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Fun Update: Early August is Sizzling in Tama County

 

The heat is on but we won’t let that stop us from having fun.  The first two weekends of August are packed with fun things to do across Tama County.  Get in on the premier showing of an independent film set in Clutier and see if you can spot any neighbors in the cast.  Experience the heart-pounding thrill of a rodeo and help support Easter Seals Camp Sunnyside.  Take a peek under the big top in Traer.  Check out the colorful native regalia of an authentic Indian pow wow.

BOHEMIAN PLUM FESTIVAL   Clutier, Iowa
Friday & Saturday, August 5 & 6, 2011
Premier Showing of the film “Hometown”
Grand Parade, Wine Tasting
Firemen’s Hog Roast, Street Dance
Silver Anniversary Street Cruise
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DOUBLE D RODEO   Toledo, Iowa
Friday & Saturday, August 5 & 6, 2011
IRA, IRCA & URA Approved Rodeo
Kids Wooly-Bully Rides
Food Concessions & Beverages
Live Entertainment
In association with Pony Express Riders of Iowa

WINDING STAIRS FESTIVAL   Traer, Iowa
Thursday – Saturday, August 11-13, 2011
Free Movie Under the Stars
Youth Team Triathlon, Petting Zoo
Car Show & Cruise, Hot Air Balloon Rides
Grand Parade, Live Entertainment
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MESKWAKI POW WOW    Tama, Iowa
Thursday – Sunday, August 11-14, 2011
Unique Ceremonial Dances
Historical Preservation Exhibits
Artisan Demonstrations
Food Vendors
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