There are a lot of things going on in North Iowa this month. If you are a resident or planning to visit in the next few days then make sure to mark your calendar.
Linda Sorensen is this month’s featured artist and you will have the chance to meet her during the Art on the Plaza which is happening on April 13. The event will be at 11 S. Federal Avenue. The public is welcome to have some light refreshments starting at 3 in the afternoon until 6. During that time, they can have the chance to meet the artist.
For those who want to learn how to make their own photo canvas, there is a night class to be hosted by Art on the Plaza called Create a DIY photo canvas. Participants are welcome to join on April 18 and 19. The class will start at 6:30 until 8:30 in the evening. There is a fee of $50 which will cover all the supplies needed.
A presentation will be given by Dave and Amy Freeman, explorers, during their return to the Mason City. The presentation is entitled A Year in the Wilderness which will start at 7 in the evening on April 18. The location will be at the campus of North Iowa Area Community College’s Muse Norris Center. Lime Creek Nature Center sponsored the event and is free for all the members while non-members can join for a $5 fee. Meet and greet will be happening at 6 in the evening.
If you are a fan of the famous musical Beauty & the Beast, you will have a chance to see it live at the Stebens Children’s Theatre located at 616 N Delaware Avenue, Mason City this coming April 20. Tickets for adults will cost $13 while 18 and below will have to pay only $10.
The Mason City Community Theatre will also have an opening of The Big Five-Oh on April 20. Tickets for adults will be $15 and $10 for students.
There are a lot of things to expect if you visit North Iowa and you will be able to learn how to make your own small canvas print after.