Free bluegrass concert is Wednesday night
ANDERSON — A free bluegrass concert featuring Cumberland Gap will be held at 6 p.m. Wednesday at 5 Crown Ministries, 218 N. Harrison St., Alexandria.
There will also be an open mic for local musical talent.
For more information call Adam at 425-2219.
Girl Scout cookie rally Saturday
DALEVILLE — More than 60 Girl Scouts from kindergartners to high school seniors will participate in a Girl Scout cookie rally from 9 a.m., to noon Saturday to help kick-off the scout’s cookie program.
During the rally, which will be held at the Daleville Service Center, 13555 W. CR. 550 S., girls will participate in crafts, learn cookie safety, and sample cookies.
Black history exhibit will be in downtown
ANDERSON — On Wednesday, Jan. 16, the Madison County Historical Society will open a free exhibit dedicated to “Black History Month,” an annual national observance in remembrance of important people and events in the history of the African Diaspora. The exhibit will also feature a Celebration of the Legacy of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
The exhibit, located at 11 W. 11th St., downtown Anderson, will be open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday until the closing on Wednesday, Feb. 20.
AHS Class of ’47 meeting Thursday
ANDERSON — The Anderson High School Class of 1947 will have its January luncheon on Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at Perkins Restaurant on Scatterfield Road.
All class members and friends are invited.
Cello quartet to perform at Emens
MUNCIE — The Rastrelli Cello Quartet will be performing on Tuesday, January 22, at 7:30 p.m. at Emens Auditorium, Ball State University. A singularly unique ensemble, the Rastrelli Cello Quartet has been thrilling audiences with their renderings of non-traditional programming since 2002. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased at www.ticketmaster.com or at the Emens Auditorium Box Office at 765-285-1539.
Magazine features recruit school
INDIANAPOLIS — Outdoor Indiana magazine’s January-February issue takes you inside DNR’s Law Enforcement’s Recruit School.
The school is a 16-week weeding-out process during which recruits undergo four weeks of military-style basic training and 12 weeks of field training with a supervising officer.
Outdoor Indiana is available now at most DNR properties and Barnes & Noble stores in Indiana.
To subscribe online or read excerpts, go to OutdoorIndiana.org. Subscriptions can also be purchased by calling (317) 233-3046.
Artisan show set for April 5-7
INDIANAPOLIS — The Indiana Artisan Marketplace will be April 5-7 at the Indiana State Fairgrounds. For information go to www.IndianaArtisan.org.
Free bluegrass concert is Wednesday night
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