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Artz Daze returns with Indian kite-making

In the third installment of the popular, internationally focused series Artz Daze, participants can stop by The Commons from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday to make kites made from recycled newspaper.

The craft project, inspired by local crafts of India, is free and open to all ages. You’ll find the Artz Daze booths set up in the 300 block of Washington Street.

For more information, call 812-376-2539 or visit

Aug. 1

Honor Armstrong at From the Earth to the Moon

Honor a true triumph of a man 7 p.m. Friday as the Bartholomew County Public Library presents “From the Earth to the Moon,” celebrating the 45th anniversary of Apollo 11.

Neil Armstrong stepped down from the ladder of a lunar module July 20, 1969, and stepped into the annals of history. Speaking on the significance of the moon landing will be Greg McCauley and Dave Hudson, who worked as NASA contractors at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston during the Apollo 15 and 16 missions.

The free event will be in the library’s Red Room, 536 Fifth St. Commemorative Apollo 11 photos will be available for free at the program.

Sept. 6

Drinks, music to benefit

volunteer fire department

Tickets are available for Beyond the Brunch XI, a dinner event featuring live music that benefits the Harrison Township Volunteer Fire Co.

Featuring local band 40 Years of College performing classic rock, Beyond the Brunch is set for 6:30 p.m. Sept. 6 at the Harrison Lake County Club.

Tickets are $45 in advance or $50 the day of the event and are available through Folger’s Four Seasons Florist, Viewpoint Books and through Harrison Township Volunteer Fire Company board members.

Information: 812-350-1718 or email

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