A Destination for Culture, Art and Commerce


Currently on display throughout the building - Christmas Tour of Trees presented by the Adair County Hospital Auxiliary.

Exhibits in the Lobby Gallery are open at no charge M-F 9 am to 5 pm; Sat 10 am to 3 pm via Ed & Eva's store; and during WCC events.

Shows & Events


Sunday, Dec. 17 - Cumberland Rose Players presents "The Robbed Reindeer." 2 p.m. Christmas is doomed, unless the hero can save the day in this play for kids. Adults will like it, too. Free will donation (suggested $3). Proceeds help adopt a local family for Christmas.

Thursday, Dec. 21 - Late Night Shopping at Ed & Eva's and Building Tours. 5:50-9 p.m. Enjoy the beautifully restored Historic Warren Cultural Center and Ed & Eva’s at night with refreshments, shopping and building tours.

Sunday, Dec. 31 - New Year's Eve at the Warren Cultural Center. 8 p.m. WCC's annual New Year's Eve Party and Dance is an event you won't want to miss. The legendary party atmosphere includes dancing to house regulars EXIT 113, snacks, and a Midnight champagne toast. Celebrate with your friends and make some new ones! $35 per person. Table reservations available. Seating is limited so Buy Tickets Now !



Saturday, January 27 - Hot Tamale & the Red Hots. 7 p.m. Hot Tamale & the Red Hots have been entertaining blues music fans for over a decade. They have opened for such national acts as Kelley Hunt, Grinderswitch, Harper, and Dr. John, as well as performing at such events as the Bowlful of Blues festival and Rollin On The River festival. Great music and a great show!


Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Feb. 9, 10 ,11 - "Four Weddings and an Elvis," presented by the Cumberland Rose Players. The house community theatre troup strikes again; by Nancy Frick, produced by special arrangment with Baker's Plays. Comedy set in a Vegas wedding chapel. (For mature audiences). Friday, 7 pm; Sunday, 2 pm, $15. Saturday dinner theater, 6 pm, $25 must be purchased in advance (due Wed, Feb. 7) Buy Tickets Now.


Saturday, Mar. 24 - Colleen Raye: Girl Singers of the Hit Parade. 7 p.m. This tribute to female vocalists of the 1950s pays homage to Rosemary Clooney, Patti Page, Peggy Lee and more. Great music, laughter and a trip down memory lane.

Check back soon for more shows and events