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Halloween in South Dakota 81

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HEALTH & WELL-BEING Carol’s Story 86

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nest AT HOME The Gordon & Deb Bourne Home 35

VINO Scary Wine 47

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PARENTING & PREGNANCY Nutrition in Pregnancy 95 CHILDREN’S BOOKS Best Books 100 CUTE KIDS Submit Your Child’s Photo 102 NEIGHBOR

Pumpkin Goodies 52

Kevin Gansz 104

MAN IN THE KITCHEN Essential Kitchen Tools & Toys 55

Dangerous Temptations 108

GO GREEN Green Roots: South Dakota Farming 60

LAWN & GARDEN Cherapa Place – The Prairie in the City 65

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BEST FRIEND HISTORICAL MARKER Dillinger Gang Bank Robbery 110

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xpecting a new addition to your family? Then you need to check out the new addition to Downtown Sioux Falls - Cutie Pie Belly and Baby Boutique. It’s one of those stores that you walk into and can’t help but say, “Awwww....” as you look around at all of the adorable items for a new baby. Owner Jackie Johnson says the idea for her boutique came out of necessity after she and her husband Mitch moved here from Mankato, Minnesota, two and a half years ago with their first baby. There had been a specialty shop for newborns and expecting moms where she lived, but she couldn’t find anything like it in Sioux Falls. She began thinking about what items she would offer if she had her own business. On September 1, all those ideas became reality when she opened her shop on Phillips Avenue. She and her husband were interested in a downtown

location because of the city’s longstanding commitment to rejuvenate that part of town. “There’s so much energy down here,” she said. Cutie Pie Belly and Baby Boutique is a unique destination for new and expecting moms and for those looking for a special gift for a baby or mom-to-be. One of the most popular items already is the swaddle blanket by Aden & Anais. It is the style you see in photographs of celebrity babies, and it’s only available at Cutie Pie. The muslin cotton is a breathable, comfortable fabric for babies to keep them warm in winter and cool in the summer. The Aden & Anais line also offers sleepers, washcloths, hooded towels and a burp cloth/bib combination. The line has been so popular that Johnson had to place a second order in her first week of being open.

Johnson said safety is important at their house, with a 3-year-old and a 16-month at home, and she wanted the same for her store and her products. Everything in the store is non-toxic or

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certified natural, including lotions for mom and baby, household cleaners and even laundry soap. E xpecting moms looking for comfortable maternity clothing will find basics from jeans to office wear, including the popular Glamourmom brand tank tops with a built-in nursing bra. Johnson remembers seeing one in a pregnancy magazine when she was expecting, but she couldn’t find one anywhere in the area. “I’m so excited we can offer these to moms in Sioux Falls!” she says excitedly.

Moms will be excited about the clothes, but they might just be more excited about the dressing rooms. Cutie Pie has two oversized dressing rooms that are convenient for pregnant customers, nursing mothers with babies or expecting moms with other small children. The clothing items for newborns are not your everyday play clothes, but rather are designed for those special occasions – to celebrate a new birth, baptism, holiday or other event. They are quite eye catching with styles such as animal print dresses for girls and argyle sweaters for boys. Many items feature adorable hand-appliquéd designs created by a stay-at-home mom from Luverne, Minnesota. After a day of shopping, you will want to snuggle up with your little one on any one of the plush animal-shaped play mats or reading the soft shape books available at Cutie Pie. If you are stumped trying to think of a gift for a new or expecting mom, Jackie is ready to help you select just the right item, package it up in a gift bag and send you off to that shower or holiday celebration. Cutie Pie has a Mom-to-Be Charm

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Bracelet, where the expecting mom adds a new charm to the bracelet each month during the pregnancy; frames with a faceplate that can be changed for various holidays or to mark milestones like the first haircut, first steps or first birthday; a ready-to-go scrapbook with all the cute accessories in place so all you have to do is add photos; trendy car seat covers or even pampering sets with lotions, teas, a foot soak and herbal oils. Every expecting mom is going to want one of Cutie Pie’s stylish diaper bags, which look like they came right off the fashion runway. These are NOT your mother’s diaper bags! With trendy designs and prints, they get a new mom where she needs to go with style and function. Because new moms have many questions and can often feel isolated at home, Jackie is planning to have “New Mom Mondays” at the store – an open house format where new moms can come in and hear tips from healthcare professionals or “experienced” moms, and can meet other new and expecting moms. Cutie Pie Belly and Baby Boutique is certainly a welcome new addition to Downtown Sioux Falls.

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clients’ homes, Trisha says, because that is where they are most comfortable. Inspired Photography also has special pricing available for clients interested in destination weddings. “My favorite location right now to shoot is downtown Sioux Falls,” says Trisha. “Even with its historic buildings, it still has a feel that is very modern and contemporary. It offers a large variety of textured walls and very unique backgrounds.” When asked if she has a favorite age group to photograph, Trisha answers that she can’t just pick one. “I enjoy photographing every stage of life. I really like working with a client through all of the stages. It is such an honor to be with them celebrating an exciting engagement, getting married, and then maternity and family pictures. They become friends. You feel like you become a part of their story.” To choose the right setting for a client, Trisha will review samples of her work, looking at locations, style, time of year and more. She will ask questions to get to know the client in

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See Luveta transform Ready-to-Wear clothing with NO tools — using her snap-in grommets. You will learn how to up-cycle old jeans into beautiful designer garments with little effort. Leave your seam rippers at home and Luveta will erase all your fears about heavy denims. See her $5.00 gift patterns that take minutes to make. She will leave you in awe!

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4:30 - 5pm Home Wine Making Learn about what you need to get started making wine at home, how Victoria got started in the wine making business, and also what to give that wannabe wine maker on your gift list. Presented by Victoria Wilde, wine maker and owner of Wilde Prairie Winery, in Brandon, SD.

5 - 5:30pm The Healing Practice of Acupuncture Acupuncture has been practiced for thousands of years in China; only in recent decades have its benefits been recognized in the United States. Acupuncture is used for a wide range of conditions, such as pain, headaches, nausea, digestive distress or menstrual disorders. Learn more about this ancient healing art during a presentation by Dawn Flickema MD, a family practitioner at Avera McGreevy Clinic, who is currently undergoing certification in medical acupuncture.

5:30 - 6pm Johnny Carino’s Signature Bowtie Festival Cooking Demonstration See how they make this delicious dish — and sample the results! Sliced grilled chicken sautéed with bacon, fresh garlic, red onions and roma tomatoes, tossed with bowtie pasta in a creamy asiago cheese sauce. Presented by Johnny Carino’s.

6:30 - 7pm Quinoa: The Ancient Grain of Contemporary Cuisine Celebrate the comeback of quinoa! Once called the “gold of the Incas” this deliciously nutritious grain has become an important part of modern meals. Join your Sioux Falls Avera/Hy-Vee Registered Dietitians for a quinoa cooking demonstration and learn simple, but tasty ways to incorporate this great grain into your diet.

7:15 - 8pm Wine Tasting 101 Have you ever wondered why people swirl, sniff, or swish wine? This is your chance to learn how to taste and examine a few wine varietals! Presented by Riccardo Tarabelsi, etc. for her magazine wine columnist

8 - 8:30pm Beginning Belly Dancing Belly dance is a celebration of friendship and femininity, and a great low-impact workout based on the way a woman’s body moves naturally. Join Liquid Hip Therapy, Sioux Falls’ only professional belly dance troupe, for a beginner belly dance lesson. No dance experience necessary, and no bare bellies required!”


Saturday, October 16th 10:30 - 11am Smart Chicken: The Smart Choice What makes smart chicken the smart choice? Certified organic, these free range chickens are raised without the use of antibiotics, fed vegetable grain, are air-chilled and contain no added water. You will taste the difference when you join the Sioux Falls Avera/Hy-Vee Registered Dietitians for this cooking demonstration. Don’t miss the opportunity to savor the flavor of this environmentally-friendly food!

11 - 11:30am Getting You Started, an Introduction to Knitting Join us for a quick seminar on the basics of knitting. You’ll learn: how to cast on, the knit stitch and binding off. Where you take it from there is up to you. Have fun! Presented by Athena Fibers.

11:30am - 12pm What is Integrative Medicine? The new Avera Cancer Institute has over 800 square feet dedicated to Integrative Medicine. What is it? Integrative Medicine involves therapies such as massage, acupuncture, aroma therapy, art therapy, nutrition counseling and fitness. For cancer patients, Integrative Medicine complements traditional medical treatments and helps in coping with symptoms or fatigue. Learn how anyone can benefit from these therapies which promote well-being, inner healing, relaxation and anxiety relief.

12 - 12:30pm Yo+kicx Yo+kicx is a combination of yoga and kickboxing which strengthens and tones your core while providing a great cardio workout. Visit Sanford’s Mutch Women’s Center for Health Enrichment to add some kick to your workout with Yo+kicx!

12:30 - 1pm Side Dishes at Center Stage Make your familiar dinner all new with a twist on side dishes utilizing the vegetables of the harvest. Learn how to prepare tempting side dishes to make even the simplest of meals a gourmet feast...combining whole foods such as bulgur, squash, beans and fall harvest vegetables to enhance your dinner plate. Presented by Nancy Gellerman, Owner of Wild sage Grille.

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2 - 2:30pm Is Your investment Portfolio Like Your Wardrobe? Does your closet hold all neutrals or a myriad of bright colors? Are your favorite accessories the same four pieces or do you have drawers of options? Does your personal style reflect your investment portfolio? Having a well-balanced strategy is important to long-term success. Join us for a candid discussion on investing and you could leave with a new piece to add to your wardrobe. Presented by Kristi Metzger, Vice President/Trust Manager Home Federal Bank

2:30 - 3pm Take Better Pictures Photo solutions & tips on how everyone can take better pictures. Never again say, “I could never make a book like that! I have pictures everywhere – computer, memory card, CD, and camera and I am overwhelmed!” You can make beautiful digital photobooks, pages for your traditional albums, cards, quick kits, pic-folios completed in just 2 hrs. Presented by Pam Van Roekel a Creative Memories Consultant for 15 years.

