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Caring for a child with special health or behavioral needs is rewarding but it can also be stressful. This class is designed to provide you, the family caregiver, with the skills you need to take care of yourself along the way. Six two-hour class sessions will be held once per week on Wednesdays, August 30-October 4. They will be led by certified, experienced class leaders. The $30 fee includes a caregiver helpbook. Submit registration and payment by August 23rd to the ISU Extension office, 1705 McPherson Ave., Ste. 200, CB, 51503. Visit website for brochure.

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Contact: ISU Extension Office-West Pott County
(712) 366-7070
https://www.extension.iastate.edu/westpottawattamie/news/tools-caregivers-special-needs-child

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Finances of Caregiving

6:30 to 8:30PM | Broadway United Methodist Church
This is a five-part series on financial planning for family caregivers. The sessions will occur on the evenings of September 7, 14, 21, 28 and October 5. The registration fee for the series is $35 per person with a registration deadline of August 31st. To do so, contact the West Pottawattamie County Extension Office with the contact information provided.

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Contact: Sandra McKinnon
(712) 355-2067
sandram@iastate.edu
https://www.extension.iastate.edu/westpottawattamie/news/finances-caregiving

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SWI Chorale Rehearsal Process (Men's and Women's Choirs)

The Arts Center, Iowa Western Community College
Come and experience the SWI Chorale (Men's and Women's Choirs) and participate in this fall's session!

Formerly known as the SWI Men's and Women's Choruses, this group has been re-branded as both a mixed choir, as well as single-gendered ensembles. Members will have the chance to sing in both experiences.

The men of the SWI Chorale will rehearse from 6-7:30 pm every Tuesday night. The women of the SWI Chorale will rehearse from 6:50-8:20 pm every Tuesday night. The middle section of the rehearsal will focus on the mixed choir literature.

There is no audition for this group, nor is there a fee for participating. We only ask for a dedication and commitment to each session, whether it's in the fall or spring.

The fall session will begin on September 12. The session will run through the fall concert on Sunday, November 5. A second performance will take place in Glenwood the following Tuesday, November 7.

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Contact: Luke Johnson
(712) 325-3726
lrjohnson@iwcc.edu

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The type of fast, muscular aircraft made famous in the 1942 Doolittle Raid during WWII will be on public exhibition at the Council Bluffs Municipal Airport Monday, September 18 - Sunday, September 24.

The B-25J 'Maid in the Shade' is one of the Arizona Commemorative Air Force's combat aircraft based at its world-famous museum based in Mesa, Arizona.

Tour Hours: Monday, Friday - Sunday: 2 pm - 6 pm and Tuesday - Thursday: 9 am - 6 pm. Standard plane tour fees are $10/person and $20/family of four (in US and Canada).

Rides in the aircraft will be offered Friday - Sunday from 10 am - 1 pm for $325 (waist gunner seats) or $650 (jump seats in nose).

Reserve your seat today by visiting http://bit.ly/CouncilBluffsIA or calling 480-462-2992. The age minimum is 12.

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Contact: B-25 Ride Coordinator
(480) 462-2992 x3
b25rc@azcaf.org
http://flyinglegendstour.com

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Healthy as We Age: Take Time for You

8:30AM to 1PM | Our Savior's Lutheran Church
This is an event to help caregivers better handle the stress and work involved in care giving that ultimately impacts their own health. It includes a keynote speaker, breakout sessions, and lunch. The registration fee is $20 per person with a registration deadline of September 18. To find out more details and/or register, contact the West Pottawattamie County Extension Office at the phone number provided.

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Contact: West Pottawattamie County Extension Office
(712) 366-7070

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OWLS Program: Iowa's Loess Hills

11AM to 12PM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Area seniors are invited to join us for a special presentation on Iowa's natural wonder, the Loess Hills. Bring your lunch and learn more about what makes this region so special.

