2A Day at the Iowa Capitol 2022

IFC 2A Day at the Iowa Capitol – 2022

Date: February 24, 2022
Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Location: Iowa Capitol Building

The Iowa Firearms Coalition has planned its annual freedom celebration at the Iowa State Capitol Building in Des Moines, Iowa.  We will be meeting in the rotunda area of the Capitol Building.  We will discuss current 2A Legislative efforts and hear from Legislators and Speakers who support and wish to advance our Second Amendment Liberties.

Look for the IFC logo on the side of the shuttle bus on February 24th, 2022, and IFC will get you back and forth to your car, warm, dry, and happy!  This magnetic decal will be on the side of the bus

“Buffalo Bill” Cody (died)

William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody

Feb 26, 1846 – Jan 10, 1917

Born in Iowa Territory

opened Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show in Omaha, Nebraska

launching a genre of outdoor entertainment that thrived for three decades and survived, in fits and starts, for almost three more

“Westward the course of empire takes its way.”

Annie Oakley broke ground when she and her husband and manager, Frank Butler, joined Buffalo Bill early in 1885

Lillian Smith toured as a teenager with Buffalo Bill

 

 

“Buffalo Bill” Cody (born)

William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody

Feb 26, 1846 – Jan 10, 1917

Born in Iowa Territory

opened Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show in Omaha, Nebraska

launching a genre of outdoor entertainment that thrived for three decades and survived, in fits and starts, for almost three more

“Westward the course of empire takes its way.”

Annie Oakley broke ground when she and her husband and manager, Frank Butler, joined Buffalo Bill early in 1885

Lillian Smith toured as a teenager with Buffalo Bill

 

 

“Buffalo Bill” Cody (died)

William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody

Feb 26, 1846 – Jan 10, 1917

Born in Iowa Territory

opened Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show in Omaha, Nebraska

launching a genre of outdoor entertainment that thrived for three decades and survived, in fits and starts, for almost three more

“Westward the course of empire takes its way.”

Annie Oakley broke ground when she and her husband and manager, Frank Butler, joined Buffalo Bill early in 1885

Lillian Smith toured as a teenager with Buffalo Bill

 

 

“Buffalo Bill” Cody (born)

William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody

Feb 26, 1846 – Jan 10, 1917

Born in Iowa Territory

opened Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show in Omaha, Nebraska

launching a genre of outdoor entertainment that thrived for three decades and survived, in fits and starts, for almost three more

“Westward the course of empire takes its way.”

Annie Oakley broke ground when she and her husband and manager, Frank Butler, joined Buffalo Bill early in 1885

Lillian Smith toured as a teenager with Buffalo Bill

 

 

“Buffalo Bill” Cody (died)

William F. “Buffalo Bill” Cody

Feb 26, 1846 – Jan 10, 1917

Born in Iowa Territory

opened Buffalo Bill’s Wild West show in Omaha, Nebraska

launching a genre of outdoor entertainment that thrived for three decades and survived, in fits and starts, for almost three more

“Westward the course of empire takes its way.”

Annie Oakley broke ground when she and her husband and manager, Frank Butler, joined Buffalo Bill early in 1885

Lillian Smith toured as a teenager with Buffalo Bill