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The Community Calendar allows one to view up to the minute additions and changes to scheduled community events.

If you could like your community event added to this list, please submit your information by using one of the options listed on the right.

Upcoming Community Events

Grace Full Baptist Church
Date: Friday, 8/22

Grace Full Baptist Church will host The Perry's August 22nd at 7pm.
Doors open at 6pm
Open to the public free and loving offer will be taken.
For more information call 812-275-8100


Lawrence County Firefighter Golf Scramble
Date: Saturday, 8/23

Lawrence County Firefighter Association host their 6th Annual Golf Scramble August 23rd, 2014 at the Stone Crest Golf Course
A fundraising activity to enhance their ability to continue.
$50 per person $200 per team
Entries fees include greens fee, golf cart, lunch and prizes.
Drawing after the golf scramble for: $100 $200, and $300 And other prizes. Also every hole is a winner.


First Baptist Church Children's Ministry
Date: Saturday, 8/23

First Baptist Church Children's Ministry is holding a car wash/bake sale/lemonade stand on Saturday August 23rd from 12-4 as a fundraiser for Becky's Place. Could you please place include this event in your publications calendar / event listings?


Bedford Park Department
Date: Saturday, 8/23

August 23-24 Riley Hospital Benefit For Children
Men & Women’s Tournaments
Entry fee $225.00, deadline to enter August 20th 4pm
Call Bedford Parks Department to enter your team 812-275-5692
5 HR Limit can purchase 5 more
HR Derby


Second Annual Children’s Outdoor Weekend
Date: Saturday, 8/23

Second Annual Children’s Outdoor Weekend

Mitchell: Join us on August 23rd and 24th at Spring Mill State Park’s Children’s Outdoor Weekend. It will be two full days of activities, games, crafts and fun.

Children can attend programs throughout the day that will earn them a Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights Patch and Certificate. If you have last year’s patch there will be favorite activity patches available. Some of the activities include meeting a Conservation Officer and finding out about safety in Parks, Naturalist led hikes, planting seeds to take home, a creek stomp, a fishing game with prizes and more.
The reason for this event is children who play outside are healthier, do better in school, they grow up to have better social skills, a stronger self image, and lead more fulfilled lives. Furthermore the future of conservation and stewardship of our natural and cultural resources depends on engaging America’s children today. For this reason Spring Mill says “let’s get children outside and let them experience nature”. Join us on August 23rd and 24th for Children’s Outdoor Weekend. If you want more information about the event contact: The Park at 812-849-3534 or springmillstatepark@dnr.in.gov.

Park admission during the event is $5 per vehicle for in-state residents and $7 per vehicle for out-of-state residents. 2014 Annual Entrance Passes are also available.

Spring Mill State Park (stateparks.IN.gov/2968.htm) is at 3333 State Road 60 East, Mitchell, 47446.


Sipes Entertainment presents - FOREVER GOLD
Date: Saturday, 8/23


Sipes Entertainment will be presenting the Group FOREVER GOLD on Saturday August 23rd at Mitchell High School Auditorium. Doors will open at 600 and the show starts at 700. Tickets are available from any one in the group or at Sipes Body Shop or at the door or by calling Becky at 812-583-8027. Tickets are $10.00.


Riley Children’s Hospital Tournament
Date: Saturday, 8/23

August 23-24, Riley Children’s Hospital Tournament at Murray Park, deadline to enter is August 20th 4pm. Call 812-275-5692 to register your Women’s team or Men’s team.


Bedford Junior Bowling Association’s Registration
Date: Saturday, 8/23

Bedford Junior Bowling Association’s Registration Day is Saturday August
23rd from 10am to 3pm at Kingpins Bowl, 2521 29th Street, Bedford. We have
leagues for youth bowlers from 1st grade through high school, from
beginners to the experienced. The season starts on Saturday September 6th,
the season is broken up into four 8 week sessions. Bowl in one session,
all or any combination. In addition to league, we will be sponsoring a
scholarship tournament every month. Stop in on the 23rd for more
information.


Forever Gold
Date: Saturday, 8/23

Forever gold Saturday August 23rd at the Mitchell High School Auditorium starting at 7pm.
Admission is $10


8U STARS Fast-pitch Tryouts
Date: Saturday, 8/23

8U STARS Fast-pitch Tryouts will be conducted Saturday August 23rd at noon, at Kellams Field located behind the Lawrence County Boy's and Girl's Club.
Girls who turn 9 after January 1st 2015 or under are eligible to try-out.
Looking for commercial players and parents.
For more information contact 812-278-6428


First Presbyterian Church Free Pancake Breakfast
Date: Saturday, 8/23

The First Presbyterian Church of Bedford, located at 1504 L Street , will be hosting our monthly free pancake breakfast this Saturday, August 23rd, from 8:00 am until 10:00 am. We will be serving pancakes, sausage, eggs made-to-order, and biscuits & gravy. Please join us for this time of food and fellowship. No cost - but donations are gratefully accepted. Everyone is welcome!


Living Word Church Bible Study
Date: Sunday, 8/24

Living Word Church, 2620 Industrial 37th St., located at Welcome to Bedford sign on the derrik, will offer a Bible Study at 10:30 am on Sundays.
Contact 812-279-3390 for more information


Second Annual Children’s Outdoor Weekend
Date: Sunday, 8/24

Second Annual Children’s Outdoor Weekend

Mitchell: Join us on August 23rd and 24th at Spring Mill State Park’s Children’s Outdoor Weekend. It will be two full days of activities, games, crafts and fun.

Children can attend programs throughout the day that will earn them a Children’s Outdoor Bill of Rights Patch and Certificate. If you have last year’s patch there will be favorite activity patches available. Some of the activities include meeting a Conservation Officer and finding out about safety in Parks, Naturalist led hikes, planting seeds to take home, a creek stomp, a fishing game with prizes and more.
The reason for this event is children who play outside are healthier, do better in school, they grow up to have better social skills, a stronger self image, and lead more fulfilled lives. Furthermore the future of conservation and stewardship of our natural and cultural resources depends on engaging America’s children today. For this reason Spring Mill says “let’s get children outside and let them experience nature”. Join us on August 23rd and 24th for Children’s Outdoor Weekend. If you want more information about the event contact: The Park at 812-849-3534 or springmillstatepark@dnr.in.gov.

Park admission during the event is $5 per vehicle for in-state residents and $7 per vehicle for out-of-state residents. 2014 Annual Entrance Passes are also available.

Spring Mill State Park (stateparks.IN.gov/2968.htm) is at 3333 State Road 60 East, Mitchell, 47446.


Riley Children’s Hospital Tournament
Date: Sunday, 8/24

August 23-24, Riley Children’s Hospital Tournament at Murray Park, deadline to enter is August 20th 4pm. Call 812-275-5692 to register your Women’s team or Men’s team.


Ivy Tech Community College
Date: Monday, 8/25

Take Ivy Tech Community College classes in Bedford! Registration is open and classes begin August 25. Visit http://www.ivytech.edu/bedford to apply online, and to see a list of classes offered in Bedford. Questions? Call (812) 330-6013.