This program will be held Tuesday, September 26th from 11:00 a.m. to noon at Hitchcock Nature Center. Our gift shop, exhibit gallery & observation deck will be open before and after this program so make sure and allow extra time to explore all we have to offer at Hitchcock Nature Center.

The OWLS - Older, Wiser Learning Seniors, is a new partnership with The Center in Council Bluffs & is designed for senior learners with an interest in environmental science and conservation topics. Programs are presented by PCCB Naturalists and are held at the Center in Council Bluffs or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center. We ask that participants be age 50 & over.

Attendees will either need to purchase a $2.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass or have a valid Pottawattamie County Parks annual permit. Daily passes may be purchased with cash or check at the front entrance on the day of the event. Annual permits may be purchased for $10.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours. There is no additional fee to attend this program.

This program is being presented in conjunction with the Loess Hills & Heritage Week and is part of a series of programming opportunities being presented throughout the Loess Hills September 23rd through October 1st, 2017.

Weather Permitting

2017 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation


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Contact: Kristen Bieret
(712) 545-3283
kristen.bieret@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=422

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Homeschool in the Hills

2 to 4PM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Homeschool students and parents are invited to join us at Hitchcock Nature Center for a fun filled field day on Tuesday, September 26th from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m.

This event will feature a combination of self-guided activities such as scavenger hunts & nature challenges, along with activities guided by Pottawattamie County Conservation Naturalists. Join in the fun as we hike, explore, & learn then meet up afterwards for refreshments and a chance to network & meet other homeschooling families. This event is perfect for homeschool students age 5 & up with a focus on elementary age learners & will feature lots of hands-on learning.

Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Please email Rene Stroud at rene.stroud@pottcounty-ia.gov or call 712-545-3283 for more information.

This program is presented in conjunction with the Loess Hills & Heritage Week, and is part of a series of programming opportunities being presented throughout the Loess Hills September 23rd through October 1st, 2017.

This event is presented free of charge with paid park admission. Free-will donations will be accepted to support continued programming in Pottawattamie County. Participants must have a valid Pottawattamie County Parks annual permit or purchase a $2.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass. Daily passes may be purchased with cash or check at the front entrance on the day of the event. Annual permits may be purchased for $10.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours.

While this event is family friendly it is not pet friendly, please leave your canine friends at home. Thank you for understanding. Service animals are always welcome.

Weather permitting.

2017 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation

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Contact: Rene Stroud
(712) 545-3283
rene.stroud@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=404

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Community Suicide Prevention Education Event

5:30 to 7:30PM | Thomas Jefferson High School
Designed for community members, this educational event tackles the tough subject of youth suicide by providing awareness and prevention strategies. Join us for a presentation, panel discussion, and opportunities to ask questions. Presenters include: Sonya Fittje of the Hope4Iowa Crisis Line; Debra Schwiesow of Green Hills Area Education Agency; Ciara Warden of Clear Mind Therapy; and Mindy Eggert as a parent advocate. Included in educational event will be statistical information, warning signs of suicidal ideation, elevated risk factors, what can be done, suggested resources, etc. The presentation will run approximately one hour. Experts, alongside a local crisis counselor, will be standing by to provide information, answer questions, and provide tips. A meal will be provided at 5:30 pm. Childcare will also be available.

Those unable to participate in person can do so via Facebook live at www.facebook.com/SWIowaRegion.

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Contact: Jessica Rayment
(712) 256-9920
jrayment@promisepartners.org
https://www.facebook.com/events/306888286451313/

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Coach Tom Osborne will speak in Council Bluffs about his legacy off of the football field which is the TeamMates Mentoring Program. Appetizers will be served. RSVP today.

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Contact: Traci Dresher
tdresher@cbcsd.org

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The Art of Feedback

6:30 to 7:30PM | Council Bluffs Library
An interactive event in which you learn how to give feedback to employees (good and needing improvement), listen and respond in community and work meetings, better respond to the customer during sales calls, and just respond to family members in a more clear manner. Light snacks provided.

