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February 2023

Sound Bites Luncheon
Friday, February 3 @ 11:30 AM–1 PM
Dubuque Golf & Country Club

Join the DSO for the third Sound Bites of the 22–23 season. The perfect accompaniment to the upcoming Birds Fly, We Dance concerts, the luncheon includes a lunch buffet followed by insightful commentary from DSO Music Director and Conductor, William Intriligator, and Conductor of the Dubuque Symphony Youth Orchestra, Rob Stull. RSVP by Feb. 1. $20. 1800 Randall Place. 563-557-1677. dubuquesymphony.org.

First Fridays
Friday, February 3
Noon–8 PM @ Stoned Art Studio & Gallery (1800 Central Ave)
Noon–7 PM @ Widdershins Gallery (2204 Central Ave)
5:30–7:30 PM @ Carnegie-Stout Public Library (360 W 11th St)
6–8 PM @ Planted. (245 W 1st St)
7–10 PM @ Esther’s Lounge (123 Main St)

Stoned Art Studio and Gallery showcases Henry Matthiessen III’s art and Driftless Region photography. Stop by talk art, talk photography, talk Driftless. Blues music, jazz music and refreshments will be on hand. Widdershins Gallery at Bear Dancer Studios hosts art from regional and national creatives who don’t normally get a chance to display their work in galleries. The Carnegie-Stout Public Library hosts Art @ Your Library® featuring artists Lyndal Anthony, Catherine Basten, A. Alanda Gregory, and Joan Overhouse. Meet the artists and enjoy the variety artworks in this show. Anthony is an experienced wood turner who will be providing a video demonstration of his techniques. Wildlife painter Basten bring animals to life on her canvas. Gregory offers a unique artistry with her unique stone wrapped jewelry offering depth of colors and designs. Overhouse is a wood burner or the art of pyrography and collaborates with Anthony by embellishing the wood turned pieces with her beautiful artistic flair. Enjoy music provided by the Northeast Iowa School of Music JazzQ along with light refreshments. Join Planted. for a father/daughter gallery showing featuring illustrations and prints by Danika Zivojnovich and pottery by Gary Carstens. Danika Zivojnovich is a Dubuque native who enjoys print making and colored pencil illustrations. Her work is inspired by nature—particularly all things botanical. She finds beauty in the serendipity of the life in her garden and the up-close/inner workings of plant life. Gary Carstens, owner of Mississippi Mud Studio, has been a practicing potter for over 40 years. Focusing on high fire gas and atmospheric wood firing, he draws inspiration and subject matter from the landscape. Interpretation of the works of nature especially what is easily seen and not immediately seen is an unending study. Esther’s Lounge and Dubuque Area Arts Collective feature Descendants of Earth by Lydia Smith with musical accompaniment by Marzipan Mailbox. Descendants of Earth is a mother and son show consisting of work resembling Earth’s essence and connectivity with the universe. “As budding artists, making our art together has had a strong emotional impact and is one of our main forms of bonding. The intention of our visionary and abstract collection of works is for the viewer to feel Earth’s beauty and all the tools Mother Earth has provided for us.” First Fridays is Downtown Dubuque’s monthly visual art series, hosted by galleries, museums, and venues, celebrating Dubuque’s great visual arts scene. Visit all of the locations and celebrate our creative community. Free.

Fabulous Friday Nights
Fridays through February: February 3 @ 4–11 PM
Sundown Mountain Resort

Ski/snowboard under the stars! Join Sundown for Fabulous Friday Nights every Friday in January and February at Sundown Mountain Resort. Ski/snowboard from 4–11 p.m. $36 Lift, $65 lift and rental. 16991 Asbury Rd. 563-556-6676. sundownmtn.com.

Suspended: Systemic Oppression in Our Schools
Friday, February 3 @ 4–6 PM
University of Dubuque Multicultural Student Center
A high-quality, expo-style traveling version of the exhibit Suspended: Systemic Oppression in Our Schools opens on the University of Dubuque’s campus with student-guided tours on Friday, Feb. 3 from 4 to 6 p.m. in the Multicultural Student Center, Peter and Susan Smith Welcome Center. The exhibit will be on display through March. Suspended: Systemic Oppression in Our Schools is an original exhibition developed by the African American Museum of Iowa in Cedar Rapids, IA, that examines the concept of the school-to-prison pipeline. The African American Museum of Iowa’s website states, “Elements of the criminal justice system have entered public schools around the country, resulting in zero tolerance policies and student policing that disproportionately effect children of color.” Suspended: Systemic Oppression in Our Schools is hosted by UD’s Department of Education, UD’s Department of Philosophy, Politics, and History, and UD’s Office of Multicultural Student Engagement. To schedule a student-guided tour, contact Angie Brandel, EdD, professor of teacher education, at ABrandel@dbq.edu or 563-213-0380. 2000 University Ave.

Social Connections for Singles: Dinner & Cards
Fridays: February 3 @ 5 PM
Shot Tower Inn
All single people of any age are invited to join for dinner followed by cards. 390 Locust St. 608-732-5219. 608-778-7776.

Dubuque Fighting Saints Hockey VS Green Bay Gamblers
February 3 @ 7:05 PM
Dubuque Ice Arena

With a massive replacement project completed on the ice sheet, the arena is ready to rock, just in time for another exciting season of USHL Hockey featuring our own Dubuque Fighting Saints. You can listen to the action on the Saints official radio partner Eagle 102.3 or watch the action live on FloHockey. $13–$25. 1800 Admiral Sheehy Dr. DubuqueFightingSaints.com.

John and Alice Butler Pipe Organ Recital Series: Joby Bell
Friday, February 3 @ 7:30 PM
University of Dubuque Heritage Center John and Alice Butler Hall

Born in 1968 in Statesville, North Carolina, organist Joby Bell earned a bachelor of music in organ and piano from Appalachian State University and a master of music and doctor of musical arts in organ from Rice University. He has served on the faculty of the Hayes School of Music at Appalachian State University since 2004 where he teaches organ and church music studies. His teaching specializes in practice techniques, memorization, service playing, choral accompanying, and maintaining grace under pressure – lessons always best taught by example. Tickets increase by $5 for purchases on the day of the performance. $15. 2255 Bennett St. 563-585-SHOW. www.DBQ.edu/heritagecenter.