Lawrence County Aquatics Fall/Winter Registration
Date: Monday, 8/25

Fall/Winter Registration beginning Monday August 25th through Tuesday August 26th from 6pm-7:30pm at the BNL Pool.
Swimmer should bring suit and towel for evaluation.
New swimmers need a copy of birth certificate.
www.lcaswimclub.org


Tai Chi for Wellness with Margret Kingrey
Date: Tuesday, 8/26

What: Tai Chi for Wellness with Margret Kingrey

Where: Endwright Center, 631 W. Edgewood Drive, Ellettsville, IN 47429
Some classes will take place outdoors, weather permitting

When: Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 5 through 28
Beginning Tai Chi: 9:00 – 10:00 am
Intermediate Tai Chi: 10:00 – 11:00 am

Cost: Eight Classes for $50 (preregister & pay-in-full), or $7 pay-per class.
(Endwright Center Members: $45)

About: Tai Chi is a program which improves flexibility, muscle strength, balance as well as increases energy and metabolism. It is also known to decrease anxiety and allow improved breathing. Being a form of movement with intention developed centuries ago in China, it has been used as a martial art as well as a meditative practice.

Margret Kingrey, MA, OTR, is a certified instructor for Tai Chi for Health from Dr. Paul Lam’s Tai Chi for Health Institute since 2009. Dr. Lam’s program is internationally recognized, as well as by the Arthritis Foundation and the American Diabetes Association.
Margret has taught Tai Chi for Health at the Endwright Center, Meadowood Retirement Community and at Ellettsville First United Methodist Church. Prior to becoming a certified Tai Chi instructor, Margret practiced occupational therapy for over 35 years in a variety of settings. She is currently a licensed occupational therapist in Indiana and Massachusetts.

For more information call 812-876-3383 ex. 515


Cooking for One: Easy to Make Pesto!
Date: Tuesday, 8/26

Cooking for One: Easy to Make Pesto!

What: Cooking for One: Easy to Make Pesto!

When: Thursday, August 28, 1 – 2 pm

Where: Endwright Center Kitchen, 631 W. Edgewood Dr, Ellettsville, IN 47429

Who: Laura Kray

Cost: FREE! Donations gratefully accepted.

About:
Join us for our Monthly Cooking for One class. The August class will sample an easy to make pesto recipe. “Pesto” is Italian for “pounded” and is traditionally an uncooked sauce made with fresh basil, garlic, pine nuts, parmesan cheese and olive oil, and served over pasta. Laura Kray, Area 10’s Nutrition Program Manager will use fresh basil from the Endwright Center’s “Mustang Garden” to show participants how to prepare and enjoy this favorite summertime meal.

Cooking for One classes promote healthy nutrition and are FREE to participants. We gratefully accept donations to help fund our free classes and programs.
For Additional Information: 812-876-3383, ext 515


Dine & Donate at Lennie’s for United Way
Date: Tuesday, 8/26

Dine & Donate at Lennie’s for United Way

Category: Fundraiser

August 26 - 28, 2014



Location:

Lennie’s Restaurant and Brewpub

Address: 1795 E 10th St, Bloomington, IN

Phone: 812-323-2112



Times:

Tues-Thur: 4 - 11 pm (*Pub open until 12am)

OR

Times: 4pm to close



Recurrence: Recurring every day (August 26-28)

Admission: Free

www.monroeunitedway.org/DineOut



Description:

Enjoy a delicious dinner while supporting United Way! Simply present a Helping Hand Certificate to your server when you join us at Lennie's Restaurant & Brewpub after 4pm on August 26-28, and 20% of the total check will be donated to United Way. Helping Hand Certificate is available at monroeunitedway.org/DineOut or at the United Way office, 441 S College Ave.)

While you’re dining, take a look at the ‘This is How I Live United’ gallery showcasing photographs taken by local residents. The images capture how our friends, family, and neighbors Live United by giving, advocating, and volunteering to create a better tomorrow for our community.

United Way of Monroe County and our partners work every day to ensure everyone in our community has the building blocks for a better life — Education, Earnings, and the Essentials. And you are part of this work — whether through donations, volunteering, or lending a helping hand to those in need.


Lawrence County Aquatics Fall/Winter Registration
Date: Tuesday, 8/26

Fall/Winter Registration beginning Monday August 25th through Tuesday August 26th from 6pm-7:30pm at the BNL Pool.
Swimmer should bring suit and towel for evaluation.
New swimmers need a copy of birth certificate.
www.lcaswimclub.org


Hypertension and Your Health
Date: Wednesday, 8/27

What: Hypertension and Your Health

When: 10-11:00 am, Wednesday, August 27

Where: Endwright Center, 631 W. Edgewood Dr, Ellettsville, IN 47429

Who: Dannie Huang & Shay Volger, College of Pharmacy, Purdue University

Cost: FREE

Additional Info: Includes an overview of hypertension; its definition, statistics, and what causes the condition; diagnosing the symptoms, understanding the side effects of hypertension, and what the different levels indicate. There will be a discussion about the variety of treatments, classes of drugs and how each medication works, and what the target readings are while on the drugs. The facilitators will explain methods of prevention, including diet, exercise, and smoking cessation. After the presentation, there will be a question and answer period, and blood pressure checks for interested participants.



About the Facilitators: Dannie Huang and Shay Volger are second year professional graduate students in the PharmD program at Purdue University.



For Additional Information: 812-876-3383, ext 515


Tai Chi for Wellness with Margret Kingrey
Date: Thursday, 8/28

What: Tai Chi for Wellness with Margret Kingrey

Where: Endwright Center, 631 W. Edgewood Drive, Ellettsville, IN 47429
Some classes will take place outdoors, weather permitting

When: Tuesdays & Thursdays, August 5 through 28
Beginning Tai Chi: 9:00 – 10:00 am
Intermediate Tai Chi: 10:00 – 11:00 am

Cost: Eight Classes for $50 (preregister & pay-in-full), or $7 pay-per class.
(Endwright Center Members: $45)

About: Tai Chi is a program which improves flexibility, muscle strength, balance as well as increases energy and metabolism. It is also known to decrease anxiety and allow improved breathing. Being a form of movement with intention developed centuries ago in China, it has been used as a martial art as well as a meditative practice.

Margret Kingrey, MA, OTR, is a certified instructor for Tai Chi for Health from Dr. Paul Lam’s Tai Chi for Health Institute since 2009. Dr. Lam’s program is internationally recognized, as well as by the Arthritis Foundation and the American Diabetes Association.
Margret has taught Tai Chi for Health at the Endwright Center, Meadowood Retirement Community and at Ellettsville First United Methodist Church. Prior to becoming a certified Tai Chi instructor, Margret practiced occupational therapy for over 35 years in a variety of settings. She is currently a licensed occupational therapist in Indiana and Massachusetts.

For more information call 812-876-3383 ex. 515


Single Seniors Club!
Date: Thursday, 8/28

What: Single Seniors Club!

