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    Map & Compass Foundations

    6:30PM | Hitchcock Nature Center · Honey Creek
    27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek,
    Join presenter Laura Friesell for a unique program, and learn how to navigate in the great outdoors without Google Maps! Students will learn basic principles of map and compass navigation during Tuesday evening's classroom session. Topics will include how to read, interpret, and navigate a topographic map, how to identify parts of a compass, and how to use a compass in conjunction with a topographic map.

    Cost for this program is $15 per student and includes all program materials and admission to the park. Pre-registration is required by Friday, August 16 as space is limited.

    More Information
    Contact: Michelle Biodrowski
    (712) 545-3283 x5834
    michelle.biodrowski@pottcounty-ia.gov
    http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=715

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    August Hitch Hike

    7:00PM | Hitchcock Nature Center · Honey Creek
    27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek,
    Join us for the fourth hike in the 2019 Hitch Hike series.

    Meet up with the group at the Old Lincoln Highway Deck at the Hitchcock Nature Center Campground to begin this walk down the Hohneke Trail to Oak Avenue and the Bunker Hill Loop. Explore the northern section of the park and view a remnant of the original Old Lincoln Highway.

    This event is free with paid park admission or current Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation membership. Visit our website for details.

    More Information
    Contact: Michelle Biodrowski
    (712) 545-3283
    michelle.biodrowski@pottcounty-ia.gov
    http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=607

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    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

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    Map & Compass Field Session

    5:30PM | Hitchcock Nature Center · Honey Creek
    27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek,
    Join presenter Laura Friesell for a unique, hands-on program and get some experience navigating the great outdoors. This program is a field session designed to give students real-time, hands-on practice navigating terrain with a compass and topographical map. Students will get a brief lesson on use and then head outdoors to put their skills to use.

    Cost for this program is $15 per student and includes all program materials and admission to the park. Pre-registration is required by Friday, August 16 as space is limited.

    More Information
    Contact: Michelle Biodrowski
    (712) 545-3283 x5834
    michelle.biodrowski@pottcounty-ia.gov
    http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=716

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    Car, Truck, and Bike Show

    9:00AM to 4:30PM | Mid-America Center
    One Arena Way, Council Bluffs,
    Join us for this vehicle show! There will be 45 show classes and we'll be giving out 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place trophies! There will also be a raffle and silent auction.

    The event is free and open to the public. It will happen rain or shine in Lot C of the Mid-America Center.

    Schedule:
    Registration | 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
    Judging | 12-3 p.m.
    Awards | 3:30 p.m.

    All proceeds will be split between Susan G. Komen Pink Project and the Children's Hospital Foundation.

    More Information
    Contact: Jody
    (402) 659-8531
    https://www.facebook.com/events/918576841867915/

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    Fall Hunting Classic Kids Weekend

    12:00PM | Bass Pro Shops
    2901 Bass Pro Drive, Council Bluffs,
    The Fall Hunting Classic Kids Weekend will be open from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.

    Join us for an archery shooting challenge, photos and downloads, and craft!

    On Saturday only, there will be a Kids Archery Workshop at 2 p.m. in front of the aquarium, presented by an archery outfitter. The first 50 kids to attend will receive a free color-changing bottle for attending the seminar.

    The first 100 kids to complete all the activities each day will receive a free animal tin box.

    Trade-ins of game cameras and hunting boots (occurring August 17 to 25) will also be accepted at this event.

    More Information
    Contact: Rebecca Younkins
    (712) 325-6017
    REYounkins@basspro.com

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    Briefcase Open Golf Tournament—Sold Out

    11:00AM to 8:00PM | Bent Tree Golf Club
    23579 HWY 6, Council Bluffs,
    We invite you to join us for the Council Bluffs Area Chamber of Commerce’s 15th Annual Briefcase Open Golf Tournament. This tournament includes 36 teams of 4 amateurs. A ribeye steak dinner and awards ceremony follows the event. All participants receive event favors and the chance to win team prizes as well as individual prizes.

    The Briefcase Open is the premier event for the business community and an excellent opportunity for networking and a friendly game of golf. This tournament has sold out the past 14 years. Call the CB Chamber for registration information at the number below.


    More Information
    Contact: Kim Buthe
    (712) 325-1000
    kbuthe@councilbluffsiowa.com
    https://www.councilbluffsiowa.com/events/details/briefcase-open-golf-tournament-1567

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    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

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    Labor Day Festival

    Bass Pro Shops
    2901 Bass Pro Drive, Council Bluffs,
    Celebrate Labor Day weekend at Bass Pro Shops! Join us for activities like photo downloads, duck ponds, a fish ring toss game, a kid's craft (Labor Day sign), and more. There will also be face painting from 1 to 4 p.m. There will be giveaways at some activities.

