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Indianapolis, Boat, Sport, & Travel Show (2/17 - 2/24): From camping gear to extreme sports, the Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel Show has everything imaginable!

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Michigan City, 3rd Annual Shelf Ice Brewfest (2/18): Michigan City Mainstreet Association's 3rd annual winter beer festival to be held outside in the heart of the Uptown Arts District in Michigan City, IN.

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Evansville, 4th Annual Gumbo Cook Off (2/18): Join us for 4th annual Gumbo Cook Off in this Mardi Gras season! More stops, more non profits, and more gumbo!! Trolley service available this year as well!

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Indianapolis, GeoFest: The 15th Annual Indiana State Museum Fossil, Gem and Mineral Show (2/17 - 2/19): GeoFest “rocks” the Indiana State Museum as experts and vendors from all over the country come to the museum with fossils, rocks, minerals, jewelry and more!

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Huntingburg, HOLLAND KIWANIS ANNUAL GUN &KNIFE SHOW (2/18 - 2/19): ANNUAL EVENT 180 TABELS $40 PER TABELS AVAILABLE

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Lafayette, On the Shoulders of Ancestors: the Art of Willis Bing Davis (1/4 - 3/19): A collaborative exhibition featured at both the Haan Museum and the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette. Willis "Bing" Davis grew up in a neighborhood where there was a sense of community, where everyo

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Greenfield, Central Indiana Gun Show - Greenfield (2/25 - 2/26): Central Indiana Gun Shows features all of your gun related necessities with a variety of vendors: Pistols - Rifles - Shotguns - Ammunition - Knives - Accessories, and more!

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Indianapolis, Psychic Fair Feb 25th & 26th (2/25 - 2/26): Psychic Fair February 25th & 26th. Saturday 12 pm to 8 pm and Sunday 12 pm to 4 pm. $5 admission and $10 for 15 minute readings (cash discount prices). Drawings every hour!

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Alexandria, Central Indiana Gun Show - Alexandria (3/4 - 3/5): Central Indiana Gun Shows features all of your gun related necessities with a variety of vendors: Pistols - Rifles - Shotguns - Ammunition - Knives - Accessories, and more!

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Anderson, Big Daddy Weave (3/9): Big Daddy Weave is an American contemporary Christian and rock band, hailing from Mobile, Alabama. They were formed in 2002.

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Anderson, We Are Messengers (3/9): We Are Messengers is a family, band and ministry from Ireland now based in the United States. At the heart of our vision is the desire to serve God and to see His radical love transform our lives and

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Anderson, Zach Williams (3/9): Husband, father, singer, songwriter, worship leader, campus director at his home church in Arkansas, and now, most recently added to Zach Williams’ list of titles is recording artist. Signing with Pro

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Anderson, Mendelssohn’s Reformation Symphony (2/25): In recognition of the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, we invite you to experience Mendelssohn’s Symphony No. 5, “Reformation.”ASO Principal Bassoonist, Cecily Sher will warm your spi

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Avon, AEF Monte Carlo Night (3/4): Join the Avon Education Foundation for an evening of food, fundraising, and fun at the AEF Monte Carlo Night. Enjoy dinner, a silent auction, charity gaming, a wine pull, and a heads or tails trivia g

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Avon, Alpha Sigma Skating Party (2/24): Come out and skate with the ladies of Sigma Gamma Rho as we pay a Tribute to Black History!

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Bloomington, 2017 Bloomington Winter Farmers Market (1/14 - 3/25): This market prioritizes locally grown and produced items. Find fresh, local produce at the Bloomington Winter Farmers' Market.

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Bloomington, 26th Annual Indiana Heritage Quilt Show (3/2 - 3/4): Three full days of workshops, over 200 quilts on display and expanded vendor booths in downtown Bloomington.

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Bloomington, 7 Course Vegetarian Wine Dinner (2/22): Chef Matt is presenting a 7course all vegetarian wine dinner paired with beautiful wines out of Italy. $50 per person Call to reserve your seats today! 812-332-1892

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Bloomington, American Cancer Society Gala (2/17): The American Cancer Society Gala is a philanthropic event hosted by Delta Sigma Pi which benefits the American Cancer Society. Dinner, speakers, and live entertainment will be provided during this nig

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Bloomington, Ascend Ice Skating Night (2/17): Come join Ascend for an ice skating night on Friday, February 17th! We'll meet in front of HH2075 at 6:30pm to assign rides and drive to Frank Southern Arena. Bring an extra layer and let's ice skate!

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Bloomington, Bending Toward Justice: Food Charity and Public Policy (2/17): "Bending Toward Justice: Food Charity and Public Policy" will explore the evolution of the charitable food sector in the United States, from an “emergency” phase in the 1980s through an Institutionali

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Bloomington, Bloomington Home Show (2/23 - 2/26): more than 200 vendors, including builders, banking institutions, landscapers, interior designers, gutter installers, water proofers and many more.

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Bloomington, Corey Smith (3/4): The way Corey Smith sees it, he owes a debt to his fans. And it's one he is determined to repay with his 10th album, While the Gettin' Is Good. The project, released on Sugar Hill Records, marks the f

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Bloomington, Escape the Room: IU Basketball Edition (2/23 - 3/4): Escape Rooms are the hottest and most exciting interactive experience happening, and for good reason – it’s a great environment for team building, learning, and creativity!

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Bloomington, Ryan M. Brewer (3/7): A singer/songwriter by trade, Ryan M. Brewer is more accurately described as a traveling musical storyteller. Having always placed the primary importance on lyricism, his songs tend to float effortles

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Bloomington, Send a Snuggle (2/17): ‘Send a Snuggle’ on Friday, February 17 for Random Acts of Kindness Day ‘Send a Snuggle’ with one of your favorite animal ambassadors from MCHA to anyone in Monroe County! Show you’ve got heart, say

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Bloomington, Sixty Six - Underground Film Series (2/17): A filmmaker since 1977, California Institute of the Arts professor Lewis Klahr has confirmed his place in the top tier of the 21st century’s experimental media makers for his stop-motion collage work

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Bloomington, Sounds of Brazil (2/17): Valeria & Dena - The duo plays a diverse repertoire of Brazilian smooth jazz with sophisticated rhythms and improvisations.

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Bloomington, The Gay Neighbors (3/2): Gay Neighbors is a Chicago band originally formed in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. Their experimental brand of heavy-psych rock rarely heard broke through the music scene of the sleepy college town in

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Bloomington, HHart 2017 Gala (2/17): The annual HHart Showcase is here! Stop by the Hutton Honors College to see art, performances, and writing by your fellow students.

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Bloomington, LFBs 4th Annual PowerPoint Roulette (2/22): Ever have that dream where you have to give a presentation and you’re not prepared? Live that dream out with Local First Bloomington and a bunch of brave, local big shots as they present on topics the

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Bloomington, Mother Bears Sign, Dine, & Donate (2/22): The ASL Club is having a fundraiser at Mother Bear's. We will be meeting at the 3rd St location at 6pm. It will be a voices off event and so much fun! If you can't make it, the coupons are good for bo

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Bristol, People of Elkhart: Charles Gordone (2/18): Born in Cleveland, but raised in the city of Elkhart, Gordone was the first African-American to win a Pulitzer Prize for drama

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Brownsburg, SWeet Melissa Foundation Jackpot Bowling Event (2/18): The Sweet Melissa Foundation is a privately operated Not-For-Profit 501(c) Charitable Organization as recognized by the International Revenue Service and was established in 2007 by the Melissa A.

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Carmel, 1964... The Tribute- Celebrating the Beetles (2/17): Over twenty years of researching and performing have made “1964” masters of their craft. They are hailed by critics and fans alike as THE most authentic and endearing Beatles tribute…

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Carmel, 2nd Annual Trivia Night (2/24): Trivia Night is the UHS Parent Association's only fundraising event. Money raised by the Parent Association benefits literally every student at University High School.