When: Fourth Wednesday Monthly, (August 28) 1:00 – 2:00 pm

Where: Endwright Center, 631 W. Edgewood Dr, Ellettsville, IN 47429

Who: Sandy Stevens, organizer

Cost: FREE! Donations to the center gratefully accepted.

About:
Are you a senior who finds yourself wishing for the friendly company of other seniors? Join us on the fourth Wednesday monthly at the Endwright Center for a casual get together of single seniors! Come socialize and make new friends! Fun activities and light refreshments are planned. FREE! (We gratefully accept donations to help fund our free classes and programs). For Additional Information: 812-876-3383, ext 515

The Club also meets for dinners on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays at 5:00 pm at differing locations (alternating Ellettsville, Spencer & Bloomington). The August 14 & 28 dinners will be at the Cozy Table Family Restaurant (2500 W. 3rd St, Bloomington).


Tournament Entries
Date: Saturday, 8/30

July 12-13 Josh Terry Heart Association Tournament Men and Women
Open to all teams, must use ASA approved bats, we provide the balls.

Men entry fee is $200.00
Women's entry fee $200.00

Deadline for both is July 9th 4pm
Call 812-275-5692 to register by phone

(Worth Series)
Men's ASA D south State Tournament - July 18-19 (Entry Fee $285.00)
Deadline to enter is July 16th 4pm
Roster, state entry form and entry fee must be submitted by deadline to be in tournament
Call 812-275-5692 to register

Women's ASA Rec & Comp State Tournament - August 2-3 (Entry Fee $285.00)
Deadline to enter is July 30th 4pm
Roster, state entry form and entry fee must be submitted by deadline to be in tournament
Call 8122-75-5692 to register

Larry Corps Scholarship Tournament August 16-17 Men and Women's Tournaments
Deadline to enter is August 12th 4pm
Roster and entry fee of $200.00 must be submitted by the deadline of August 12th to be in tournament
Call 812-275-5692 to register

Riley Children's Hospital Benefit Tournament for Men and Women's Tournaments
Deadline to enter is August 20th 4pm
Roster and entry fee of 225.00 must be submitted by August 20th 4pm

Worth Series Co-Ed points tournament - September 13-14
Deadline to enter is September 10th 4pm
Roster and entry fee of $250.00 must be submitted by September 10th 4pm
Call 812-275-5692 to register


Childhood Cancer Awareness Festival
Date: Saturday, 8/30

Childhood Cancer Awareness Festival
Saturday August 30th
9am - 9"30pm
Johnny Junxions, 385 Hillcrest Way
Bedford In.

Car Show - 9am-1p (Registration 9am - 11am)
Food Vendors
Bake Sales
Games
Silent Auction
Raffles
Sky Lanterns at Dusk


4th Annual Bobby’s Ride
Date: Saturday, 8/30

4th Annual Bobby’s Ride
Family members of Bobby Tipton are sponsoring the 4th Annual Bobby’s Ride.
Bedford, Indiana, August 4, 2014: Family members of Bobby Tipton are sponsoring the 4th Annual Bobby’s Ride which will be held Saturday, August 30, 2014. Bobby Tipton passed away unexpectedly on July 27, 2010. Since his passing, his family has sponsored Bobby’s Ride as an Annual Ride to help a person or persons in need that resides in Lawrence County in his memory. This year the family of Bobby Tipton has chosen to help a local Lawrence County woman in need. Jana Faye (Roberts) Banks, is a 43-year-old single mother of two. On July 4, 2014 she suffered a massive heart attack. Jana only has 15-20% heart capacity remaining. The damage suffered to the other 80% of her heart is irreparable. Jana has a long road ahead of her. Obviously she will not be working again with two teenage children to raise alone. Jana has suffered permanent and severe life-changing circumstances to which she now must learn to adapt, while everyday bills and living expenses continue to accrue
The ride is scheduled for Saturday, August 30, 2014. Registration will start at 11am, kickstands up at noon. The ride will start and stop at Wilson Park Shelter House located at 2107 Denson Ave, Bedford, IN 47421. Suggested donation per bike is $15 for single and $20 for double, suggested donation includes the ride, a home cooked meal and a door prize ticket. Anyone that would like to join us for a home cooked meal, suggested donation is $5.
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For more information, please contact Missi Southern, 812-675-6092 or Lisa Harper, 812-278-1950.


Living Word Church Bible Study
Date: Sunday, 8/31

Living Word Church, 2620 Industrial 37th St., located at Welcome to Bedford sign on the derrik, will offer a Bible Study at 10:30 am on Sundays.
Contact 812-279-3390 for more information


Mundell Christian Church Labor Day Fireworks
Date: Sunday, 8/31

Mundell Christian Church will be having their annual Labor Day Fireworks display this year on Sunday August 31st.
Concessions will begin at 6pm.
Come out for food and fun.
Parking is just past the just past the church on the right in the mowed field. A shuttle will be provide for those not wishing to walk.
With questions please contact 812-583-2880


Nominate an outstanding Older Adult
Date: Monday, 9/1

Nominate an outstanding older adult today!
Do you know an individual 55+ who has positively impacted the community through volunteer service or civic engagement? Senior Honorees will receive special recognition at the Senior Salute awards ceremony hosted by Area 10 Agency on Aging. Nominations will be accepted online at www.area10agency.org/seniorsalute , or by calling 812-876-3383 to request a nomination form be mailed to your address. We are accepting nominations for Senior Honorees through September 1st, 2014. This event is part of the Monroe County Fall Festival.


Alzheimer's Association
Date: Wednesday, 9/3

The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to present this program that is designed to help you talk with your entire family, including the person with signs of dementia, about some challenging and often uncomfortable topics related to Alzheimer’s and dementia. Topics covered include going to the doctor, deciding when to stop driving and making legal and financial plans.

Wednesday, September 3, 2014
5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Ivy Tech Main Campus
200 Daniels Way
Lamkin Hall, End of C Wing
Bloomington, IN


This program is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration requested.

Call the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900 to register.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Wednesday, 9/3

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Caregivers’ Support Group: Please Note New Day
Date: Wednesday, 9/3

What: Caregivers’ Support Group
When: 4:30 – 6:30 p.m., First Wednesday, Monthly (Sept 3)
Cost: FREE
Where: Area10 Agency on Aging, Conference Room, (Endwright Center closed for maintenance August 31- September 8) 631 W. Edgewood Dr, Ellettsville, 47429
Who: Liz Jones, MSW

About: The purpose of this monthly group is to provide a safe space for family or friends caring for loved ones to share and connect with other caregivers. Group sessions are drop-in, which means participants may arrive late or leave early in order to better accommodate varying schedules. Each member will have a chance to share, in a safe and confidential environment, uninterrupted, about anything. After sharing each member will have the option to receive feedback from group members if they wish. Respite care for your loved one is available at the Endwright Center during support group, provided by professionals from Home Instead Senior Care. Your loved one can engage in activities if they wish, and Home Instead will provide beverages and meals for both caregivers and their loved one. When possible, we appreciate advance notice if respite care is requested. Please call the Center at 812-876-3383, ext 582 to request respite services during the meeting.

