Center Street Community Theatre Puts On ‘The Curious Savage’ This Weekend

WARSAW — Individuals from different walks of life in the community have come together to put on a performance of ‘The Curious Savage’ with the Center Street Community Theatre at the Wagon Wheel the next two weekends. This production is being directed by Melissa Jordan. While this is … Read More

Bethel College Jazz Band This Sunday At Whitko High School

SOUTH WHITLEY — The Bethel College Jazz Ensemble will be performing a coffeehouse concert at Whitko High School on at 6 p.m. on Sunday, February 19   No tickets are required and admission is free. The Bethel College Jazz Ensemble, from Mishawaka, Indiana, is comprised of talented students from a … Read More


CSCT Has Two Great Events Coming Up Soon

WARSAW — The Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts’ Center Street Community Street Theatre has two upcoming shows. Read more about them below. February 17-19 and 24-26 First produced in 1950, “The Curious Savage” is a gentle satire and heartwarming comedy. Mrs. Ethel Savage (Jennifer Mitchell Shepherd) has … Read More

Area Teens Compete For Scholarships, Opportunity To Perform With Symphony

WARSAW — Four area teens gathered at the Warsaw Performing Arts Center on Sunday, Feb. 12 for the 3rd Annual Young Artist Competition hosted by the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts and Symphony of the Lakes. Each teen was given the opportunity to perform a musical piece in … Read More

Clay and Canvas Exhibit At Warsaw Performing Arts Center

WARSAW — Warsaw High School Performing Art Center welcomes artists Elizabeth Wamsley and Brenda Stichter who will exhibit their works in pottery and paint. Stichter’s colorful abstract paintings are paired with the pottery and sculpture of Wamsley, and they play off one another in repeated themes, colors, and … Read More

Hinder, Dustin Lynch, Loverboy and Survivor Introduced As Part Of The 2017 Elkhart County 4-H Fair Grandstand Shows

GOSHEN — Rock group Hinder, country artist Dustin Lynch and a double show by Loverboy and Survivor are the first three concerts announced by the Elkhart County 4-H Fair Board for the 2017 fair concert series.

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CCMLK Announces Third Annual Black History Month Student Art Display

WARSAW — The Committee to Commemorate Martin Luther King is proud to announce its third annual Black History Month Art Display. 2017’s display will again be hosted by the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts and will feature student artwork from Warsaw Community Schools celebrating the life and … Read More

Warsaw Artist Wins During Honeywell Centers Art Show

WARSAW — Warsaw artist Steve Creighton was awarded first place for his still life oil painting “Foley Jug with Rose” at the Honeywell Center Clark Gallery’s 2017 92 County Art Show in Wabash.  Judges for this year’s Show were Amanda Martin and Elizabeth Goings.  Best of Show winner … Read More

Willie Robertson From ‘Duck Dynasty’ To Speak In Winona Lake

WINONA LAKE — Willie Robertson will speak at the Manahan Orthopaedic Capital Center , 610 Wooster Rd., Winona Lake, at 7 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24. The CEO of Duck Commander and star of A&E’s “Duck Dynasty” will give remarks about “faith, family and ducks” to the audience. … Read More

Curious Savage At The Wagon Wheel

WARSAW — Announcing Center Street Community Theatre’s upcoming comedic play, The Curious Savage, originally written by John Patrick. The play runs on weekends from Feb. 17 – 26, with Friday and Saturday performances at 7:30  p.m. and Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. Mrs. Savage has been left ten million … Read More

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A Night of Unpredictable Comedy January 27

WARSAW — Local Warsaw residents are hosting a “Night of Unpredictable Comedy” at Tourmaline Event Space at 9 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 27 featuring local stand-up comics, improv and more. This event is an initiative to provide low-cost comedy entertainment to residents in the Warsaw area, as well … Read More

Comedian Frank Calinedo To Perform At The Wagon Wheel

WARSAW — Comedian Frank Calinedo will be performing a the Wagon Wheel Center for the Arts at 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 14. On stage, Caliendo’s act is a blend of observations, impressions, characters and anecdotal stories that start at a frenetic pace and never let … Read More