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Carmel, Beethovens Eroica (2/19): Be there at The Palladium and hear Edo de Waart and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra perform one of Beethoven’s towering achievements, the mighty Symphony No. 3, the “Eroica.”

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Carmel, Breyer Fun Day (2/25): Paint your own 4" horse with materials provided.

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Carmel, Brushstrokes: Music inspired by paintings (2/25): The Indiana Wind Symphony artistically renders musical images using a palette of instrumental colorations in a concert of music inspired by paintings. Michael Colburn, former director of “The Presiden

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Carmel, Celebrations of Creativity and Craftsmanship (3/8): Hopkins is a lifelong resident of Indiana. He is a self-taught artist who is best known for his still-life painting. Hopkins work has been juried, accepted and won awards numerous times in the Hoosier

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Carmel, Celebrations of Creativity and Craftsmanship (2/22): Enjoy paintings and a visit with the artist Kristina Oliver

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Carmel, Sip and Song, a FUNdraiser at Peace Water Winery (2/22): Join us at at Peace Water Winery and support Actors Theatre of Indiana!

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Carmel, Unscripted: A Musical Improv Comedy (3/8 - 3/9): 4 Actors. 1 Stage. And YOU! Join us for an evening of IMPROVISED Musical Theatre. You provide the content. We provide the laughs. See actors transform onstage into their characters as a story is woven

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Carmel, Exhibit: The Furnishing Touch (2/4 - 5/28): A history of furniture styles in America displayed in miniature

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Carmel, Mane Bash - Auction & Parents Night Out (2/25): Join us for the Woodbrook Elementary FUNdraiser at Woodland Country Club in Carmel.

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Carmel, March Forth for Autism (3/4): Please join The Independence Academy on Saturday, March 4, 2017, as we March Forth for Autism!

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Carmel, Master Class with Xiomara Reyes (2/19): A 90-minute Master Class in ballet technique for intermediate and advanced students. Each class is open to 30 students and 10 observers.

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Chesterton, Third Saturday Stargazing at the National Lakeshore (1/21 - 12/16): Join members of the Chicago Astronomical Society to get a closer look at the evening sky over Indiana Dunes National Lakeshore.

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Crawfordsville, 75th Annual Meeting (2/21): The Montgomery County Soil and Water Conservation District is a legal subdivision of state government responsible for conserving natural resources within our county.

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Crawfordsville, Goldie Sleeps With The Fishes (2/18): Back by popular demand! An encore participation and presentation of the Tannenbaum Cultural Center's exclusive Murder Mystery & Dinner to die for... Goldie Sleeps With the Fishes! Written and coregrap

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Crown Point, Contouring 101 Makeup Workshop (3/5): ADVANCE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR $75 EACH AND INCLUDES ADMISSION TO CLASS, A CONTOURING PALETTE,BRUSH, BEAUTY BLENDER AND FACE SHEET!

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Crown Point, Crazy Bunco Night (2/17): Crazy Bunco Night an evening of fun to benefit St. Clare Clinic Prenatal Assistance Program

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Edinburgh, Groundhog Gallop 5K and Kids Run (2/25): Swag? Yes, we got it! Get a shirt with our cool Groundhog logo as well as a finishers medal. The course is entirely held inside the park, so no cars to worry about and no exhaust to breathe.

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Evansville, 4th Annual Gumbo Cook Off (2/18): Join us for 4th annual Gumbo Cook Off in this Mardi Gras season! More stops, more non profits, and more gumbo!! Trolley service available this year as well!

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Evansville, Allen Rockhouse Bday Get Down & Dance Party (2/17): An art gallery, cafe and event space for the awkward, the anxious, and the anonymous. A hang-out for compassionate freaks, active nerds, progressive geeks and conscious twerps. We stand-up for creativ

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Evansville, Carne Asada Give Back To PAAWS (2/24 - 2/25): We are so excited for the Carne Asada Give Back to PAAWS! Mention PAAWS when you order your take out food & percent of sales from Carne Asada from February 17th-18th will be donated to PAAWS. They h

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Evansville, Community Gathering! Delicious Food! Art! Friends! (2/17): Join us for a deliciously vegetarian Indian dinner, as we kick off the tradition of a dinner gathering on the 3rd Friday of each month.

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Evansville, Early Learners Academy at cMoe (2/16 - 3/2): Calling all preschoolers and their grownups! Join The Children’s Museum of Evansville on Thursday and Friday mornings for Early Learners Academy. The Academy is designed specifically to develop your c

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Evansville, Soup, Salad, and STYLE! (2/23): Patchwork Central is celebrating its Ruby Anniversary in 2017! Join us as we begin the festivities with our annual Soup, Salad, & STYLE!

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Evansville, Strawberries and Champagne Gala 2017 (2/18): The ladies of the Evansville Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. in partnership with the Delta Research and Educational Foundation are bringing you another "Elegant Affair" with the 8t

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Evansville, Free ImPACT Baseline Concussion Testing (2/18): The St. Mary’s Sports Concussion Alliance is offering a baseline screening date for local athletes.

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Evansville, Hacienda Give-Back (2/21): Visit the north side Hacienda on First Avenue on Tuesday, February 21st and 20% of your purchase will be donated to our animals! The give back is good for dine in, carry out, gift cards, and bar servi

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Evansville, IHWI/CADI Regional Session #5 (2/23): Join us for the fifth IHWI/CADI Regional Session in Southwest Indiana!

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Evansville, Midwest Training Day (2/18): The Junior League of Evansville is honored to host the 2nd Midwest Training Day. Junior Leagues across the Midwest Region will be joining JLE in a one day training conference that will provide worksho

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Fishers, Sky Zone Fishers Ladies Night (2/27): Ladies night will include a SkyFit mini session, Beauty Products, great food & more! Tickets start at $10 per Lady including: a mini SkyRobics session, 20+ vendors, food from local restaurants, and pr

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Fishers, Mothers Vs. Daughters Seminar and Book Signing (2/21): This seminar will focus on the issues often found between mother's and daughter's who don't have the ideal relationship. Perceptions, expectations and actions all coupled with issues of needs not bein

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Floyds Knobs, Healing Seminar with Shane Lear (2/17): This seminar will cover the use breathing and breath control for health and healing. Cost is $35. Follow Ticket link to register.

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Fort Wayne, 44rd Annual Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show PreviousNext (3/2 - 3/5): The Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show is celebrating its 44th year in 2017! With more than 650 exhibitors each year, the Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show is the place to see the latest in contemporary ho

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Fort Wayne, 9th Annual Fort Wayne Womens Expo (2/25 - 2/26): Fort Wayne Women's Expo is the place to be with Fashion, Fun & Shopping, Feb. 25 & 26 at the Memorial Coliseum!

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Fort Wayne, African American Genealogical Research Seminar (2/25): Nichelle M. Hayes will provide a two-hour seminar beginning at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, February 25, 2017 in The Genealogy Center’s Discovery Center on African American Genealogical Research.

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Fort Wayne, All Beethoven (2/25): Beethoven’s “Triple Concerto” is a tour de force for the soloists, exploring motifs and contrasting moods, like three characters in a play. Repeated three times in the weeks following its premiere, "a

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Fort Wayne, Battle Of The Boy Bands (2/24): Everybody!!!! Yea.. yea.. its time for all your favorite boy bands in one great show. Join us as Dynamic Sound Entertainment Presents Battle of the Boy Bands. We are invading Flashback on the Landing

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Fort Wayne, Bridal Extravaganza (2/26): Our 10th annual Bridal Extravaganza will feature more than 150 displays from experts in the bridal field. Don't miss the runway fashion show featuring the latest trends as well as some new and excitin

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Fort Wayne, Charity Jiu-Jitsu Seminar (2/25): On Saturday February 25th, Gracie Jiu-Jitsu Fort Wayne will be hosting a 3-hour charity seminar for Community Harvest Food Bank, the largest hunger relief organization in northeast Indiana.

