Racing Cancelled July 21st 2017

Here at Hawkeye Downs, we LOVE racing. However, we love our fans, drivers, and crews even more. Because of this, we have decided to CANCEL racing due to extreme heat and the increased chance for severe weather.

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July 14th Results- Casey’s General Store Night

(July 14th, 2017– By Caleb Slouha) After a week off, racing resumed at Hawkeye Downs for the Hy-Vee Racing Series which included the AIRS Vintage Cars for the second time this year.

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Robin Atkins got a strong start to the AIRS race, but once Bart Miller made the pass to second just three laps in, he quickly caught up to the leader. With two to go, Miller took the lead, but Bobby Bryant came to a stop in turn 4 bringing out the caution. On the restart Atkins stays right in Miller’s tracks, but could not make the pass and Miller won the feature.

Drew Nickell, racing in the 2M car usually raced by Dallas Chandler, won the Miller Time Hornets feature after taking the lead from Elliott Vogel on lap 4. There would be one restart after Cody Strasser spun and Curt Gibbs was left with nowhere to go. The two made contact, ending Gibbs’ night.

In the Anderson Automotive Hobbystocks, Bryan Baxter grabbed the lead after the start and held on until Jim Hanson took the lead with 9 laps to go. Baxter would then fall back to finish 6th while Gerald Hall and Braxton Franks attempted to catch Hanson, but could not do so.

It was a frustrating night for Cole O’Brien and Sammy Smith, as they seemed to find each other the whole feature. O’Brien led in the early stages of the race with Smith on the bumper, and the top four all in contention for the lead. Dave McCalla was able to charge from fourth to first in one lap and took the lead in the Dublin City Pub Inex Legends. As O’Brien and Smith continued to battle, McCalla was able to run away with his second win of the year.

While it looked like CJ VanHorn may have had something for Cory Houdek in the Mountain Dew Sportsmen, ultimately it was Houdek who drove to victory lane once again. It was a close call for Houdek who made slight contact with Mike Mitchell when Mitchell and Ballsteadt went for a spin. Everyone could continue, Greg Hentrich was unable to finish due to an engine problem.

For the first time this season, Griffin McGrath pulled into victory lane in the Performance Concepts Late Models. McGrath made the pass on Brad Osborn on the outside, and set sail while Osborn and Gibson battled for second. Gibson won that battle and several laps later Dudley Fleck took over the third position.

Next week is KGAN/FOX 28 night at Hawkeye Downs. Gates open at 6 pm, racing begins at 7:30 pm. Join the Lil’ Racer Car Club for “Frozen Night”



1 3 Dallas Chandler
2 84 Elliott Vogel
3 44 Troy Scott
4 12 Brad Chandler
5 28 Curt Gibbs
6 72 Ethan Parrott
7 7 Michael Coulborn


1 2m Drew Nickell
2 76 Lucas Foster
3 01 Derek Parrott
4 14 Tom Blum
5 2 Stewart Hall
6 01S Cody Strasser


1 2m Drew Nickell Cedar Rapids, IA
2 76 Lucas Foster Cedar Rapids, IA
3 01 Derek Parrott Marion, IA
4 3 Dallas Chandler Cedar Rapids, IA
5 44 Troy Scott Cedar Rapids, IA
6 84 Elliott Vogel Cedar Rapids, IA
7 14 Tom Blum Cedar Rapids, IA
8 12 Brad Chandler Cedar Rapids, IA
9 2 Stewart Hall Cedar Rapids, IA
10 72 Ethan Parrott Marion, IA
11 7 Michael Coulborn Cedar Rapids, IA
12 13 Rob Aimers
13 01S Cody Strasser Cedar Rapids, IA
14 28 Curt Gibbs Cedar Rapids, IA



1 07 Jim Hanson
 2 88 Gerald Hall
3 2 Matt Lacoursiere
4 60 Jason Sherman
5 1 Scott Siems
6 5 Bryan Baxter


1 12 Jeremy Floyd
2 43 Quinn O’Brien
3 8 Braxton Franks
4 24 Logan Clausen
5 57C Cory Ogden
6 11 Brian Bries

