Community events offered April 12 and 13 in the Wabash Valley.
For some reason, when so much else in his life had been discarded or forgotten over the passing years, Parke County farmer Max Lee kept a scrapbook he put together in 8th grade. All this time later, his family is glad that he did.
Wabash Valley Art Guild has partnered with the Vigo County Historical Society to present the Art Guild's annual spring show May 7 and 8 in the WCHS Museum at 929 Wabash Ave. Admission to view the show on the third floor is free.
Each month the River City Art Association selects a member to display their artwork in a virtual show hosted by the Vigo County Public Library.
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The safety of people affected by Multiple Sclerosis continues to be paramount this year. That is why "Walk MS: Terre Haute" will be virtual on April 24.
The Beef House Dinner Theatre near Covington will open its 25th season this month with performances by Blessed Assurance with Kena Clark. On April 15 and 16, doors open at 6 p.m. with dinner served before the 8 p.m. show. Matinees on April 17 and 18 will begin at 2 p.m.
Marshall Autumn Fest organizers are in the implementation phases of the 2021 event. To volunteer during the event, call the Marshall Area Chamber of Commerce.
Robin Vogel of Rockville participated in the March 20 “Music of the Living” choral concert at Albright College in Reading, Penn. A soprano in the Concert Choir and a member of the Albright Angels, the Harrisonburg High School graduate is majoring in
The Terre Haute Bridge Club board of directors had its monthly meeting before the start of the Tuesday game. Reopening of the club for live play was the major item up for discussion. A split developed over whether proof of vaccination should be required to gain admission to the club and play in a game. A short-term solution was agreed upon with the noon Wednesday game to begin as it was before the shutdown with masks to be worn and vaccinations strongly advised but no inspection of certificates.
The Indiana State Library in Indianapolis and the Central Indiana DNA Interest Group will host a free online DNA Workshop from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on May 8.
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