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Fort Wayne, Civil War Garrison (2/25 - 2/26): The 5th Texas Spangtown Mess will muster at Fort Wayne for drill and training.

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Fort Wayne, Coffee Talk (2/23): Please join us at the next Ladies Coffee Talk on Thursday, February 23rd at 6:30pm where Kris Meidinger will share and encourage us with her transforming story.

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Fort Wayne, Construction World Expo (2/22 - 2/23): Construction World Expo is cost effective access to thousands of industry buyers and prospects, it is a great opportunity to generate new leads and grow existing relationship at the perfect time of ye

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Fort Wayne, Disney on Ice: Dare To Dream (3/9 - 3/12): Nothing can stop a princess from a courageous adventure at Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream. Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse as they share the heroic stories of four of your favorite Disney Pri

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Fort Wayne, Diversity Dialogue: Celebrating Fort Waynes Black History (2/22): Join us for our February Diversity Dialogue! In recognition of Black History Month we will be celebrating Fort Wayne's Black History with a dialogue led by Roberta F. Ridley, Chairwoman of the African

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Fort Wayne, Doug Hood Band: FREE Concert with Stories Behind the Songs (2/24): I'm REALLY excited to share this event where we will be playing live some of our songs in an unplugged setting (well kind of unplugged) and telling the stories behind the songs.

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Fort Wayne, Eef Barzelay of Clem Snide (2/23): Clem Snide began in Boston in the early 1990s. It was there Eef Barzelay and good friends Eric Paul and Jason Glasser first performed under that moniker. The band dissolved when Eef Barzelay moved to

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Fort Wayne, Save Maumee Art-N-Party (2/25): Come on out to the Phenonix off Broadway February 25th for Save Maumee's Art-N-Party. We will be having a wine and canvas from 5pm to 7pm with Fort Wayne's very own Terry Ratliff teaching you to paint

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Fort Wayne, Shop for Success in 2017 with Registered Dietitian, Amanda Langan (2/21): Make sure you make 2017 your most healhty and successful year yet! You can shop with Registered Dietitian, Amanda Langan from the Indiana Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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Fort Wayne, Sips & Savasana (2/17): Meet us at the Art Museum for yoga, art, libations!! Friday, February 17th

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Fort Wayne, Taste of the Sister Cities (2/18): You will support us in our efforts to promote peace through people: your contribution will help us send students overseas for an exchange and return with their minds opened, their hearts full and a de

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Fort Wayne, Teen Rock Takeover (2/24): Check out these Academy Build a Bands Perform in their first paid gig!! This live performance will be featuring the amazing sounds of; Apricot Probe, Monarch, Xtricity, and Overexposure!! Enjoy a nigh

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Fort Wayne, The Brothers Live (2/24): MARK YOUR CALENDARS FOR THE UPCOMING SEMINARIAN BENEFIT CONCERT of the year FEATURING....THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS MINOR...and their NEW hit friar band...

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Fort Wayne, The Childrens Hour (3/9 - 3/25): Lillian Hellman's seminal 1930's drama confronts the bigotry perpetrated against the LGBT community and how easily a lie can spread. Just as a struggling school, run by two women, is on firm footing,

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Fort Wayne, The Phil Family Series: Star Wars and Superheroes (2/19): It’s the great music you know and love, all in one place. Traditional selections like the theme to 2001: A Space Odyssey and awe inspiring works from Holst’s The Planets will expose young people to co

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Fort Wayne, The Vintage Marketplace Spring Edition (2/24 - 2/25): We are entering into our 3rd year for our Vintage Market, and we are very excited about this Spring Edition!! As always, we are working hard to make it a fun-filled experience for our shoppers and ven

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Fort Wayne, Tribe N Chill (2/25): The TRIBE is a student ministry of First Assembly of God in Fort Wayne, Indiana. High School & Middle School Services are Wednesday nights at 7:00pm.

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Fort Wayne, University of Notre Dame Childrens Choir (2/19): The Notre Dame Children's choir sings original music by British composer, Daniel Justin.

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Fort Wayne, Fashion and Community #flightfulfw (3/9): We are teaming up with some incredible women in #dtfw by joining forces to raise money and support SCAN Inc. Bring your ladies and enjoy a night of Fashion where Lace + Arrow and Idlehour Boutique wil

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Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne Komets Pink the Rink Weekend (2/25 - 2/26): Join us for the Fort Wayne Komets Hockey Pink the Rink Weekend to benefit breast cancer research.

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Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne Komets vs. Brampton Beast (2/18): Join the Jungle and cheer on the Fort Wayne Komets as they make another run for a championship. Come see Icy D. Eagle and the rest of the Komets when they hit the ice for the 2016/17 season at the Al

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Fort Wayne, FortLAN X (2/25 - 2/26): FortLAN's TENTH LAN party! We are excited to hang out and game with all who bought tickets.

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Fort Wayne, Fostering Hope for Children Chili Cook Off (2/25): Come enjoy all the chili you can eat. We will also have dessert and drinks. You can also enter your special chili, $25 each entry, to win $100. We are a nonprofit raising funds to help children in fos

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Fort Wayne, Friday Night Lights for the CrossFit Open (2/24): Every Friday night from February 24th until March 24th we will host the CrossFit Open workout at in heats starting at 5:15 pm until we are done. Happy hour and shenanigans will follow. See you there!

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Fort Wayne, Full Monty (3/4): Full Monty are a Detroit rock band drawing influence from many subgenres of punk and folk. Starting in 2014 as an acoustic solo project, we have since evolved into a three piece band, adding a high en

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Fort Wayne, Hats Off to Reading (2/25): PBS39 and your IPFW Bookstore invite you to a special Hats Off to Reading celebration! In honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday, join us for storytime, activities, prizes, and magic acts for the children.

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Fort Wayne, Heavens Gateway Drugs (3/3): Heaven’s Gateway Drugs is a counterculture cult rock band hailing from Fort Wayne, Indiana, a rust belt city best known for its abundance of churches and strip clubs. Despite being born in a location

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Fort Wayne, Just Us Girls Presents A City-Wide Musical (2/25): Glorify the Lord with me; let us exalt His name together. - Psalm 34:3. Come out and enjoy a night of praise, worship, and fellowship. Bring someone with you!!

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Fort Wayne, LOUD with J Tubbs and ETATE (2/23): YM3 Music Group LLC, also known as You Make Me Musick, is a subsidiary entertainment company of Crush House Entertainment which specializes in Artist Management, Music Production, DJ Services, and Eve

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Fort Wayne, Mamma Mia! (3/7): A mother, a daughter, three possible dads, and a trip down the aisle you'll never forget! Over 50 million people all around the world have fallen in love with the characters, the story and the music t

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Fort Wayne, Moments in Time: Reflecting on the Human Spirit Featuring the photographs of Elizabeth Opalinek (2/27 - 3/26): Photographic artist and educator Elizabeth Opalenik will showcase a variety of work that focuses on the human spirit. Her exhibition at IPFW will include work from her Amish series A Journey Home and

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Fort Wayne, NASA Region 5 Classical Concert feat. Dr. Kenneth Tse, saxophone (3/3): For the first time, the North American Saxophone Alliance (NASA) regional conference will be held on the campus of IPFW!For the opening concert, Dr. Kenneth Tse will be performing with the IPFW Sympho

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Fort Wayne, Pops: Pink Martini (3/4): Pink Martini draws inspiration from music all over the world, crossing multiple genres. Personifying the glamorous cocktail generation sensibility that has captivated audiences around the world, Pink

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Fort Wayne, RAW. Artwork from Kristy Jahn (2/25): Join us for a gallery opening of abstract romanticism by Kristy Jahn. Kristy's expressive art features a love story of heaven and earth unleashing truth and freedom. She uses acrylics and epoxy to mak

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Franklin, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (2/16 - 2/18): This new dramatization of C.S. Lewis’ classic, set in the land of Narnia, faithfully recreates the magic and mystery of Aslan, the great lion, his struggle with the White Witch, and the adventures of

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Friendship, Friendship Flea Market (6/10 - 6/18): Indiana's most unique flea market and antique show welcoming vendors and visitors since 1968. Almost 500 vendor spaces selling a wide array of merchandise and specialty foods. All blacktopped roads fo

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Gary, Cinema, Jazz and Conversation (2/23): The Gary International Black Film Festival presents the Mobile Art House Film Series. A pop up Art House film and discussion series that brings indie Black film to a neighborhood near you.

