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English as a Second Language (ESL)
Learn to speak English as a second language. Classes are free and are held on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 5pm to 8pm. Contact All Cultures Equal (ACE) at 515-832-4153 for more information.
Plan for Retirement
Presenter, Cierra Walding, Ameriprise Financial, will be helping the public plan for their retirement. Challenge your concerns and take control! This event is free to attend. Food and drinks may be purchased at restaurant.
April Marketplace at ACE Building in Webster City! Join them for their 11am Easter Egg Hunt. See all the vendors! For more information, call 515-832-4153.
Pancake Luncheon and Bakesale
Friends of Ban De La Roche is having a Pancake Luncheon and Bakesale! Public is welcome!
Who was MacKinlay Kantor?
Local historian, Nancy Kayser, will share photos and stories about MacKinlay Kantor, his family and his early years in Webster City. All are welcome to attend!
A brief Friends of Library business meeting will take place before the presentation.
Save Money While Eating Healthy - Grow a Garden!
Presenter - Yvonne McCormick - Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. Free to public to attend.
Protect Yourself from Computer Crime
Michael Bazzell, Computer Security Specialist & Private Consultant, will be providing suprising insights and valuable solutions.
Plan for Retirement
Presenter - Nick Hammitt with Ameriprise Financial. Free to public to attend. Food & drinks may be purchased.
Steps For Success
Presenter - Will Johnston, First State Bank Investment Services. Free to public to attend. Food and drinks may be purchased.
Is a Retirement Annuity Right For You?
Presenter - Barb Wollan, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach. Free for public to attend. Food and drinks are available for purchase.
Walking in His Grandfather's Footsteps
Nationally recognized auther and editor, Tom Schroder, will discuss the influence his Pulitzer prize-winning grandfather, MacKinlay Kantor, had on his own life and writing.
Writer's Workshop with Tom Shroder - How to Craft a Successful Pitch - Sat. April 25th from 10am - 3:30pm at the Webster City Middle School. Pre-registration required. Call 515-832-9100 x5 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Community Shred Event
WCF Financial Bank wants to help residents shred their personal information to protect them from becoming a victim of fraud or identity theft. Bring your personal documents to the bank between 1pm - 3pm and they will shred your documents for you... FREE!
Spring Book Sale
Friends of Kendall Young Library are having their Spring Book Sale from Thursday, April 30th - Saturday, May 2nd. Call 515-832-9100 with questions.
St. Thomas Aquinas Ball 2015
St. Thomas Aquinas in Webster City is announcing their annual 2015 Ball, "Diamonds & Bowties." Public is invited to attend this event. Tickets are available at $60 per person by contacting Sharon Smith at 832-1346. You may also show your support for this event by purchasing or selling raffle tickets (1/$50 or 3/$125) by contacting Heidi Tesdahl at 835-9359. If you'd like to donate something for the Silent or Live Auction, please contact Heather Arnold at 835-2289. Cash donations may be made by contacting Sharon Smith at 832-1346. A receipt will be mailed for all donations received. As a donor, you will be recognized in the Ball program. Please make a check payable to "Friends of St. Thomas". Upon receipt of a contribution with a value of $400 or more, two complimentary tickets to this year's Ball will be sent to you.
Thank you in advance for supporting St. Thomas Aquinas School and for helping them provide a choice in education to all religious denominations in our community.
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