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 ACED's Annual Meeting
October 13, 2016 
Lansing, IA
 
5 - 7 Self-Guided Tour
Mt. Hosmer, River History Museum, and Driftless Area Education & Visitor Center

6 - 7 Dinner
TJ Hunter's Banquet Center
Dinner will be served buffet style.  Cash bar available.

7 - 8:30 Annual Meeting
TJ Hunters Banquet Center

Annual Meeting invitations and ballots were mailed on September 26.  RSVPs due October 7th.  Ballots due October 10th.

 

October is 
Manufacturing Month

October 7, 2016 is Manufacturing Day.  October has been designated Manufacturing Month.  ACED and NICC-Waukon have partnered to set up school tours of local manufacturers.  ACED and NICC will also be visiting local manufacturers on Friday, October 7th. 
 
Breast Cancer Awareness Month
 
Join us in helping to Fight Breast Cancer by Choosing Cleaner-Burning E15 for the entire month of October.
 
Waukon Feed Ranch has joined forces with the Iowa Renewable Fuels Association (IRFA), Iowa Corn Promotion Board (ICPB) and the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) to help combat breast cancer through the use of cleaner-burning E15.

Waukon Feed Ranch will donate 3-cents for every gallon of E15 purchased throughout the entire month of October to the National Breast Cancer Foundation to help fight breast cancer through early detection, education and support services.

E15 is approved for use in all 2001 and newer vehicles, and contains less toxins and carcinogens than straight petroleum gasoline. By choosing E15 at Waukon Feed Ranch, located on Old Highway 9, during the month of October, you’re not only supporting a cleaner-burning fuel, you’re helping to combat breast cancer!

To learn more about the ‘Pink at the Pump’ campaign, please visit www.IowaRFA.org/PinkatthePump
 
Yellow River Forestry Field Day
Thursday October 6th, 2016 
 
This annual program provides an introduction to the Yellow River State Forest.  The 1st general session this year will focus on Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer, Signs, Symptoms, and Iowa’s response to CWD in Allamakee County.  There will be 3 concurrent sessions: Felling Large Trees (demo) - Prescribed Fire in a Thinned Timber Stand - The Nuts and Bolts with Basal Bark Treatment of Unwanted Trees/Shrubs.  The 2nd general session will focus on Emerald Ash Borer Biological Control Releases in Allamakee, Gypsy moth controls and quarantines, and other invasive insects.  Then there will be 2 concurrent sessions:  Recreational Pond Maintenance and Management – A review of a YRSF Pond Renovation Project - Floodplain Tree Planting Do’s, Don’ts, and Concerns – Planting background, weed control, future management, dealing with over populations of cottonwood.  Cost: $15 on the day of the event BUT you must RSVP to Allamakee County Extension (563-568-6345) or email juliechr@iastate.edu) by October 3rd.
Instructors: Bruce Blair, Forester, Yellow River State Forest, Iowa DNR Dave Asche, District Forester, Iowa DNR, Jeff Seago, District Forester, Iowa DNR Joe Herring, District Forester, Iowa DNR Mike Siepker– IDNR Fisheries Biologist Robin Pruisner, IDALS State Entomologist Julie Blanchong, ISU Wildlife Associate Professor Jesse Randall, ISU Associate Professor & Extension Forester

Lodging Survey Coming Your Way... 
 
To those who provide lodging, you will see a questionnaire in your mailbox very soon.  We promise, it won't be complicated. We ask that you take a minute or two to complete the questionnaire and get it back to us. This is in your best interest, if you rent lodging.  When our office receives inquiries for large events, we want to have the information at our fingertips.

Thank you in advance for your help! 
 
ACED Membership Reminder
 
Thank you to those who have paid their membership dues and provided information on the questionnaire.  We are working hard to make any changes requested.  If you have not paid your dues and need a copy of your invoice, please call 563-568-2624.

 

Friends of Pool 9 

Friends of Pool 9 is a community based, grassroots, non-profit organization comprised of individual, family, and business members who share a common mission to conserve the natural and cultural resources within Pool 9 of the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge, and to foster wise use and enjoyment of the Refuge and the Upper Mississippi River.

Goal: Inform the public about the benefits of Pool 9 and the Upper Mississippi River National Wildlife and Fish Refuge.