1 - 1:30pm bareMinerals Make-up Tips

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Whether you saw bareMinerals on TV or heard about it from a friend, you’re in the right place to learn all about our 100% pure bareMinerals. Come join the bareMinerals experts and learn how bareMinerals can have you looking your best! We have had extensive corporate training on bareMinerals and we want to share our secrets with YOU! Relax and let the bare experts at Hip Chic Boutique show you how to get a fabulous complexion — you’re about to change the way you feel about your skin. bareMinerals is different. Not only do you get flawless coverage but you get peace of mind. Need proof? Join us to learn all about the basics and great tips for fall!

4pm Grand Prize Drawing – Must be Present to Win

Kathy Larson, of South Dakota Furniture Mart will show you how to make simple changes that have the ability to transform your room. She’ll start with one sofa and take the style from contemporary to traditional making only décor changes. These tricks can give you the feel of a whole new space, while keeping your budget in check. Plus learn the top 5 decorating mistakes that are commonly made but easy to avoid.


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Downtown First Fridays Fri, October 1 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. Ruthie Foster Fri, October 1 • 8pm Orpheum Theater • 315 N. Phillips Ave. When Ruthie lays it down, you’d be well advised to listen. From her beginnings in the Brazos Valley of Central Texas, this extraordinary songwriter/performer has taken her uplifting lyrics and electrifying vocals from choir lofts to folk bistros and onto stages in Europe and Australia, raising multiple flags of American Music. Tickets $44/$30. INFO (605) 335-6101. The Great Unknown Performs Friday, October 1 • 8-11pm The Grand Opera House 425 East 4th Street, Dell Rapids Enjoy dinner, served from 6:30pm on, while listening to your

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favorite tunes from the ‘70s and ‘80s. Sing along to the Eagles, Van Morrison, and more! The Great Unknowns, five piece band, perform in the Concord Lounge. For reservations call 605-4283580. $5.00 cover charge.

Andy Womack - House Concert Sat, October 2 • 7pm Center for Active Generations 2300 West 46th Street, Activity Room 203 An evening of music and entertainment! Andy Womack will be performing a live solo show. This talented artist will be performing with an acoustic guitar and djembe, as well as providing original songs, covers, traditional songs and comedy! Tickets $10. INFO (605) 480-1450. Harvest Festival Sat, October 2 • 10am Sun, October 3 • noon Country Apple Orchard 4 1/2 miles south of Sioux Falls on Minnesota Ave. Enjoy horse drawn wagon rides to the pumpkin patches to pick your own pumpkins. Enjoy looking at the large pumpkins at the Giant Pumpkin Weigh Off Contest. Treat yourself to pumpkin pie, apple pie, caramel apples and other goodies. You can also


tob purchase apple brats, apple salsa and apple barbeque sauce made especially for the Country Apple Orchard. We will also have inflatables, pony rides and train rides for the kids. INFO (605) 575-1616. Partners at the Cross Benefit Dinner & Ingathering Sat, October 2 • 5:30 pm Our Savior’s Lutheran Church 909 W. 33rd Street The evening includes a meal, a silent auction, musical selections by the Master’s Voice Quartet, and featured speaker, Rev. Diane Harrison, pastor of Grace Place, the newest PCA congregation located in Memphis, TN. Tickets are $200 for a table of eight or $25 per person. To order, contact the PCA office, 800-417-6692 or mary@prisoncongregations.org. Starlab Inflatable Planetarium at the Old Courthouse Museum Sun, October 3 • 1pm, 2pm, 3pm Old Courthouse Museum Corner of 6th Street and Main Avenue 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. $1 per person. INFO (605) 367-4210.

Baby Signing Time (for parents, and children ages 0-3, 10am • ages 3-8, 11am) Tuesdays, October 5 & 12 Museum of Visual Materials • 500 N. Main St. Based on the award-winning PBS show, Signing Time classes teach American Sign Language to your infant or toddler with music, pictures and silly songs. All mothers (including pregnant woman), and their children are welcome. $15/one session; $40/all 4 sessions. To register or for more INFO, please call (605) 271-9500.

Varicose Vein Seminar Tues, Oct. 5 • 6pm Callaways • 500 E. 69th St. Join us for a FREE informational seminar where we’ll give you the basics about varicose veins, as well as detailed descriptions of the latest treatments and what you can anticipate if you are going to pursue them. Dr. Joshua Plorde will be discussing the latest in varicose vein treatment: Endovascular Laser Treatment (EVLT). Appetizers will be served. To register call Veradia Vein Center at 605-338-9740.

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ber Legally Blonde, The Musical Wed, October 6 & Thu, October 7 • 7pm Washington Pavilion • 301 S. Main Ave. The hilarious MGM film is Broadway’s news mash hit musical, and now Legally Blonde, the Musical is coming to you. $25.50 $52.50 plus tax. INFO (605) 367-6000.

Photo Preservation Program at the Old Courthouse Museum Thu, October 7 • 3pm Old Courthouse Museum Corner of 6th St. and Main Ave. Would you like to learn the proper storage and handling techniques to keep your photos in good condition for years to come? Participants are encouraged to bring photos for preservation advice. Space is limited, call 367-4210 to register in advance. Evening in the Vineyard Wilde Prairie Winery Friday, October 8 • 6-9pm Bring your friends and lounge chair to our winery and enjoy a relaxing evening with music and award-winning South Dakota wine. INFO wildeprairiewinery.com or call 605-582-6471. Pumpkin Fest Sat, October 9 • 10am; Sun, October 10 • noon Country Apple Orchard 4 1/2 miles south of Sioux Falls on Minnesota Ave.

Pumpkin Fest activities include horse-drawn hayrides and tractor wagon rides to one of the many pumpkin patches, pony rides, kiddie train rides, crafts, inflatable playground, children’s barn, face painting, South Dakota Giant Pumpkin Contest. Come see pumpkins weighing over 1000 lbs. Homemade apple pies, caramel apples, Kettle Korn, apple brats, and much more. This is a great experience for the whole family. INFO (605) 743-2424. President’s Bowl 5K and 1.5 Mile Walk Saturday, October 9 • 8:30 am Pasley Park on Southeastern Ave. Join your friends-parents-teachers & support your high school! Trophy awarded to the high school with most participants. INFO helgeson@sio.midco.net

The Jesse James Players of Garretson Saturday, October 9 The Grand Opera House • 425 East 4th Street, Dell Rapids The Jesse James Players of Garretson present A Blast from the Past in The Grand Theater. Relive songs from the ‘50s and ‘60s with this talented group in full costume. Two 45 minute sets. Dinner Theater tickets $28.50 dinner served at 5:30pm. Show tickets $12.00 Show begins at 7:30pm. For reservations call (605) 428-3580 Showcase of Remodeled Homes October 9 & 10 • Sioux Falls and Harrisburg Fourteen projects will be on the 9th Annual Showcase of

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Warm Up Sioux Falls Sun, October 10 • 1pm Athena Fibers • 3915 S. Hawthorne Ave. Warm Up Sioux Falls is part of the national Warm Up America movement. Volunteers donate their time to knit or crochet 7” X 9” sections from scrap yarn. On the second Sunday of most months, volunteers gather to join sections into colorful afghans to warm needy families in the Sioux Falls area. INFO (605) 254-8434.

Sioux Falls Quilters Guild Thu, October 14 • 6:45 pm Southern Hills Methodist Church 3400 E. 49th St. 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. INFO (605) 371-1714.

5th Annual expo for her Friday, October 15 • 2pm–9pm Saturday, October 16 • 9am–5pm Sioux Falls Convention Center The fifth annual expo for her is two days of shopping, entertainment, pampering and fun — designed especially for women. Sample foods and drinks, participate in fantastic seminars and SHOP for clothing, jewelry, home décor, giftware, cosmetics, skincare, food, wine, discounted gift cards, children’s items, art and so much more! Treat yourself or start your holiday shopping! This two-day event is a get-away for girlfriends and families. Join the fun! Just $4 admission or $3 with canned good. Over 200 booths. Cooking demonstrations on the Hy-Vee Cooking Stage. First 200 adult attendees each day will receive a gift bag. Buy $20 gift cards for just $10 from some of Sioux Falls’ favorite restaurants. Register to win a Zoom Room bed from Amazing Space Closets, a kitchen island from StarMark Cabinetry, Allegiant airline tickets, a $500 gift certificate from Riddle’s Jewelry and a $500 gift certificate from South Dakota Furniture Mart. All to be given away at 4pm on Saturday the 16th. Must be present to win. See www.etcsiouxfalls.com for more information.

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Tabatha’s Style It, Lock It, Rock It Fundraiser Challenge Saturday October 16 • 6pm Holiday Inn Downtown Join Signature Salon, Studio 26, Chameleon Hair Design, and Salon Sollievo as they present world renowned hairstylist Tabatha Coffey to Sioux Falls. Everyone is invited! There will be a team challenge featuring top designers form all over the area. Come cheer your favorite design team. Enjoy music, creative style, cash bar, and silent auction. This event is a fun way to come together and raise money for our local breast cancer foundations. All proceeds are a donation to breast cancer awareness: She Me We (Sanford) and Think Pink (Avera). INFO www.mysignaturesalon.com Reading Festival Sat, October 16 • 9am - noon Ramkota Exhibit Hall • 3200 W. Maple St. 10th Annual Reading Festival “Once Upon a Story”. Live performances of a classic fairytale. Free hands-on activities for young children. Classic storybook read aloud time. A FREE book to every child who attends. Storybook characters dressed in costume and literacy information and other resources for parents. Presented by the Sioux Empire United Way. INFO (605) 336-2095.

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Swing Dance Program Old Courthouse Museum Sun, October 17 • 1pm 200 W. Sixth St. Learn to swing dance at the Old Courthouse Museum! David Bradford and Kathie Erdman will teach beginning swing dance lessons from 1-1:30p.m. with open dancing from 1:304 p.m. Beginners are welcome, all ages, no partner needed, call (605) 359-4127 to learn more. Timberwolves NBA Pre Season Exhibition Game Sun, October 17 • 6pm Sioux Falls Arena Timberwolves vs. Bucks - a can’t miss family fun event! Tickets $25 - $85. INFO (605) 367-7288.

