Events

Daily
May 1-29
Gallery Exhibit: Nodaway Valley Schools Art ProgramThe 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
Wednesday
May 11
History Lesson Lunch: Bees & CloverEnjoy a farm-to-table lunch and connect to interesting agricultural stories. Edited from 1895 to 1933 by 3 generations of Henry Wallaces, Wallaces’ Farmer was an essential resource for farm families across Iowa and the Midwest. This program includes excerpts from reader letters and editorials that will prompt reminiscences and discussions around your table. Today’s topic is Bees & Clover. Tickets
11:30 AM – 1 PMWallace Farm
Orient
Wednesday
May 25
Garden Classroom: BlueberriesBeth McGeough, owner of Edge of the Woods Berry Farm in Indianola, will cover “Blueberries”. Please note that this session will be hands-on and mostly outdoors, so please dress for the weather. 1.5 Master Gardener Continuing Ed credit is available for attending this program. Dessert and a beverage is included. Tickets
2-4:00 PM
Wallace Farm
Orient
Sunday-Monday
May 29-30
The Whole Hog 50Sunday – IMCA Stock Car Prelims, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA SportMods, IMCA Sport Compacts , IMCA Mod Lites, & Outlaw Mini Mods
Monday – IMCA Stock Car Features, IMCA Modifieds, IMCA SportMods, IMCA Hobby Stocks, Outlaw Mini Mods, & Midwest Micros Sprints
Gates open at 5, hot laps at 7 with racing to follow.

5:00 PMStuart International Speedway
Stuart
Friday
June 3
Greenfield Chamber/Main Street Golf OutingAnnual golf outing to support Greenfield Chamber/Main Street.
10:00 tee timeGreenfield Golf & Country Club
Friday
June 3
ELVIS Rock N Remember Tribute ShowJoseph Hall returns with his popular Elvis show. Tickets
7:00 PMWarren Cultural Center on the Greenfield Square
Daily
June-September
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 “Roots & Wings.” Free admission.
Dawn to DuskWallace Farm
Orient
Friday-Sunday
June 3-5
Free Fishing WeekendIowa residents can try fishing without buying a license as part of the Iowa Department of Natural Resources’ (DNR) free fishing weekend. All other regulations remain in place.
All DayAll Adair County Lakes and Ponds
Saturday
June 4
Youth Fishing ClinicEnjoy Iowa’s free fishing weekend by joining us at Lake Orient for the Youth Fishing Clinic. Registration starts at 8 a.m. and is free to kids of all ages. Door prizes will be awarded and lunch will be provided for all participants. For more information, please call the Adair CCB at 641-743-6450. 
8:00 AMLake Orient Recreation Area
Friday
June 3-September 30
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 PMWallace Farm
Orient
Thursday
June 16 – October
City Park MarketFarmers, craft and vendor market in the Greenfield City Park. Weekly activities including live music, games, demonstrations, giveaways and more.
5:00 PMGreenfield City Park
Saturday
June 4
Scoop the LoopCars, cars and more cars. Some see the machines!
5:00 – 10:00 PMDowntown Stuart
Saturday
June 4
Mud BogsTrucks, mud and Lion’s Club Lemonade. More details to come.
TBDAdair County Fair Grounds
Greenfield
Friday-Saturday
June 10-11
Western Skies WeekendShop, eat/drink and experience some of the best spots in Adair and Guthrie counties. More info
10:00 AM – 4:00 PMVarious Locations
Saturday
June 10
United States Air Force Band of Mid-America – Shades of BlueClassic sounds, big band, contemporary jazz, original compositions. FREE. Get your free ticket here.
7:00 PMWarren Cultural Center on the Greenfield Square
Wednesday-Thursday
June 15-16
Nature ExplorersHiking, outdoor games, insect collecting, crafts. Part of the Adair County Conservation Summer Camp series. For grades K-2.
9:00 AM – NoonKen Sidey Nature Area and Mormon Trail Lake
Thursday-Friday
June 16-17
Enchanted Forest and WaterDay 1 – Explore the forest. Day 2 – Explore the Water. Part of the Adair County Conservation Summer Camp series. For Preschoolers. Parents are encouraged to attend.
1:20 – 3:30 PMMormon Trail Lake
Bridgewater
Thursday-Sunday
June 16-19
Adair Sesquicentennial CelebrationFour days of Fun, Community and History. Parade 10:30 AM Saturday. Details
Varies by eventDowntown Adair
Adair City Park
Adair-Casey School
Friday-Saturday
June 17-18
Stuart Good Egg DaysAnnual community celebration. Games, food, fun. Street dance Friday night.
Varies by eventStuart
Saturday
June 18
Bridgewater Round-up DaysAnnual event in downtown Bridgewater with meal and local entertainment and games.
TBDBridgewater
Saturday
June 18
David Casas – MagicianExperience mind-blowing magic, hilarious family friendly comedy, and plenty of audience participation. Adults $15/students FREE (HS and under). Warren Cultural Center Locals & Legends series. Tickets
7:00 PMWarren Cultural Center on the Greenfield Square
Monday
June 20
Geocaching & OrienteeringCampers learn about the art of Geocaching and Orienteering. Part of the Adair County Conservation Summer Camp series. For grades 3-5.
4:00 PMKen Sidey Nature Area
Greenfield
Friday-Sunday
June 24-26
Cumberland Rose Players – New Kid on the BlockThe Warren Cultural Center house theater company takes the stage with a show that is guaranteed to produce laughs, laughs and more laughs. Ticket info coming.
Times Vary Warren Cultural Center
Greenfield Historic Public Square
Sunday-Monday
July 3-4
4th of July CelebrationThe communities of Greenfield, Fontanelle and Massena partner to honor Independence Day each year. This year the celebration will be held in Greenfield with fun for young and old taking place on the Greenfield Historic Public Square and Lake Greenfield. More details to come!!
all dayGreenfield
TBD
Go WildCampers will spend an afternoon kayaking and learning the importance of aquatic lake life. Part of the Adair County Conservation Summer Camp series. For grades 9-12.

