During the Grillin' with Iowa Wines event, wine lovers traverse the Western Iowa Wine Trail, traveling past scenic byways and picturesque rolling hills before stopping at six wineries doling out wine samples and barbecue. At each stop, participants taste Iowa wines produced from cold-climate grapes and local fruits, visit with the winemakers, and dig into barbecue designed to complement the wines. The trail stretches from Minden to Thurman, and groups can hit all six stops in one day or spread their visits out over two days.
Treat yourself to a night out at the movies at Twin Creek Cinema in Bellevue and enjoy some relaxation time.
While you're enjoying this theater, be sure to check out their amazing restaurant for a tasty meal.
Bring the whole family to this theater, where kiddos are welcomed with open arms.
Enjoy the smell of nature when you see a movie outdoors at Twin Creek Cinema.
Tired of driving in circles? Head to Twin Creek Cinema for a bite to eat and find quick parking in the lot next door.
If you love an afternoon at the movies, you'll love the cinemas at Legacy 3 Theatres in Shenandoah.
Legacy 3 Theatres' drive-in theater offers a new and exciting movie-watching experience.
Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
Save up for a trip to Knights of Columbus in Bellevue and discover something new and exciting, such as hot attractions.
There are plenty of parking facilities in the area for you to take advantage of during your visit.
"A tropical paradise," the headline reads, "Just ignore the cornfields on the way there." These few words on a story about a Hawaiian-themed home near Papillion sum up Omaha Magazine's editorial vision: fun, informational, and tongue-in-cheek—and always paired with an awe-inspiring glossy picture. The magazine highlights the city and surrounding area, featuring lifestyle pieces, restaurant reviews, sports and arts stories, health tips, and business profiles. And its annual Best of Omaha list, a staple since the mid '80s, gives readers the power to award their favorite grocery stores, Mexican restaurants, banks, and magazines with coveted titles instead of more homemade papier-mache trophies.
Since 1925, the Dundee Theatre’s gold curtains have been parting for generations of rapt audiences. Originally a vaudeville theater, the venue was transformed into a movie house during the Great Depression as a cost-cutting measure. For the next half century it traded hands, sometimes screening art films, sometimes featuring family fare, and once showing a 118-week run of The Sound of Music, which was eventually halted by a town statute banning raindrops on roses.
In 1980, current owner Denny Moran stepped in and renovated the theater to recapture some of the splendor of its early days. The old vaudevillian stage and dressing rooms still lurk behind the silver screen, counterbalanced by a state-of-the-art Dolby Digital EX sound system and Cyrano de Bergerac smell system. Under Moran's watch, the Dundee Theatre now screens an eclectic mix of art and independent films, cinema classics, and cult favorites.