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Friday, September 30

!!Public Health: Iowa Enters Prime West Nile Virus Season

Fuel Prices Largely Mixed Crude Oil Up Slightly

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Today's Obituaries

Thursday, September 29

Iowa’s Archery Deer Hunting Season Opens October 1

Two Las Vegas-Based Dietary Supplement Telemarketers Agree to Settlements

Wednesday, September 28

farmCrop Report: Corn Harvest Slowed Due to Wet Conditions

celebrationUNI Honored with AASCU Excellence and Innovation Award

Tuesday, September 27

celebrationUNI Named to 2015 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll

DNRFlooding in Northern Iowa Impacts Some Public Areas and Raises Baiting Questions

Monday, September 26

!!Gov. Branstad Signs Formal Disaster Proclamation for 13 Counties Affected by Flooding in Iowa

Lawsuits Allege Two Mass Mailing Operations Targeting Iowans are Predatory

Friday, September 23

!!Law Enforcement in Iowa to Participate in First NHTSA Regional Speed Enforcement

Natural Gas Continues Increases, Second Week above $3

Thursday, September 22

Iowa State University Enrollment: 36,660 Strong

Iowa’s Regular Duck Hunting Seasons to Start Soon

Wednesday, September 21

Iowa’s Unemployment Rate Trends Up to 4.2 Percent in August

farmIowa Crop Report: Rain and Storms Hindering Fieldwork

Tuesday, September 20

MoneyEconomic Development Board Makes Awards to Five Startups

!!DNR Supports Septic Awareness Week September 19 to 23

Monday, September 19

Following Summer of Increases Natural Gas Above $3.00

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards to Three Companies

Friday, September 16

celebrationISU Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering Program Ranked Country’s Best

MoneyIowa Business Council Achieves Home Base Iowa Hiring Objective Early

Thursday, September 15

celebrationUNI Ranks No. 2 Among Midwest Public Universities

Dietary Supplement Sellers Barred from Iowa

Wednesday, September 14

farmCrop Report: Few Weeks Away from the Start of Harvest Statewide

!!Farm Safety Week Observed September 18-24

Tuesday, September 13

UNI Announces Fall 2016 Enrollment Numbers

celebrationCentury and Heritage Farms Recognized During Iowa State Fair

Monday, September 12

!!Three Central Iowa Men Charged in Ginseng Theft Case

Science of Parenting: Teens and Jobs

Friday, September 9

farmCrop Report: Moving Quickly to Maturity

Wholesale Ethanol Prices Rise, Other Fuels Mixed

Thursday, September 8

Iowa's Youth Deer Season Begins September 17

helathIDPH: Suicide Prevention Week Set for September 5-11

Tuesday, September 6

Iowa DNR: Find Public Hunting on Private Land with IHAP

DNRWater Summary Update: July and August Wettest Months in 2016

Friday, September 2

celebrationIowa DNR: State Parks Ready for Labor Day Weekend

Natural Gas and Motor Fuels Prices Trending Higher

Thursday, September 1

DNRIowa Pheasant Population Similar to 2015, Quail Highest in 27 Years

MoneyTourism in Iowa: $8 Billion in Expenditures for Second Consecutive Year

Wednesday, August 31

celebrationUNI Faculty Member Receives Fulbright Award

farmCrop Report: Corn and Soybeans Still Good to Excellent

Tuesday, August 30

MoneyU.S. Department of Education Awards $450,384 Grant to UNI

helathMore Traveling Doctors Make for Healthier Rural Hearts

Monday, August 29

celebrationFive Records Set at 2016 Iowa State Fair Sale of Champions

!!Working Group to Review Alcohol Policy in Iowa Set, First Meeting Scheduled

Friday, August 26

!!Celebrate the Unofficial End of Summer by Saving Lives

farmCrop Report: Corn 83, Soybeans 82 Percent Good to Excellent

Thursday, August 25

!!Body of Boat Passenger Missing since Sunday has been Recovered

Iowa Retail Gasoline and Diesel Prices Trending Higher

Wednesday, August 24

celebrationYouth Earn $243,400 in Scholarships & Awards at Iowa State Fair

Iowa DNR: Online Hunting Atlas Offers Places to Go

Tuesday, August 23

Iowa’s Unemployment Rate Increases Slightly to 4.1 Percent in July

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards Six Entrepreneurial Assistance Providers

