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In The City of Five Seasons
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In the City of Five Seasons

Events Calendar

Live Music. Art Exhibits. Family-Friendly Festivals.

Out of an abundance of caution due to COVID-19, many community events (even some that may still be listed) may be postponed or canceled. Please check with individual event organizers for more details.

Throughout the year, you'll find a number of festivals and events to entertain all ages, residents and visitors alike.

Art, culture, music, recreation and food festivals pay tribute to the area's rich heritage and Iowa traditions.

From walking tours to marathons, from live local music to national touring superstars, and from blockbuster art exhibitions to local craft fairs, find all the details right here!

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End of the Rainbow

Oct

1

2020

With a six week booking at London’s Talk of the Town in 1968, Judy Garland is firmly set for a comeback. The failed marriages, the suicide attempts and addictions are now behind her. With new…

Scarecrow Trail

Oct

1

2020

Travel the Amana Colonies trail through the 7 villages and find as many scarecrows as you can. Maps are available at the Amana Colonies Convention and Visitor's Bureau.

<p>Want to feel better? So does acclaimed solo artist Megan Gogerty. In this theatre/video hybrid premiere, commissioned exclusively for Theatre Cedar Rapids, comedian and playwright Megan Gogerty (FEAST, Lady Macbeth and Her Pal, Megan) attempts to jolly herself out of her pandemic-fueled funk, but reality keeps getting in her way.  A political and heartfelt comedy that reminds us misery may love company, but company needs to keep a distance. — A WORLD PREMIERE!</p>

Feel Better

Oct

2

2020

This once-in-a-lifetime event has been professionally produced and recorded by TCR for an exclusive online showing on October 2 and 3, 2020 at 7:30 p.m.For guaranteed access to Feel…

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