Posts tagged with ‘arts’

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    Art on Main Regional Art Show

    Art on Main presents the 24th Annual Regional Fall Art Show in Madison, Indiana. All artists within 120 miles of…

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    Music at the Mansion | Featuring Saxton’s Cornet Band

    Saxton’s Corner Band will perform on the Lanier Mansion grounds. Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic baskets. For more…

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    Music at the Mansion | Featuring Taylor Hernly

    Taylor Hernly will perform on the Lanier Mansion grounds on Sunday, July 17, 2022 from 6-8pm. Bring your lawn chairs,…

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    Music at the Mansion | Featuring Ed “Sax” Thomas

    Ed “Sax” Thomas will perform on the Lanier Mansion grounds. An accomplished inspirational saxophonist whose soul stirring mixture of Gospel…

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    Holiday Market at Little Golden Fox

    A holiday shopping experience featuring a variety of goods by local independent vendors at Little Golden Fox. Friday 11/27 –…

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    Music at the Mansion | Featuring Small Time Napoleon

    Small Time Napoleon will perform on the Lanier Mansion grounds from 6:00pm-8:00pm.¬†Formed in 2013, the band seeks to blend modern…

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    Poetpalooza 2017

    A Tri-State Poetry Summit, Friday evening, April 28, through Saturday, April 29th. Village Lights Bookstore will host hourly reading and…

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    Optical Exploration-Hot to Cold Glass

    Experience a wide range of hot to cold glass work examples by local glass artisans Seth Bickis and Rhonda L.…

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    Lanier Ensemble Concert

    A Lanier descendant will perform music composed by a Lanier ancestor in the parlors of the Lanier Mansion on Saturday,…

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  • Any Spring Break Left?

    For many kids, spring break has been shortened because of the really, really hard winter this year.¬† But some of…

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