Kid’s Activity Day at the Old Courthouse Museum Thu, October 21 • 9am Old Courthouse Museum Corner of 6th Street and Main Avenue 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) 3674210 for available times.

Jim Witter Fri, Oct. 22 • 7:30 pm Washington Pavilion The Piano Men is a parallel musical journey of the songs, piano stylings and voices of two of pop music’s most popular artists of the 1970s and ‘80s, Billy Joel and Elton John. Jim Witter is the talented creator and performer of The Piano Men. INFO (605) 335-7323. Paint the Night Pink Fri, October 22 • 7pm


10 Perspective, Inc. • 196 E. 6th Street, Suite 100 October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. In honor of breast cancer patients, survivors and their families and friends, Paint the Night Pink is a premier art and fashion event to raise the awareness of breast cancer and promote the connection between art, healing, mind, body, and spirit. Entertainment will include a live fashion show and complimentary food and beverages. Ticket sales will benefit the Avera Cancer Foundation and can be purchased online at www.averathinkpink.org or at the door. $25 each. INFO (605) 271-9877. ZooBoo Fri, October 22 • 5:30 pm Sat, October 23 • 3:30 pm Sun, October 24 • 3:30 pm Great Plains Zoo • 16th & Kiwanis Come trick-or-treat at ZooBoo, a spooktacular event held at the Great Plains Zoo! This is an outdoor event, held rain, snow, or shine. Fun costumed guides help you explore lighted trails through the Zoo as you trickor-treat at a variety of different decorated booths. More than 200 hand-carved pumpkins light up the winding pathways. ZooBoo is a safe, non-scary Halloween event for the entire family! INFO (605) 367-7003.

Brule & AIRO Concert Sat, October 23 • 7:30 pm Washington Pavilion • 301 S. Main Ave. The great light display, colorful costumes & energetic dances add beauty to the American Indian music. This concert is their only 2010 performance in this area. Purchase tickets ($34$40) at the Pavilion box office, www.washingtonpavilion.org or call 605-367-6000. Fall Festival and Craft Fair Sat, October 23 • 10am - 3pm VOA Bollinger Center 1309 W. 51st St. The Fall Festival and Craft Fair is a fundraising event for the Sioux Valley Optimist Club. The funds raised will be used to sponsor children’s events throughout the year. During the festival there will be products for sale by various vendors, a silent auction, raffles, and free activities for the children. INFO (605) 940-5203. Sioux Falls Walk to Defeat ALS Sat, October 23 • 9am Empire Mall

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Meet by the Caribou Coffee/Coldwater Creek entrance. The Sioux Falls Walk to Defeat ALS is a 2 mile fundraising event, benefitting The ALS Association. Participants will walk a 2 mile route within the Empire Mall. There is no registration fee, although participants are strongly encouraged to raise at least $25.00. The ALS Association is the only National notfor-profit voluntary health organization dedicated solely to the fight against ALS. Registration begins at 9am and the Walk begins at 10am. INFO (888) 672-0484. Wilde Prairie Winery Annual Fall Open House October 24 & 25 • noon - 5pm Enjoy our South Dakota wines and shopping. Customer appreciation specials will be offered. For more information, please visit wildeprairiewinery.com or call 605-582-6471.

St. Olaf Orchestra in Concert Sun, October 24 • 4pm Washington Pavilion 301 S. Main Ave. The St. Olaf Orchestra from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN will make a stop at the Washington Pavilion on their 2010 tour season. Selections will include: Gustav Mahler’s Symphony No. 1 in D Major, Samuel Barber’s dramatic Second Essay and Mozart’s “Overature” from the The Magic Flute. Tickets $25, $5 for students with ID at the Box Office. INFO (605) 367-6000. Boo at CTU Friday, October 29 • 3pm - 6pm 3901 W. 59th Street Free trick or treating for kids at Colorado Technical University - and be sure to bring your camera. INFO (605) 361-0200.

Dance with Surfin’ Safari •’50s Band Saturday, October 30 The Grand Opera House 425 East 4th Street, Dell Rapids Back by popular demand, dance the night away in the Belmont Dining Room on the first floor. Enjoy dinner before the dance at 6pm, dance from 7-11pm. $10.00 Cover Charge. For reservations call (605) 428-3580.

Festival of Tables Benefit for Mission Haiti Oct. 30 • 10am All-Occasions, north of Tea Viewing of Tables: 10 a.m., Speaker and Lunch: 11 a.m. If you would like to host a table or be a guest at one of our tables, please contact: Ardys Varns at 605-334-7819. Trick or Treat at the Mall Sun, October 31 • 4pm Empire Mall Bring your little ghosts and goblins to The Empire Mall for safe and fun trick or treating! INFO (605) 361-3301.

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October is National Pork Month

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Autumn Glazed Pork Chops Ingredients:

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South Western Dental is pleased to introduce

Dr. Alicia Hansen as the newest member of their team. Dr. Hansen joins us after attending Augustana College in Sioux Falls, and the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry. Following graduation, she spent 4 years serving as a dentist in the United States Army. Enthusiastic and committed to your health, Dr. Hansen provides friendly, customized dental care.

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sensibility, while Gordon attributed an air of calm to the process, and after a multiyear renovation, the 3,500-square-foot home is standing proof of their staying power. The renovation has taken an aged, dilapidated building and transformed it into a stunning Victorian-style home. “The home was originally built in 1874, but it had been turned into a 3-unit apartment complex

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and redecorated to look very 1970s modern,” said Deb. “It had orange countertops, sculptured carpet and wood paneling. You basically needed a lot of vision to see through this house. ” In the last 17 years, over 80 percent of the home has been renovated by the couple; however, Deb views the renovation as a constant, evolving process. “I think a house is like a marriage,”

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I wanted to develop a space that would sustain time, and that could evolve with us.” Neither Deb nor Gordon had a job for the first year that they lived in the house – they simple worked towards creating their dream home. The first step of the remodel project was to cover up the powder blue exterior and paint it in multiple bright colors to enhance the different architectural details of the home. “A Painted Lady home is supposed to be three or more colors – it’s


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Anaglypta, a type of paintable wallpaper, has been hung to conceal the imperfections made by previous owners, and the cast iron railings on the staircase have been completely refurbished and restored to their original state. The entryway serves as a perfect introduction to the rest of the home because its boasts intricate and ornate details, as well as a certain

cohesiveness that pays tribute to the Victorian era. Deb treats each room not as a separate entity, but as part of a continuous whole. The couple has placed items in rooms throughout the home that they’ve found during their travels. “Travel inspires décor and can trigger conversation with your guests,” said Deb. “I’ve purchased a lot of fossils and broken Indian pottery

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throughout the years. My grandkids love the history behind the pieces because everything has a story.� The rest of the house is filled with solidly constructed furniture, various antiques, and beautiful textiles. The sunroom is the heart of the house. It serves as both a place for the couple to relax, and also to entertain guests. “We change the sunroom

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seasonally,” said Deb. “We completely gut it and start anew every season of every year.” In the backyard, the couple built a garage and opted to use the existing carriage house as a place for storage and a home for their American bulldog and two labradors. The landscaping on their extensive, quadruple-lot is a constant work-in-process.

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“One day I’d like to create a Victorian maze,” said Deb. “I’d also like to plant an elevated, raised garden. I enjoy the process of watching a garden grow.” As the remodel project was nearing completion, the couple was able to learn some of the home’s history when the original owner, F.H. Bacon’s granddaughter stopped by one afternoon. “One day this lady came and knocked on the door,” said Gordon. “She explained that she was the granddaughter of the original owner back in 1897. She shared stories about growing up in the

house and showed us parts of the house that we weren’t even aware of yet – secret passageways, nooks and crannies, and little places to tuck away in.” Almost two decades ago when the Bourne’s first saw their home, they had a vision. They saw potential hidden beneath the layers of faded wallpaper, wood paneling, and orange countertops, and they managed to create an exquisite Victorianstyle home that preserves a part of Canton’s history, as well as showcases Deb’s talent as a designer.

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Eye of the Toad Dry Rosé of Pinot Noir by Toad Hollow At a time when most American Rosé wines have either an overabundance of residual sugar or are “flabby” and lacking in acidity, Toad Hollow continues to produce true French-Style, bone dry, and elegant Rosé wine produced from the noble Pinot Noir grape. This is probably the most fun wine on this list! This is the ELEVENTH vintage of Pinot Noir Rosé and, by far, the best to date. The wine has incredible body and weight for a Rosé of Pinot Noir. The color is a beautiful pink with a hint of “Beaujolais blue”. This wine has a nose of rose petals and violets. Whether in sun or shade, this is a truly dry, uncomplicated statement of Pinot Noir at its lightest and most delicate. It is very important to keep all sources of sugar out of Rosé and allow the classic grapes to speak for themselves. Spice and pepper bring out the wonderful wild strawberry flavors. A wine that is great with sushi and wasabi or spicy Thai food.

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Francis Ford Coppola’s wines Why Francis Ford Coppola? Not only was he the director of the Godfather movies (which are some of my all-time favorites,) but he also directed Dracula. What better movie to watch on Halloween, right? Coppola has created quite the winery in California, fully complemented by a museum featuring things like scripts and movie props. If you want to be impressed without even going to Sonoma, check out his winery’s website at www.franciscoppolawinery. com. I highly recommend trying any of Coppola’s offerings which range in variety and price points. Any of the Diamond Collection are winners, especially the Claret (a Bordeaux style wine made with a blend of Cabernet, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Petit Verdot and Malbec.) If you’re looking for something more affordable, try the classic Rosso or Bianco, blended wines that are great on the patio. And if you’re looking for something fun, the Sofia wines (named after Coppola’s only daughter) are light yet sophisticated. The Sofia Mini captures an effervescent Blanc de Blanc in a small aluminum can, complete with a bendable straw, which is perfect for picnics or sipping while watching your favorite Halloween movie.

