Friday, Jan. 18
Golden Age euchre, 11:30 a.m., Union Hall, 29th Street and Madison Avenue, Anderson.
Saturday, Jan. 19
Mainstage Theatre “Star Night,” 5 p.m., Central Christian Church Fellowship Hall, 923 Jackson St., Anderson.
Animal tracking techniques workshop at Mounds State Park, 1 p.m., Visitors Center, Anderson.
Donkey Basketball, 7 p.m., Pendleton Heights High School, gym. Sponsored by FFA Boosters.
Sunday, Jan. 20
United Way Family Movie Series, “The Dark Knight Rises,” 4:30 p.m., Paramount Theatre, 1124 Meridian Plaza, Anderson.
Zumbathon to benefit The Benjie Fund, 3 to 5 p.m., former Sears store at Mounds Mall, Anderson. Childcare provided.
Benefit Christian concert and chicken and noodle dinner for Van Green, a four-year-old battling brain cancer, dinner is 4 to 5:30 p.m. and concert 6 to 8 p.m., The Bridge Church behind Mounds Mall, Anderson.
Friday, Jan. 18
Auction teaches in business, farming
After 10 years of 4-H, saying goodbye to his animals has become a simple matter for McKennon Heald. But he said he wouldn't be surprised to see some tears from some of the younger participants. He's been there.
Colts fans come from all over Indiana for training camp
Under bright skies and mild temperatures, Indianapolis Colts fans turned out in droves to witness the first of this year's public practices during training camp at Anderson University's campus on Thursday.
Review: Musical takes you back to being '13'
Wanting to kill your mom and pining for a Wonderbra are typical desires young teenage girls have, but that just scratches the surface of the relatable themes in Mainstage Theatre’s production of “13: The Musical.”
Live music: July 25
Live entertainment at local venues as published in the Friday edition of The Herald Bulletin.
Showmanship competition reveals best handler
With a tug here, a push there, and gentle directional tapping with a small aluminum stick, Savannah Martin of Summitville won Wednesday's Supreme Showman trophy after four rounds directing swine, sheep, goats and steers through various handling exercises.
- Work starts at sunrise at 4-H Fair With the skies filled with lightning and the threat of rain on the horizon the Madison County 4-H Fairgrounds was mostly vacant at 6 a.m. Wednesday.
- Pagano breakfast sold out A breakfast with Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano is sold out, organizers said Wednesday.
- The 'fairest food of all' Rides along the midway and 4-H animals may be a big draw for the county fair, but there's plenty of food people look forward to and indulge in during the Madison County 4-H Fair.
Beef, dairy entries handle the heat
For some 4-H'ers in the beef and dairy shows at the Madison County 4-H Fair, one cow can be a handful. Then there's Jeron Mason who was just one cow short of a literal handful.
- Cornerstone celebrating summer session Join Cornerstone staff and students as they celebrate their summer session.
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