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Contact: Floy Westermeier
(712) 326-9332
westerM9@msn.com
http://greatercommunicators.toastmasters.org

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Birding 101

7:30AM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Join experienced birders Nic Salick, Jason Andersen, and Michelle Biodrowski for a beginning birding class on Saturday, September 30th beginning at 7:30 a.m.

Birding 101 will include a classroom and field session and will provide the knowledge and skills for amateur and beginning birders to accurately identify common and notable species found throughout the midwest. Learn to identify song birds and passerines from field marks, song and behavior at Hitchcock Nature Center.

Hitchcock's nearly 1,300 acre park was names Iowa's first "Important Bird Area" by the Audubon Society and features Loess Hills woodland, oak savanna, and open prairie settings providing a broad range of habitats that support a diverse avian population.

This program can accommodate people of all experience levels but is intended for beginning birders with limited or no field experience. Attendees should plan to bring binoculars or scopes to use in class. Please note the field portion of this program will involve pedestrian travel over Loess Hills terrain which may be difficult at times.

The fee for this program is $20.00 per person and includes a copy of The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Eastern North America for participants to keep. Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Please visit www.pottcoconservation.com to register online in minutes or call 712-545-3283 for more details.

While this event is appropriate for all ages it is not pet friendly. Please leave your canine friends at home. Service animals are always welcome.

Please meet at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center.

Weather permitting.

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Contact: Jeff Franco
(712) 545-3283
jeff.franco@pottcounty-ia.gov
www.pottcoconservation.com

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Hands Across the Bridge for Recovery

9 to 10AM | Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge
Join us at the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge (Council Bluffs side) on Saturday, September 30th, 9-10 am for the seventh annual Hands Across the Bridge. Help us reach our goal of 1,000 hands to send an important message: Prevention works, treatment is effective and people do recover! Help us send a positive message about recovery. The event features a DJ, coffee bar, information, speaker, and swag bag.

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http://preventionmeansprogress.org/?page_id=1690

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Backpacking 101: 4 Season Edition

6:30 to 9PM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Pottawattamie County Conservation and the backpacking experts at Canfield's Sporting Goods have once again teamed up to present a 4-part series of classes designed for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts with limited backpacking experience.

By the end of the series, students will have acquired the knowledge, skills, and hands-on experience to plan and execute memorable backcountry trips. This series will provide a foundation upon which more advanced backpacking skills can be built and will culminate in a guided overnight backpacking trip at Hitchcock Nature Center's backcountry campsites.

This series will focus on 4-season backpacking (including winter-weather backpacking) covering skills including:
Leave No Trace Principles
The 10 Essentials
Campsite Set-Up & Preparation
Plants & Animals
Gear Overview - Tech & Specs
Understanding Body Heat & Layering
Meal Planning & Cooking
& More!

The cost for the entire 4-part series is $50.00 per student and includes a Pottawattamie County Parks annual park permit. This annual permit will provide access to all Pottawattamie County Parks for 12-months from the start of the series. Register online in minutes at www.pottcoconservation.com or call 712-545-3283 for more information. Space is limited and early registration is recommended.

This series of classes is intended for adults & teens; students are encouraged to leave smaller children and pets at home.

The series will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. on the dates and at the locations below:

October 5th - Hitchcock Nature Center

October 19th - Canfield's Sporting Goods

November 2nd - Hitchcock Nature Center

The final session, the guided overnight will be held on November 4th at Hitchcock Nature Center. Tentative start time is noon on the 4th & it will end the morning of Sunday, November 5th. Students are encouraged to bring their own gear for the guided overnight stay.

Dates are subject to change, weather permitting.

Canfield's Sporting Goods is located at 8457 W. Center Road, Omaha NE.

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Contact: Jeff Franco
(712) 545-3283
jeff.franco@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=412

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Candle Light Vigil

6 to 7PM | Bayliss Park
A candle light vigil will be held to draw attention to Domestic Violence Awareness Month and honor those impacted by abuse. The event includes a mayoral proclamation, the clothesline project, survivor stories, and a moment of silence.