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Combine the sugar, oil, and eggs in a large mixing bowl. Add the pumpkin and mix well. Combine the dry ingredients and add to the pumpkin mixture alternately with water. Beat well. Pour bread batter into two greased 9x5x3 inch loaf pans. Bake at 350˚ for 60-65 minutes or until it passes the toothpick test. Cool for 10-15 minutes before removing from pans to wire racks for complete cooling.

In a large mixing bowl, cream the butter and sugar until light and fluffy. Add eggs 2 at a time and beat well after each addition. Stir in vanilla. Combine the dry ingredients and add to the creamed mixture alternately with the pumpkin, beat until just combined. Pour the batter into 2 greased and floured 9x5x3 inch loaf pans. Bake at 350˚ for 65-70 minutes or until it passes the toothpick test. Cool 10-15 minutes before removing from pans to wire racks to cool.

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them to flip, poke, stir, grill and even take small ramekins out of the oven. Skillets: Again, I’ve got a whole bunch of pots and pans, but two of my skillets see more duty than all of the others combined. The first is a ten inch nonstick. I use it for eggs, vegetables, grilled sandwiches and sauces. The second is a twelve inch stainless steel; it cooks most of the meat, risottos and paellas. If I’m looking to sear or brown something, I grab this fella. Dutch Oven: Big and heavy, cast iron coated porcelain—this is my go-to pot for soups, stews, braised meat and even pasta. Labor Day weekend it did roasted parsnip and carrot soup one day and my all-time favorite, chicken-fried lamb chops, the next. Versatile? It sees time on the stove top, in the oven and even out on the grill.

The Toys Immersion Blender: I haven’t had this for very long but I keep finding new uses for it. It is a puree champ (did I mention the roasted parsnip and carrot soup?) and it chops, blends and whisks. Great for soups, sauces and salad dressings. And the best part, it cleans up in a snap.

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Screwpull Vertical Lever Wine Opener: Sure, I can open a bottle of wine with a $3 waiter-style corkscrew, but this is so easy to use I could open a hundred bottles without breaking a sweat. Plus it looks so good that it lives on the counter all the time and you never want to miss an opportunity to open a bottle of wine. Leather Pot Holders (fig c): These are LamsonSharp brand and I love them. Are they really better than the cheap, embroidered potholders in your mom’s kitchen? Yes, and they look cool. And believe it or not, they’re washable. As best I can tell, they are out of production, but since they will last forever, I’m good. You, my friend, are on your own. Boos Block Cutting Board: It’s big and heavy and the knife just slides across the surface without damaging the blade. A cheap plastic cutting board does the same thing, but the Boos does it better.

Twin-Probe Meat Thermometer: One probe tells me the temp inside the grill or smoker, the other measures the internal temp of the meat. Perfect for 10 pounds of pork shoulder on the smoker low and slow, or I can crank up the heat and add a hightemp probe for grilling steaks. It brings a little high-tech to the backyard barbeque. That’s it, a few of my favorite things. Some are flashy and new, some are simple and old school. Each one has its place in my kitchen and while I could cook without them, I wouldn’t want to. Do yourself a favor, eat something good today.

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t’s easy to think about the environment as an abstract element; when in fact, it is all around us. The environment is at the root of South Dakota’s primary industry: agriculture. Everyday – rain, shine or blizzard – the land is used to produce crops, meat and dairy for South Dakota and beyond. Yet many of us, myself included, are disconnected from this land that shapes what goes into family meals, clothes, makeup, gasoline and more. It is our responsibility to take an interest in and take care of the world around us. Healthy, sustainable farm land is fundamental to a healthy world. Ag United’s goal as a group developed through farm organizations (including the SD Cattleman’s Association, SD Corn Growers Association, SD Farm Bureau, SD Pork Producers Council, SD Soybean Association, SD Dairy Producers, SD Soybean Research & Promotional Council, and South Dakota Poultry Industries Association – (phew, talk about backing) is to reconnect consumers with the farm through booths at events, hosting farm open houses and a website offering events, news and profiles on real farm families. Knowledge is key. Ag United’s stance is to take consumers

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directly to their food source – the farmer – for information, rather than to outside interest groups. Farmers also have a responsibility to spread knowledge and share facts about what they do. According to Kelly Wubben of Ag United, theirs is a green story: “Farmers are true environmentalists, thinking always of the longevity of the land, family and future generations. Farmers have to take care of the land and the land has to take care of the farmer.” One way farmers are sharing their stories is through a new resource called The South Dakota Farmers Feed US program, which provides online “virtual” tours with farm and ranch families. Farmers tell their own stories about how they care for the land and their animals at www.farmersfeedus.org. Consumers can also sign up here to win a year’s worth of FREE groceries. In the ever-evolving farm world, education is essential. The Opportunities Farm, a gift to the SDSU Foundation, is an operating 1,120 acre piece of land where students can study issues ranging from environmental impact, livestock stress, and beyond. Paula Loewe, farm office manager, explains that a farm is a place to practice best standards and stewardship of the land. It also offers unique opportunities to recycle, such as reusing oil pipe, guard rail from highway reconstruction or railroad ties as fencing. Farmers are continually looking for ways to improve their operations and better the environment. Loewe explains,

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“Farmers can work with the National Resources Conservation Service (nrcs.usda.gov) to come up with a plan to manage farms to be both sustainable and profitable.” Agriculture, to Paula, is “the most important aspect of South Dakota. Producers should always be doing their best to respect their surroundings.” Farmers use an everyday practice of being “green,” by using precision ag technology, which helps farmers use chemicals sparingly and in ways that increase effectiveness. Many farmers feed livestock crops grown on their farm which provide them with manure. The manure, the ultimate recyclable material and most valuable crop nutrient, is carefully applied in a way to most efficiently be used by the land. Virtually nothing is wasted in livestock feeding, and today farmers continue to find new ways to get one more use out of each bushel of grain. Among the latest advances is using co-products from ethanol production called Dried Distillers Grains (DDG) as a part of livestock’s diet. Because of the many advances in technology today, one U.S. farmer feeds 155 people compared to 1950 when one U.S. farmer fed 30 people. Less land is also used while producing more food, American farmers grow 500 percent more corn than they did in 1930 on 20 percent less land. “Because of these advances in technology and the way farmers care for


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the land and their livestock, American consumers have the most affordable food in the world, spending only 10 percent of their income on food compared to 22 percent in the United Kingdom and 50 percent in India,” says Wubben. South Dakota is shaped by the land. When viewed from Google Map’s satellite, it’s a patchwork of fields that make up our state and knit us all together. Not an urban wasteland, but working rural communities and towns. Farming is in our roots and it’s our responsibility to keep environmental concerns at the forefront as well. By discovering resourceful ways to recycle and extend the lifespan of countless items, American farmers were in the forefront of today’s green movement and continue everyday to care for the land to pass on to future generations. If you have questions or would like to learn more about South Dakota agriculture please visit the following websites: www.agunited.org • www.farmersfeedus.org/sd http://sdda.sd.gov/

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’ve always been a prairie kind of a guy,” Jeff Scherschligt told me as we walked the prairie at Cherapa Place. It happened to be one of those chilly, windy days in early September that bears the message of what is to come. The thirty-knot wind grabbed shocks of big bluestems and switch grasses and thrashed them over Earth’s arched back with a splendid kinetic energy. It seemed the plants were bent to heave themselves free of their concrete barriers, curbs and sidewalks.

I couldn’t help but think of a phrase from Willa Cather’s novel, My Antonia, when she described the prairie: “… and there was so much motion in it; the whole country seemed, somehow, to be running.” When passing by plants that border the Cherapa Place property, you first notice common plants like ‘Karl Foerster’ grasses and ‘Stella de Oro’ daylilies. There is purpose to this landscape plan developed by Chad Kucker, landscape architect with Confluence.

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Familiar plants buffer property margins and make a visual transition from the familiar to what some might consider a strange sort of landscaping: a large prairie in the center of a city. “If we go full prairie right away, some people won’t understand what we are doing,” Jeff explained. “The look is not for everyone. Some probably say, ‘Look at Jeff’s weed patch.’” It’s easy to see irony in this; that prairie plants have become strangers in their own land; that humans have replaced dynamic native plants with static, labor-intensive non-native lawns that have to be mowed and maintained with polluting expensive chemicals – poisons, no less. Cherapa Place is South Dakota’s first LEED (“Green”) building to receive Gold Certification. LEED’s points were awarded in categories of energy and water efficiency and renewable materials to name a few. For the landscape portion, three points were given - one for reducing irrigation needs by one-half, another for having no permanent irrigation system after one year, and the third for maximized open space. At first, for quick growth immediately adjacent to the building at Cherapa Place, they transplanted 1800 four-inch to threegallon “plugs” of big and little bluestem, sideoats grama, switch, and Indian grass. Many were dug from acres that Jeff and his dad developed thirteen years ago as a hunting retreat. Others came from Sustainable Horizons of Lake Norden, SD. “They worked like a charm,” Jeff said. They matured quickly

and soon brushed the faceted slabs of the ancient quartzite that clad the lower exterior of the building. Like a great ship, Cherapa Place rises from its own prairie sea. Directly north of the ship, the sea expands to nearly one acre. Prairie Restorations of Princeton, Minnesota supplied the diverse grass and flowering plant (forbs) seed mixes for this area and Cliff Avenue Greenhouse handled the actual seeding operation and planted all potted plants. In the spring of 2008, seed was “drilled” into the soil at the correct depth and concentration. Broadcast seed would blow around or get eaten by wildlife. The higher bermed area to the east of this expanse, concentrates the taller grasses and forbs. Big bluestem, Indian grass, switch grass, goldenrod, pale purple coneflower and black-eyed Susan are some. The lower flatter, section grows short to intermediate plants such as little bluestem, side oats grama, the little eyelash grass called blue grama, purple prairie clover, long headed coneflower, pasque and purple smoke. Future plans for this space allow for the erection of tents for special events. The prairie would recover if mowed or covered for a day or two. Jeff also envisions this convenient inner-city prairie as a field trip destination for school classes, study groups, and docents. The fall colors were beginning to show the week of my visit. Fully developed seed had headed out and were like spindrift on

