One of my favorite things to do every holiday season is to load the kids up in the car and go out and look at Christmas lights. I pack up hot chocolate in a thermos and butter cookies in a tin. Then we tune in the all Christmas channel on the radio here in Sioux Falls and we are off! Sioux Falls has Christmas spirit in abundance in many different areas. Here is a list of the major holiday lanes in Sioux Falls.
1. 300 North LaSalle Ave-single family home decked out in the extreme!
The year was 1948 and the United States was reeling from a housing shortage from GIs coming back home from WW2. Enter Chicago entrepreneur, Carl Strandlund who come up with the ingenious idea of using surplus steel from WW2 to solve the problem. Thus was born the Lustron Steel home. Built from 1949-1950 the Lustron was built of steel prefabricated panels. The Lustron was said to be three times more sturdy then a frame home and was said to be rodent-proof. Lustrons were built on a stab foundation and varied from 800-1200 sq ft. Inside and outside walls were (2 comments)
Sioux Falls is approaching a very important vote on November 8th, 2011 that will be critical for our city’s economic growth. On this day there will be a vote to decide if we are going to be building a new event center to expand with our growing city. At this point if a very large venue comes through the area we are bypassed to Sioux City, Omaha, Fargo or Minneapolis. I for one am tired of driving to these shows all the way out of town!
The details of the plan are to build a multi-purpose building on (0 comments)
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