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TEDxIndianapolis 2013 at Hilbert Circle Theatre, Oct. 22

August 19, 2013 Leave a comment
Hilbert Circle Theatre

Hilbert Circle Theatre. staff photo, (c) 2013, all rights reserved.

By Lisa Sirkin Vielee
On behalf of TEDxIndianapolis

Organizers recently announced the full speaker line-up for TEDxIndianapolis 2013. In total, 22 speakers’ names were revealed, including 10 national speakers and the Los Angeles-based emcee. The speakers will bring both local and international perspectives on innovation across disciplines to TEDxIndianapolis 2013, to be held October 22, 2013, at Hilbert Circle Theatre in downtown Indianapolis.

“We purposefully selected speakers who reflected the Mix It Up theme of the event,” said Jim Walker, executive director of Big Car and the TEDxIndianapolis organizer. “These speakers offer distinct views on literacy, healthcare, art and design, discrimination, education, refugees, invention, poverty, business and technology. These talks will offer big ideas we can apply in all disciplines and industries.”

The TEDxIndianapolis 2013 speakers include:


  • Davy Rothbart (California) – The Surprising Ways Our Questions Connect Us


  • Jeb Banner (Indianapolis) – Everything I Needed to Know About Business I Learned from Being in a Band
  • Gary Benenson (New York) – What We Learn from Bad Design
  • Rosan Bosch (Denmark) – Design as a Tool for Development
  • Rodney Byrnes (Indianapolis) – Holistic Revitalization
  • Catherine Chalmers (New York) – Collaborating with Insects
  • LaShawnda Crowe Storm (Indianapolis) – Building Community One Stitch at a Time
  • Patti Digh (North Carolina) – Title Pending
  • Michael Flaherty (Indianapolis) – Spinnovation: Investigating Our Domestic Revolutions
  • John C. Havens (New York) – Shift the Impact of Modern Technology
  • Matt Hunkler (Indianapolis) – The Truth About Transformation
  • Steven M. Johnson (California) – Mental Mixers for Imagining Future Products and Scenarios
  • Tasha Jones (Indianapolis & Atlanta) – Poetically Remixing Classic Literature
  • Jeffrey Kline (Carmel) – Your Face Tells if You are Sick!
  • Christian Long (Ohio) – Wonder by Design
  • Doug McColgin (Carmel) – Your Neighbor Has Your Breakthrough
  • Jim Poyser (Indianapolis) – D’earth! Our Climate Crisis in Poyspective
  • Chad Priest (Indianapolis) – The Impact of Thinking Across Disciplines
  • Florian Riviére (nowhere) – Open Your World
  • Andrés Tapia (Illinois) – Why Diversity is Upside Down
  • Risë Wilson (New York) – Title Pending
  • Kristin Wright (Indianapolis) – The Power of Welcome

More information about each speaker can be found at

Tickets for TEDxIndianapolis 2013 at Hilbert Circle Theatre are now on sale. Tickets are $75 with lunch and $65 without and can be purchased at

TEDxIndianapolis 2013 producing partners are Big Car, Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, International School of Indiana, and Indiana Humanities. The event is sponsored by Wayne Zink, title sponsor; Lumina Foundation and The Heritage Group, mixer sponsors; and visionary sponsors, CICF, Indy Chamber, NUVO Newsweekly, Efroymson Family Fund, a CICF Fund, WFYI, and Well Done Marketing. Additional support is provided by the Indiana Historical Society, Gracie Communications, Green BEAN Delivery, Apparatus, The Strategy Forums, Rainmakers Sparks, Sycamore School, Bohlsen Group, Netlogx, Centric, KA+A, Midwest Language Services, Spirit and Place, New Balance Shoe, and The Learning Architect Group. 

Speaker line-up and presentation titles subject to change.

About TEDx

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized (subject to certain rules and regulations).

About TED
TED is a nonprofit organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading. Started as a four-day conference in California 26 years ago, TED has grown to support those world-changing ideas with multiple initiatives. At TED, the world’s leading thinkers and doers are asked to give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes. Talks are then made available, free, at

Editor’s Acknowledgement: Gracie Communications.

