Weekend in Winterset • June 13


Winterset Community Band Lawn Chair Night

Thursday • June 13 • 6:00 meal, 7:00 concert
Madison County Historical Complex

The Winterset Community Band continues with their weekly concerts tonight. The Madison County Democrats will start serving pork loin sandwiches at 6:00 and the music will begin at 7:00.

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This Weekend

Free Viewing of Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory

Friday • June 14 • 10:00am
The Iowa Theater

Children ages 6-11 are welcome to join a library staff person to view the classic version of Willy Wonka & The Chocolate Factory at the Iowa Theater.

Inside Out 2

June 14 & 15, 7:00pm • June 16, 2:00pm
The Iowa Theater

I’m so excited for this movie! I saw a preview for it months ago and have been anxiously awaiting it ever since. EEEK!

Joy, Sadness, Anger, Fear and Disgust have been running a successful operation by all accounts. However, when Anxiety shows up, they aren’t sure how to feel. Rated PG, 1 hr 36 min

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Farmer’s Market

Saturday • June 15 • 8:00 – Noon
Monumental Park (next to the library)

Anyplace But Here, Sheriff Tony Thompson

Saturday • June 15 • 10:00am
Winterset Public Library

Sheriff Tony Thompson of Black Hawk County will be at the library on Friday morning to discuss and sign copies of his 2023 book, Anyplace But Here, which is about the uncomfortable convergence between mental illness and the criminal justice system.

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The Taste of Things

Sunday • June 16 • 5:30pm
Sunday Movie Club at The Iowa Theater

The actors who play the principal characters in “The Taste of Things,” Juliette Binoche and Benoit Magimel, were actually married in real life for a number of years. The film, which won the award for Best Director at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival, screens at the Iowa Theater Sunday at 5:30. Total running time is 2:15. The dialogue is in French, with English subtitles.

Set in France in 1889, “The Taste of Things” centers on the relationship between Eugenie (Binoche), an esteemed cook, and Monsieur Dodin, the gourmet she has served for twenty years. The two have a synergy in the kitchen that creates mouthwatering and innovative culinary treats for Dodin and his fellow gourmands. As viewers watch the multi-course meals being prepared using nineteenth century techniques (like a wood fired oven), they can almost smell the food! The film is at times almost like a documentary of vintage French cooking methods.

The relationship between Eugenie and Dodin, which is already romantic, deepens when she has a bout of ill health. Dodin, who has asked Eugenie to marry him several times over the years, begins cooking for the beautiful woman who has cooked for him and his friends for so long, and proposes to her once again.

The screening is part of the Iowa Theater’s Sunday Movie Club, which offers once-a-month opportunities to view thought-provoking films. Membership costs $75 per year for the 12-movie series, but anyone can attend by purchasing a ticket for $8. Sunday Movie Club screenings include a brief, optional discussion following the credit roll. The book-club-like conversations are variously facilitated by theater staff, board members, and club members.

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Next Week

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Wednesday • June 19 • 7:00pm
Way Back Wednesday at The Iowa Theater

The intrepid explorer Indiana Jones sets out to rescue his father, a medievalist who has vanished while searching for the Holy Grail. Following clues in the old man’s notebook, Indy arrives in Venice, where he enlists the help of a beautiful academic, but they are not the only ones who are on the trail, and some sinister old enemies soon come out of the woodwork. 1989, PG-13, 2hr 7min

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WASC & Menace Soccer Camp

June 17-20 • 6:00-8:00pm
Winterset Area Soccer Club

Sign up for this summer soccer camp at: https://menacesoccer.sportngin.com/register/form/425129665

Mixed Media Mashup

June 18-20 • 10:30am-12:00pm
Winterset Art Center

During this three-day workshop, students will experiment with different art techniques and mediums. Projects will include, acrylic sun, watercolor note cards, painted rocks, and magnets. The fee is $45, and all supplies are provided to create four projects.
This is for students in fourth grade and up. Register at: https://winterset-art-center.square.site/s/shop

Movies in the Park: The Lion King

Sunday • June 21 • 8:30pm(ish)
Winterset City Park

Bring your candy and popcorn and a comfy seat to enjoy a Disney classic under the stars. (Look closely at the stars and you might even see the kings of the past!) The movie will start at dusk, which will be around 8:30.

Yoga in the Park

Saturday • June 22 • 9:00am
Winterset City Park

Yoga is a great way to start off your day! Join Colleen from Fit & Fierce at the park for a free yoga session!

Adult Summer Pickleball

Sundays starting June 23

Spend your Sunday evenings playing some pickleball this summer! Time is running out so grab your doubles partner and get registered today.

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Planning Ahead!

Musical Theater Camp

June 25-27 • 9am-Noon
The Winterset Stage & Madison County Music Co.

Step into the spotlight to sing and dance! This Musical Theater/Show Choir camp is a collaboration between The Winterset Stage and Madison County Music Co. Students will enjoy three fun-filled mornings learning a handful of musical theater songs complete with choreography and a little dialogue to tie it all together. Find all the details, and the scholarship application, on The Winterset Stage’s website.

Madison County Women’s Giving Circle

Tuesday • June 25 • 6:30pm
USB Community Room, 611 Hwy 92

The no-more-than-an-hour meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. and end at 7:30 p.m.  Arrive anytime after 5:30 p.m. if you wish to socialize before the meeting. 

Anyone who might be interested in joining or learning more about MCWGC is welcome to attend. Members are women who either live in  (or have ties to) Madison County and wish to support women and children in need who live in the County.

Local charitable 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profits or other qualifying tax-exempt organizations who wish to present information about their projects for supporting women and children in Madison County should arrive by 6:15 p.m. to register for presenting.  We ask that each applicant provide a brief description of their project; their tax-exempt status; plus an email address and telephone number where they may be reached. Three organizations will be selected (by drawing) to present at the meeting and each will be allocated 4 minutes to present and 4 minutes to answer member’s questions.  One non-profit will be selected by vote, after the presentations, to receive this quarter’s donations. If more than 3 non-profits wish to present, the rest will each have 2 minutes to talk about their project.

RAGBRAI Adopt-a-Rider Event

Wednesday • June 26 • 6:00pm
Winterset City Park, South Shelter

RAGBRAI will be in Winterset in just 6 weeks, and many riders are in need of a place to stay when they get here. There are currently over 100 RAGBRAI groups in search of overnight accommodations when they roll into town next month, and we need your help to host them!

Join the RAGBRAI committee on Wednesday, June 26, at 6:00pm. at the Winterset City Park South Shelter for a fun evening of adopting groups in need, picking one that fits best with what you’d like to offer. From couples to small groups, there is a team that will be the perfect fit for you! Hosts are only asked to provide what they can, and what they feel comfortable with, to the rider groups. Some teams are only seeking green lawn space, while others would prefer to have access to a shower and restroom. But it’s totally up to the host!

Youth Fishing

Tuesday • July 9 • 6-7:30pm
Cedar Lake

Kids of all ages are welcome to join the Madison County Conservation for their youth fishing nights. Bring your pole or borrow one of theirs (supplies limited). Bait is provided.

2024 Youth Fishing Nights are July 9, July 23, Aug 6 & Aug 20. All kids must be accompanied by a licensed adult. Fishing licenses are required for anyone age 16+. 

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