Monday, August 22

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards to Two Companies

DNRHeavy August Rains Increase Streamflow, Continue to Reduce Areas of Drought

Friday, August 19

Contractor Agrees to Changes Following “Storm Chaser” Roofing Dispute

Crude Oil Prices Strengthen Across the Board

Thursday, August 18

helathIDPH Announces First Human West Nile Virus Cases of Season

DNRHeavy Boat Traffic Expected for Labor Day Weekend

Wednesday, August 17

MoneyUNI Makes Faculty Salary Adjustments after Salary Equity Study

farmCrop Report: Corn 5 Days Ahead of 5 Year Average

Tuesday, August 16

DNRAdministration Highlights Water Quality Efforts Underway Statewide

celebrationBuchanan County’s Amanda Riniker Crowned 2016 Iowa State Fair Queen

Monday, August 15

“Repeat Violator” Buying Club Operation to Pay $300,000 to State, Refund Iowans, and Reform Conduct

DNRWater Summary Update: Iowa Rainfall About Normal for this Time of Year

Friday, August 12

Slight Increase in Iowa Retail Gasoline Prices

New Apprentice Hunting License Allows Experienced Hunters to Share

Thursday, August 11

!!Branstad, Reynolds Order Review of Iowa’s Alcohol Laws

Iowa DNR: More Than 25,000 Acres of Private Land Open to Hunting This Fall

Wednesday, August 10

farmCrop Report: 98% of Corn to Silking Stage

Barclays to Pay $100 Million to Affected Government & Not-for-Profit Entities

Tuesday, August 9

!!Branstad, Reynolds and State Leaders Announce Iowa Cybersecurity Strategy

helathDepartment of Public Health: School-Based Oral Health Services Available

Monday, August 8

farmFarm Progress Show Visitors Will Experience University Research

After a Week Off, Natural Gas Prices on the Rise

Friday, August 5

celebrationUI Hospitals and Clinics Ranked Among the Best in the Country

MoneyMain Street Iowa Hosts Open 4 Business State Contest

Thursday, August 4

MoneyNew Grant Opportunity to Help Small Iowa Communities with Abandoned Commercial Properties

farmFarmers Encouraged to Apply Now for Cost-share For Cover Crops

Wednesday, August 3

farmCrop Report: Topsoil Moisture 82 Percent Adequate or Better

MoneyProgram Helps Iowa Caregivers Plan for Long-term Financial Security

Tuesday, August 2

Iowans Encouraged to File Unemployment Claims Online; Phone Option Phasing Out

Money$220,000 Gift Supports Service Learning and Research at UNI

Monday, August 1

celebration2016 Iowa State Fair to Debut in Two Weeks

helathKlein Named Iowa State Medical Examiner

Friday, July 29

MoneyUNI Received $38.7 Million in Grants, Awards for FY16

Crude, Motor Fuels and Heating Fuels All Lower

Thursday, July 28

MoneyIowa’s Annual Sales Tax Holiday August 5-6

farmCrop Report: Corn and Soy Beans Mostly Good to Excellent

Wednesday, July 27

DNRStatewide Average Rainfall Almost Twice the Normal Average

celebrationIowa DOT Releases State’s First Freight Plan

Tuesday, July 26

!!Buchanan County Couple to Pay $15,000 Penalty Following Hog Manure Discharges

MoneyDevelopment Board Makes Awards to Four Startups

Monday, July 25

Iowa’s Unemployment Rate Increases Slightly

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards to Eight Companies

Friday, July 22

!!Health Department: New HIV Diagnoses up 27 Percent in Iowa

After a Week Off, Natural Gas Prices on the Rise

Thursday, July 21

Walmart Foundation Grant Gives Iowa Women Chance to try Construction

MoneyWildland Fire Suppression Grants Available to Rural Fire Departments

Wednesday, July 20

DNRIowa DNR: Annual Pheasant Survey Begins August 1

celebrationHealth Department: Iowa Communities Recognized for Fluoridation

Tuesday, July 19

farmCrop Report: Corn 81%, Soybens 80% Good to Excellent

celebrationPresident Obama Reappoints Gov. Branstad Co-Chair of Council of Governors

