Five Course Dinner with Wine Pairings by Rodina with WineStyles
Rodina is pleased to host our friend’s WineStyles next Wine & Food Soiree!
Welcome reception begins at 6:00 PM with a seated wine and dinner presentation beginning at 6:30 PM.
Wine & Food – Accompaniments (local produce) will be added the menu prior to the event to preserve freshness! All wines sourced are from vineyards with sustainable practices.
Course 1 –
Country Ham Toast & Beet Pickled Eggs paired with Frog’s Leap Sauvignon and Para Maria Red Blend
Course 2 –
Sablefish Crudo paired with LeP’tit Paysan Chardonnay
Course 3 –
Seasonal Crudites paired with Ancien Pinot Noir
Course 4 –
Braised Pork With Blue Polenta paired with Ehlers Cabernet Sauvignon
Course 5 –
Dessert paired with a special cocktail using D’Orange Vermouth
Girl Boss. Boss Babe. SheEO. Woman Entrepreneur. Female Founder. All of these titles might as well have an AKA after it that states: “We can, and will, do it all.” Until we can’t. Part of being a “she who leads” is knowing what you can and cannot do.
So in Part One of a-still-to-be-determined-how-many-total-parts-there-will be, The House “She Leads Series” … we’re warmly welcoming business coach Janey Stahl to have a seat on the pink couch & teach us how to BE THE BOSS BABE EVERYONE WANTS TO WORK FOR!
*lunch will be provided. For dietary restrictions, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org prior to the event.
Throughout fall, the market will be hosting Unplugged Game Night each Wednesday starting at 5 p.m. Bring some friends to NewBo, turn off the screens and challenge each other to a good ole’ game of Euchre, Uno, Scrabble, Sorry!, or just hang out and build a puzzle!
Attending and signing in 10 times will get you into our spring tournament for free, where you can compete in Euchre, Uno, Scrabble and puzzle building!
Simultaneously familiar and fresh, the Steel Wheels bring a singular energy to every note they play, and sparkling craft to each song. This potent combination, paired with a robust tour calendar, have made the veteran band hands-down favorites of fans and peers alike. From their base in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, TSW have played some of the most prestigious festivals, listening rooms, and clubs in the world, cementing a reputation as one of the top independent bands on the scene today.
While 2017’s stunning studio album, Wild As We Came Here, was still ringing in the air, the band highlighted their legendary live performances with the release of two in-concert EPs. Ever ambitious, and not content to let moss grow under their feet, they then returned to the woods of Maine and the studio of Sam Kassirer, producer of Wild, to record a new album. Over the Trees, released in July 2019, has been praised by No Depression for “expanding the band’s musical boundaries, incorporating new rhythmic textures that accentuate the group’s strengths, and giving the material a more dynamic sound … propulsive, gorgeous, complex.”
In keeping with their relentless growth, the quartet has also become a quintet, adding percussionist Kevin Garcia to the longtime lineup of Brian Dickel, Trent Wagler, Jay Lapp, and Eric Brubaker. The year 2019 also marks the seventh instance of the band’s signature event, the Red Wing Roots Music Festival. Held in Natural Chimney Park in Mt. Solon, Virginia, the annual celebration of roots music and the outdoors hosts a dazzling musical lineup and a wide array of non-musical activities, including organized bike rides, morning yoga, and hikes, allowing fans to take full advantage of the beautiful landscape of the park and the surrounding area.
Museums have, more recently, been challenged with lending a voice to issues of social justice (and injustice). The African American Museum of Iowa recognizes this charge and understands the Museum’s growing role in its responsibility to demonstrate history’s direct impact on our present societal culture and climate. By screening these important documentaries, we are opening the door to honest dialogue, discovery, reflection, and even resolution. Documentaries can offer authentic and untold stories that can serve to fill gaps, expose truth and give a deeper meaning. We hope you will join us at the Cedar Rapids Public Library for these real conversations.
Each screening will be followed by a Q&A session facilitated by a community leader.
Doors open at 5 PM. Screenings will begin at 5:30.
👉🏾 Please visit http://bit.ly/AAMIdocseries for film descriptions and further details.
October 10 – The Uncomfortable Truth: The History of Racism in America
Presented by Jorel Robinson, Community Organizer and City Council Candidate
October 17 – Broken on All Sides: Race, Mass Incarceration and New Visions for Criminal Justice
Presented by Dr. Ruth White, Executive Director of The Academy for Scholastic and Personal Success.
October 24 – Great White Hoax: Donald Trump and the Politics of Race and Class in America
Presented by Anthony Arrington, Managing Partner at Top Rank Solutions
Join us Thursday evenings between 6 and 8pm this October thru December for Next Page Uncorked, an evening of complimentary wine, conversation, and book browsing. Each week our friends at Benz Beverage Depot will provide us with a curated selection of wine. They’re pros at this, we’re not! So, pop in and unwind before heading home or out for the evening. Reservations not required! (NOTE: we will not be open late on Halloween and, of course, closed on Thanksgiving.)