8 Sunday / March 8, 2020

WonderCamp Open Registration

12:00 am
WonderLab Museum
https://www.wonderlab.org/whats-happening/wondercamp/

At WonderCamp we encourage courageous experimentation, use actual scientific terms and tools, introduce kids to working scientists, and help kids embrace failure as part of learning. All camp sessions are designed to build curious and creative problem solvers, inspired by the wonder of science. We listen – to the kids, their adults, teachers, and visiting scientists – and intentionally make our camps more robust and exciting each year.
Please select camps that are appropriate for your child’s age, interests, and abilities. WonderCamp may not be appropriate if your child has not yet had a Pre-K experience away from home
WonderLab is committed to lowering the carbon footprint of camp. We encourage campers to bring reusable water bottles and sustainably wrapped and packaged food.
Learn more at: https://www.wonderlab.org/whats-happening/wondercamp/
Sessions: https://www.wonderlab.org/whats-happening/wondercamp/sessions/
Member registration opens 3/1/2020 at midnight. Open registration starts 3/8/202 at midnight.

Children / Education / Entertainment

8 Sunday / March 8, 2020

Tween Yoga

11:00 am to 11:00 am on Apr 27
Vibe Yoga Studio
https://www.vibeyogastudio.com/upcoming-events

TWEEN Yoga:
Ages 11-14
Welcome Yoga for the in be-TWEENS. We are offering yoga for tweens ages 11-14. These classes are aimed to energize and empower a student’s body and mind through movement. Practicing yoga at a young age supports healthy physical growth, improves body awareness and focus, builds community, and helps resolve intra/interpersonal tension. Come and join us for a fun, interactive experience that leaves a student feeling grounded, calm, and connected with their peers. Studies show that participation in a yoga practice is extremely beneficial for adolescents in helping to improve their mental wellness and attention, increase overall enjoyment in their day to day, and reduce anxiety. A physical yoga practices has beneficial and lasting effects during these formative years.
This is a perfect starting place for tweens looking to jump into yoga for the first time as well as for those who already practice and want to gain a deeper knowledge of the physical poses.

Children / Fitness / Health

8 Sunday / March 8, 2020

Art Therapy Open Studio

01:00 pm to 04:00 pm
Eskenazi Museum of Art at Indiana University
https://events.iu.edu/artmuseum/view/event/event_id/104627

Join our art therapist for self-directed art-making!
This group will serve as a safe space in which members of the IU and greater Bloomington community can utilize art as a method for self-expression, personal growth, and stress relief. All skill levels are welcome. No art experience necessary.

Education / Health

8 Sunday / March 8, 2020

Self-Care Sunday: OHM & Brew is back!

02:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Juniper Art Gallery and Civilian Brewing Corps
http://www.juniperartgallery.com

Self-Care Sunday, the Art of Well-Being!
OHM & Brew with Sarah Flint

Meditation is a way to better connect everything and bring us closer to truth.

Second Sunday, March 8

2:00-3:00 pm – Brief discussion and then a FREE guided meditation for relaxation and renewal (donations for meditation leader gratefully accepted). Please be on time, no late admission for meditation.

3:30 – 5:00 – We will then enjoy libations together and the fellowship of old and new-found friends at Civilian Brewing Corps (on the Spencer Courthouse Square)! Please note that attendees are responsible for the expense of their own food and drink at the brewery.

Sarah Flint is a Shambhala meditation guide. She hosts meditations at the Unitarian Universalist Church in Bloomington each Monday from noon -1 pm. As part of Hoosier Heartland Shambhala Meditation Group, she facilitates courses in mindfulness. Sarah is also a multi-talented vocalist and musician. She will be a regular Self-Care Sunday presenter on the 2nd Sunday monthly.

Join us Sunday afternoons for a variety of self-care experiences that will relax, enrich and sooth your heart, mind, body and spirit. Self-Care Sundays are offered by local and regional practitioners from a variety of personal-well-being disciplines.

Eat and Drink / Health

8 Sunday / March 8, 2020

JTB 15th Anniversary Celebration

05:00 pm to 07:00 pm
FAR Center for Contemporary Arts
https://www.jewishtheatrebloomington.com/lets-celebrate

In order to celebrate the company’s 15 years of extraordinary Jewish Theatre, JTB will host a “Let’s Celebrate!” 15th Anniversary Party at the FAR Gallery on March 8 from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. This event will include a buffet style catered dinner from Board and Blade with complimentary beer from Upland Brewery and wine donated by Chateau Ste Michelle Wineries. There will be a silent auction featuring tickets for local performances, theatre classes, and other enticements. Musical entertainment will be provided by Classical Guitar duo, Ben Jackson and Peter Pendowski, and by Bloomington’s Klezmer band, Klezmorchestra.

There will be international dancing led by local folk dancer, Leah Savion, and more! Martha Jacobs, Adjunct Faculty member in Directing and Acting in the IU Department of Theatre, Drama, and Contemporary Dance, will be the Master of Ceremonies. Tickets will be $75 are available for purchase now.
For more information on the Jewish Theatre, please visit jewishtheatrebloomington.com.

Benefits / Business / Eat and Drink / Entertainment / Live Music / Theater / Volunteering

8 Sunday / March 8, 2020

The Room Screening

07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater
https://cardinalstage.org/event/theroom/

“Oh Hai, Bloomington!”

The BEST bad film of all time returns to the Buskirk-Chumley Theater in March 2020. Since its release in 2004, The Room has become a once-in-a-generation sensation, referred to as “the Citizen Kane of bad movies,” and even inspiring a hit Hollywood film, The Disaster Artist, starring James Franco as enigmatic auteur Tommy Wiseau. This is your chance to catch it on the big screen the way it was intended to be seen… with a big group of friends during a night out.

Featuring a bonkers plot, endlessly quotable lines, highly questionable acting, and some of the most “intense” football action in movie history, The Room is a masterpiece of cinema that demands to be seen with a large group. It’s going to be a party, so invite all of your friends (“Good thinking!”). Or are you a little chicken? Cheep-chip-chip-Cheep-Cheep!

The Room has been running for over a decade in Los Angeles and has now taken the rest of the country by storm. You’ll want to be there for the devastation it will leave in its wake!

The Room is rated R for language and some of the dumbest sex scenes in movie history.

Prop bags include spoons, rose petals, and other ridiculous items that are used for priceless moments of audience interaction.

All proceeds from the ticket sales go to support Cardinal Stage.

Films

8 Sunday / March 8, 2020

High Proof Laughs at Cardinal Spirits

07:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Cardinal Spirits, 922 S. Morton St.
https://www.cardinalspirits.com/events

Limestone Comedy Festival and Cardinal Spirits present the return of High Proof Laughs: a live comedy series at the distillery featuring emcee Mat Alano-Martin! Because craft cocktails + cracking up is something we could all use a lot more of.

The show on 3/8 will feature headliner Kelly Collette, along with Nicci B, Anna Mazza, and Shanda Sung.

Your $5 cash donation at the door will benefit Girls Inc. of Monroe County. Doors open at 6pm and close at 7pm when the show starts! Seats fill early. 21+ only.

Comedy

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