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the grassy waves. “Most people never think of that aspect of the prairie, the amazing fall colors,” Jeff said. Little bluestem carried the scene. Angora silk seeds would soon set sail from tips of grassy blades that have turned from green to bronze. It was hard to believe that the maturity and fullness of this prairie had developed after growing for only three seasons. Individual species of grasses had developed into thick natural drifts and intermingled at their margins. “It’s supposed to take five to seven years for forbs (flowering plants) to peak, but already we’ve seen things take off.” Jeff said. A number of flowering plugs had been concentrated near the walkways. Black–eyed Susan, vervain, beebalm, golden rod and asters were still showy this late in the season. Weed control is the primary maintenance. Thistles and ragweed are two of the culprits. They haven’t yet sprayed herbicides in the Cherapa prairie, though they have “painted” the poison on isolated perennial weeds. Otherwise most weed control has been through diligent hand weeding, removing weed seed before it shatters or clipping weeds back before they have a chance to bloom. At the end of our tour, Jeff pointed out special protrusions that jut from corners of huge chunks of quartzite placed like outcroppings at the building’s main entrance. These are buffalo rubbing stones. One twelve-foot slab is shaped like a small flatbottomed boat, and each corner had been worn until glassy; it

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might have been coated with thick lacquer. This is where buffalo have polished it slick. The wind blew me toward the car. The calm inside was relief, but the grasses still danced outside my window, vibrant in their element. Grasses evolved with wind. They breeze through high gales and survive tornados. Wind toughens them, strengthens their fiber. Wind blows amidst narrow and tiny leaves that stave off transpiration and dodge hailstones. (Ever see what a hailstorm does to wide hosta leaves?) Wind also breeds them; for grass pollen is dry and depends on air, not insects, to whoosh powdery golden gametes to receptive plants. I sat there for a few minutes to contemplate once-common prairie beauty and wondered this: Sioux quartzite is one of the hardest and oldest stones on earth. How long would it take for millions of buffalo to rub billion-year-old stone into glass? List of native plants growing in the Prairie at Cherapa Place: Forbs: Prairie smoke Pasque flower Showy penstemon Prairie phlox Butterfly milkweed Stiff tickseed

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Wedding Gown Preservation

Your wedding gown can last as long as the memory if it is cleaned and heirloomed. MENTION THIS AD AND RECEIVE $10 OFF your preservation at The French Door. 4819 S. Louise Avenue. 332-8841.

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Reveal’s New! Maximum Strength fat burner will rev up your energy & metabolism, revitalize your sleep, block stress and eliminate stubborn fat. 2 month supply just $209 or get started for as low as $49.99 at Complete Nutrition. 57th & Western. 274-7348.

Great Gifts

Shop for new and used textbooks, as well as great USF-themed gifts and apparel. Prices vary. University of Sioux Falls. 1101 W. 22nd St. 3316677. usiouxfalls.edu.

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Get this super comfy night shirt for yourself or to give as a gift. Special price $25 reg. $32. Visit our booth at the expo for her (Oct. 15 & 16 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center). Go Casual. 124 S. Phillips Ave. 334-5795.

Pumpkin Festival

Visit the Country Apple Orchard Pumpkin Festival! October 9 & 10 - come to the Pumpkin Patch to pick your own pumpkin. Also enjoy pumpkin bars, muffins, and pumpkin pie along with our apple pie and turnovers. Inflatables, pony rides, and train rides too! Country Apple Orchard. 4 1/2 miles south of Sioux Falls on Minnesota Ave. (605) 743-2424.

Nobody Says “I Do” ...like we do. Start your happily ever after at Raymond’s Jewellers. 206 S. Phillips Ave. 338-7550.


Autumn Distinction

Add a touch of distinction to your holiday décor with these stylish pumpkins. 3 sizes available. $34.99 $54.99 at Young & Richards. 236 S. Main Ave. 336-2815.

Hip & Unique

Women are hip & unique and so are Lemon Piel handbags. Hand-crafted in Columbia, with a portion of the proceeds from each bag donated to mission work in the country. Stand out at Hip Chic Boutique. 328 S. Phillips Ave. 271-8480.

Easy Drink Mixes

Just add your favorite alcohol or wine to these simple drink mixes and you have an instant party! Get them for just $7 each at the Chivilla Bay booth at the expo for her. Oct 15 & 16 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. Chivilla Bay. 57th & Western. 274-0550.

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Use on second-day hair or after a workout. Within 7 Seconds your hair is fresh & clean and you’re ready for the day! Rainn Salon. 57th & Western. 521-5099.

The brighter the better! Mix and match for countless options. These wild and wonderful pieces are hot, hot, hot! $49.99 at Fifth Avenue Collection. Shop their showroom at 708 E. Benson Rd. 335-0602.

Exceptionally Soft

These Body Wrappers ProTECH dance leos are exceptionally soft, wick moisture, dry fast and offer all season comfort. $40 at The Dance Line. 2115 S. Minnesota Ave. 335-8242.

My Key Inspirations

Shouldn’t your key be as unique as your castle? Hand-cut works of art you take to your locksmith to create a beautiful key to your home. Get your key at the You’ve Been Framed booth at the expo for her. Oct. 15 & 16 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center. From $16. You’ve Been Framed. 57th & Western. 361-9229.

Win This Island

Visit the expo for her - October 15 & 16 at the Sioux Falls Convention Center - and register to win this beautiful kitchen island from StarMark Cabinetry. StarMark Cabinetry - 600 E. 48th St. North. 336-5595.


Head Wraps

Wrap your head in these fun and fashionable head wraps this Fall. Just $15.99 each at Stride Rite. 2425 S. Shirley Ave. 362-7728.

The Color Purple

Purple is perfect for Fall. Add this beautifully detailed ruffled handbag to your favorite Fall outfit. $84 at Posh Boutique. 57th & Western. 271-2164.

From Work to Play

This Fall, Lindsay Phillips will take you from work to play in your own style with the new collection of closed toe shoes. From $64. Snaps $12 each at Tote-ally Gorgeous Boutique. 57th & Western. 274-3500.

Farmhouse Fresh Honey Heel Glaze

A scrumptious bottle of love for heels and toes. Available at Simply Perfect. 8th & Railroad Center. 401 E. 8th St. (605) 338-3599.

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Arroyo Craftsman lighting – ageless styles individually handcrafted by American Artisans that afford a reprieve from the mass-produced world, available only through Authorized Dealers. Artisan House Galleries, downtown at 229 S. Phillips Ave. 605-373-0700.

Year Round Bloom

Use these versatile topiaries year round — in any room of your home. Can be used in a casual or formal setting. No fuss, no muss. $59 - $89 at Twetten’s Interiors. 26th & Minnesota. 275-3456.

A Festive Fall

Celebrate any occasion this Fall in style. You’ll have a ball in this flirty, fabulous dress. $198 at Interlude Bridal. 2425 S. Shirley Ave. 323-2210.

Bountiful Whimsy

Wrap them up in bountiful whimsy, playful expression and organic fabrics. Twirls & Twigs illuminates mindful fashion. Find these natureinspired blankets ($60) & animals ($30) at Sprout. 2425 S. Shirley Ave. 271-2999.


Cutie Patootie

Your tiny dancer will spend countless hours twirling her cutie patootie in this adorable tutu from Kids Stuff Super Store. Just $29.99. 3109 S. Carolyn Ave. 361-8636.

The Colors of Fall

Bring the colors of Fall into your home with a custom-designed silk floral arrangement. Have one made in any size, style and color scheme. Shown $168 at Josephine’s Floral Design. 8th & RR. 338-9290.

Warm Your Soul

Warm your soul with a pumpkin spiced latte from Kaladi’s. Available at both locations. Downtown at 10th & Phillips, 977-0888 or 26th & Minnesota, 339-3322.

Messenger Bag 1921 Denim

It’s sweater, denim & boot season. Get the latest of each and keep warm in style this Fall. Shown $149 & $153 at AMaVo. 57th & Louise. 274-8674.

This Brighton® Messenger Bag is perfect for an evening out or to take on vacation. $250 at Susanne’s on Phillips. 216 S. Phillips Ave. 330-4002.

Seasonal Cheer

Choose from over 10 Oktoberfest special brews. Celebrate the season whether you are German or not! Available at Good Spirits Fine Wine & Liquor. 41st & Minnesota. 3391500.

Constructive Eating

Use these utensils to create a fun way to enjoy dinner — even for those picky eaters. $6.95 each at Forget Me Not Gift Boutique. 57th & Western. 335-9878.

Warm Up!

Warm up with a delicious bowl of soup in a home-made bread bowl (available every day). Over a dozen different soup mixes to choose from. Breadsmith. 609 W. 33rd, 338-1338 or 26th & Marion, 276-2338.


Monster Mash

Create these spooktacular Halloween salad plates to use every Fall for years to come. Starting at just $18 each. Easy-to-follow templates available. Color Me Mine. 3709 W. 41st St. (605) 362-6055.

Sentimental Silver Fresh, Fast, Flavorful

Fresh, fast, & flavorful is what you’ll get when Mixed caters your next event! We specialize in savory salads, wraps, and paninis. Mixed also delivers. 2604 S. Louise Ave. (across from Home Depot) 2712161. www.mixedgogreen.com

Sentimental Silver has a wide array of hand stamped personalized pendants, sterling silver photo jewelry, and custom mommy jewelry. Each pure silver (.999%) pendant is made completely by hand using recycled silver. Every piece is truly one of a kind. www.sentimentalsilver.com

Blabla Dolls Personalized Sight Word Pad

Personalized sight word pads have 20 activity pages kids will love. The pad also contains a heavy cover sheet that turns into 20 personalized flash cards when cut to size. The pages are padded on the top edge. 11” x 17”. $24.95 at www. frecklebox.com

Fall Décor Galore

Random Harvest is fall ready! Stop in and view all of our fun, unique decorating items. “My Pretties” metal Halloween garland, $24. Fabric gift tags come in a variety of styles for just $4 each. Random Harvest. 8th & RR. 401 E. 8th St. 274-3343.

