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Plans are moving forward for this year’s annual Crawfordsville Strawberry Festival, which will take place June 11-13 on the grounds of Lane Place. After a one-year absence due to a global … more
Around this time last spring, the Southmont High School drama club students were just learning that their planned performance of the musical “Grease,” for which they had been rehearsing … more
HILLSBORO — The third production in Myers Dinner Theatre’s 25th anniversary season will be the off-Broadway smash hit, The Marvelous Wonderettes, opening at noon April 2, and running … more
Caitlyn Brandt’s inspiration comes from walking in nature. The Michigan-based artist, whose landscape paintings are now on display at the Crawfordsville District Public Library’s Mary … more

Crawfordsville High School presents “Newsies!: The Musical” this weekend. Shows are 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2:30 p.m. Sunday. “Newsies” is loosely based on the 1899 … more
LINDEN — Cinderella meets Little Red Riding Hood and other Brothers Grimm fairy tale characters in Stephen Sondheim’s “Into the Woods,” which takes the stage this weekend at … more
The 2021 exhibit “Versatile Genius: Lew Wallace’s Creative Endeavors” will open at 10 a.m. on Saturday in the Carriage House Interpretive Center at the General Lew Wallace Study … more
The Hoosier Authors Book Club continues its sixth year with a special virtual meeting. The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum’s book club invite Hoosier author Ray E. Boomhower to visit … more
His name may be on the best-selling novel of the 19th century, but when he picked the brush back up to reignite a love for art, Lew Wallace never signed any of his paintings. Or so the staff of … more

After a year’s absence due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wabash College Theater Department is back on stage and will present “Twisted Tales of Poe,” a radio drama based on the … more
HILLSBORO — The second production in Myers Dinner Theatre’s 25th anniversary season will be Moon Over Buffalo, opening Friday and running through March 21. With a plethora of … more
Local tourism officials are sounding an optimistic note about events returning this year as the hospitality industry looks to rebound from the coronavirus pandemic. The planned events include an … more
The President’s Distinguished Speaker Series at Wabash College is pleased to present award-winning journalist, author and producer Liz Plank for a virtual visit at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 23. Register … more
      TERRE HAUTE — The CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center is set to reopen to the public, beginning Feb. 19. During the grand re-opening weekend there will … more

WAYNETOWN  — Waynetown has released the dates for the town’s 2021 festivals. This year the town is planning five events which includes a second attempt for a street festival to be … more
LINDEN — The children of Disney villains go on a mission to steal the Fairy Godmother’s wand and free their parents from an island prison in North Montgomery Middle School’s … more
HILLSBORO — Myers Dinner Theatre in Hillsboro will kick-off its 25th anniversary season with the imaginative theatre piece, Love Letters, opening at 6:30 p.m. Feb. 5 and running through 5 p.m. … more
The Wabash College Malcolm X Institute of Black Studies presents speaker Nate Marshall, whose virtual talk will highlight a day commemorating the life and leadership of the Rev. Martin Luther King … more
Brayden Smith’s winning streak on “Jeopardy!” came to an end Tuesday, but longtime fans are praising the locally-connected contestant as late host Alex Trebek’s last great … more

LINDEN — It is nearly Christmas, and it’s the final two weekends of the year to visit the Linden Depot Museum. The museum at 520 N. Main St., Linden, is full of Christmas spirit with … more
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