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Goshen, Wilsons Reservoir (3/4): Hailing from Goshen, IN, Wilson's Reservoir is driven by the experiences and travels of frontman Ben Wilson. Much like the reservoir created by Ben and his father during his youth, the band calls each

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Greencastle, Kodo: Dadan 2017 (2/24): Since Kodos' debut at the Berlin Festival in 1981, the group has given over 5,800 performances in 49 countries on five continents, exploring the limitless possibilities of the Japanese drum, the taiko

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Greencastle, Ladysmith Black Mambazo (3/5): For over fifty years, the voices of Ladysmith Black Mambazo have married the intricate rhythms and harmonies of theirnative South African musical traditions to the sounds and sentiments of Christian g

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Greenfield, Central Indiana Gun Show - Greenfield (2/25 - 2/26): Central Indiana Gun Shows features all of your gun related necessities with a variety of vendors: Pistols - Rifles - Shotguns - Ammunition - Knives - Accessories, and more!

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Greenfield, LINK Trivia Night (2/24): Leaders In Navigating Knowledge is excited to announce it will be hosting their Inaugural LINK Trivia Night “Trivia For Brighter Futures” Fundraiser at Ninestar Connect, 2243 East Main Street, Greenfi

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Huntingburg, HOLLAND KIWANIS ANNUAL GUN &KNIFE SHOW (2/18 - 2/19): ANNUAL EVENT 180 TABELS $40 PER TABELS AVAILABLE

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Indianapolis, 1994 IVCI Laureate Jaakko Kuusisto performs with Ronen Chamber Ensemble (2/27): Finnish violinist Jaakko Kuusisto joins pianist Chih-Yi Chen and Ronen Chamber Ensemble in concert.Jaakko Kuusisto, Finnish violinist and 1994 Laureate, joins pianist Chih-Yi Chen and the Ronen Chambe

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Indianapolis, 19th Annual Gospel Concert: Symphonic Praise! (2/19): The Symphonic Praise Choir again joins the Philharmonic Orchestra to blend the tradition of gospel and praise vocal music with the instruments of a full symphonic orchestra. The result is a concert o

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Indianapolis, 2017 American Advertising Awards (2/24): Join us Friday, February 24 from 6:30 to 11 p.m. at the Biltwell Event Center. Remember, this show rewards the best advertising, marketing and design in Indianapolis. Get your excuses ready.

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Indianapolis, 2017 Chrysler Performance Trade Show and Parts Swap Meet (3/4 - 3/5): All Chrysler Parts Swap Meet with over 200 vendors located in an Indoor Heated Arena with over 150,00 sq ft.

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Indianapolis, 2017 Indy Winter Farmers Market (1/14 - 4/29): It offers a wide variety of produce, meat, seafood, baked goods, small batch products and hot, prepared food.

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Indianapolis, 2017 Women in Business Retreat (2/16 - 2/17): Indy Chamber is excited to announce its 4th Annual Women in Business Retreat this February in Indianapolis.

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Indianapolis, A Chinese New Years Celebration and Family Festival (2/26): Peewinkle's Puppet Studio is proud to present “A Chinese New Year's Celebration & Family Festival Fundraiser” and Grand Opening for their new location at the Indiana State Museum!

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Indianapolis, A Collection of Bronze and Indiana Limestone, an art exhibit coming to Marian University (2/27 - 3/10): A Collection of Bronze and Indiana Limestone, featuring artwork created by Cheryl Lorance, will be on display in the Marian University Art Gallery located in the Michael A. Evans Center for Health Sci

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Indianapolis, A Place to Be: Art by Brinton Farrand, Tomas Howie & Matthew Sheek (3/3): Local artists Brinton Farrand, Tomas Howie and Matthew Sheek will present their collaborative exhibit “A Place to Be” at Fletcher Place Arts on Friday, March 3rd from 6-9 pm.

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Indianapolis, ABC Paint Party at Metazoa Brewing Co. (2/27): Enjoy an evening of painting with step by step instructions, music and prizes. Travis will show you how to paint "Day in the Life" at this 2 hour fun-filled event. Hope you can join us!

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Indianapolis, Action Jackson (2/28): Indianapolis born and raised, Action Jackson has been a mainstay in the Midwest DJ scene for over a decade, playing well over 200 shows in 2015. Specializing in genre bending mixes that span multiple

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Indianapolis, Ales From The Crypt, 2017 (2/18): Experience the awakening of four distinguished beers laid to rest, entombed in bourbon barrels deep within the crypt below Indiana City. Exclusive access to these rare beers is limited to only 140 bou

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Indianapolis, Alex Beyer Recital (2/23): American Pianists Association Classical Concert Series at Eskenazi Health is part of the Marianne Tobias Music Program and a key component of the American Pianists Association's community outreach eff

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Indianapolis, Among the Compromised (3/3): Hailing from Indiana, Among The Compromised is a Rock band infused with 90s Grunge, Soul, and Pop. Originally comprised as a duo of AJ Noblitt and Jared Wooten, ATC soon pulled in the vocal talents of

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Indianapolis, An Enchanting Evening in Vienna (2/18): Honorary Chairpersons Stephen and Elizabeth Taylor invite you to spend “An Enchanting Evening in Vienna” for music, waltzing and Viennese cuisine – a gala benefitting the Indianapolis Chamber Orchestr

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Indianapolis, An Evening of Vonnegut (3/2): Stop by WFYI’s Community Room from 6 to 8 pm for a free showing of the 2016 documentary A Writer’s Roots: Kurt Vonnegut’s Indianapolis. Following the film, as a special treat, Historian, Author, and R

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Indianapolis, An Evening with the Characters of Pride & Prejudice (2/16 - 2/18): Join Covenant Theatre for our winter musical February 16-18, at 7pm, at Chapel Rock Auditorium. The Jane Austen Lobby Experience opens at 5:30pm with characters from Austen's other books and interacti

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Indianapolis, Anything Goes (3/3 - 3/19): All aboard the S.S. American, where nightclub singer/evangelist Reno Sweeney is en route from New York to England in Cole Porter’s classic screwball comedy Anything Goes.

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Indianapolis, Art&Mac: An Evening at Roosters feat. Taylor Smiths New Polaroid Series (2/22): Art. Tapas. Craft Cider. Silent Auction. Great Cause. Come out for an intriguing evening of Art&Mac where Taylor Smith will be featuring her new Polaroid Series at Rooster’s Kitchen while helping to r

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Indianapolis, Astral Mass (2/25): The early 1970s was a magical time: Black Sabbath, Deep Purple, and Led Zepplin were all in their prime, and heavy metal continued to grow, expand, and reach a broader audience. Uriah Heep, Bloodrock,

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Indianapolis, Bad Suns (3/4): Bad Suns is an Indie-rock band hailing from Southern California, USA, melding 80s post-punk with Elvis Costello's melodic sensibilities to create their angst-ridden, hook-heavy indie rock.

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Indianapolis, Bicentennial Barn Quilt Auction and Fundraising Event (3/4): The highlight of this historic event will be the auction sale of the Bicentennial Barn Quilt, which was named the Outstanding Bicentennial Collaborative Project by Indiana Historical Society.