    The first 100 children to complete in the photo download, ring toss challenge, and bean bag toss activities will receive an adventure tin box. Must complete all three to receive. There will also be seminars throughout the weekend and free food to try!

    Schedule:
    Kids activities | 12-5 p.m. (Saturday) and 12-4 p.m. (Sunday)
    Free samples of funnel cake and apple cobbler | 1-3 p.m.
    Free hot dogs | 1-4 p.m.
    Tailgate Cooking Seminar | 1 p.m.
    Camp Cooking Seminar | 2:30 p.m.

    Seminars will take place in the camping section on the second floor. A tin patriotic sign will be given to the first 25 people to each seminar. At the end of each seminar, we will draw to win a large cooler bag. Must be present to win.





    More Information
    Contact: Rebecca Younkins
    (712) 325-6017
    REYounkins@basspro.com

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    Hoo Doo 5K & 1Mi Run/Walk

    8:00AM | Neola Area Community Center · Neola
    113 4th St (corner of 4th & Pearl), Neola,
    Do the Hoo Doo Hustle!

    $15-5K (Hoo Doo Days coozie and drink ticket with registration)
    $10-1Mi Kids (Phoenix movie theater ticket with registration)
    Register by August 28 to guarantee your registration goodies!

    Hustle your way around town to the finish line and collect your medal. Then, head out to enjoy the family friendly events going on all day, or beeline to the beer garden to cash in your drink ticket and put your coozie to good use! The Phoenix movie pass can be used that evening or saved for a later date. Lots of fun for kids and adults alike!

    Registration forms are available on our Facebook group (click on the computer icon below) or at the Neola Area Community Center and Blue Cow.

    More Information
    Contact: Katie Ausdemore
    (402) 639-8980
    katie.ausdemore@gmail.com
    https://www.facebook.com/groups/1522516834644757?view=permalink&id=2448267505403014

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    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

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    Backpacking 101

    6:30 to 9:00PM | Hitchcock Nature Center · Honey Creek
    27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek,
    Join experienced educator Laura Friesell and Pottawattamie County Conservation for a four-part series of classes designed for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts with limited backpacking experience.

    This program will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on the following dates:
    Thursday, September 5 - Classroom session at Hitchcock Nature Center
    Thursday, September 12 - Gear demonstration at Backwoods, Omaha
    Thursday, September 19 - Classroom session at Hitchcock Nature Center

    Following the three instruction sessions, program participants will head into the field on Friday, September 27 for a guided overnight to test their skills. We will meet at Hitchcock Nature Center at 5:30 p.m. on Friday night and break camp on Saturday morning at approximately 11 a.m.

    This program is being presented as part of our adult education program, participants must be age 15 and older to participate. Cost is $65 per student and online pre-registration is required.

    More Information
    Contact: Michelle Biodrowski
    (712) 545-3283
    michelle.biodrowski@pottcounty-ia.gov
    http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=719

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    Family Camp Out

    2:00PM to | Hitchcock Nature Center · Honey Creek
    27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek,
    First time tent campers are invited to join us for a guided overnight camp out at Hitchcock Nature Center in our picturesque group tent campsite. This program is designed for families with children who have little to no experience with tent camping and are interested in learning more about this great family activity.

    Our naturalists will be on hand to guide you to our special group campsite and help you set up your camp as you discover the world of camping. After a peaceful night in the park, we will be up early for some breakfast and will break camp by 10 a.m. on September 8.

    Cost is $50 per family and includes all camping fees, admission to the park, a tent, dinner, and breakfast. Families are asked to pack appropriate clothing and bring their own bedding. Pre-registration is required for this event as space is limited.

    More Information
    Contact: Rene Stroud
    (712) 545-3283
    rene.stroud@pottcounty-ia.gov
    http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=718

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    Parent's Night Out

    8:00 to 11:30PM | The Hub Fly Zone
    7 South 4th Street, Council Bluffs,
    Parent's Night Out is a night out for all parents! Drop your kids off at The Hub and enjoy a night out! This Parent's Night Out is a carnival theme! We have an open jump area in our trampoline park, launch lanes, dodgeball, and basketball. In addition, we will have face painting, games, prizes, pizza, and pop!

    Members price is $10
    Nonmembers price is $15

    More Information
    Contact: Brooke Hubbard
    (712) 256-0701
    info@thehubcb.com

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    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

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    Queen's 5K Romp

    9:00AM | Carson, Iowa · Carson
    105 Broadway St., Carson,
    The Queen's 5K Romp is a run for women of all ages. It is a 5K race with medals, tiaras, and bling! Let's inspire, connect, and have fun. Let's run and do good, creating funds for southwest Iowa!

