Weekend in Winterset, January 10th-13th, 2019

Great Citizens

This week the Covered Bridge Quilters donated their 10,000th quilt to Mercy Children’s Hospital & Clinics’ neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). The group started making quilts for NICU babies 23 years ago when Luella Fairholm’s (second from right) grandson was a baby in the NICU. Since then, the group has averaged 700-900 quilts each year. What amazing work being done by the Covered Bridge Quilters!

This Weekend

Breakfast with the WHS Dance Team

Saturday • 1/12 • 6:30 – 11:00 am
Winterset High School Cafeteria

Pancake Breakfast

Saturday • 1/12 • 7:00 – 11:00 am
American Legion Green Rogers Hall (221 N 1st Ave)

Mary Poppins Returns & White Nights

Coming up at the Iowa Theater

Huge Mary Poppins fans ourselves, we’re pretty excited that Mary Poppins Returns is hitting The Iowa this weekend!

Now an adult with three children, bank teller Michael Banks learns that his house will be repossessed in five days unless he can pay back a loan. His only hope is to find a missing certificate that shows proof of valuable shares that his father left him years earlier. Just as all seems lost, Michael and his sister receive the surprise of a lifetime when Mary Poppins—the beloved nanny from their childhood—arrives to save the day and take the Banks family on a magical, fun-filled adventure. PG / 2 hr, 10

Coming Soon

Dance Workshop with Nick Anthony

Tuesday • 1/15 • 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Winterset Ballet & Dance Studio

Yoga with the Quilts

Thursday • 1/17 • 5:15 pm
Iowa Quilt Museum

Greet the new year with yoga among the quilts at the beautiful and historic Iowa Quilt Museum. IQM board member Deb Orhn will lead a relaxing session of restorative yoga, followed by a social time and a chance to sample several nutritious snacks (with recipes provided) to keep your 2019 health goals on track! Tickets for the session are $20 (all proceeds support the Iowa Quilt Museum) and space is limited so you are encouraged to register in advance using THIS LINK.

Sunday Crafternoon • Painting with Wool, Needle Felted Art

Sunday • 1/20 • 2:00 – 4:00 pm
Madhaüs Gallery at Covered Bridges Winery

Robin Paul of Madhaüs Gallery is taking up residence at Covered Bridges Winery for a series of Sunday Crafternoon workshops. In this Painting with Wool session, students will create a small frameable art piece with the craft of needle felting. This is safe for all ages and registration is $35 per person. Take advantage of this special class rate and purchase tickets in advance using THIS LINK. Beverages and snacks will be available for purchase while you create your masterpiece.

Night Hike to Clark’s Tower

Tuesday • 1/22 • 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Madison County Conservation Board

When the leaves are missing from the trees, the view from the top of Clark’s Tower extends over the Middle River Valley. This means, January is the perfect time to hike to the top of the tower using the natural light from an almost full moon. Hikers will meet at the Madison County Conservation Board Office at 6:00 pm before heading across the road to Middle River Park and hiking to the top of Clark’s Tower. Should the weather seem a little more wintery by then, hot chocolate will be served in the conservation board office after the hike. This is a family friendly hike open to people of all ages. It may be hard to join up with the group once we depart from the office so pre-registration is requested by not required. To pre-register, contact the conservation board office at 515-462-3536 or e-mail naturalist@madisoncountyparks.org.

Sip, Stich, Knit & View

Saturday • 1/26 • Noon – 4:00 pm
Covered Bridges Winery, Piece Works Quilt Shop, Heartland Fiber, Iowa Quilt Museum

Join Covered Bridges Winery, Piece Works Quilt Shop, Heartland Fiber, and the Iowa Quilt Museum for a unique wine pairing event. Visit all four locations to try a variety of Covered Bridges Wines paired with a food that brings out the best flavors in each wine. Along with the wine pairings you will be able to shop specials, view exquisite fiber pieces at the Iowa Quilt Museum, and enjoy a fun shopping experience. Shake off the winter blues from noon to 4:00 pm on Saturday, January 26th.

Adult Co-Ed Volleyball League

Wednesdays • 1/30 – 4/7
Winterset Jr. High Gym
Registration closes Friday, January 11th

Men and women 18 years and up and out of high school are invited to participate in the adult co-ed volleyball league sponsored by the Winterset Parks & Recreation Department. Three men and three women make up a team and the team fee is $125. Register at THIS LINK by January 11th.

Father Daughter Sweetheart Dance

Friday • 2/8 • 6:30 – 9:00 pm
Jackson Building on the Fairgrounds
Registration closes Friday, January 18th

Kindergarten through 4th grade girls plus their fathers, grandfathers, uncles, etc. are invited for evening of music, dancing and fun. A local photographer will be on hand to take pictures (additional charge). Space is limited to 150 young ladies so register early! Fee is $30.00 per couple and $10.00 per additional daughter. Register at THIS LINK by January 18th.

Thank you for reading The Winterset Citizen. All community announcements are provided at no charge, courtesy of the following sponsors:

American State Bank
Anchored Walls
Angel Wings & CT
Ben Franklin
Blanchard Family Dentistry
Bridges Financial Associates
Covered Bridge Realty
Farmers & Merchants State Bank
Farm Bureau FS, Scot Clark
Homefront Real Estate
The Iowa Theater
Johnson Insurance
John Wayne Birthplace Museum
Judge Lewis House
Lowe Chiropractic Clinic
Madhaus Gallery
Madison County Health Care System
Madison County Historical Society
McGowen Hurst Clark Smith
Medicap Pharmacy
Midwest Heritage Bank
Montross Pharmacy
Pine Creek Ltd.
State Farm, Charlotte Speer
Union State Bank
Village Bootery
Winterset Ballet & Dance Studio
Winterset Optimist Club
Winterset Parks & Recreation Department

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