A Classic Favorite

Remember how much fun you had with Shrinky Dinks? Share that fun with your kids. Halloween set just $16.99 at Child’s Play Toys. 233 S. Phillips Ave. (605) 274-8697.

Blabla’s collection is designed by Florence Wetterwald and knitted by Peruvian artisans. Made from natural fibers of exceptional quality, making the line irresistibly soft and cuddly. Contemporary products that feel like old friends. $36 - $46 at www.blablakids.com

Get Your Fruit Pies Here

The Cookie Jar makes all sorts of them! Come in for a slice or buy them whole. Check our website to see all of our homemade creations and lunch menu. www.cookiejarsd.com 125 W. 10th St. (605) 978-0991.

Go Wild

Go wild this Fall in this faux leather jacket with satin zebra print inside. The cost is just $89. Looks terrific these over dresses as well as with jeans. Lillian’s. Open the first Thursday - Sunday each month. 311 S. Phillips. (605) 275-5720.


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Reserve now for your special dates! Northwoods Vista is a beautiful lodge 45 min. south of Sioux Falls. Rent for a night, weekend, or holiday. Gourmet kitchen, laundry, and steam shower. www. northwoodsvista.com or (605) 310-6692.

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Support Regional Artists

The South Dakota Art Museum Store supports regional artists. Bud vases by Dan Daggett. South Dakota Art Museum Store, Brookings, SD. www. southdakotaartmuseum.com

Ciao Bella!

Celebrate feminine beauty and grace, much like the exquisite beauty of Italy. Ciao, bella! At Holsen Hus. 126 S. Phillips Ave. 331-4700.

Great for Active Days Patagonia Women’s Re-Tool Snap-T® Pullover is a warm and technical jacket with feminine seaming that is great for active days outdoors during the changing seasons. $119.00 at the Great Outdoor Store. 201 E. 10th Street. In the Historic Rock Island Depot building. 335-1132.

The Original Maternity Candle New at the Dutch Rose!

You’ll love this Civil War reproduction “Miniatures” fabric line by Windham Fabrics. Perfect for fall & holiday projects. 5107 W. 41st St. 362-1650.

The pour deux baby-powder scented soy candles make ideal shower or new baby gifts. Choose the month they will be born and baby’s personality traits are featured on the box. Babies are heaven scent. $29.95 each at Cutie Pie Belly & Baby Boutique. 225 S. Phillips Ave. 271-2781.

Fall, Fashion, Fun!

Fabulous fall colors, Schaefer patterns and yarns make great additions to anyone’s wardrobe. For class listings call or check our website. Available at Athena Fibers, 3915 S. Hawthorne, 271-0741, www.athenafibers.com.

Picture Perfect

Pretty Please Boutique, now open in Dell Rapids, is just a short drive away. Discover a shop full of unique treasures! Home decor, baby items, handbags & so much more. Frames shown just $14 $17. 336 E. 4th St. Dell Rapids. (605) 759-1527.


Wilde Gifts!

Wilde Prairie Winery has a great selection of wine and wine accessories. Create your own gift basket with this cork cage $24.99. Or choose this hand-painted wine glass by a local artist for $12. wildeprairiewinery.com 605-582-6471 Brandon, S.D.

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hilarious”. The main attraction is the annual costume contest, where there are cash prizes and categories for the best dressed attendees. You will also find a haunted house, kids activities, and much more. Kidweird features a haunted house suitable for the kids and includes scary games, candy, and a costume contest. If you would also like to stay in a spooky place while visiting, the Best Western Hickok House in Deadwood is ideal. It is said that the ghost of the Hotel’s namesake, Wild Bill Hickok, has been seen on the property. The Bullock Hotel is another option, located on Main Street. Reportedly, the hotel has been the site of various strange and eerie paranormal experiences. Over 70 guests and staff members have claimed to have seen the ghost of Seth Bullock, Deadwood’s first sheriff. The descriptions given in each report of the ghost are eerily similar.

If you are itching to see a haunted mansion in Deadwood, visit the historic Adams House, where you will learn unusual facts while taking an enchanting tour given by the Black Hills Storytellers. On Halloween night everyone is invited to dress up in their costumes and join them for some trick or treating at this haunted mansion. Not far away from Deadwood is Rapid City, where you will find the popular Alex Johnson Hotel. All of the paranormal activity here seems to originate from one place in the hotel - the eighth floor. Legend has it that during the late 1920s, a young bride fell off of the balcony of her eighth floor hotel room on the night of her wedding. Her ghost is said to haunt the hotel, with people reporting seeing her and hearing a woman crying. Also located in Rapid City is Fort Fear, one of South Dakota’s premier

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professional haunted attractions. Over 12,000 square feet of pure terror set in the Old West and based on the short story, “The Legend of Ornias Goodnight” by published horror writer Adrian Ludens. At Custer State Park, you can enjoy a Halloween night hike on October 29 - 30, 2010. This year’s theme is “Every-Birdy Loves Howlloween”. Costumed characters portraying birds that call Custer State Park home will guide you on a one-mile night hike along a paved trail lit only by jack-o-lanterns and tiki torches. Hikers depart from the Peter Norbeck Visitor Center every 15 minutes between 5:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. both nights, making their way to the Game Lodge Campground and back. The birds will teach you why they live where they live, their favorite foods, and why they have the nicknames they do. Other birds might surprise the hikers by showing up to plead their case as being

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one of the most common birds of the park that bird-watchers seek. Each hike lasts approximately one hour, and the event is suitable for young children. Preregistration is required. If you don’t want to have to travel much during the holiday season, Sioux Falls has some of its own attractions for Halloween. Located near the city is the Gitchie Manitou State Preserve, full of Native-American history that dates back more than four centuries. This beautiful spread of protected land is said to be filled with the spirits of Native Americans who lived there hundreds of years ago. Scientists have uncovered several artifacts and signs that strongly indicate the area has actually been inhabited for more than 8,000 years. Visitors to the preserve have claimed feeling strange sensations and seeing the apparition of a young man wandering around during the pitch black of night.

A very popular attraction in Sioux Falls during the month of October is at the Great Plains Zoo & Delbridge Museum. Every year, more than 10,000 children and adults alike are thrilled with the annual Halloween extravaganza, ZooBoo, which is filled with treats, fun, and surprises and is one of the region’s premier Halloween event. The pathways are illuminated by hand-carved Jack-o-Lanterns at night as you stroll through the Zoo gathering tricks and treats along the way. Featuring Treat Tents scattered throughout the grounds, attractions include the Hall of Flames and the Spooky Carousel. Held on October 22 - 24, 2010, in rain, snow or shine, ZooBoo is completely outdoors, so be sure to dress for the weather, and don’t forget to wear your costume! The most important thing to remember while having fun with your terror-riffic tricks, treats and costumes is to stay smart and stay safe. Have a happy Halloween!

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Carol’s Story Breast cancer survivor says: ‘Listen to your body.’ BY DONNA FARRIS, for Avera McKennan Hospital & University Health Center

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hen Carol Daly noticed a spider bite on her chest as she was drying off from a morning shower seven years ago, she thought nothing of it. “But when I started to notice pain in my breast like an infection, it got my attention.” She searched the internet to try to learn what it could be, and asked her doctor. “I had the feeling that something wasn’t right,” she said. She scheduled a mammogram, and the results showed a change from previous screenings. A follow-up ultrasound showed a tiny spot, and a biopsy proved it was cancer – namely ductal

carcinoma. “It was only 0.4 cm, but still, whenever you hear the ‘c’ word, the fear almost paralyzes you,” Carol said. Carol’s surgeon reassured her that her cancer was very treatable. “I remember him telling me that I would go through some difficult stuff, but then I could go on with my life. I started to think that maybe this wasn’t a death sentence,” Carol said. She had a lumpectomy, six rounds of chemotherapy and 36 radiation treatments. Because the cancer tested to be estrogen receptor positive, her treatment was followed by Arimidix, which lowers estrogen levels.

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A first grade teacher at Garfield Elementary in Sioux Falls, Carol kept working throughout most of her treatment. “That was one thing that really helped me. I was determined to keep my life as normal as possible.” Her chemo was scheduled every three weeks, so each time, she would take Friday off to get her treatment, feel sick over the weekend, and then go back to the classroom on Monday.

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“I see it as my way of giving back. I can support As women, we all need to be there for each othe research, as well as new technology and equipmen for women who may not be able to afford the cos “My girlfriends picked out the cutest wig for me so I did not look sick. My little first grade students didn’t know I was going through cancer treatment – I didn’t want them worrying about me,” she said. Her husband, Mike, and son, Derek, were also very supportive. Her son, in high school at the time, “was one of my biggest cheerleaders,” Carol said. “Having a strong, supportive family is really important when you’re fighting cancer.” As a friend of Peggy Kirby and Debby Olson, organizers of the

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first Avera Race Against Breast Cancer 22 years ago, Carol has always been aware of the race. “It became more meaningful for me after I got breast cancer.” Today, Carol is a “Think Pink” lady, serving as an honorary co-chair of the annual Avera Race Against Breast Cancer in May. “I see it as my way of giving back. I can support breast cancer prevention and support the cure. As women, we all need to be there for each other,” Carol said. “The Race supports breast cancer research, as well as new technology and equipment for


breast cancer prevention and support the cure. er,” Carol said. “The Race supports breast cancer nt for our medical facilities, and it provides money st of a mammogram – that’s so important to me.” our medical facilities, and it provides money for women who may not be able to afford the cost of a mammogram – that’s so important to me.” To this date, Carol doesn’t know if the painful spider bite had anything to do with her breast cancer. “I see it as a Godincidence instead of a coincidence – his way of getting my attention.” Carol advises other women to listen to their body. “If you think something isn’t right, you really have to be persistent

and get to the bottom of it.” She also is a strong advocate for a healthy lifestyle, doing self-breast exams and getting annual mammograms. “We don’t have a choice about getting breast cancer – we do have a choice in how we deal with it. It’s important to stay informed, schedule regular mammograms and do everything you can to stay on top of it and catch it early.” For more information, go to www.AveraThinkPink.org