Provide opportunities for volunteers to help conserve the natural habitats found within Pool 9, and the wildlife and fish populations that depend upon those habitats.

Support the "Wildlife Comes First" management philosophy of the National Wildlife Refuge System and to help promote the following wildlife dependent recreational opportunities: hunting, fishing, wildlife observation, wildlife interpretation, environmental education and wildlife photography.

Secure funding for projects and activities within Pool 9 of the Upper Miss Refuge.

Inform elected officials, the public, and our members about Refuge issues.
 
You can visit their website: http://www.friendsofpool9.org/
 
Friends of Pool 9 host an annual event in the fall to help raise money for projects in Pool 9.  Due to recent flooding, Big Slough in Pool 9 has a blockage of trash including campers, stoves, refrigerators, hay bales, propane tanks, logs, and more that measures 300 yards.  Friends of Pool 9 has been busy working on solutions. 
 

Photo Credit:  Colin Brennan



ACED in Partnership with NICC Offers Class
 
A Roadmap for Talent Management and Succession Planning
 
The future success of an organization hinges on two primary factors.  Recognizing the organizational culture, particularly as it relates to the hiring process, is critical to creating a succession plan, and a solid succession plan is dependent on the organization's current attention to attracting and retaining talented employees.  It is the job of every member of the organization to contribute to this effort, but managers who supervise staff have an especially important role in the support and development of the next generation of leaders. We'll address talent management issures such as providing quality performance reviews and offer transition tools to implement a smooth succession process.   Are you ready for your future?

Class #:     Waukon #51351
Date:         Tuesday, October 25, 2016
Time:         8-10 a.m.
Cost:          $0
Instructor:   Celina Peerman
Location:  Students at the Calmer, Cresco, Oelwein, Manchester and Waukon Locations will be participating via web-based video conference transmitted from the host location in Dubuque.

 
“START-UP: AN INTRODUCTION TO STARTING A SMALL BUSINESS”
 
WAUKON—Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC), through a Growing Small Business in Northeast Iowa grant, is offering the class “Start-Up: An Introduction to Starting a Small Business”, in partnership with Allamakee County Economic Development.

Thinking about starting a business but not sure how to begin?  There are so many questions that need to be answered.  Do I have what it takes to be an entrepreneur? How do I know if my business idea is a good one? Will I have enough money to start the business or what are my financing options. All of these concepts, and perhaps more that you haven’t even thought of yet, are discussed in this class.  Entrepreneurs will learn what is necessary to build a firm foundation for a new venture, determine business feasibility, choose a legal form of business, register and license a business, and learn to make cash flow projections.  Get prepared to the one out of five small business owners who actually succeed with a solid business plan to make it happen.

This class, instructed by business professional Steve Horman, is scheduled on Tuesday, November 1, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., at the NICC Waukon Center located at 1220 3rd Ave NW, Suite 102, Waukon.

Growing Small Business in Northeast Iowa grant partners include the Northeast Iowa Business Network (NIBN), Northeast Iowa Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC). This solution is partially funded by a $35,500 grant to the Winneshiek County Development, Inc. from the United States Department of Agriculture Rural Development.

To register online for “Start-Up: An Introduction to Starting a Small Business” (#50588) or for more information, visit www.nicc.edu/solutions or call NICC Business and Community Solutions at (800) 728-2256, ext. 399. Class size is limited and pre-registration is required.  Cost is $15.
 
Northeast Iowa Clerk’s
Association meeting and workshop

Want to join us for a boring, detailed, and horrible meeting?! If so, let's talk about the Fair Labor Standard's Act as it relates to exempt and non-exempt employees. Do you use the terms "salaried and hourly" - if so, please STOP - and attend this meeting! Participants will be able to better understand the legal standards that relate to our employees and how they should be compensated. The correct classification of employees is not a decision your council or board can make - it either meets the standards or it doesn't - are you confident that your current classifications are correct? Please note that the statute of limitations with DOL claims is 2 years, plus potential fines - so join us to avoid potential liability.
 
The Fairy Labor Standards workshop will be given in accordance with the Northeast Iowa Clerk’s Association meeting.  The meeting will be held on Thursday, October 20th from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00(noon) at the Postville YMCA 313 W Post St, Postville, IA 52162.
 
