Events

Tuesday, April 2

Cultural Impressions: Identities Molded in Clay

Ceramics have fulfilled a variety of needs throughout human history. From simple cooking implements to creative expressions of identity, clay has played an...

Sulkies to Speedways: A Need for Speed in the Cedar Valley

Explore some of the most popular examples of speed in the Cedar Valley over the past 125 years: Tunis Speedway greats like Bob Hilmer, Merlin Benning and...

Whose Land Is This? Native Americans, Europeans and American Perspectives

The Grout Museum of History & Science is the venue for the inaugural display of a traveling exhibit on the contact between Native Americans, European...

Autodadamatica

Autodadamatica features 85 sketchbooks on display that represent 6 years (2012-present) of conceptual Dada and a multitude of surrealist studies that inform...

Science of Surprise

The Science of Surprise by Christa Reuel is on view now at the Waterloo Center for the Arts. This immersive installation of light, reflection, and...

Hawkeye Student Art Show Opening Reception

The 20th annual Hawkeye Community College Student Art Show opening reception in HCC main campus library. Awards will be announced at 7:00pm. The competitive...

Retirement Seminar - Week #1

8-week Retirement Seminar. Presented by Mike Finley, The Crazy Man in the Pink Wig Week #1: How to identify the necessary steps and numbers that can lead to...

We've Got Stories To Tell

Join guest speaker Mardy Holst for stories from Cedar Falls history. Sponsored by the Cedar Falls Historical Society.

Wheel Throwing (Teens/Adults)

Spend a couple hours a week playing with clay. Our instructors will teach you the basics and provide tips on how to advance your craft. Ten pottery wheels...

Friends Evening Book Discussion

This month's selection is The Art of Racing in the Rain by Garth Stein.

Black Hawks Hockey vs Sioux City

Waterloo Black Hawks Hockey team is a member of the United State Hockey League, a league that brings the top high school players to the community and...

Tuesday, April 2