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December 2020 Siouxland Kids Events

 

in background, evergreen needles and pinecones are dusted with snow and festive sprinkles. in foreground, the title "Siouxland Famlly Events December 2020"

Every month I list family-friendly events in Siouxland, from storytimes to craft events and concerts, along with a few holidays from serious to silly! I'll update throughout the month as new events and details are released. You might also be interested in my Christmas in Siouxland post!


  • Tues 12/1
  • Weds 12/2
    • 10:30am: Virtual storytime presented by the Sioux City Public Library on Facebook
  • Thurs 12/3
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
  • Fri 12/4
    • National Cookie Day
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
  • Sat 12/5
    • 11am: First Saturday Family Storytime presented by the Sioux City Public Library on Zoom. Sign up here
    • Noon-4pm: Santa in the Window at the Warrior Hotel
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve

  • Sun 12/6
    • St. Nicholas Day
  • Mon 12/7
    • 10am-4:30pm: Come & Go Christmas at the North Sioux City Library
  • Tues 12/8
    • 10am-4:30pm: Come & Go Christmas at the North Sioux City Library
  • Weds 12/9
    • 10am-4:30pm: Come & Go Christmas at the North Sioux City Library
    • 10:30am: Virtual storytime presented by the Sioux City Public Library on Facebook
  • Thurs 12/10
    • Chanukah begins
    • 10am-4:30pm: Come & Go Christmas at the North Sioux City Library
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
  • Fri 12/11
    • Winterfest at the Norm Waitt Sr. YMCA
    • 10am-4:30pm: Come & Go Christmas at the North Sioux City Library
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
  • Sat 12/12
    • Gingerbread House Day
    • 10am-noon: Make & Take Holiday Craft Kits available at the Sioux City Public Museum with supplies for 4 different crafts!
    • Noon-4pm: Santa in the Window at the Warrior Hotel
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve

  • Sun 12/13
    • 2pm: Virtual "A Holiday Gift" musical performance by students from Sioux City schools, streamed live on Facebook by the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center & Betty Strong Encounter Center
  • Mon 12/14
  • Tues 12/15
    • Bill of Rights Day
  • Weds 12/16
    • 10:30am: Virtual storytime presented by the Sioux City Public Library on Facebook
  • Thurs 12/17
    • Sweet Treats with Santa Christmas Party at LaunchPad Children's Museum
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
    • 7:30pm: Maddie Poppe Acoustic Christmas concert at the Sioux City Orpheum
  • Fri 12/18
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
  • Sat 12/19
    • 8-10:30am: Breakfast with Santa at Cone Park (*Reservations required! Check out their Facebook event post for more details and the link or phone number to sign up)
    • Noon-4pm: Santa in the Window at the Warrior Hotel
    • 2pm: Wreaths Across America presentation at the Floyd Monument, hosted by the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
    • 7pm: Christmas with the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra, streamed live on SCSO.live and aired on KTIV

  • Sun 12/20
  • Mon 12/21
    • Winter Solstice
  • Tues 12/22
  • Weds 12/23
    • 10:30am: Virtual storytime presented by the Sioux City Public Library on Facebook
  • Thurs 12/24
    • 5-9pm: Homestead Holidays at the Adams Homestead & Nature Preserve
  • Fri 12/25
    • Christmas
  • Sat 12/26

  • Sun 12/27
  • Mon 12/28
  • Tues 12/29
  • Weds 12/30
    • 10:30am: Virtual storytime presented by the Sioux City Public Library on Facebook
  • Thurs 12/31
    • New Years Eve


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