March 14, 2013
Lauren Pelon presents this concert which celebrates music written by, or for, women. Crossing the boundaries of time, distance and culture, Pelon sings and plays approximately 25 ancient and modern instruments – some of which were traditionally played by women, some forbidden to women. She melds her own original compositions with her arrangements of music from ancient Greece, medieval Europe, and contemporary Africa, America and Estonia. She performs on lute, lyre, hurdy-gurdy, recorders, pennywhistles, various flutes, and other instruments. Sponsored by the Bartholomew County Library Associates.
An exciting day for high school juniors, seniors & their parents to experience Ivy Tech, meet advisors, faculty, current students, and learn more about opportunities at Ivy Tech Community College, Columbus/Franklin. There will be a free lunch, and a chance to win scholarships, an I-Pad mini, and other great prizes! The event is free! Please register at www.ivytech.edu/columbus/march
Meet with other writers in the county, share ideas and learn!
Ralph Guentzel, an associate professor of history at Franklin College, will speak about his recently published book Continue reading