Steve Gillespie
February 3 and 4 @ 8 PM
The Comedy Bar
Gillespie’s act a is a slaphappy balance of aggression and absurdity, coupled with a delightfully pushy persona that has earned him spots at some of the best festivals in country including the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, 10k Laughs, and High Plains Comedy Festival in Denver, CO. He was named a finalist in CMT’s Next Big Comic, runner up for Best of the Midwest at Gilda’s Laughfest, and his debut album, Steve Fever, was named a top 10 comedy album of the year by ComedyReviews.com. $18 GA; $25 VIP. 333 E 10th St. comedybar.com.

Deal Breakers
Friday, February 3 @ 8 PM
Q Casino Q Showroom

Deal Breakers is a Dubuque band playing your favorite songs from 1990s and 2000s. Must be 21. Free. 1855 Greyhound Park Rd. 563-582-3647. qcasinoandhotel.com.

Sacred Partnerships with Shannon & Eric Evans
February 3–5
Shalom Spirituality Center

Join Shannon and Eric Evans during this sacred time with your partner and explore the contemplative dimensions, joys, and demands of committed romantic partnerships in a weekend retreat setting. All genders and partnerships are affirmed and welcome. Shannon Evans is the author of Rewilding Motherhood, Luminous, Embracing Weakness, and the forthcoming Feminist Prayers for My Daughter. She serves as the Spirituality and Culture editor at National Catholic Reporter. Eric Evans was a composer of avant-garde sound art before earning a graduate certificate in spiritual direction from St. John’s School of Theology and opening a private practice. The couple enjoys a quiet life on the prairies of Iowa, where they are raising chickens and children. Overnight and commuter options available. RSVP by Jan. 25. 1001 Davis St. 563-582-3592. shalomretreats.org.

365ink Impact Awards Nominations Deadline
February 3

The 14th 365 Impact Awards, sponsored by the Community Foundation of Greater Dubuque and Premier Bank, make a live in-person return in 2023 after two years off in-person recognitions due to the pandemic. We’re thrilled to finally gather together once again to recognize those who are making an impact on our community in the wake of COVID-19’s ongoing ramifications and with eyes on a brighter future for our community. The mission at 365ink is to help connect people to relationships, opportunities, and the best possible living experiences in our community. And the 365ink Impact Awards are designed to honor those who choose to make the effort to impact the community in the spirit of our mission. Do you know a person, an organization, or a business who did something particularly special in 2022 and deserves a shout-out for their efforts? Maybe it’s someone who’s been knocking it out of the park year in and year out and deserves a nod just for keeping the bar set high all of these years. Nominate them now for a 2023 365ink Impact Award. This year’s awards will be held on Tuesday, March 7 at 7 p.m. at the Diamond Jo Casino Mississippi Moon Bar. dubuque365.com/impact-awards.

Dubuque Winter Farmers Market
Saturdays through April: February 4 @ 9 AM–Noon
Kennedy Mall West Concourse
Over 20 regional vendors offer seasonal produce, eggs, meats, cheeses, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, flowers, candy, and more. Bring your own reusable shopping bags and drop off clean egg cartons, glass jars, and plastic clam shells. Volunteer opportunities available. 555 JFK Rd. wintermarketdbq.com.

Platteville Winter Farmer’s Market
1st & 3rd Saturdays though April: February 4 @ 9 AM–Noon
Rountree Gallery (Platteville, WI)
Find homegrown and handmade products from fresh produce and prepared food to stained glass and bath bombs. 120 W Main St, Platteville, WI. 608-218-4374. PlattevilleFarmersMarketWI.com.

She Unites Recess: Snowshoeing at Proving Grounds
Saturday, February 4 @ 9:30–10:30 AM
Proving Grounds

The guide will take the group on an hour-and-a-half or so excursion through this glorious park with Dubuque County Conservation. Hike the snow-covered singletrack trails and explore this beautiful park in Dubuque. All are welcome regardless of experience. She Unites Recess is an intentional community-building activity-based program. She Unites is on a mission to connect amazing women through unique opportunities that get them out of their comfort zones. RSVP. Free. 10616 W. John Deere Rd. SheUnitesIowa.com.

Early Explorers: R is for Rain
1st Saturday: February 4 @ 10–11 AM
1st Tuesday: February 7 @ 10–11 AM
National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium

Discover the ABCs through hands-on and active activities. Ages 2–5 with parent/caregiver. RSVP suggested. $10 for non-members; $8 for members; adult free. 350 E 3rd St. 563-557-9545. RiverMuseum.com.

John Mueller’s Winter Dance Party
February 4 @ 3 & 7 PM
Diamond Jo Casino Mississippi Moon Bar

“Winter Dance Party” is the official live and authentic re-creation of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and the Big Bopper’s final tour, and the only show endorsed by the Holly, Valens and Richardson estates. Each live performance includes over two hours of unbridled, high-voltage entertainment featuring the hit songs of the 1950s, including “That’ll Be The Day,” “Peggy Sue,” “Oh, Boy,” “Rave On,” “La Bamba,” “Chantilly Lace,” and many more. Mueller, the critically-acclaimed former star of the U.S. touring version of the London/Broadway hit musical “Buddy – The Buddy Holly Story,” performs as Buddy Holly with Linwood Sasser as the Big Bopper and Ray Anthony as Ritchie Valens. Ages 21+. 301 Bell St. 563-690-4800. MoonBarRocks.com.

Winter Cabaret
Saturday, February 4 @ 3 PM
University of Dubuque Charles and Romona Myers Center Steffens Hall
The University of Dubuque Department of Fine and Performing Arts present Winter Cabaret directed by Kristen Eby, MM, head of the Department of Fine and Performing Arts, director of choral activities, and assistant professor of music. The cabaret will feature modern pop and musical theater performances from students in the Department of Fine and Performing Arts. A variety of desserts will be served during this special musical benefit that will support the UD music program. Freewill donations will be accepted. 2000 University Ave. 563-589-3000. dbq.edu.

Young & Filthy Fashion Show
Saturday, February 4 @ 7–9 PM
Kennedy Mall

Patrick Tucker and the Rise Up models bring Young & Filthy fashion to the Kennedy Mall. They will display the latest urban fashion on the runway plus enjoy food, drink, and great music. The event starts with all access to the LGV Selfie Museum along with the free 360 photobooth. Then, the fashion show will begin at 7:30 p.m. Free before 7:30 p.m. 555 JFK Rd. facebook.com/StayYoungStayFilthy.