About the Facilitator: Liz Jones, MSW is the Information & Referral Manager at Area 10 Agency on Aging. Her role as group facilitator is to maintain group safety, observe time so all may share, and to link group members with relevant resources.

Sponsored by Area 10 Agency on Aging, The Endwright Center, and Home Instead Senior Care. For more information call the center at 876-3383 ex. 582.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Thursday, 9/4

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Heart Association Tournament
Date: Thursday, 9/4

Josh Terry Heart Association Tournament, September 6th, this is a Men’s and Women’s Tournament. Deadline to register is Sept 4th 4pm. Call 812-275-5692 to register your teams.


Zumba
Date: Thursday, 9/4

Certified Zumba instructors Susan Blythe and Deborah Craton teach and instruct class participants in the Latin dance inspired exercise method of Zumba. Classes are Thursday nights at 5:30 and last approximately 1 hour at the Wilson Park Shelter House. Class fee is $5 per session and is payable at the Parks Office or over the phone by credit or debit card. The instructors do not accept payments on site for this class.




Bedford Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive
Date: Friday, 9/5

On September 5th and 6th the Bedford Knights of Columbus will be conducting their 37th Annual Tootsie Roll Drive to benefit citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The monies raised from this event will go to the Larc Center in Bedford which provides job training and employment opportunities for mentally challenged adults, and to special education classes within the Bedford North Lawence School System. The knights will be soliciting donations on these two days at Walmart, Price Lass IGA, Bedford Federal Savings Bank, and the Hoosier Hills Credit Union locations in Bedford and Mitchell.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Friday, 9/5

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Bedford Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive
Date: Saturday, 9/6

On September 5th and 6th the Bedford Knights of Columbus will be conducting their 37th Annual Tootsie Roll Drive to benefit citizens with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The monies raised from this event will go to the Larc Center in Bedford which provides job training and employment opportunities for mentally challenged adults, and to special education classes within the Bedford North Lawence School System. The knights will be soliciting donations on these two days at Walmart, Price Lass IGA, Bedford Federal Savings Bank, and the Hoosier Hills Credit Union locations in Bedford and Mitchell.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Saturday, 9/6

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Heart Association Tournament
Date: Saturday, 9/6

Josh Terry Heart Association Tournament, September 6th, this is a Men’s and Women’s Tournament. Deadline to register is Sept 4th 4pm. Call 812-275-5692 to register your teams.


The Lighthouse Christian Bookstore
Date: Saturday, 9/6

The Lighthouse Christian Bookstore will hold a free Puppet Show by Kym Eversman for families on Saturday, September 6th at 1 p.m. The Lighthouse Christian Bookstore is located on Hwy 37 between Bedford and Mitchell.


Eads - Kinser Reunion
Date: Saturday, 9/6

Eads - Kinser Reunion

Saturday September 6, 2014
Crossroads Church Shelter House
Pitch in Dinner @ 4 pm

All descendants and friends of Gilbert and Dorthy (Sipes) Eads and Zan & Zella (Gambil) Kinser are invited to attend.

Attendees are asked to bring old family photos of past and present members as well as a favorite family recipe for the cookbook. There will be karoke (bring your sound tracks), story time, and games.

Any questions please contact 812.279-5103


Entertainment at the Ellettsville Farmers Market
Date: Saturday, 9/6

Entertainment at the Ellettsville Farmers Market (a Program of Area 10)

What: The Ellettsville Farmers Market, a Program of Area 10 Agency on Aging
When: 8:00am-12:00pm, Saturday, Sept 6, 2014
Where: Area 10 Agency on Aging, Endwright Center, 631 W. Edgewood Dr, Ellettsville, 47429
Who: Local Growers, Farmers, plus the Bloomington Brass Band (performing 9:00 am)
Cost: FREE (donations and support gratefully accepted!)

About: Join us from 8am-Noon every Saturday now through Sept 27th! Market festivities on September 6 will include the Bloomington Brass Band (performing at 9:00 am) in addition to the wonderful growers and farmers who will bring us locally grown fresh food and farm products.

We encourage anyone interested in becoming a vendor, sponsor or supporter of the Ellettsville Farmers Market to contact us soon! If you’d like to serve as a welcoming volunteer or an entertainer (or reserve an information table) please contact: (812) 876-3383 or farmersmarket@area10agency.org .


Disabled Veterans
Date: Saturday, 9/6

Disabled Veterans WISH Foundation/IN Free Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Music

Please come out and join us for a night of Southern Gospel and Bluegrass
Music - Rob and Tim Qualkenbush and The Qualkenbush Family will be
performing - show starts at 7:00 PM Sept 6

This is a FREE SHOW - please bring your lawn chair and come enjoy a great
night of Southern Gospel and Bluegrass Music in the Bob Evans Parking Lot

BENEFIT CONCERT Sponsored by Bob Evans Restaurant


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Sunday, 9/7

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Monroe Lake Shoreline Cleanup
Date: Sunday, 9/7

Monroe Lake Shoreline Cleanup, Sep. 7 at 1:30p: 100 volunteers needed, ages 10 and up. Free cookout afterwards. Sign up by Sep. 3. More info and registration at http://bit.ly/MonroeCleanup2014.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Monday, 9/8

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Area 15 Agency on Aging 28th Annual Senior Games
Date: Tuesday, 9/9

Area 15 Agency on Aging announces the 28th Annual Senior Games, September 8 (golf), September 9 (bowling), September 10-11 (regular games); closing ceremony September 11. A special day of games for friends in nursing homes and group homes is planned for September 16. Sponsorships: $500 includes your logo on the T-shirts and all printed materials; $50 golf hole sponsorship includes signage at the hole; or any amount sponsorship donations will be appreciated to continue providing these special events for the senior citizens. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. For more information, please call Trudy Wells at 812-849-4457 or 800-333-2451.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Tuesday, 9/9

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Canoe/Kayak Trip for Beginners
Date: Tuesday, 9/9

Canoe/Kayak Trip for Beginners, Monroe Lake, Sep. 6: Limited to 15 people, ages 15 and up. $10 per person Program Fee. Additional fee if you need to rent a canoe/kayak. More info and registration is online at http://bit.ly/pinegrovepaddlesep14.


American Heritage Girls Registration
Date: Tuesday, 9/9

American Heritage Girls will be having a registration night Sept. 9th from 6pm-7pm at Hillcrest Christian Church.