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Indianapolis, Black Maria (2/16 - 2/26): Hatton is an amoral, disgraced, and demoted police officer who will bribe, intimidate, and kill to accomplish his nefarious plan. The brief appearance of James Whitcomb Riley, the Columbia Club, and

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Indianapolis, Black Violin (2/18): Wil Baptiste (viola) and Kev Marcus (violin) are a string duo from Florida with equal footing in the worlds of classical music and hip-hop. Their groundbreaking collaboration has led them to play thei

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Indianapolis, Blue Dog Release Party (2/22): Round Town is excited to introduce a new beer! Blue Dog, an English Porter will be making its introduction in the tap room on February 22nd.

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Indianapolis, Boat, Sport, & Travel Show (2/17 - 2/24): From camping gear to extreme sports, the Indianapolis Boat, Sport & Travel Show has everything imaginable!

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Indianapolis, Broccoli Samurai (3/4): Since forming in the Rustbelt of Cleveland, OH in 2010, Broccoli Samurai has been taking the club and festival scene by storm. The band's synth-laden, drum and bass influenced, progressive electronica

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Indianapolis, Bryce Ernest Taylor (2/24): Bryce Ernest Taylor brings a fresh eclectic, insightful approach to songwriting and performance. A modern renaissance man, skilled in arts and technology, and a practicing psychologist, his passion fo

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Indianapolis, Carnaval 2017 (2/25): One of the most celebrated parties in the world, Brazil’s Carnaval is known for its grand scale, intense samba beat and the visual feast of colors, costumes, floats and dancers. This event will offer

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Indianapolis, Carnaval Brazil (2/25): Carnaval do Brazil is held annually at "The Pressroom" located in downtown Phoenix, Arizona! Experience a true Brazilian Carnaval-like Experience!

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Indianapolis, Celebration of Black History (2/28): The ISO honors the significant impact of African-American musicians on the cultural life of Indianapolis and the nation. IMPD Officer Christopher Wilburn will also accompany the ISO, singing with the

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Indianapolis, Clint Breeze and the Groove (3/3): Clint Breeze is the brain child of Indianapolis native and Hip Hop Producer, Carrington Clinton. With Jazz and Soul influenced sounds, Heavy drum compositions and with a balance of raw and catchy rhyt

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Indianapolis, Dennis Stroughmatt et lEsprit Creole (2/18): Fingers and bow flying, Dennis Stroughmatt takes listeners on a musical odyssey not so different from his own musical journeys into Upper Louisiana Creole culture.

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Indianapolis, Dinner: A Romance in Four Courses (2/26): Make reservations with NoExit Performance and Mesh on Mass Ave to witness a collaboration between performance and fine dining. The alternative Valentine’s Day event takes inspiration from the diverse

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Indianapolis, Doctor Smoke (2/25): Doctor Smoke was formed in 2012 and plays their own blend of heavy metal tied together by lyrical themes of horror and the supernatural.

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Indianapolis, Dogs: Faithful and True (3/3 - 3/4): Dogs: Faithful and True explores the enduring presence and contributions of dogs as companions, workers and heroes in Native American and Western cultures. In addition to art, photographs, artifacts a

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Indianapolis, Empowerment Luncheon 2017 (3/1): The Empowerment Luncheon, presented by Indy Telcom Center, highlights an Indianapolis leader whose self-determination leaves an impact on our community.

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Indianapolis, EPC Preschool Coop Open House (2/22): Come join us for our Open House to register your child for our play based preschool! 10:00am - 1:00pm AND 6:00pm - 8:00pm

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Indianapolis, Epiphyting: How to Mount an Orchid & Fern (2/25): Many orchids in nature are epiphytes, meaning they grow without soil. In this hands on workshop, learn to grow orchids in the air. IMA staff will explain which orchid varieties are best suited to the

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Indianapolis, Remarkable Women of Indiana: Women in Science (3/4): Join us as we celebrate women in science at the third annual Remarkable Women of Indiana. Remember the women who shaped the state of Indiana, and be inspired as we celebrate Women's History Month.

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Indianapolis, Remix Night With Cat Head Press (2/24): Remix The Symphony is inviting artists of all disciplines and experience levels to a Remix Night at Cat Head Press: Printshop and Artist Cooperative. Remixing isn’t just limited to musicians – we want

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Indianapolis, RHI Sports Program Spirit of Sport Breakfast (3/9): Please join us as a guest for the upcoming Spirit of Sport breakfast, a special event that supports the RHI Sports Program for persons with physical disabilities.

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Indianapolis, Ronen Chamber Ensemble (2/27): Ronen Chamber is a small wind and string ensemble that performs an intimate concert season at various venues in the Indianapolis area.

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Indianapolis, Shelby County Sinners (3/3): The Shelby County Sinners have gone from the small town band opening for national touring acts to the most sought after live act. The Shelby County Sinners draw in fans with their drummer-less style o

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Indianapolis, Shipwrecked but not Lost (2/24 - 2/25): In Shipwrecked but not Lost, Melita Carter navigates her audience through the tumultuous journey of fatherlessness, suicidal thoughts, and the loss of her childhood innocence in her formative years

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Indianapolis, Slaying the Dragon (3/9 - 3/19): What do you do when what you do is...done? Alexander Meander [Matthew Walls], a once heroic knight finds himself at the end of his career and living in the ever expanding Fairytalean Reservations with

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Indianapolis, Soul Whisperings (2/22): Listening is at the core of all relationships, even the one with ourselves. It is sometimes quiet like a breeze ruffling the leaves of a tree and it is sometimes loud as laughter bursts forth.

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Indianapolis, SPEAK: Voices from Indianapolis Black History (3/1): Back by popular demand, delve in to the history of Indianapolis' African-American community through the creative voices of spoken word. The evening showcases three local female artists – Gabby Patters

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Indianapolis, Stand Up For Your Forests: A Rally at the Statehouse (2/20): Join with citizens across the state as we converge on the State House to reshape the future of our forests! Your state forests are for your enjoyment…habitat for Indiana’s amazing biodiversity…storer

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Indianapolis, Stile Antico (3/2): Based in London, Stile Antico has performed at many of the world’s most prestigious venues and festivals. The group enjoys a particularly close association with the Wigmore Hall, and has appeared at t

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Indianapolis, Stile Antico concert (3/2): London-based vocal ensemble, Stile Antico, performs in Indianapolis for one night only - 7:00 p.m. Thursday, March 2nd - at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.

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Indianapolis, Strengths Finder Professional Development Workshop (2/24): This event is a strength-based team building workshop to help hone in and focus on your strengths.

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Indianapolis, Strikes for Stansfield (3/5): This is a family friendly event for all ages and will include a visit from Silly Safaris and Animals, raffle prizes, and door prizes. Entry fee includes 2 games and shoes.

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Indianapolis, Stuart Little (2/25 - 3/26): Everyone’s favorite mouse, Stuart Little, lives a happy life with his human family and his friend Margalo the bird—as long as he can avoid that sinister feline, Snowbell.

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Indianapolis, Tangos in Indy (2/19): Society of Friends of Colombia, SADCO and Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra are collaborating to bring the excitement of Latin American Symphonic Music to Central Indiana communities.

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Indianapolis, The Cay (1/28 - 2/26): Struggle and survival. Amid the dangers of World War II, a privileged young white boy and a resourceful old black man are marooned on a tiny island in the Caribbean.

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Indianapolis, The Dub Knight (2/26): Specializing in high energy bass music, The Dub Knight is a crime-fighting DJ extraordinaire, capable of commanding audiences and sending them into a dancing frenzy by combining elements of Hip-Hop, T

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Indianapolis, The Head and the Heart (2/23): In 2014, exhausted after four years of non-stop touring, the six members of the Head And The Heart pointed their individual compasses to new cities, new relationships and new adventures. Pianist Kenny

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Indianapolis, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (3/4): The RJA story goes back to 2003, actually much further back to when brothers Ronnie and Randy Winter first started playing on acoustic guitars their grandfather gave them, but we’ll skip the ‘they lea

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Indianapolis, The Right to Peaceful Assemblage: Robin Toulouse (3/3): The Full Circle Nine Gallery (FC9) is proud to announce Robin Toulouse, and her show, “The Right to Peaceful Assemblage” as the featured artist for the March IDADA First Friday Art Tour.

