Windows on Waterloo
Windows on Waterloo is a monthly webinar series designed to highlight organizations in our community and the incredible work they do.
Main Street Waterloo
Dec. 7. at 11 a.m.
Main Street Waterloo Executive Director, Jessica Rucker, will present the work Main Street Waterloo does to create a vibrant downtown and update us on events happening throughout the holiday season.
Billie Bailey will present exhibits and programs available through the Grout Museum. She will also provide an update on their upcoming renovation and why it is so important for the future of the museum district.
Waterloo Community Schools
Feb. 1 at 11 a.m.
New Waterloo Community School District Superintendent, Jared Smith, will join us to provide insights and updates on how his first year in the district is going.
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Black Hawk County Veterans Affairs
Veterans Affairs offers support and resources for local veterans. Veterans Affairs Executive Director, Yolando Loveless, will present about the services provided.
Waterloo Warming Center/Hospitality House
Joni Hansen will join us to talk about the needs of Waterloo’s residents experiencing homelessness and what these organizations are doing to provide services.
MET Transit General Manager David Sturch will offer information on the changing bus routes in the Cedar Valley and what to expect from MET Transit in the future.
Lost Island Theme Park
Eric Bertch joined us to talk about the new Lost Island Theme Park that opened this summer.
Transforming Gates and Byrnes Park
Paul Huting, Mark Kuiper, and Felicia Smith-Nalls discussed the updates at Gates and Byrnes Parks.
Windows on Waterloo
Wednesday, Dec 7, 11:00 a.m.
Main Street Waterloo Executive Director, Jessica Rucker, will update us on events happening throughout the holiday season.
(Online Webinar, Zoom)