Yoga
Date: Tuesday, 9/9

Trudy Brown, our yoga instructor, will continue to offer her beginner’s and continuing yoga classes this fall. The beginner’s class is a low impact exercise and stretching program that is great for all ages. The class will meet on Tuesday’s from 7-8:15pm at the Red Brick at Otis Park for 6 weeks; beginning September 9th. The second session will be held at Thornton Park and will begin on November 4th The fee is $42 for the 6 week session and is payable at the Parks Office or over the phone by credit or debit card. Pre-registration is required for the beginner’s class. Trudy also offers a continuing yoga course for participants whom have completed the beginner’s course. This class meets on Thursday’s from 7-8:15pm at the Red Brick. The fee for the


Area 15 Agency on Aging 28th Annual Senior Games
Date: Wednesday, 9/10

Area 15 Agency on Aging announces the 28th Annual Senior Games, September 8 (golf), September 9 (bowling), September 10-11 (regular games); closing ceremony September 11. A special day of games for friends in nursing homes and group homes is planned for September 16. Sponsorships: $500 includes your logo on the T-shirts and all printed materials; $50 golf hole sponsorship includes signage at the hole; or any amount sponsorship donations will be appreciated to continue providing these special events for the senior citizens. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. For more information, please call Trudy Wells at 812-849-4457 or 800-333-2451.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Wednesday, 9/10

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Area 15 Agency on Aging 28th Annual Senior Games
Date: Thursday, 9/11

Area 15 Agency on Aging announces the 28th Annual Senior Games, September 8 (golf), September 9 (bowling), September 10-11 (regular games); closing ceremony September 11. A special day of games for friends in nursing homes and group homes is planned for September 16. Sponsorships: $500 includes your logo on the T-shirts and all printed materials; $50 golf hole sponsorship includes signage at the hole; or any amount sponsorship donations will be appreciated to continue providing these special events for the senior citizens. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. For more information, please call Trudy Wells at 812-849-4457 or 800-333-2451.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Thursday, 9/11

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Kiwanis Hot Air Balloon Fest
Date: Friday, 9/12

September 12th - 14th at the Monroe County Fairgrounds for the second annual Kiwanis Club of South Central Indiana Balloon Fest.
$15 per carload.

20 Hot Air Balloons
Balloon Night Glow Music Show
Children's Health and Safety Fun Fair
Online Hot Air Balloon Photo Contest
Chili Cook Off
Cornhole Tournament
Kiwanis Idol Fanale
Live Music
Great Food


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Friday, 9/12

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Harvest Moon Weekend & Cornhole Tournament
Date: Friday, 9/12

Harvest Moon Weekend & Cornhole Tournament, Paynetown SRA (Monroe Lake), Sep. 12-13: Autumn-themed crafts and programs during afternoon/evening hours. Cornhole tournament on Sat. afternoon. Details on Sep. Program Schedule at http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2954.htm.


Kiwanis Hot Air Balloon Fest
Date: Saturday, 9/13

September 12th - 14th at the Monroe County Fairgrounds for the second annual Kiwanis Club of South Central Indiana Balloon Fest.
$15 per carload.

20 Hot Air Balloons
Balloon Night Glow Music Show
Children's Health and Safety Fun Fair
Online Hot Air Balloon Photo Contest
Chili Cook Off
Cornhole Tournament
Kiwanis Idol Fanale
Live Music
Great Food


Bedford Park Department
Date: Saturday, 9/13

September 13-14 Co-Ed Novice Strong Hand Tournament
Entry fee $250.00, deadline to enter September 10th 4pm
Call Bedford Parks Department 812-275-5692 to enter your team


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Saturday, 9/13

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Harvest Moon Weekend & Cornhole Tournament
Date: Saturday, 9/13

Harvest Moon Weekend & Cornhole Tournament, Paynetown SRA (Monroe Lake), Sep. 12-13: Autumn-themed crafts and programs during afternoon/evening hours. Cornhole tournament on Sat. afternoon. Details on Sep. Program Schedule at http://www.in.gov/dnr/parklake/2954.htm.


Coed Strong Hand ASA Worth Series
Date: Saturday, 9/13

September 13-14, Coed Strong Hand ASA Worth Series tournament. Deadline to enter is Sept 10th 4pm. This is a Coed Novice tournament, D and below players.


Kiwanis Hot Air Balloon Fest
Date: Sunday, 9/14

September 12th - 14th at the Monroe County Fairgrounds for the second annual Kiwanis Club of South Central Indiana Balloon Fest.
$15 per carload.

20 Hot Air Balloons
Balloon Night Glow Music Show
Children's Health and Safety Fun Fair
Online Hot Air Balloon Photo Contest
Chili Cook Off
Cornhole Tournament
Kiwanis Idol Fanale
Live Music
Great Food


Bedford Park Department
Date: Sunday, 9/14

September 13-14 Co-Ed Novice Strong Hand Tournament
Entry fee $250.00, deadline to enter September 10th 4pm
Call Bedford Parks Department 812-275-5692 to enter your team


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Sunday, 9/14

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Hooked on Fishing Kids Workshop
Date: Sunday, 9/14

Hooked on Fishing Kids Workshop, Paynetown SRA (Monroe Lake), Sep. 14 at 10a: Free 90-minute basic fishing workshop for ages 6 to 12. Limited to 10 children (must be accompanied by adult). Pre-registration is required by 5 p.m. on Sep. 13. To register your child, call the Paynetown Activity Center at 812-837-9967.


Coed Strong Hand ASA Worth Series
Date: Sunday, 9/14

September 13-14, Coed Strong Hand ASA Worth Series tournament. Deadline to enter is Sept 10th 4pm. This is a Coed Novice tournament, D and below players.


29th Annual Senior Games!
Date: Monday, 9/15

29th Annual Senior Games!

The 2014 Senior Games, sponsored by the Area 10 Agency on Aging, are just around the corner! More than 40 games are planned for this much anticipated and exciting annual event. Games September 3 – 15.

All active older adults (50 years & better!) from anywhere are invited to participate in friendly competition. Approximately 600 gold, silver and bronze medals are given to participants during the nearly three weeks of games.

The 2014 Senior Games are dedicated to the memory of Elton Rockwell & Ollie Waldon. Opening ceremonies will be at 9 a.m, Thursday, September 4, at Karst Farm Park. Park Games will follow the opening ceremonies, with a pitch-in luncheon immediately after the games.

Games take place at several locations, including five new venues! Games include bowling, a golf scramble, volley/bally ball, softball, table tennis, three-on-three basketball, eight-ball pool, shuffleboard, and numerous park games (crockers, croquet, football toss, softball pitch, horseshoes, Frisbee golf and bocce ball). New 2014 Games include swimming, putt-putt golf, and Badminton. $5 registration fee (no tee-shirt) or $10 registration fee (includes a 2014 Senior Games tee-shirt!). Please note: Additional charges for the golf scramble, putt-putt & bowling games. Additional tee-shirts available for $7.

Pick up your official Senior Games registration booklet at the Endwright Center and various locations in Monroe & Owen counties. For more information, call the center at 876-3383, ext. 515.

Primary sponsors for the 2014 Senior Games: American Legion-Burton Woolery Post No. 18, Bosma Enterprises, Bynum Fanyo, Hilliard Lyons, Hoosier Energy, Indiana University Health, IU Credit Union Investment Services, Loyal Order of the Moose No. 1081, Meadowood Senior Living, Premier Healthcare, Redbud Hills Independent Living, The YMCA, Nite Owl Promotions, Area 10 Agency on Aging and Rural Transit.

A Big Thanks to Area 10’s Premier Level Community Partners: Comfort Keepers, Elder Care Connections, Fraternal Order of Eagles, Hearthstone Health Campus, Home Instead Senior Care, Monroe Place, Owen Valley Health Campus.


