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  1. Muscatine Art Center Exhibit: Gerberich’s Gadgetry: Re-Tooled

    September 11, 2018, 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM @ Muscatine Art Center

    Steve Gerberich returns to Muscatine with a new exhibition of Gadgetry – a.k.a. “Art that Moves.” Explore Gerberich’s world of entertaining contraptions in Gerberich’s Gadgetry: Re-Tooled. The exhibition captures the imagination with sculptures such as “Glam-O-Matic,” the “Cranky Goose,” and “Stuart Little Tours New York City.”

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  2. Vision to Vitality

    September 11, 2018, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM @ Merrill Hotel and Conference Center

    Iowa Business Council (IBC) members, Kent Corporation and HNI Corporation, are hosting the IBC’s second Vision to Vitality Forum in Muscatine. HNI’s Chairman of the Board, Stan Askren, will lead this community conversation. The event will kick-off with the presentation of Iowa’s Competitive Dashboard, which identifies how Iowa is competing nationally. Following this presentation, a panel discussion will highlight current workforce development efforts, like Align Impact Muscatine, and discuss the challenges to growth that the greater Muscatine area still needs to address as a community. The event will conclude with an open discussion period where the IBC will gather feedback from the attendees on their challenges and best practices related to workforce and economic growth. This event is open to all, and as a community conversation it will be important to have representation from small, medium, and large businesses, non-profits, and both K-12 and secondary education.

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