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ost of us like the thrill of the chill that runs down our spines when presented with a scare, especially during the Halloween holiday. One of the best ways to have a bit of Halloween fun is a good old-fashioned haunted house. You can create one in your yard, your garage, or even inside your home. Although you are never too old to enjoy a clean, fun fright, Halloween is the season when kids too love to be scared, spooked and startled. However, there is a thin line between an innocent spook and a childhood trauma. Make sure you know your limits and plan ahead to get to know your participants. Consider the tolerance levels of small children, and encourage the people who might be acting with scary costumes to every once in awhile show their faces and comfort the child by giving them a small treat and a smile. Coming up with ideas for a haunted house, creating it, and performing the roles is as much fun for kids as walking through it. Have a guide take small groups through the haunted house, narrating as they go. Lighting is probably the most effective special effect. Use flashlights, colored light bulbs, green spotlights, and night lights to create low lighting that is safe enough but highlights the scary things. Make sure you have the capability to turn up the lights in case the kids that are pushed a bit too far, or give each child their own light to hold to give them a sense of security while wandering through your dimly lit creation. Glowin-the-dark paint, chalk, or stars are inexpensive and will go far at your haunted house when spattered all over an area. A black light will also create wonderful entertainment for the kids. Creating just the right atmosphere in your haunted house is half the battle. Eerie sounds and other spooky effects also add to the excitement. Play spooky music or have sound effects

soundtracks, which you can find at any Halloween store. Start out with a bit of entry way fun. Cut a piece of garbage bag big enough to fit your entry way and hang it up. Cut thin strips in the plastic from the bottom going up so people can now pass through to get to the other room. Another idea for

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your entry way or even every doorway is to hang up black or white thread, giving the feeling of walking into cobwebs. Yellow caution tape is also a nice touch to the outside of your haunted house. Create some giant spiders by hanging store-made spider webs or unraveled cotton balls in narrow spaces and hallways and using styrofoam balls and pipe cleaners suspended from fishing line or thread as the creepy creatures. A hidden helper can cause the spiders to fall on the visitors by holding a fishing pole and dropping them down sporadically. Set up gravestones made from cereal boxes painted gray with creative headstone markings in a dark room or in your backyard. For an extra spooky effect, rent a fog machine and add tiki torches. Gather up old science fair equipment including beakers and tubes, and anything in your kitchen resembling a scientist’s lab. Have someone volunteer to be a mad scientist and wear a wild white wig and a lab coat. Fill jars with various colored liquids and

drop items into them such as doll parts or stuffed toys. Light the jars from behind with string lights. The kids will enjoy exploring the potions and concoctions. Also set out a few edible potions such as green juice or green or black olives for them to try. You can also set up a Frankenstein workshop with gross body parts mimicked by cooked spaghetti, peeled oranges and grapes, and other foods. Have your guests put their hands into these slimy and gooey things for a hands-on experience. An eerie witch’s room with someone dressed in a witch costume, telling a scary story while stirring a black, plastic Halloween cauldron can be a great effect to scare the children. Fill the cauldron with water and a glow stick, to make the water glow. Some might opt for dry ice for an even spookier effect, but this might be dangerous because it is not supposed to be handled with bare hands. Decorate the room with witch accessories such as a broom, a black cat, and other items. Create walls and passageways by using black, plastic

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sheeting, which is available at most hardware and home improvement stores. This is also good to use for covering windows so too much light doesn’t enter. One of the scariest effects is to simply have costumed “actors” stand or sit motionless throughout your haunted house, and incorporate props and dummies so the visitors are confused by what’s real and what’s not. The actors only have to make just slight moves, or slowly sneak up behind people to scare them. It would be a good idea to warn your actors to never touch anyone who is already frightened as they walk through, because it could be dangerous and lead to other issues. Remember to keep your haunted house simple and appropriately cheesy to accomplish the good feeling of the Halloween spirit and a slight fright along the way. With some creativity, good planning, and patience, your haunted house will be a true success. Creativity and a desire to scare people will also come in handy. Happy haunting!

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First of all, the best time to start making healthy lifestyle choices is long before you are actually pregnant. As early as six months before pregnancy, a woman should make sure she is eating a healthy diet and cutting out risky behaviors such as smoking and alcohol use to make sure her body is ready for a baby. She should also take a prenatal vitamin with at least 400 micrograms of folic acid, a supplement that can help prevent neural tube defects. If you’re already pregnant, don’t worry, it’s not too late to make healthy changes that can benefit both you and your baby. Your physician will talk to you about appropriate weight gain in pregnancy. The normal healthy weight gain for a pregnant woman is between 25 and 35 pounds. However, women who are underweight may need to gain more while overweight women may be advised not to gain any weight at all.

In general, pregnant women should opt for a diet that includes plenty of calcium, fruits and vegetables, as well as meats and fish. Calories are the number one most important nutritional factor in determining a healthy birth weight for your baby. The average pregnant woman needs 350 more calories a day during the second trimester of pregnancy and 450 more calories during the third trimester. When you’re looking to add those extra calories, do it with the best food choices, adding more dairy products, fruits and vegetables and grains instead of fast foods or three scoops of ice cream at bedtime. Babies who are a healthy weight at birth have the very best outcomes. They’re healthier overall, tend to breastfeed better and are most capable of regulating their own bodies.

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“Eating healthy foods while pregnant will be a gift to both yourself and your baby.”

Avoiding Problems Some types of foods have little or no place in a pregnant woman’s diet. While few randomized controlled studies have been done on caffeine use during pregnancy, doctors think that there is a link between excessive caffeine and preterm births or small birth-weight babies. Physicians generally recommend limiting yourself to 200 mg of caffeine per day – which equates to two small cups of regular coffee or four small cups of black tea – while pregnant. Few tests have been done on artificial sweeteners during pregnancy. While most doctors don’t suggest cutting out all sodas or food items that include sugar substitutes, using these in moderation is probably a good idea.

Alcohol should simply be avoided. While we know that large amounts of alcohol can cause mental retardation and/or physical abnormalities on a growing baby, we really don’t have studies that tell us what amount is safe. The safest thing to do for your baby is simply not to drink during pregnancy.

Healthy Lifestyle Eating healthy foods while pregnant will be a gift to both yourself and your baby. Your food choices will give your baby the nutrition he or she needs to grow and develop normally. The right diet will also nourish you and help you to maintain your energy level. By selecting the best foods, you can make every bite count.

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THESE ARE JUST SOME OF THE WONDERFUL BOOKS FOR CHILDREN WE HAVE COME ACROSS THIS MONTH. WE HOPE TO SHARE WITH YOU SOME YOU HAVE NOT SEEN BEFORE AND ALSO INTRODUCE OTHERS BEING RELEASED IN THE NEAR FUTURE. ENJOY.

Baby’s Book Tower by Leslie Patricelli Included in this set is a sampling of Leslie Patricelli’s must-have toddler titles, perfectly sized for little hands. Featured are four fun, chunky books: BABY HAPPY BABY SAD, NO NO YES YES, QUIET LOUD, YUMMY YUCKY. Read them like books! Stack them like blocks! Little ones are sure to reach out for these tiny board books starring Leslie Patricelli’s beloved baby character. 0 mos - 3 yrs Candlewick Press

Toby and the Secrets of the Tree by Timothee de Fombelle Toby’s world is under greater threat than ever before. A giant crater has been dug right into the center of the tree, moss and lichen have invaded the branches, and one tyrant controls it all. Leo Blue, once Toby’s best friend, is holding Toby’s beloved Elisha prisoner, hunting the Grass People with merciless force, and inflicting a life of poverty and fear on the Tree People. A breathless, high-stakes quest to save the miniature world of the tree — and reunite loved ones lost — unfolds with wit, suspense, and startling revelations. 9 yrs and up Candlewick Press

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Potty by Leslie Patricelli There comes a point in a toddler’s life when going in one’s diaper is only one possible option, and the question must be raised: Should I go in my potty? With pitch-perfect humor and pacing, Leslie Patricelli follows the inner dialogue (sure to have little ones shouting responses) and hilarious actions of everyone’s favorite Baby, winding up with an over-the-top look of surprise and delight that will have both parents and offspring laughing out loud. “I did it!” 1 yr - 3 yrs Candlewick Press

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AlphaOops!: H Is for Halloween by Alethea Kontis Ack! It’s time for the show, and A isn’t ready. But then again, Halloween can only start with one letter, no matter how the A-B-Cs normally go! The misbehaving alphabet is back, and there’s no telling who will take the stage next. Z for zombie? P for pirate? Will X think of something good in time? Neon-bright, comically detailed illustrations show a cacophony of costumed letters, each with a mind and personality all its own. Along the bottom, tiny pumpkins arrange the players in proper order, making this alphabet story letter-perfect for Halloween. 4 yrs - 8 yrs Candlewick Press

Big Scary Monster by Thomas Docherty Big Scary Monster is one misunderstood beastie. He loves to jump out and surprise his friends, but he’s not mean, really. Yet when his friends start hiding from him, he decides to look for new creatures to frighten ... only to wind up finding out he’s a bit of a scaredy-cat himself! This funny, original story with a mind-bending twist is a wonderful read-aloud sure to engage little monsters everywhere. 3 yrs - 5 yrs Candlewick Press


Ant and Honey Bee: A Pair of Friends at Halloween by Megan McDonald Ant is getting antsy. Only a few hours till trickor-treat, and she and Honey Bee don’t have their costumes figured out. Maybe they should go as a pair! With a burst of creativity and hard work, they make a two-things-that-go-together pair of cardboard costumes just in time. But outside the night turns rainy and windy, and soon the proud duo have dissolved into a set of soggy sad sacks. Can the quick-thinking friends turn their mushy problem into a smashing success? 5 yrs - 8 yrs Candlewick Press