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 07 Jim Hanson Cedar Rapids, IA
2 88 Gerald Hall Cedar Rapids, IA
3 8 Braxton Franks Cedar Rapids, IA
4 12 Jeremy Floyd Cedar Rapids, IA
5 60 Jason Sherman Marengo, IA
6 5 Bryan Baxter Marion, IA
7 24 Logan Clausen Cedar Rapids, IA
8 43 Quinn O’Brien Cedar Rapids, IA
9 2 Matt Lacoursiere Cedar Rapids, IA
10 1 Scott Siems Cedar Rapids, IA
11 57C Cory Ogden Cedar Rapids, IA
12 11 Brian Bries Norway, IA



1 6 Austin Slabaugh
2 12 Sammy Smith
3 25 Cole O’Brien
4 13 Stacy Olson
5 16N Todd Ness
6 17 Sydney Henderson


1 3 Dave McCalla
2 16 Mer Slabaugh
3 9 John Ferden
4 37 Gary Dyer
5 95 Josh Carlson

FEATURE (25 laps):

1 3 Dave McCalla Cedar Rapids, IA
2 6 Austin Slabaugh Kalona, IA
3 16N Todd Ness Cedar Rapids, IA
4 16 Mer Slabaugh Kalona, IA
5 13 Stacy Olson Cedar Rapids, IA
6 17 Sydney Henderson Walford, IA
 7  9  John Ferden  Shueyville, IA
8 37 Gary Dyer Blue Grass, IA
9 95 Josh Carlson Princeton, IA
10 52 Kevin Korsmo Atkins, IA




Cole O’Brien

Sammy Smith

Cedar Rapids, IA

Des Moines, IA



FEATURE (20 laps):

1 19 Cory Houdek Marion, IA
2 54 CJ VanHorn Marion, IA
3 7 John Johnston Victor, IA
4 12 Brandon Herb Marion, IA
5 11 Mike Mitchell Cedar Rapids, IA
6 9 Dave Ballsteadt Marion, IA
7 26 Preston Stoecker Stratford, IA
8 35 Greg Hentrich Hiawatha, IA
9 34 Allen Hanson Greely, IA


1 19 Cory Houdek
2 7 John Johnston
3 11 Mike Mitchell
4 54 CJ VanHorn
5 9 Dave Ballsteadt
6 26 Preston Stoecker
7 35 Greg Hentrich
8 12 Brandon Herb
9 34 Allen Hanson



1 72 Brad Osborn
2 64 Griffin McGrath
3 17 Brian Gibson
4 10 Mark Ironside
5 71F Dudley Fleck
6 52 Brian Allen
7 76 Chad Siems
8 43 Scott Siems

FEATURE (25 laps):

1 64 Griffin McGrath Cedar Rapids, IA
2 17 Brian Gibson Walford, IA
3 71F Dudley Fleck Cedar Rapids, IA
4 72 Brad Osborn Janesville, IA
5 10 Mark Ironside Swisher, IA
6 52 Brian Allen Hiawatha, IA
7 43 Scott Siems Cedar Rapids, IA
8 76 Chad Siems Shellsburg, IA



  1. (42) Bruce Yoerger
    2. (501) Bart Miller
    3. (64) Robin Atkins
    4. (5) Brian Gade
    5. (70) Bobby Bryant
    6. (55) Rob Koster

FEATURE (10 laps):

  1. (501) Bart Miller
    2. (64) Robin Atkins
    3. (5) Brian Gade
    4. (42) Bruce Yoerger
    5. (55) Rob Koster
    6. (70) Bobby Bryant

Driver Merchandise

You can now acquire some awesome items with pictures of your favorite drivers! Check out the collection of items we have to offer, then fill out the form below. We will contact you within a few days to complete your order.


Don’t see an item you are interested in? Stay tuned for more items in the future.