Monday, July 18

DNRResearch Supports Adding Monarch Breeding Habitat to Iowa’s Landscape

celebrationNew ISU Extension and Outreach Collaborative Provides Sustainability Resource for Iowans

Friday, July 15

!!Three Child Drowning Deaths Prompt Reminder

After 6 Weeks Natural Gas Retreats in Price

Thursday, July 14

!!Dysart Man Dies After Falling Into Mississippi River

MoneyUNI Center for Violence Prevention Receives $46,464 Grant from Raliance

Wednesday, July 13

!!Governor Branstad Releases Streamlined Application for Restoration of Firearm Rights and Pardon

celebrationISU Extension and Outreach Plan Addresses Diversity and Inclusion

Tuesday, July 12

!!Three Arrested in Connection with Casino Investigation

MoneyIowa Awarded More than $25 million for Intermodal Transportation Facility in Cedar Rapids

Monday, July 11

!!Unusually Warm June Leads to Drought in Parts of Iowa

State Environmental Lawsuit Filed Against Fort Madison Metals Recycler

Friday, July 8

Natural Gas Up Again, 35% in 6 Weeks

DNRDNR: Help Us Count Wild Turkeys in July and August

Thursday, July 7

Public Health: Quitting is Hard – Quitline Can Help

farmCrop Report: Topsoil Moisture Levels have Declined

Wednesday, July 6

!!Iowan's Jobless and Injury Benefits Increase this Month

MoneyEarn a Homebuyer Education Certificate Online for ‘A Place of Your Own’

Tuesday, July 5

La’ James International College to Forgive $2.1M in Student Debts, Change Business Practices

Natural Gas Price Increases for 5th Straight Week

Friday, July 1

!!Increased Enforcement During Fourth of July Weekend

helathIDPH Urges Iowans to be Mindful of West Nile Virus

Thursday, June 30

!!DNR: Avoid Areas of Heavy Smoke Near Fireworks Displays

Volkswagen to Buy Back or Fix VW & Audi Cars, Compensate Iowa Owners $18.7 Million

Wednesday, June 29

celebrationIowa is Leading Initiative to Stop Drowsy Driving

celebrationMain Street Iowa Open 4 Business Sub-State Winners Announced

Tuesday, June 28

!!DNR: Black Bear Killed on Allamakee County Highway

farmCrop Report: Corn Beginning to Reach Silking Stage

Monday, June 27

DNRWater Summary Update Notes High Temps, Good Groundwater Levels

helathFive Iowa Health Systems Launch Statewide Alert Notification System

Friday, June 24

!!Operation Dry Water Starts June 24: Don't Drink and Boat

Natural Gas Prices Climb for Forth Straight Week

Thursday, June 23

Iowa E-book Buyers to Receive Additional $5.5M from Apple Price-Fixing Case

!!Caution Advised as Peak Boating Season Approaches

Wednesday, June 22

May Unemployment Rate Remains Stable at 3.9 Percent

farmCrop Report: Soybean Emergence at 97 Percent

Tuesday, June 21

!!See Something, Say Something in Wake of Recent Tragedies

MoneyEconomic Development Board Makes Awards to 4 Startups

Monday, June 20

MoneyEconomic Development Board Approves Awards to 4 Companies

!!ISU Researchers Looking to Step Up Mosquito Surveillance

Groan of the Day

While visiting Annapolis, a lady tourist noticed several students on their hands and knees assessing the courtyard with pencils and clipboards in hand.

"What are they doing?" she asked the tour guide.

"Each year," he replied with a grin, "the upperclassmen ask the freshmen how many bricks it took to finish paving this courtyard."