The speaker will be Paul J. Greufe with PJ Greufe & Associates.  Paul Greufe, SPHR has over 20 years of experience in all areas of Human Resources management. He is president of PJ Greufe & Associates, a business partner specializing in Human Resources. His experience and expertise range from small businesses to large corporations and from private sector to public sector organizations.
 
If you would like to attend the Clerk’s Association meeting to learn more, please rsvp with Rachelle Howe at rhowe@uerpc.org or by calling 563-382-6171.
 
Homebuyer Education Class
 
Northeast Iowa Community Action Corp. is hosting a Homebuyer Education Class on October 10th. If you're looking to buy a home in the future you may want to attend this class and gain the necessary information to become a knowledgeable and informed homebuyer. Please contact the Allamakee County Community Action at (563) 568-4224 to register and obtain class times.
   BIG Pumpkins take over Lansing
 
     
 
The Driftless Area Big Pumpkin Contest was hosted by Lansing – Main Street.  This was the 1st year for the event to be hosted in Lansing. 
 
Adults
1st Place Marshall Kruse 758 lbs
2nd Place Becky Estebo 560 lbs
3rd Place Duane Estebo 420 lbs
 
Kids
1st Place Destiny Slager 377 lbs
 
Kudos to Marshall who donated his $500 cash prize to the Allamakee County Foodshelf.
 
Jeff and Wendy Morris taught a class early spring to get the pumpkin growers growing.  Scott Berg and Wally Mahr provided the location for the event as well as the weigh in. 
 
Pat Haefner provided ice cream and donated proceeds to the renovation of the Old School.  By the way, the peanut butter cookie dough was delicious!
 
The Women of the United Methodist Church offered baked goods at the Farmer’s Market.  Mrs. Papp hosted a pumpkin decorating opportunity for the kids.
 
Question:  How many pies would a 758 lbs pumpkin make?
 
Please make plans to join the fun next year in Lansing – the last Saturday in September.

And the Winner Is
Marshall Kruse

New Businesses/New Management
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TNT Gymnastics to open in Waukon!
Opening Nov 2016

We need YOUR help! TNT is coming to Iowa and we are excited to hold a location in Waukon, IA!

Please contact Danielle Mueller at gaudette.dani@gmail.com to register for classes! We require a $20 deposit to hold your spot in class, but that will be credited towards your tuition for the fall session.

You can also visit their website at:  http://tntgymnasticswi.com/waukon-ia

Our Mission

TNT Gymnastics is an enthusiastic environment with a passionate coaching staff committed to giving to, enhancing and enriching young lives through the sport of gymnastics. TNT is dedicated to helping all gymnasts reach their potential, both physically and mentally, by offering every child the best gymnastics instruction possible. Most importantly, TNT is a place where all participants can feel great about their accomplishments while seeking life-long benefits from their gymnastics experience.  

 




VIP Travel Agency
 
Come see the world with us...

VIP Groups & Cruises LLC based in Waukon, IA and serving the Tri-State area. With over 25 years experience in the Leisure, Group, and Corporate travel markets VIP Travel stands ready to serve all of your travel needs.

Cathy Krupa, a MN native and an Iowa resident has been working with VIP Clients and Corporate Customer nationwide for over four decades. She knows the typical challenges and problems that can arise during even the most routine travel trips.

This is why she created the VIP Groups & Cruises  "travel with Cathy" adventures!

When you travel with the VIP Groups & Cruises Team you can relax and enjoy knowing you have someone traveling with you that can help handle any challenges that may arise, and give you the "inside information" you need to make the most of your vacation.

As a full service travel agency VIP Groups & Cruises can handle all of your travel needs. Whether you are looking for a weekend getaway or an adventure of a lifetime, we stand ready to serve your travel needs.

Visit them on the web at: http://www.vipgnc.com/

Contact Cathy at 563-568-8938 or Patty at 507-450-4154 or use the contact form for more information!


 

New Albin Public Library
 
October 12th
Retired teacher, Joanne White of Ferryville,
will present a program about pioneer girl and author Laura Ingalls Wilder. Learning about Laura has been Joanne’s lifelong hobby.

