Photo by Kristin Imboden Photography + Harvest Photography
Photo by Harvest Photography
Photo by Stacy Z Photography
Photo by Stacy Z Photography

Community Performance & Event Venue
Earlham, Iowa

Restored inside and out, our historic event venue Bricker-Price Block serves as the cornerstone for renewed community life in Earlham and Madison County, extending a friendly welcome to guests from Central Iowa and beyond.

Upstairs, the Hadley Family Social Club, with its classic arched windows, tall tin ceilings and refinished wood floors, is a beautiful setting for birthday parties, weddings, receptions, rehearsal dinners, wedding or bridal showers, fundraisers, corporate meetings and any other special life events.

Our community event venue is also host to unique events like our annual Harvest Gathering Farm-to-Table Dinner and our Family-Friendly & Late Night Trivia Events. The proceeds from these events go right back to providing affordable programming for our youth during our Kid’s Club Summer Camps and for our local senior citizens through our Senior Speaker Series.

If you are interested in giving to our cause and helping expand programming, a donation to our community event venue is tax deductible as Bricker-Price Block is a 501(c)3 nonprofit.

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Upcoming Classes & Events

Saturday, December 12, 2020
Virtual Wreath Making Workshop

1:00 pm

DID YOU KNOW?! When hung on a window or a door, a wreath is believed to be an invitation or self-expression to the spirit of the holidays.READY TO GET STARTED?! Set the tone for your home during the holidays and join us at our Virtual Wreath Making Workshop. Alongside Earlham Alum and now Maine native, Carole Mapes will teach a VIRTUAL hands-on wreath making class on Saturday, December 12th from 1 PM-3:30 PM. Kits will be available for pick up on either Friday, December 11 from 1 – 3 PM or Saturday, December 12 from 9-11 AM. HERE’S WHAT YOU GET IN YOUR KIT!

  • Balsam Fir, White Pine, and Cedar boughs (harvested from the land here in Brooks, Maine)
  • Gold wreath base (can be reused for future years or other seasonal crafts)
  • Pinecone and dried oranges for adorning the wreath
  • Wire
  • Ribbon, color may varyYou are also welcome to bring their own materials to incorporate into the wreath like holly, rosehips, evergreens or twigs from your own yard!Special note: Participants will need to provide their own snips for trimming the boughs and/or snips that are able to cut wire.

Once you get signed up, a zoom link will be emailed to you!

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