Women, Wisdom and Wellness Conference, Aug. 16

July 23, 2013 Leave a comment
JW Marriott Hotel in downtown Indianapolis, Indiana.

JW Marriott Hotel. staff photo, (c) 2013, all rights reserved.

By Lori Plummer
WFYI Public Media

Begin your personal journey to wellness and serenity by joining WFYI Public Media for its 2013 Women, Wisdom & Wellness conference presented by St.Vincent Women’s Services and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield on Friday, August 16, from 8:30 am to 2 pm at the JW Marriott (10 S. West Street) in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Individual tickets are $40 each. Reserved tables for ten are $500. Tickets can be purchased online at or by calling 317-614-0464. Event proceeds will benefit WFYI Public Media’s mission to enrich the community through its award-winning programs and lifelong learning services.

“Through our wealth of multi-media services, community partnerships and rich educational resources, WFYI Public Media remains steadfast in its commitment to promote healthy lifestyle choices to Hoosier women and their families,” said Jeanelle Adamak, WFYI’s Executive Vice President of Support Services. In 1998, under Adamak’s visionary leadership, WFYI first introduced its unique concept for a daylong conference and community-wide educational initiative designed to educate women about their personal health and well-being.

This year’s Women, Wisdom & Wellness conference highlights will include more than a dozen breakout sessions, information booths, a luncheon keynote, a lovely commemorative tote bag, sponsor gifts and an on-site boutique area featuring an assortment of jewelry, accessories and other fun items.

Julie Schnieders, an accomplished nurse practitioner and the voice of St.Vincent’s health information service, “338-4-her,” will lead you on your journey to wellness. As conference emcee, Schnieders will offer insights on timely women’s health topics and entertain attendees with her unique brand of humor.

Linda Larsen, a witty and gifted motivational speaker, author and on-stage actress, will deliver this year’s luncheon keynote. Larsen will share her powerful story about how she went from making headlines as a kidnap victim to using her frightening experience to help inspire and empower women across the globe.

In conjunction with this year’s theme, “Happy, Healthy Hearts,” free health screenings will be offered for high blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes and BMI. If a test indicates a high risk factor, individuals will receive follow-up counseling from St.Vincent professionals. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about and take the “Healthy Habits Promise”— four simple, healthy habits that can reduce a woman’s chances of a cardiovascular event by nearly 40%. These healthy habits include: avoiding tobacco; reducing BMI; consuming at least five fruits and vegetables daily; and engaging in aerobic exercise three or more hours per week.

WFYI’s Women, Wisdom & Wellness conference is presented by St.Vincent Women’s Services and Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield. The featured sponsor is Fifth Third Bank. Additional support is provided by Urology of Indiana, Sam’s Club, Indy Dental Sleep, Whisper Hearing Centers and Honors Beauty College/Tricoci University of Beauty Culture.

43rd Annual Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration

July 12, 2013 1 comment
Indiana Convention Center

Many IBE events take place at the Indiana Convention Center. staff photo, (c) 2013, all rights reserved.

By Jennifer Hanson
Indianapolis Downtown, Inc.

Celebrate the Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration in its 43rd year.  The celebration takes place July 11 – 21 at the Indiana Convention Center plus various other Downtown venues.  Summer Celebration is the largest African-American event in the nation with an anticipated attendance of more than 300,000 people. Enjoy everything from live music at the Music Heritage Festival to exciting youth activities such as Youth Entrepreneur Seminar (YES)Youth Leadership Summit (YLS) and the Family Fun Zone. Take advantage of employment opportunities, health fairs, cultural pavilions, various exhibits and more!

Summer Celebration general admission tickets: $8 in advance; $7 in advance for senior citizens; $19.99 in advance for three-day general admission; $10 after July 19.

Select Indiana Black Expo Summer Celebration event highlights are listed below.  For the full calendar of events, visit or call 317-925-2702.

