Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan: 'Formosa' Sunday, Feb. 25

“Formosa” is inspired by Taiwan, but has deep ties to Iowa City. Its creator and choreographer is University of Iowa graduate Lin Hwai-min, founder and artistic director of Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan. He earned an MFA from the Iowa Writers’ Workshop in 1971, and received his initial training in modern dance while at the UI. After studying at the Martha Graham Center of Contemporary Dance, he founded Cloud Gate in 1973. The company blends Asian traditions with a modern sensibility to create works performed to great acclaim around the world. “Formosa” is inspired by the landscape and history of Taiwan, while also reflecting on universal human experiences.

Cloud Gate Dance Theatre of Taiwan: “Formosa”

2 p.m. Sunday (2/25), Hancher Auditorium, 131 E. Park Rd., Iowa City; $10 to $60, Hancher Box Office, (319) 335-1160, 1-(800) HANCHER or Hancher.uiowa.edu

Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn Sunday, Feb. 25

Hailed as the king and queen of the banjo, married couple Bela Fleck and Abigail Washburn make their instruments zing. Fleck is a 15-time Grammy Award winner who crosses multiple genres, combining jazz-to-classical ingenuity with bluegrass roots. And Washburn a singer-songwriter and clawhammer banjo player who weaves in Far East culture and sounds. The two met at a square dance, began collaborating musically, fell in love, and meshed their styles. Onstage, the couple will perform pieces from their Grammy-winning, self-titled debut, along with works from their new album, “Echo in the Valley.”

Bela Fleck & Abigail Washburn

7 p.m. Sunday (2/25), Englert Theatre, 221 E. Washington St., Iowa City; $38.50 to $58.50, Englert Box Office, (319) 688-2653 or Englert.org

Meet Henry 'The Fonz' Winkler Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 and 25

Whoa. The cool factor cranked up a notch or two or 10 whenever Arthur Fonzarelli rolled up on his motorcycle. “Happy Days” are here again, when actor Henry Winkler returns to the O’Reilly Auto Parts Rod & Custom Car Show in Monticello. Winkler, who also starred in “Royal Pains,” “Parks and Recreation” and the current NBC comedy “Better Late Than Never,” will sign autographs and pose for photos. It’s all part of a weekend of revved-up family fun.

Henry “The Fonz” Winkler

Noon to 4 p.m. and 6 to 9 p.m. Saturday (2/24) and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday (2/25), Monticello Berndes Center, 766 N. Maple St., Monticello; $5 to $10, $1 discount with canned food donation, Rodandcustomcarshow.com