Anyone interested in Laura’s life and the places she lived will enjoy this presentation.

This a free presentation, open to the public and all are welcome.

Refreshments will be served.

Wednesday, October 12th, 2016  Stone Quarry, New Albin

October 17
Clyde Cramer, author of "The life and times of a World War 1 Soldier, The Julius Holthaus Story" is coming to New Albin.

Clyde is a native of New Albin who lives in Colorado at this time. He follows the story of Julius through his WWI experience. Julius is from the Calmar area originally. It is a very moving book filled with many facts from the war.

 

Empty Nest Winery
 Fridays 4-9, Saturdays 10-5 and Sundays 1-5

New wine "Radiant Strength" is a pink moscato and is being released Sept.30-Oct 2 for Breast Cancer Month (October) with funds going locally to VMH Breast Cancer Fund.  We also will have Breast Cancer Woozies for sale @$5 each.  A woozie is a insulated sleeve to go over a wine glass to keep it cold just like a can koozie goes over a can and keeps that cold. 
 
OKtoberfest will also be going on the whole month of October at the winery with several special Oktoberfest beers on tap.
 
3rd Annual Wining with the Arts, October 7-9 10:00-5:00 each day.  We will have 8 Artist set up in the event room with their art for sale.  All are local artists and have a great variety of talent this year.  We will also have pulled pork sandwiches, walking tacos, salads, bars, and plenty of adult beverages so people can enjoy a bite to eat and drink while shopping all under one roof inside...........so no matter what the weather, we are good to go!
 
"Naked Iced Apple" wine being released at 4:00 October 14. 
 
Wine & Painting party at the winery October 21 .  Must make reservations by calling the winery @ 
563-568-2758.  $45/person includes your meal, dessert and painting.
 




Lansing - Main Street

The 2nd Annual Scarecrow contest will take place all of October and The Peak To Peak and Bridge to Bridge Leaf Tour is all month long also. Leaf Tour has maps and money savings coupons for the businesses in Lansing, McGregor, Ferryville, Lynxville and De Soto. Email director@lansingmatters to get your Leaf Tour package.



Waterville Public Library Fall Fest "Fun" draiser
The library biennial silent auction will take place on Saturday, Oct. 1st from 10-1.  Please attend this event and help support your local library.  There will be a bake sale, free will donation lunch, and a silent auction of over 20 baskets.  Any help with this event, either by donating a basket  or baked goods or attending the event is greatly appreciated.  The silent auction items can be found on the library’s FACEBOOK page.  Bidding starts as soon as the items are uploaded and ends at 1 PM on October 1st, and can be done online, by phone, or in person. 
 
Waterville Public Library Halloween Party

The library will hold a Halloween party on Saturday, October 29th at 10:30 a.m.  Games, treats and fun for the whole family.  Come in costume if you’d like! 
 


 

 Local Author Event

Everyone is invited to Open Door to the Soul, 101 Main St. on Saturday, October 8th at 1 PM for a reading event with Mary Evanson Bleckwehl.  Mary is a NE Iowa native and is a award winning children’s author.  Mary will be on hand to visit and autograph her books, “Henry You’re Late Again!” and "Henry! You’re Hungry Again?”
 



Harpers Ferry

Chili/Soup Supper Benefit
Saturday, October 29, 2016
5-6:30 p.m.
Harpers Ferry Community Center 
Free will donations accepted.
Proceeds will go toward the moving expenses of Oil Spring School.


Halloween costumes welcomed.
 

 

Events

Saturday, October 1
ATV/UTV 2nd Annual Bluff Country Ride – Harpers Ferry
Tailgate Party Saturdays – Mulligans Irish Grill, Waukon
BINGO –7:00 pm, Harpers Ferry Legion Hall 
Fall Fest "Fun" draiser, 10 am-1pm - Waterville Public Library
OKtoberfest (the whole month, several special Oktoberfest beers on tap) – Empty Nest Winery, Waukon.
Breast Cancer Awareness Month - Empty Nest Winery, Waukon.
Oktoberfest - Noon food & beverage specials - New Albin
 
Sunday, October 2
 
Monday, October 3
Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
Unemployment Outreach Representative – NICC Waukon Center
Waterville City Council Meeting
Waukon City Council Meeting
 
