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Public Art Display in Dysart

By Vinton Today · May 21st, 2019
The Vision Dysart Committee is pleased to announce the completion of The Great Dysart Gorge and the Dysart Vortex. The Gorge, a 250' anamorphic illusion that intentionally distorts perspective to give the appearance of dimension is painted on Main Street. The giant Vortex, measuring 50’ long is painted in the intersection of Wilson and Main Streets.

The Middle School Fine Arts Night was held last night at the Vinton-Shellsburg Middle School. The all-school art show featured artwork from each middle school student. The students are instructed by Mrs. Kari Russler. The Fine Arts Night Concert was held in the middle school gymnasium. Each of the middle school bands and choirs performed to the enjoyment of the audience.

Middle School Fine Arts Night will be Tuesday, May 14 at the V-S Middle School

By Vinton-Shellsburg Community Schools · May 13th, 2019
Middle School Fine Arts Night will be Tuesday, May 14 at the Vinton-Shellsburg Middle School. The all-school art show will be set-up in the student center featuring work from each middle school student. You may view the display from 5 pm to the completion of the concert. The students are instructed by Mrs.

Union High School’s “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” production wins a school record 11 statewide awards for 2nd year in a row. Union High School’s spring musical production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” recently was informed by the Iowa High School Musical Theatre Awards that they are the recipients of 11 awards for this year’s production.

Act I to bring "Lost in Yonkers" to The Palace

By ACT I Of Benton County · May 8th, 2019
ACT I of Benton County’s spring production is the comic drama Lost in Yonkers by Neil Simon. The play is about a dysfunctional family consisting of a mother and her four adult children living in Yonkers, New York during World War Two. Grandma Kurnitz, matriarch of the family, is a German Jewish immigrant who moved to America with her husband and six children after World War I.

Vanished: A Victorian Tale performed by area Homeschoolers

By Valerie Close, Editor · May 6th, 2019
Vanished: A Victorian Tale was an intriguing play about a missing princess and the plot to save her life. The cast of the show included students from two local school districts that participate in the homeschool program. Both Vinton-Shellsburg and Benton Community homeschoolers team up for the Spring production each year.

VSHS Music to hold Year End Concert May 13

By Vinton-Shellsburg Community Schools · May 6th, 2019
Friday was a great day for the VSHS Music Department. All three choirs and the band traveled to West Delaware High School where they participated in the State Large Group Festival. All ensembles performed wonderfully and received the ratings to show it! Treble Choir received a II (Excellent) and Concert Choir, Chamber Choir, and Symphonic Band all received I's (Superior).

Joe & Vicki Price~ Playin' The Blues in Garrison

By Vinton Today · May 5th, 2019
Joe & Vicki Price play a "rough and tumble" version of the blues that will take you back in time. Be ready for some fantastic slide guitar and vocals that sound like they come from a 1920's speakeasy. Joe and Vicki are both in the Iowa Blues Hall of Fame. Joe was inducted in 2002 and Vicki was inducted last year! You will see why! They put on a great show! http://www.

The homeschool programs of both Vinton Shellsburg and Benton Community join forces each year for an annual play production. This year the play is called, "Vanished-A Victorian Tale."Performances are Friday evening, May 3 at 7:00 p.m. and Sunday afternoon May 5th at 3:00 p.m.Admission is $1 for all ages (or leave a freewill donation greater than that amount and they will appreciate the extra help!)The play will be shown at the Tilford Elementary School Auditorium in Vinton.

Act I to bring "Lost in Yonkers" to The Palace

By ACT I Of Benton County · April 29th, 2019
ACT I of Benton County’s spring production is the comic drama Lost in Yonkers by Neil Simon. The play is about a dysfunctional family consisting of a mother and her four adult children living in Yonkers, New York during World War Two. Grandma Kurnitz, matriarch of the family, is a German Jewish immigrant who moved to America with her husband and six children after World War I.

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