It's a very busy fall weekend with no shortage of things to do. Here's a roundup of what's happening:

  • Celebrate Native American Day. Find a full day of fun events Monday to celebrate Native American Day in Sioux Falls. It all kicks off with a prayer in Lyon Park at 9 a.m., a fun run at 10:15 a.m. and a parade on Phillips Avenue downtown starting at 11 a.m. Then the party moves to the Levitt for an afternoon Wacipi. Want to volunteer? Sign up here.
  • Dance with the (Sioux Falls) stars. Catch some Sioux Falls stars dancing to support mental health. You can also buy raffle tickets to win a trip to Napa Valley or support the cause by bidding on silent auction items. The event kicks off 6 p.m. Saturday at the District. Tickets here.
  • Enjoy Paw-tumn. Bring your four-legged friend out to The Good Earth Farm in Lennox Sunday afternoon for the inaugural "Paw-tumn Festival." Costs are $20 for one dog, and $5 for each additional dog, and fees include professional photos, games, crafts and participation in the dog costume contest. Funds raised will support the Rescue Network. More details here.
  • Drink wine and see art. It's First Friday downtown this weekend, and it's also the fall Art and Wine Walk. Stop by some of the 33 locations to see local art, and sample wine. More details here.
  • Hear some bands. It's the 36th annual Festival of Bands at Howard Wood Field. Twenty-five bands will compete starting at 10:15 a.m., and if you can't attend in-person, there's an option to watch the livestream. More details here.
  • Find some fall festivals. Newton Hills is hosting its Fall Festival from 2 p.m. to 11 p.m. Saturday. You can also check out Wilde Prairie Winery's Harvest Festival from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday. And, the Country Apple Orchard in Harrisburg has a fall festival running every weekend in October.