fabulous Outer Banks experience. This compelling drama has something for the entire family, with detailed costumes, hilarious comedy, music and dancing. The story recounts the exciting events leading to the disappearance of the English colonists who settled here over 400 years ago. First staged in 1937, The Lost Colony is the nation’s longestrunning symphonic drama. Performed at Manteo’s Waterside Theatre, the outdoor show is both educational and entertaining. From antiques and name-brand outlets to award-winning seafood and superb steaks, there are several enticing hot spots for shopping and dining as well. All of the grand things to do on the Outer Banks of North Carolina make it a worthwhile experience for anyone who visits. With miles of sandy beaches as well as loads of off-shore fun, the Outer Banks is a favorite spot for vacationers of all ages.

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these valves fail, excess blood pools in leg veins, causing them to bulge. Spider veins are related to varicose veins, only they involve smaller blood vessels. Spider veins may be a painless cosmetic nuisance, or they may appear in large complexes that are inflamed and painful, Dr. Flickema said. Dr. Flickema said varicose veins are often an inherited condition. Pregnancy is a risk factor, because the pressure of the baby sitting on pelvic blood vessels adds to the pressure in the legs. In fact, Dr. Casey said, women who have had four or more pregnancies have a 60 percent chance of getting varicose veins, compared to a 10 to 15 percent chance in women who have never been pregnant. Weight gain in the abdomen has a similar effect. Men can also have varicose veins, but less often than women. People who have standing occupations – like teachers, cashiers, nurses or lab technicians – are also at greater risk. Treatment options depend on how severe or extensive the condition is. The most conservative treatment is taking ibuprofen



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parenting & pregnancy 82 Postpartum Depression: More than Just the “Blues”

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JUNE !"#$%&'()*+!,$'(%,& Drawing Den for Children Ages 8-12 June 1-4 • 1-3pm • Horse Barn Arts Center • 309 E. Falls Park Dr. Learn to draw all kinds of things in this class featuring the power of paper and pencil! We will draw abstract designs, objects, people, real and imaginary creatures and more. INFO 977-2002. Family Fun Night Wednesdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 • 4pm Wild Water West Waterpark • 5 miles West of the Sioux Falls Wednesday Family Fun Night! Receive half price on unlimited evening admissions between 4pm to 8pm every Wednesday this 2010 summer. INFO (605) 361-9313. Starlab Inflatable Planetarium at the Old Courthouse Museum Wednesdays, June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 • 1pm, 2pm, 3pm Old Courthouse Museum • 6th Street and Main Avenue Discover the night sky. Explore the constellations! For children and adults to begin their own sky exploration. Presentation lasts approximately 40 to 45 minutes. Up to 25 people per program. Ages six and older. Programs begin promptly on the hour, no late admission. Tickets $1. INFO (605) 367-4210. Preschool Playtime Thu, June 3 • 9am Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. Take part in all the museum has to offer. Felt boards, books, games,

and art supplies will be on hand to use. Story time and craft will begin at 9:30am. Parents must accompany children during preschool playtime and classes. INFO (605) 271-9500.

Thursday Night BOGO Thursdays, June 3, 10, 17, 24 • 4pm Wild Water West Waterpark • 5 miles West of the Sioux Falls Thursday is BOGO night! Receive Buy-One-Get-One (equal or lesser value) Unlimited access to the park 4pm-8pm every Thursday this 2010 season. INFO (605) 361-9313. Greatest Show On H2O Fridays, June 4, 11, 18, 25 • 7pm • Catfish Bay Water Ski Park All new show every year. The show has comedy, acting, singing, dancing, and more all choreographed to amazing stunts on the water. It is an all ages show designed with the family in mind. Our world class water skiers perform dazzling human pyramids, jumps, wake boarding, water ballet, barefoot water skiing and much more. INFO (605) 339-0911. Art Exploration Mon, June 7 • 1pm • Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. Art Exploration guides children to develop their creativity through experimenting with different mediums. Children will pour, mix, and combine art materials to find out about color, chemistry, texture, and form. Please wear old clothing you don’t mind getting messy. Parents

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at 5 p.m. the day of the event so we can prepare for the carnival, which starts at 6:30 p.m. This is a free family event. INFO (605) 367-8222.