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Birding 201 With Nic Salick

7:30AM | Macedonia City Hall
Join Pheasants Forever biologist and experienced birder Nic Salick for a birding class and field trip on October 14th starting at 7:30 a.m.

Birding 201 will include a classroom and field session and will provide more advanced knowledge and skills for birders already possessing some experience with identifying birds.

The classroom portion will take place at the Macedonia City Hall Community Room located at 322 Main Street in Macedonia, Iowa. During the class we'll focus our efforts on more advanced ID techniques such as behaviors, vocalization, species' natural histories, and habitat associations. In the field we will take a firsthand look at what we discussed as we traverse Wheeler Grove Conservation Area, a 247 acre Pottawattamie County preserve possessing a unique blend of oak woodland, riparian, and grassland avian habitats.

Attendees should plan to bring and use their own set of binoculars. Attendees should note: The field session of the class will occur outdoors and may, at times, require pedestrian travel over difficult terrain.

The fee for this class is $20.00 per person. Pre-registration is required and space is limited, early registration is recommended. Register online at www.pottcoconservation.com or call 712-545-3283 for more information.

In addition, the class attendees will have the opportunity to sign up for a discounted Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation membership.

While this event is human friendly it is not pet friendly. Please leave your canine friends at home. Service animals are always welcome.

Weather permitting.

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Contact: Jeff Franco
(712) 545-3283
jeff.franco@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=413

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Landscape & Photo Walk Class

9AM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Pottawattamie County Conservation and the photography professionals at Rockbrook Camera have teamed up to offer this special, 2-class workshop focused on outdoor and landscape photography.

Whether you are an experienced amateur or just getting started, let the staff at Rockbrook Camera provide you with the knowledge and skills to capture nature's beauty, drama, and inspiration in this 2-class introductory series to outdoor and landscape photography.

In this month's photo walk, we're on the hunt for amazing photos amidst the beauty of the Loess Hills and Hitchcock Nature Center. Rockbrook Camera Instructor, Mark Graeve will be along for the adventure to answer questions and offer advice.

The field session will be held on Saturday, October 14th at 9:00 a.m. will include a chance to view and photograph Iowa's picturesque Loess Hills at the nationally recognized Hitchcock Nature Center.

The followup session will be held on Saturday, October 28th from 10:00 a.m. to noon at the 168th & West Center Road location of Rockbrook Camera and will provide analysis and feedback on the photographs taken since the class at Hitchcock Nature Center, a camera Q&A session, the results of the photo scavenger hunt, and a print of each student's favorite photo.

The cost for this two-class series is $30.00 per person. Space is limited and pre-registration is required. For more information and to register please call Rockbrook Camera, 402-691-0003 or visit www.rockbrookcamera.com to register online.

Rockbrook Camera
2909 S. 169th Plaza, #100
Omaha, NE 68130
402-691-0003


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Contact: Jeff Franco
(712) 545-3283
jeff.franco@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=415

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Native Earth Skills

12PM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Join Naturalist & experienced Native Earth Skills practitioner Dustin Clayton on October 14th at 12:00 p.m. at Hitchcock Nature Center as he discusses and demonstrates common skills and techniques of eastern Nebraska and western Iowa's native cultures.

This walking lecture and field demonstration will focus on native cultures' historic and pre-historic reliance on, and relationship with, the earth and its natural resources, and will feature live demonstrations of flintknapping, bone and stone tool making, woodcarving and more. Participants will have the opportunity to receive hands-on introductory instruction on a variety of native earth based skills while learning about cultures that inhabited our area prior to and just after Euro-American settlement.

Please note: This program will involve pedestrian travel over rugged Loess Hills terrain at Hitchcock Nature Center and may be difficult at times. This program is being offered as part of our adult education programming, we ask that participants be 14 years of age or older.

The fee for this program is $10.00 per person and pre-registration is required as space is extremely limited. Early registration is recommended. Register online in minutes at www.pottcoconservation.com or call 712-545-3283 for more information.