Tuesday, October 4
Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring - Robey Memorial Library
Tator Tuesday - Dave's Gus & Tony's Pizza & Steakhouse, Waukon 
Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
Social Media Marketing - Attract Fans, Build Your Network & Get Results! #50406 Webinar  11:30-1:00
Wills, Estates & Trusts #51340    6:30-8:30 – NICC Waukon Center

Wednesday, October 5

Healthy West Walk, 2:30 pm - 953 3rd Ave NW Waukon, Iowa
Middle School Walk the Track, 11:15 am - 1061 3rd Ave. N.W. Waukon, IA
Walk the Track, 12:30 pm - 1061 3rd Ave NW Waukon, Iowa
UERPC Office Walk- Postville Office, 10:00 am - 134 Greene St Postville, IA
RLF Annual Meeting, 4 p.m. -  ACED’s Board Room, Waukon
 
Thursday, October 6
Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library
Beginning Sign Language Plus# 51547 6:00-8:00 – NICC Waukon Center
Tai Chi - 9:30-10:30am, Harpers Ferry Community Center

Forestry Field Day - Yellow River Forest
Fall Luncheon & Bake Sale, 11am - 1pm - St. John's Lutheran Church, Waukon

Friday, October 7
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
St. Ann-St. Joseph Rummage & Bake Sale 5-7pm - Harpers Ferry Community Center
Northeast Iowa Artists’ Studio Tour - NE IA (w/i 40 miles of Decorah)
3rd Annual Wining with the Arts, 10:00-5:00 – Empty Nest Winery
Manufacturing Day - across the nation/state
13th Annual Open House 8am-6pm - Paint Creek Bulk Foods - Paint Creek Dr., Waterville

Saturday, October 8
Tailgate Party Saturdays - Mulligans Irish Grill, Waukon
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
BINGO –7:00 pm, Harpers Ferry Legion Hall 
St. Ann-St. Joseph Annual Rummage Sale - 8am-1pm- Harpers Ferry Community Center
City-Wide Garage Sales – Harpers Ferry
Big garbage day cleanup – Harpers Ferry
Reading Event with Mary Evanson Bleckwehl, 1pm - Open Door to the Soul, Waterville
5k Run - Waukon HS
Northeast Iowa Artists’ Studio Tour - NE IA (w/i 40 miles of Decorah)
3rd Annual Wining with the Arts, 10:00-5:00 – Empty Nest Winery

Homebuyer Education Class - Community Action
13th Annual Open House 8am-6pm - Paint Creek Bulk Foods - Paint Creek Dr., Waterville
 
Sunday, October 9
Breakfast: Serving 8:00-10:00 AM - Immaculate Conception Wexford
Northeast Iowa Artists’ Studio Tour - NE IA (w/i 40 miles of Decorah)
3rd Annual Wining with the Arts, 10:00-5:00 – Empty Nest Winery
 
Monday, October 10
Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
Harpers Ferry City Council Meeting
New Albin City Council Meeting
Postville City Council Meeting
Unemployment Outreach Representative – NICC Waukon Center
 
Tuesday, October 11
Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring - Robey Memorial Library
Tator Tuesday - Dave's Gus & Tony's Pizza & Steakhouse, Waukon 
Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
Spanish 1 #51353    6:00-7:30 (10/11/16-11/22/16) – NICC Waukon Center
 
Wednesday, October 12
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
Harpers Ferry Boosters Inc meeting, 4:00 pm –Harpers Ferry City Council Room
Laura Ingalls Wilder Program - Stone Quarry, New Albin
 
Thursday, October 13
Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library
Found It on Pinterest: Art Journals, 5:30pm – Robey Memorial Library, Waukon
Tai Chi - 9:30-10:30am, Harpers Ferry Community Center
Allamakee County Economic Development Annual Meeting - Lansing
 
Friday, October 14
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
"Don't Try to Wake Him, Hand Me the Shovel" 7pm- St. John’s Lutheran Church Waukon
 
