Author to sign ‘Rub of the Green Revisited’ June 7
How about a book on golf for Fathers’ Day?
Bob Arnett will sign copies of “Rub of the Green Revisited” from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday in Baesler’s Market at 2900 Poplar St. Just in time for Dad’s big day on June 15.
Clinton Optimists plan June 13 golf tourney
The Breakfast Optimist Club of Clinton is planning its 21st annual Charitable Golf Tournament for June 13 at Matthews Park Golf Course in Clinton.
- Concert listings: June 5, 2014
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Bloomington Open Studios Tour set June 6-8
“A Visual Arts Weekend: 3rd Annual Bloomington Open Studios Tour” will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 7 and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 8. The weekend kicks off June 6 during First Friday Gallery Walk.
Symphony League plans luncheon June 21
The Terre Haute Symphony League will host guest speaker Brendan Kearns at a noon luncheon June 21 in the Country Club of Terre Haute at Allendale.
Crossroads Rep to present ‘Comings and Goings’
Crossroads Repertory Theatre at Indiana State University is proud to present a summer season with the theme “Comings and Goings.”
‘100 Midwest Artists’ at Swope May 30-Aug. 23
This summer, the Swope Art Museum will exhibit works by artists who represent Indiana in the 2012 book, “100 Artists of the Midwest” by E. Ashley Rooney (Schiffer Publishing). “100 Midwest Artists: Indiana” opens Friday and continues through Aug. 23.
Vigo Vocal Chords season finale set for June 1
The Vigo County Vocal Chords, formerly the Vigo County Extension Homemakers Chorus, will present its season finale at 2 p.m. Sunday in Westminster Village on Davis Drive in Terre Haute.
Get ‘Crazy’ in Casey May 31
The Casey Chamber of Commerce has planned an entire day of activities for the annual Crazy Casey Days celebration set for Saturday in downtown Casey.
A full lineup of free, live entertainment is headlined by BreakAway, a Central Illinois youth rock band, whose performances feature original music and covers of the ’80s, classic and Southern rock favorites.
Aim for the Cure at TH Sporting Clays on May 31
Sporting event Aim for the Cure will take place Saturday at Terre Haute Sporting Clays.
Proceeds will benefit the Wabash Valley Affiliate of Susan G. Komen.
‘Rising Stars’ to showcase local acts June 1
The Harlan Hall Entertainment Committee plans an afternoon of music by “Rising Stars” from the Marshall, Ill., community.
Vigo Library’s ‘Author Accolades’ welcomes writer of ‘The Book of James’
Five years ago, Sherri and John Andrews lost their 18-year-old son to a drug overdose.
They’ve explained the difficult journey through that tragedy in “The Book of James,” a new book self-published through Xlibris in Bloomington.
Brazil band to perform ‘Dances, Broadway and a Centenary’
The Brazil Concert Band will present “Dances, Broadway and a Centenary” at 8 p.m. Sunday in Forest Park at Brazil, rain or shine.
Meet the ‘Family’ June 5 at Verve
“Family” is a word that encompasses a variety of definitions. With that in mind, let this introduction to Kopecky Family Band be taken with an open mind and with a grain of salt.
Rockin Terry Lee back at the Boot City Opry
Rockin Terry Lee and the Rockaboogie Band return to the Boot City Opry this weekend. Lee’s scheduled appearance on Saturday will mark his eighth consecutive year at the Opry.
Luau for Literacy benefit coming up June 5
Members of the Vigo County Education Foundation invite the community to its Luau for Literacy benefit in the Country Club of Terre Haute at Allendale.
Dancers to perform June 7 ‘Tribute To Cinema’
Teresa’s School of Dance, under the direction of Teresa Miles, will present it’s 25th anniversary production, “A Tribute To Cinema,” at 5 p.m. June 7 in Indiana State University’s Tilson Auditorium.
Marshall Library seeks Friends in June
June is membership month for Friends of Marshall (Ill.) Public Library.
Those interested in becoming an active member should attend a Friends meeting, from 5 to 6 p.m., on the first Thursday of July (July 3 this year), September, November, January, March and May.
Harlan Hall seeks talent for June 29
In the spirit of the “America’s Got Talent” acts of today and the Vaudeville acts of yesteryear, Harlan Hall’s entertainment committee is now seeking individuals or groups with unique and appropriate acts or talents.
Performances must be completed in a seven-minute or less timeframe and be appropriate for an all-ages audience.
Club plans June 21 St. Ann Charity Ride
Wabash Valley Motorcycle Club is planning its annual St. Ann Clinic Charity Ride and Auction to benefit the newly named Wabash Valley Health Center. All funds raised will go directly to the center.
Learn about volunteering at Children’s Museum this summer on June 9
Those who are looking for a way to give back to the community and have fun at the same time are invited to attend a Volunteer Orientation Session at the Terre Haute Children’s Museum from 4 to 5:30 p.m. June 9.
The Museum is at the corner of Eighth Street and Wabash Avenue in downtown Terre Haute.
Fish fry for Clay Search & Rescue set for June 14
A fish fry benefit for Clay County Search & Rescue is scheduled 4 to 7 p.m. June 14 in the National Guard Armory on Indiana 59, south of U.S. 40 in Brazil.
- Museums/Exhibitions: May 29, 2014
Ash Brothers to present tribute to Alabama at Boot City Opry
A tribute to Alabama will be presented at 7 p.m. Saturday night in the Boot City Opry.
Banks of the Wabash Festival kicks off May 22
Celebrating its 41st year along the east bank of the Wabash River in Fairbanks Park, the 2014 Banks of the Wabash Festival will begin May 22 and run through May 31.
Valley artists’ works on display in nature exhibit at Indianapolis airport
Nature photos by Debbie Goodin of Terre Haute and Sheila Ter Meer of Brazil are featured in the “Indiana, Naturally” exhibit on display through Aug. 7 in the Col. H. Weir Cook Terminal Building at the Indianapolis International Airport.
‘Racing into Fashion’ May 22 with the St. George Ladies Society
The spotlight will shine bright today on the St. George Ladies Society annual “Racing into Fashion” style show in St. George Social Center, 1900 S. Fourth St.
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