So you think summer is about to end? You can’t tell by looking at what’s going on in Clear Lake this weekend! For more information of events & activities for the balance of August, visit www.clearlakeiowa.org.
Ale to the Arts – August 16, 2013, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM. http://www.clartscenter.com. BBQ*BEER*MUSIC – Supporting the Clear Lake Arts Center ; Outdoor Beer Garden, Local Ale from Lake Time Brewery, Wine/Beer Cash Bar, Live music with Spenser Rahm, Gift Shop Specials, BBQ Plate served from 6-8 pm.. Clear Lake Arts Center, 17 S. 4th Street. 357-1998. $8 – Tickets available at CLAC
Jaycees Boat/Bike/Bus Poker Run – August 17, 2013. Sponsored by the Clear Lake Jaycees, this action-packed, fun-filled day is a poker run with a twist – do it with whatever transportation you wish. With locations all across town and around the lake, you can easily complete the task by boat, bicycle, motorcycle, car/truck/bus, or even walking. To complete the run, you must register between 10-11am at The Landing for $20, make it to at least five of the predetermined destinations and return to the Landing by 3pm to be dealt your poker hand. The best 5 card hand wins! Bonuses cards will be dealt for making it to all the stops. Also included in the fun, is a scavenger hunt – fun for all ages! Cash prizes to be awarded for the top three poker hands and various prizes associated with the scavenger hunt. See www.facebook.com/ClearLakeJaycees for more information. Come out, have fun, and support a great cause – a portion of the proceeds will go to the North Iowa Autism Center.
Two Free Workshops for Families of Children Receiving Special Education Services- August 17, 2013, 10:00 AM – 3:30 PM; 10:0am-12:00pm The Six Principals of IDEA 12:00-1:00pm Lunch; 1:00-3:30pm IEP on IEPs. The Six Principals of IDEA (Individuals with Disability Education Act) workshop is designed as an introduction of the underlying principals of the law. Participants will increase their understanding of: The basic concepts of IDEA; The rights of parents and students in the IEP process; How to effectively advocate for your child; Options available when you disagree with your IEP team
The second workshop, IEP (Information Especially for Parents) on IEPs (Individual Education Plan) increases the understanding of participants between the IDEA principles and the actual process of writing your child’s IEP document. We recommend attendees have basic knowledge of, or have attended, the Six Principals of IDEA. Participants will increase their understanding of: How the IEP team members interact with each other; How a team makes decision; How to advocate and reach agreement about your child’s program; Lunch & child care provided. Anyone is welcome but registration is required. Please RSVP to email@example.com or by phone to 641-355-1231. Training is provided by ASK Resource Center- 5665 Greendale Road, Ste D, Johnston, IA 50131. 515-243-1713. Opportunity Village Kinney Lindstrom Center, 1200 N 9th St W, Clear Lake, IA 50428
Pioneer Kids Day – August 18, 2013, 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM. Roast hot dogs and s’mores over an open fire, play old-fashioned competitive games like sack races and win prizes! Take in a magic show and visit the craft persons demonstrating their skills. Kinney Pioneer Museum. Museum admission is $3 adults, $1 children 12 and under.
Come to Clear Lake to end your perfect summer!!! Mark your calendar for the Clear Lake Area Chamber’s End of the Summer Beach Party, August 31 in Clear Lake!! For more information on on this and other Clear Lake happenings, visit our website, www.clearlakeiowa.com, and check out the events calendar.