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DISCOVER! MAGAZINE

NOVEMBER 14, 2020

Farmers Market in the Park hosts second seasonal event

— SEE PAGE 5

Nature Center hosts Family Fun Night Nov. 20

— SEE PAGE 4

Christmas

IN A POT

Festive

FUN

Holiday events ready to

roll in Spencer

— SEE PAGE 7

Del’s Garden Center offers

spruce tips classes

— SEE PAGE 6

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Contents | 3

4

Nature:

5

Community:

6

Arts:

7

Event:

4

Dickinson County Nature

Center hosts family night.

Holiday Farmers

Market in the Park on Nov. 21.

Del’s Garden Center offers

spruce tips arrangement classes.

Holiday events ready to

roll in Spencer.

Screen

new to watch at home

IN THIS ISSUE

6

Del’s Garden Center will be hosting a number of their popular spruce tips

arrangement classes during the month of November.

This week we will continue to show you the movies that are available for streaming as well as

for rent at your local video store or Redbox.

Bill & Ted Face

the Music

Words on

Bathroom

Walls

The Informer

Terra Willy:

Unexplored

Plan

PG-13

91 min.

★★★★★

PG-13

111 min

★★★★★

R

113 min.

★★★★★

PG

89 min.

★★★★★

Bill Preston and Ted Logan are now middle-aged

dads. When the Great Leader visits them to ask

about the song they were supposed to compose

to save all of humanity, the two are at a loss.

Diagnosed with a mental illness during his senior

year of high school, a witty, introspective teen

struggles to keep it a secret while falling in love

with a brilliant classmate.

Pete Koslow is a former special operations soldier

working as an informant for the FBI to help

dismantle the Polish mafia’s drug trade in New

York.

Following the destruction of their ship, William is

separated from his parents with whom he traveled

in space. His spare capsule lands on a wild

and unexplored planet.

Side Trip:

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MYRNA

WAGNER

house in our neighborhood has it

figured out when transitioning their

seasonal decor. A large planter by the

front door is an eclectic mix of fresh greens,

dried organics, birch twigs and pumpkins.

The key? Skip the

bright orange pumpkins

and opt for the

lighter, whitewashed

varieties.

There’s just something

about that

bright orange that

makes me think Halloween,

not Thanksgiving.

The colors in

nature are evermore

muted as the days of

November tick by and

branches become barren,

losing their battle against strong winds,

no matter the direction they come from.

Muted colors make sense.

Blending of holidays has become more

common, as evidenced by a home my

husband insisted we drive by on the eve

of Halloween. The front lawn sported an

inflatable ghost and several illuminated

Jack-o’-lanterns, along with strings of orange

and purple lights. Inside we could see

a beautifully lit Christmas tree tucked in the

corner beside the picture window.

Folks in our neighborhood probably

thought we were blending our holidays

when we spent the better part of a very

windy Saturday earlier this month attaching

lights to our roof and gutters. Not quite the

case, as we got them up, but not on.

Our official start to the holidays is my

husband’s birthday — Nov. 22. We may not

have our tree up before Thanksgiving, but

his collection of Dickens Village houses will

be on display. And believe me, the houses

are a much bigger challenge to put up than

any Christmas tree.

Wish us luck.

DISCOVER! is your guide to all the special

events and activities in the greater northwest

Iowa, southwest Minnesota, southeast South

Dakota and northeast Nebraska areas. It is

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Copyright, 2020. Nothing may be reprinted, photocopied

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Freaky

R | 103 min. | ★★★★

A mystical, ancient dagger causes a notorious serial killer to magically

switch bodies with a 17-year-old girl.

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Nature

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At a Glance:

WHAT: Family Nature Night

WHERE: Dickinson County Nature

Center, 22785 Nature Center

Road, Okoboji, IA

WHEN: 5 p.m. and 7 p.m. Friday,

Nov. 20

COST: Free

CONTACT: 712-336-6352

ONLINE: dickinsoncountyconservationboard.com

KATE HARLOW | STAFF WRITER

Storybook walk

Follow your adventure.