Painting Place Art Class June 7 - 10 • 10am - noon • Children ages 5-8 Horse Barn Arts Center • 309 E. Falls Park Dr. Kids will paint their own tempera painting on canvas to take home and display proudly. Learn how to mix colors, create textures, and paint a beautiful scene. Draw and paint watercolor critters, too! Wear or bring a paint shirt for this active class. $50. INFO 977-2002.

Zippity Zoo Day Sat, June 12 • 1pm • Great Plains Zoo • 16th & Kiwanis Carnival games, animal encounters and giant jumpers will provide entertainment for the entire family at this popular annual event. Free for Zoo members, or with paid admission to the Zoo. INFO (605) 3677003.

Amazing Acrylic Painting Class June 7-10 • 1-3pm • Horse Barn Arts Center • Children ages 9-13 Imagine painting colorful brushstrokes on your own stretched canvas. Learn to use acrylic paint to create an original work of art. We will explore the creation of color mixes and use photographs to paint landscapes, pets and more. Paint shirt is recommended. $50. INFO 977-2002. Bring Your Friends Night Mondays, June 7, 14, 21, 28 • 4pm Wild Water West Waterpark • 5 miles West of the Sioux Falls Monday Night Bring Your Friends Night! Bring up to 10 people to receive admission for only $40 for the group. This price includes Unlimited Admission any time after 4pm to 8pm every Monday night this 2010 summer. INFO (605) 361-9313. Wacky Wednesday Water Carnival Wed, June 9 • 6:30 pm • Frank Olson Pool • 4101 East 16th Street Join us for three nights of wacky water play, splash contests, relay games, and music. The pool where the carnival will be held will close

Baby Signing Time Tue, June 15 • Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. Children ages 0-3 • 10am; Children Ages 3 -8 • 11am Would your pre-verbal baby like to let you know what she wants? All mothers (including pregnant woman), and their children are welcome. $15/one session; $40/all 4 sessions. Call or visit museum to register. INFO (605) 271-9500. Kid’s Activity Day at the Old Courthouse Museum Thu, June 17 • 9am • Old Courthouse Museum • 6th St. & Main Ave. Learn about history and make a craft to take home! Learning sessions begin every 15 minutes 9-11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m. For children preschool through 2nd grade. Call (605)367-4210 for available times. Family Outdoor Try It Day Sat, June 26 • 10am • The Outdoor Campus • 49th & Oxbow Ave. Enjoy a fun filled day of sampling a wide variety of outdoor activities. Activities include: kayaking, canoeing, archery, BB guns, outdoor cooking and geocaching, just to name a few! No pre-registration is required - it’s an open house style event, so drop in any time between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. INFO (605) 362-2777.

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Sioux Falls summer can be very exciting and full of adventure for your children. There are so many things to do in this marvelous city of ours. Take your kids out for a day full of fun and learning for every age. Planning a birthday party? There are plenty of ideas throughout Sioux Falls for your kids to remember forever!

Western and end downtown, shuttle service is available. Finally, don’t forget about the Old Courthouse Museum Summer Plaza Concert Series on Fridays from noon to 1 p.m. The concerts are always fun for the whole family. Please call the Old Courthouse Museum at (605)367-4210 for registration and information on all summer programs.



There are many programs and events coming up this summer for kids at the Siouxland Heritage Museums. Pioneer Day Camp is a fun opportunity for children ages 7-12 to experience life as a frontier child in Dakota Territory. This day camp is offered Tuesdays in June from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Beaver Creek Nature Area for just $25. Does your child like to take photos or videos? If so, they can send in their submissions to the Meaningful Places exhibit telling the story of what places in the Sioux Falls area mean something to them. The best submissions will be chosen for the upcoming exhibit at the Old Courthouse Museum. Each Wednesday, the Old Courthouse Museum hosts the Starlab Inflatable Planetarium for stargazers ages 5 and up at 1, 2, & 3 p.m. for only $1. Girls ages 9-14 can learn about what it was like in the Victorian age at the Victorian Girl Day Camp for $25 on July 6th or 13th at the Pettigrew Home & Museum. And if you have an adventurous family, children ages 8 to adult can learn about historic Sioux Falls landmarks while traveling down the Big Sioux River on the History from the River Canoe Trip on Saturday, June 19th at 9 a.m. The trip will begin at 57th and

