A historically difficult harvest, low grain prices, cold weather, and the typical winter blues have people “feeling the pressure.”
Women, Land & Legacy of Southwest Iowa encourages anyone feeling strained to come out and blow off some steam at Bodega Victoriana Winery on Jan. 24 for stress management education, crafts, food and fun!
Participants are invited to meet at the winery, located south of Highway 34 near Glenwood at 60397 Kidd Rd.  
Social time will begin at 5:30 p.m. with beverages available for purchase.  
At 6 p.m., a complimentary light meal will be enjoyed while various resources for stress management are shared.  
From 6:30 to 8 p.m., attendees will get crafty, following the lead of WLL committee members.  There will be several crafts sure to suit a variety of tastes and skill levels.
 The fee, used to pay for the meal and craft supplies is $15 per person.  RSVPs are required by Jan. 18.  
To reserve your spot, request special accommodations, and arrange car-pooling, contact Mills County ISU Extension & Outreach at 712-624-8616.  
Visit our websites at www.extension.iastate/fremont or www.facebook. com/womenlandlegacywgg for more information.
This event is sponsored through a partnership of East Pottawattamie, Fremont, Mills, Montgomery, Page and West Pottawattamie County Farm Service Agencies, Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, and the Women, Land & Legacy Committee.
WLL is committed to offering learning opportunities for rural women in areas such as business, management, agriculture and family.  We are an equal opportunity employer-provider.