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Indianapolis, The Shaun T Experience (2/25): Indianapolis, are you ready for The Shaun T Experience? Get up close and personal with the creator of INSANITY, T25, INSANITY Max30, and Cize.

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Indianapolis, The Vagina Monologue 2017 (2/19): V-Day is a global activist movement to end violence against women and girls that raises funds and awareness through benefit productions of Playwright/Founder Eve Ensler’s award winning play “The Vagin

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Indianapolis, There Are Ghosts (3/3): Molded by 80's/90's college rock and alternative, we wear our influences well while creating modern noise-with-jangle indie pop.

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Indianapolis, Valentine Date Night Pop-Ups (2/17): Why buy cards and chocolates when you can share the experience of making romantic art? The Indianapolis Art Center invites you to slip into something more comfortable for a memorable evening of hands-

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Indianapolis, Veseria (2/25): Veseria is a 4-piece rock group with an engaging fusion of the raw power of classic rock and early punk beats. Then add in the lyrical and melodic tones of American folk music and discover a sound tha

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Indianapolis, Wife Patrol (3/3): Indianapolis, Indiana alt-rock trio Wife Patrol features Greg O’Neill (guitar, vocals), Natasha O’Neill (drums, vocals), and Nicole O’Neal (bass, vocals). Sifting through their influences of 90’s grun

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Indianapolis, Wild Adriatic (2/25): Rooted in the rowdy spirit of rock & roll, Wild Adriatic has built an international audience on a combination of groove, grit, and guitar-heavy swagger.

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Indianapolis, Withered (3/1): Tortured blackened doom/death metallers from Atlanta, Ga. established in 2003 to focus on masochistic introspection while traversing many sub-genres of extreme metal. Their 4th studio album is due fal

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Indianapolis, Women’s Bible Study (1/22 - 3/19): Each of us has a message to proclaim and live by: Because of Jesus the old has gone, the new has come.

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Indianapolis, WWETT Show (2/22 - 2/25): The WWETT Show – Water & Wastewater Equipment, Treatment & Transport – is the world’s largest annual trade show for environmental service professionals.

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Indianapolis, WWETT Show Booth 1301 T blustar (2/23 - 2/25): Come meet our Worldwide Team of Portable Toilet Experts & see RapidLoo - the portable toilet that can be assembled and disassembled in less than 2 minutes and uses no tools or rivets.

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Indianapolis, Family Promise Annual Meeting (2/28): We are pleased to invite anyone affiliated or interested in Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis and its hallmark Interfaith Hospitality Network program to our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, February 28

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Indianapolis, February FSAC Meeting (2/22): Please join us for our first meeting at the Hinge Bureau from 6pm - 7ish on Wednesday, Feb 22.

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Indianapolis, February Innovation Workshop: Journey Mapping as a way to Inspire Innovation (2/17): A customer journey map is a powerful tool. It provides a framework that enables you to improve your customer experience.

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Indianapolis, Fire and Ice 2017 (2/19): Join us Sunday, February 19th for the 7th Annual Fire and Ice dinner, benefitting Southeast Community Services. Santorini Greek Kitchen is welcoming us to their gorgeous event space: the Biltwell Even

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Indianapolis, Four Spirits (A Play) (2/24 - 3/4): Based on Naslund's critically acclaimed, national best-selling novel, also titled Four Spirits, the suspenseful play reverberates with the courage, commitment, and cooperation needed to create an enli

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Indianapolis, From Indian Lakes (3/4): "Sometimes you just gotta go straight to the elevator pitch: what if the xx came up on American Football instead of Aaliyah? Though his post-production methods put him within the scope of downtempo, m

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Indianapolis, GeoFest: The 15th Annual Indiana State Museum Fossil, Gem and Mineral Show (2/17 - 2/19): GeoFest “rocks” the Indiana State Museum as experts and vendors from all over the country come to the museum with fossils, rocks, minerals, jewelry and more!

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Indianapolis, Greg Rekus (3/7): Greg Rekus first hit the road as a solo artist in March 2011. Since then, he has played some of the greatest punk music festivals around, including The Fest, Pouzza Fest, and Groezrock Music Festival.

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Indianapolis, Gypsy Jazz at The Broken Beaker (2/22): Join us for the February Swing Dance Night at the Broken Beaker on Mass Ave with the Dianna Davis Gypsy Jazz Trio!

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Indianapolis, Gypsy Moonshine (3/3): Gypsy Moonshine is an eclectic, swirly, dreamy mix that will punch you in the face then take you on a sunset picnic.

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Indianapolis, Herencia: Latin -American Influence in Art (2/20 - 3/3): Herencia is an exhibition of works by local, regional, national, and international artists who’s work is influenced by their Latin-American heritage.

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Indianapolis, Hotel Garuda (3/2): Hotel Garuda, composed of DJ/producer duo Manila Killa & Candleweather, have epitomized the DIY culture of modern dance music. Scaling the online tastemaker world with an array of remixes and remakes,

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Indianapolis, Hyryder (2/24): Hyryder is a Grateful Dead Tribute Band formed in Indianapolis, Indiana in the summer of 2008 and currently consists of Charlie Morgan (lead guitar and vocals), Nick Neureiter (drums and vocals), Eric

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Indianapolis, If These Walls Could Tell: Haunting the Aisles: The Ghost of Fowler Theatre (2/24): The depression era dream of Dick Vlastos was to build a beautiful, state of the art movie theatre in Fowler Indiana. In 1940 his dream was realized and opening night he showed the film “His Girl Frida

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Indianapolis, Indiana Landmarks Volunteer Recruiting Session (2/18): If you want to know Indianapolis in a deeper way and help preserve and revitalize historic places, Indiana Landmarks needs you!Indiana Landmarks volunteers lead walking and motorcoach tours of Indiana

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Indianapolis, Indy Deer Turkey Waterfowl Expo (2/23 - 2/26): The Heroes Hunting Foundation is a Veteran operated state and federally registered Non-Profit 501(c)3 organization which gets formerly deployed Veterans out into the field to hunt as a form of therapy

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Indianapolis, Indy Fuel vs. Fort Wayne Komets (2/24): Come and watch the Indy Fuel vs. Fort Wayne Komets game on February 24th.

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Indianapolis, Indy Golf Expo (2/24 - 2/26): The Indy Golf Expo will feature clubs, gear, apparel, and equipment from top major manufacturers – all under one roof. Save the date and kick off the golf season with us.

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Indianapolis, Indy Healthy Food Access Challenge: Issue Prioritization Session (2/24): Food access in Indianapolis is a complex problem. Stop by and help us narrow our focus.

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Indianapolis, Indy Pies and Pints (2/24): Support Arts for Learning while sampling some of Indianapolis' best craft beer and artisan pizza.