When they were out of earshot of the freshmen, the curious lady asked the guide: "So, what's the answer?"

The guide replied: "One."

 A Joke A

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Compression stockings or support stockings today are nothing like those that grandma wore.  Gone are the tan, thick, and hard-to-put-on stockings of years ago.  Now you can enjoy compression stockings that are comfortable, stylish and made from a variety of fibers!

Understanding the benefits of, and differences in, the various types of compression stockings is important. Compression stockings are made in various strengths and each strength-range is prescribed for a specific reason.  For example, the white stockings known as TEDS are often prescribed to help prevent blood clot formation associated with surgery and bed-rest.  On the other hand, graduated compression stockings are used to treat varicose veins, ankle swelling, skin changes or ulcerations caused by Chronic Venous Insufficiency and come in a variety of strengths including 15-20 mm Hg, 20-30 mm Hg, 30-40 mm Hg and even 50-60 mm Hg.  Chronic Venous Insufficiency is the condition that arises when the valves within the veins function poorly allowing blood to flow backwards with gravity, and most importantly, away from the heart where it becomes oxygenated.  This causes leg symptoms which include tired, aching, burning, itching, swelling, and a heavy sensation, as well as varicosities that range from spider veins to ropey-bulging veins.  More pronounced signs of venous insufficiency include brown-stain discoloration, spontaneous bleeding, and ulcerations.

Compression stockings and other medical treatment interventions can greatly improve your quality of life! Dr. Jenkins, a board certified general surgeon has spent the last several years of his busy Dubuque, Iowa practice specializing in the treatment of varicose veins and has just recently received the distinction of being Iowa’s first accredited vein center as announced by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.  Dr. Jenkins is also a Registered Vascular Technician, a Registered Physician in Vascular Interpretation, a Registered Phlebology Sonographer, and an active diplomat of the American Board of Venous and Lymphatic Medicine.  If you have concerns about your leg symptoms, call us today at 563-583-8346!  Free screening dates are available.  Come see Iowa’s leader in varicose vein treatment—because experience does matter!

Ambassadors Visits

The Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors made three visits in February.

24 Hour Total Fitness

Our first visit was to 24 Hour Total Fitness to meet new owners Lori Schulte Trenkamp and Jeremy Trenkamp. Jeremy and Lori purchased the business in December and have since been busy cleaning, adding and updating. Lori, a certified yoga teacher and health coach, is excited to embark on this new adventure in her life, helping people get healthier. They have added morning cardio/kickboxing, interval and yoga classes as well as partnering with Denise Jones to offer dance fitness classes at the gym. Their goal is to make everyBODY feel welcome at the gym. While the gym allows 24 hour access, staff time is during regular hours so people can come in and check it out for themselves. To learn more visit their website, like them on Facebook at 24 Hour Total Fitness, or call 563-920-3722.

Thede’s Computer Repair and Services

The Manchester Area Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors visited Missi Coates Thede of Thede’s Computer Repair and Services. Thede has over 18 years of computer repair experience and specializes in virus removal, computer maintenance and data recovery. Thede also offers a 24/7 free drop-off for computer recycling at 101 Woodland Drive in Manchester. Missi told the Ambassadors her services are available Thursday evenings through Sundays by Facebook, phone or text appointment and that she prides herself on customer service and satisfaction. If she can’t fix it, you don’t pay for it!

Treasure Alley
"Dubbed the 'Crackerjack of consignment' by a long time client recently, Pat Young, owner of Treasure Alley in downtown Manchester, handed over the reins January 1st to her daughter, Marian Gassmann.  Treasure Alley has successfully operated since 1983, starting out as what would now be seen as "thrift shopping" and grew and evolved to the consignment boutique it is today.  Pat has always considered this to be a family business, so handing over ownership to her daughter was the obvious next step in taking Treasure Alley into the future.  Providing consignment services to Delaware County and eastern Iowa, while giving the residents and visitors to Manchester a top notch shopping experience has always been their main priority.  While Pat continues to provide Marian assistance with the keys to successful ownership, she is looking forward to seeing Treasure Alley grow under the direction of her daughter."

