Calendar of Events - Webster City Area Chamber of Commerce
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09/14/17 - 11/16/17
Want to start your own business or grow your existing business? Not sure where to start? START HERE with one evening per week for 10 weeks. Thursday evenings. Tuition $199 Course #108899. Call to register.

Offered by the NIACC Pappajohn Center, co-sponsored by Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce.

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Join in the fun and enjoy shopping, great food, fun and more!

There will be great deals, specials, and pop-ups at participating locations. And just for shopping or enjoying some great food you can be entered to receive 1 of 4 Gift Certificate Baskets from local merchants and restaurants.  One entry for every $20 you spend at participating locations. 

Ladies... it’s a well deserved night out on the town with your friends. Start your holiday shopping early, or simply shop for yourself.

Shop... Eat... Play... all during Ladies Night Out!

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Sponsored by Boman’s Funeral Home
Boman’s Funeral Home of Webster City will provide a light meal at 6:00 pm.
Come on this night hike and discover what super hero like traits our local animals have that roam around in Iowa? There will be several station presenters on the wildlife that live in our county woodlands, prairies, and wetland areas. Park at the beach parking and follow the luminaries to shelter two. The hike will start at 7:00 pm only and people will walk with their guide to the various presenters.  Reserve your spot by preregistering by email or call us at 515-832-9570 so we can plan for the meal. Check in with the program coordinator at shelter two upon arrival. The night hike will last about one hour so dress appropriately for the weather. The presenters will be volunteers and Hamilton County Conservation staff. This event for is for all ages. Donations taken will support the Naturalist program for Hamilton County. No alcohol consumption is allowed at the event..

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Regardless of our love, protection, wisdom and effort, our kids go through stress and difficult situations. Helps kids ages 10-14 navigate that stress and handle those difficult situations.  Research has shown that youth program participants: 
  • Increase their academic success
  • Strengthen communication skills
  • Gain tools that improve relationships
FREE 7-week program. Free child care is also provided for families in attendance.   For more information, or to register, please call Susan Schmitz at the Hamilton County Extension Office. Families may also register on line at:

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Kendall Young Library will host the Noon Book Club on Tuesday, October 24th from 12:00pm to 1:00pm in the library’s meeting room. The club will discuss The Dogs of Bedlam Farm by Jon Katz. Copies of the books are available at the Adult Checkout Desk. New members are always welcome. Feel free to bring your lunch! No cost.
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10/26/17 - 10/28/17
 The Friends of the Kendall Young Library will host a Fall Book Sale October 26th through October 28th in the library meeting room. The proceeds from this sale greatly assist in supporting the library’s summer reading programs and events. On Thursday, October 26th the sale is open to Friends members only. New members may join at the door for $5. Friday through Saturday the sale is open to the public. The sale will conclude at 12:00pm on Saturday, October 28th. Books, CDs, videos, DVDs, Magazines, and books on tape will be for sale. Call the library at 515-832-9100 with any questions.
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Celebrate the fall by participating in this family oriented event. Bring your camper and decorate your campsite as there will be awards for the best two decorated campsites. Trick or treating and hayrides in the campgrounds will be from 4 pm to 7 pm. No alcohol consumption is allowed at the hayride. Non camping visitors should park in the big parking lot on the north end of the lake. Wear your favorite costume to the event.
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Parent Connection, through Building Families, will be holding the 4th Annual Zombie Run to Prevent Child Abuse in Hamilton, Humboldt, & Wright Counties.
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Teens, stop by the library after school Monday, October 30th for a special Teen Halloween Party hosted by Teen librarian Pascale Bruns. The event will be held from 3:30-5:30, for teens 6th-12th grade. no cost.
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The library’s monthly Coloring for Adults program will be meeting on the evening of Tuesday, October 31st  from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Coloring for Adults is a great (free) way to fight stress and relax, and regularly meets the last Tuesday evening of the month. The library will provide all necessary coloring supplies, so drop by anytime between 6:30pm and 8:00pm on Tuesday, October 31st  and color away! No cost.
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Join us for a night hike to the Skillet Creek Indian Mounds as we walk through the leaves. Come and enjoy the sights, sounds, and smells of the night as we hike this moderately to difficult hiking path up the hillside. We will discuss the area history and observe the burial and ceremonial mounds on the hill top. This is a joint program provided by Hamilton and Webster County Conservation Boards.
This program is for all ages of people who enjoy hiking at night. Feel free to bring a flashlight as red covers will be provided. There are also a limited number of red covered flashlights provided to use. Register by email or call 515-832-9570.

Location: Skillet Creek is managed by the Webster County Conservation Board. To reach the area, follow Highway 175 west of Stratford about 4 miles. Just after crossing the bridge over the Des Moines River, turn right (north) onto River Road. Then turn onto Skillet Creek Road (left at the Y intersection. Just beyond the first curve will be a parking lot on the right. The area is signed from Highway 175 at the end of the bridge. 

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