July 13 & 14
IBE Film Festival
Experience moving films and eye-opening documentaries spread over two days.  The lineup includesThe Lower 9: A Story of Home,a film showcasing four residents trying to reestablish their lives after the destruction of Hurricane Katrina and the ongoing struggles of their neighborhood seven years later. Another film, Reel Black Love, highlights Black Love on screen and the social impact it has had on culture. For the full list of films, visit
Location: Indianapolis Art Museum, Tobias Theater
Time: Saturday, noon – 5 p.m.; Sunday 1 – 5 p.m.
Price: FREE

July 16
Children’s Day Presented by Anthem Blue Cross & Blue Shield
This popular event kickoffs the opening of Family Fun Zone presented by Indiana University for children ages 4-11. Attendees participate in a day of entertainment, education and activity with exhibitors including  Kenya’s World, Cummins Inc. LEGO® Engine Replica, Pacers Fan Van, Colts PLAY60, Marion County Public Library Bookmobile.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, Hall B
Time: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m.
Price: FREE

July 15 – 17
Black Business Conference Series
The conference series occurs throughout the week and provides workshops, symposiums, receptions and networking opportunities.
Location: Indiana Convention Center
Time: Various times
Cost: FREE (Register online at

July 16 & 17
Youth Entrepreneur Seminar (YES): The Making of a Mogul 

YES: The Making of a Mogul gives 50 motivated youth, ages 13-19, an opportunity to receive hands-on training to develop and showcase their business idea through a two-day on-site interactive experience. The first place winner not only receives a $500 investment but an exhibitor’s booth during the annual Summer Celebration Weekend to market and sell their business service or product.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, Rooms 109-110
Time: 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Price: FREE

July 18
WTHR-TV 13 Employment Opportunity Fair
WTHR-TV 13 is hosting one of Indiana’s top career fairs with more than 100 employers on-site, ready to recruit qualified candidates.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, 500 Ballroom
Time: 12 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Cost: FREE (Register at

July 18 – 21
INshape Indiana Black & Minority Health Fair
INshape Indiana hosts the country’s largest Black & Minority Health Fair. Attend the fair for FREE health screenings and education.
Time: Thursday, opening reception, 3 – 4 p.m. (Invitation only); Thursday, Seniors Night, 4 – 8 p.m.; Friday noon – 8 p.m.; Saturday noon – 8 p.m.; Sunday noon – 6 p.m.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, Hall D
Cost: FREE

July 19
Pacers Sports & Entertainment Corporate Luncheon presented by Hoosier Lottery & State Farm
The signature fundraiser of Summer Celebration attracts a sold-out audience each year where top corporate, government and community leaders enjoy unique networking opportunities and an awards ceremony that recognizes some of the nation’s most outstanding leaders. This year’s awardees include Billy Dee Williams, Tisha Campbell-Martin, The O’Jays and Spike Lee.
Time: 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, Hall J & K
Cost: $60/Table $600

July 19
Music Heritage Festival Outdoor Free Concert 
This year’s FREE concert features The O’Jays with special guest Midnight Star.  Please be aware Meridian and Pennsylvania streets from Michigan Street to St. Clair Street may be closed for public safety during the concert. 
Time: 6 p.m.
Location: American Legion Mall
Cost: FREE; $40 VIP seating available

July 19 – 21
Youth Leadership Summit

This event is for student leaders who want to see and affect change in their community. Network with and learn from youth statewide. Experience a fun and interactive introduction to Purdue University.
Location: Hyatt Regency Downtown, Cosmopolitan Ballroom
Time: Friday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Saturday 9 a.m. – 10 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. – 11 a.m.
Price: $15 Friday only; Friday & Saturday (day only) $30; $200 Full weekend (Register online at

July 20
All White Affair Party 
The annual party brings out Indy’s new and cool generation.  Top entertainers and celebrity guests keep the party going.  Featured entertainment includes DJ Kid Capri & Kevon Edmonds from After 7.
Time: 8 p.m. – 2 a.m.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, Sagamore Ballroom
Cost: $25

July 20 
Amateur Boxing 
Amateur boxing is back for the 43rd Summer Celebration. Dual competition of top amateur boxers from Indiana and Ohio will compete from all weight classes.
Time: 2 p.m.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, Hall G
Cost: Included in exhibition hall admission

July 21
IBE Fashion Show “Fashion Here & Now” Presented by Macy’s
See all of Indy’s premier, black-owned fashion boutiques and fashion designers showcase their latest works on the runway.
Time: 3 p.m.
Location: Indiana Convention Center, 500 Ballroom
Cost: Included in exhibition hall admission

For complete information on Summer Celebration, log on to or call 317-925-6624. For information on more summer events Downtown or for a Downtown map, call Indianapolis Downtown, Inc. at 317-237-2222.

