Part 4, The Family Reunion

More good stuff on the family reunion. (To catch up, see Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3.) Today’s post shows scenes from the restored downtown of Sioux Falls.

Sioux Falls impressed me. The metropolitan area is home to 28% of the population of South Dakota. Downtown hosts a Sculpture Walk with donations from local artists. The sculptures are auctioned off and replaced with new artworks each spring.

Here’s a sample of the beauty we saw on the street:

"Midnight Snack"
"Hey Marylou/Blindsided"
"Outfoxed"
"Red Dress"

And there was this … the theater where Dad and his brothers used to go watch movies when they went to town is being restored:

Sioux Falls State Theatre
Sioux Falls State Theatre

And one last shot – of a lovely group of ladies having lunch at the diner downtown on Phillips Avenue:

Enjoying the day at the Phillips Avenue Diner, Sioux Falls
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  1. Pingback: Family Reunion – looking back and looking forward | Notes from Aunt Jim

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