Events

Friday, August 2

98th Annual Cedar Falls Bible Conference

The Cedar Falls Bible Conference is one of America’s longest continuing annual Bible conferences (the 100th will be held in 2021). They are committed to...

Iowa Irish Fest

The Cedar Valley Irish Cultural Associationis holds Annual Iowa Irish Fest in and around the Lincoln Park area including East 4th and Mulberry Streets in...

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...

Temperance & Turmoil: The Story of Prohibition and the Great Depression in Iowa

Rural Iowa felt the impact of financial instability in the 1920s long before bank runs became common. By the early 1930s the focus was on struggling farm...

Weekly Wonders: 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11

Join Imaginarium staff as we celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon! Find out the type of training astronauts endured before...

Whose Land Is This? Native American, European 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...

Formal/Informal: Innovations in Portraiture

Formal/ Informal explores the definition of portraiture, comparing that formal term to the compositions created by photographers. During the 19th century,...

The Mask of Lincoln

The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) has developed a special poster exhibition of the National Portrait Gallery exhibition, One...

Travis Gingerich: Parables in Clay

The Hearst is pleased to present new and recent figural works in stoneware by Travis Gingerich. Ceramics lab technician and instructor at the Hearst Center,...

Al-Anon Family Group: Free to Be Me

Al-Anon Family Groups is a mutual support program for people whose lives have been affected by someone else's drinking. By sharing common experiences and...

Paddle in the Park

Paddle in the Park is an annual program series that is held at the canoe/kayak launch at Hickory Hills Park in LaPorte City, Iowa. Naturalists from Black...

Flashback Friday

All your favorite throwback songs in one night!

Friday, August 2