Area 15 Agency on Aging 28th Annual Senior Games
Date: Tuesday, 9/16

Area 15 Agency on Aging announces the 28th Annual Senior Games, September 8 (golf), September 9 (bowling), September 10-11 (regular games); closing ceremony September 11. A special day of games for friends in nursing homes and group homes is planned for September 16. Sponsorships: $500 includes your logo on the T-shirts and all printed materials; $50 golf hole sponsorship includes signage at the hole; or any amount sponsorship donations will be appreciated to continue providing these special events for the senior citizens. Volunteers are always needed and welcomed. For more information, please call Trudy Wells at 812-849-4457 or 800-333-2451.


Hearing Screenings
Date: Tuesday, 9/16

What: FREE Hearing Screenings

When: 10am – 1pm, Tuesday, September 16
Call to reserve a time, 812-876-3383 ex. 515 (Walk-ins accepted)

Who: Connect Hearing

Where: Endwright Center, 631 W. Edgewood Drive, Ellettsville, IN 47429

Cost: FREE!

About: Hearing loss can be a sudden or gradual decrease in how well you can hear. It is one of the most common conditions affecting older adults. Approximately one in three people between the ages of 65 and 74 has hearing loss and nearly half of those older than 75 have difficulty hearing. Having trouble hearing can make it hard to understand and follow a doctor's advice, to respond to warnings, and to hear doorbells and alarms. It can also make it hard to enjoy talking with friends and family. This can be frustrating and sometimes dangerous.

Hearing Professionals from Connect Hearing (Bloomington) will offer free hearing consultations at Area 10 Agency. The consultation takes 15 minutes, and includes answers to your hearing related health questions. Call or stop by to reserve a time; Walk-ins are also welcome! For more information call 812-876-3383 ex. 515


Alzheimer's Association
Date: Thursday, 9/18

The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to present this program that is designed to explore the nature of behavioral changes in the middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease. It will include strategies to address difficult behaviors. This program also explores how communication with a person with Alzheimer’s changes with disease progression. It also gives strategies for more effective communication throughout the course of the disease.

Thursday, September 18, 2014
12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Ivy Tech Main Campus
200 Daniels Way
Lamkin Hall, End of C Wing
Bloomington, IN

This program is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration requested.

Call the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900 to register.


Little League Fall Classic
Date: Saturday, 9/20

September 20th –Little League Fall Classic, sponsored by the Bedford Parks Department/Bedford Softball Association
Entry fee-$250.00
Divisions- 8U-12U, player pitch, will use 50/70 rule
Deadline to register September 12th 4pm
Call 812-275-5692 to register, no gate fee


Bedford Parks Department Little League
Date: Saturday, 9/20

The Bedford Parks Department will be holding the first annual Little League Fall Classic for 8U-12U. This will be an all player pitch tournament. The 50/70 rule will apply to 12U.
Date: September 20th and 21st
Cost: $250.00
Registration deadline: September 12th at 4pm.
Call 812-275-5692 to register


Back-story in the Back-water Canoe/Kayak Trip
Date: Sunday, 9/21

Back-story in the Back-water Canoe/Kayak Trip, Monroe Lake, Sep. 21: Guided tour of lake’s cultural history for intermediate/advanced paddlers. Limited to 12 people, ages 15 and up. Program fee is $10 per person. Additional fee if you need to rent a canoe/kayak. More info and registration at http://bit.ly/backstorybackwatersep14.


Celebrate National Hunting & Fishing Day
Date: Monday, 9/22

Celebrate National Hunting & Fishing Day, Paynetown SRA (Monroe Lake), Sep. 27: Family-oriented, hands-on activities with a focus on hunting and fishing sports. More info on the Sep. Program Schedule at http://www.tinyurl.com/monroelake.


Alzheimer's Association
Date: Tuesday, 9/23

Have you ever wondered if forgetting where you put your keys is a warning sign of Alzheimer’s? This program will provide you with an understanding of the difference between age-related memory loss and Alzheimer’s. You will find out what to do if you or someone you know has signs of the disease. The program features videos of real people in the early-stage of Alzheimer’s and their families addressing fears and myths associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
11 p.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Bedford Public Library
1323 K Street
Bedford, IN

This program is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration requested.

Call the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900 to register.




Hoosier to Hoosier Community Sale
Date: Tuesday, 9/23

Hoosier to Hoosier Community Sale
8/23/14, 8/24/14
8am-3pm Sat
11am-2pm Sun
Early Bird Sat before 9:30am $10
Otherwise FREE
h2h@indiana.edu
h2h.indiana.edu

Location:
The Warehouse
1525 S Rogers
Bloomington
IN
47403

H2H is Bloomington's biggest garage sale, made up of donations from IU students who have moved. All proceeds benefit local charities. August 23-24, 8am-3pm and 11am-2pm. $10 admission before 9:30. Cash only please! See h2h@indiana.edu for more info.


Harmonicas for Health
Date: Friday, 9/26

Harmonicas for Health

When: 10-11:00 am (Last Friday of each month, Sept – May 2015 (see November & December exceptions below)

2014 Schedule: September 26, October 31, November 21 (week before Thanksgiving), December: Holiday concert: Friday, December 5
2015 Schedule: January 30, February 27, March 27, April 24, May 29

Where: Endwright Center, 631 W. Edgewood Dr, Ellettsville, IN 47429

Who: Mary Jane Gormley

Cost: FREE (Donations to the Center greatly appreciated)

Additional Info: Harmonicas for health has been endorsed by IU Health Bloomington Hospital’s Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation program. Harmonicas can enhance lung function and capacity. All wind instruments can claim this benefit, but the harmonica is special because the you play notes while inhaling and exhaling, so lung control is improved in both directions. Better lung function means better health over all. This fun, free and inclusive class concentrates on exercises that mainly strengthen the diaphragm, the major set of muscles used in breathing. Just five minutes daily of harmonica exercise can make a difference. Participants may join at any time, and a free harmonica will be provided, along with handouts for practice at home.

Mary Jane Gormley is an author, musician, calligrapher and copy editor. She finds the harmonica to be a special delight, although she concedes her enthusiasm “outruns” her talent. Despite her modesty, Mary Jane has enriched and touched the lives of many, many students over the years she has offered this popular class through the Endwright Center.

For Additional Information: 812-876-3383, ext 515


entral Indiana Walk to End Lupus NOW
Date: Saturday, 9/27

Central Indiana Walk to End Lupus NOW 2014

Saturday, September 27
Registration begins at 9:30 am
Walk kicks off at 11:00am

Fort Harrison State Park
(entrance at Post Road and 59th St.)

This event is a half-day of fun, food and friendship with activities for the whole family to enjoy. Walkers can stroll the 1-mile route or walk the 3-mile route through beautiful Ft. Harrison State Park. There are no registration fees for the walk; individuals and teams raise funds in the weeks preceding the walk and celebrate their efforts by participating in the walk.

For more information on the Central Indiana Walk to End Lupus Now, becoming a sponsor, joining a planning committee, or fundraising, visit www.lupusindiana.org.

