Come and celebrate the Christmas season with the New Horizons Band as they present their 15th anniversary Christmas Concert at Music Man Square. The concert starts at 4:00pm and is free and open to the public. This is a very special concert as the New Horizons Band will give the premiere performance of “Birchland Suite”,
Join the Mason City Earth Day Committee as they turn trash into treasure, re-purposing cabinet doors into chalkboards, Christmas signs & décor! This fun workshop is a great way to meet new people, get creative and upcycle a cabinet door craft to take home. All materials will be provided. There is no cost to attend,
Come join Stampede’s Bar & Grill for their 1st Annual Ugly Sweater Party! Drinks, $1 Jello shots, and prizes for the ugliest sweaters!
From 11am-1pm bring your camera and get a FREE photo with Santa.
Craft in Home Business Show, from 10am-3pm. Holiday shopping and door prizes.
Daniel J. Waters author of “Surf City Confidential” and soon to be released “Threshold” will meet and greet the public at 6pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Teens and tweens, do you have a favorite YouTube channel or video? Share is with us at our YouTube party in the Teen Zone at the Mason City Public Library.
From 1pm-3:30pm children of all ages can participate in a Creative Kids Free Art Activity in the CL-Tel Studio. And, from 1:30pm-4:00pm, there will be a Santa’s Festival with performances by the Dickens Characters, magicians, jugglers and sing-longs in the Sukup Performing Arts Wing.
Tommy Murray author of “Father, Sons & the Holy Ghosts of Baseball” will meet and greet the public at 12:30pm. This event is free and open to the public.
Get your 2018 doll ready to celebrate the holidays by making her own stocking and other festive items in this class.
Celebrate Art on the Plaza’s 3-year anniversary! 10am-4pm.
Continuous line start at 9am, scorecards turned in by 3pm. For all paper shots, please reserve a line time by contacting Bob at 641-423-5273
Continuous line start at 9am, scorecards turned in by 3pm. For all paper shots, please reserve a line time by contacting Bob at 641-423-5273.
Lines start at 1pm Sunday. For all paper shots, please reserve a line time by contacting Bob at 641-423-5273.
Lines start at 10am – for all paper shots, please reserve a line time by contacting Bob at 641-423-5273.
Continuous line starts at 9am, scorecards turned in by 3pm.
Wolf Dogs Comedy presents Jake Peterson & Justin Paulson. Tickets can be purchased at the Music Man Square.
The NIACC Women’s Basketball team plays Kirkwood Community College at 1:00pm
If you have ever considered earning your Amateur Radio License, this one-day class is the ideal place to start! For more information, please visit: https://ke0pou.com/one-day-class-flyer/
This holiday ride is kid-friendly, free and open to ALL. Please wear a helmet, front and rear lights and winter-wear for this 1-hour night bike night ride. Chili & hot coco available afterwards. The ride is free, with request of bringing a nonperishable food item to be donated to Hawkeye Harvest Food Bank. The ride
The Mason City Kennel Club show will be held from 8:30am-4:00pm both days. For more information, contact Trudy Muhlstein at 641-423 2848.
Join the Clear Lake Arts Center for a Christmas Celebration at 6:30pm. Enjoy a delightful evening of relaxed creativity as you are led step-by-step in painting the whimsical, windswept tree. Choose your own color scheme, holiday phrase, and glitter. 16 x 20 canvas. Includes snacks and soft drinks; beer and wine available for purchase.
KCMR’s 30th Annual Holiday Spectacular will bring together top Iowa singers performing classic Christmas songs with a distinct “River City” theme. Show will feature music by Samantha Pang, “It’s Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas”, followed by the New Horizons Band, River City Chorus, Ouverson Family Singers, Conveant Quartet, Nordkor Children’s Choir and North
Using ink on water we will create beautiful marbled patterns on paper just like the ancient Japanese did. We will use the marbled paper to make beautiful journals and keepsakes. This process is fun and amazing.
FREE.FREE.FREE. Kid’s Club is a cool way to explore the visual arts and treasures of the MacNider Art Museum. Designed for children between ages 5-12. It’s hands-on, fun and absolutely FREE.