  • 3.25 x 4.75
  • $6.00 each

Can Koozie

  • 12 oz.
  • $3.00 each

Custom Puzzle

  • 8 x 10
  • $14.00 each

Dual-Sided Keychain

  • 1 picture
  • $13.00

Custom Print

  • 11 x 14
  • $9.50 each

Bevel Mounted Print

  • 11 x 14
  • $21.50 each

Custom Mouse Pad

  • $14.25 each

Coffee Mug

  • 11 oz.
  • 1 picture
  • $18.00 each

Racing Flag

  • 7.5 x 11.75
  • 1 sided
  • $14.25 each


  • 6 pack cooler
  • Picture of 2 sides (same picture)
  • $30.00 each

Contest 7/17-7/28

Contest LogoCONTEST

You can win TWO general admission tickets to the Valley Fair! For your chance, fill out the form of who you believe will win the races this Friday, July 21st.
If you correctly choose all 5 drivers, you could win! Complete the form below, and find the full rules at the bottom.
Only one submission per person.


-The contest begins on July 17th, 2017 and ends July 28th, 2017 at 7:30 pm CST. All entries must be in before contest ends to be eligible. Entries received after the time will be voided.

-A person will be randomly chosen from a list of eligible persons who have correctly selected all five winners. If a driver wins but does not pass tech, their win will not count.

-Any person who works for Hawkeye Downs Speedway & Expo Center is not eligible to win this contest.

-To be eligible, drivers must be selected from all five series.

-You must either like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter to be eligible.

-Tickets must be picked up at the Hawkeye Downs main office between regular hours, or with prior arrangements made. Tickets will not be mailed. The tickets expire Sept. 10, 2017.

-A person may be removed from the contest and deemed ineligible if needed.

-For other questions and inquiries about this contest, please email:

Results June 30th- Hibu Night

Hawkeye Downs Speedway

(June 30th, 2017– By Caleb Slouha) The final race in June for the year saw some fantastic racing from all Hy-Vee Racing Series. The Racing For A Cause Series and regional legend qualifier brought 17 legends cars for a $1000 to win race which was a thrill to watch.

The Miller Time Hornets feature saw a wild race once again this week. The “big one” struck just three laps in which included Stewart Hall, Tom Blum, Troy Scott, Lucas Foster, and Ethan Parrott. All were able to continue on, with various amounts of damage. Elliott Vogel led from the start and appeared he might have held off Derek Parrott until his engine let go with just 4 laps left. D. Parrott then took over the lead, held off Dallas Chandler until a late race caution allowed Chandler to get another chance and made the pass to win his second feature of the year.

Gerald “Bubba” Hall narrowly held off Jim Hanson for his first victory of the season in the Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks. Hall gained the lead when Kurt Bohnsack, Jeremy Floyd, and Quinn O’Brien made contact while three-wide, resulting in Floyd spinning and bringing out the caution. Bohnsack would chase after Hall on the restart, but fall into the clutches of Hanson, who would not be able to catch Hall in time.

Due to CJ VanHorn being ill, legends driver Dave McCalla drove in his place, and brought some sure excitement as he put the bumper to leader Greg Hentrich several times, and tried to hold of 5-time feature winner (this season) Cory Houdek, in the process. Lapped traffic worked in favor of Hentrich, who won his first Mountain Dew Sportsmen feature of the year and leaving McCalla with second.

After winning the heat race for the Performance Concepts Late Models, Brian Gibson led the field to green and kept Tim Plummer in his mirror the whole race to get his second victory of the year. Plummer made his season debut in the car Mark Greb normally drives, and finished second.

The Dublin City Pub Inex Legends race was no exception to the craziness. A four-wide salute with a police escort and fireworks were the sights to see during pace laps, but hard racing and one legend car flipping came to be as the 35-lap race went on.

Cole O’Brien and Minnesota’s Will McCully lead the field to the green, but just one lap later Max McNamara would take the lead. McNamara would keep Riley Stenjem at bay while Aaron Moyer battled into the top-three.

The first caution of the night came out then Todd Ness spun on the front straight. The impending restart, McCully’s right front wheel covering comes completely off, and he spins a lap later. McNamara keeps the lead on the restart, but can now see Brady Rhode in his mirror as he jumps to second. With 16 laps to go, McCully and Dave McCalla made contact in turn 3, which resulted in McCully flipping completely over, and luckily landed on his wheels. Both drivers were okay, just a bit banged up and a little frustrated.

With 9 to go, Rhode pushed back into second place, getting around McNamara and setting his sights for Moyer. Several laps later lapped traffic gets involved and allowed Rhode to take the lead. He would then keep Moyer behind him and win the feature and the $1000 check.

