Local Events to Celebrate Our 10th Anniversary

We will be celebrating Vi Bella’s 10th year of providing jobs in Haiti and Mexico with some fun events this month and next! All month long, stop in to our boutique at 24 19th St SW in Sioux Center during normal business hours (Tuesday - Thursday from 10am to 4pm) to register for weekly giveaways, including gift cards to other local businesses.  Then, make sure to join us for these special events:


Wednesday, June 30th - Nicole Baart Book Signing from 3pm-6pmShe will be available for Q/A's and a short reading at the top of the hours of 4pm and 5pm. Serving LIZZY’S Sweet Treats.  Vi Bella’s 10th Anniversary Sale with items $10 and under.

About the Author - Nicole Baart wants to live in a world filled with handwritten letters, New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, and great conversation. 

A critically acclaimed novelist, Nicole’s work has been featured as a Midwest Connections book pick, nominated for a Christy Award, and earned a starred and featured review from Publishers Weekly. In 2011 she co-authored a book that debuted at #4 on the New York Times bestseller list.

Nicole is also the co-founder of a non-profit organization, One Body One Hope, that partners with a sisterhood of churches and orphanages in Monrovia, Liberia. An adoption advocate and the mother of four children from four different countries, Nicole speaks on a variety of topics ranging from orphan care to parenthood to books and the writing process. 

Wednesday, July 7th - Jennifer Dukes Lee Book Signing from 3pm-7pm.  Serving LIZZY’S Sweet Treats.  Vi Bella’s 10th Anniversary Sale continues with lots of items $10 and under!

About the Author - "I'm a big fan of dark chocolate, emojis, eighties music, bright lipstick, and Netflix binges. My husband and I are raising crops, pigs, a herd of cats, and two beautiful humans on the Lee family farm in Iowa.

I'm the author of Growing Slow, which includes a companion Bible study. My other books: It's All Under Control, The Happiness Dare, and Love Idol.

I'm a journalist at heart. I used to cover crime, politics, and natural disasters as a news reporter for metropolitan daily newspapers. Now, I use my reporting skills to chase after the biggest story ever: the redemptive story of Christ."

We hope to see you there!