Featuring over 850 animals from around the world, this 45acre park is a great place to take your children for education and entertainment. Bear Canyon, African Savanna, and Asian Cat Habitat are just a few of the simulated natural habitats included at the Great Plains Zoo. Give your kids an up close and personal interaction with the animals at the Children’s Zoo. Take a stroll through the Delbridge Museum of Natural History to view impressive displays of animals from five continents. Then take a ride on the Savannah Express Train and get a behind-the-scenes guided tour from the conductor. Ride the carousel, made up of various types of animals you can find throughout the zoo. Sign up for a Zoo-per party, including a private party area of your choice for 2 hours and 12 individuals. Party areas include Savannah Park, the Wallaby Pavilion, Memorial Garden, Shoreline, or the Great Room. Take a museum scavenger hunt or have a 15-minute animal encounter. There are also educational programs offered at the Great Plains Zoo, including camps, classes, and the ZooMobile, which allows all ages to get a close-up, hands-on experience with creatures from the Animal Kingdom. Children who are 12 years old or older can become a Junior Educator or Junior ZooKeeper, working with children and animals while learning and developing life-long skills.

CATFISH BAY Catfish Bay Water Ski Park is a water skiing comedy adventure for the whole family. Show includes acting, singing, dancing and amazing stunts. They gave trained 20 skiers for professional shows around the world like Sea World and Cypress Gardens! A summer must see.

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THUNDER ROAD A fabulous family park full of excitement, Thunder Road is a great place to take your entire family. With 37 finely tuned Naskarts on a fifth of a mile track, the go-karts provide plenty of racing fun. The 18-hole Viking Fjord Miniature Golf Course offers something for players of all ages and skill levels. With a Viking theme, the course includes waterfalls, fountains, streams, and colorful landscaping to enhance your mini-golfing experience. Play a round of Human Foosball filled with laughter and photo opportunities. Have a blast and throw a few water balloons in Water Wars to cool off during the hot summer days. Visit the climbing wall, known as “The Rock”, and see who can reach the top first. Practice your baseball skills in the batting cages. Combine them all and throw a party at Thunder Road with gokart races and fun at the King Kong children’s play set.


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up bar to the Lazy River. A one-price ticket allows full access to the go-karting park, water park, and wave pool. There are many choices of water slides available. Float downstream on the Lazy River, with occasional waterfalls and rapids. Stay entertained at Caribbean Falls, a family-oriented attraction in a festive tropical setting featuring water slides, rope bridges, cannons and more. Every 5 minutes a 1,000-gallon bucket fills and empties on everyone down below. Test your balance on the lily pads, logs, and water animals in the Activity Pool, or stay with the little ones at the Baby Pool as they play in the spraying fountains and rain drops. Nearby, the Full Throttle Raceway offers go-kart racing. Bumper boats in a lagoon setting are also close by for the entire family to enjoy. These boats travel in and around Wild Water West and are designed to interact with others in the park. Play a round of mini-golf at Mulligan’s Island. Practice batting in the state-of-the-art batting cage complex. Play Wild Water West’s Commando Paintball with the family or for a birthday party your kids will be sure to remember. Form a team for some sand volleyball on one of the three sand volleyball courts or enjoy the arcade full of awesome games and prizes.





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WASHINGTON PAVILION The Washington Pavilion is an excellent place to take your children for some fun and educational experiences. The first Friday of each month is free admission to the Kirby Science Discovery Center. Learn how to prepare some delicious meals as a family in one of Leonardo’s Cafe hands-on cooking classes. Choose from a list of classes, including the option for private classes too. There are daily live science shows, including explanations of magic tricks, hair-raising electricity explorations, crime scene investigations, chemical reaction demonstrations, the science of bubbles, germs, and more. Your kids will leave knowing how nature works, why things sound the way they do, and perhaps a bit healthier and with a broader imagination. Also at the Kirby Science Discovery Center is the Wells Fargo CineDome Theater, featuring a large-format science adventure on its giant 60-foot domed screen. Soar over cliffs, climb mountains, and sail the oceans without ever leaving your seat! A different film is featured every season. However, the CineDome Film Library offers past favorite films for individual viewing by request. The Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion is made up of 6 galleries of changing exhibitions featuring local artists. Included in the Visual Arts Center is the Fine Arts Trolley Tour and the Raven Industries Children’s Studio. The Performing Arts Center brings music, dancing, and theatre into the mix. Enjoy a concert, musical, or play in the 1,800-seat Great Hall. The Washington Pavilion’s Community Center offers classes such as Our Natural World, Pottery Play, Space Camp, and Pirates for children of various ages.

