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Belle Plaine performance of Park It scheduled for May 6

Belle Plaine is buckling up for the premier of, "Park It!" the play. The production will be at the Belle Plaine Longfellow Auditorium, May 6 at 2:00 pm. The intergenerational cast includes Belle Plaine students and several area adults. The comedy is set in 1965 and is based on stories that former area students and educators contributed to the book, "Park It!" The collection of humorous, but sometimes hair-raising, anecdotes covers 30 years in the drivers education car with former Belle Plaine teacher Wallace Winkie.

Vinton Community Choir to perform Sunday, April 16

The Vinton Community Choir will be performing on Sunday, April 16 at the Vinton Presbyterian Church. Beginning at 3:00 p.m. the choir will be performing Music from the Movies.Music will be chosen from the following movies: I can only ImagineGrease9 to 5BeachesAlladinJazz SingerRock Around the ClockGood Morning VietnamThe church is located at 608 1st Ave.
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The Savage Heart Trio in Garrison Sunday, April 16th!

The Savage Heart Trio is a gang-busting Western swing outfit made up of Iowa based musical veterans Annie Savage (IBMA Mentor of the Year and International String Clinician at Warren Hanlin (guitarist with Al Murphy, Marc Janssen and too many to name!), and Dave Hanson (bass player on Greg Brown’s Iowa Waltz).Together they are a

Bob Black & Banjoy in Celebration of St. Patrick's Day!

Bob Black & Banjoy will return to Garrison, along with fiddler, Joy Ward, for a Sunday afternoon of Irish, bluegrass and midwestern roots music in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. Be ready for some lively Irish music and a good time!Refreshments will by the Garrison LibrarySunday, March 19th2:00 pm to 4:30 pmAdmission $12, kids are welcome to

Wolf Creek Players Holding Auditions Sunday March 5

Wolf Creek Players will be holding auditions for ”Unnecessary Farce” written by Paul Slade Smith, and directed by Deb Kloster. Auditions will be held at the Dysart Library on Sunday, March 5 from 1 pm to 3 pm and again on Monday from 6:30 to 8 pm.  If you are unable to attend either of these times please contact the director by text at 319-404-5412 or email at dbkloster@gmail.

CPU Middle School To present Once Upon a Mattress March 30-31

The CPU 7th and 8th Grade Choir presents Sweets and Theatrical Treats during the performance of "Once Upon a Matress."Senior citizens of the Center Point/Urbana community are invited to a matinee of "Once Upon a Matress." Prior to the show there will be coffee, treats and other drinks provided. Doors open at 1:00 p.m. on March 30th, at the CPU Middle School, with the show beginning at 1:30 p.

Silent Night in Algona features Iowa history during WWII

The Vinton Palace Theatre will be featuring, "Silent Night in Algona" over the weekend. During World War II, from September through December of 1944, Algona, Iowa was the site of a Prisoner of War camp. Holding Germans who didn't want to be involved in the conflict, the prisoners provide much-needed help to offset the shortage of labor caused by the war effort.

Voyagers Spring Show February 25, 7:00 p.m.

The 2022-23 Voyager season wraps up next Saturday with our much anticipated Spring Show!  Join us Saturday, February 25th at 7:00 p.m. for a night full of entertainment!  This year’s show features solos, team routines, our Co-Ed routine, Voyager Kids Clinic dancers, Joan Cooling dancers, door prizes, and more!  Tickets are $7 at the door; children 5 and under are free.
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Frank to Host Open Mic Nite at Brickside Brew N Chew 2/17/23 6 p.m.

Brickside Brew N Chew will be the location of an Open Mic Nite hosted by Todd Frank. The event is a time for anyone who would like to share music or poetry with the public.The event will be held on Friday, February 17, from 6-9:00 p.m. There will be a coffee and pastry bar available during the performances.Brickside Brew N Chew is located at 115 W.

80 For Brady at the Palace Theatre

The original. "Over 80 for Brady" group of ladies, consisted of five women: Elaine, Betty, Anita, Pat, and Claire. Friends for more than 70 years, they united in their love for the New England Patriots and star quarterback Tom Brady after they all became widows. To read their story, click HERE.This year the ladies have an option to watch either this year's Super Bowl game or to go to the Palace Theatre and watch "80 for Brady.
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