23 Tuesday / July 23, 2019

Being Bloomington: Being Peace Community Meditation

11:30 am to 01:00 pm
MCPL Auditorium
https://www.BeingPeaceBloomington.com

Being Bloomington: Being Peace Community Meditation

Free community meditation at the Monroe County Public Library in downtown Bloomington.
Doors open at 11:30am
Meditation from 12-12:50pm

July 23 Musical guest: Nicholas McGill, with sitar and guzheng.

Meditation Host: Kat Forgacs

Attendees are invited to bring a cushion, blanket, or yoga mat. Stadium seating is provided.

The program is free to attend.

For details on MCPL parking options and accessibility, please visit https://mcpl.info/parking and https://mcpl.info/geninfo/accessibility.

For more information on the Being Peace community meditation series, visit our Facebook group: http://bit.ly?BeingPeaceFB or the Being Bloomington: Being Peace website: www.BeingPeaceBloomington.com, or contact the Being Bloomington: Being Peace Series Organizer, Kat Forgacs, at [email protected]

Civic Affairs / Health / Live Music

23 Tuesday / July 23, 2019

People’s Park Presents The Fiddlin Ben Thompson

04:30 pm to 06:00 pm
People's Park
https://bloomington.in.gov/parks/events/concerts

Looking for something fun and relaxing to do as you wind down from a busy day? Join us in People’s Park every Tuesday from 4:30-6:00 p.m. for free, live music. Come out to hear old favorites or discover new faces in the local music scene!

The Fiddlin Ben Thompson is an old-time fiddler!

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