Monthly Archives: July 2016

It’s Time to Call-the-Fever

INDIANAPOLIS — Children of all ages and families are invited to hear members of the Indiana Fever women’s basketball team read their favorite stories in children’s literature during “Call-the-Fever” on The Indianapolis Public Library’s 24-hour Call-a-Story telephone line. By dialing 275-4444, or toll-free at 877-275-9007, listeners will hear recorded stories … Read More

Irvington Performing Arts Academy Launches Second Semester

IRVINGTON — The Irvington Performing Arts Academy will launch their second semester in mid-August. Classes started last February with a production of the timeless classic Annie with twelve amazing young actors with little to no theatrical experience. The students ages 6-18 performed for two audiences of over 300 people in … Read More

Non-profits Work to Improve Civic Engagement, Voting

INDIANAPOLIS – With the presidential election around the corner and Bicentennial celebrations in full swing, patriotism and civic duty are top of mind for many Hoosiers. Spirit & Place, alongside Indiana Humanities, aims to keep this momentum going by drawing attention to the importance of participating in Central Indiana’s long-term … Read More

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts 1 and 2 Release Party at Bookmamas

After nineteen years, our beloved magical characters from the Harry Potter saga are grown up with children of their own. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Parts 1 and 2 starts at the train station as Harry and Ginny’s son Albus and Ron and Hermione’s daughter Rose wait for their … Read More

PAWS Hosts Pool Party & Dog Dive Contest

GREENFIELD — On Sat., Aug. 13, Partners for Animal Welfare Society is hosting its 12th Annual PAWS Pool Party and Dog Dive Contest at Riley Park Pool, 300 Apple St., Greenfield.  The Dog Dive Contest begins at 10 a.m. There is a $10 registration fee per team. Medals will be … Read More