Now thru August 13th, 2018. What is a Makerspace? It is a work space for making learning, exploring and sharing tools and equipment. It is open to adults, kids, entrepreneurs and inventors. Equipment available can provide you the opportunity to try tools such as 3D printer, embroidery machine, laser cutter, vinyl heat press and more. The Equipment is free you just need to purchase the supplies.
South Sioux City Public Library (402) 494-7545
Nebraska Extension in Dakota County (402) 987-2140
August 14th at the Haskell Ag Lab, 57905 866 Road, Concord, Ne 68728 – 402-584-2261
Backyard Farmer -Live Q&A
Adult Education Registration-ESL Classes, GED classes and ABEL
At Northeast Community College Extended Campus, room 135
August 20th-24th-9:00-12:00, 1:00-3:00,- 5:00-8:00
8/10/18-2-7 pm – First Lutheran Church, 3601 Dakota Ave., SSC
You can pre-register online at: http://www.FLCSSC.ORG
8/10-8/12 on the 10th-10 am to 8 pm, on the 11th-9am to 4 pm, on the 12th-11 am to 4 pm
First Lutheran Church, 3601 Dakota Ave., SSC
Mark your calendars for the 2018-19 Campaign Kickoff on Wednesday, August 15th from 7:30 a.m. to 8:15 a.m. at Long Lines Rec Center – 401 Gordon Drive
August 17th-10am – 1:30
At MLK, Jr. Ground Transportation Center, 505 Nebraska Street
Will include a tour of Sioux City Transit and Siouxland Regional transit buses. Private providers will be invited.
This is an ongoing conversation- talking about how nonprofits can share everything from ideas, office space, or staff. If you would like more information email Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Crayons, Pencils/Pens, Rulers, Glue, Notebooks, Markers, Backpacks, Water Colors, Scissors, Calculators, Folders, etc. Call Iowa School of Beauty for more information- when you donate you get 25% off a product or $2.00 a service.
This convenient hybrid course format allows you to meet face-to face once a week on Monday evenings from 5:30-8:30 p.m., while the rest of the coursework is completed online-the best of both worlds.
Classes begin August 20th –402-241-6400
A community meeting to work towards solving the childcare crisis in Siouxland.
Child care is a family issue, a workforce issue, and a community issue!
It is very important that you call (712) 255-3551 to register for this meeting as they do need a head count.
Open to all students in grades 6-12 -Parents welcome to attend. It covers: Prevention, Sexual health, Emotional health, Human Trafficking, Cyber Safety, Health, Drugs and Alcohol, Self Defense
Limit 100 tires per vehicle
For more information call PMRNRD (402) 374-1920 ext. ext. 3
Sunday, August 26, 2018 from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Miracle League Field of Sioux City! This event will bring together some of our community partners and organizations. Proceeds will benefit Siouxland CARES’ positive youth development programs.
Friday, August 31st-8:45-12:00
3500 W. 4th Street Sioux City, IA
Registration deadline: Wednesday, August 29th
This training will help participants better understand the time frames of intervention (pre-intervention, intervention day, and post-intervention) with the focus of long-term recovery.
Fun in the sun and art in the park – a perfect combination. Traditionally held on Labor Day weekend this festival includes artists, entertainment, popular adult and children’s hands-on activities, a wide variety of food, and so much more.
Classes are offered in August, Sept., Oct., Nov., and Dec. from 5:45-6:30, $30.00 a class /call 402-241-6400
The SSC Chamber of Commerce and CVB would like to spot light different groups from our DCC Collaboration in their Newsletter. If you would send 2-4 Facts associated with your group and your link to Jgieselman@siouxlandship.org. I will get it to them and they can put the link on the bottom of the facts.
South Sioux City is in great need of Foster Homes. Presently we have 45 children and only 5 beds.
For more information click here Building Blocks.
Tuesday, Aug. 14th, 2018, 9 am- 3:30 pm –Venders, children Activities, Beef Lab, Free lunch, Shooting Sports, Drone Demo, Speaker Al Dutcher and Tours
Over 1,700 people in our community are considered food insecure; about 500 of those are children.
You can help feed a family and a community simply by growing an extra row of produce and donating to families in need.
“Grow an Extra Row”
Locate a produce collection site at www.Dakota.unl.edu
or call Nebraska Extension at 402-987-2140
Drop off your produce.
Unity in Action is looking for volunteers to help with their “Get out to Vote Campaign” for the 2018 elections.
“Inspired to Improve” 1st Annual Conference Featuring: Brian Mendler
September 8th, 2018 8 am-4 pm-Registration Deadline August 31st.
Northeast Community College
Lifelong Learning Center
701 E Benjamin Ave
Norfolk, Ne 68701
Watch our website for conference details www.buildingblocksforkids.org.
Oct. 13th, 2018 (Marina Inn) Delta Marriott on the River, Conference Center
Flyers will come from Carol Larvick, at the Dakota County UNL Extension Office and Erika Fink, ESU #1 ELC
Where Communities bring together immigrants, refugees, and native-born residents to raise awareness of the benefits of welcoming EVERYONE. September 14th– 23rd, www.welcomingamerica.org
1st and 3rd Thursdays, 2-4pm, First Lutheran 3601 Dakota Ave, SSC ID is required
Tue-Fri, 9am – 11:30 am
No ID Required-can receive food once a month
Give First Lutheran Church a call! It is a free will offering, with many rooms available.
Check out our website Calendar and see all the Activities Going on. www.FLCSSC.ORG
Our next Dakota County Connections meeting will be Sept. 13th 9:00 am at the Cardinal conference Center!
See you there!!
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