29 Thursday / April 29, 2021

Cardinal’s Curtain Up Campaign & Silent Auction

10:00 am to 10:00 pm
Online!
https://cardinal.cbo.io

Help Cardinal Stage raise the curtain on their 15th Anniversary Season! You can help by bidding on silent auction items, purchasing raffle tickets, or making a direct tax-deductible donation. All proceeds will directly support their artists, technicians, and improvements to Cardinal’s new production and rehearsal facility (TBA) as they prepare for a triumphant return to the stage later this year! Online now – May 21 at cardinal.cbo.io. 

Here are three ways you can help:

Purchase a raffle ticket for the chance to win a French Lick weekend getaway! Purchase a raffle ticket for just $10!

Bid on silent auction items! We have everything from vacations to gym memberships to in-home catered dinners – plus gift cards and packages from some of your favorite Bloomington business.

Make a direct, tax-deductible donation. Every donation counts, no matter the size.

Thank you! Get started at cardinal.cbo.io.

Theater

29 Thursday / April 29, 2021

Science Sprouts

04:00 pm to 04:30 pm
WonderLab in the WonderGarden
https://www.facebook.com/events/303190094657182/

Topic: Plant Genetics
Location: WonderLab in the WonderGarden
Weather permitting – Masks Required – Distance Enforced
Cost: Free with Museum Admission
Join Museum Educators at WonderLab for this in-person program in the WonderGarden. We will be finishing up our month of botany by learning about plant genetics. We will talk about how plants reproduce and what plant life cycles look like. We will do a planting activity to finish up. Participants will learn STEM skills through play. Activities are designed for ages 0-3.

Children / Education / Entertainment

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