The idea for a storybook walk was

The Dickinson County Nature

Center is offering families ago.

something they had a few months

a chance to choose their own adventure

at their upcoming Family Nature during our modified Bee and But-

“We actually came up with the idea

Night on Friday, Nov. 20.

terfly festival this year. We had a story

They will be staging a You Choose book walk at that event as well where

Storybook Walk at both 5 and 7 p.m. participants went along the trail and

for families.

eventually had to turn right to follow

the story,” said naturalist Ashley

They are limiting it to six

families per time slot, so Hansen. “A few families asked us

families have to register for which direction they needed to turn

the event ahead of time to and we thought, ‘How fun would

reserve a spot.

that be if they could pick a direction

The program will take and the story would change based

place outside at the Dickinson

County Nature Center. how the idea for a you pick story-

on which way they went?!’ And that’s

It will be a self-guided tour book walk was born!”

through Kenue Park so as The story they will be following is

to promote social distancing

guidelines.

“The story is about you and

“Owl Tree” by R.A. Montgomery.

your

We love this time of year! Our staff is excited to host the

MAKE & TAKE

SPRUCE TIPS EVENTS

We will have classes every weekend in November!

FRIDAYS 1 AND 3 PM • SATURDAYS 9AM, 1 AND 3 PM

SUNDAYS 1 PM

Nature Center hosts

Family Fun Night Nov. 20

friend who discover a magical owl

tree. You can ask the owls questions

about the future or try to follow

them to a magical kingdom, it’s up

to you,” Hansen said. “There are

eight possible endings depending

on the choices you make throughout

the story.”

After people finish one story they

are encouraged to go back and try a

different ending. It’s all about bringing

families together to enjoy time

outdoors.

“Our hopes for this Family Nature

Night is that families enjoy a night

outside, walking the trails at the

nature center and have fun choosing

their own adventure on the

storybook walk,” Hansen said. “It’s

also great to incorporate literacy

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especially enjoy this Family Nature

Night.”

Even though the weather has

turned cold, making sure we are outdoors

and getting exercise is important

to every member of the family.

“There are many benefits to spending

time outside, especially with our

families. Experiencing something

new together helps create closer

bonds and nurture relationships

within families,” Hansen said.

“Being outside in fresh air helps us

relax and relieve stress, which can be

especially important right now given

all that is going on in the world. Additionally,

this Family Nature Night

will also provide a different outlet for

exercising as a family.” F

Okoboji | Iowa

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Community | 5

RYLAN HOWE | STAFF WRITER

Holiday magic, holiday market

Farmers Market in the Park hosts seasonal event

The temperature may have

changed but the shopping opportunities

remain the same,

almost.

Farmers Market in the Park is hosting

a Holiday Market for the second

year and this time will be sticking

to their typical Lake Street location

rather than moving things indoors.

Of course, like has been the case

for many events this year, that decision

was made in light of the ongoing

coronavirus pandemic.

So far more than 30 vendors have

signed up for the Holiday Market,

which will be held from 11 a.m.-3

p.m. in Arnolds Park.

“It may be a little cold, but I said if

we planned to do it outside it would

be 40 degrees and sunny,” said Krissy

Thiessen, founder of Farmers Market

in the Park. “And, you know, when

I looked at the forecast recently it’s

supposed to be 45 and sunny so far!”

Visitors will recognize many of

the same vendors from the summer

season, though some may be selling

something different things this time

around.

“We have everyone from someone

selling Christmas trees, to spices,

holiday cookies and pies, artwork. It’s

going to be a cool, fun, unique way

to find Christmas gifts or fun hostess

gifts for Thanksgiving,” Thiessen said.

In visiting the Holiday Market,

guests won’t only be finding fun gifts

and enjoying some Christmas cheer,

they’ll also be giving back.

Admission to the market will include

participation in a canned food

drive benefiting the Dickinson County

Hunger Coalition. Visitors are asked to

bring canned goods or donate monetarily

at the welcome tent.

“This has been a devastating year

for folks and unfortunately there are

people right in our backyard going

hungry right now, so we are doing

what we can to help curb that as

much as we can,” Thiessen said.

Santa Claus himself is also slated to

find his way to the market to spread

holiday cheer.

In keeping with the holiday theme

there will also be a live nativity scene.

Food trucks, like Girl’d Cheese and

Black Earth Java, among others, are

also scheduled to find their way to

the holiday market.

Arnolds Park Amusement Park will

also have it’s bar and waffle stand

open, while several Queen’s Court

shops will open their doors as well.

Decoy will also be on hand providing

live music.