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Indianapolis, Introduction to 3-D Printing (3/4 - 3/25): Learn the fundamentals of 3-D printing in Herron’s Think It Make It Lab with user-friendly software and extrusion/resin based 3-D printers. You will be introduced to the 3-D model making processes inc

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Indianapolis, Isreal Solomon at Art Bank (3/3): Influenced by graffiti art, comics, and abstract expressionism, Israel Solomon creates vibrant, colorful, geometric art in a variety of media. Israel’s expanded display will include a wide range of w

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Indianapolis, Jaw Gems (3/3): Jaw Gems, an electronic outfit from Portland, Maine, is a collective of young, experimental producers bringing beat-music – traditionally programmed and played on samplers – to a live band setting. Th

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Indianapolis, Jazz on the Avenue: Native Sun (2/28): This is Native Sun’s answer to the question of how Indianapolis came to be nicknamed Nap Town. All too often, Indy locals lose faith in the spirit of their city and insist it’s named so because it’s a

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Indianapolis, JD Eicher (3/6): “The music that I’m writing and releasing is really mirroring who I am and where I am at that time in my life. It’s easy to perform songs when they’re very true.” So says JD Eicher, the Youngstown, OH

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Indianapolis, Jean Anouilhs ANTIGONE (2/24 - 2/26): The themes of ANTIGONE continue to pulse through our time. Jean Anouilh’s adaptation of Sophocles’ play was first performed in Paris, 1942, part of Hitler’s Europe. Lewis Galantiere’s English translat

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Indianapolis, Jersey Boys (2/28 - 3/5): “Too good to be true!” raves the New York Post for Jersey Boys, the 2006 Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons: Frankie Valli, Bob Gau

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Indianapolis, Jessie & Amy (2/24): We bring different flavors of rock, blues, soul, and folk to the stage with a mixture of harmony and beats. We utilize our ability to play multiple instruments to make a two-girl band. Come out and ch

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Indianapolis, Jewish Rock Musician Dan Nichols in Concert (2/25): Dan Nichols is one of the most dynamic, influential and beloved Jewish musicians in North America. His melodies have become an integral part of the spiritual and liturgical experience of countless ind

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Indianapolis, Kathy Mattea (2/26): Kathy has gathered songs and stories of bravery, pride and grief that further define and describe the life and times of her home place. 2008’s Grammy nominated COAL was her first step to discovering t

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Indianapolis, Kyle Riabko: Bacharach Reimagined (2/25): "Heartthrob handsome Kyle Riabko searches out the emotional layers of the songs with impressive precision. [He's] terrific...Sheer musical talent." - The New York Times

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Indianapolis, kyra waltz (2/24): Kyra Waltz is an Indianapolis based singer/ songwriter. She writes songs from the heart to move your soul.

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Indianapolis, Labe`que Sisters (2/23): “The Labe`que Sisters are famous for their fiery, dramatic performances,” says the Seattle Times. This effervescent piano duo, which has delighted audiences the world over, comes to the Hilbert Circle

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Indianapolis, Ladies and Gentleman, Start Your Engines (2/24): Circle City Prep is excited to host our first major fundraiser Ladies and Gentlemen, Start Your Engines!

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Indianapolis, Leon Jett Memorial Lecture, Speaker: Ch. Didier Gondola, Ph.D. (2/18): Join Dr. Ch. Didier Gondola, Chair of the history department and Professor of African History and Africana Studies at IUPUI, for an exploration of how a generation of young men in Kinshasa, in what wa

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Indianapolis, Lettuce (2/22): For more than two decades, Lettuce have brought a new vitality to classic funk,matching their smooth and soulful grooves with a hip-hop-inspired urgency and mastery of beat. Now, on their fourth studi

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Indianapolis, Light and Shadow (2/24): No witnesses. No evidence. All that remains are the chilling photographs of the victims. How do you root out a killer? All you need is… LIGHT AND SHADOW

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Indianapolis, Lilly Collection of Orchids in Watercolor (1/6 - 7/9): Part of a larger celebration of orchids at the IMA, this exhibition features a selection of 30 orchid watercolors collected by Josiah K. Lilly.

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Indianapolis, Lily & Madeleine (2/25): Keep It Together is our third full length album and it’s a bit of a departure from our last two records. We arranged all the songs with our friends Kate Siefker (drums, percussion, synth, bass) and Sh

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Indianapolis, Liquid Signal (2/25): Liquid Signal was founded when Christian, Sam, and Nate all decided they wanted to make music together. Nate moved on and Kenadi entered. Adam followed suit. This is Liquid Signal.

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Indianapolis, LN Band Boosters Presents Mardi Gras Masquerade (2/28): Mardi Gras Masquerade Event -An fundraiser event to support the Lawrence North High School music program.

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Indianapolis, Maggie Rose (2/23): With super-sized vocals and genre-spanning songwriting chops that blur the lines between country, pop and rock, Maggie Rose has earned a loyal audience, both in her adopted hometown of Nashville and b

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Indianapolis, Mark Whitacre at RecycleForce (3/3): The Christian Business Men’s Connection in conjunction with RecycleForce and the Sagamore Institute will be hosting Mark Whitacre for a luncheon on March 3, 2017.

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Indianapolis, Matt Hectorne (2/24): Hectorne sings of whiskey and church altars in mellow tones, backed by a solid wall of guitars and drums. The formula is simple, as it should be, but also highly inviting. True to its name, Show Your

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Indianapolis, Meet the Photographer (3/5): Meet the Photographer is a chance to meet me Kenye Carew to discuss your Engagement and Wedding photography needs.

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Indianapolis, Midwest Reptile Show (2/26): Join us on February 26th for the Midwest Reptile Show.

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Indianapolis, Miguel Zenón (3/8): Multiple Grammy Nominee and Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow Miguel Zenón represents a select group of musicians who have masterfully balanced and blended the often contradictory poles of innovation an

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Indianapolis, Moxxie (3/3): Some may say that alt rock and grunge is a thing of the past, but with flannels flying off the hangers at your local Goodwill store and the recent explosion of emerging artists that pay homage to the

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Indianapolis, Museum by Moonlight (2/25): Join us for an extravaganza for adults of all ages (ages 21 and up)—Museum by Moonlight!

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Indianapolis, My Yellow Rickshaw Indy (2/24): My Yellow Rickshaw is by far the greatest Pop, Rock, Bluegrass, R & B cover band to ever come out of Indiana. They came from humble beginnings. All four members met when modeling in Europe and doing a

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Indianapolis, NABB at the Tasting Room!c (2/17): Join us, bring some snacks or order in some carry-out, and enjoy the high lonesome sound of #Bluegrass !

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Indianapolis, Orchid Basics Workshop (2/18): If you’ve been reluctant to grow your own orchids at home, this workshop is what you need to get started. Using plants from our orchid collection, Greenhouse staff will provide insights into watering,

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Indianapolis, Papadosio (3/3): Falling somewhere between rock, jazz and electronic mayhem we find space rock. This is a genre that is not readily defined, and is a state of mind as much as it could be considered a genre.

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Indianapolis, Partner Yoga and Massage (2/18): Join Chuck and Ahna as they guide you through movements that connect your bodies and minds. It can be quite a unique experience to bond with another as you move through the dance of yoga.

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Indianapolis, PechaKucha Returns! (2/23): Join us for the kickoff return of PechaKucha Nights in Indianapolis! The theme this month will be “Our Waterways” and will feature speakers from around Indianapolis who are engaged with the health of

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Indianapolis, Peewinkles Puppet Studio: A Chinese New Years Celebration & Family Festival (2/26): Peewinkle’s Puppet Studio is celebrating their 20th anniversary here in Indianapolis! Join us as we celebrate the timeless art of puppetry and its roots in China. Prepare for an Afternoon of Family Fu

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Indianapolis, Phillip Tennant Furniture Artisan Lecture: Sarah Marriage (2/27): Sarah Marriage is a Baltimore-based maker of fine furniture and other wooden objects. In 2016, she founded A Workshop of Our Own: a collaborative workshop for women-identifying furniture makers.

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Indianapolis, Pierre Bibault (2/23): The Indianapolis Society of the Classical Guitar and the IUPUI Department of Music and Arts Technology will present a concert by french guitarist Pierre Bibault featuring new works for classical and e

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Indianapolis, Plexfest: Industrial Benefit Tribute To Drew Perry (2/19): In tribute to Drew Perry, his friends and family present a concert performed by Electronic and Industrial artists who he enjoyed, most of whom he knew personally. Everyone involved in this event is do

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Indianapolis, Presidential Pets - Exhibit Grand Opening (3/9): Join us to celebrate some of America's favorite VIPs- as in Very Important Pets- at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site's newest exhibit, Presidential Pets. This is political yapping, catty behavi

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Indianapolis, Presidents Day: Live from Delaware Street (2/20): Tours on this day include the opportunity to interact with family members and household staff, whose roles are recreated by exceptional actors.