TBD
Lake Orient
TBD
Nature SurvivalistThe ins and outs of surviving in the wilderness. Campers will build shelters, build a fire and use GPS, then put their skills to the test in a survival scenario game. Part of the Adair County Conservation Summer Camp series. For grades 6-8.
TBDTBD
Sunday-Wednesday
July 10-13
XR Super Late Model SeriesSport Mods, SLMR, Stock Cars, Modifieds. Gates open at 5, hot laps at 7 with racing to follow.
5:00 PMStuart International Speedway
Stuart
Wednesday-Sunday
July 20-24
Adair County FairOne of the best county fairs around! Schedule
DailyAdair County Fairgrounds
Greenfield
Saturday
July 30
Hot Tamale & the Red HotsOne of Central Iowa’s premiere blues bands makes a return appearance to WCC. Guaranteed a good time and good music. Adults $15/students FREE (HS and under). Warren Cultural Center Locals & Legends series. Tickets
7:00 PMWarren Cultural Center on the Greenfield Square
Saturday
August 6
Mud BogsTrucks, mud and Lion’s Club Lemonade. More details to come.
TBDAdair County Fairgrounds
Greenfield
Friday-Sunday
September 9-11
Early Wheels of Iowa Swap MeetTons and tons of items to swap – automotive and more.

Look for city-wide garage sales in Greenfield, along with the Antique Rendezvous & Sidewalk Sales.
All DayAdair County Fair Grounds
Greenfield
Friday-Saturday
September 23-24
Best of the Block BBQ Cook-offFun and Games and lots of good cookin’. Starts with a community chili feed Friday night and ends with a Saturday Night BBQ Meat Fest. Four BBQ categories and cash prizes.
7:00 PM Friday – Saturday nightDowntown Stuart
Wednesday
October 5
Garden Classroom: African VioletsLearn tips and hints for “Growing Healthy African Violets.” 1 Master Gardener Continuing Ed credit is available for attending this program. Dessert and a beverage are included.
2:00 – 4:00 PMWallace Farm
Orient
Saturday
October 8
Arbour SeasonIndie/folk husband and wife duo that draws inspiration from their adventures traveling across North America in a converted school bus/home. Their unique journey inspires the ambient folk sound that captures the serenity of the Western vistas, the rhythms of the Eastern coastlines, and the brilliance of the national forests. 
7 PMWarren Cultural Center
Greenfield Square
Monday
October 31
Spook the Loop & Trunk or TreatTreats and spooky fun for the kids.
4:30 – 6:00 PMGreenfield Historic Downtown District
Saturday-Sunday
November 12-13
Cumberland Rose PlayersStay tuned for details.
VariesWarren Cultural Center
Greenfield Square
Friday
November 18
Cover That BandCoving artists like Billy Idol, Billy Joel, Bon Jovi, Bryan Adams, Duran Duran, Elton John, Europe, Fleetwood Mac, Heart, Joan Jett, Journey, Whitesnake, and more. More than just a cover band.
7 PMWarren Cultural Center
Greenfield Square