Advertisement

Weekender, Nov. 19: Immigrant Foodways, ‘Midnight Your Time,’ Iowa Organic Conference and more to do this weekend

  • 7
    Shares





The editor’s pick of this weekend’s virtual and physically distanced events from local artists and venues. Read our review of “Midnight Your Time” here. If you want the Weekender in your inbox every Thursday, subscribe to Little Village newsletters.




Online

Midnight Your Time

Nov 13 – Nov 22 – Stream anytime starting 11/13 at 7:30pm

Riverside’s Virtual Stories series continues with the Iowa premiere of “Midnight Your Time” by Adam Brace, featuring RT founder Jody Hovland.


More info >>





Online

Iowa Stories: Meskwaki Food Sovereignty Initiative

Nov 19 – 12:00pm (CST)

Shelley Buffalo of the Meskwaki Food Sovereignty Initiative will discuss the group’s work to promote local & indigenous foods and medicines to promote the health & wellbeing of the Meskwaki community.


More info >>





Online

ICCT Presents ‘Oscar’

Nov 20 – 7:30pm (CST)

Iowa City Community Theatre presents an original play by Nicole DeSalle. One night four neighbors look up from their porches to discover a mysterious celestial object hovering among the stars.


More info >>





Online

Out the Box: ‘landscape’

Nov 20 – 8:00pm (CST)

Mirrorbox Theatre presents their final Out the Box reading of 2020 with Emma Durbin’s “landscape,” directed by Regina Victor. Free; registration required.


More info >>





Online

Online RPGs with Corridor Games on Demand

Nov 21 – 1:00pm (CST)

Join Corridor Games on Demand on their Discord server to play some indie RPGs.


More info >>

The contributions of our community of readers help us keep producing reliable,

independent local journalism that’s free for all. If you believe in that mission too,

support LV today with a one-time or

recurring donation.





Online

Immigrant Foodways: Czech Honey BBQ Ribs

Nov 21 – 2:30pm (CST)

Ribs are a popular BBQ delicatessen all year long. This ribs recipe is super tasty and easy to make.


More info >>





Online

ICCT Presents ‘Oscar’

Nov 21 – 7:30pm (CST)

Iowa City Community Theatre presents an original play by Nicole DeSalle. One night four neighbors look up from their porches to discover a mysterious celestial object hovering among the stars.


More info >>





Online

Essential Workers: A Portrait

Nov 21 – 8:00pm (CST)

Essential Workers: A Portrait brings to the screen eight individuals—a doctor, a firefighter, a farmer, a teacher, and four more—to help us appreciate why they are, indeed, essential.


More info >>





Online

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai – with live commentary from RZA & Michael Gillespie

Nov 21 – 8:00pm (CST)

Late Shift at the Grindhouse presents a live screening of Jim Jarmusch’s “Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai.” Your virtual ticket benefits FilmScene.


More info >>





Online

Virtual Gallery Talk with Rachel Cox, Iowa Artist 2020

Nov 22 – 1:30pm (CST)

Join Artist Rachel Cox and Curator Laura Burkhalter on Zoom for fascinating insight into of Cox’s photography project “Mors Scena,” the subject of her solo exhibition at the Art Center.


More info >>





Online

Decolonize the Classroom

Nov 22 – 4:00pm

Beloved Community Initiative presents a Q&A session with Cinnamon Kills First about the important and intense history of colonization and school systems in relation to Native people.


More info >>





Online

‘Little Women’

Nov 22 – 6:30pm

One-Off Theatrical Productions presents an adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic story by Heather Chrisler, using found objects from across time.


More info >>





Online

ICCT Presents ‘Oscar’

Nov 22 – 7:30pm (CST)

Iowa City Community Theatre presents an original play by Nicole DeSalle. One night four neighbors look up from their porches to discover a mysterious celestial object hovering among the stars.


More info >>





Online

Iowa Organic Conference

Nov 23 – 9:00am (CST)

The 20th Annual Iowa Organic Conference is going virtual! Register for the half-day virtual conference for great sessions with dynamic speakers and demonstrations.


More info >>





Online

Immigrant Foodways: Czech Christmas Cookies III: Maybeetle Cookie

Nov 23 – 6:00pm (CST)

This holiday season, learn how to make a traditional Czech meal and lots of desserts from Czech-born Chef Tom Slepicka. Join us and enjoy a premier cooking class from the comfort of your home.


More info >>


  • 7
    Shares
Thoughts? Tips? A cute picture of a dog? Share them with LV » editor@littlevillagemag.com

Advertisement

Advertisement

For $15/mo you get FilmScene Member and Englert Friend benefits and help secure our future.

Advertisement

Summer Programs 2020

Get 150+ local restaurants delivered to your door in the Iowa City & Cedar Rapids areas!

Advertisement

New Year, New Career!

Free Help Desk & Systems Admin Education available to Iowans impacted by COVID.

Sign Up Today

Advertisement

World of Bikes presents:

GET GEARED UP FOR WINTER

Come talk with our experts about ways to stay on the bike this winter! Find out more at World of Bikes.

Get Started

The Future is Unwritten

You look to Little Village for today’s stories. Your sustaining support will help us write tomorrow’s.

Regular

$10/mo or $120/year
(AUTO-RENEW)
The cost of doing this work really adds up! Your contribution at this level will cover telephone and internet expenses for one month at the LV editorial offices.

Italic

$20/mo or $240/year
(AUTO-RENEW)
$240 is enough to cover one month’s costs for sending out our weekly entertainment newsletter, The Weekender. Make a contribution at this level to put a little more oomph on your support and your weekend.

Bold

$30/mo or $360/year
(AUTO-RENEW)
LittleVillageMag.com connects eastern Iowa culture with the world. Your contribution at this level will cover the site’s hosting costs for three months. A bold move for our boldest supporters!

All monthly and annual contributors receive:

  • Recognition on our Supporters page (aliases welcome)
  • Exclusive early access when we release new half-price gift cards
  • Access to a secret Facebook group where you can connect with other supporters and discuss the latest news and upcoming events (and maybe swap pet pics?) with the LV staff
  • Invitations to periodic publisher chats (held virtually for now) to meet with Matt and give him a piece of your mind, ask your burning questions and hear more about the future plans for Little Village, Bread & Butter Magazine, Witching Hour Festival and our other endeavors.

Advertisement

Randy's Flooring is a local, employee-owned retailed that has been part of the Corridor for over 40 years, delivering quality and value through the largest selection of carpet, tile, hardwood, window treatments, and specialty products supported by the knowledgeable staff and in-house flooring designers who can help transform residential and commercial spaces.

 
Get Started