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Cameron Cole and Kashawndra Cooper have close connections to the Youth Service Bureau. He works there and she serves on the board of directors. Cole serves as the program manager for Teen Court, … more
RUSSELLVILLE — Good times are cooking over in Russellville this month. Russellville Community Center, partnered with Preston Dildine Presents, announces the return of their dinner theatre … more
The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County will welcome Wabash College Professor Stephen Morillo, at 7 p.m. March 16 for his presentation, Medieval Castles: The Physics of Defense. In his talk, … more
The Carnegie Museum of Montgomery County will celebrate the official Pi Day (3.14) from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. March 18 at the museum in downtown Crawfordsville. Pi Day celebrates the Greek letter Pi … more

FRANKLIN — The Franklin College Theatre Department will present its first play of the spring semester, Galinthias, at 8 p.m. beginning March 9 through March 11 and at 2 p.m. March 12. All … more
Nine dancing duos will put their best moves to the test to help raise money for the Montgomery County Youth Service Bureau. The local nonprofit agency that empowers youth to become responsible … more
Community workers appear among us in many forms: maybe you’ve helped a neighbor with a yard sale, helped build a Habitat house, taken a meal to a neighbor in need, delivered Meals on Wheels, … more
If you are curious about oil painting, but believe that compared to other mediums it’s perhaps more complex and a bit harder to use, don’t let that initial perspective keep you from … more
Headlining this year’s Crawfordsville Strawberry Festival on its opening night will be local favorite Steven Trent and Small Town.  In making the announcement Thursday, Sean Gerold, … more

The public is invited to the Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library for the annual Tri-Kappa Art Show. The show highlights artworks created by local … more
The return to the dance floor is finally going to happen. What was once a staple event on Montgomery County calendars took a hiatus as did many others due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Welcome back … more
Disney’s Frozen Jr. is on stage at the Vanity Theater and tickets were a sell out opening week. An adaptation from the 2018 Broadway musical, Frozen Jr. brings Elsa, Anna, and the magical land … more
Kitten season is right around the corner. If you are paying attention, you have noticed quite a few community cats roaming the streets and neighborhoods of Montgomery County. Cats can have kittens at … more
HILLSBORO — Myers Dinner Theatre is excited to open its 2023 main stage season with the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, The Sound of Music.  This touching and inspirational musical … more

Wabash College will host one of the nation’s foremost ecologists and conservationists when Dr. Douglas Tallamy visits campus as part of the President’s Distinguished Speaker Series. … more
Ahh, February ... The month we think about love as we celebrate Valentine’s Day. It may also be a month to reflect on those we have loved who are no longer with us. What do we do with all that … more
The Mary Bishop Memorial Gallery at the Crawfordsville District Public Library invites the community to view a special exhibition of historical paintings. These works were created by local artists … more
The Wabash College’s Visiting Artist Series presents the Koryu Nishikawa Troupe at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Fine Arts Center’s Ball Theater. The troupe will present, … more
The Wabash College French department received a grant to host a seven-week festival of French films, beginning Monday. The grant from the FACE Foundation (French-American Cultural Exchange) and … more

place on a shelf, joining millions of other items that have made their home here for centuries. At the intersection of artistic and informative, All the World’s Memory is a unique look at the … more
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