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 for the yearly production of Plain and Fancy. A New Yorker and his sophisticated girlfriend drive down around Lancaster, Pennsylvania, to sell a piece of property. Here they meet Amish folk, whose convoluted English speech, clothes and habits haven’t changed for centuries. The clash of cultures educates and entertains at the same time in this quaint musical comedy. Visit website for specific dates and show times.
This annual studio glass showcase will feature three distinct exhibitions including award winners from the 45th Annual International Glass Invitational.
In its heyday, the “Old Smokey Country Store” was more than a mountain-top general store…its porch was the scene of Saturday night musical jamborees that rivaled the Grand Ole Opry. Now in a state of complete disrepair and facing foreclosure, Emma enlists the help of hilariously comedic friends Jinks, Olive and Cordelia, Olive’s daughter, to help return “Old Smokey” to its former glory days. Through the trials, laughs and joyful songs Emma and her friends rediscover their true love for tradition, friendship and family.
Youth and adult classes including gymnastics, swim lessons, group exercise, water aerobics and cycling are available. Registration opens August 21st. Classes run from September 5, 2017 through October 29, 2017.
Winner of three 2009 Tony Awards and the 2010 Pulitzer Prize, Next to Normal explores how a suburban household copes with crisis and mental illness. Come see it at the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts.
The Auburn Cord Duesenberg Festival celebrates antique cars. Check out the parade, auction, cruise-ins and much more at this annual event.
This annual festival is all about pushing boundaries. It brings together daring theatre goers with emerging performing artists from around the world. With 200 performances to choose from, the Chicago Fringe Festival offers something for everyone.
Join hundreds of thousands in celebrating Chicago’s rich jazz history in this free event, the first of which began as a tribute to Duke Ellington in 1974. Currently the largest, free festival of its kind in the world, the Chicago Jazz Festival regularly draws top names in the genre.
Bluegrass musicians from the tri-state area convene each year at this popular music festival.
Celebrate the long Labor Day weekend at Amish Acres Historic Farm & Heritage Resort. Bring the family to the farm for the day or the weekend, either way you’ll head home refreshed and relaxed.
Head to Ligonier to join in on this festival that celebrates the city’s history as a manufacturer of marshmallows!
Head over to Plymouth for the annual Blueberry Festival! This event includes music, an auto show, a carnival and a variety of blueberry food items!
The Great American Lobster Fest is the Midwest’s largest lobster and seafood festival. Enjoy live lobster flown in fresh, live music, family-friendly games and activities, shopping and food vendors!
Every Friday, Brower Park is transformed into a farmer’s market! Be sure to check out all of the local produce available. Support our local farmers and artisans!
Goshen’s VolksFest is an evening full of the things we love most: people (volks is German for people), local food and beer, shopping, live music, family activities and groovy Volkswagens!
On the first Friday of every month throughout the year, downtown businesses host special events with extended hours, entertainment and shopping specials. Every month features a special theme with entertainment and activities for the whole family. Todd Herendeen returns as the center stage act. Check out his impeccable impressions of some of music’s greatest!
More than just baseball, a Fort Wayne TinCaps baseball game is the perfect choice for fun family entertainment.
One of the most masterful voices in Country Music today, GENE WATSON still sings in the same key as 30 years ago and continues to prove why he is rightly referred to as “The Singer’s Singer”. His powerful voice and multi-octave range allows him to sing some of the most challenging songs with an ease that comes from pure, natural talent as well as many years performing onstage.