    Participants can run or walk! Strollers are welcome. Wear tiaras, tutus, and medals! There will be more fun at the finish line.

    More Information
    Contact: Candle Queen Candles Gift Boutique
    (913) 682-7724
    queens5kromp@gmail.com
    http://www.Queens5KRomp.com

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    September Hitch Hike

    6:00PM | Hitchcock Nature Center · Honey Creek
    27792 Ski Hill Loop, Honey Creek,
    Join us at Hitchcock Nature Center for the final Hitch Hike of the 2019 season.

    This hike is the most challenging hike of the series. Head out to the westernmost section of the park along the famed Westridge Trail to our final destination, a scenic overlook with an astounding view of the Missouri River. All experience levels are welcome but this 2.5-mile hike will include traversing steep terrain.

    This event is free with paid park admission or current Pottawattamie Conservation Foundation membership. Visit our website for details.

    More Information
    Contact: Michelle Biodrowski
    (712) 545-3283
    michelle.biodrowski@pottcounty-ia.gov
    http://www.pottcoconservation.com/calendar/details.aspx?ID=608

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    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

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    Self-Defense Team Warrior Workshop for Women

    10:00 to 11:30AM | The Gathering Room
    1900 Madison Avenue , Council Bluffs,
    Exercise your right to defend yourself! Sign up now for the Self Defense Team Warrior Workshop for Women conducted by Kung Fu Damsels/Independent Damsel in Defense Pros at The Gathering Room! Mother/daughter tandems save $10. Contact Katie for more details.

    More Information
    Contact: Katie Larson
    (712) 328-2374
    Katie@thunderbowl.com
    http://www.thunderbowl.com

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    Sporting Dog Days

    12:00 to 4:00PM | Bass Pro Shops
    2901 Bass Pro Drive, Council Bluffs,
    Calling all sporting dogs and their humans, join us for Sporting Dog Days!

    There will be giveaways and seminars each day!

    Seminars about hunting with dogs will occur at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m. We will be giving away one of each of the following at the seminar times: a dog lead, an adjustable collar, a logo dry bag, and pork chomp bones. Must be present to win.

    In addition to the seminars' giveaways, the first 50 people to come to the sporting dog area ( Green Room upstairs) each day will receive a free 2020 waterfowl calendar. We will also be giving away 50 reflective size large bandanas to the first 50 people/dogs each day to get their photo taken for a digital download.

    More Information
    Contact: Rebecca Younkins
    (712) 325-6017
    REYounkins@basspro.com

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    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

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    Avoca Main Street Golf Tournament

    12:00PM | Avoca Country View Golf & Clubhouse · Avoca
    1701 N Willow St., Avoca,
    One of Avoca Main Street's major annual fundraisers, this 4-person scramble will tee off at 12:30 p.m. and team registration includes dinner at the clubhouse following the tournament.
    Contact Brent with the number below if you have any questions about the event.

    More Information
    Contact: Brent Hansen
    (712) 343-6341

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    Youth Night at The Hub

    8:00 to 10:30PM | The Hub Fly Zone
    7 South 4th Street, Council Bluffs,
    Every Saturday night in September, the Hub Fly Zone will host Youth Night! Drop off the kids and enjoy a night out! Come back at 10:30 p.m. to pick them up—they will be tired!

    More Information
    Contact: Brooke Hubbard
    (712) 256-0701
    info@thehubcb.com
    http://thehubcb.com

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    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

    Close

    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

    Close

    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

    Close

    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

    Close

    Taco Ride

    5:00 to 11:00PM | Wabash Trace Nature Trail
    Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park, Council Bluffs,
    The Taco Ride takes place every Thursday evening on the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, from Council Bluffs, Iowa to Mineola, Iowa and back. The scenic ride is about 20 miles through the Loess Hills and ends with dinner at Tobey Jack's Mineola Steakhouse.

    The weekly rides take place from when the trail is dry enough in the spring (usually in April or May) until late in the fall (usually until Halloween). Most riders start at Iowa West Foundation Trailhead Park where parking is available.

    Slightly more than halfway between the trailhead and Tobey Jack's, many riders will stop at a picnic area, nicknamed Margaritaville, for a quick break and to join in a conversation with fellow bikers or to partake in refreshments they brought with them.

    Note: The Taco Ride is a weekly event. It runs every Thursday evening during most of the year, weather permitting. Visit the Taco Ride website, linked below, for event news.

    For more information about the ride, visit our blog.

    Event information courtesy BikeIowa.com.

    More Information
    https://www.facebook.com/TacoRide/

    Close
     
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