There are no races next Friday night, but Hawkeye Downs will be back July 14th for Casey’s Wall of Fame night. Also, Saturday, July 15th the Bandit Big Rig Series will be joining the Midwest Truck Series for some great racing. Details can be found on our website.




1 2m Dallas Chandler
2 87 Drew Nickell
3 76 Lucas Foster
4 28 Curt Gibbs
5 72 Ethan Parrott
6 01s Cody Strasser


1 01 Derek Parrott
2 84 Elliott Vogel
3 44 Troy Scott
4 2 Stewart Hall
5 14 Tom Blum
6 7 Michael Coulborn


1 2m Dallas Chandler Cedar Rapids, IA
2 01 Derek Parrott Marion, IA
3 87 Drew Nickell Cedar Rapids, IA
4 76 Lucas Foster Cedar Rapids, IA
5 14 Tom Blum Cedar Rapids, IA
6 72 Ethan Parrott Marion, IA
7 28 Curt Gibbs Cedar Rapids, IA
8 7 Michael Coulborn Cedar Rapids, IA
9 44 Troy Scott Cedar Rapids, IA
10 01s Cody Strasser Cedar Rapids, IA
11 13 Rob Aimers N/A
12 84 Elliott Vogel Cedar Rapids, IA
13 2 Stewart Hall Cedar Rapids, IA



1 12 Jeremy Floyd
2 4 Kurt Bohnsack
3 88 Gerald Hall
4 43 Quinn O’Brien
5 1 Scott Siems
6 60 Dale Sherman


1 07 Jim Hanson
2 2 Matt Lacoursiere
3 8 Braxton Franks
4 5 Bryan Baxter
5 24 Logan Clausen
6 11 Brian Bries

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 88 Gerald Hall Cedar Rapids, IA
2 07 Jim Hanson Cedar Rapids, IA
3 4 Kurt Bohnsack Ely, IA
4 12 Jeremy Floyd Cedar Rapids, IA
5 8 Braxton Franks Cedar Rapids, IA
6 24 Logan Clausen Cedar Rapids, IA
7 1 Scott Siems Cedar Rapids, IA
8 5 Bryan Baxter Marion, IA
9 60 Dale Sherman N/A




Brian Bries

Quinn O’Brien

Norway, IA

Cedar Rapids, IA

12 2 Matt Lacoursiere Cedar Rapids, IA



1 140 Aaron Moyer
2 4 Brady Rhode
3 6 Austin Slabaugh
4 25 Cole O’Brien
5 37 Gary Dyer
6 9 John Ferden


1 41 Max McNamara
2 12 Sammy Smith
3 3 Dave McCalla
4 16n Todd Ness
5 16 Mer Slabaugh
6 17 Sydney Henderson

Heat 3:             

1 52 Kevin Korsmo
2 77s Riley Stenjem
3 77 Warren Ropp
4 26 Will McCully
5 13 Stacy Olson

  FEATURE (35 laps):

1 4 Brady Rhode Lorretto, MN
2 140 Aaron Moyer Allenton, WI
3 41 Max McNamara McHenry, IL
4 52 Kevin Korsmo Atkins, IA
5 12 Sammy Smith Des Moines, IA
6 77S Riley Stenjem Stoughton, WI
7 25 Cole O’Brien Cedar Rapids, IA
8 6 Austin Slabaugh Kalona, IA
9 3 Dave McCalla Cedar Rapids, IA
10 77 Warren Ropp Kalona, IA
11 16N Todd Ness Cedar Rapids, IA
12 16 Mer Slabaugh Kalona, IA
13 13 Stacy Olson Cedar Rapids, IA
14 9 John Ferden Shueyville, IA
15 37 Gary Dyer Blue Grass, IA
16 17 Sydney Henderson Walford, IA
17 26 Will McCully Rochester, MN



1 35 Greg Hentrich
2 54M Dave McCalla
3 7 John Johnston
4 19 Cory Houdek
5 77 Craig Stepanek
6 11 Mike Mitchell
7 34 Allen Hanson

FEATURE (20 laps):

