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Mitchell County Fair
Tuesday July 29th thru Sunday August 3rd
Featuring Grandstand events: Sanctioned Tractor Pull, Demo Derby, Combine Derby, and Music. -PLUS- Wristband Day for carnival rides, square dancing, Dog Show, and MORE!! For more information, visit MitchellCountyFair.org.
The Freeborn County Fair in Albert Lea, MN is Tuesday July 29th through Sunday August 3rd.
Featuring LIVE MUSIC
-PLUS- Antique Tractor Show, Beer Garden, over 45 food vendors, AND…
New this year – Carnival by Gold Star Amusements – Faribault, MN
Pick up your “passport” on Midwest Tix or the KATE home show for $45 – unlimited rides and entry to the Fair.
Get your tickets to the Grandstand events and find out more at FreebornCountyFair.com.
The North Iowa Festival of Brass presented by North Iowa Music Arts and Pageantry, INC. is a fundraiser to support music arts and pageantry in North Iowa. The program’s goal is to fund 2 (two) music scholarships and purchase musical equipment for schools and organizations that their budgets will not allow.
More than 1000 musicians and color guard students will be marching at Forest City High School on Friday, August 1, from 7-9PM for Iowa’s largest drum & bugle corps competition.
North Iowa Festival of Brass will feature 9 top drum corps from California to New Hampshire, each competing with a 15-minute field show that’s evaluated by a panel of international judges. This competition is just 4 days before the 2014 Drum Corps International World Championships in Indianapolis, Ind.
Drum & Bugles Corps have been called the ‘major league’ of the pageantry arts. Unit membership represents top performers from dozens of high schools and college marching bands, as well as music programs across the country.
Tickets are now on sale at www.northiowamusicarts.org. They are also on sale at MBT Bank locations in Forest City and Clear Lake, TSB in Forest City and the Forest City Chamber. Adults $10, Students $5 and children 6 and younger are free.
This night of music and visual pageantry on the football field is perfect for all ages. Bring the family and be inspired by what these young people do. Join on Friday, August 1st, for North Iowa’s Festival of Brass
Special Stand Still performances by Music City and Colt Cadets will be on July 31, 2014 in Clear Lake for Thursdays on Main at 6:15 p.m. to introduce the activity to North Iowa.
Ventura Fire Department Pork Dinner Saturday August 2nd, 4-8PM Cost: $7
Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church 125th Anniversary Lunch Sunday August 3rd 760 8th Street, Garner The morning worship and communion service will be held at 10AM, followed by a catered lunch at Noon. There will be fellowship time following lunch and activities are planned for children. The afternoon service will begin at 1:30pm, and coffee will be served following that service. Please call the church at 641-923-3152 to make reservations for the catered meal by Tuesday, July 29th.
Motorcycle Safety Awareness Association School Supply Ride Sunday August 3rd, starting at 10AM at the Mason City High School.
Help them fill a bus with supplies that the kids need in our community This is a free-will donation. Please bring glue sticks, pencils, water-based markers, tissues, backpacks, etc. The ride will end at Living History Farms. For more information, contact Jody at 641-210-5146.
Clear Lake Evening Lions Hamburger and Sweet Corn Feed Sunday, August 3rd 11AM-3PM City Park Tickets are $7 in advance, $8 day of the event Purchase tickets from any Evening Lion member or at the Chamber office.
The Osage United Methodist Women will hold an Ice Cream Social on Sunday, August 3rd, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, 819 Main Street, Osage, IA. The menu includes sloppy joes, pork rites, potato salad, fresh fruit, chips, pie, ice cream and beverages. A free will offering will be taken. Contact Rozanne for more information, 641-732-3075
Mason City to Join Cities Nationwide
For the 31st Annual
‘America’s Night Out Against Crime’
Tuesday, August 5, 2014, marks the 31st Anniversary for the Annual National Night Out crime and drug prevention event. Starting at 5:00 p.m. residents are encouraged to show solidarity by turning on porch lights and heading to East Park for the free fun-packed “family affair” by the band shell.
A variety of activities will be held including a kid power pedal tractor pull event, games for little ones, and Half Pint the Clown as well as displays and demonstrations presented by local community organizations and youth oriented programs. Free food will be served and there will be a drawing for prizes. This is a night for America to stand together to promote awareness, safety and neighborhood unity. Join us in spending the evening outside “Giving Crime & Drugs a Going Away Party”.
This event is sponsored in conjunction with the National Association of Town Watch, Target Stores, and locally by the Mason City Community Policing Advisory Board along with the Mason City Police Department.
Rain date will be Wednesday, August 6th at 5 p.m.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 421-3650 for further information.
First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ)
Wednesday August 6th
318 N. Adams St in Mason City
Carryouts available, free-will offering
For more information, call 641-423-3519 (leave message)
Stacyville Fire Dept. Pork Feed & Street Dance
August 9th 2014 at Gerb’s Bar & Grill in Stacyville
Serving 4:30 to 8:30
Raffles and auction throughout the night
Proceeds will go towards an Equipment Vehicle.
Sheltered Reality @ Klemme Central Park
‘Free Concert In The Park’
Sunday August 10th at 5PM
Bring your lawn chairs, if there is rain it will be moved to the Klemme United Methodist Church
Free-Will Offering Meal after the performance
Begun in late 1996, Sheltered Reality has dedicated itself to being a youth-oriented project, where youth members use music and education as a way to reach out to audiences, motivating them to advocate for those in need, especially children and families.
MC/CL Brain Injury Support Group
For people who have sustained brain injuries due to trauma, stroke, aneurysm, tumor, disease or other neurological incidents and their families/caregivers/providers. Please join us for discussion, socializing, support, information, friendship and encouragement. Sponsored and hosted by the Mason City/Clear Lake Area Brain Injury Support Group a private, non-profit organization of individuals with brain injuries and their families dedicated to helping others in need of support and information.
St. John's Episcopal Church
120 First Street NE
Mason City, IA 50401
Over Eaters Anonymous support group meets Saturdays at 10:00 a.m. at 1115 main ave. in clear lake. No dues, no fees. Also in Mason City on Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m. in the Cancer Center. Third Floor, Con. 7. Contact Pat at 357-3665 or 529-2469.