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With concerts, conventions and festivals, Wapello County offers a variety of year round activities for all ages. Search by keyword or view all listings below. All events take place in Ottumwa unless noted otherwise. Have a special event you wish to feature on ExploreOttumwa.com? Or have more details to include on one already included? Click on the following: Submit an Event
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August 6 - December 31
Songs & Stories
Ottumwa Public Library
This is a weekly story time for new-borns to three-year-olds. There will be a new theme each week. It is held every Wednesday at 10:30 am. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to blog.OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
September 5 - December 19
Pre School Story Time
Ottumwa Public Library
A children's story and craft time is held every Friday at 10:30 am. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to blog.OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
November 22 - January 3
Holiday Nights N Lights
Greater Ottumwa Park
Drive through the illuminating one mile route Sunday-Thursday 6-8:30 pm and Friday-Saturday 6-9:30 pm. Admission is $10 per car, & season passes are $40. Purchase advance tickets at Elliott Oil Company locations for $8 each. Ask for rates for buses or large-capacity passenger vehicles. For more information, contact Brenda at (641) 814-5900, or via e-mail at brendas@ottumwaiowa.com, or go to www.HolidayNightsNLights.com.
November 24 - December 11
IHCC Annual Art Faculty Exhibition
Indian Hills Art Gallery
The annual exhibit features the recent art works by IHCC Art Faculty including ceramics, drawings, photographs, and paintings in various media. An artists' reception will take place on 11/24 at 7-8:30 pm. Admission is free. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
November 28
Lights of Love, Little Miss Main Street & Christmas Tree Lighting
Central Park
Central Park will be lit up with 60 "Lights of Love" trees honoring or memorializing friends and family members. The 2014 Little Miss Main Street will be decided as well. The fun starts at 5:30 pm. For more information, contact Bob Untiedt at (641) 799-3464, or via e-mail at director@mainstreetottumwa.com, or go to www.MainStreetOttumwa.com.
November 28
Dueling Pianos
Hotel Ottumwa
Midwest Dueling Pianos will be performing in the hotel's grand ballroom. The doors open at 6:30 pm and the show starts at 8 pm. The amenities include a wine bar, full bar, and menu of food for purchase. Tickets are available at the front desk and are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Seating is limited. For more information, contact Sara Gerot at (641) 682-8051, or via e-mail at sara@hotelottumwa.com.
November 29
OTown Downtown Small Business Saturday
Downtown Ottumwa
Downtown businesses will have special promotions and offer longer hours during this national promotion of small businesses the day after "Black Friday". More than 20 businesses will be open from 9 am to 5 pm. The goal is to inspire consumers to choose to shop local. For more information, contact Bob Untiedt at (641) 799-3464, or via e-mail at director@mainstreetottumwa.com, or go to www.MainStreetOttumwa.com.
December 2
Ottumwa RC Flyers Open Flying
Bridge View Center
Radio controlled electric planes & helicopters are flown by club members in the expo hall. The fee to fly is $8. Open flying takes place 6-10 pm. Don Wasson at 641. 455.8432 is happy to answer questions. For more information, contact Dave Rabe at (641) 684-5593, or via e-mail at rjandave@mchsi.com, or go to RCHawk.com.
December 4 - 6
Indian Hills Fall Play: A Tuna Christmas
St. John Auditorium
The public is invited to visit the town of Tuna, Texas in this hilarious holiday comedy. Call ahead for reserved seating (recommended). Admission is free. The show begins at 7:30 pm. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
December 5 - 7
Christmas Tree Wanderland
McHaffey Opera House
Scores of Christmas trees are decorated with a variety of themes. Admission is free, but donations are accepted. For more information, contact City of Eldon at (641) 652-7510.
December 5 - 7
A Christmas Carol
Bridge View Center
This holiday classic is presented by the Ottumwa Community Children's Playhouse. General admission tickets are $8 for adults & $5 for students. Show times are 12/5 & 12/6 at 7 pm and 12/7 at 2 pm. For more information, call (641) 226-1523.
December 5
Wine & Canvas
Hotel Ottumwa
Take part in a December evening of food, friends, drink and art. It will be held in the hotel's grand ballroom 6-9 pm featuring its new wine list, several seasonal drinks, a full bar and delicious food. Seats are already going fast! Simply sign up online. For more information, contact Sara Gerot at (641) 226-3414, or via e-mail at sara@hotelottumwa.com, or go to www.WineAndCanvas.com.
