Judge Conner’s Bed and Breakfast in Denison, Iowa

If you are planning a trip to Denison, you are going to want to put Judge Conner’s Bed and Breakfast on your travel agenda.  The B&B is a Historic Victorian built by former Congressman J.P. Conner and was completely restored in 1993. Hand-carved woodwork, parquet floors and stained-glass windows adorn this unique 1893 brick Painted Lady Queen Anne Victorian with both Rococo and Georgian architecture. The property features a stunning garden that includes a fish pond and many perennials — a favorite relaxing area for guests. The B&B is located just blocks from Denison’s quaint Uptown shopping district.

Now taking reservations, the new owners welcome Denison visitors to visit the recently launched website at  judgeconnersbnb.com to view availability calendars.

Judge Conner’s Bed & Breakfast
Innkeepers: Norma & Phil Nichols
Address: 104 S. 15th Street
Denison, IA. 51442
Phone: 712-269-8155
Website: www.judgeconnersbnb.com

Judge Conner's Bed and Breakfast is located in Denison, Iowa

Orange City Tulip Festival

Thursday May 15, 2014 – Saturday May 17, 2014
Downtown
Orange City
www.octulipfestival.com
Event Phone: 712.707.4510

Orange City’s citizens keep their prominent heritage thriving via this annual festival. What began in 1936 as a small celebration led to over 70 years of what is now known as Tulip Festival.

Orange City’s Tulip Festival is an annual celebration each third weekend in May. Known for its tulips and night show as well as its authentic Dutch costumes, dances and food, Tulip Festival poses itself as one of the most prominent events in the state of Iowa.

Indoor Farmer’s Market in Mason City, Iowa

ApplesauceSpiceMuffinsFriday Mar 14, 2014
Willowbrook Mall
1631 4th St. SW
Mason City
Event Phone: 651.707.5934

Locally-produced fresh-baked goods, seasonal fruits and vegetables, farm-raised meats and eggs, honey and honey products, soaps and lotions, jams and jellies, gluten free products, pet care products, artisan crafts and much more.

Located inside the east mall entrance, 3 to 6 p.m