Please visit for a map of expo event venues, parking and street information.

GearFest ’13 at Sweetwater Sound in Fort Wayne, June 21-22

June 21, 2013 Leave a comment
Sweetwater Sound in Fort Wayne, Indiana

Sweetwater Sound in Fort Wayne, Indiana. staff photo, (c) 2013, all rights reserved.

By Bob Burchfield, Editor, LLC

Sweetwater Sound, the giant musical instruments and pro audio gear outlet in Fort Wayne, Indiana, hosts its annual GearFest today and tomorrow, June 21-22, 2013, at its campus in Allen County.

Ever been to Fry’s Electronics in Fishers? Geek heaven, eh? Well…Sweetwater is the same for musicians. Millions of dollars’ worth of gear, a killer recording studio, a state-of-the-art auditorium, an in-house cafeteria, indoor miniature golf, an impressive warehouse, and lots more. If you have the least interest in music and you’ve never been to Sweetwater Sound, it’s worth the trip just to take a walk through their incredible building.

GearFest is a huge open house, free to the public, that features two days of gear fanatics’ utopia: all the top manufacturer’s reps on hand to answer your questions, free music and audio workshops led by big-name industry veterans, thousands of dollars in gear and prize giveaways, live performances from world-class musicians, a huge musicians’ flea market, gear deals with discounts up to 80%, free guitar restringing, and lots of other activities and special events.

Sweetwater Sound is located at 5501 US Highway 30 West, about a mile or so west of I-69 on the west side of Fort Wayne. GearFest is open today from 9 am to 6 pm and Saturday from 9 am to 5 pm. Admission is free. For more information, visit, or call 260-432-8176, Allen County Event Listings on…

June 2013 Events in Bloomington and Monroe County

Arts Fair on the Square in Bloomington, June 22

Arts Fair on the Square in Bloomington, June 22.
Photo provided by Visit Bloomington and used with written permission.

By Julie Warren
Visit Bloomington

Welcome to Bloomington!

After a very rainy, cold, and rather snowy spring, the sun has finally decided to visit Bloomington! The official first day of summer is quickly approaching and many visitors and residents could not be happier. Many of the students may have said their goodbyes to their beloved college town for a few months, but Bloomington is still bursting with activities. Summer in Bloomington is a fantastic time to explore what the city has to offer and an especially good time to showcase the arts.

No matter when you visit this summer, you’ll find numerous events on campus with the IU Summer Festival of the Arts. Events include dance, visual art, music, cinema, and theatre—there is never a quiet day in this artsy little city. From attending a concert at the Musical Arts Center to exploring an exhibit at the Mathers Museum, there is a variety of things to see, hear, and do.

Bloomington is packed with traditions when it comes to unique dining experiences but it is also filled with many hidden treasures. Come explore the annual Taste of Bloomington on June 22 to find your new favorite. The festival will also host live performances and children’s activities. Luckily for visitors, the 32nd annual Arts Fair on the Square will showcase over 60 regional and national artists and craftspeople on the very same day. Art activities will be provided for kids while artwork and entertainment will be on display for adults. Prepare yourselves for an entertaining and delicious day, filled with arts, crafts, and the best food that Bloomington has to offer.

Although the Gallery Walk is open all year round, this June marks its 10th anniversary. Located downtown, this self-guided tour includes eleven galleries, all in walking distance from each other. The Gallery Walk hosts local artists, as well as regional, national, international, and emerging artists in a variety of mediums. This impressive tour is great for a refreshing date night or a less-than-ordinary night out with friends.

If you thought June was already exciting, get this: it is also Limestone Month! Don’t know much about limestone? No need to worry—you can learn about all the interesting fragments of limestone at one of the several events hosted this month. Exciting events offered include: a tour of the Victor Oolitic quarry, an architectural tour of the IU campus, The Art of Indiana Limestone exhibit, the 17th Annual Indiana Limestone Symposium, and many more exhibits and presentations that are sure to rock.

