Events

Thursday
June 3-October
City Park MarketFarmers, craft and vendor market in the Greenfield City Park. Weekly activities including live music, games, demonstrations, giveaways and more.
3:30-6:30 PMGreenfield City Park
Friday
June 4-Oct. 6
Pizza on the PrairieEvery Friday Night! Hand-crafted brick oven pizza, sides, desserts & signature drinks + live music, yard games, and a walking trail through a 9-acre prairie with five permanent art sculptures. Advance tickets required wallace.org

Named Outstanding Event: Rural by Iowa Tourism
5:00-9:00 PMHenry A. Wallace Country Life Center
Daily
June 5-October 1
Prairie Art Outdoor Exhibit75+ prairie art paintings from artists of all ages and skill levels are displayed in the prairie. This year’s theme is “Prairie Creatures Great & Small.” Free admission.
Down to DuskHenry A. Wallace Country Life Center
Daily
July 2-July 30
Gallery Exhibit: Wolfe 3 GenerationLinda Wolfe taught art for 30 years in the Nodaway Valley School District. She and her daughter and granddaughter have created a collective exhibit of their work.

The WCC Lobby Gallery is FREE and open to the public during WCC events and regular business hours.
During events and regular business hoursWarren Cultural Center on the Greenfield Square
Thursday
July 29
Show & ShineJoin us at the City Park Market and show off your cars!! All cars welcome!
Tiger Drive-in will be serving hamballs on a stick from 4:00 until they run out.
4:00-6:30 PMGreenfield City Park
Friday
July 30
60th AnniversaryTiger Drive-in in Greenfield celebrates 60 years with some throwback prices and an open invitation to classic cars.
3:00 PMTiger Drive-in – Greenfield
Sunday
August 1
Malvern Bank Super Late ModelsAlso running stock cars, sport mods, hobby stocks, outlaw mini mods, dirt trucks and micro sprints. Hall of Fame Voting Night. Hot Labs at 6:00 with racing to follow Admission info
6:00Stuart International Speedway
Stuart
Wednesday
August 4
Birding with a NaturalistLake Orient has a wide variety of birds that live there. Participants can expect a birding presentation and a hike to identify different species of birds. Hosted by Adair County Conservation Board. FREE
6:00 PMLake Orient
Thursday
August 5
Pelts and SkullsThe naturalist will give a brief lesson about Iowa’s mammals. Attendees will get to participate in activities including skull ID, fur ID, and more! FREE
4:30 PMLake Orient
Thursday
August 5
Art in the ParkArt in the Park is back! Many art forms can be nature-inspired. For this Art in the Park, the focus will be creating art from nature. This program is free and we encourage you to RSVP for supply availability.
6:00 PMLake Orient
Friday
August 6
Nature TotsFor this Nature Tots, tots will be introduced to animal furs. Animal furs will provide a sensory-rich program for tots. Other activities to expect to include a book, coloring, and a game. Hosted by Adair County Conservation Board. FREE
5:30 PMMormon Trail Lake Park
Friday
August 6
Nature TrailsEnjoy an evening hike with our naturalist in two sessions.
Session 1: 8:00 pm – 9:30 pm
Session 2: 9:45 pm – 11:00 pm
Each session will investigate what Mormon Trail has to offer in the late evening and nighttime. FREE
8:00 PM and 9:45 PMMormon Trail Lake Park
Saturday
August 7
Life Under the SurfaceA pond ecosystem is very complex. It contains many types of life below the surface that many do not see. Come learn about what lives under the surface at Mormon Trail Pond in a pond study program with our naturalist. Nets, microscopes, and other tools will be available for attendees to use. All equipment must be returned after the program is over. It is strongly encouraged that participants wear foot protection. Water shoes, flip flops, crocs, and old tennis shoes are great examples of foot coverage. Please contact the ACCB for any questions. FREE
10:00 AMMormon Trail Lake Park
Saturday
August 7
Afternoon with a NaturalistCome spend an afternoon with the Adair County Conservation Board naturalist in the outdoors at Ken Sidey Nature Area. Ken Sidey has 3 miles of trails available to hike. After the hike, there will be a craft and outdoor activities. FREE
1:30 – 4:00 PMKen Sidey Nature Area
Greenfield
Saturday
August 7
Dave MooreOne of the great songwriters to come out of the state of Iowa, he has become a legend, known for his elegant songwriting and instrumental prowess on blues guitar, button accordion and harmonica. Tickets
7:00 PMWarren Cultural Center – on the Greenfield Square
Friday
August 13
Light up the LakeLight up your canoe or kayak and join the fun. Hosted by Adair County Conservation Board. Safety requirements and details.
8:00 PMLake Orient
Orient
Friday
August 20
The JumbiesA fusion of Caribbean, funk, and Afro-Cuban rhythms in a high-energy performance guaranteed to take you to paradise! Tickets.
7:30 PMWarren Cultural Center – on the Greenfield Square
Wednesday
August 25
Field DayDrop in for a free tour of our new Demonstration Corn Plot with 5 historic varieties that were important in the commercial development of hybrid corn, one of Henry A. Wallace’s legacies. Ice tea, lemonade and popcorn provided by Farmers Electric Co-op, Greenfield. Corn plot supported by Pioneer & Corteva.
1:00-5:00 PMHenry A. Wallace Country Life Center
Friday-Sunday
August 27-29
Orient Pumpkin DaysAnnual community celebration. Watch for details on their Facebook page

The Orient Pumpkin Day’s Car, Truck and Tractor Show is a show and shine event. Prizes will not be awarded. This is just for fun. Saturday, August 28, 1-3 PM in the Orient-Macksburg School parking lots.
all dayDowntown Orient
Saturday
August 28
Wings Fly-in/Drive-in and Iowa Aviation Hall of Fame InductionOmelet Breakfast (price includes museum admission) and program honoring the 2021 Hall of Fame inductees.
7:30 – 11:00 AMiowa Aviation Museum
Greenfield Airport
Saturday
August 28
Richie Lee & the Fabulous 50sA returning WCC favorite, this time for a good old-fashioned sock hop. Tickets.
7:00 PMWarren Cultural Center – on the Greenfield Square
Saturday
August 28
Music on Main & Car ShowCelebrate Summer with Music and Classic Cars. Local food vendors at 5:30 and musical prelude 6:00. Local businesses will offer boxed meal options, ice cream, desserts, drinks, popcorn and MORE! The Main Show at starts at 6:30, and is followed by live music with Brick’n Bob at KC’s Tavern into the night. Use downtown street parking, side streets or your front porch. Feel free to tailgate or picnic. Bring your own lawn chairs or just sit in your vehicle. Dance in the street!!! Bring your best ride!!!
5:30 PMDowntown Main Street Bridgewater
Wednesday
September 15
Bridgewater Night OutMeal, activities, and social time with good neighbors.
6:00 – 8:00 PMBridgewater City Park
Saturday
October 2
Downtown Bridgewater Everything SaleSidewalk sale, junk sale, trunk sale, table sale, bake sale, craft sale. You name it, it’s for sale. Along with the usual breakfast and lunch offerings at the Bridgewater Cafe and live outdoor music at KC’s Tavern.
9:00 AM – 2:00 PMDowntown Bridgewater