14 Sunday / January 14, 2018

Monroe County Bicentennial Opening Celebration

01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Monroe County Courthouse

On the day of Monroe County’s founding, come to the Courthouse for an afternoon of history, music, food and fun as we open the Monroe County Bicentennial year. Experiences will include the Presentation of the Colors by members of the Sons of the American Revolution, singing of the National Anthem by Rebecca Keith, historical perspectives by Cheryl Munson, Dr. James Madison, Charlotte Zeitlow, Senator Mark Stoops, and early county families, music by Entwyned and Grey Larsen and Cindy Kallett, and so much more! The historic pictorial 2018 Monroe County Bicentennial calendar will also be available for purchase and the Children’s “Name the Fish” contest will be announced. Attendees are also invited to enjoy music by Craig Brenner and see the new exhibit at the Monroe County History Center following events at the courthouse. Keep updated by visiting the Monroe County Bicentennial Facebook page or visit the Bicentennial website. (Snow date: January 21st)

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14 Sunday / January 14, 2018

Bloomington Family Dance

04:30 pm to 06:00 pm
Harmony School 909 E. 2nd Street, Bloomington, IN 47401

This will be a fun-filled afternoon for people of all ages to dance to live music. No experience is necessary and we welcome people from all backgrounds, abilities and experience levels to join in the fun. Potluck to follow!


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