Saturday, October 15
Driftless Area Flyathlon - Yellow River Forest , Harpers Ferry
Library Craft Show - Harpers Ferry Library
Tailgate Party Saturdays - Mulligans Irish Grill, Waukon
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
Bake Sale (King of Grace Lutheran Church-FW donation) 9am-noon - Quillin's Waukon
"Don't Try to Wake Him, Hand Me the Shovel" 7pm- St. John’s Lutheran Church Waukon
BINGO –7:00 pm, Harpers Ferry Legion Hall 
 
Sunday, October 16
"Don't Try to Wake Him, Hand Me the Shovel" 2pm- St. John’s Lutheran Church Waukon
 
Monday, October 17
Chess Club  - Robey Memorial Library
Teen Advisory Board (TAB), 4pm
Lansing City Council Meeting
Unemployment Outreach Representative – NICC Waukon Center
Waukon City Council Meeting
American Legion Auxiliary meeting, 7:00 pm – Harpers Ferry Legion Hall
The Julius Holthaus Story – New Albin Public Library
 
Tuesday, October 18
Amish Haystack Supper – Waukon Banquet Center
Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring  - Robey Memorial Library
Tator Tuesday - Dave's Gus & Tony's Pizza & Steakhouse, Waukon 
Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
 
Wednesday, October 19
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library

Kids Against Hunger, 5:30 - 8:30 - New Albin Community Center
 
Thursday, October 20
Auxiliary Euchre Marathon - Waukon Wellness Center
Book Sale  - Robey Memorial Library
Thursday Night Book Club: Banned Book, 6pm - Robey Memorial Library
Tech Tutor  - Robey Memorial Library
Fuel Your Workout the Right Way #51550 6:30-8:30– NICC Waukon Center
Tai Chi - 9:30-10:30am, Harpers Ferry Community Center
Painting with Kelly: Kids painting at 4 and adults at 6:30 – New Albin Public Library
 
Friday, October 21
Wine & Painting – Empty Nest Winery, Waukon.
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
 
Saturday, October 22
Tailgate Party Saturdays - Mulligans Irish Grill, Waukon
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
BINGO –7:00 pm, Harpers Ferry Legion Hall 
NAIL's Annual Family Halloween Bash, 11am - New Albin  Community Center 

Monday, October 24
Chess Club  - Robey Memorial Library
Unemployment Outreach Representative – NICC Waukon Center
Harpers Ferry Area Heritage Society meeting, 7:00 pm - Harpers Ferry Legion Hall 
 
Tuesday, October 25
After School with Ross - Robey Memorial Library
Keep Calm & Color: Adult Coloring - Robey Memorial Library
Tator Tuesday - Dave's Gus & Tony's Pizza & Steakhouse, Waukon 
Tuesday Story Time - Robey Memorial Library
 
Wednesday, October 26
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
 
Thursday, October 27
Tech Tutor - Robey Memorial Library
Free Class: Beekeeping Basics, 5:30pm 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
Tai Chi - 9:30-10:30am, Harpers Ferry Community Center
 
Friday, October 28
Wine Tasting Room Open at Empty Nest Winery
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
 
Saturday, October 29
Kids Halloween Party – Harpers Ferry
Tailgate Party Saturdays - Mulligans Irish Grill, Waukon
Revelation Speaks Peace, 7pm – Robey Memorial Library
BINGO –7:00 pm, Harpers Ferry Legion Hall 
Fall Chili/Soup Supper, 5:00-6:30 pm, Harpers Ferry Community Center
Halloween Party, 10:30 AM - Waterville Public Library
 
Sunday, October 30

Monday, October 31
Chess Club - Robey Memorial Library
FREE MEALS in WAUKON - First Presbyterian Church, Waukon
Fresh Conversations - Waukon Wellness Center
Unemployment Outreach Representative – NICC Waukon Center
Annual Halloween Luncheon – ACED/WEDC/Chamber Office, Waukon
Trick-or-Treating Downtown Businesses - Waukon
Trunk or Treat - Waukon State Bank
 

Visit http://www.allamakeecounty.com/calendar-of-events.html   for more information/details on above events or click on the following links to go to individuals sites.


Robey Memorial Library             WW Homestead Dairy          Kids Against Hunger
NICC Waukon Center                 Empty Nest Winery               Waukon Wellness Center
Waukon Banquet Center            Madigan Winery                   Veteran's Memorial Hospital

 

 

 
 
 
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