Dubuque Symphony Orchestra Classics 3: Birds Fly, We Dance
Saturday, February 4 @ 7:30 PM
Sunday, February 5 @ 2 PM
Five Flags Theater
Hablamos español! This program will thrill you with the rhythms and sounds of Latin-America! This program covers a wide range of styles including music by Brazilian, Argentinian, Mexican, and American composers. The moving elegy by American composer Gabriela Lena Frank reflects her Peruvian ancestry with stylistic elements of Peruvian panpipes. The Sinfonía Buenos Aires by Piazzolla includes two bandoneóns, a type of accordion, for that characteristic Argentinian sound. The Dubuque Symphony Youth Orchestra adds a touch of “wild youth” as they join the DSO for the finale, the much loved Danzón No. 2 by Mexican composer Arturo Márquez. The Saturday, Feb. 4 concert ticket includes admission to afterparty with a free Latin dance lesson with Adam’s Dance Connection from 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. in the arena.  Cash bar and concessions available. The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra’s (DSO’s) 64th season explores music’s connection to the natural world. “Over the centuries, many musicians and composers have been inspired by nature, birds and animals,” shares Music Director and Conductor William Intriligator. “Our upcoming season will explore some of these musical selections, and I hope they will inspire us to appreciate the blessings and beauty of the natural world we are a part of. 405 Main St. 563-557-1677. DubuqueSymphony.org.

Steve Gillespie
February 4 @ 8 PM
The Comedy Bar
Gillespie’s act a is a slaphappy balance of aggression and absurdity, coupled with a delightfully pushy persona that has earned him spots at some of the best festivals in country including the Bridgetown Comedy Festival, Boston Comedy Festival, 10k Laughs, and High Plains Comedy Festival in Denver, CO. He was named a finalist in CMT’s Next Big Comic, runner up for Best of the Midwest at Gilda’s Laughfest, and his debut album, Steve Fever, was named a top 10 comedy album of the year by ComedyReviews.com. $18 GA; $25 VIP. 333 E 10th St. comedybar.com.

IPop
Saturday, February 4 @ 8 PM
Q Casino Q Showroom

The latest generation of music has a longer lasting battery and more memory, churning out pop, rock, hip-hop, country, ‘80s, ‘90s, and current hits. Must be 21. Free. 1855 Greyhound Park Rd. 563-582-3647. qcasinoandhotel.com.

Logan Springer and The Wonderfully Wild
Saturday, February 4 @ 10 PM
The Lift
Logan Springer is an alt-country-Americana singer-songwriter from small town (Tremont) Central Illinois currently residing on the Iowa side of the Quad Cities… by way of Washington, DC and St. Louis, MO. Logan has spent his adult life in a myriad of locales, collecting experiences, friends, and stories. Music was not an integral part of his raising and came later in life for him, but his thirst for storytelling and trying to understand the complexities of the world have always been present. Diving headfirst into the catalogs of artists like Jason Isbell, Neil Young, John Steinbeck, and more recently Tyler Childers and Donald Ray Pollock opened up a whole new world for him as a writer. Now backed by an all-star cast of musicians from the Quad Cities, Logan’s songs have been fully realized and are ready for the stage. Free. 180 Main St, Lower Level. facebook.com/theliftdubuque.

31st Annual Key West Fire/EMS Fundraiser
February 4
Key West Community Fire Department
The traditional dinner and auction includes an online auction for the general public. Proceeds are used to purchase emergency medical and firefighting equipment. 10640 Lake Eleanor Rd. 563-599-4129.

Musical Musings
Sunday, February 5 @ 1 PM
Five Flags Theater

DSO Music Director and Conductor, William Intriligator, presents a pre-concert lecture prior to the Sunday Birds Fly, We Dance performance. Free. 405 Main St. 563-557-1677. dubuquesymphony.org.

Dubuque Symphony Orchestra Classics 3: Birds Fly, We Dance
Sunday, February 5 @ 2 PM
Five Flags Theater
Hablamos español! This program will thrill you with the rhythms and sounds of Latin-America! This program covers a wide range of styles including music by Brazilian, Argentinian, Mexican, and American composers. The moving elegy by American composer Gabriela Lena Frank reflects her Peruvian ancestry with stylistic elements of Peruvian panpipes. The Sinfonía Buenos Aires by Piazzolla includes two bandoneóns, a type of accordion, for that characteristic Argentinian sound. The Dubuque Symphony Youth Orchestra adds a touch of “wild youth” as they join the DSO for the finale, the much loved Danzón No. 2 by Mexican composer Arturo Márquez. The Dubuque Symphony Orchestra’s (DSO’s) 64th season explores music’s connection to the natural world. “Over the centuries, many musicians and composers have been inspired by nature, birds and animals,” shares Music Director and Conductor William Intriligator. “Our upcoming season will explore some of these musical selections, and I hope they will inspire us to appreciate the blessings and beauty of the natural world we are a part of. 405 Main St. 563-557-1677. DubuqueSymphony.org.

Souper Bowl Sunday
Sunday, February 5 @ 3 and 5 PM
Convivium Urban Farmstead

Convivium Urban Farmstead is partnering with River Bend Foodbank for this unique fundraising event to raise awareness about poverty and food insecurity in our community. When you arrive at the event, you will be able to select a handmade ceramic bowl created and donated by local artists. You can then fill that bowl with soup donated by local restaurants. The bowl is then yours to keep! You will hear from speakers about poverty and food access issues within our Dubuque community and learn what you can do to help. Ticket proceeds go to St. Stephen’s Foodbank (a branch of River Bend Foodbank) and Convivium Urban Farmstead. $35. 2811 Jackson St. 563-557-2900. convivium-dbq.com.

Social Connections for Singles: Cards
Mondays: February 6 @ 5:30 PM
Denny’s Lux Club
All single people of any age are invited to join for cards at 6 p.m. 3050 Asbury Rd. 608-732-5219. 608-778-7776.