About the Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter

The Lupus Foundation of America, Indiana Chapter is part of a national force devoted to solving the cruel mystery of lupus while providing caring support to those who suffer from its brutal impact. We work with local health professionals and volunteers to provide information and programs to provide answers to people with lupus and their families. We rally support for those who are affected by lupus and advocate on their behalf. In addition, we raise money to support research and education programs so those affected by lupus can have an improved quality of life. For more information, visit www.lupusindiana.org or call 800.948.8806.


Dasan Spires Tournament
Date: Saturday, 9/27

Dasan Spires tournament. September 27-28, contact Justin Dorsett to enter your teams at 812-583-6312.


Dasan Spires Tournament
Date: Sunday, 9/28

Dasan Spires tournament. September 27-28, contact Justin Dorsett to enter your teams at 812-583-6312.


Lunch with Nature: Fall Fungi
Date: Monday, 9/29

Lunch with Nature: Fall Fungi, Paynetown SRA (Monroe Lake), Sep. 29: Free 90-minute session is limited to 12 people. Sign up by Sep. 26. More info and registration at http://bit.ly/lwnsep14.


Alzheimer's Association
Date: Tuesday, 9/30

The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to present this two-part series that is designed for caregivers to learn about the late-stage of Alzheimer’s. In this two part series, you will learn the concept of self in the late stage of Alzheimer’s disease. This program covers effective ways to communicate, connect with and provide daily care in the late stage. You will also learn how to access and evaluate late-stage care options.

Tuesdays, September 30 & October 7, 2014
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
First United Church
2420 E. 3rd St.
Bloomington, IN

This series is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration required.
Call the Alzheimer’s Association Helpline at 800-272-3900 to register.



Johnny Mathis to Play Emens Auditorium
Date: Thursday, 10/2

Johnny Mathis to Play Emens Auditorium on Thursday, October 2nd Tickets On Sale Friday, June 13th at 10:00am
DATE: Thursday, October 2nd
TIME: 7:30pm
VENUE: Emens Auditorium
TICKETS: $35 - $75
HOW TO ORDER: Tickets go on sale June 13th and are available at the Emens box office, (765) 285-1539, toll free at (877) 99-EMENS, all Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.com or Ticketmaster’s charge-by-phone at 800-745-3000. For more information please contact the box office or visit our website at www.bsu.edu/emens.
(June 9, 2013)- Muncie, IN - “Chances Are” this extraordinary night will be one you will remember for a lifetime! Make it “A Night to Remember” as JOHNNY MATHIS takes Emens Auditorium this fall on Thursday, October 2nd at 7:30p.m. Tickets go on sale Friday, June 13th at 10a.m.
Prepare for over five decades of beautiful music to fill the room as Johnny’s brilliant favorites come alive, along with some new tunes to tap your feet to. Enjoy an evening with one of the most famous recording artists of all time selling 350 million records worldwide. Johnny’s “Greatest Hits” is one of the most popular albums of all time and spent an unprecedented 490 continuous weeks, almost ten years, on the Billboard Top Albums chart.
FOR SHOW ART/PHOTOS: Available Upon Request
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT DANIEL HAMPEL at (317) 733-0000


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Thursday, 10/2

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Thursday, 10/2

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014
Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.
The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.
Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.
Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.
Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.
Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.
Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day
Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.
Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.
Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Friday, 10/3

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 - 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2nd - 7th, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3rd, 9 am - 7 pm: No admission charge. 4th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a "book buck," good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4th, 9 am - 6 pm : 4th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5th, 9 am - 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6th, 9 am - 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7th, 9 am - 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


Dog Obedience Class
Date: Friday, 10/3

Certified dog trainer Mike Johnson will begin the first session of dog obedience training on October 3rd, with a second session on October 31st. Classes take place at the Wilson Park Circle on Friday and Saturday nights from 5-6pm. Each session is 4 weeks long.

Participants will learn how to train their dog in the following areas: on and off the leash behavior, as well as in home and in public behavioral methods. Students will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the session. The fee for the 4 week session is $65 and participants must pre-register at the Parks Office or via phone with credit or debit card.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Saturday, 10/4

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Sunday, 10/5

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Monday, 10/6

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


Alzheimer's Association
Date: Tuesday, 10/7

The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to present this two-part series that is designed for caregivers to learn about the late-stage of Alzheimer’s. In this two part series, you will learn the concept of self in the late stage of Alzheimer’s disease. This program covers effective ways to communicate, connect with and provide daily care in the late stage. You will also learn how to access and evaluate late-stage care options.

Tuesdays, September 30 & October 7, 2014
1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
First United Church
2420 E. 3rd St.
Bloomington, IN

This series is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration required.
Call the Alzheimer’s Association Helpline at 800-272-3900 to register.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Tuesday, 10/7

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Wednesday, 10/8

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
Date: Thursday, 10/9

32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair
DATE
Thursday, October 2, 2014
TIME
9:00 am – 7:00 pm EDT
WHERE
Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West, 5700 W. Airport Road,
Bloomington, IN 47403
PRESENTER
Monroe County Chapter
CONTACT
June Taylor
COST
$10 opening day only
TICKET PHONE
812-332-7292
COMMUNITIES
Statewide
NOTES
32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair October 2 – 7, 2014

Location: Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West
Phone: 812-332-7292
Admission: Free, except for opening day.

The 32nd Annual American Red Cross Book Fair will be held October 2 – 7, 2014 at the Monroe County Fairgrounds, Commercial Building West. There will be 100,000 gently used books, CDs, videos, DVDs, cassettes, records, games, puzzles, maps, sheet music, and many other items for sale at very reasonable prices.

Opening day admission is $10, but the rest of the week's attendance is free. Please call to receive a Book Fair bookmark with dates, times (vary from day to day) and specials listed. All proceeds from the Book Fair benefit Red Cross disaster relief, service to military families, and emergency preparedness services in Monroe and Owen Counties.

Thurs., Oct. 2, 9 am -7 pm OPENING DAY! $10 admission for best selection of books & media.

Friday, Oct. 3: 9 am – 7 pm: No admission charge. 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a “book buck,” good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Saturday, Oct. 4: 9 am – 6 pm : 5th annual food drive for Hoosier Hills Food Bank - bring non-perishable food and you'll receive a book buck, good for $1 off book and media purchases.

Sunday, Oct. 5: 9 am – 6 pm: Half-price day & Military Family Appreciation Day - Military families present ID and get free goodie bags for your children!

Monday, Oct. 6: 9 am – 6 pm: $10 bag-it day - we furnish the bag or bring your own of comparable size. You can fit at least two dozen books in a grocery bag - all for ten bucks.

Tuesday, Oct. 7: 9 am – 12 pm Community Day; Books & media left are free. Donations are encouraged.

Contact us at (812) 332-7292 or www.redcross.org/in/bloomington for more information or to volunteer for this event.


