Monthly Archives: October 2013

KidsPlay Presents “The Princess Knight”

GREENFIELD — KidsPlay, Inc. children’s theatre will present The Princess Knight Fri. and Sat., Nov. 8 and 9 at 7 p.m., and Sun., Nov. 10 at 2 p.m. The Princess Knight, written by Martin Follose, is mash-up of fairy-tale themes revolving around the feisty Princess Aurora (played by Savannah Coe), … Read More

Flu Vaccine Important for People of All Ages

As a physician, I often see patients coming into my office with fevers, aches, chills and other troublesome symptoms. These cases often rise in the winter and early spring as the flu season grips Indiana. While washing your hands, eating healthy and limiting your contact with potential germs can help, … Read More

Ft. Harrison Bark Park Opens

LAWRENCE — The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has dedicated two bark park areas at Fort Harrison State Park. Herrin Hill, a grassy area, and Platoon Run, a mixture of grass and trees, are now open. A third area, Brigade Landing, will open next year and will be mainly woods … Read More

‘Dream In Color’ Concert Set Nov. 11

INDIANAPOLIS — A benefit concert, part of the “Dream In Color” series, will take place Mon., Nov. 11, at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre. The concert benefits the Live Through Love Foundation, an organization established by Dominic Sheahan-Stahl, who is currently playing the role of Marius Pontmercy in Beef & … Read More

Herron High School Receives Major Gift

INDIANAPOLIS — Herron High School has received a major gift commitment from Steve and Livia Russell toward its $5.3 million capital campaign. The announcement was made at a reception Oct. 26 honoring the couple’s commitment and taking the campaign public. In honor of their generosity, the Museum building will be … Read More