Regional Medical Center’s Phase I Expansion Project Nears Completion

Manchester and surrounding community residents will soon have improved access to healthcare as Phase I of the expansion project at Regional Medical Center (RMC) nears completion. RMC’s 40,000+ square foot expansion project broke ground July 15, 2014, and is expected to be complete in December 2015.

River Ridge Pavilion will include an entirely new inpatient Medical/Surgical/Intensive Care Unit, as well as a large Specialty Clinic which will hopefully add more medical specialties to our already expansive service offerings which include allergy, cardiology, endocrinology, ENT, general surgery, laser, nephrology, neurology, neurosurgery, OB/GYN, oncology, ophthalmology, oral surgery, podiatry, pulmonology, rheumatology, and urology.  Also included is a covered carport, HILLTOP Gift Shop, welcome desk, Jerry’s Place (public dining), family lounges/waiting areas, Harriet Seedorff Solarium, and GNB Bank outdoor patio. 

The new inpatient Medical/Surgical/Intensive Care Unit will be located on Level II of the new addition.  Inpatient rooms will boast an amazing view overlooking the Maquoketa River and be nearly double in size from current rooms to better accommodate for patients, visitors, staff, and advanced technology.

There will be an open house for the River Ridge Pavilion Sunday, November 22, from 1-4 PM.

“Throughout the planning process of this state-of-the-art facility, focus was planned on priority issues such as access to care, an increase in the quantity of medical specialty services, and an enhanced patient/family experience.  At RMC we strive to make each patient feel special and believe it is the little things that make a big difference.  My sincere appreciation goes out to each and every one of our loyal patients that choose our healthcare system for their care, support, and healthcare education.  We look forward to seeing everyone at our open house for River Ridge Pavilion,” shares Lon Butikofer, RN, PhD, Chief Executive Officer.

Visit to learn more about the expansion project.

Rhubarb Festival

Manchester’s Annual Rhubarb Fest
Saturday, June 4, 2016
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
BAUM PARK (Anderson/E. Butler Streets)
♪ ♫ MUSIC ♪ ♫
☺ “Free Activities for
the Kids” the Kids”
Face Painting & Balloons! Face Painting & Balloons! 
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Edgewood Rodeo Days June 23 - 26, 2016

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Delaware County Fair July 11 - 17, 2016

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Area Attractions, Fairs & Festivals

Great Jones County Fair July 20-24, 2016

Anamosa Pumpkinfest - Saturday, October 1, 2016

Named by the Iowa legislature in 1993, for great family fun at the annual Pumpkinfest and Weigh-off!  The event is scheduled for the 1st Saturday of October with events scheduled throughout the day including the Ryan Norlin GIANT Pumpkin Weigh-off, Pumpkinfest Parade, pumpkin carving exhibits, food and craft booths, pumpkin recipe contest, games and much more!

The Iowa record for a big pumpkin was broken several years in a row in the pumpkin capital of Iowa, Anamosa.  In 2007, Anamosa received national recognition by weighing in the second largest pumpkin in the world at 1662 pounds from Don Young of Des Moines, IA.

Downtown Main Street in Anamosa will be closed to showcase Food and Craft Vendors. Pumpkinfest activities include Pumpkin Carving Exhibitions, Pumpkin Recipe Contest, Kids Games and Rides, Parade, Scarecrow Contest, Golf Tournament, Bowling Tournament, Hay Bail Toss, Live Music and 5K Run. The annual Chili Cook-Off benefits the free medical clinic.

National Farm Toy Museum

Hidden amongst the patch worked fields of green and gold, the National Farm Toy Museum, has been home to thousands of farm toys and collectibles since 1986. The idea of a farm toy museum came from the growing awareness of the farm toy hobby through passionate and enthusiastic collectors, and the demand for additional space to house the National Farm Toy Show. Taking note of these two elements Dave Bell, then of the ERTL Company, and Claire Scheibe, founder and past president of the Toy Farmer Ltd. met with the Dyersville Industries, Inc. (DII) Board of Directors to propose the National Farm Toy Museum.

