Historic Church with World Ties

Canterbury Stones

In 1887, John Jacob Astor, offered Bishop Hare the gift of a church of permanent character, useful, and not so expensive as to be a burden. Astor asked the bishop to secure land for the church and rectory which he would build and would furnish the chancel, pews, heating system, communion plate and organ. The location chosen was the entire frontage of Main Ave, between 13th & 14th streets in Sioux Falls. The church would be called the Church of St. Augusta.

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Indoor Playgrounds For Kids

Sioux Falls is a cold place during the Winter. Where can you take your toddlers to run off some steam when it’s cold? Here are some great indoor playgrounds for the kids to enjoy when the weather doesn’t permit play outside.

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Cherapa Place

Cherapa Place Building

You can easily spend an entire afternoon at Cherapa Place. The area has a little bit of everything. There’s an area where you can walk along beautifully manicured prairie, the Sioux Falls Arc of Dreams, and it’s conveniently located next to the river walk.

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