The Warren Cultural Center is known for producing exceptional musical shows in an intimate setting. But they’re also a backdrop for history. It’s fitting then that a building over 100-years-old would house an exhibit celebrating Adair County Extension Office’s 100th anniversary.
The exhibit features several photographs and displays from Extension’s first century of Adair County 4-H’s partnership with Iowa State University. Warren Cultural Center Executive Director Ken Sidey notes the importance of this office to the region. “4-H has been such a part of country living out here in the rural parts of Iowa so a lot of people have really enjoyed coming to look at those photos; a real enjoyable exhibit that’s been popular.”
The exhibit runs through early October. Admission is free and open to the public during normal business hours or special events. Next month’s exhibit will display watercolor paintings from the Iowa Watercolor Society.