All-Star Ballpark Heaven and Baseball Factory to Provide Youth Baseball Tournaments in Dyersville, Iowa
MLB Game - 2021
Even though the 2020 Major League Baseball's game, White Sox vs. Cardinals has been cancelled, we look forward to them coming back in 2021! Look for information about the game and the community event, Beyond The Game, in the upcoming months.
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Click on the image above to see our Visitors Guide containing everything you need to plan your visit here including the calendar of annual events.
Group tour planners can contact Chamber Director, Karla Thompson to help you plan a fun itinerary for your group.
New to the Area?
Chamber Dollars are the perfect gift.
Chamber dollars are available at the Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce, 1100 16th Ave CT SE, next to Super 8.
They come in increments of $5, $10 & $25 and can be redeemed at over 275 Chamber Member businesses in the Dyersville-area (see the list of participating DACC members: Click Here). Great way to keep the money local!!!
Email us with questions.
Chamber Business Directory Winner:
If your directory number, located in the top right corner of your wall directory matches the winning number, you win $10 Chamber Dollars. October winner is #4703
National Farm Toy Show 2020
The 43rd Annual National Farm Toy Show will be taking place: Friday, November 6th and Saturday, November 7th. Due to COVID 19, this event is being relocated to a larger facility with the safety of vendors and visitors in mind. The event will be located at the former All American Homes building on 15th Ave. SE. Displays will be spread out in the National Farm Toy Museum gym, and the auction will be taking place online.
David Vorwald Memorial Bridge Dedication Ceremony
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The Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce is organized to maintain and advance the quality of life and economic prosperity of the Dyersville area.
The Dyersville Area Chamber of Commerce is a dynamic volunteer, non-profit organization committed to helping solve today's complex business and community issues.