Ginger and the Mystery Visitor by Charlotte Voake It’s a wonderful arrangement: Ginger, the kitten, and the girl who looks after them. Until a spy appears at the window, and even shows up one day in the kitchen licking their bowls! The girl is curious as to where the large and seemingly hungry feline comes from. But when she ties a note to his collar asking, “Do I belong to anyone?”, she gets a surprising response that will tickle anyone who knows cats. With spare, expressive illustrations capturing the animals’ body language to a T, here is a charming read-aloud treat for animal lovers and children who like a gentle taste of intrigue. 3 yrs and up Candlewick Press

Vampireology A Genuine and Moste Authentic Ology Long before the term vampire was born, long before Bram Stoker fictionalized this being’s ways, blood-drinking demons were banished to Earth by Michael’s host of Angels, or so the Bible describes. Now this rich, mesmerizing resource, written in 1900, sheds light on what happened hence to the three vampire bloodlines — especially the tortured souls known as the Belial. Interspersed are booklets, flaps, and letters between a young paranormal researcher who discovered the book in the 1920s and an oddly alluring woman who seeks his help. 10 yrs and up Candlewick Press

Speckle the Spider by Emma Dodson Speckle is sure he’s a special kind of spider — so special and talented that he should be better appreciated than he is at home in the Bahamas. So off he sets on an adventure in search of fame and recognition, and after some run-ins with giants of various species, finally finds himself on public display. The ambitious Speckle is certainly getting lots of attention, but it’s not quite what he had in mind! 3 yrs - 6 yrs Candlewick Press

“Creak!” Said the Bed by Phyllis Root It’s the middle of the night. Everyone’s snoozing in bed when out of the darkness, squeak goes the door. Mama’s eyes fly open. Who is awake? Evie? Ivy? Little Mo? On a stormy night in a little house, only Papa keeps snoring away — snurkle, snark — unaware of the wild weather outside and the growing number of nervous bedmates within. Can nothing wake him? Creak! says the bed. . . . With a cumulative series of comical events, this delightful story sends readers barreling toward bedlam. 4 yrs - 8 yrs Candlewick Press

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Kevin Gansz: Sharing History and Mystery BY DIANNE ERDMANN

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ow does a little boy growing up on a dairy farm in New York, grow up to be the Curator of Education of the Siouxland Heritage Museums? Would you believe because of the movie Dances with Wolves? As a child, Kevin Gansz could be found in front of the TV devouring any history shows he could find. When it was time to make college plans, he saw the movie, Dances with Wolves. The rest was, well, shall we say, history. I sat down with Kevin at the Old Courthouse Museum, to learn more about his love of South Dakota history, and maybe uncover its mystery.

So, how does a New York boy end up in a place like this? I grew up in Lyons, NY. Since I was the littlest of kids I had an interest in history. When I was looking at colleges is the same time that Dances with Wolves came out. It was my first experience with knowing what land in South Dakota looked like. I was intrigued by the idea that there were places in this

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country where you could go and still not be within sight of civilization. I ended up at Augustana where I majored in history and education.

How did you become associated with the museum? I actually did student teaching here. I thought the only thing you could do with a history degree was teach. I worked part time at the museum, and found out that it was another great option. By 1997, I had a full time job here.

Jump into my time machine back to your favorite time of Sioux Falls history, Kevin. Where are we? We are back in the 1880s. We are at the heart of the city, 9th and Phillips. You can see it is a boom time here, with buildings going up, people, and horses. It doesn’t smell the best. Over a 1,000 people come every year from all over; even Europe! People of distinction stay at the Cataract Hotel. Some make speeches from the balcony.

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Where is the “in place” to live here in the 1880s? Oh, up on “The Hill” in the Cathedral District, North to around 10th street. You can get out of dirty, stinky bustling downtown and catch a breath of fresh air. People of wealth and standing build their homes there. Duluth Avenue is also called Charge or Society Street. To have that address is to have enough money to charge downtown.

Let’s head back to the Old Courthouse Museum in 2010. It is that “haunted time” of the year. Anything spooky you’d like to share? Well, the building we are in can be kind of eerie. Prior to 1889, before there was a museum here, this was the site of public execution in Sioux Falls. At least three people were hanged at this site — and one was innocent.

What happened? Thomas Eagan was accused of killing his wife. He claimed

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he was innocent. They hanged him three times! The first time the rope broke. The second time a deputy inadvertently broke his fall. The third time was the end of Thomas Eagan. On her deathbed, his stepdaughter solved the mystery when she admitted she had quarreled with her mother and killed her.

And to this day you can hear him protesting his innocence? Well, I don’t know, but it’s quite a story.

I know the museum has some Halloween plans. Tell me about them. We have the Haunted Bus Tour in October. We take people on an hour-long tour of alleged haunted sites, mostly downtown. We do the haunted tour with a “believe it or not” attitude. Information is presented as it has been given to us. A lot of it centers on historical structures and public buildings where people have had scary experiences.

Can you share your stories? We are kind of tight-lipped, but I would just say some of the

stories are from credible people who have had experiences that can’t be explained away very easily. They are some of our best stories.

Do you have anything especially for the kids? Yes, we have a Halloween party here scheduled for Sunday Oct 31st. It’s free and includes treats, activities and a costume contest.

I hear you have a new program this year. Tell me about it. Yes! We have a new program debuting called the Ghosts and Graves tour which will take place at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. We are going to have local actors portray colorful characters from Sioux Falls history who are buried in the cemetery. Expect to be guided by lantern light to meet them and hear about their lives.

It sounds like history can be fun and interesting. Your career has included everything from wolves to graves. I guess so! You could say history has so much to offer, well, it’s….scary.

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t only took a few seconds for Piper to find an open toilet and take a big drink. A disgusting move, but the bowl had cleaner solution in it! Our pets can get themselves into a lot of trouble with normal everyday items in our homes. Cleaning solutions are very caustic and cause damage to the mouth, esophagus and stomach. My knee jerk reaction was to have her vomit immediately to get it out of her system. The first thing to do should be to call your veterinarian, the Pet Poison Hotline and the company’s customer service number on the side of the bottle. After getting all of the advice, I gave her milk to drink to balance the pH and a moderate amount of water to further dilute the product ingested. She is fine and has not missed a beat. Eating their owners’ medications is another common poisoning that we encounter. Tylenol and Advil are common medications that are consumed. It is difficult to find the

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attraction to a plastic bottle and bitter medicine, but dogs apparently like it. Tylenol or acetaminophen is very toxic to your pet’s liver. It also can interfere with the red blood cells’ ability to carry oxygen. If they consume enough, their blood will be the color of chocolate milk. Quick therapy and medicating with the antidote can minimize the damage. Advil or ibuprofen is also very toxic to the kidneys of dogs and cats. Even a small dosage can cause damage and a large amount will totally destroy them. If you suspect ingestion, call immediately and start IV fluids. Bolts, nuts and screws are not very tasty, but pets like to consume them. The newer hardware and pennies contain zinc. The zinc will destroy the red blood cells in the body and if it is not surgically removed it will kill your pet. Often we find them by accident when x-rays are taken. Antifreeze is always a danger, but especially in the fall as we


prepare for the cold weather. 1 or 2 tablespoons is lethal to a medium sized dog. At the beginning it does not appear to be a problem. In 24 hours the ethylene glycol portion of antifreeze will crystallize and destroy the kidneys. There are no home remedies and time is not on your side. Take them immediately to your veterinarian. Quick and appropriate treatment can minimize the damage. Plants can also be a source of toxins for our pets. The list is too long to go over, but you should make an inventory of your houseplants and research their potential toxicity. A good rule of thumb is to not allow your pets to consume any houseplant. At a minimum they can cause irritation to their stomach. If you suspect that your pet has ingested something, call immediately. It is always appropriate to treat aggressively and quickly to prevent any damage to your pets body. The Pet Poison Hotline is 800-213-6680. Keep them Safe.

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Dillinger Gang Bank Robbery BY ARDYCE SAMP

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n March 6, 1934, John Dillinger led five other gangsters in a brazen daylight robbery of the Security National Bank. Arriving in a stolen 1934 Packard, Dillinger and three men entered the bank lobby. All wore turned-down, widebrimmed felt hats to conceal their identities and long overcoats to hide their weapons. One gang member shouted, “This is a hold up!” Instantly a bank employee touched a security button and set off a clamorous alarm. Angered, the bandits ordered about 30 bank employees and customers to raise their hands and to stand facing a wall. Lester Gillis, a.k.a. “Baby Face Nelson,” then spotted motorcycle police officer Hale Keith running toward the bank

in response to the alarm. Gillis wounded Keith by firing a burst from his Thompson submachine gun through a large plate glass north window. “St. Paul Tommy“ Carroll patrolled in front of the YMCA Block on the southeast corner of the intersection. For crowd control, he periodically fired a submachine gun to keep hundreds of onlookers at bay. He also held hostage several bystanders and lawmen. To ensure their getaway, the bandits forced five bank employees to stand as human shields on the Packard running boards. They fired at pursuing law enforcement vehicles and scattered roofing nails to disable them. The gang netted $49,500 from the heist.

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Wanted Poster John Dillinger was the leader of two successive gangs of vicious gunmen who killed without hesitation. Wearing a bulletproof vest and grasping either an automatic pistol or a Thompson submachine gun, his knack for planning and executing bank robberies and jail escapes made him one of the most notorious criminals of his day. Many called Dillinger a magician who could get out of jails as easily as Houdini! Image owner: Chris Hegle.

Security National Bank The gangsters stole a new 1934 Packard in St. Paul, MN, which they used to travel to Sioux Falls. (1) Gangster John Hamilton parked the Packard in front of the bank. (2) Dillinger and three of his confederates entered the bank using the building’s original main entrance. After police officer Hale Keith heard the bank’s alarm, he ran from the Police Station and crossed Ninth Street toward the bank. (3) Baby Face Nelson shot him through a large, closed plate glass window. (4) Keith fell to the sidewalk and dragged himself (5) onto Ninth Street. Image owner: Siouxland Heritage Museums.

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