Explore the rich history of the second Catholic parish in Sioux City
Saturday, May 6, from 10-11:30 a.m.
presented in collaboration by
and St. Boniface Catholic Church volunteers.
In case of rain, the presentations will be given in St. Boniface Sanctuary. Enter through the parish basement's north doors only.
The St. Boniface Historic District (including the Church, Rectory, and School,
is one of the early districts designated by in National Register of Historic Registry.
Matt Anderson, Curator of the Sioux City Public Museum, said,
the walking tour’s goal is to provide history buffs, architect aficionados,
and the general community an opportunity
to see and learn more about the church’s artistic treasures,
Sioux City’s rich immigrant history,
and understand the impact these
early German Catholics and Franciscans left on our community.
The tour starts on the front steps St. Boniface Catholic Church.
Participants are also invited to visit the thirty-one (31) vendors for
Special thanks to the many parish, diocesan, and community volunteers for their contributions!
Above photo property of Sioux City Diocesan Archives.
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