Concerts on the Canal • The American College of Sports Medicine presents
“Concerts on the Canal,” where you can come and enjoy music every Thursday
night for a good portion of the summer. | When: Every Thursday now until June 25. Show times vary. | Where: The American College of Sports Medicine | Cost: Free; reserved seating $30 for table of 4; $40 for table of 8 | Info: Call 232-1882.
Between Guitar and Flute with the Noteworthy Duo • Please enjoy the sweet
sounds of Lisa Schroeder and Michael Nigro as they perfectly harmonize
their flute and guitar. | When: May 30 at 2 p.m. | Where: The Central
Library | Cost: Free | Info: Call 275-4100.
Russian Nights • Carlo Rizzi, Music Director of the Welsh National Opera,
will join the stage with the Indianapolis Symphonic Choir for a once in a
lifetime performance of Borodin, Prokofiev and Tchaikovsky. | When: May 29
at 8 p.m. and May 30 at 5:30 p.m. | Where: The Indianapolis Symphonic
Choir | Cost: $16 – $55 | Info: Call 368-4300.
The Porter-Griffin Papers • The papers hold the key to studying American political and social history and this collection will prove just that. It includes business records, political correspondence and other legal and personal papers of the Porter family daughters and their descendants from 1845-1940. | When: May 28 from 9 – 10 a.m. | Where: The Indiana State Library | Cost: Free | Info: Call 232-3675.
Fireside Chats with Hoosier History Live • Adults are invited to lounge around the fireplace and listen to the “Hoosier History Live” broadcast with Nelson Price. | When: May 30 at 11:30 p.m. | Where: The Central Library | Cost: Free | Info: Call 275-4100.
Book Discussion • Adults are invited to partake in this month’s book discussion, “The Reader” written by Bernard Schlink. In this novel, you follow the life of Michael Berg, who after serving in World War II, realizes that the woman who found him, nursed him back to health and later would become his lover, was really illiterate and a possible Nazi war criminal. | When: June 2 at 6 p.m. | Where: The Indianapolis Marion County Public Library | Cost: Free | Info: Call 275-4100.
VBS • Risen Lord Lutheran Church is now enrolling for it’s “Discovery Canyon: Explore the Wonders of the Word!” Vacation Bible School for kids in preschool – sixth grade. | When: Enrollment is now underway. VBS will run July 19 – 23 | Where: Risen Lord Lutheran Church | Cost: Free | Info: Call 535-6727.
A Spiritual Praise Marathon • The Indianapolis based “For God So Loved the World Ministries” will be holding at 12 hour long “Spiritual Praise Marathon” to raise money for the homeless. There will be games, the play “Forreal,” a ballroom fellowship and a string of performers including Krash Krew, Rodnie Bryant and the McCrackin Sisters. | When: May 30 beginning at 12 p.m. | Where: Madame Walker Theatre Center | Cost: $25 donation in advance and $30 at the door | Info: Call 359-1294.
Indy Indians • The Indianapolis Indians will try their hand at bat against the Pawtucket Red Sox in a glove to glove battle. | When: May 29, 30, June 1. Start times varies.| Where: Victory Field | Cost: $8 – $13 | Info: Call
Southside Swimming Tsunami • Kids only have to be able to swim 25 yards to qualify for this south side swim team. | When: Starting June 1 | Where: Perry Meridian High School | Info: Call Heze Clark at 831-2124.
FringeFriday • FringeFriday happens on the last Friday of each month and features special performances by current and past IndyFrienge actors, skits, live music and so much more. | When: May 29 at 5:30 p.m. | Where: The IndyFringe Festival | Cost: Free | Info: Log on www.indyfringe.com.
Summer Tea • Enjoy some new company as you sip your afternoon tea, munch
of scones and other petite desserts every Tuesday at the Propylaeum. | When: Every Tuesday starting June 2 from 3 – 5 p.m. | Where: The
Propylaeum | Cost: $14.95 adults, $9.95 children | Info: Reservations can be made by calling 638-7881.
PTDC • The Perry Township Democrat Club will be hosting their next meeting
with the focus on “Adopt a Ward” and to identify the next Precinct Chairman and Vice-Precinct Chairman. | When: May 28; refreshments at 6:30 p.m., meeting at 7 p.m. | Where: Communication Workers Local 4900, 1130 E. Epler Ave.
Rite of Spring • David Hochoy has reworked Stravinsky’s once deemed
“scandalous” ballet and made his own, focusing on many of the sacrifices
that Americans are forced to make in today’s world. | When: June 4 – 7.
Show times vary. | Where: Dance Kaleidoscope | Info: Call 635-5252.
Rupert’s Kids Hog Roast and Motorcycle Ride • The Beech Grove Fraternal Order of Eagles and Rupert Boneham, the bearded competitor from “Survivor Pearl Islands”, will host the 2nd Annual Motorcycle Ride and Hog Roast for Boneham’s Indianapolis children’s charity Rupert’s Kids. | When: June 7, beginning at 8 a.m. | Where: Beech Grove Aerie, 712 Main St. | Info: The event is open to the public. The $20 registration fee per person includes a T-shirt, pin and entry into the Ride and Hog Roast. Registration will begin at 8 a.m. and the ride starts at 10 a.m. At 4 p.m. the hog roast will be served. A silent auction and 50/50 raffle will be held throughout the day.
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