Annual HOPE Medora Goes Pink for Breast Cancer
Date: Saturday, 10/11


October 11, 2014
5th annual HOPE Medora Goes Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Event
Our objective is to spread knowledge about cancer and prevention, raise awareness of cancer screenings, (early detection saves lives), provide a support system for families, and provide a day of entertainment (an opportunity to build lasting memories), involve the youth to participate in community service, accept donations to help those dealing with all types of cancer.
We would like to take this opportunity to say THANK YOU to those who have contributed in any way the past 4 years to make HOPE a success, and invite everyone to be a part of this Divine, Honorable Event again this year.
We are happy to inform you, that $15,000.00 has been given to those dealing with all the different types of cancer. Those living in Jackson, Lawrence, Jennings, Monroe, Scott and Washington counties have been recipients of a letter of HOPE, LOVE and PRAYERS, with a $50.00 Gas Card and a $50.00 Grocery Card enclosed.
One recipient replied, with tears in his eyes, “Just to know SOMEONE CARES!”
Please GIVE Help Us to Help Others
*Items may be donated to sell at the Silent Auction*
****Monetary donations of any amount are appreciated***
**Please make checks payable to: HOPE Medora Goes Pink Breast Cancer Awareness, Inc.
*Checks may be mailed to: Debra Wayman, HOPE Pres. P.0. Box 125 Medora, In. 47260*
*100% of the proceeds will be given to those dealing with all the different types of cancer*
*Memorials may be given in Honor of or Memory of a Loved One*(100% of this donation is given to HOPE)
*** Working Together To Help Others * Medora Cares – Medora Shares ***


Alzheimer's Association
Date: Tuesday, 10/21

The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to present this program that is designed to help you understand the difference between normal age-related memory changes and more serious memory problems that should be evaluated by a medical professional. Other topics covered include the common causes of memory loss, risk factors and the importance of an accurate diagnosis. Videos of physicians, individuals with Alzheimer’s and caregivers are incorporated into this interactive program.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014
11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Monroe County YMCA Northwest Branch
1375 N. Wellness Way
Community Room
Bloomington, IN

This program is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration requested.

Call the Alzheimer’s Association Helpline at 800.272.3900 to register.



Men’s Basketball League Registration
Date: Friday, 10/24

Men’s Basketball League registrations, to register contact the Bedford Parks Department. Registration fee is $125.00, registration deadline is October 24th.


Professional Paranormal Investigations
Date: Monday, 10/27

Bedford Public Library and Professional Paranormal Investigations present Exploring the Unknown on Monday, October 27, from 5:30 to 7:45 at the library.


Alzheimer's Association
Date: Monday, 11/3

Have you ever wondered if forgetting where you put your keys is a warning sign of Alzheimer’s? This program will provide you with an understanding of the difference between age-related memory loss and Alzheimer’s. You will find out what to do if you or someone you know has signs of the disease. The program features videos of real people in the early-stage of Alzheimer’s and their families addressing fears and myths associated with Alzheimer’s disease.

Monday, November 3, 2014
12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Bloomfield Eastern Greene County Public Library, Main Branch
11453 Indiana 54
Bloomfield, IN 47424

This program is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration requested.

Call the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900 to register.




Alzheimer's Association
Date: Tuesday, 11/11

The Alzheimer’s Association is proud to present this program that is designed to explore the nature of behavioral changes in the middle stages of Alzheimer’s disease. It will include strategies to address difficult behaviors. This program also explores how communication with a person with Alzheimer’s changes with disease progression. It also gives strategies for more effective communication throughout the course of the disease.

Tuesday November 11, 2014
2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Bedford Public Library
1323 K Street
Bedford, IN

This program is offered at no cost and is open to the public.

Pre-registration requested.

Call the Alzheimer’s Association 24/7 Helpline at 800-272-3900 to register.




MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER CHRISTMAS
Date: Wednesday, 12/17

BY CHIP DAVIS
30TH ANNIVERSARY TOUR
WILL PERFORM AT
EMENS AUDITROIUM OCTOBER 2ND!

Muncie, IN – [July 21, 2014] Mannheim Steamroller will present the best the holiday has to offer this season. The group will perform live for one performance only in Muncie at Emens Auditorium on December 17, 2014.

Tickets go on sale July 25th and are available at the Emens box office, (765) 285-1539, toll free at (877) 99-EMENS, all Ticketmaster outlets, www.ticketmaster.com or Ticketmaster’s charge-by-phone at 800-745-3000. For more information please contact the box office or visit our website at www.bsu.edu/emens.

This year marks the 30th Anniversary of the Christmas Tour and release of Mannheim Steamroller Christmas, an album that revolutionized the Holiday Season music category. It’s also the 40th Anniversary of Davis’ first album in his Fresh Aire series which pioneered the New Age music category.

Grammy Award® winner Chip Davis will direct and co-produce Tour performances with MagicSpace Entertainment. The show features classic Christmas hits from Mannheim Steamroller and multimedia effects in an intimate setting.

In addition to being a holiday tradition for many families, the Mannheim Steamroller Christmas Tour regularly attracts repeat attendance from multi-generational guests and is one of the longest running tours in the music industry.

Davis plans to release a new album, Mannheim Steamroller 30/40, this fall. In celebration of the 30th Anniversary Christmas Tour, tracks will include Christmas fan favorites while selections from Davis’ iconic Fresh Aire series and recordings by his daughter, Elyse, will celebrate 40 years of ground-breaking sound.




Mannheim Steamroller has sold more than 40 million albums, 28 million in the Christmas genre. With a total of twelve holiday CDs, an average of eight Mannheim Steamroller Christmas albums occupy Billboard’s Top Seasonal Chart every year.

With 19 gold, 8 multi-platinum and 4 platinum-certified records, Chip Davis is among an elite group of artists that include U2, Jay-Z, and The Beach Boys with such certifications.

About Chip Davis and Mannheim Steamroller
From his longtime home in Omaha, Neb., Mannheim Steamroller creator Chip Davis makes innovative music inspired by the sounds of another age. This former teacher and jingle writer founded the music industry’s largest independent recording label, American Gramaphone, in 1974 when industry executives said Davis’ innovative 18th century instrumental rock sound would never sell. In addition to a Grammy Award, Davis is largely credited with establishing the New Age music category that revolutionized the making and marketing of holiday music. His first Christmas album was released in 1984; the album’s success made Christmas records a “must do” for all music artists. With more than 40 million total records sold including 28 million Christmas albums, Mannheim Steamroller founder Chip Davis is the #1-selling Christmas artist of all time.
Davis, one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the music industry, offers a rich array of lifestyle products on www.mannheimsteamroller.com including hot chocolate, food, apparel and novelty items. His latest achievement is creating a cutting edge psychoacoustic technology that is being used in major medical institutions such as Mayo Clinic and is also being studied by NASA for potential use in space.

About MagicSpace Entertainment
Mannheim Steamroller Christmas by Chip Davis is produced by MagicSpace Entertainment. The company is headed by Lee D. Marshall, Joe Marsh, John Ballard, Steve Boulay and Bruce Granath and has been producing and presenting national tours, Broadway shows, concerts and museum exhibits worldwide for over 30 years. Consistently one of the top promoters in North America, MagicSpace Entertainment typically produces and presents more than 250 events in 75 cities per year. They have offices in Park City and Salt Lake City, UT. www.magicspace.net


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