Sunday, April 2
Camp Dodge: Home Away From Home 1917-1918
2:00 p.m. at the Sioux City Public Museum
Michael Vogt, curator of the Iowa Gold Star Military Museum, will highlight the organization, construction, disease, camp life, and other facets of military training conducted at Camp Dodge during World War I though period photographs. The program is funded from Humanities Iowa, a private, non-profit state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Free.
Tuesday, April 4
Diaries of Humanity Holocaust Exhibit Opening Luncheon
Noon at the Sioux City Public Museum
Reservations required by calling the Museum at 712-279-6174 by March 31; limited to the first 90 RSVPs. The Diaries of Humanity Holocaust exhibit is a collection of diaries or handwritten notes from a variety of areas in Europe during the Holocaust. A tour of the exhibit will be available after the luncheon. Free. Presented as part of Tolerance Week in Sioux City, April 3-7. For a complete list of Tolerance Week events, visit toleranceweek.com.
Thursday, April 20
History at High Noon
Sioux City’s Favorite Pastime: Baseball 1888-1993
12:05 p.m. at the Sioux City Public Museum
Sioux City residents have enjoyed playing and watching baseball since the town's earliest days. This program highlights various professional, semi-professional and amateur teams that have called Sioux City home. Prominent individual players and historic venues will also be discussed. Attendees are invited to bring their lunches. Presented in conjunction with One Book One Siouxland. For a complete list of activities, visit onebookonesiouxland.org.
Sunday, April 23
Peirce Mansion Open House
1:00 – 4:00 p.m. at the Peirce Mansion
Saturday, May 13
Sioux City History Projects Exhibit Reception & Awards Ceremony
1:00 – 3:00 p.m. at the Sioux City Public Museum