Rising Lion w/ J Dot Mane, Keiyo, Prince Ace
Monday, February 6 @ 7 PM
Fox Den Motel
With over 20 years of touring under their belt, Rising Lion comes to Dubuque to celebrate Bob Marley’s birthday with a blend of covers of the king of reggae and originals. Joined by local rap artists, J Dot Mane, Keiyo and Prince Ace. Rising Lion is a veteran touring and recording artist with a remarkable and innovative mix of roots reggae, dancehall, R&B, soul, rock and roll, blues, jazz, country and hip-hop in his sound. $10. 920 Main St. foxdenmotel.com.

Michael Lester Wendt Character Lecture Series: Max Stossel
Monday, February 6 @ 7 PM
University of Dubuque Heritage Center John and Alice Butler Hall

Named by Forbes as one of the best storytellers of the year, Max Stossel is an award-winning artist who provides a unique and much needed perspective on the role of technology in our homes, schools, and in our society. As youth and education advisor for the Center for Humane Technology, Stossel is active in spreading the word about and creating resources for managing the role of social media in our lives. Before taking the position there, he worked as a media strategist designing the same notification structures and systems to distract people that he now raises awareness about. The University of Dubuque Wendt Character Initiative promotes a campus culture of excellent moral character and purposeful lives. Free. 2255 Bennett St. 563-585-SHOW. www.DBQ.edu/heritagecenter.

Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Snow Stomping Volunteers
Tuesday, February 7 @ 8 AM–4:30 PM
Washington Park

The 2023 Winter Arts Snow Sculpting Festival takes place Feb. 9–12, in Washington Park. To prepare for the event, volunteers are needed to “stomp snow” in wooden forms to create the blocks of snow that will be carved by sculpting teams throughout the week and by the community during Sunday’s festival activities. Creating a compact, consistent block of snow is essential for providing the highest quality ‘canvas’ for sculptors to work from. It is physically demanding but invigorating work that plays a big role in bringing one of Dubuque’s most loved community art events to life. Ages 18+. 701 Locust St. 563-581-9688. cityofdubuque.org/winterarts.

Early Explorers: R is for Rain
1st Tuesday: February 7 @ 10–11 AM
National Mississippi River Museum & Aquarium

Discover the ABCs through hands-on and active activities. Ages 2–5 with parent/caregiver. RSVP suggested. $10 for non-members; $8 for members; adult free. 350 E 3rd St. 563-557-9545. RiverMuseum.com.

Reading That Matters: Convicted
Tuesday, February 7 @ 3:30 PM
Shalom Spirituality Center

Discuss Convicted: An Innocent Man, the Cop Who Framed Him, and an Unlikely Journey of Forgiveness and Friendship by Jameel Zookie McGee, Andrew Collins, and Mark Tabb. Falsely convicted, McGee, a black man, spent three years in federal prison thanks to over-zealous narcotics officer Collins (a white man). Collins also went to prison a few years later for falsifying police reports. While behind bars, the faith of both men deepened. But the story took its most unexpected turn once they were released—when their lives collided again in a moment brimming with mistrust and anger. The two were on a collision course—not to violence—but forgiveness. As current as today’s headlines, this explosive true story reveals how these radically conflicted men chose to let go of fear and a thirst for revenge to pursue reconciliation for themselves, their community, and our racially divided nation. Reading That Matters is a continuing series of book discussions inviting readers to meet people (through reading) who come from differing backgrounds and/or have different beliefs or experiences from their own. It is hoped that these books and their discussions of them will help to open our minds and hearts to those around us whom we might not otherwise have the opportunity to know. Facilitated by Eileen Miller, OSF. RSVP by Feb. 6. $6. 1001 Davis St. 563-582-3592. shalomretreats.org.

Strawberries for the Home Garden
Tuesday, February 7 @ 6:30 PM
Dubuque County ISU Extension Office

Grab your sweetheart and get ready for spring at this workshop. Learn how to start a new strawberry bed, how to care for an existing bed, season extension, and improving your yield. It will be “jam” packed with information, so don’t miss out on signing up for this event. Space is limited. RSVP by Feb. 3. Free. 563-583-6496. bit.ly/dbqstrawberry.

Native Book Discussion Series: Becoming Kin
Tuesday, February 7 @ 7–8:15 PM
Online

Discuss Becoming Kin: An Indigenous Call to Unforgetting the Past and Reimagining Our Future by Patty Krawec. Throughout 2023, Eric Anglada, Sinsinawa’s Ecological Programming Coordinator, will be leading a Native book discussion via Zoom. This book discussion series is an invitation to deeply engage with wisdom, pain, challenge, tragedy, beauty, history, land and much more through the words of Native women. $10. 608-748-4411. sinsinawa.org/moundcenter.

Romeo and Juliet
Tuesday, February 7 @ 7:30 PM
University of Dubuque Heritage Center John and Alice Butler Hall

William Shakespeare’s iconic and timeless Romeo and Juliet is one of the greatest love stories in literature. The gripping drama spun out of the ancient grudge between two families makes Romeo and Juliet as relevant to modern society as it was to audiences four centuries ago. Star-crossed lovers follow their passion to the ultimate tragic end. In Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare offers some of the most glorious poetry ever written. Spoken by complex and memorable characters, the poetry establishes the standard for all love stories written since. With gorgeous costumes and music, enchanting parties, moonlit nights, dank graveyards, and blood-strewn streets, The Acting Company’s fresh production breathes new life into this outlasting tale.  Free 30-minute lecture precedes this performance at 6:30 p.m. Tickets increase by $5 for purchases on the day of the performance. $28–$40. 2255 Bennett St. 563-585-SHOW. www.DBQ.edu/heritagecenter.

The Solar System
Wednesday, February 8 @ 4 PM
Carnegie-Stout Public Library

Using the book Exploring the Solar System by Jill McDonald, learn all about the solar system and make a model to take home. Ages 6–11. RSVP required. 360 W 11th St. 563-589-4225. carnegiestout.org.

Toastmasters Speakeasy Club
2nd, 4th, and 5th Wednesday: February 8 @ 5:30 PM
Carnegie-Stout Public Library and Online
Overcome your fear of speaking in front of a group and develop the skills to give an organized, dynamic, and interesting presentation while also building your confidence. Ages 18+. Free. 360 W 11th St. facebook.com/ToastmastersSpeakeasyClub.

Legacy of Agriculture at Sinsinawa: 175 Years of Farming
Wednesday, February 8 @ 6–7 PM
Online

Farming has been a way of life at the Mound since 1847, when Father Samuel Mazzuchelli founded the order of Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa. Laurana Snyder, Sinsinawa Mound’s Horticulturist and Farm Coordinator, will walk you through the past legacy of farming at Sinsinawa and explore where the future of farming is taking them. 608-748-4411. sinsinawa.org/moundcenter.