1 35 Greg Hentrich Hiawatha, IA
2 54M Dave McCalla Cedar Rapids, IA
3 19 Cory Houdek Marion, IA
4 12 Brandon Herb Marion, IA
5 11 Mike Mitchell Cedar Rapids, IA
6 77 Craig Stepanek N/A
7 34 Allen Hanson Greely, IA
8 7 John Johnston Victor, IA



1 17 Brian Gibson
2 71P Tim Plummer
3 72 Brad Osborn
4 76 Chad Siems
5 43 Scott Siems
6 10 Mark Ironside

FEATURE (25 laps):

1 17 Brian Gibson Walford, IA
2 71p Tim Plummer N/A
3 72 Brad Osborn Janesville, IA
4 76 Chad Siems Shellsburg, IA
5 43 Scott Siems Cedar Rapids, IA
DNS 10 Mark Ironside Swisher, IA


This Friday night is “Hibu Night at the Races” and  the annual Racing for a Cause event benefiting Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S).  The highlight of the night is a $1000 to win Regional Qualifier for Dublin City Pub INEX Legends. The special race in conjunction with C.O.P.S.  is sponsored by Hershberger Enterprises of Kalona. 25-30 Legends are expected for this race, which is the first of four throughout Iowa.

Legends Racer Warren Ropp, organizer of the special Legends race, told The Gazette earlier this week:“ It’s big because a lot of people and organizations are all about the money on their end — and you’ve got to have the money to make the doors stay open and operate — but (Hawkeye Downs) sees the big picture of what’s happening in the communities,” Ropp said. “It helps pull communities together. Whether it’s Military Night or Iowa Donor Network Night or my C.O.P.S. night, it’s big. The only way you get that message across is to keep putting it out in front of people.”

C.O.P.S. is a national organization that was organized in 1984 with 110 individual members. Their mission is “Rebuilding the shattered lives of survivors and co-workers affected by line of duty deaths, through partnerships with law enforcement and the community.” Today they have over 37,000 members.

 As a special recognition for local law enforcement, C.O.P.S. and Hershberger Enterprises have teamed up with Hawkeye Downs to offer free admission to all law enforcement officers (with proper credentials) and their immediate families for Friday nights’ race.

Hibu, the evening’s sponsor, is a multinational directories and internet services company headquartered in Reading, Berkshire, UK. It has operations in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Spain.

 It’s week nine of the HyVee Racing Series as the track celebrates its 92nd season of racing as part of Hawkeye Downs Speedway and Expo Center, the premiere racing and leading entertainment destination in Eastern Iowa.

 In addition to the Dublin City Pub INEX Legends, Performance Concepts Late Models, Mountain Dew Sportsmen, Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks, and Miller Time Hornets will be action.

 The Lil’ Racer Car Club is back in action Friday night as well with the “Worlds Largest Candy Dash on an Asphalt track” during Intermission.  The current record is 1,049 pounds of candy. Candy Donations can be delivered to the clubhouse under the main Grandstand before the races start.

Gates open at 6pm with Opening Ceremonies slated for 7:20 and Racing at 7:30.

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Fan Guide 2017

Hawkeye Downs Speedway

2017 Ultimate Fan Guide

A reference for fans regarding what Hawkeye Downs Speedway & Expo has to offer, and more!
For more information on any of these topics, please contact us.

Alcohol: Beer options are provided at the track from 6 until just before races end. We will not serve beer to anyone under the age of 21. Hawkeye Downs does have a 2-for-1 “happy hour” from 6-7 pm most Friday nights during the racing season. Proper ID will be required. No alcohol or tobacco is allowed in the “Family Area” located near turn one.

Bingo: We also have some of the best bingo around! Doors open at 4:30pm every Monday, Thursday, and Saturday nights. Bingo begins at 6:30pm with consistent payouts. We also have concessions and meal specials most nights. Monday night is adults only night.

Camping: The track has camp sites on property with our own camp managers. Each site has electricity and water hookup, and is 20’ x 40’. One night is $25, a week is $150, and four weeks is $600. There is to be no overnight camping other than in the camping area. At this time, no open fires are permitted. Please call 319-365-8656 for more information.