“We’re trying to bring as much joy

and happiness as we can right now. I

think everyone needs that,” Thiessen

said. “Something to bring people together

a little bit and in a way where

people are comfortable.” F

Arnolds Park | Iowa

At a Glance:

WHAT: Farmers Market in the

Park — Holiday Market

WHERE: 37 Lake St., Arnolds

Park, IA

WHEN: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Saturday,

Nov. 21

COST: Donations, monetary or

canned goods

CONTACT: 319-321-2714 or 712-

330-2748

ONLINE: www.farmersmarketinthepark.com

and find them on

Facebook

COVID-19:

Due to Gov. Kim Reynolds’s public

health proclamation tightening

restrictions on various gathering,

the details of the Holiday Market

event are subject to change. No

decisions had been made before

press deadline, so be sure to

check in with the Farmers Market

in the Park website and Facebook

page for further updates.

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Arts

This Weekend!

DON’T

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KATE HARLOW | STAFF WRITER

Christmas

Del’s Garden

Center offers

spruce tips classes

in a pot

Once

you have those skills and learn how fun and

easy it can be to do — watch out. You’ll have another

hobby addiction.

Todd Brockshus

The ground may be covered with

snow, but Del’s Garden Center

is bustling.

They are bustling with holiday

cheer.

For the past 15 years or so, when

the holidays are right around the

corner, Del’s Garden Center offers

people a chance to create some

special outdoor decorations and a

chance to unleash their creativity.

They are offering Make-and-Take

Spruce Tip arrangement classes on

evenings and weekends. The classes

are offered in private settings for

groups and other classes are open

to the public. They are free to attend

and people just pay for the materials

that they use in their arrangement.

“We show people how to decorate

their flower pots for the holidays

and the winter season. Some people

think that they lack floral skills,

but then they do this and we help

give them confidence,” said Todd

Brockshus, co-owner of Del’s Garden

Center.

These classes are extremely popular

and fill up fast. Due to the continuing

coronavirus pandemic, they

At a Glance:

WHAT: Make-and-Take Spruce

Tip classes

WHERE: Del’s Garden Center,

1808 11th St SE #6069, Spencer,

IA

WHEN: Weekends and evenings

through the month of November

COST: Class is free, just pay for

the materials you use

CONTACT: 712-262-4912

ONLINE: Find them on Facebook

are limiting class sizes to only 20

and are practicing social distancing

in their studio where they teach the

classes. People can either sign up for

a class by giving them a call or online

on Del’s Garden Center’s Facebook

page.

“We were just talking about how

many spruce tips we would need. We

started with 10,000 spruce tips and

already sold around 3,000-3,500. We

are trying to gauge to make sure we

have enough,” Todd said.

The classes

start with

a demonstration

by the

experts so

that people

have some

ideas of the

basic rules to

follow such

as trying to

do things in

odd numbers

and making

sure their

pots feature

thrillers, fillers and spillers.

In addition to the spruce tips, Del’s

Garden Center also sells a number

of items that people can use to individualize

their spruce tip containers.

They have options that cover a wide

range from other plants, pine cones,

Christmas ornaments and balls to

ribbons and so much more.

“Bows are always very popular and

this year, buffalo plaid and white

buffalo plaid bows seems to be even

more popular so we have plenty of

those,” Todd said.

People are encouraged to either

bring their own containers to fill

or simply measure their container

Del’s Garden Center will be offering Make-and-Take Spruce Tip

classes at their business in Spencer through the month of November.

PHOTO BY RYLAN HOWE

and simply do their arrangement in

an inexpensive plastic pot that will

drop-in to their ceramic or large pots.

This helps keeps ceramic pots from

cracking.

“People are really making these

pots to use outside for the whole

winter and some ceramic pots have

really thin walls and might break,”

Todd said. “So we recommend doing

the little pots that drop inside.”

But if you get stuck, don’t worry.

Del’s has you covered.

“If you are looking at your pot and

it’s missing something then one of

our experts can help you out. We can

help you think outside the box and

find what’s missing,” Todd said.

But Todd does have a warning —

the creative fun can be addictive.

“Once you have those skills and

learn how fun and easy it can be to

do — watch out. You’ll have another

hobby addiction,” Todd said. F

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Event | 7

RYLAN HOWE | STAFF WRITER

Fun

Festive

Holiday events ready to

roll in Spencer

Christmas trees, Christmas tea

and a Christmas gala.

Those are just a few of the

things on the schedule for the Festival

of Trees starting Nov. 17 in Spencer.