December 6
Gingerbread House Building
American Gothic House Center
Kids are invited to arrive early with parents to create their own gingerbread house made out of graham crackers, frosting & candy while supplies last. The event is 1-4 pm. Admission is free. For more information, contact American Gothic House Center at (641) 652-3352, or go to www.AmericanGothicHouse.net.
December 6
Jim McDonough - Holiday Grande 2014
Bridge View Center
Reserved tickets start at $32. The concert begins at 2 pm. For more information, contact Bridge View Center at (641) 684-7000, or go to www.BridgeViewCenter.com.
December 6
Prepare Your Heart
Willard St United Methodist Church
The public is invited to a special Saturday afternoon service titled "Prepare your Heart" to experience the blessings of Christmas hosted by the church youth group. Immediately following attendees are invited to a dinner of soup, baked potato bar, and dessert in Fellowship Hall. The cost is a free will offering. Proceeds will benefit the Lord's Cupboard & Helping Hands Ministry. For more information, contact Debbie Bratten at (641) 455-1528, or via e-mail at dbratten@mchsi.com.
December 7
OHS Vocal & Orchestra Holiday Concert
Ottumwa High School Auditorium
The annual holiday concert begins at 2 pm. For more information, call (641) 683-4444, or go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
December 9
Christmas Open House
Wapello County Historical Museum
See the museum beautifully decorated for Christmas. Carolers, Santa, and a bake sale are all a part of the festivities. Come join a delightful holiday tour and light refreshments, 5-7 pm. The price of admission are any items for the Lord's Cupboard. For more information, contact Mary Ellen Schmitz at (641) 683-1394, or via e-mail at mes@pcsia.net, or go to www.WapelloCountyMuseum.com.
December 10
Readers Ink Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
On the second Wednesday of the month, this club meets at 5 pm in the library meeting room to discuss both fiction and nonfiction books. The public can call to inquire about this month's book selection. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to blog.OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
December 11 - 12
Jewelry is Fun
Ottumwa Regional Health Center
The annual jewelry sale takes place on 12/11 at 9 am-4 pm & on 12/12 at 7 am-2 pm in conference rooms A, B, & C. For more information, contact Beverly A Molkenthin at (641) 684-3413.
December 11
My Travels to Spain
Pioneer Ridge Nature Center
In 2013, Annette Wittrock traveled to Spain to participate in the running of bulls and otherwise explore the countryside. Wittrock provides her first-hand account of the adventure illuminated by slides of the trip. All are welcome to attend free of charge. It begins at 5 pm. For more information, contact Wapello County Conservation Board at (641) 682-3091, or go to WapelloCounty.org.
December 11
6th-8th Orchestra Concert
Evans Middle School Auditorium
The event begins at 7 pm with free admission. For more information, go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
December 11
Broadway Boys Holiday Show
Bridge View Center
The Broadway Boys bring their amazing vocals & explosive energy to what will be a memorable holiday show. It begins at 7:30 pm. Reserved tickets are $35 each. Senior & student rates are available. For more information, contact Bridge View Center at (641) 684-7000, or go to www.BridgeViewCenter.com.
December 11
Indian Hills Holiday Concert
St. John Auditorium
Indian Hills Community College presents its annual holiday concert, "Sweets for the Holidays" on this Thursday evening at 7:30 pm. Admission is free. The concert will feature the IHCC Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, Jazz Band, Tono Bella, Every Direction, Staff Holiday Choir, and soloists. Plan to attend this fun evening of sounds of the season. For more information, contact Janene Sheldon at (641) 683-5111 x1833, or via e-mail at janene.sheldon@indianhills.edu, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
December 12
5th-12th Band Holiday Concert
Ottumwa High School Auditorium
This event begins at 2 pm with free admission. For more information, call (641) 683-4444, or go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
December 12
Ottumwa Symphony Ball
Hotel Ottumwa
The Ottumwa Symphony Guild invites the public to the Celtic Christmas Symphony Ball. This elegant evening celebration will include socializing, dining, and dancing to the music of Heiland Storm & the Ottumwa Symphony Orchestra. Tickets are $125 per couple. The schedule is as follows: 6-7:30 pm - cocktails & hors d'oeuvres; 7:30-9 pm - plated dinner; and 9-11 pm - music & dancing. For more information, contact Kim Ardueser at (641) 777-7788, or via e-mail at theottumwasymphonyorchestra@gmail.com, or go to www.OttumwaSymphonyOrchestra.net.