Concessions: As of 2017, Hy-Vee provides food concessions during racing events, and can be found underneath the main grandstands. Other items such as Dippin’ Dots, ice cream, beverages, slushies, and alcohol are available from Hawkeye Downs Other concession options for bingo and special events will be available as needed.

Credit Cards: At this time, only cash is accepted for tickets or concessions. We do have and ATM Machine on-site located near main concessions.

Contact: For general inquiries, please email, send us a message on Facebook, or give us a call at 319-365-8656. For sponsor inquiries, please contact

Emergencies: In case of a medical or other emergency, please immediately report to a person in a red Hawkeye Downs Staff shirt, or a yellow uniformed security officer.

Events: Hawkeye Downs is a campus of 93 acres of including an expo hall, bingo hall, auction arena, speedway, and more. We provide a variety of entertainment and events year-round. Please check our calendar or contact us for up-to-date information about our events.

Expo Hall: Events of all sizes, indoor or outdoor can be accommodated here at Hawkeye Downs. The South Expo Hall is 15,000 sq. ft, and the North Expo Hall is 20,000 sq. ft. We are an excellent choice for weddings and events who have their own caterers. Parking is free! Contact us for more information, or to book an event.

Facebook: You can find us on Facebook here:

Family Section: Currently under construction the family deck will be located near turn one. Families will be able find an area where smoking, alcohol and tobacco are not permitted, and many family activities such as face painting can be found throughout the season.

Fan Conduct: Because we are a family facility that provides entertainment for all ages, during the races and at any events, we ask that fans/guests act appropriately. If disturbances are caused, parties may be asked to leave the premises if needed. Please report disturbances to the nearest event employee or uniformed security.

50/50: Raffle tickets will be sold most race nights through the night. The track will have a person selling tickets in the stands and pits. A final call for purchasing the tickets will be announced and the winning number called over the P.A. System. The winner should come to the announcer’s booth located on the west side.

First Aid: In case of a medical or other emergency, please immediately report to a person in a red Hawkeye Downs Staff shirt, or a uniformed security officer.

Lil’ Racer Car Club: The Lil’ Racer Car Club provides different activities throughout the year for young race fans on and off the track. Sign up for the club can be found in the club building under the grandstands, and look for events kids can participate in throughout the year.

Location: Hawkeye Downs is located at 4400 6th St SW, Cedar Rapids, Iowa just North of Highway 30, and West of I-380. A detailed Google Map can be found at the bottom of this page.

Overnight Parking: Overnight parking is not allowed at the track without prior permission.

P.A. Announcements & Paging: Please let either the media director know of any special announcements before events when possible, or nicely let the announcers know in a timely matter on the night of events.

Parking: Parking at Hawkeye Downs is free. Please use caution while maneuvering around the parking area.

Rest Rooms: Rest Rooms are located on either side of the back of the grandstands.

Smoking: Smoking is not allowed in the grandstands, and only is designated areas around the track.

Social Media: Hawkeye Downs understands that not everyone is able to participate in racing every night. However, our drivers, staff and participants strive to provide the fans with a great experience at the track. We ask that Facebook Live and other live streaming coverage not be used to broadcast the races, and reserve the right to remove any party we deem is participating in such coverage. Thank you for your cooperation.

Snapchat: You can add us on snapchat: hawkeyedownscr

Times: Most race nights the fan gates open at 6:00pm, hot laps begin at 6:40pm, opening ceremonies begin at 7:25pm, with racing after. Please check the schedule for special racing and event times.

Track: Hawkeye Downs Speedway has gone through many changes on its way to this, the 92nd year of racing at the track. The track has both a banked ½ mile oval, as well as a ¼ mile oval.

Twitter: You can follow us on Twitter here:

VIP Seating: The track does feature some air-conditioned, indoor “suites” that can be available for rent on some nights. Please contact us at 319-365-8656 for more information.

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*These are all subject to change at any time.

Van Meter Night- August 4, 2017

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Friday August 4, 2017


Gates open at 6:00 pm

Races begin at 7:30 pm


On tap:

Miller Time Hornets

Anderson Automotive Hobby Stocks

Dublin City Pub Inex Legends

Mountain Dew Sportsman

Performance Concepts Late Models


More information to come as event gets closer. For questions, please call 319-365-8656.