13 Friday / March 13, 2020

Science Sprouts

09:15 am to 09:45 am
WonderLab Museum

In March WonderLab’s Early Childhood Education programs will explore The Human Body. Science Sprouts and Sprouts Lab activities are geared towards ages birth to 3, Discovery Time towards ages 4 to 6, but caregivers and siblings are always welcome to attend as well.

Children / Education

13 Friday / March 13, 2020

Baby Brilliance

10:30 am to 11:30 am
WonderLab Museum

Baby Brilliance is a new weekly program for children birth through eighteen months and their caregivers, older siblings are always welcome, too. Each week participants can get in person advice and explore themes related to infant development. Early childhood development consultant, Ben Planton, will be available to answer questions at all sessions.

Children / Education / Entertainment

13 Friday / March 13, 2020

Dive Deeper

02:00 pm to 02:30 pm
WonderLab Museum

Feverish Oceans: Imagine entire forests of trees just disappearing. The plants and animals that depend on these trees would also eventually die out. Because of climate change, this very phenomenon is happening in our oceans right now. As atmospheric temperatures climb here on land, oceanic hot-spots are developing rapidly and cold water organisms are beginning to feel the heat. Massive die-offs of entire kelp forests have begun cascades of loss in the species relying on these ecosystems. In this month’s Dive Deeper, learn what you can do to minimize your impact on our warming oceans.

Animals / Children / Education / Entertainment / Exhibits

13 Friday / March 13, 2020

FlowMotion Symposium 2020

03:00 pm to 12:00 pm on Mar 15
Monroe Convention Center

FlowMotion Symposium is a metropolitan cirque and flow arts education and performance weekend March 13-15, 2020, in Bloomington, Indiana.

People of all ages and skill levels are invited for aerial, circus and juggling curricula, performances, group discussions, live music and fire! The symposium features two days of workshops and showcases, with open skill-shares and lots of space to flow — all under one roof at the Monroe Convention Center.

The full event pass — $140 until March 12, or $160 at the door — includes Madame Grey’s Eternity Cirkus on Saturday night, all workshops and the fire circles. A meal plan is also available for pre-order for $60 per person. For tickets, meal plans and more, visit https://www.flowmotionevents.com.

Dance / Education / Entertainment

13 Friday / March 13, 2020

The McCartney Years

07:30 pm to 09:30 pm on Mar 7
Brown County Playhouse

Hailed by the original Beatles promoter as ‘THE BEST ON THE SCENE’, The McCartney Years is a period-true, technically stunning and explosive live concert show that performs the music of Paul McCartney spanning two decades from The Beatles to Wings.

Songs include hits like Hey Jude, Jet, Let It Be, Band On The Run, The Long And Winding Road, Live And Let Die, Lady Madonna and many, many more, plus some of the deep cuts that McCartney wrote during the 1960’s and 1970’s; all performed to their original

Entertainment / Live Music

13 Friday / March 13, 2020

Guster: An Evening of Acoustic Music and Improv

08:00 pm
Buskirk-Chumley Theater

Guster is leaving their amps at home for their first acoustic tour in eight years. The band will perform a mix of fan favorites and beloved deep cuts with stringed accompaniment. It’s their first time in Indiana since releasing their latest album!

$1 of each ticket price benefits REVERB, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded in 2004 by environmentalist Lauren Sullivan and her musician husband, Adam Gardner of Guster. REVERB creates and executes comprehensive, custom programs to green the tour itself while engaging concertgoers to take action for the environment.

Comedy / Entertainment / Live Music

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