December 14
Childrens Christmas Musical
Willard St United Methodist Church
A special family worship service will feature the Children's Christmas Musical at 9:30 am. For more information, contact Debbie Bratten at (641) 455-1528, or via e-mail at dbratten@mchsi.com.
December 14
Tuba Christmas
St. John Auditorium
Lowly Brass presents...A Merry Tuba Christmas. Enjoy the sounds of the Christmas season as only low brass can perform. The free concert begins at 4 pm. For more information, contact MaryLee Hansen at (641) 777-8216, or via e-mail at mleehansen@iowatelecom.net.
December 15
OHS Comedy Team Performance
Ottumwa High School Auditorium
This event begins at 7:30 pm. For more information, call (641) 683-4444, or go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
December 16
Ottumwa RC Flyers Open Flying
Bridge View Center
Radio controlled electric planes & helicopters are flown by club members in the expo hall. The fee to fly is $8. Open flying takes place 6-10 pm. Don Wasson at 641. 455.8432 is happy to answer questions. For more information, contact Dave Rabe at (641) 684-5593, or via e-mail at rjandave@mchsi.com, or go to RCHawk.com.
December 18
5th-8th Vocal Holiday Concert
Ottumwa High School Auditorium
This event begins at 7 pm with free admission. For more information, call (641) 684-6511, or go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
December 19
Christmas Bird Count
Wapello County
Now in it's 115th year, the Christmas Bird Count is the longest running wildlife survey conducted. Birds will be counted all day in an attempt to find as many species as possible within the count circle. Everyone is welcome to join in by counting at home or joining the drive through the count circle. Call to find out more information or to participate. No need to be a bird expert to help out. For more information, contact Wapello County Conservation Board at (641) 682-3091, or go to WapelloCounty.org.
December 24
Family Candle Light Christmas Eve Worshop Service
Willard St United Methodist Church
At 6 pm, the church will offer a family candle light worship service on Christmas Eve. All are welcome. For more information, contact Pastor Leila Disburg at (641) 680-7401, or via e-mail at ldisburg@gmail.com.
December 31
New Years Eve Party
Hotel Ottumwa
Ottumwa band, Sez Who, will be playing this year in the grand ballroom. Ring in 2015 with friends at the hotel. For more information, contact Sara Gerot at (641) 682-8051, or via e-mail at sales@hotelottumwa.com.
January 5 - February 5
John Evans: Views from the Roadside
Indian Hills Arts Gallery
The exhibit features paintings in pastels with scenes from the roadside. Many of the paintings are done "en plein air" or on location. Artist reception will be held on 1/12, 7-8:30 pm. Free admission to both reception & gallery. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
January 7 - April 29
Songs & Stories
Ottumwa Public Library
Volunteer Sara Martindale facilitates a story time aimed at 0-3 year old's on Wednesdays at 10:30 am. There will be a new theme each week. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
January 9 - April 24
Pre School Story Time
Ottumwa Public Library
Children's story time and craft time on Fridays at 10:30 am. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
January 14
Readers Ink Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
The library's monthly book club reads a variety of works both fiction and non-fiction and meets at 5 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
January 22
Non-Fiction Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
A book club focusing discussion of non-fiction works meeting monthly at 5:30 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
January 24
ABATE of Iowa District 14 Motorcycle Swap Meet
Bridge View Center
ABATE holds its annual swap meet 10 am to 2 pm featuring bike parts, jewelry, clothes & miscellaneous. The PAC auction takes place at 12 pm. Admission is $7 per person. Vendors can drive-in & unload from 8 am until 10 am. For more information, contact Roger Weirbach at (641) 682-3296, or via e-mail at scoe56@mchsi.com.
January 24
25 Men Who Can Cook
Bridge View Center
Presented by the Ottumwa Symphony Orchestra with tickets available at $12.50 each in advance & $15 each at the door. Children age 10 or younger are free if accompanied by an adult. The event is 11 am-1 pm. For more information, call (641) 680-7685, or go to www.OttumwaSymphonyOrchestra.net.
