Submitted by Jacquelyn Jacobsma, Dordt College Student and Chamber Intern Extraordinaire
I don’t know about you, but I’m a little over the days of frigid cold, 30 mph winds, and snow that never seems to leave. While winter seems like it will never end, it’s only a matter of time until the sunshine breaks through the clouds and spring will arrive with all of its glory. Here in the Chamber office, we can’t wait for spring to arrive. Not just for the warmer temperatures (although I’m looking forward to the day when I don’t need to defrost my car windshield every morning), but because two HUGE events are set to take place! The month of March will bring with it the Global Ag Summit (March 2-4) and the Indoor Fair (March 16-17).
The Global Ag Summit event will take place on the campus of Dordt College and feature hundreds of participants from around the United States and the world, with more than 50 workshops and seminars. Having this event in Sioux Center is a great way for those involved in the Agriculture industry to further their knowledge and gain valuable connections. There is still time to register for this great event, visit www.agrisumit.org for more info!
The Indoor Fair, also known as “The Show of ALL Home Shows,” is an opportunity for exhibitors to promote their services, interact with current and potential clients, or sell their products. The great part about this event is that it allows community members to meet local businesses and learn more about their products or services. This event has taken place for over 50 years and we work hard to keep it a great success. You definitely won’t want to miss heading over to the All Seasons Center for this awesome and FREE event!
Even though winter isn’t over just yet, we are excited to kick off another fun year filled with great events. Stay tuned for future posts and as always, check out the Chamber website or contact us for more information regarding any of these events. For now, try to stay warm.
Barb Den Herder is the Executive Director of the Sioux Center Chamber, an inexperienced blog writer, and an advocate for over 250 chamber businesses.