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Fall Fungus Foraging

Are you a mushroom enthusiast? Fall is the best time of year to find wild edible mushrooms and other interesting fungi. Hike on and off the trails at McFarland Park (56461 180th Street, Ames) and sear...

Monarch Migration Madness

Fall is the time of one of the world’s greatest animal migrations. Meet at McFarland Park (56461 180th Street, Ames) on Sunday, September 10, 1:30 p.m. – 2:30 p.m. to witness an animal that weighs...

Wild Women of the Woods: Spots Still Available!

Wild Women of the Woods is designed to give women the opportunity to explore the outdoors, learn or improve skills, and network with women with similar interests. Participants will choose from many di...

NEW Fall Exhibitions Open August 21 at the Brunnier Art Museum, Iowa State University

The Fall 2017 exhibitions begin for University Museums, including an opening reception for Faces of Iowa State, hosted by the Iowa State Deans in support of Faces of Iowa State, with the Vice Preside...

Ballet Des Moines comes to Stephens Auditorium!

Friday, February 16 at 7:30 p.m., Ballet Des Moines will bring a new production of Triple Bill to audiences at Stephens Auditorium. Triple Bill by Ballet Des Moines features three short ballets by thr...

Story County Conservation River Romp

Discover your river! Meet at Peterson Park Water Trail Access #234 (17952 Templeton Road, Ames) for a River Romp on Saturday, August 19, 3:00 – 4:30 p.m. Search sandbars for fossils, artifacts, and ...

Senior Variety Show receives Ames Convention & Visitors Bureau CYtes Community Grant

The Senior Variety Show is a senior-driven opportunity for entertainment and involvement that encourages, connects, and acclaims Ames as a place where successful aging takes place! This year’s show...

University Museums Facilities Closed for Exhibition Installations

All University Museums facilities are closed for exhibit installation. This includes the Brunnier Art Museum, Christian Petersen Art Museum and Farm House Museum. Regular public hours resume on August...