Things To Do In Bellevue

$11 for an Hour of Archery Target Practice for Two at Big Oak Archery ($20 Value)

Big Oak Archery

Glenwood

$20 $11

Duos spend an hour aiming for bull's-eyes and perfecting their aim on archery range

Pub Food and Drinks at Main Street Bar and Grill (50% Off). Two Options Available.

Main Street Bar and Grill

Union

$22 $11

Pub dishes out food such as fried mushrooms, buffalo chicken flatbread pizza, philly cheesesteak sandwiches, wings, and jalapeño poppers

$49 for One Month of Unlimited CrossFit and Tanning at BOB's Fitness Center ($333 Value)

BOB's Fitness Center

Bellevue

$333 $49

Clients get everything they need to look an feel their best with a month of unlimited tanning and CrossFit plus gym access and training

Roller-Skating Package with Skates, Hot Dogs, and Drinks for Two or Four at Skate City Bellevue (Up to 57% Off)

Skate City Bellevue

Bellevue

$35 $15

Roller-skating session on composite rink fueled by hot dogs, chips, and sodas

Hullabaloo Music Festival at Sokol Park on July 24–26 (Up to 30% Off)

Hullabaloo Music Festival

Sokol Park

$23 $16

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Hippies and hipsters frolic throughout four days loaded with jam bands; dance acts; and an array of art, food, and outdoor festivities

One, Two, or Three Infrared Body Wraps at FitnessFast 24 Hour Gym (Up to 61% Off)

FitnessFAST 24 Hour Gym

Bellevue Second III

$68 $29

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Relaxing treatment heats body's surface to 140 degrees to stimulate circulation, promote fat and inch loss, and oust pent-up toxins

$16.50 for Two Beer Samplers and a Full Growler at Keg Creek Brewing Company in Glenwood ($30 Value)

Keg Creek Brewing Company

Glenwood

$30 $16.50

Samplers of IPAs, brown ales, stouts & wheat beers are accompanied by one full growler to take home & enjoy later.

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Archery is more than a high-stakes game of Pin the Tail on the Donkey. It's an art that requires a good eye and lots of practice, and Big Oak Archery provides the space and equipment necessary to perfect that art. The facility houses an archery range, which hosts target practice and archery leagues and tournaments. In addition, its pro shop stocks an inventory of Elite Archery bows along with various firearms.

54238 230th Street
Glenwood,
IA
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In a style fitting with their sword-and-shield emblem, the King’s Crossing Vineyard & Winery’s yearly renaissance festival harks back to ye olden days with a weekend of days-of-yore-style entertainment. A Scottish band toots the soundtrack to the festivities as visitors hoist flagons of beer and wine and belly dancers enchant viewers with sultry undulations. With multiple opportunities for guests to demonstrate their feats of strength, the fest hosts an archery tournament and dueling matches fought with swords, maces, and enormous turkey legs. The afternoons are filled with informative demonstrations on renaissance life, performed by actors in full period dress.

53086 260th St
Glenwood,
IA
US

In the warmer months, Moonstone Lavender Gardens' three acres of lush, purple flowers provide a dreamy and fragrant setting for wine tastings, live music festivals, and picturesque weddings. Entirely organic, the gardens are also home to annuals and perennials, so something is always in bloom. Each batch of lavender sold at the on-site store is hand-cut, bundled, and hung up to dry?or incorporated into items such as aromatic soaps, candles, and even aromatherapy pillows.

1449 240th Avenue
Thurman,
IA
US

Twelve years ago, Frank and Amy Faust bought a 6-acre plot of land in the Loess Hills countryside with the intention of building themselves a log cabin. Instead, they found themselves sidetracked by a new dream—starting a winery. At Sugar Clay Winery, the Fausts now produce up to 10,000 gallons of wine each year, yet, as they told KETV-7, they still take the time to cork each bottle by hand. Visitors can introduce themselves to 14 of Sugar Clay’s proprietary varietals in the tasting room, such as the sangria-esque Loess Hills blush or a four-grape ambrosia blanc whose flavors morph from apple to butterscotch and almond with each sip. Outside, shaded decks house guests peering out on views of sloping valleys soundtracked by a chorus of birds hiding among the surrounding cedars. A fire pit warms sippers during crisper nights or on afternoons when a tour group of refrigerators shows up, and live musicians fill the air with notes from dulcimers and acoustic guitars.

1446 240th Ave
Thurman,
IA
US

The masked chainsaw bearers and flesh-eating zombies may have earned Gateway of Chaos a top rating on Hauntworld.com for two-years running, but they don’t do it for the awards. The terrifying show––a combined effort of more than 50 volunteers—elicits screams to benefit the Malvern Area Betterment Association, a nonprofit working to better social, educational, and developmental growth in the Malvern community. Comprising thousands of square feet, the haunted house also affords local actors plenty of space in which to flex their menacing muscles, and past years have seen the haunted house changing nightly to keep repeat visitors and ghostly real-estate agents on their toes.

1605 Main Street in the Pioneer Seed Building, null
Malvern,
IA
US

The brewers who keep Keg Creek Brewing Company afloat in fermented fare began as homebrewers. Though they now operate an entire company, their experimental, do-it-yourself philosophy remains the same. From mash tanks and fermentation vessels come the brewery's lifeblood, a lineup of expertly crafted beers that flow forth daily in the onsite tasting room. The brews include Wabash Wheat, a light-bodied wheat beer that honors the Wabash Trace Nature Trail, and Breakdown Brown Ale, a malty brew named after the communication breakdown that resulted in East Dakota’s statehood. As the seasons change, Keg Creek's brewmasters rotate their output with it, brewing beers both big and small to fit the weather.

111 East Sharp Street
Glenwood,
IA
US