SERTOMA BUTTERFLY HOUSE Bring your children on a tour of the Butterfly House at Sertoma Park. Offering various classes for children of certain ages, children can interactively learn the life cycle and migration of the Monarch butterfly, identify the anatomy of insects, look into the rainforest environment, and even construct a butterfly house of their own. Be sure to bring your camera and enjoy the wonders of nature right in our own backyard.

THE OUTDOOR CAMPUS Providing nature awareness youth programs, the Outdoor campus’ mission is to provide education about outdoor skills,

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wildlife, conservation and management practices of South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks to all ages. Your children can earn patches this summer by participating in patch programs such as Angler, Naturalist, Explorer and Hunter. Through these programs, children will participate in activities like fishing, camping, hiking and more. They even offer Outdoor Photography classes for children ages 8 to 12 this summer, allowing them to hike around the Campus and take photos while learning the basics. Outdoor cooking classes teach fire safety and outdoor cooking techniques so your child can make some tasty treats on your next camping trip. Take part in the interactive Nature Adventures presentation with some of South Dakota’s reptiles and mammals. Go on a Nifty Nature Walk around Campus to explore whatever happens to come your way. Take part in the Family Let’s Go Fishing class to get familiar with equipment, skills, species, knots and more. Take a Family Archery, GPS/ Geocaching, or Fly Fishing Basics class with your entire family for some interesting learning experiences. Attend the Family Try It Day on June 26th for activities like canoeing, BB guns, and outdoor cooking as a family.

MUSEUM OF VISUAL MATERIALS There is so much to do at the Museum of Visual Materials (MoVM). They offer a unique museum experience for all five of our senses. The MoVM is a hands on experience where you will learn by your sense of touch, smell, hearing, taste and of course sight. The MoVM gives you the chance to experiences things like no other museum with all of the materials and facilities for you to expand your horizons — for free. It’s so different; you might forget you’re in a museum. It is the perfect rainy day spot — or sunny day, for that matter. They have sewing machines for the community to use along with all of the fabrics, thread and buttons to create whatever you would like — again, for free. They have a commercial kitchen which is used for cooking demonstrations and hall rentals. There is also a sound proof listening room where people can enjoy thousands of records or 8-tracks. There are over 4,500 books for both adults and children on all types of subjects such as cooking, religion, science, gardening, fantasy, and the arts. They even have a special brew of coffee that people can enjoy — for free — while relaxing and using the free Wi-Fi. The Museum of Visual Materials is located at 5th and Main downtown.

With the many wonderful things available for our children, it is time to get them out there to learn as much as they can this summer and help to spread the knowledge and the love of this amazing city of Sioux Falls, South Dakota.



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wo out of ten women experience a postpartum reaction after having their baby. They feel upset, alone, afraid or unloving toward their baby and guilt for having these feelings. If you feel like you might be experiencing postpartum depression, you are not alone. Postpartum depression is a form of clinical depression which can affect women after childbirth.

Helpful home treatment measures:

There are three groups of postpartum reactions:

• Eat a balanced diet. If you have little appetite, eat small snacks throughout the day. Nutritional supplement shakes are also useful for keeping up your energy.

1. Temporary crying over little things 2. Depression 3. Psychosis

• Schedule outings and visits with friends and family. Isolation feeds depression, especially when combined with the stress of caring for a newborn and lack of sleep. • Get as much sunlight as possible. Keep your shades and curtains open, and get outside as much as you can.

• Avoid alcohol and caffeine.

Postpartum depression is characterized by anxiety, irritability and fatigue. Women will always say “I don’t feel like myself ” and “Something is not right.” Like sadness, postpartum depression can start in the first few days after childbirth and peak at six to eight weeks. The most important thing women who believe they are experiencing postpartum depression can do is call their healthcare provider and be evaluated by a professional. The most effective treatments include medication and counseling which will create a better quality of life and decrease a woman’s likelihood of relapsing. With treatment, symptoms improve more quickly. Antidepressant medication and counseling have proven to be equally effective, and most medications are proven to be safe to use while pregnant, during breastfeeding and postpartum.

