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Thursday, September 17

The Fight for the Right: Women and the Vote
17
Sep

Advocacy for the vote for women began as early as 1866 in Iowa. Although early efforts failed to amend the state constitution, Iowa became the tenth state in...

Waterloo's Largest Flea Market
17
Sep

An outdoor flea market where you can find treasures, antiques, crafts, collectibles, lots of good stuff. New vendors! For more information call 319-233-9392.

9/17  |  8am
How to Write Clear, Concise Communication to Customers
17
Sep

This course provides guidelines and best practices enabling participants to express ideas clearly, accurately, and professionally in business writing, either...

Pin It to Win It: Political Paraphernalia Exhibit
17
Sep

Buttons and posters and hats, oh my! From “I like Ike!” to “Hope,” campaign materials have been a part of political life for generations, and allow us to...

Remember the Ladies
17
Sep

Honor Iowa’s women, who fought for the right to vote and participate fully in society. Celebrate local heroes like Carrie Chapman Catt. Meet the movers and...

Scarecrow Stroll at the Arboretum
17
Sep

September 12th - October 31st, 2020 $5 for adults | $2 for Children (ages 5-17) | Kids 4 & under and Arboretum Members receive free admission * Scarecrow...

College Hill Farmers Market
17
Sep

The market is a producer only market offering quality products including fresh seasonal produce, homemade jam, healthy snacks, popcorn, baked goods, eggs,...

Paws and Draws
17
Sep

Come join us at Toast to Toast located in the new Holiday Inn and Suites in Cedar Falls every third Thursday of the month. Our outdoor patio with plenty of...

Cedar Falls Public Library
17
Sep

3rd Thursday at Hoover 's Presidential Library and Museum featuring keynote speaker Dr. Karen Kedrowski. Dr. Kedrowski will present "A Brief History of...

9/17  |  6pm
Virtual Event
Screaming Street Party w/Dead Presidents
17
Sep

This one is gonna rock! Waterloo's very own Dead Presidents will by outside! Bring your bike, hot rod, or classic ride and come hang out!

Succ' It Up
17
Sep

Come plant with us! Easy to plant, care for, and love. Each participant will be able to plant succulents in a one-of-a-kind draped hypertufa pot....

Virtual Program: The Women's Suffrage Movement, 1840-1920
17
Sep

The Herbert Hoover Presidential Library and Museum and the Waterloo Public Library invite you to a free live Zoom webinar with Dr. Karen M. Kedrowski,...

9/17  |  6pm
Virtual Event
Donté K. Hayes, Double Consciousness, 2019, Ceramic stoneware (black clay body), Private collection, Image credit: Donté K. Hayes
17
Sep

Join Lenore Metrick-Chen, professor of art and social history, curator and art critic, for three candid, online conversations with noted artists whose work...

9/17  |  6:30pm
Virtual Event

Thursday, September 17