Dyersville Happenings

Bingo - Held every Thursday at St. Francis Xavier parish hall in Dyersville from 7pm to 10pm.

Tuesday/Thursday - Every Tuesday and Thursday come play progressive euchre at the Dyersville Senior Center from 9-11am. Cost is only a quarter, and prizes are given away. Also, every Wednesday from 9:30-11am come play bingo at the Dyersville Senior Center. Cost is .50 for a set of four, prizes are given away.

JKPL Memoir Project at James Kennedy Public Library beginning at 6:30 p.m. Everyone has a story to tell, what's yours? Join us for this monthly writers' group that focuses on writing about personal stories and family history. No previous writing experience is necessary, please come and learn with us! This group will meet the third Monday of each  month.

The Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce and NICC are hosting an Entrepreneurs Workshop. This started on February 7th from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Another session will be offered starting April 25th and May 23rd both on Tuesdays. One on one sessions are available for newly formed businesses. Please call the Chamber for more details at 563-875-2311 or go to their website at dyersville.org

Now - Registration is open for the City's T-ball, soccer, baseball and softball programs. You can register online at http://www.cityofdyersville.com   Please contact Cindy Hall with any questions.

Fourth Monday of each Month - The James Kennedy Public Library is hosting a NEW monthly open mic night at Brew & Brew on the fourth Monday of each month at 6:00 p.m. Performers (age 13 & up) are encouraged to sign up for ten minute time slots and show off their talents. Poetry, music, readings and comedy are just a few examples!

Through April 30th - DASH for the STASH at James Kennedy Public Library. This contest, played much like a scavenger hunt, can earn you a chance to win a $1,000 contribution to an existing or new individual Retirement Account (IRA). Contact the library for more information on how to play. This promotion runs through the end of April.

April 22nd-29th - Don't forget Money Smart Week April 22-29. Metal and electronic recycling and events at the library.

April 24th-29th - Metal and electronic recycling at Deutmeyer Auto Advantage.

April 27th - Free shredder truck at American Trust Highway 136 location.

Through April 30th - DASH for the STASH at James Kennedy Public Library. This contest, played much like a scavenger hunt, can earn you a chance to win a $1,000 contribution to an existing or new individual Retirement Account (IRA). Contact the library for more information on how to play. This promotion runs through the end of April.


Monticello Happenings

 US Cell Tech Class (4-6pm) Join us on the 3rd Thursday of each month for all your technology questions. Bring in your mobile device and learn all you can use it for. Held at the Monticello Public Library (205 E Grand St.)

April 26th 2:15 p.m.- Heart Shaped Pickles Puppet Show
A short gentle grief support story for anyone who has felt sad following the death of someone dear. Snacks provided to the audience by Above & Beyond. All ages welcome. Children under the age of 7 must be accompanied by a responsible individual. Held at the Ross and Elizabeth Baty Public Library.

April 27th 6:30 p.m.- FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC - Prosthetics Past, Present and Future
Don Shurr, will talk about the history of prosthetics, the current technology in prosthetics and what is on the horizons in prosthetics. Appetizers and beverages will be provided for your enjoyment. Held at the Ross and Elizabeth Baty Public Library.