• Get regular daily exercise, such as outdoor stroller walks. Exercise helps improve mood. • Get as much rest and sleep as possible. Fatigue can increase depression. • Play stimulating music throughout your day and soothing music at night. • Join a support group of moms with new babies. An infant massage class is another great way of getting out and spending time with others whose daily lives are like yours, while learning new ways to bond with your baby. Talk to your health professional about your postpartum depression symptoms and what type of treatment is best for you.

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Stink: Solar System Superhero by Megan McDonald Look! Up in the sky! Is it a falling leaf? A speck of dust? A speeding mosquito? No, it’s Stink Moody, Solar System Superhero! When Stink learns that Pluto has flunked out of the Milky Way for being too shrimpy, he feels like he might just explode with a Big Bang. Stink has no choice but to take a stand for the sake of little planets (and little people) everywhere. Will he be smart enough to defeat a panel of big-shot scientists? Will he be strong enough to beat know-it-all Riley Rottenberger and her “Team KPB”? Will he succeed in rescuing Pluto from a fate worse than being swallowed by a black hole? Start the countdown for a funny (and very informative) out-of-this-world adventure--and prepare to have your universe rocked! Ages 5 yrs - 8 yrs Candlewick Press

I Fooled You Ten Stories of Tricks, Jokes, and Switcheroos by Johanna Hurwitz An arrogant prince tries to bluff his way out of paying the bridge troll’s toll, only to find that honesty really is its own reward. Judy Moody dreams up her best-ever prank on Stink, but he finds a hilarious way to make her joke fall splat. And when a boy’s grandfather plays an elaborate trick that has the whole town laughing at him, can he use it one day to big-time advantage? Grade 4 - Grade 7 Candlewick Press

Let’s Save the Animals by Frances Barry Did you know that a giant panda likes to do somersaults? That a black rhinoceros can run faster than an Olympic sprinter? That a monarch butterfly flies up to eighty miles a day? All of these animals — and many more, from tigers to elephants to polar bears, orangutans to dolphins, penguins to sea turtles — are disappearing, threatened by deforestation, poaching, fishing nets, global warming, and more. After enjoying the book’s eye-catching, dramatic format, kids can follow the simple suggestions offered to help save the animals. Ages 4 yrs - 7 yrs Candlewick Press

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Everybody Was a Baby Once And Other Poems by Allan Ahlberg They’re back! The inspired creators of THE RUNAWAY DINNER and THE PENCIL serve up a shouting, screaming, smiling, whistling, playing, chasing, rhyming romp. Nineteen impishly illustrated poems present a unique cast of babies and witches, sausages and robbers, and a few favorite nursery-rhyme characters sure to entice everybody who ever was a baby. Ages 2 yrs and up Candlewick Press

Drake’s Comprehensive Compendium of Dragonology by Dr. Ernest Drake Call it an encyclopedia of dragonology — an authorized resource so definitive that dragon lovers everywhere are fired up with excitement. From the esteemed Dr. Drake comes a beautifully illustrated, lovingly assembled tribute to all things dragonological. Ages 8 yrs and up Candlewick Press

Dad and Pop by Kelly Bennett I have two fathers. I call this one Dad, and this one Pop. Dad is tall and wears suits. Pop is bald and wears boots. Dad’s into gadgets and Pop’s into plants; one paints on easels, the other on walls; and they certainly don’t share the same taste in music! In this funny, affectionate ode to fathers and stepfathers, a young girl explains that while Dad and Pop may seem completely different, in one crucial way they’re exactly the same — they both love her. Perfect for Father’s Day! Dad and stepdad have one important thing in common in a blended-family scenario many readers will happily recognize. Ages 4 yrs - 7 yrs Candlewick Press

The Pirate Cruncher by Jonny Duddle A mysterious old pirate tells a tavern of salty seadogs about an island bursting with hidden treasure. But once they set sail, he also mentions that it is guarded by the terrible Pirate Cruncher. When the pirates’ greed gets the better of their fear, there’s a big surprise in store! A hilarious picture book debut has a scurvy crew setting off for an island of gold, where an unexpected development awaits under the final flap. Ages 3 yrs and up Candlewick Press

How the World Works A Hands-On Guide to Our Amazing Planet by Christiane Dorion Answering a multitude of questions about how our world works, this fun, engaging book introduces the earth’s important cycles and offers an exciting way to learn geography and science. Packed with illustrations and paper fold-outs, flaps, pops, and more to boost interactive learning, HOW THE WORLD WORKS encourages children to think about the impact of human actions on our environment, while engendering respect for the natural world and all its harmonies. Ages 7 yrs - 11 yrs Candlewick Press