After our class participants are invited to stay and join us for our October Speaker Series event, Wild Edibles with well- known author and University of Kansas Senior Scientist and professor Kelly Kindscher as he discusses wild edibles of the plains. Please click here for more information on this event and online registration.

While this event is human friendly it is not pet friendly. Please leave your canine friends at home. Service animals are always welcome.

Weather permitting.

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Contact: Jeff Franco
(712) 545-3283
jeff.franco@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=414

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The Mill on Mosquito Creek

2 to 3PM | Council Bluffs Public Library
One hundred and eighty years ago, Potawatomi Chief Sauganash (Billy Caldwell) led a group of Native Americans to a new home in Iowa that would later become the county bearing their name. They built southwest Iowa’s first saw and grist mill, traces of which can still be seen. Historian and author Mary Lou McGinn will tell the story of the mill, its discovery, and the fascinating tale of the diplomatic and well-educated Indian chief who shaped the early days of what is now Council Bluffs.

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Contact: Richard Warner
(712) 328-1100
information@TheHistoricalSociety.org
http://www.TheHistoricalSociety.org

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All Hallows Eve at Botna Bend

6:30 to 8:30PM | Botna Bend Park
Join us at Botna Bend Park for a two night celebration full of fun for the whole family!

We kick off the fun on Friday, October 20th at 6:30 p.m. with campfire stories for kids of all ages presented by the Council Bluffs Library.

Saturday, October 21st is a full day of fun with a variety of activities planned throughout the day.

10:00 a.m. : Halloween Crafts
12:00 p.m.: Corn Hole Tournament, register your two person team in advance at the Botna Bend Park office
3:00 p.m. :Live demonstrations with Raptor Recovery
6:25 p.m.: Campground Trick-or-Treating
7:15 p.m.: Movie in the Park - Hotel Transylvania

Please meet at Olsen Lodge for all of these events. If you are interested in participating in the Corn Hole Tournament at noon you must register your 2 person team at the Botna Bend Park office that morning before the start of the tournament.

Attendees must purchase a $2.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass or have a valid Pottawattamie County Conservation annual park permit to attend this program. Daily entrance passes may be purchased with exact change or check at the front gate and may be purchased the day of the event. Annual permits may be purchased for $10.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours. There is no additional fee to attend this program, free will donations are encouraged and will support continued programming opportunities in Pottawattamie County.

For more information please call 712-741-5465.

2017 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation

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Contact: Jon Fenner
(712) 741-5465
jon.fenner@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=419

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Guided Night Hike

7PM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Join us at Hitchcock Nature Center on Saturday, October 21st at 7:00 p.m. for a guided night hike as we explore Hitchcock Nature Center and the Loess Hills in the dark.

This program is being presented as part of our adult education program and we ask that participants be 18 years of age & older.

Pre-registration is requested as space is limited. Advance registration secures your space at this event as walk in participants may not be admitted the day of the event. Register online in minutes at www.pottcoconservation.com or call 712-545-3283 for more information.

Please dress for the weather and wear appropriate footwear as much of this event will take place outside. Please note this program may include pedestrian travel over uneven surfaces.

Attendees must purchase a $2.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass or have a valid Pottawattamie County Parks annual permit to attend this program. Daily entrance passes may be purchased with exact change or a check at the front gate & may be purchased the day of the event. Annual permits may be purchased for $10.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours. There is no additional fee to attend this program, free will donations are encouraged and will support continued programming opportunities in Pottawattamie County.

While this event is adult friendly it is not pet friendly, please leave your canine friends at home. Service animals are always welcome. Weather permitting.

2017 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation

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Contact: Kristen Bieret
(712) 545-3283
kristen.bieret@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=421

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Wicked Omaha

2 to 3PM | Bayliss Park Hall
It was a different era-- the scent of opium wafted through saloon doors, while prostitutes openly solicited customers, and gambling flourished openly. Join historian and author Ryan Roenfeld for a stroll along the seamier side of the metro area's past Sunday, October 29, 2 pm at Bayliss Park Hall.

