Hear what people are saying about the tours I gave during June: 1) Very Worthwhile said Craig & Pamela P. 2) Love it! From Becky P. 3) Very Interesting from Mary Beth. 4) Amazing! From Beverly M. 5) Fabulous Learning Diane P. and 6) Vicky W says Sweet Surprise!
Our family has taken many trips together and tours are a frequent activity from the natural attractions, man-made attractions, and cultural entities. We remember the special tours that made us laugh (Wisconsin Ducks), let us learn through touching (have you touched a stingray?) and so on. Jim and I were also surprised on a tour of Europe because nowhere in the company’s advertising did it mention it is for Indian people, and you only eat Indian food! Surprise! That was an eye-opening tour for sure!
De’s Dazzles – A Peek into the School-to-Work Program
As the school year winds down, I decided to ask my Southwest Valley School-to-Work High School Student her thoughts. Starting the second semester in January, Julia Means has been working at the Corning Opera House a couple days per week for about six hours.
As Corning Opera House community theater actors prepare for a production of Dearly Departed on April 28 & 29, I thought this would be a great time to explain the Top 10 Theater Terms.
Life is like a Ferris Wheel, steadily progressing forward, seeing the sights and sounds from a new perspective, experiencing highs and lows, which I choose to enjoy the ride! Everyone goes round the same, but people have different angles & reach the highs & lows at different times than me.
Executive Director since 2012; Bachelors in Music Education; Professional Tour Guide, Iowa High School Musical Association Musical Judge, Master's in Education; 2023 Iowan of the Day by Blue Ribbon Foundation; 2023 Iowa Governor's Volunteer of the Year; 2023 John McMahon Volunteer of the Year; enjoys smiles and people!