Aunt Mary’s Rose by Douglas Wood Aunt Mary has a very special rosebush in her garden. She says a little bit of Douglas can be found inside it. And she tells him how the rosebush has a little bit of Douglas’s daddy in it as well. And a little bit of his daddy’s daddy. And, of course, a little bit of Aunt Mary. Douglas Wood’s tender memoir is complemented by LeUyen Pham’s charming and engaging illustrations. Together they show how caring for a treasured rosebush provides a connection between generations, and an enduring expression of attentiveness and familial love. Ages 4 yrs - 7 yrs Candlewick Press

Herbert: The True Story of a Brave Sea Dog by Robyn Belton Herbert was a small dog who lived by the sea. Everybody loved him, but the person who loved him best of all was Tim. One fine day, Herbert sets off on a boat with Tim’s father. But without warning, a storm crashes in — and so begins the biggest adventure of Herbert’s life. This stirring true story, written and illustrated by Robyn Belton, tells the remarkable tale of a young boy’s beloved dog and his real-life adventure at sea. A boy never gives up hope when his little dog vanishes at sea in this suspenseful and heartwarming true-life adventure. Ages 4 yrs and up Candlewick Press

Grandad’s Prayers of the Earth by Douglas Wood Grandad is the boy’s best friend. Being with him always makes the world seem right. And how vast that world is. A world of tall trees that reach for the clouds and sun and moon and stars — and what else is reaching for heaven but a prayer? Each time that he and Grandad walk in the woods, the boy listens for the prayers of the earth. And while he isn’t always sure he hears them, Grandad’s words inspire him to keep listening. A beautiful and moving picture book about the bond between a grandparent and child--and the enduring spirit of love. Ages 6 yrs and up Candlewick Press

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he words “June” and “wedding” just seem to go together. In fact, the month of June gets its name from Juno, the Roman goddess of marriage. While wedding traditions have evolved over the centuries, one particular symbol lives on today stronger than ever – the wedding dress. As the owner of Interlude Bridal Shoppe, Tammy Andrews knows the importance of “The Dress.” Recently we caught up with Tammy to get her thoughts on weddings, dresses, and how the big decision gets made. How did you get started in the business? My mother and grandmother were both seamstresses, so it was something I grew up with. When I was in high school, I wanted a particular prom dress that cost a lot of money. My mom said ‘no way’ so that just made me more determined. I went to the store, studied it, bought the material with my own money, and made it myself. Well, pretty soon word got around and I found myself making dresses for a lot of friends and family. The money helped me get through college, and even as I worked in the business world, the thought always stayed with me and eventually led me back to the bridal industry.

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What aspect of your job/business do you enjoy the most? Working with the brides. It’s so easy to get caught up in the business side, but it’s always great to step away from the desk and help the brides and see the smiles on their faces.

at the more youthful, newer styles, while Mom comes at it from a different perspective – usually leaning toward more conservative, traditional designs and styles. It’s important to respect that dynamic between mother and daughter, but usually the bride wins out. It’s her day, after all.

What factors are most important in matching a bride to her dress? It really is matching it to her personality. You can take into consideration a person’s shape, but it really comes down to how she perceives herself when she sees her reflection in that mirror.

Is it gratifying to be included in something as special as someone’s wedding? It is very gratifying because you get mom and dad, and sometimes the whole family involved in the process, and you feel very flattered to be a part of something that personal. Our store has been around since the ‘70s, so we see second and third generations of brides come through our door. That is a very good feeling.

Do you ever have the experience where the bride has her heart set on a dress that really doesn’t flatter her? We have consultants who really work with the brides, pulling different dresses and making suggestions. Most of the time the dress the bride has set in her mind at the start is not the one she ends up choosing. The opportunity to try different styles and designs helps them discover what makes them look best. So the dress they saw in a movie or a magazine that they loved, might not be the best one for them? Hollywood drives the glamour market, that’s for sure, but the dress Jennifer Lopez wears in a movie may not be right for you. Who is the more challenging customer, the bride, or the bride’s mother? You mean challenging in a good way, right? (laughs) I’d have to say both, because it can be a stressful time between mother and daughter because there is a difference of age and a difference in taste. The bride wants to look

Is there any style or trend that you were happy to see go away? I was happy to see the medieval style dresses with the big poofy sleeves and the five-foot wide hoops go away. I just don’t like that look. Explain it to those of us who don’t know better, what is the value of a bride’s wedding dress? It’s very simple, to look beautiful on her wedding day. A bride wants to be beautiful on her wedding day, for herself and her groom. So why is it still so cherished 10 years later? Because she will remember how beautiful she was on her wedding day and so will her husband. You’re married aren’t you? Well?? You make an excellent point.

