23 Sunday / September 23, 2018

20th Annual Community Recovery Picnic & John Liell Softball Game

11:00 am to 03:00 pm
Bryan Park - Woodlawn Shelter

Amethyst House, Amethyst Alumni, Courage to Change, Indiana Center for Recovery and Indiana Recovery Alliance Present:

20th Annual Community Recovery Picnic & Johnny Liell Softball Game

Bryan Park Woodlawn Shelter
Sunday September 23rd 11-3

Everyone is welcome! MAT, abstinent, considering positive change, family, friends!! This event is all-inclusive, celebrating the theme “Let’s Kick Up The Love A Notch!”

We will provide burgers, hot dogs, brats, ice, drinks, condiments and a couple of vegetarian options!

You can bring a covered dish, folding chair, blankets, and any and all softball gear you might have!

11am Welcome and Fellowship
12pm Food
12:30 “Let’s Kick Up The Love A Notch”
1:30-3 Games, Fellowship, Softball, Volleyball

Festivals / Health / Outdoors / Sports

23 Sunday / September 23, 2018

Platinum Girls The Musicial

02:00 pm
Brown County Playhouse

This original musical comedy “Platinum Girls” wows audiences of all ages and is Golden Ticket Productions most popular show.

The musical is great fun and offers a funny twist on some popular music. This musical comedy tells a story of three women – Elaine, Doris and Ruby Lee. The best of friends in High School, they entered a songwriting contest and won. One hit song defined their friendship and now, forty years later, their claim to fame is less than ideal. Let’s hope their stars will align for them once again as they prepare for the comeback concert of their lives. Hopefully overcoming their biggest obstacle, themselves.

Platinum Girls The Musical has everyone laughing and dancing in the aisles on this musical journey of fame and friendship. All age show

Directed by Russell Moss

Live Music

23 Sunday / September 23, 2018

Tibetan and Indian Food Cooking Class and Dinner led by the Tashi Kyil Monks

04:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center

Unity of Bloomington is sponsoring this fundraising event in partnership with the Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center. All proceeds will benefit the Tashi Kyil Monastery in Dehra Dun, India.

Participants will learn to prepare traditional Tibetan meat and Tsel (vegetarian) momos, Thugpa (noodle soup), and Daytse (sweet rice dessert). Additionally, the monks will include Indian dishes of their choosing based on the places of their birth and/or location of their monastery.

Following the cooking class, all will enjoy the food in a communal dinner of fellowship and fun. Participants are encouraged to bring take-home containers for leftovers or containers will be provided. Please plan for at least 4 hours and possibly longer.

Advance registration and payment is required, and space will be limited so early registration is highly encouraged.

To register online visit www.unityofbloomington.org under Events. Or pay by cash or check to Unity of Bloomington (4001 S. Rogers St., Bloomington, IN 47403) no later than 3 p.m. on Friday, September 21st. To learn more about the monks, visit www.tashikyiltour.org.

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