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17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

4th Dimension

07:30 pm
Brown County Playhouse

4 decades/4 genres: 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s rock, pop, country & blues! Featuring the talented professional performers of One Pulse Entertainment: Jenn Cristy, Eric Brown, Kaci Bays & Alex Flores. Live band & vocalists. Also see 3 other superb live revues by One Pulse at Playhouse Sept 2-Oct 8: RESPECT, Hillbilly Cats & Working Class Heroes. BC beer & wine sold in the auditorium.

Live Music

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

Hoosiers Outrun Cancer

07:30 am to 12:30 pm
IU Memorial Stadium

2016 marks the 17th running of Hoosiers Outrun Cancer. This fantastic fall race benefits the IU Health Olcott Center. Join us in Celebrating 17 years of running in memory of a loved one, walking in honor of someone battling cancer, gathering a fun team for a fantastic cause and 17 years of dedication and commitment from a community that has helped raise more than $2.3 million in support of the IU Health Olcott Center.

Antiques / Benefits / Children / Fitness / Health / Outdoors / Sports / Volunteering

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

Day Out With Thomas 2016

10:00 am to 03:45 pm
French Lick Scenic Railway



Start your engines! Thomas the Tank Engine invites little engineers to team up with him for a day of family fun at Day Out with Thomas: The Ready, Set, Go Tour 2016. Children everywhere can join Team Thomas when the #1 Engine pulls into French Lick Scenic Railway on September 17, 2016. Day Out with Thomas: The Ready, Set, Go Tour 2016 is presented by Fisher-Price.

This fun-filled event offers children and their families the opportunity to take a ride with Thomas the Tank Engine, star of the popular Thomas & Friends™ series. In addition, they will meet Sir Topham Hatt, Controller of the Railway and enjoy a day of Thomas-themed activities. The tour, now in its 21st year, will make 43 stops across the U.S. and Canada and is expected to welcome nearly one million passengers in 2016.

Tickets for Day Out with Thomas: The Ready, Set, Go Tour 2016 are on sale now and available by calling Ticketweb toll-free 866-468-7630, or by visiting www.ticketweb.com/dowt. Ticket prices are $19 for ages 2 and up (service charges and fee may apply).

For more information and directions, contact the French Lick Scenic Railway at 800-748-7246 or at frenchlickscenicrailway.org.

For information on Thomas & Friends, visit www.thomasandfriends.com

Follow Thomas & Friends on Facebook at www.facebook.com/thomasandfriends and Twitter @ThomasFriends. #DayOutWithThomas

Children / Education / Entertainment / Outdoors

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

Hatha Yoga on Saturdays

Unity of Bloomington, 4001 S. Rogers Street, Bloomington

Taught by Allana Radecki who has been teaching Hatha Yoga since 1988. Her “Yoga from the Inside Out,” draws upon the foundation poses of Hatha Yoga, guided by the breath, to develop a balanced, mindful practice. Allana’s method adapts easily to all ages and levels of practice and is helpful to people with special needs, injuries and joint replacements.

Fitness / Health

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

Harvest Wine Festival

12:00 pm to 08:00 pm
Creekbend Vineyard

Join us at our Creekbend Vineyard for the fifth annual Oliver Winery Harvest Wine Festival! Rain or shine, come out for wine tasting, live music, a selection of local food trucks, and more.

Eat and Drink / Entertainment / Festivals / Live Music / Outdoors

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

Lotus in the Park

12:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Waldron, Hill, and Buskirk Park

From noon to 5:00pm on Saturday, September 17th, Lotus in the Park features live performances, workshops, hands-on Art Camp activities, exhibits, a bike corral, and local food trucks. Lotus in the Park is Free and open to participants of all ages. In addition, Indiana is celebrating its 200th birthday throughout 2016. As part of the statewide Bicentennial Celebration, Lotus in the Park is dedicated to celebrating the history and future of arts and culture in the state, including commemorating the life of our organization’s partial namesake, Quinten “Lotus” Dickey. Find full Lotus in the Park schedule and information at: http://www.lotusfest.org/event/lotus-in-the-park-2016/

Education / Entertainment / Festivals / Live Music / Outdoors / Speakers

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

Walk To End Alzheimer’s

12:00 pm to 05:00 pm
Bryan Park's Woodlawn Shelter

The Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s is the world’s largest event to raise awareness and funds for Alzheimer’s care, support and research. When you participate in the Walk, your fundraising dollars fuel our mission, and help us raise community awareness of Alzheimer’s disease. alz.org/Indiana/walk
There is no actual charge for the event and you can most certainly sign up the day of the event. Why not form a team of friends, family, co-workers or come as an individual?!?!?!
See ya at the Walk!

Benefits / Volunteering

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

Public Tour: Eskenazi Museum of Art

02:00 pm to 03:00 pm
IU Eskenazi Museum of Art

Thomas T. Solley Atrium, First Floor

Meet in the Thomas T. Solley Atrium on the first floor for a free, docent-led tour every Saturday from 2 to 3 p.m. Additional tours can be arranged upon request. The museum also offers audio description and touch tours for people with low vision. Walk-ins and kids are welcome. Please contact tour manager Patsy Rahn at [email protected] or (812) 855-7719 for more information.

Education / Exhibits

17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

September Swing: A Benefit for Middle Way House Hosted by Ivy Tech

06:00 pm
Ivy Tech's Shreve Hall

Experience the feel of the 40s during this elegant night of fabulous food, music, and friends! Think art deco meets big band, think French metro meets swing dancing, think fun!

Live music with The Swing Time Big Band
Songs and dancing by Janiece Jaffe
Silent auction
Dinner, one drink ticket and a full cash bar

100% of all proceeds benefit Middle Way House, the only domestic violence shelter serving six counties in southern Indiana


17 Saturday / September 17, 2016

PAGES by Suzanne Dittenber

06:00 pm to 09:00 pm
Artisan Alley 1607 S. Rogers Street

Come join Artisan Alley in our Dimensions Gallery for a solo show from visiting artist Suzanne Dittenber. Her paintings of PAGES inquire into the proliferation of information alongside our continued valuation of the printed page. Through this body of work, she sorts out a certain dubiousness regarding dissemination of imagery and also expresses sympathy toward physicality and materiality, a determined valuing of the concrete and tactile.
This event will be open for a public reception with light refreshments on 9/17/16 from 6-9 and will be open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 6-9, OR you can call in to schedule an appointment by calling 812-370-0278.
Suzanne Dittenber is a visual artist from Indianapolis, Indiana. Suzanne received her BFA from Columbus College of Art and Design and her MFA from the University of New Hampshire. She has been an artist-in-residence at the Vermont Studio Center, the Alfred and Trafford Klots Residency in Brittany, France, and the Heliker LaHotan Foundation Residency on Cranberry Island, Maine. She currently is an Assistant Professor of Art at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana.
I begin my painting process observing tangible objects – printed pages containing images. In the sleek, pristine form of a newly released magazine, images are pre-eminent. But as pages are turned and manipulated, they take on the added complexity of marks, creases, wrinkles, folds, waves. Consequently, imagery
becomes servile, accommodating these alterations to the physical form of the page. Two dimensional illusions become relief sculptures. This transformation is the focus of my current work.

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