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iper our Golden Retriever just had her 1st birthday. Since she is so grown up, it is her opinion that vacations are for everyone in the house, including her. The difficult vacation question for many is, “what do we do with the pets?”. It is a different answer for each household and can even vary on the type of plans you have. Being prepared is the most important thing to keep in mind. If you take your friend everywhere, then you just adjust your plans to make it happen. Some hotels are “pet friendly” and welcome your pets with open arms. There are hotels that take pets, but will charge you extra every night. Some hotels are very unfriendly towards pets and will fine you for allowing your pet in the building for any amount of time. Bottom line is that we need to call ahead and confirm that Piper can be a guest. If you love to camp, rent a vacation house or stay with relatives, you still should make sure that it is OK to bring your

best friends along. We also need to make sure that it is safe to take them along. If you go to the lake country of Minnesota or Wisconsin, we need to make sure your dog is vaccinated for Lymes disease. You also need a strong medication to prevent fleas and ticks. Their incidence of lymes is much higher than the Sioux Falls area. Rattlesnakes are common in western and central portions of South Dakota. If you allow your dog to free roam or hunt in these areas during the summer, the risk of being bitten by a rattler is high. There is a vaccine for the venom of rattlesnakes now available. The weather is also important in determining what is right for each pet. Piper does not like the hot weather, so to take her tent camping in the badlands would not be enjoyable for her or us. If your dog is afraid of storms, you may either want

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to leave her with friends, or board her. We always need to be concerned about heat stroke, stress and the possible dangers of our destination. Piper is going to the boarding kennel for a few days in July, because it is too hot and too busy to keep her safe. I need to make sure a few important steps are taken to make her stay as easy as possible. The first thing I have to do is get the reservation ahead of time, especially when it is over a holiday.

Her vaccinations have to be current, including kennel cough. I also need to bring her own food and treats to make sure that her digestive system does not have to deal with new foods. I will also schedule a bath the day we pick her up. Getting away with our pets is usually a great time, just make sure that the details are taken care of before you leave. Have fun on vacation, and don’t forget to take their food and medications along.

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D ALL CITY ELEMENTARY Jane Addams School, Sioux Falls

uring the summer of 1974, the Sioux Falls School District agreed to launch an innovative elementary program at Irving School. Nancy Plato was chosen “Lead Teacher” and was charged with implementing an alternative school philosophy in a public school setting. Janet Brady was hired as the intermediate teacher. Together as a team, the two women taught fifty-five children in Grades K-6 the first year. This alternative school embraced two basic principles: 1) parents agree to be actively involved in their child’s education by being

present one-half day each week as volunteer helpers, and 2) its curriculum exposes students to local, national, and international issues and events with each classroom treated as an extension of the community. Founded as an experiment, in time the alternative school moved from Irving to Emerson and was renamed All City Elementary (ACE). Students continued to attend from all areas of the city and not merely from the school’s neighborhood. Relocated to Garfield and then to Jane Addams, ACE celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2010.


Janet Brady Janet Brady was selected to teach the intermediate grades during Alternative School’s first year (19741975). Only two teachers were in charge of 55 pupils. Within 10 years, the student population had grown to 113 with another 25 children on a waiting list. From the scores of alternative schools that began across the nation in the 1970s, ACE is one of only a few to survive. The new historical marker commemorates All City Elementary’s success and its thirty-fifth anniversary!

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Nancy Plato Nancy Plato, a teacher at Laura B. Anderson Elementary School, was interviewed during the summer of 1974 by Superintendent Dr. John Harris and a number of interested parents. She was designated Lead Teacher of the newly formed Alternative School. Innovations were developed including frequent field trips, mini-courses on “choice day,” the annual Snowflake Shuffle celebration, and daily meeting of “family” groups for sharing, problem solving, and decision making.

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