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Indianapolis, Psychic Fair Feb 25th & 26th (2/25 - 2/26): Psychic Fair February 25th & 26th. Saturday 12 pm to 8 pm and Sunday 12 pm to 4 pm. $5 admission and $10 for 15 minute readings (cash discount prices). Drawings every hour!

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Indianapolis, Puddins Potions Producer Launch (2/25): Are you interested in earning extra income this event is for you. Come out and enjoy testing High-Quality products, learn more about the entreprenerial vision being offered as a Puddin's Potions Prod

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Jeffersonville, Pasport to the Arts Fundraiser (2/25): The Jeffersonville Arts Alliance will be hosting their first annual fundraiser event February 25th, 2017 from 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm at 628 Michigan Avenue.

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Kokomo, Twiztid (2/22): Come to Kokomo Indiana and enjoy our FULL Venue with 2 Bars and a juice/soda bar. Pool tables. Video Bowling and Full kitchen.

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Kokomo, Olivia Mainville & The Aquatic Troupe (3/3): Of her own volition, Grand Rapids-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Olivia Mainville dove headfirst into the world of music as early as the fifth grade, when she had begun playing viol

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La Porte, Mardi Gras Murder Mystery (2/25): After you crack the case, come down to the Bistro to enjoy live music provided by the Bourbon Street Bistro House Blues Band.

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Lafayette, Sculpture Garden at the Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art : We invite you to come and take a walk through our new Sculpture Garden. The .2 mile wheelchair accessible path winds past 22 sculptures by Indiana artists. You'll find figural sculptures in bronze, f

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Lafayette, Spay-ghetti and No Meatballs (2/17): Join Almost Home for our annual Spay-ghetti and No Meatballs Dinner catered by Soverign Catering!

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Lafayette, On the Shoulders of Ancestors: the Art of Willis Bing Davis (1/4 - 3/19): A collaborative exhibition featured at both the Haan Museum and the Art Museum of Greater Lafayette. Willis "Bing" Davis grew up in a neighborhood where there was a sense of community, where everyo

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Lapel, Grease! The musical (2/16 - 2/19): Come see our most talented students in this year's production of Grease! Samantha Voegele and Evan Mosley play Danny and Sandy perfectly and the other talented cast members round out this amazing prod

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Merrillville, A Noteworthy Night 2017 (3/4): The Crown Point Music Booster's gala event to support all music education in Crown Point public schools. Join us for a night of entertainment, food and drink.

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Michigan City, 2nd Annual Murder Mystery Dinner Crime & PUN-sihment (2/25): Come and experience a 1920's murder mystery when things take a turn for the gutter at Mafia Don Lou Zar’s juice joint when someone is put on ice! The crowd is chock full of potential suspects.

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Michigan City, 3rd Annual Shelf Ice Brewfest (2/18): Michigan City Mainstreet Association's 3rd annual winter beer festival to be held outside in the heart of the Uptown Arts District in Michigan City, IN.

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Michigan City, Mission: Im Possible CAYA Bowl-a-thon (2/18): Family Advocates CAYA Bowl-a-thon, Mission I'm Possible.

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Middlebury, Das Dutchman Essenhaus Train show (2/19): Activities are held campus-wide in various locations with a complimentary shuttle service available to transfer guests across the facility. Come enjoy vendors, train repair and sales.

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Mitchell, Victoria Banks (3/4): “Life is painful and impossible and breathtaking and beautiful. I have to write what I feel.” That’s where Victoria Banks’ third album, Indigo, comes from. “These songs aren’t written to fit a genr

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Muncie, Cocaine Wolves (2/24): In an ideal world, The Cocaine Wolves would be your new favorite band. Of course in that world, Nickelback wouldn't exist, there would be a franchised Pizza King (of the East Central Indiana variety)

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New Harmony, Arts in Harmony Gala Auction (3/4): This Gala Auction provides the opportunity to bid on a variety of items provided by artists, musicians, and authors from the region.

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Noblesville, Noblesville Arts and Vintage Marketplace (2/25): Join amazing vendors, food trucks, music for a great day of vintage. Admission is $5 for adults.

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Notre Dame, CONTINUUM: The Art of Michael Dunbar in the Sculptural Tradition (1/29 - 3/5): Many contemporary sculptors emphasize their self-conscious break from the art of the past. In contrast, Michael Dunbar acknowledges roots and continuity with twentieth-century masters.

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Notre Dame, PICTORIALISM: The Fine Art of Photography (1/15 - 3/5): At the turn of the twentieth century serious artists began using photography for creative works of art.

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Portland, Steve Treviño Live! (2/24): Steve Treviño is fast becoming one of the countrys hottest comics and the new voice for the 21st century Mexican American. Finding his way from a Hispanic upbringing in a small South Texas town to li

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Rockville, 2017Parke County Maple Fair Rockville (2/25 - 3/5): Join us for the weekend of fun on February 25-26, 2017.

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Schererville, Leap Into the Arts 2017 (2/24): Since 2008, the Leap into the Arts gala has been a major fundraising event benefiting and showcasing youth vocal, dance, and orchestra organizations in Northwest Indiana.

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South Bend, 4th Annual Lips & Lingerie Show (2/17): It's officially here! The 1st show of 2017! Come hang out with your Rocky Horror South Bend Hot Patooties in a BRAND NEW venue!

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South Bend, Kennedys Kitchen (3/3): We are family and friends, gathering every Thursday evening for dinner, laughter, and music rooted in traditional Irish Music, jigs, reels, hornpipes, aires, recitations, stories, and songs . . . addi

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Terre Haute, ART - Presented by ISUs Department of Theater (2/22 - 2/26): A difference of perspective on relationships and postmodern art leaves a fifteen-year friendship teetering on the edge of disaster. Marc is left confused after Serge purchases an expensive plain-white

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Terre Haute, Say No To Snow 5k 2017 (2/25): Join us for the second annual Share Your Heart 5K and Family Fun Run and help support student scholarships! All proceeds from the race will go toward supporting Ivy Tech students through the Ivy Tech

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Urbana, Big Gigantic (2/28): Formed in 2008, Big Gigantic is an instrumental electronic, hip-hop, jazz musical group who are based out of Boulder, Colorado.

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Urbana, Siimba Liives Long (3/5): Siimba started rapping during grade school in Ethiopia. Inspired by the likes of everyone from Nas, 2 Pac, G Unit, The Fugees, DMX, and Outkast, he further honed his craft once back in the States at m

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Valparaiso, Valparaiso Gun and Knife Show (2/18 - 2/19): This Valparaiso gun show is held at Porter County Expo-Center and hosted by Dunes Rifle and Pistol Club of Indiana. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.

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Valparaiso, Foot Pursuit 5K Trail Race (3/4): Join us in our Foot Pursuit 5K Trail Race. Challenging wooded trail run with rolling hills, unpredictable weather, and fun times! One water station, Digital clock at the finish, Large amount of real f

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Vincennes, Bet on the Kids 2017 (2/25): Please plan to attend the annual Vincennes Education Foundation’s “Bet on the Kids” event on February 25, 2016.

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Vincennes, Wim Hof Method Basic Training Workshop (2/25): You will learn the basics of the Wim Hof Method from two of the first 27 certified American trainers.

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Vincennes, Murder Mystery (2/25): Are you a fan of true crime shows? Do you like to sink your teeth into a juicy mystery novel? Step inside that mystery novel and play an active role in a mystery theater.

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Warsaw, Coffee and Canvas Fundraiser (3/4): Join us for a fantastic time of fun and fellowship. Enjoy some coffee and cookies as Gabrielle Stephenson teaches us how to paint a 4x6 watercolor.

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West Lafayette, Cage the Elephant (3/4): Cage The Elephant are an alternative rock band from Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA, who formed in 2006. They are known for raucous live shows and eclectic alt. rock that takes influence from classic roc

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