Mrs. Savage has been left ten million dollars by her husband and wants to make the best use of it, in spite of her grown-up stepchildren’s effort to her their hands on it. When her doctor tells her there is no reason why she should remain, she hesitates to go out into a hard world
An unbelievable pictorial record of the process of restoring the 1910 City National Bank & Park Inn Hotel to the beautiful “Historic Park Inn” of 2011. Open to the public, donations welcomed.
The engaging story of four sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy; their father away in the war, growing up with their charming mother, Marmee. Through the comedy and tragedy, this loving clan holds each other close; a classic tale to warm your heart. Box office open 1-5pm weekdays.
Films that appeal to a wide audience of travelers. Beautiful scenery, out-of-the-ordinary locations, various cultures, and people depicted throughout the films.
Family magic show, two shows: 4:30pm & 7:00pm.
Art bugs is for children ages 2-4 accompanied by a caregiver. An art class for the smallest of artist – explore a variety of mediums in these classes.
Live music featuring The Hats.
Join us for the festivities of designing Mardi Gras projects, Use your imagination to create a mask, necklaces and much more. This carnival class will attract parade of fun!
In Wright’s “Body of Work”, the Park Inn Hotel /City National Bank building was a very important transition between his Prairie School Buildings and his two great “Buildings of Social Pleasure” Midway Gardens and Japan’s Imperial Hotel. Open to the public, donations welcomed.
Special guest, Jen Geigley, super-knitter and publisher of Jen Geigley Knits will be in attendance. The brewery will denote a cozy KNITTING ZONE where anyone interested can hang out, knit, drink beer and get to know Jen. This is a great opportunity for local knitters to share their projects with one another and get inspired
Enjoy live jazz music while eating dinner or having a drink.
300 Round, lines starts Saturday at 10am & 1pm; Sunday at 1pm
Doors open at 6pm with play beginning at 7pm.
Featured film following the struggles of five young girls coming of age in Northern Turkey. This film is rated PG-13. Sponsored by Dean Genth & Dr. Gary Swenson. Admission is FREE and opened to the public, popcorn will be provided. Films are shown at the Charles H. MacNider Art Museum’s Salsbury Room on Saturdays in
A Valentine’s Day gourmet gala to support Stebens Children’s Theatre will begin at 6pm, featuring appetizers, wine-and-beer tastings and desserts including crepes. There will also be a trivia contest, live and silent auctions, a photo booth, music by B.J. Huffman and time to socialize. Auction items include dinner parties, tickets to sporting and entertainment events,
Kids Club is a FREE class designed for kids ages 5-12, that offers exciting opportunities for children to discover, explore and create art. Time: 9am-11am.
Rex Taylor consignment and household auction. Two day sale: Saturday 9:00am-5:30pm; Sunday 10am-5pm.
Mason City Youth Hockey; Mites, Squirts, Peewees, Bantams .
Women play at 5:30pm /Men play at 7:30pm
Indoor art show and sale will be from 4pm-9pm and 10am-4pm Saturday at the Sukup Performing Arts Wing and Hanson Gallery at the Arts Center. Friday night will also feature a ‘Meet the Kite Pilot Reception’ from 5:30pm to 7:30pm. Meet the people behind the kites – the designers, technicians, engineers and pilots. It will
Join Market 124 and Fat Hill Brewing from 6pm-9pm painting pilsner glass. $18/pilsner, ticket price includes one FHB and all materials. Call Market 124 (641-423-0929) to reserve your sport or purchase tickets online at http://squ.re/2jf0ykp
Box office open 1-5pm weekdays. Show times Thursday-Saturday 7pm; Sunday 2pm. Mrs. Savage has been left ten million dollars by her husband and wants to make the best use of it, in spite of her grown-up stepchildren’s effort to get their hands on it. When her doctor tells her there is no reason why she
The Griffins designed their own brand of ‘Prairie School’ architecture, and Griffin went from his work in Mason City in 1914 to become Australia’s “Father of Modern Architecture” Open to the public, donations welcomed.
Unforgettable multimedia and live musical journey across Elvis life. His iconic style, embraced by many of today’s artist, continues to intrigue audiences of all generations.
Join us for the 2nd meeting of the FHB book club! Our pick this month is All the Light We Cannot See by Anthony Doerr, a story about a blind French girl and a German boy whose paths collide in occupied France as both try to survive the devastation of World War II.