The latest instillation of the Sidey Collection Exhibit, drawn from Adair County Free Press archives, celebrates the role of small town Iowa’s newspapers in sustaining communities through the major world events. Each kiosk gives a comparative perspective via various elements of the newspaper using a reproduction of the news page with photograph, a print produced from the original negative, and narrative linking the image and context.
The Lobby Gallery is FREE and open to the public Monday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Saturday 10-3, and during Warren Cultural Center events.
Thursday, July 19, 9 a.m-noon. - National Alliance of Preservation Commissions Forum Rural America: Bus Tour.
Thursday, August 2, 7 p.m. - Chad Elliott & the Redemptions. A Warren Cultural Center favorite, Chad Elliott returns to the stage, this time with his band The Redemptions. With a rocking band behind his artfully crafted songs, Elliott dives into his love of roots-rock, soul and blues music. Like the dark earth of his Iowa origins, Chad Elliott's life filled with love and loss serves as fertile ground for his music. With a new album set for release on August 10, you’ll hear a bit of the old and a bit of the new. Don’t miss this show! A Premier Series Show. $15 Buy Tickets Now
Saturday, August 11 - Class Reunion.
Thursday-Saturday, September 6-8 - Warren Cultural Center Annual Book Sale.
Saturday-Sunday, September 15-16 - Sidey Collection production.
Friday, September 28 - Wedding.
Saturday, September 29 - Class Reunion.
Sunday, November 4 - 4-H Awards Program.
Saturday, November 24 - Wedding.
Friday-Sunday, December 14-16 - Cumberland Rose Players
Monday, December 31 - Annual Warren Cultural Center New Year's Eve Celebration with Exit 113.
Doors for Warren Cultural Center shows open one hour prior to showtime.
The Warren Cultural Center concession stand offers beer, wine, soft drinks and snacks.
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