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Choral Society to present last performance of season

April 26, 2015 The Fort Dodge Choral Society is celebrating English composer John Rutter’s 70th birthday at 3 p.m. today at St. Olaf Lutheran Church, 239 . more »»

Sipping tea, dancing around the maypole

April 26, 2015 The annual mother-daughter May Day Tea and May Pole Dance will be held May 3 at the Vincent House, 824 Third Ave. S. more »»

Fort Museum will bring history to life

April 19, 2015 The Fort Museum usually opens for the season with little fanfare — not so this year. “We have a new agenda,” said recently hired Executive Director Jim Kimpell. more »»

Fur Ball is Saturday

April 19, 2015 Almost Home Humane Society of North Central Iowa is promising a night of dancing, gambling and fun at its seventh annual Fur Ball Saturday. more »»

New agriculture exhibit will explore future of farming

April 19, 2015 CLARION — Heartland Museum will be launching two new exhibits this year when it opens its season on Memorial Day weekend. more »»

All aboard in Algona

April 12, 2015 ALGONA — A massive model train track traveling through mountains, farm land, cities and a carnival is one of the features at the Model Train Show on Saturday in Algona. more »»

Hirst: ‘Try local produce’ at expo

April 12, 2015 The culinary arts program at Iowa Central Community College is hosting a day of food, beer and wine on April 25. more »»

Symphony to celebrate young artists

April 12, 2015 The Fort Dodge Area Symphony is celebrating the talents of four young musicians during its concert April 19. “The soloists this year are just dynamite players,” said symphony director Joshua Barlag. more »»

Frontier Fiddle Band members back to play old-time music at the Fort

April 12, 2015 Shadric and Debbie Smith and former members of the Frontier Fiddle Band will be returning to the Fort Museum on May 2 for the opening weekend festivities. more »»

Hide the hard-boiled eggs, eat poached

April 5, 2015 Decorated hard-boiled eggs are symbolic of Easter, but Fort Dodge chefs prefer their eggs prepared a bit differently. more »»

While planning gardens, plan for the harvest

April 5, 2015 As people begin planning gardens and starting seeds, they also often consider what to do with the resulting harvest. more »»

Scholarship concert to end winter season

April 5, 2015 The Karl L. King Municipal Band is finishing up its 2015 winter season on April 12 with a Scandinavian influenced scholarship concer. more »»

Connecting with the community

March 29, 2015 Connections enrich our lives. more »»

Ensuring continuity of care

March 29, 2015 Setting and obtaining goals are key skills taught to the consumers at LifeWorks Community Services, and they are skills the LifeWorks Charitable Foundation plans to put into action. more »»

Rolling in harmony

March 29, 2015 Audiences will be able to hit the road with a gang harmonizing bikers when the Fort Dodge Harmony Brigade Barbershop presents its annual show at 2 p.m. and again at 7 p. more »»

Painting porcelain canvases

March 22, 2015 HUMBOLDT — For a group of artists in Humboldt, porcelain is their canvas. more »»

Laughter arises when plans go awry

March 22, 2015 When two half-witted drifters roll into the small town of Summit, Alabama, hilarity is bound to ensue. more »»

Lacing up for the JDRF

March 22, 2015 The fourth annual Hy-Vee Half Marathon and 5K Walk/Run for the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation will be April 11 along the Fort Dodge trail system. The half marathon will begin at 9 a.. more »»

Indulging in cakes for a cause

March 15, 2015 The staff at the Domestic/Sexual Assault Outreach Center is well underway with planning of their biggest annual fundraiser — the cake auction. more »»

Celebrating family and community heritage

March 15, 2015 CLARE — Known for clover, drinks and Gaelic cheer, St. more »»

 
 
 

 

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