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CCA October Feature Show —“Fall for Art”

October 1 - 31
CCA October Feature Show —“Fall for Art” A new member show featuring Ingrid Craft (pottery) , Heidi Mandich (jewelry)  and Kristin Whitney (painter) will be in the feature gallery.  Come meet the artists on Oct. 3 from 5-8 pm Their work will be in the feature gallery from Oct. 1-31.

Crouching Tigers at FUNdamentals Southeast

October 7 - December 16
Crouching Tigers is a mindful martial arts program that is dedicated to the social and emotional development of children ages 2 to 7. With a no contact curriculum expertly designed to build resilience and confidence through individual achievement, Crouching Tigers students explore 8 styles of martial arts. Through the use of stories, animal characters, life-skills and awareness activities, each 30 minute lesson prepares children for board breaking ceremonies at the end of each semester. 9:30-10- 2-3 year olds 10:30-11- 4-7…

Adult Learn-to-Swim Lessons

October 20 @ 7:15 PM - November 12 @ 8:00 PM
The Indy Aquatic Masters adult aquatic program is dedicated to helping swimmers of all ages and abilities incorporate healthier lifestyles through swimming. And, we believe it’s never too early OR TOO LATE to start swimming. At IAM, we provide an inspiring atmosphere that combines camaraderie, fun, and motivation. The IAM Adult Learn-to-Swim Fall 2014 Program will take place from October 20 – November 12. The program consists of 8 lessons taking place over a 4-week period. All classes take place…

Golda’s Balcony

October 24 @ 7:00 PM - November 8 @ 7:00 PM
By William Gibson William Gibson’s look at the personal and public life of legendary world leader Golda Meir, and the idealism, power and strength it took to shape the destiny of a nation. From an impoverished childhood in Russia to Prime Minister of Israel, Golda Meir’s life is filled with mystery and breathtaking drama. This intimate and compelling one-woman show invites you into the heart and mind of one of the 20th Century’s great leaders.   October 24-November 8, 2014…

Overcoming Violence Through Love

November 1 @ 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
A free talk on finding ways to heal violence in our  families and in our community WHY:  “Acts of violence are preventable through dialogue and prayer,” says Maryl Walters, a lecturer and practitioner of Christian Science healing.  “The love of God brings peace to ourselves and to our communities.”  WHAT:  Discover how the power of love can diminish crime, bullying, and gang activity Explore ideas for bringing safety and security to your community Learn how the power of Love can heal…

Nuvo Great Indiana Beer Bracket tasting at Chumleys

November 1 @ 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM
The Great Indiana Beer Bracket Final Four Showdown takes place on Saturday, November 1 at Chumley’s Pub in Broad Ripple from 2-5 p.m. Day Drinker (early bird) ticket options are available until midnight on Thursday, October 30. A portion of the proceeds of this event go to Movember Indy.

15th Year Anniversary Block Party for Innovative Technologies

November 5 @ 4:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Please join us in celebrating 15 Years of Exceptional Service to consumers and our local businesses to Greenwood and the surrounding areas. Happy Jack Hot dog truck will be in attendance to supply some yummy free food! We will also have games and giveaways! If you are a business owner please bring additional business cards to the event so we may display them for patrons that come into our store that may be in need of your services. (if you…

Fort Benjamin’s Blossoms Garden Club Mtg and Presentation

November 6 @ 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
Tree Stewards Carrie Tauscher, Urban Forestry Specialist, DNR

Street Scene

November 7 @ 7:00 PM - November 9 @ 9:30 PM
LC’s fall play based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Elmer Rice, set in early 20th century New York.

The Oaklandon Civic Theatre Celebrates its 10th Anniversary with its Fall Production: Making a Killing By John Nassivera

November 7 @ 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM
In September 2004, Oaklandon Civic Theatre opened its doors with John Nassivera’s comedy mystery, “Making a Killing.” Now, ten years later, three of the original four cast members are bringing the play back to the stage to celebrate OCT’s anniversary.   For those who missed “Making a Killing” the first time – A Broadway playwright, his conniving producer and his actress wife hatch a plot to guarantee their new play will be a success – they fake the playwright’s suicide…
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