2 Sunday / December 2, 2018

12th Annual Congregation Beth Shalom Holiday Bazaar

10:00 am to 03:00 pm
3750 East Third Street, Bloomington


Lots of free parking.

Benefits / Exhibits / Festivals

2 Sunday / December 2, 2018

Island of Misfit Toys – An All-Kid Craft Show

11:00 am to 04:00 pm
Gather: Handmade Shoppe & Co (116 N Walnut)

On Sunday, Dec 2, Gather will be having their very first ALL-KIDS craft show! Gather will be hosting three local kiddos (and their parents) to showcase their own handmade work. You can chat with them about how they make what they make and also buy directly from the kids.

Come support these younguns and show them how we support local, support handmade, and support ART.

The kiddos will be part of a short mentorship session with Gather to learn a little bit about the business of art. They will be earning all their own money, taking care of all their own sales and display, AND making their own work.

Bring yourself and your own kiddos to buy from them as we’re sure they’ll make GREAT gifts for all those on your shopping list!

Children / Exhibits

2 Sunday / December 2, 2018

4th Annual Gingerbread Workshops by Sugar & Spice

03:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Tudor Room in the Indiana Memorial Union

Getting into the holiday spirit has never been easier with the 4th annual Gingerbread Workshops by Sugar & Spice, IU Catering’s in-house bakery. Held from 3-5p.m. on Sunday December 2, 9 and 16 in the Tudor Room on the First Floor of the Indiana Memorial Union, more people than ever before will have the chance to be part of this special multi-generational experience. Up to 4 people can work on each house for only $25, and the cost includes hot cocoa, cookies, and everything you’ll need to decorate your very own Gingerbread House. This event generally sells-out quickly; so choose the date that suits you best, register for the workshop at go.iu.edu/gingerbread, then gather your family and friends and get ready for this special IU tradition!

Children / Eat and Drink / Entertainment

2 Sunday / December 2, 2018

WFHB Firehouse Follies “Zombie Blues: The Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe”

04:00 pm to 06:00 pm
Ivy Tech Waldron Whikehart Auditorium

WFHB Firehouse Follies
“Zombie Blues: The Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe”

Bloomington, Indiana: WFHB community radio announces its next installment of Firehouse Follies, a variety show performed live on the air. From 4-6pm on December 2nd, listeners can tune in to WFHB at 91.3 FM in Bloomington and Bedford, 98.1 FM in Bloomington, 100.7 FM in Brown County and 106.3 FM in Ellettsville to hear “Zombie Blues: The Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe” or can experience the show as a member of the live studio audience in the Ivy Tech Waldron Whikehart Auditorium. Tickets are $10 per person, or $15 for two.

Firehouse Follies performances can include everything from live music to comedy sketches to dramatic scenes, complete with foley sound effects. This new installment of Firehouse Follies, performed by the Unusual Suspects Radio Acting Troupe, is accompanied by special musical guests The Howlin’ Brothers with Arbutus Cunningham, The WFHB Gospel Gurlz, and the Firehouse Rounders.

Producers Mike Kelsey and Richard Fish teamed up in 2008 with the goal of creating a variety show for audio theater, combining drama, comedy, music, and sound effects to produce a great show for viewers and listeners alike. Firehouse Follies would not exist without the assistance of WFHB, which is proud to broadcast the variety show.

About WFHB: WFHB is a nonprofit radio station that has been providing music, news, and information to the Bloomington community for 25 years. WFHB would not be able to function without the financial and physical support of the community, and welcomes those interested in donating or volunteering to visit their website at wfhb.org or come visit the station in person, located at 108 W. 4th Street, Bloomington, Indiana.

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