As was expected, the DII Board did not immediately accept the idea of building a museum. One major concern the Directors focused on was the expense to construct the facility. To help defray the costs a fund raising campaign was put together that included introducing and selling a series of collector tractors. The first series was a line of vintage Cockshutt tractors. The series consisted of a three-tractor set that was produced from 1986 thru 1990. Those who purchased the first set are still acknowledged in the museum today. The result of the fund raising campaign and the sales of the Cockshutt series tractor sales was the National Farm Toy Museum. Every year the National Farm Toy Museum selects an exclusive collector's series tractor to produce for the benefit of the Museum.
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Ghost Players at the Field of Dreams Movie Site

Come see the world famous Ghost Players on Sundays, July 6 & 20 August 3, 17, 31 at the Field of Dreams Movie Site. The ghosts will appear at 1 pm and perform their "Greatest Show on Dirt."  Come play some ball and have some fun!  Free admission.  See more details here.

Basilica of St. Francis Xavier

The Basilica of St. Francis Xavier is the Catholic parish for the residents of Dyersville, Iowa. It is one of 70 basilicas in the United States. The parish is part of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. The church was named in honor of the missionary Saint Francis Xavier.

The basilica features Gothic architecture. This includes columns and vaulted ceilings. The church has a seating capacity of about 1200 people. There are about 5000 people total in the parish.  It has 64 large stained glass windows. There are two notable windows in the church. 
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Elkader Opera House

The beautifully renovated 1903 Elkader Opera House is nestled in the scenic Turkey River valley in Elkader, Iowa. In addition to being on the National Register of Historic Places, the Opera House is best known as Northeast Iowa’s entertainment leader. With its rich cultural heritage the Elkader Opera House provides a charming and unique setting for any event.
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Clayton County Fair

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Turkey River Corridor

As an Iowa Great Place, The Turkey River Corridor is unique in its geographic size and potential. It truly is a regional great place. The communities of Clermont, Elgin and Elkader in Fayette and Clayton Counties are linked by the special, scenic beauty of the Turkey River corridor. Visitors relish in the abundance of wooded hills and rich rolling plains, streams and rivers, diverse wildlife and recreational opportunities. The corridor communities are linked in a common mission to develop and enhance the existing natural resource base of the Turkey River Corridor through the creation of land and water trails infrastructure.
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Heartland Acres

Heartland Acres Agribition Center is located off Highway 20 Exit 252, in Independence, Iowa. Dedicated to exhibiting the past, present and future of agriculture in the National Heritage Area, Heartland Acres has something fun and educational for people of all ages. Heartland Acres has seasonal livestock, new and antique farm equipment, a classic car museum, events center and a one-room schoolhouse.  See more details here.

Buchanan County Fair
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Brew BQ

Overwhelm your senses with outstanding BBQ, slow cooked for hours over hardwood smoke. New vendors for 2014 will bring a delicious new flavor to the menu selection. Food and standard beverages are available by purchasing tickets at the event.

Our Craft Brew Zone features over 50 craft brews and is open from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Passes for the Craft Brew Zone are available in advance or at the gate.

Bring your lawn chair, music starts at 2:00 and lasts until 9:00 p.m.   
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Williams Center for the Performing Arts

Opened in the Fall of 2003.  The construction of the center was part of a project which included a wellness center and other festures.  The williams center for the arts includes a state-of-the-art auditorium, a multi-funtional, sound/light booth, a spacious work area, several spacious dressing rooms and multi-level storage.  See more details here.

Fayette County Fair

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Oelwein Heritage Days

Annually held 3rd Weekend in August. 

A great chance to get in touch with local heritage and celebrate our past. Railroad History - Large Flea Market - Beautiful Quilts - 5K Race - Vintage Cars - Arts & Crafts - Street Dance - Musical Entertainment - Games - Window Displays - Sidewalk Sales - Lunch Stands. Out-of-town guests can make Oelwein their weekend destination and area residents can renew their local heritage. Fun for the entire family!  
See more details here.

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