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.
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.
Every Monday and Tuesday, all ages are invited to join in the fun story time available at the Syracuse Public Library.
Warsaw Community Public Library and the Kosciusko YMCA invite members of the community to this monthly book discussion all about health and wellness-related topics.
This new take on the library’s evening book club will focus on not only books but also their corresponding movies. Come ready to discuss at our informal meetings. Registration is required for this 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.
Bring in your computer questions and issues and leave with answers! We will be in Meeting Room C.
Join in for a 30-minute walk on the Syracuse-Wawasee Trails led by the director of the trails. Set your own pace and enjoy the great outdoors!
More than just baseball, a Fort Wayne TinCaps baseball game is the perfect choice for fun family entertainment.
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.