The biennial event is a fundraiser

for Clay County Heritage and Arts

on Grand and will feature a series of

holiday events in late November and

early December.

The event’s namesake, the Festival

of Trees, will be held Nov. 17-Dec.

19 in the south gallery of the Clay

County Heritage Center.

“The gallery will be all decorated

and include 11 trees decorated by

local artists with different themes,”

said Stephani Horsley, director for

Clay County Heritage. “They will

all be available on a virtual silent

auction, which closes Friday, Dec. 4.

We encourage people to take a look

at the trees which will be beautiful

and people will love to have in their

home or business.”

Anyone interested in bidding

should look to the Clay County

Heritage website and Facebook page

for more information about to potentially

take home one of the threefoot-tall

trees.

Arts on Grand hosts the next event

on the schedule, Christmas Afternoon

Tea, on Saturday, Nov. 21 from

1-3 p.m.

It is one of three ticketed events on

the schedule that cost $20 each. Anyone

interested in attending all three

gets a discount to $50 total. Tickets

are available at Del’s Garden Center,

Clay County Heritage Center, The

Hen House and Arts on Grand.

There will be desserts and hors

d’oeuvres served with the tea.

Protocols will be in place in light

of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic,

including social distancing

and masks required at each event.

Guests can also opt for a to-go

package with an assortment of appetizers

and tea packed up to prepare at

home.

“It will be a little different than in

years past. We’re trying to encompass

all our supporters and people

that want to get out and do things,

whether that’s just driving over and

picking something up or attending

the event,” said Tara Brown, executive

director at Arts on Grand. “If

they have kids with them we’ll also

have a craft set up in the art studio.”

Arts on Grand will also be the first

place people will get a chance to see

a set of a dozen evergreen planters

available for purchase. Depending

on how quickly they’re sold, the

planters will find their way to the following

events on the schedule.

Next up will be the Christmas Evening

Gala on Friday, Dec. 4, starting

at 5 p.m. at the Heritage Center.

Set up much like the afternoon tea,

the gala will have a to-go option. It

is also the final night for bids in the

silent auction for the trees.

Saturday morning, Dec. 5, will see

Santa and Mrs. Claus visit the Parker

Museum.

Saturday afternoon will open the

Tour of Homes from 3-6 p.m. with

four locations across town.

In both cases there will be one dedicated

entrance and exit to encourage

easy, safe traffic flow.

“This year has been very different

for everybody with the pandemic,”

Horsley said. “We still wanted to provide

these events, and provide them

safely. If we have to make any other

modifications we will let people

know.”

No matter protocols are in place,

Horsley says it’s important to spread

some Christmas cheer.

“Christmas is about peace, love

and joy and we want to bring as

much of that to the community we

can,” Horsley said. F

At a Glance:

WHAT: Festival of Trees

WHERE: Clay County Heritage

Center

WHEN: Nov. 17-Dec. 19

COST: Online auction for trees,

$20 apiece for ticketed events or

$50 for all three

CONTACT: 712-262-3304 or 712-

262-4307

ONLINE: www.claycountyheritage.org

and www.artsongrand.

org

Schedule:

Nov. 17-Dec. 19 - Festival of

Trees

Nov. 21 - Christmas Afternoon

Tea (ticketed event)

Dec. 4 - Christmas Evening Gala

(ticketed event)

Dec. 5 - Morning with Santa

Dec. 5 - Tour of Homes (ticketed

event)

Christmas is about

peace, love and joy

and we want to bring

as much of that to the

community we can.

Stephani Horsley

Spencer | Iowa


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00 219th Ave, Spirit Lake, IA

$650,000. MLS#20-586

This 1/3 acre oak treed lot is a great chance

to build your next home at a discounted lot price.

Lake access through the association along with sports

court and park area. Covenants and restrictions in place

to protect your investment too. Great setting,

great price all in an established neighborhood.

(covenants and restrictions under ‘documents’ on flex).

00 257th Ave, Spirit Lake, IA

$78,000. MLS#20-161

Great for variety of home designs!

The Ponds at Hunter Hills II offers well planned lots.

This one is a strategic one as it spans the corner

entrance to cul-de-sac. Worth your time to check

this out. Hunter Hills is a well-planned and popular

development offering lovely setting plus placing

you in an easy access for Lakes amenities!

Chaplin Drive, Milford, IA

$29,800. MLS# 18-1723

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