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.
Kids, ages infant through high school, win prizes for every five hours of reading completed; plus earn extra credit by attending the special events and fun activities planned each week! Details and schedule of events are available at the Youth Services Desk.
Geared for children aged 3-7, Imagination Station is a parent-child program full of activities, crafts, stories and more. Each week features exciting themes for the kids. Don’t miss this fun opportunity!
This annual studio glass showcase will feature three distinct exhibitions including award winners from the 45th Annual International Glass Invitational.
Grandson of the infamous Victor Frankenstein, Frederick Frankenstein inherits his family’s estate in Transylvania. With the help of a hunchbacked sidekick, Igor, and a leggy lab assistant, Inga, Frederick finds himself in the mad scientist shoes of his ancestors. Come see it at the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts.
Come to the Elkhart Civic Theatre to see Big, a musical based on the hit Tom Hanks film. Visit website for specific dates and show times.
Kids of all ages can learn to swim for free this summer. There are a variety of class times available throughout the week. Please look up specific times online and register by the Friday prior to your session week.
Join a group of people who like to write or want to learn how! This group meets monthly to share writings, ideas and encouragement.
Every Monday and Tuesday, all ages are invited to join in the fun story time available at the Syracuse Public Library.
Paddleboards are available for community use. Paddleboards are first-come, first-serve and may be used in timed increments. All equipment and life vests are provided. Participants will be briefed on safety measures prior to paddleboarding and supervised by staff. Come enjoy some time on the lake!
Kids are invited to the Syracuse Public Library each Monday this summer to make a different craft. Don’t miss this chance to be creative!
Read, Eat, and Discuss Book Club is a group for adults that chooses one book per month for all members to read and discuss. Join us!