Arts and Culture

Looking to enjoy some local art? See our Exhibitions.

Join author Ron Currie in small group discussions of his novels and essays. These relaxed settings permit in-depth conversation about his themes and style.

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Ron Currie is the author of three novels including The One-Eyed Man....

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If you love organization and want to get creative about it, Teen Bullet Journal Club is for you. You might just be working on your to-do list, or fine-tuning the details of your daily/weekly/monthly calendars. This is an opportunity to get together with other teens to exchange ideas, learn how to be more organized and have fun. Bullet journals are a simple, personalized way to keep track of your life. There is no right or wrong way – you create what works best for you. A new bullet journal skill is highlighted each month. We provide the supplies, you bring the creativity.

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Johnson County Genealogical Society helps you discover many research resources. Society meetings cover business items and training sessions. Learn about the workings of the JCGS as well as specific genealogy research topics.

September: Breaking through your genealogy research brick walls
November: Postcards from the past: finding clues to your family history

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Join this maker community and socialize with other experienced needlers. You can share your expertise or get advice on a new project. Some members make items to donate to local charities, spreading the joy of making. Bring your own supplies and needle with us.

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Kevin Bryce's film offers a bold look at a complex and widely misunderstood illness. All These Flowers is a victory story: of finding identity apart from a diagnosis of Bipolar Disorder; of hope where there was despair; of recovery from an incurable disease. Six people diagnosed with Bipolar Disorder were filmed for two years. They are from across the United States and different family structures and financial situations, and follow varying treatment strategies. The simple message of All These Flowers is: we all...

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