AARP To Host Presidential Forums Across The State
(Des Moines) — A-A-R-P and The Des Moines Register are sponsoring forums in five Iowa cities featuring 19 Democratic presidential candidates next week.
A-A-R-P state director Brad Anderson says each candidate will have 25-minutes on stage.
The candidates will answer questions from the audiences of A-A-R-P members as well as from moderators Kathie Obradovich (oh-BRAD-oh-vich) of The Des Moines Register and Radio Iowa’s O. Kay Henderson.
According to Anderson, research indicates one out of every five people who attend the 2020 Caucuses will be an A-A-R-P member.
The first forum is scheduled Monday in Des Moines. Tuesday’s forum is in Davenport. Wednesday’s is in Cedar Rapids. The forums resume Friday with an event in Sioux City, then the final forum is Saturday in Council Bluffs. Go to www.radioiowa.com to find out which candidates are appearing in which
cities and how you may listen to their conversations.
Goat Yoga Returning To The Iowa State Fair
DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) – Good news for fans of ancient meditation practices and small bovids: Goat yoga is returning to the Iowa State Fair.
Fair officials say in a news release that the class, which was
introduced to the fair last year, will resume this at the state fair on Aug. 12, 14 and 17 in the Paul R. Knapp Animal Learning Center.
The class will include yoga poses not only with baby goats, but also piglets, ducklings and chicks. New this year will be an exclusive Iowa State Fair Goat Yoga mat for the first 250 registered participants.
Tickets are $20 and are open to any age. Tickets are on sale at
www.iowastatefair.org . Fair Admission is not included, but advanced admission tickets are on sale at www.iowastatefair.org .