The Hendricks County Historical museum has a collection of more than 30 vintage wedding dresses. Historic apparel needs special care, and many of the dresses were cleaned and repaired where needed for the annual Afternoon Tea, held in August.
Walmart and Sam’s Club associates, customers and members in Indiana put their money where the miracles are during the annual Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals fundraising campaign.
GREENFIELD — With splotches of paint scattered on his clothes, shoes and eyeglasses, Andrew Hem could finally take a break. The internationally-known muralist spent half a week, from sunrise to sunset each day, bringing a James Whitcomb Riley poem to life in downtown Greenfield.
INDIANAPOLIS — As many times as you may have seen Disney's "The Lion King," you might forget that for nearly the first 30 minutes no song is sung in English.
The Western art community will converge on downtown Indianapolis Sept. 7-8 when one of the top Western art sales in the nation, the annual Quest for the West Art Show and Sale, returns to the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art.
If you ask people about their childhood homes, chances are they are going to remember more than just the things they did there. They’ll remember parts of the decor: the yellow Formica kitchen table, the print on the living room wallpaper, the worn but comfy old brown couch.
Blue Star Hoosier Mothers, Indiana Chapter 3 of Blue Star Mothers of America, Inc., is extending an invitation to military mothers to join the organization.
Tecumseh Lodge Education Group, Inc. will hold its 58th annual Pow Wow on Sept. 1-2 at the Tipton County 4-H Fairgrounds on Indiana 19 in Tipton. The Pow Wow will feature Native American dancing, singing, foods, authentic arts and crafts, traders, educational seminars and programs.
The Indiana State Library recently received a $74,880 grant to support the digitization of Will H. Hays’ papers ranging from 1914-54. Archivist of the United States David S. Ferriero awarded 31 grants totaling more than $4 million through the National Historical Publications and Records Comm…
The American Red Cross needs help to bring back the A’s, B’s and O’s. This is not a typo. These letters represent blood types, and the reality is that during blood shortages these letters do go missing from hospital shelves.
Our December return to Southern California’s Mojave National Preserve offered the opportunity to revisit Kelso Depot, the beautifully restored 1924 Union Pacific rail station that now serves as the preserve’s visitor center.
Buck Creek Players, an Indianapolis theatre troop, will present the critically-acclaimed new musical "Dogfight," based on the 1991 film of the same name starring River Phoenix and Lilli Taylor.
The Lebanon Community of Shalom will host its annual Garden Party and Tour, showcasing many beautiful gardens throughout Boone County. The Garden Party is June 15 at Zionsville's Maplelawn Farmstead with the Garden Tour on July 16.
Prepare to spend an entertaining evening watching Plaza Suite by Neil Simon, directed by Doug Davis and produced in cooperation with Samuel French, a show full of twists and turns that will have you continually laughing throughout the entire show at Center Stage Community Theatre.
Conner Prairie will feature the program, From Indiana to the Moon: A Smithsonian Presentation, featuring historian Matthew Shindel 7-8:30 p.m. Thursday.
Adult Coloring is the theme for Boone County Extension Homemakers First Tuesday session from 6:30 to 8 p.m. May 1, which will be held in the Farm Bureau Community Building on the 4-H Fairgrounds.
Students in Zionsville Middle School's year long art program submitted original designs to be considered for the 2018 Z'Run race T-shirt.
Scouting for Food is a national campaign that helps fight local hunger. This year’s project runs through April and partners with Kroger and Girl Scouts of Central Indiana.
The United Way of Central Indiana's Area Northwest Youth Engagement Team invites local youth and their families to participate in the 2018 Boone County Global Youth Service Day (GYSD) event on April 14.
The annual dinner meeting of the Sheridan Historical Society is scheduled for 6 p.m. April 19 in the Community Room of the Sheridan Public Library.
The American Red Cross encourages the community to give blood during National Volunteer Month. Donating blood is a simple way for those who are short on time to make a life-changing difference.
April is World Autism Awareness Month, and groups and organizations everywhere are working to bring greater awareness to those living on the autistic spectrum.
Take spring cleaning to a new level with the Indiana Historical Society's (IHS's) fifth annual Preservation Week Road Show. The event featuring free guest consultations, programs and digital scans.
The Alzheimer’s Association released its 2018 Alzheimer’s Disease Facts and Figures report last week, including staggering findings on people living with Alzheimer’s disease and their caregivers in Indiana.
Attending the ballet can be intimidating as an adult, let alone an adult taking their child to the ballet for the first time. Typically, a full-length ballet tells a story through its own unique set of intricate dance steps and pantomime.
Indiana sheriffs' prayers for an interdenominational peace chapel at their new Youth Ranch have been answered. A generous and unexpected donor, often called an “angel” by not-for-profit organizations, has funded a house of worship for future law enforcement officers and at-risk kids.
Though spring has arrived, the American Red Cross blood supply is still recovering from severe winter storms in March. Donors of all blood types are urged to roll up a sleeve and help save lives.
In the English language, the letter Q most often needs the letter U. That's why the students at Effingham's Early Learning Center had a wedding ceremony recently in a quest to unite the two forever.
For the past several years the Sheridan Rotary Club, in cooperation with S & S Travel from Fort Wayne, has offered the community a chance to get out and see interesting attractions across Indiana and throughout the Midwest. The bus trips range from one day to multi-day adventures.
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