January 24
Wapello County Pheasants Forever Banquet
Bridge View Center
The banquet is an annual membership & fundraising event for the county chapter. The cost for a single membership & meal is $55 or $75 for a couple. For more information, call (641) 682-8117, or go to www.IowaPF.net.
January 24
Michael Philipsen in Concert
Bridge View Center
The Ottumwa Civic Music Association presents local favorite Micheal Philipsen as he performs the music of Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Beethoven, and a few lighter selections to warm the heart on a cold winter night. The concert begins at 7:30 pm. Admission is by season pass or by single event ticket, both available at the door. For more information, contact Judy Engle at (641) 777-5903, or via e-mail at engleja@mchsi.com.
January 26
Sweets & Sounds - OHS & Evans Jazz Band & Show Choir
TBD
The event begins at 6 pm. For more information, call (641) 683-4444, or go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
January 27
Reminisce Society: Iowa Hidden Treasures
Ottumwa Public Library
For those who enjoy history, both local and state, Dan Kaercher presents "Iowa's Hidden Treasures". Kaercher knows of what he speaks as the retired editor-in-chief of "Midwest Living" magazine. The event begins at 10 am with refreshments served. Admission is free. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
January 30 - 31
44th Annual Cornbelt Cow-Calf Conference/KIIC Farm Show
Bridge View Center
This long-running conference focuses on the management and production practices of the cow-calf industry but also now features the KIIC Farm Show. Registration is required. For more information, call (641) 682-4107.
February 6 - 7
Bullriders of America 2014 Finals
Bridge View Center
This competition decides the bull riding finals champion for the year. The event begins at 7 pm both nights with all tickets sold for reserved seating. For more information, contact Bridge View Center at (641) 684-7000, or go to www.BridgeViewCenter.com.
February 6 - 8
Rumors
Bridge View Center
The Ottumwa Community Players presents this Neil Simon comedy with all tickets general admission. Tickets are $12 each for adults & $8 each for students. Show times are 7 pm on 2/6 & 2/7 and 2 pm on 2/8. For more information, contact Bridge View Center at (641) 684-7000, or go to www.BridgeViewCenter.com.
February 7
Grant Wood Birthday Soup Smorgasbord
KD Center, Eldon
Join the American Gothic House Center as it celebrates the 124th anniversary of Grant Wood's birth. Enjoy delicious home-cooked soup for a free-will donation. For more information, contact American Gothic House Center at (641) 652-3352, or go to www.AmericanGothicHouse.net.
February 9 - March 12
Iowa Watercolor Society
Indian Hills Arts Gallery
This exhibit represents a selection of watercolor paintings from the yearly Iowa Watercolor Society's exhibition. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
February 10
Indian Hills Film Festival: Jersey Boys
St. John Auditorium
The film is shown at 7:30 pm with free admission. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
February 11
Readers Ink Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
The library's monthly book club reads a variety of works both fiction and non-fiction and meets at 5 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
February 13 - 15
Midwest Arms Collectors Gun & Knife Show
Bridge View Center
The event is held 5-9 pm on 2/13, 9 am-5 pm on 2/14, & 9 am-3 pm on 2/15. Admission is $8 per person. For more information, contact Bridge View Center at (641) 684-7000, or go to www.BridgeViewCenter.com.
February 13
Chocolate Lovers Benefit
Hotel Ottumwa
The event features a silent auction, signature drinks, the band - "Sez Who", & all the appetizers and chocolate you can eat. Proceeds benefit the families served by the American Home Finding Association. Ticket are $25 per person or $40 per couple until 2/11. After that date, tickets increase by $5. Tickets can be purchased at Hotel Ottumwa & AHFA. For more information, call (641) 682-3449.
February 15
Southeast Iowa Symphony Winter Concert
Bridge View Center
The concert features the winner of the SEISO Young Artist Competition and music by Brahms & D'Indy. Admission is by single or season tickets. For more information, contact Southeast Iowa Symphony Orchestra at (319) 385-6352, or go to www.seiso.us.
