All Ages

America's Music 2

Sep 30
Tuesday 6:00 pm
Music styles that originated in America during the twentieth century is the subject of America's Music 2, a series of programs running on four consecutive Tuesdays beginning September 9. The Broadway, Latin, blues, and rock genres will be spotlighted. Selected film clips receive expert analysis from Drake musicology professor Dr. Eric Saylor, followed by a lively audience discussion. Registration is required and limited to 100 people. Preregistration begins August 1.

America's Music 2

Sep 23
Tuesday 6:00 pm
Music styles that originated in America during the twentieth century is the subject of America's Music 2, a series of programs running on four consecutive Tuesdays beginning September 9. The Broadway, Latin, blues, and rock genres will be spotlighted. Selected film clips receive expert analysis from Drake musicology professor Dr. Eric Saylor, followed by a lively audience discussion. Registration is required and limited to 100 people. Preregistration begins August 1.

America's Music 2

Sep 16
Tuesday 6:00 pm
Music styles that originated in America during the twentieth century is the subject of America's Music 2, a series of programs running on four consecutive Tuesdays beginning September 9. The Broadway, Latin, blues, and rock genres will be spotlighted. Selected film clips receive expert analysis from Drake musicology professor Dr. Eric Saylor, followed by a lively audience discussion. Registration is required and limited to 100 people. Preregistration begins August 1.

America's Music 2

Sep 9
Tuesday 6:00 pm
Music styles that originated in America during the twentieth century is the subject of America's Music 2, a series of programs running on four consecutive Tuesdays beginning September 9. The Broadway, Latin, blues, and rock genres will be spotlighted. Selected film clips receive expert analysis from Drake musicology professor Dr. Eric Saylor, followed by a lively audience discussion. Registration is required and limited to 100 people. Preregistration begins August 1.

Belin Quartet Live Performance

Oct 7
Tuesday 6:30 pm
Franklin Avenue Library welcomes the Belin Quartet. The Quartet is well known in the greater Des Moines community for their free noon-time concerts during the summer. Members of the Quartet include violinists Julie Fox Henson, John Helmich, Tracy Engman Finkelshteyn, violist Sherida Josephson, and cellist George Work. The Belin Quartet was established in 2000 by a generous grant to the Civic Music Association from David Belin's charitable foundation, the Iowa Foundation for Education, Environment, and the Arts.

Gingerbread House Decorating

We will provide all of the materials to make an amazing gingerbread house fit for an elf. Each family that registers will receive one house to decorate together.

To register for this program, please register the name of one family member to represent your family. Since each family will get their own house, you only need to have one registration spot, no matter how large your group. Registration will begin November 3.

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