Entertainment

Sunday's entertainment at Farmers Mercantile Hall cancelled due to weather

Sunday's show scheduled for January 19th has been cancelled at Farmers Mercantile Hall due to weather concerns and travel issues for some of the musicians.  Stay tuned to their Facebook page for future upcoming shows!

Bringing the Heat to Garrison!

The Cedar River Whalers will join musical forces with Todd Frank and Milwaukee musicians, Larry Bister & Jan Leman to warm things up in January! Come hear some great Americana, originals and Country Music with a concertina twist! Probably a tall tale or two as well!Farmers-Mercantile-HallRefreshments by the Garrison Library!Sunday, January 19th 2:00 pm to 4:30 pmAdmission: $10 children freeEditor's Note: The concerts in Garrison are always a fun way to spend a Sunday afternoon.

In Depth: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood

...if you don't feel just a bit warm and gooey watching this film then you are probably cynical, bitter, or dead. -Julian Wood NOW SHOWING A Beautiful Day in the NeighborhoodFriday, January 3 through Thursday, January 9 at 7 pm ADDED MATINEESSaturday, January 4 at 3 pmSunday, January 5 at 3 pmWednesday, January 8 at 2 pmRated PGRunning Time 108 minutesIn a generous nod to Mister Rogers, 13-15 free tickets are now available at each showing of "A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.

ACT I TO HOLD AUDITIONS FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS

ACT I of Benton County is pleased to announce that we will be holding auditions for our upcoming musical production of Jason Robert Brown’s musical The Last Five Years. Auditions will be held on Sunday January 5th at 3PM and Tuesday January 7th at 7PM at the ACT I Centre located at the old West School.The Last Five Years is a contemporary musical that ingeniously chronicles the 5 year life of a marriage, from meeting to break-up or break-up to meeting depending on how you look at it.

VPRD holds Winter Carnival for area Children on Christmas Vacation

Area children gathered at the skate center for the Winter Carnival enjoying games and winning prizes Area children gathered at the Vinton Skate Center on Saturday to enjoy various carnival games. Tickets for the event were a mere 10 cents. With prices given out in true carnival style, the children had a fun time as they knocked over milk jugs, tried to land penguins on icebergs and went fishing among other activities. Click to view photos

In Depth: Frozen 2

Why was Elsa born with magical powers? The answer is calling her and threatening her kingdom. Together with Anna, Kristoff, Olaf and Sven, she'll set out on a dangerous but remarkable journey. In "Frozen," Elsa feared her powers were too much for the world. In "Frozen 2," she must hope they are enough. NOW SHOWING FROZEN 2FOR TWO WEEKSFriday, December 20 through Thursday, January 2 at 7 pm ADDED MATINEESSaturday, December 21 at 3 pmSunday, December 22 at 3 pmTuesday, December 24 at 2 pmWednesday, December 25 at 2 pmThursday, December 26 at 2 pmSaturday, December 28 at 3 pmWednesday, January 1 at 2 pmRated PGRunning Time 104 minutesWe set a record with Frozen in 2014, which prompted our full use of the ticketing system.

VSHS Choirs perform to Standing Room Only Crowd

To honor the 501st anniversary of Silent Night, the VSHSC performed the original German Stille Nacht The Vinton-Shellsburg High School choirs put a standing-room audience in the holiday spirit Thursday night in the high school auditorium, under the direction of Michala Martin.The Treble Choir began the show with I Will Be The Gladdest Thing featuring a quartet that included Haley Clark, Molly Haisman, Maya Lapan-Islas and Kaelyn Pettyjohn.

Middle School Choirs Perform and Wow the Crowd

Holiday Choral Extravaganza puts the crowd into the Christmas Spirit Director Lois Martin brought her middle school choirs to the Vinton-Shellsburg High School auditorium Thursday night and rocked the sold-out audience.The 6th-graders — in their first ever public performance — opened the night with When Sweet Winter Comes Again and Feliz Navidad featuring Leo Glynn, Jacoby Johnson, Keyan Cook, Cadee Redlinger, Addy Ingram, Mieke Ternus and Vera CelloNext on stage were the 7th-grader who opened with Fum, Fum, Fum which included a flute quartet of Haylee Karr, Celeste Miller, Lena Roy, and Jazmyn Dods.

In Depth: Ford vs. Ferarri

At the heart of the film is a bromance between the legendary car designer Caroll Shelby (Matt Damon, at ease with his character’s confidence) and hotheaded, wisecracking driver Ken Miles (Christian Bale, heavily accented and humorously arrogant). -Tomris Laffly NOW SHOWING Ford vs FerrariFriday, December 13 through Thursday, December 19 at 7 pm Wednesday, December 18 at 2 pmRated PG-13Running Time 152 minutesSet in the 1960s with 2019 technical flair, "Ford vs Ferarri" tells the story of American car designer Carroll Shelby (Damon) and driver Ken Miles (Bale), who battle corporate interference, the laws of physics, and their own personal demons to build a revolutionary race car for Ford and challenge Ferrari at the 24 Hours of Le Mans.

ACT I to present Holiday Variety Show Dec. 7 and 8

Join us this weekend as ACT I celebrates the holidays in style! Presented at the VSHS Auditorium, the show features singing, dancing, and storytelling by ACT I veterans and newcomers of all ages. Snacks will be served by the high school students of Vinton Popcorn, and all seats for the performances are $5 at the door. Performances are Saturday, Dec.
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