She Unites: The Family’s First
3rd Wednesday: February 8 @ 6:30–7:30 PM
7 Hills Event Center
February event is held on 2/8. Born and raised in Chicagoland, Sharanā Baker moved to Dubuque in 2015 and found herself living in a predominately white city. She began to notice a passion for minority and underrepresented populations. The struggles of the past and passion helped to guide her down the path of bringing this discussion to the forefront of our community. She attended Loras College and graduated with a degree in Psychology and Neuroscience and then Clarke University with a Masters in Social Work. She is the Assistant Director for the Center of Inclusion and Advocacy at Loras College and the Director of the First-Generation Scholars Program. Her daily work is centered around providing insight and passion-driven wisdom to the students and families seeking direction or life change. An inclusive women’s group working to connect women across the region through education, philanthropy, mutual support, and more. Free. 1098 Jackson St. SheUnitesIowa.com.

She Unites Rise: Sleep Architecture
2nd Wednesday through May: February 8 @ 7–9 PM
University of Dubuque MTAC Building
Rachel Herman, MS, RN, APNP is a board-certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner. She is a graduate of The University of Iowa and Northern Illinois University. Her healthcare background has included Intensive Care, Infectious Disease, and Primary Care with a special interest in Adolescent & Young Adult medicine. College Health is her favorite area, and she sees students for primary care needs through age 22 yrs as the Administrative Director of Student Health at UW Platteville. Rachel loves spending time with her husband, children, and riding horses. Rise is a program designed specifically for high school girls in the Dubuque area. She Unites is on a mission to equip teenage girls with education and skills for real life. It is a place for young women to make friends and find support in the transition to adulthood phase of life. No pre-registration is required. Free. 2000 University Ave. 608-218-4756. sheunitesiowa.com.

Winter Writers Reading Series: Nancy Jesse
Wednesday, February 8 @ 7 PM
Online

Nancy Jesse won the Wisconsin Writers Association Jade Ring in fiction for her short story “Notes to the New Facilitator of the Reminiscence Writing Group at Sunnyvale Retirement Community.” She grew up on a dairy farm in Barron County, studied English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and worked for over thirty years as an educator. She lives in Madison and has published both prose and poetry and co-edited two anthologies. Since 2011 Shake Rag Alley has partnered with the Council for Wisconsin Writers (CWW), Wisconsin People & Ideas, and the Wisconsin Poet Laureate Commission through the Wisconsin Academy of Sciences, Arts & Letters to offer week-long residencies to their annual writing contest winners. Between the months of January through March, writers stay in Shake Rag Alley’s inspiring lodging facilities surrounded by the nurturing environment of historic Mineral Point’s artistic community. Visiting writers participate in readings and/or community outreach activities, including Wednesday evening Winter Writers Reading Series author talks and discussions. 608-987-3292. shakeragalley.org.

Opening Doors’ Trivia Bowl
Thursday, February 9 @ 5:30 PM
Grand River Center
Doors open at 5:30 PM with the EXIT REALTY Tailgating Party. 10 rounds of trivia starts at 7 p.m. This annual event features a wide variety of trivia topics, raffles, mulligans, and cash prizes for the top three teams. “Our unique Trivia Bowl event is the perfect way to kick off Super Bowl weekend,” comments Ann Lorenz, Development & Marketing Director.” She adds, “This year Johnny Rhodes, Host of the “Morning Rock Show” on 97.3 The Rock will return as our Master of Ceremonies.” Opening Doors is a nonprofit organization who helps women and children who are experiencing homelessness. They provide goal setting and life skills training that enable the women to achieve their full potential. Since 2000, Opening Doors has served over 4,500 women and children through a continuum of services. Food and full bar available for purchase. $15. 500 Bell St. 563-582-7480. OpeningDoorsDBQ.org/Trivia.

Movie Screening: She Said
Thursday, February 9 @ 6 PM
Carnegie-Stout Public Library

Starring Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan, She Said (2022) is a drama based on the critically acclaimed nonfiction book by New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor who broke a story about sexual assault that helped launch the #MeToo movement. The movie is 2 hours 9 minutes long and is rated R for “language and descriptions of sexual assault.” Closed captioning or subtitles will be turned on. Seating is first come, first served. Free. 360 W 11th St. 563-589-4225. carnegiestout.org.

Chow Bella Book Group: Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking
Thursday, February 9 @ 6 PM
River Lights Bookstore

A book group for foodies. Discuss Mastering the Art of Soviet Cooking: A Memoir of Food and Longing by Anya von Bremzen. 1098 Main St. 563-556-4391. RiverLights.com.

Dragons and Mythical Beasts
Thursday, February 9 @ 7 PM
Friday, February 10 @ 7 PM
Five Flags Theater

Calling all brave heroes! Enter into a magical world of myths and legends in this fantastical new show for all the family. Unveil a myriad of dark secrets and come face to face with some of the most magnificent monsters and terrifying beasts ever to walk the earth. Discover the colossal Stone Troll, the mysterious Indrik and Japanese Baku; the Tooth Fairy (not as sweet as you’d think), an adorable Unicorn and majestic Griffin. Take your place among legendary heroes, just don’t wake the Dragon… This Olivier Award nominated show comes to the USA direct from the West End, from the creators of the international smash hit Dinosaur World Live, who bring spectacular puppets to life. Don’t miss this brand-new spell-binding adventure, live on stage! $29–$59. 405 Main St. 563-589-4254. fiveflagscenter.com.

Them Coulee Boys
Thursday, February 9 @ 7 PM
Fox Den Motel

Them Coulee Boys craft a brand of Americana that blends folk, bluegrass, and rock & roll. They sing their conversational songs in four-part harmony, often with a banjo stomp and rhythm section punch that drives the audience onto the dance floor and into community. $12. 920 Main St. foxdenmotel.com.