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Contact: Richard Warner
(712) 323-2509
information@TheHistoricalSociety.org
http://www.TheHistoricalSociety.org

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Bird Banding Demonstration

9 to 11AM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Come get a "bird's eye" view of our fine-feathered friends as you join volunteers for a live songbird banding at Hitchcock Nature Center.

Volunteers will be banding songbirds at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. on the following dates:

Saturday, November 4th
Saturday, December 2nd

All ages are welcome to attend this live demonstration. Participants must purchase a $2.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass or have a valid Pottawattamie County Parks annual permit to attend this program. Daily entrance passes may be purchased with exact change or check at the front gate and may be purchased the day of the event. Annual permits may be purchased for $10.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours. There is no additional fee to attend this program, free will donations are encouraged and will support continued programming opportunities in Pottawattamie County.

This event is not pet friendly, please leave your dogs at home. Service animals are always welcome.

2017 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation

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Contact: Kristen Bieret
(712) 545-3283
kristen.bieret@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=417

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Bird Banding Demonstration

9 to 11AM | Hitchcock Nature Center
Come get a "bird's eye" view of our fine-feathered friends as you join volunteers for a live songbird banding at Hitchcock Nature Center.

Volunteers will be banding songbirds at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center from 9:00 to 11:00 a.m. on the following dates:

Saturday, November 4th
Saturday, December 2nd

All ages are welcome to attend this live demonstration. Participants must purchase a $2.00 per vehicle daily entrance pass or have a valid Pottawattamie County Parks annual permit to attend this program. Daily entrance passes may be purchased with exact change or check at the front gate and may be purchased the day of the event. Annual permits may be purchased for $10.00 from staff at any of our parks or at the Loess Hills Lodge at Hitchcock Nature Center during regular business hours. There is no additional fee to attend this program, free will donations are encouraged and will support continued programming opportunities in Pottawattamie County.

This event is not pet friendly, please leave your dogs at home. Service animals are always welcome.

2017 Programs Sponsored by the Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation

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Contact: Kristen Bieret
(712) 545-3283
kristen.bieret@pottcounty-ia.gov
http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=417

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Education Is Everyone's Business

11:30AM to 1PM | Mid-America Center
Come join the Community Education Foundation as we celebrate the partnership between business and education in the Council Bluffs School District. Enjoy lunch and a speaker highlighting educational issues and interests in the community. Tickets are $50 each or sponsor a table for $500. Proceeds from the event support the Community Education Foundation's mission to enhance education in Council Bluffs. The Mission of the Community Education Foundation is to provide support to individuals and families in ways that contribute to their ability to learn. We accomplish our mission through cooperation with the Council Bluffs Community Schools and other organizations.

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Contact: Arian Haddix
(712) 322-8800 x8
ahaddix@cb-cef.org
http://www.commedfoundation.org

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SWI Chorale Rehearsal Process (Men's and Women's Choirs)

6 to 8:30PM | The Arts Center, Iowa Western Community College
The SWI Chorale will begin their spring session with rehearsals on Tuesday, February 13.

Formerly known as the SWI Men's and Women's Choirs, the SWI Chorale has been re-branded to include by mixed choir and single-gendered choir experiences.

The rehearsals will be split into three sections: the men of the Chorale will rehearse from 6-7:30 pm; the women of the Chorale will rehearse from 6:50-8:20 pm. The middle section of the rehearsal is when the mixed literature will be learned.

Please consider coming and singing with this group! No audition required, and no fee attached to membership. We only ask for a commitment and dedication to each session being participated in.

The session will run through the concert on Sunday, April 8 at IWCC, as well as a second concert in Underwood on Tuesday, April 10.

More Information
Contact: Luke Johnson
(712) 325-3726
lrjohnson@iwcc.edu

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