Find out what’s happening in the Warsaw area by browsing through today’s events or search by category, keyword or date range. Warsaw is home to literally hundreds of special events and performances each year. This is the place to find out all the details.
Come to the Round Barn Theatre to see I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change. Visit website for specific dates and show times.
CIMMfest, the Chicago International Movies and Music Festival is a four-day showcase of outstanding films, energetic concerts, lively Q&A’s, daring live score performances and industry panels and presentations.
The Chicago Comic & Entertainment Expo is a comic book and pop culture convention spanning the latest and greatest from the world of comics, movies, television, toys, anime, manga and video games.
Head to the Bristol Opera House to see the murder mystery, Go Back for Murder. Visit website for specific dates and show times.
A group of local market enthusiasts and vendors have come together in a grassroots effort to create an indoor farmers market. Located in the Lincoln Financial Event Center, the market will be out of the elements and open to the public.
The 13th Pennsylvania Regiment of Foote is a local living history group that recreates both military and civilian life in colonial America.
Come to the library to play board games! This group focuses on lesser-known board games.
This club is open to all individuals interested in the game of chess, from beginners to experts.
The Fort Wayne Ballet celebrates the work of Dr. Seuss.
Celebrate Diversity 2017 (formerly the Warsaw Diversity Rally) is now in its fourth year in Warsaw. The program this year includes speakers from in and around the community who will share a brief speech about a personal experience or a resource available. This year’s topics include: Being a Native American in 2017, Avoiding Stigmas Associated with Mental Disorders and Substance Use Disorders, LGBT – Where Do We Go from Here?, Current Legislation that Affects Diversity and Inclusion, The Day in the Life of a Latina, Real Threats to Women’s Rights and Helping Veterans, Folks with PTSD and Special Needs Children (Magical Meadows). There will also be live acoustic music by Marena Moonflower. Attendees are then invited to join in peace march around downtown Warsaw. Children are welcome, but please do not bring your four-legged friends!
Bring a t-shirt and we will help you turn it into a bag! No children under the age 10, please. Any children over the age of 10 must be accompanied by an adult in a 1 to 1 ratio. This class is free, but you must bring your own t-shirt. Please register for this class.
Wagon Wheel Jr. is excited to present their second western show Shakespeare Comes to Calamity Creek.
The public is invited to a non-smoking bingo night. Proceeds from the event benefit local pantries and youth programs.
From the majesty of Baroque and Classical era masterpieces to the daring sounds of our own time, orchestral music is one of the supreme artistic traditions of Western culture.
Based on one of Hans Christen Anderson’s most beloved stories and the classic animated film, Disney’s The Little Mermaid is a beautiful love story for the ages. Visit website for specific dates and show times.
Come to the Lerner Theatre to hear Southern rock band Molly Hatchet and blues artist Davy Knowles.
Featuring the hit songs, “Hungry Eyes,” “Hey Baby,” “Do You Love Me?” and the heart stopping “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life.” London’s Sunday Express says “This crowd-pleasing stage adaptation hits the jackpot!” Show times vary by date.