2 Across
February 9–11 @ 7 PM
February 12 @ 2 PM
Galena Center for the Arts (Galena, IL)

Take a trip back to the ‘90s, with this family-friendly romantic comedy, and find out if opposites really do attract. Two strangers meet on an early morning San Francisco BART train, both working on The New York Times crossword puzzle. Tender moments and sitcom-like hilarity ensue. Professional actors Michael Crawford and Cindy Tegtmeyer star in this 2-person, 80-minute play, directed by Stephanie Beck, with Technical Director, Jan Lavacek. Crawford has performed in several radio shows and table readings at the Galena Center for the Arts, as well as lending his talents to the Cemetery Walk. These days, he can be found prowling the streets of Galena at night as part of The Haunted Galena Tour Company. Tegtmeyer has appeared in various radio shows at the Galena Center for the Arts, in Broad Ideas Spoken Word, at Bell Tower Theater, and the Galena Cemetery Walk. She also portrays Irish maid, Sadie, with The Haunted Galena Tour Company. 971 Gear St, Galena, IL. 815-402-3111. GalenaCenterForTheArts.com.

Fabulous Friday Nights
Fridays through February: February 10 @ 4–11 PM
Sundown Mountain Resort

Ski/snowboard under the stars! Join Sundown for Fabulous Friday Nights every Friday in January and February at Sundown Mountain Resort. Ski/snowboard from 4–11 p.m. $36 Lift, $65 lift and rental. 16991 Asbury Rd. 563-556-6676. sundownmtn.com.

Dubuque Symphony Orchestra and Dubuque Museum of Art Community-Wide Art Competition Deadline
Friday, February 10 @ 5 PM
Dubuque Museum of Art

This annual event celebrates the strong ties within Dubuque’s rich arts community. Entrants are asked to create an original piece of art inspired by “Carnival of the Animals,” which is featured in the DSO’s March 2023 concerts. Artwork must be submitted to the Dubuque Museum of Art by Friday, Feb. 10. There are four categories: elementary school students (K–5), middle and high school students (grades 6–12), college students and adults, and photography (all ages). One winner and up to three honorable mentions will be chosen per category. The top four winners will take home two tickets to the DSO’s performance of “Carnival of the Animals” (March 4–5 at Five Flags Theater), one family membership to the Dubuque Museum of Art, and their work will serve as cover art for the DSO’s March concert program book. 701 Locust St. DubuqueSymphony.org.

Social Connections for Singles: Dinner & Cards
Fridays: February 10 @ 5 PM
Shot Tower Inn
All single people of any age are invited to join for dinner followed by cards. 390 Locust St. 608-732-5219. 608-778-7776.

Daddy Daughter Dance
Friday, February 10 @ 6–8 PM
Dubuque Y Gymnasium

The family-favorite Daddy Daughter Dance is gearing up for the annual night of fun with the Dubuque Y. This event is designed for children ages 3 to 12 and an important man in their life (dad, stepdad, grandpa, uncle, etc.). The party includes dinner, desserts, crafts, a photo booth, and dancing. $30 Adult and child member; $40 non-members; $5 each additional child. 35 N Booth St. 563-556-3371. dubuquey.org/daddydaughter.

Dragons and Mythical Beasts
Friday, February 10 @ 7 PM
Five Flags Theater

Calling all brave heroes! Enter into a magical world of myths and legends in this fantastical new show for all the family. Unveil a myriad of dark secrets and come face to face with some of the most magnificent monsters and terrifying beasts ever to walk the earth. Discover the colossal Stone Troll, the mysterious Indrik and Japanese Baku; the Tooth Fairy (not as sweet as you’d think), an adorable Unicorn and majestic Griffin. Take your place among legendary heroes, just don’t wake the Dragon… This Olivier Award nominated show comes to the USA direct from the West End, from the creators of the international smash hit Dinosaur World Live, who bring spectacular puppets to life. Don’t miss this brand-new spell-binding adventure, live on stage! $29–$59. 405 Main St. 563-589-4254. fiveflagscenter.com.

R is for Risque
Friday, February 10 @ 7–8 PM
Mathias Ham Historic Site

Does it take you a long time to get ready for a night out? Imagine getting ready in the 1850s with layers of undergarments and clothing! If you’ve ever been curious about historical fashion trends, head to at the Mathias Ham Historic Site for a Galentine’s event. Snacks, mocktails, soft drinks, and water will be available while you enjoy a presentation and engage in discussion on clothing’s purposes and challenges women faced during the Ham sisters’ era. All ages, but may contain topics not suitable for children. $12 Members, $15 non-members. 2241 Lincoln Ave. 563-557-9545. rivermuseum.com.

2 Across
February 10–11 @ 7 PM
February 12 @ 2 PM
Galena Center for the Arts (Galena, IL)

Take a trip back to the ‘90s, with this family-friendly romantic comedy, and find out if opposites really do attract. Two strangers meet on an early morning San Francisco BART train, both working on The New York Times crossword puzzle. Tender moments and sitcom-like hilarity ensue. Professional actors Michael Crawford and Cindy Tegtmeyer star in this 2-person, 80-minute play, directed by Stephanie Beck, with Technical Director, Jan Lavacek. Crawford has performed in several radio shows and table readings at the Galena Center for the Arts, as well as lending his talents to the Cemetery Walk. These days, he can be found prowling the streets of Galena at night as part of The Haunted Galena Tour Company. Tegtmeyer has appeared in various radio shows at the Galena Center for the Arts, in Broad Ideas Spoken Word, at Bell Tower Theater, and the Galena Cemetery Walk. She also portrays Irish maid, Sadie, with The Haunted Galena Tour Company. 971 Gear St, Galena, IL. 815-402-3111. GalenaCenterForTheArts.com.

Weekend Comedy
February 10–11, 16–18, and 23–24 @ 7:30 PM
February 12, 19, and 25–26 @ 2 PM
Bell Tower Theater
The season begins with the romantic Weekend Comedy. A three-day weekend, two couples and one double-booked cabin is the recipe for a hilarious predicament. Young couple Jill and Tony booked a romantic cottage. The happily married middle-aged Jacksons did too… the same cabin. After the couples decide to share, it’s a clash of generations. A comedy about aging, marriage, and happiness is a Valentine’s Day treat. Thursday night performances are Girl’s Night Out, and everyone will get a free glass of wine before the show. $11.50 Early bird, $23 regular. 2728 Asbury Rd. 563-588-3377. BellTowerTheater.net.

