Wolf Creek Players is a 501c3 non-profit theatre group located in Dysart, Iowa. It began in 2009 as an outpouring of interest for a local theatre after the production of “Godspell.” Wolf Creek Players hopes to attract actors and audiences from all the surrounding communities. It wishes to bring educational and fine arts opportunities to everyone, in cooperation with local businesses.
The Dysart Historical Museum was established in 1997 in the former Peace United Church of Christ which was built in 1894. The historic building has been completely restored and contains many interesting artifacts relative to the history of the Dysart area. The Country School was moved from Carroll Township in Tama County to its present location beside the Museum in 2003. It has been carefully restored and authentically furnished. An Agricultural Museum and Interpretive Center was built at the Center in 2011. It contains many historic agricultural tools and displays. It includes a 1940’s farm kitchen, historic Dysart railroad display, and children’s activity corner. Both buildings are handicapped accessible, as well as completely climate controlled for the comfort of visito
Dysart Women’s Club has been an active group of community-minded women for many years who promote volunteerism and the betterment of Dysart.There are five active departments in the Dysart Women’s Club. They are Take Time 20th Century LaMaison Young Outlooks Fine Arts Click on the visit website link to the left to learn about each club. If anyone would like to join a club, please contact one of the executive board members under the Home link above. Mission Statement Dysart Women’s Club promotes community service through volunteerism while providing social interaction and building a strong network of close and caring friends. Since founded in 1939, Dysart Women’s Club have supported many projects throughout the Dysart Community. Click on each of the different departments to learn about the projects they have developed and/or supporting.