Also in June is the Limestone Comedy Festival, June 6-8, featuring nationally known comedians like Tig Notaro and Maria Bamford, plus some of Bloomington’s favorites. This three-day comedy festival will be held at various venues throughout downtown Bloomington. If you are into comedy, this is one festival you do not want to miss this summer.

There are many more events, shows and performances taking place this month, including live local music every night of the week!  For more information on events, restaurants, shopping and attractions, go to

June 2013

Ongoing Events:

Songwriters Showcase
Every Monday, 8 pm
Player’s Pub, 812-334-2080

Lunch Concerts Series
Every Tuesday, 11:30 am
People’s Park

Beer School at Yogi’s
Every Tuesday, 7 pm
Yogi’s Grill & Bar, 812-323-9644

Free Live Entertainment
Every Friday, 9 pm
Eagle Pointe Golf Resort, 812-824-4040

Farmer’s Market
Every Saturday, 8 am
Showers Common, 812-349-3738

Brewery Tours
Every Saturday, 2 pm
Upland’s Production Brewery, 812-336-2337

Misguided Comedy Tours of Bloomington
Every Saturday, 2 pm
Various locations, 812-322-2211

Picnics at Creekbend
Every Second  Sunday, 1 pm
Oliver Winery, 812-876-5800

Yoga in the Atrium
Every Saturday, 11:30 am
Fine Arts  Plaza, 812-855-5445

Ryder Films in the Root Cellar Lounge
Every Thursday, 7:30 pm
Root Cellar Lounge, 812-323-0002

Fridays at Third Street Park Concerts
Every Friday, 6:30 pm
Third Street Park, 812-349-3725

HiStory Time
Third Thursday of every month, 10:30 am
Monroe County History Center, 812-332-2517 ext. 3

Special Events:

Amazing Avians: A Live Bird Show
June 1-2, 11 am & 1 pm Saturday; 2 pm Sunday
WonderLab, 812-330-1337

Roller Derby
June 1, 6 pm
The Cardiac Arena

Spun: A Brother/Sister Rock Musical
June 1, 7:30 pm
Bloomington Playwrights Project, 812-334-1188

The Dance Center Spring Recital
June 2, 2:30 pm & 5:30 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater, 812-323-3020

The Limestone Comedy Festival
June 6-8
Downtown Bloomington venues, 812-336-LAFF

First Friday Evening Science of Art: Limestone Carving
June 7, 5 pm

The Art of Indiana Limestone Exhibit
June 7, 5 pm
The Fell

Oliver Winery’s Tunes on the Terrace: The Rigbys
June 7, 7:30 pm
Oliver Winery, 812-876-5800

A Fair of the Arts
June 8, 8 am
Showers Common, 812-349-3725

Victor Oolitic Quarry Tour
June 8, 9:30 am
Bloomington Visitors Center, 812-334-8900

Back to the Future: Mid-Century Modern Home Tour
June 8, 1 pm
First United Methodist Church, 800-450-4534

Timeless Fashion
June 8, 2pm
Monroe County History Center, 812-332-2517

June 8, 5 pm
Upland Brew Pub, 812-336-2337 ext. 209

Roller Derby
June 8, 6 pm
The Cardiac Arena

New Wave Night- ‘80s Dance Party!!
June 8, 10 pm
The Root Cellar Lounge, 812-323-0002

Who’s Bad
June 8, 9:00 pm
Bluebird Nightclub, 812-339-8984

Thrive in Love: Weekend Workshop
June 8-9, 9:30 am
Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center, 812-825-3704

Charlotte’s Web
June 8-23, 7 pm; plus 2 pm Saturday & Sunday
Ivy Tech John Waldron Arts Center, 812-323-3020

The Jewish Theatre of Bloomington presents Old Wicked Songs
June 8-15, 7:30 pm Thursday & Saturday; 2 pm Sunday
Bloomington Playwrights Project

“Foreign Affairs, Domestic Intrigue”: A Concert of Songs and Duets from Broadway & Opera
June 9, 2 pm
Fairview United Methodist Church, 917-449-5284

