Monthly Archives: March 2014

Benedict Inn, KIB Break Ground on Community Greenspace

INDIANAPOLIS — The Benedict Inn Retreat & Conference Center, a ministry of the Sisters of St. Benedict, will hold a sign placing ceremony on April 5 at 10 a.m. to kick off the Peace & Nature Garden that will be created on the retreat property by Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc., … Read More

“Duck Soup” at Garfield Park

INDIANAPOLIS — Film historian Eric Grayson will screen Duck Soup, the third of three Marx Brothers’ comedies to be shown at Garfield Park this winter. The 1933 farce will be the March Vintage Movie Night on March 29, at 7 p.m. The film stars the four Marx Brothers and their … Read More

Children’s Author David Wiesner Presents 2014 McFadden Lecture

INDIANAPOLIS — Families and individuals of all ages are invited as popular children’s author and illustrator David Wiesner presents The Indianapolis Public Library’s 2014 Marian McFadden Memorial Lecture on April 4 at 7 p.m. at North Central High School, 1801 E. 86th St. Wiesner is a three-time recipient of the … Read More

Therapy Pup a Hit at Harrison Terrace

by Eunice Trotter American Seniors Communities Harrison is making quite an impression on residents of Harrison Terrace, the first all-dementia facility in the state. Hardly anyone walks by him without rubbing him or at the very least, speaking to him. As the latest addition to the Harrison Terrace family, the … Read More

April 2 Speaker Will Discuss Racism In The Church

INDIANAPOLIS — Duke University theologian Willie James Jennings will explore the impact of race issues on the Christian church during an appearance April 2 at the University of Indianapolis. “How to Overcome the Disease of Racism in Christianity” is the title of the talk, which begins at 4:30 p.m. in … Read More