February 15
Sunday Cabaret
Indian Hills Diner
Enjoy appetizers while being entertained by Indian Hills performers. Admission is $10 per person. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
February 23
OHS Comedy Team Performance
Ottumwa High School Auditorium
This event begins at 7:30 pm with free admission. For more information, call (641) 683-4444, or go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
February 24
Reminisce Society: Abandoned Iowa
Ottumwa Public Library
For those who enjoy history, both local and state, Abandoned Iowa presents a program which speaks to their specialty. The event begins at 10 am with refreshments served. Admission is free. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
February 24
OHS Vocal Concert
Ottumwa High School Auditorium
This event begins at 7 pm with free admission. For more information, call (641) 683-4444, or go to www.OttumwaSchools.com.
February 26
Non-Fiction Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
A book club focusing discussion of non-fiction works meeting monthly at 5:30 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
February 27
Indian Hills JazzFest Concert
St. John Auditorium
This event begins at 7:30 pm with free admission. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
February 28
High School Jazz Band Competition
St. John Auditorium
The competition takes place 9 am to 5 pm with free admission. For more information, contact Indian Hills Community College at (641) 683-5144, or go to www.IndianHills.edu.
February 28
Todd Oliver & Friends
Bridge View Center
Show begins at 7:30 pm. Nationally known Todd Oliver is travelling all over the country with his amazing talking dogs and hilarious comedy. Reserved tickets are $35 each. Pick & Mix tickets available 7/1. Individual tickets available 8/1. Senior & Student rates available. For more information, contact Bridge View Center at (641) 684-7000, or go to www.BridgeViewCenter.com.
March 11
Readers Ink Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
The library's monthly book club reads a variety of works both fiction and non-fiction and meets at 5 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
March 15
Cornet Chop Suey Jazz Band Concert
St. John Auditorium
Cornet Chop Suey Jazz Band, named for a Louis Armstrong composition, hails from the St. Louis area bringing its own exciting style on traditional jazz, swing, blues, and the "big production" numbers. The Ottumwa Civic Music Association presents the concert at 7:30 pm. Admission is by season pass or by single event ticket, both available at the door. For more information, contact Judy Engle at (641) 777-5903, or via e-mail at engleja@mchsi.com.
March 24
Reminisce Society: Trains Across Iowa
Ottumwa Public Library
For those who enjoy history, both local and state, Rudy Daniels presents "Trains Across Iowa" at 10 am with refreshments served. Admission is free. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
March 26
Non-Fiction Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
A book club focusing discussion of non-fiction works meeting monthly at 5:30 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to ottumwapubliclibrary.org.
April 8
Readers Ink Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
The library's monthly book club reads a variety of works both fiction and non-fiction and meets at 5 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
April 17
Braodways Next H!t Musical
Bridge View Center
Show begins at 7:30 pm. NYC's original award winning improvised musical comedy you're bound to love. Reserved tickets are $35 each. Pick & Mix tickets available 7/1. Individual tickets available 8/1. Senior & Student rates available. For more information, contact Bridge View Center at (641) 684-7000, or go to www.BridgeViewCenter.com.
April 23
Non-Fiction Book Club
Ottumwa Public Library
A book club focusing discussion of non-fiction works meeting monthly at 5:30 pm. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
April 28
Reminisce Society: Prohibition in Eastern Iowa
Ottumwa Public Library
For those who enjoy history, both local and state, author Linda McCann presents "Prohibition in Eastern Iowa" at 10 am with refreshments served. Admission is free. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
May 4
The Limeliters in Concert
Bridge View Center
The Limeliters have been entertaining crowds with their incredible musical talent and zany sense of humor since the early 1960s, when they made their mark in folk clubs and college campuses. Since the original three Limeliters, nine performers have carried on this name. Their signature vocal sound, harmonies and humor will make for an enjoyable evening. The Ottumwa Civic Music Association presents this concert at 7:30 pm. Admission is by season pass or by single event ticket, both available at the door. For more information, contact Judy Engle at (641) 777-5903, or via e-mail at engleja@mchsi.com.
May 26
Reminisce Society: Frank Lloyd Wright or Was He Wrong?
Ottumwa Public Library
For those who enjoy history, both local and state, Humanities Iowa speaker Roy Behrens presents"Frank Lloyd Wright Or was he Wrong?". It starts at 10 am. Refreshments are served. Free admission. For more information, contact Sonja Ferrell at (641) 682-7563 x202, or via e-mail at sferrell@ottumwapubliclibrary.org, or go to OttumwaPublicLibrary.org.
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