Dining with Doug and Karen!
June 9, 1:30 pm
The Comedy Attic, 812-336-5233

17th Annual Indiana Limestone Symposium
June 9-15
Bybee Stone Co., 812-824-8845

Touch a Truck
June 12, 12 am
Twin Lakes Sports Park parking lot, 812-349-3718

Frances Ha
June 13-17, 9:30 pm Thursday; 7 pm Sunday & Monday
IU Cinema Center, 812-630-1925

Architectural Tour of the IU Campus
June 14, 2 pm
Sample Gates, 800-800-0037

Festival Orchestra – Arthur Fagen, Conductor: Menahem Pressler, Piano
June 14, 8 pm
Musical Arts Center, 812-855-9846

National Ham Radio Kids’ Day
June 15, 1 pm
WonderLab, 812-330-1337

Build Your Own Radio Workshop
June 15, 2 pm
WonderLab, 812-330-1337

Summer Music Clinic Final Concert
June 15, 1 pm
Musical Arts Center, 812-855-9846

The Mountain Goats
June 15, 8 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater, 812-323-3020

Chris Cagle
June 15, 9 pm
The Bluebird, 812-336-3984

“The Impresario” by W.A. Mozart
June 16, 4 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

Hop On! Pop
June 16, 9:30 am
Team Effect/Holler Hoppin’ Zip Lines, 812-988-0085

Presentation: Indiana Limestone Up Close
June 20, 6 pm
Monroe County History Center, 812-332-2517

Pirates of the Carabiners
June 20-26, 9:30 am
Team Effect/Holler Hoppin’ Zip Lines, 812-988-0085

Midsummer Night at the Art Museum
June 21, 7 pm
Indiana University Art Museum, 812-855-5445

The Ragin’ Texans at the Bluebird
June 21, 7:30 pm
Bluebird Night Club, 812-336-3984

The Seasons of Sebastian Concert XIX – A Summer Solstice Bach Bash Janettee Fishell, Organ
June 21, 8 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

Arts Fair on the Square
June 22, 10 am
Monroe County Courthouse Lawn, 812-334-1188

Taste of Bloomington
June 22, 3 pm
Showers Common, 812-336-3681

A Tribute to Freddie Hubbard: An Indianapolis Jazz Legend
June 22, 8 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

2013 Summer Garden Walk
June 22-23, 10 am Saturday; 12 pm Sunday
Monroe County History Center

Arnie the Doughnut
June 22, 25-29, 11 am
Lee Norvelle Theatre & Drama Center, 812-855-1103

Emile Naoumoff, Piano
June 23, 4 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

Parquet Courts
June 23, 8 pm
The Bishop, 812-333-4700

Steve Zegree Vocal Jazz Camp Solo Performances
June 24-27, 8 pm
Serendipity, 812-855-9846

Jazz from Bloomington Jam Session
June 25, 6:45 pm
Café Django, 608-322-6827

Dido and Aeneas – Summer Festival Chorus; Dominick DiOrio, Conductor
June 25, 8 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

Summer Band – Stephen W. Pratt, Conductor
June 26, 7 pm
Musical Arts Center, 812-855-9846

Swing! The Musical
June 26-30, 7:30 pm Tuesday-Saturday; 2 pm Sunday
Lee Norvelle Theatre & Drama Center, 812-855-1103

Rubens Quartet
June 27, 8 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

June 27-30, 12 pm Thursday; 9 am Friday & Saturday; 9 am Sunday
IU Cinema Center, 812-630-1925

Don Freund Lecture
June 28, 6:45 pm
Sweeney Hall, 812-855-9846

Festival Chamber Players
June 28, 8 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

Craig Brenner at Café D’Jango
June 28, 8 pm
Café D’Jango, 812-335-1297

Steve Zegree Vocal Jazz Camp Final Concert
June 28, 7:30 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater, 812-855-9846

Peter Stumpf, Cello and Evelyne Brancart, Piano
June 29, 8 pm
Auer Hall, 812-855-9846

Cardboard Construction Extravaganza!
June 29-30, 12 pm Saturday; 1:30 pm Sunday
WonderLab, 812-330-1337


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