The Legendary Count Basie Orchestra
Friday, February 10 @ 7:30 PM
University of Dubuque Heritage Center John and Alice Butler Hall

Nearly 30 years after his passing, pianist and bandleader William James “Count” Basie is an American institution that personifies the grandeur and excellence of jazz. Count Basie is the only bandleader in the history of jazz to have his orchestra still performing sold out concerts internationally. During their record-breaking tenure, the Count Basie Orchestra has scored 18 Grammy Awards, performed for royalty, and has featured some of the greatest soloists in music history. Rapidly-paced fanfare filled with groove and Louisiana-inspired dirty trombone licks make this lively performance a momentous and rare treat for audiences of all ages. Bisignano Art Gallery reception precedes the performance beginning at 6:30 p.m. Tickets increase by $5 for purchases on the day of the performance. $30–$45. 2255 Bennett St. 563-585-SHOW. www.DBQ.edu/heritagecenter.

Foo Foo Dolls
Friday, February 10 @ 8 PM
Q Casino Q Showroom

Unlike any other band you’ve ever seen, the Foo Foo Dolls features six lead singers, several from 90s National acts, all multi instrumentalists, in an ever-changing high energy all 90s stage show that will get people out of their seats! From Matchbox 20 to Rage, from Cake to Green Day, they don’t play B-sides, they play to get you engaged! Veterans of the Madison and National music scene, the Foo Foo Dolls bring the highest energy stage show that is professional both on stage and off! Foo Foo Dolls can’t wait to bring their brand of 90s nostalgia and a night of unforgettable entertainment to you. Must be 21. Free. 1855 Greyhound Park Rd. 563-582-3647. qcasinoandhotel.com.

Johnny Beehner, Josh Alton
Friday, February 10 @ 8 PM
Milestone Event Center (Farley, IA)

Johnny Beehner puts on a good, clean show that will leave you in stitches. With a background in improvisational theater, including training at Chicago’s prestigious Second City and the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles, Johnny brings a very unique style to the stage. He made his network television debut in January of 2015 as one of the last comedians to appear on the Late Show with David Letterman. He has also made numerous appearances on FOX’s Laughs, has appeared on AXS’s Gotham Comedy Live, and regularly appears on the nationally syndicated Bob & Tom Show. Serving dinner at 6 p.m. Single, couple, and non-dinner options available. $30–$95. 27317 Olde Farley Rd, Farley, IA. facebook.com/milestoneeventcenterfarley.

Dubuque Winter Farmers Market
Saturdays through April: February 11 @ 9 AM–Noon
Kennedy Mall West Concourse
Over 20 regional vendors offer seasonal produce, eggs, meats, cheeses, honey, maple syrup, baked goods, flowers, candy, and more. Bring your own reusable shopping bags and drop off clean egg cartons, glass jars, and plastic clam shells. Volunteer opportunities available. 555 JFK Rd. wintermarketdbq.com.

Lollipops & Music for Our Preschoolers: Kristina Marie Castañeda & Shawn Healy
2nd Saturday through April: February 11 @ 10–10:30 AM
Carnegie-Stout Public Library
Lollipops & Music for Our Preschoolers (L&MOP) is a monthly concert series for preschool children and their families. Performers presents a free mini-concert introducing children to a variety of musical styles and instruments. Children will leave each concert with a greater appreciation of music and a lollipop to enjoy! Children must be accompanied by an adult. All ages. Free. 360 W 11th St. 563-690-0151. NISOM.com.

Ice Fishing Clinic
Saturday, February 11 @ 10 AM
Mud Lake

Bundle up and learn the basics of ice fishing with all gear and knowledge provided for you. Bring the kids to do some kick sledding and auger racing too, all equipment is provided. This is a great opportunity for those who have never ice-fished before, those who have little experience, and an easy way to get the family outside. Anyone under 16 years old does not need a fishing license to fish Iowa waters. Instructors will assist youth in catching fish, if adults would like to fish as well, an Iowa DNR fishing license is needed to do so. RSVP requested. 22312 Golf Lake Rd. 563-556-6745. facebook.com/dubuquecountyconservation.

Ice Golf Classic
Saturday, February 11 @ 10 AM
Mid-Town Marina (East Dubuque, IL)

St. Mark Youth Enrichment welcomes teams in wacky costumes with fun sleds to the frozen Mid-Town Marina in East Dubuque for the organization’s “coolest” fundraising event of 2023. The St. Mark Ice Golf Classic begins at 10 a.m. with team check in starting at 8 a.m. Teams can sign up foursomes for a fun and competitive 18 holes of Ice Golf at stmarkyouthenrichment.org/icegolf by calling 563-582-6211 x110. Inexperienced ice golfers need not worry: there will be awards for best sled and best-dressed team and an overall themed costume and sled combo. Each team will consist of four golfers. The teams will golf a course constructed from snow, ice, and donated Christmas trees created by the St. Mark ICEMen. In addition to the event, St. Mark will be holding a 50/50 raffle drawing and a public online silent auction. Prizes include local staycations, backyard fun, winter and summer experiences, and much more. Bidders need not be present to win. All proceeds benefit the kids in St. Mark Youth Enrichment programs. The event is hosted by Mid-Town Marina and local sponsors. 285 5th St, East Dubuque, IL. 563-582-6211 x110. stmarkyouthenrichment.org/icegolf.

Forest Ecology at the Mound
Saturday, February 11 @ 10–11 AM
Sinsinawa Mound Center (Sinsinawa, WI)

Birds, bugs, and beauty galore! Find all this and more at the Mound this winter and spring season. Join Laurana Snyder to hike and learn all about forest ecology in our little slice of the Driftless. This is an outdoor activity where you will be hiking on and off trail, so be sure to bring sturdy hiking boots and weather-appropriate clothing. In case of snow, you may want to bring snowshoes or ice tracks with you. 585 County Rd Z, Sinsinawa, WI. 608-748-4411. sinsinawa.org/moundcenter.

Driftless Poets Monthly Workshop
2nd Saturday: February 11 @ 2–4 PM
Shake Rag Alley CFA (Mineral Point, WI) and Online
Local and aspiring poets are invited to provide support and encouragement for poets seeking honest feedback on their work. RSVP. 18 Shake Rag St, Mineral Point, WI. 608-987-3292. driftlesspoets.com.

New Hope Baptist Church Choir Concert
Saturday, February 11 @ 6 PM
Clarke University Terence Donaghoe Hall

Featuring the New Hope Baptist Church choir from St. Paul, MN. Free. 1550 Clarke Dr. 563-588-6300. clarke.edu/artsatclarke.

Buddy Holly Dance
Saturday, February 11 @ 7–11 PM
Dubuque County Fairgrounds

Join the Dubuque County Fairgrounds for the Buddy Holly Dance. Music by BMW Music. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. with free dance lessons provided by Adam’s Dance Connection, Peggy Sue Look-A-Like ’50s-Style Contest, Best Dressed Couple ’50s-Style Contest, Best ’50s & ’60s Dance Contest, door prizes, and full concessions. Ages 18+. $7 ADV, $9 door. 14569 Old Highway Rd. 563-588-1406. dbqfair.com.

Chapel Hart with Special Guest Lucas Hoge
Saturday, February 11 @ 7 PM
Five Flags Theater

Chapel Hart has found a way to gift wrap their Mississippi roots & Louisiana spice and share it with listeners around the world. Consisting of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart along with cousin Trea Swindle, the trio went from singing together as children in Hart’s Chapel, to a world-class group whose colorful and contagious energy has flourished into a full live band experience that fills venues at home and around the country. Chapel Hart has an amazing ability to tug on your heartstrings with a tender yet powerful ballad, then have you pumping your fist in unison to the pulse of hard-hitting music. The cohesiveness of the band has not gone unnoticed as they have garnered thousands of fans from all over the world and have received hundreds of thousands of views on-line of their performances. In 2021 Chapel Hart was inducted into CMT’s Next Women of Country, the institution that has been known to help up and coming female country artists such as Kelsea Ballerini, Ashley McBride, and Gabby Barrett…to name a few. This Mississippi trio’s music has reached fans around the globe earning them the title of “International Group of the Year” as well as “International Song of the Year” for the single “You Can Have Him Jolene” in Scotland. They were also nominated in multiple categories by the British CMAs including “Group of the Year” and “Album of the Year” for their sophomore release “The Girls Are Back In Town.” $39–$125. 405 Main St. 563-589-4254. fiveflagscenter.com.

2 Across
February 11 @ 7 PM
February 12 @ 2 PM
Galena Center for the Arts (Galena, IL)

Take a trip back to the ‘90s, with this family-friendly romantic comedy, and find out if opposites really do attract. Two strangers meet on an early morning San Francisco BART train, both working on The New York Times crossword puzzle. Tender moments and sitcom-like hilarity ensue. Professional actors Michael Crawford and Cindy Tegtmeyer star in this 2-person, 80-minute play, directed by Stephanie Beck, with Technical Director, Jan Lavacek. Crawford has performed in several radio shows and table readings at the Galena Center for the Arts, as well as lending his talents to the Cemetery Walk. These days, he can be found prowling the streets of Galena at night as part of The Haunted Galena Tour Company. Tegtmeyer has appeared in various radio shows at the Galena Center for the Arts, in Broad Ideas Spoken Word, at Bell Tower Theater, and the Galena Cemetery Walk. She also portrays Irish maid, Sadie, with The Haunted Galena Tour Company. 971 Gear St, Galena, IL. 815-402-3111. GalenaCenterForTheArts.com.

Dubuque Fighting Saints Hockey VS Cedar Rapids RoughRiders
February 11 @ 7:05 PM
Dubuque Ice Arena

With a massive replacement project completed on the ice sheet, the arena is ready to rock, just in time for another exciting season of USHL Hockey featuring our own Dubuque Fighting Saints. You can listen to the action on the Saints official radio partner Eagle 102.3 or watch the action live on FloHockey. $13–$25. 1800 Admiral Sheehy Dr. DubuqueFightingSaints.com.

Weekend Comedy
February 11, 16–18, and 23–24 @ 7:30 PM
February 12, 19, and 25–26 @ 2 PM
Bell Tower Theater
The season begins with the romantic Weekend Comedy. A three-day weekend, two couples and one double-booked cabin is the recipe for a hilarious predicament. Young couple Jill and Tony booked a romantic cottage. The happily married middle-aged Jacksons did too… the same cabin. After the couples decide to share, it’s a clash of generations. A comedy about aging, marriage, and happiness is a Valentine’s Day treat. Thursday night performances are Girl’s Night Out, and everyone will get a free glass of wine before the show. $11.50 Early bird, $23 regular. 2728 Asbury Rd. 563-588-3377. BellTowerTheater.net.

Vicebox
February 11 @ 8 PM
Diamond Jo Casino Mississippi Moon Bar

ViceBox has quickly earned a reputation for being one of the most versatile and entertaining bands in Eastern Iowa. Each member brings influences as diverse as a member of a metal band, a member of a marching band, and our ultimate musical customer service advocates – experienced wedding DJs. The result is one of the most diverse mixes of music, designed specifically to keep guests entertained and on their feet. ViceBox creates a fun, interactive stage show that often features guest appearances. With all six members of ViceBox taking on lead vocal responsibilities, ViceBox delivers high energy “rock and roll,” fun twists on some of your favorites, and just enough funk to keep you dancing. Ages 21+. 301 Bell St. 563-690-4800. MoonBarRocks.com.

Santeria
Saturday, February 11 @ 8 PM
Q Casino Q Showroom

The Midwest’s Tribute to Sublime is committed to delivering, live on stage, the sounds, songs, and vibe that used to only be found at Sublime shows back in the day. Performing the biggest Sublime hits, including “What I Got,” “Santeria,” “Badfish,” and more, along with fan favorites like “April 29, 1992,” “Caress Me Down,” “Garden Grove,” and more, SANTERIA: The Midwest’s Tribute to Sublime delivers the Long Beach Sublime style with an attention to detail that wins over audiences immediately and leaves them inspired to come back for more. Must be 21. Free. 1855 Greyhound Park Rd. 563-582-3647. qcasinoandhotel.com.

STACKED: Chez, Zonik, Quincho, Mister Whiskerz
Saturday, February 11 @ 8:30 PM
Smokestack

STACKED Saturdays returns for their second show of 2023. Join Driftmore and Allegro Audio as Chez takes the stage with support from Zonik, Quincho, and Mister Whiskerz. Your home for bass in the Driftless. Venture underground to one of the region’s wildest spaces and join the crew by the fire for an incredible evening with some of the region’s best dubstep and EDM artists. $10. 62 East 7th St. smokestackdbq.com

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