April 13, 2013
Things are growing at the 17th Annual Hot Luck and Fiery Foods Marketplace, being held Friday, Saturday and Sunday, April 12, 13 & 14, at the Thomas Family Winery in Madison, Indiana. There will be big food events at the start and finish of the festival, plus an expanded area for cooking and other hot pepper demonstrations.
Needing some crafts to brighten up your home/office for the Spring and Summer? Have some crafts to sell? Check out the Spring Craft Show and Sale!
Saturday, April 13, 2013, the Donner Center is hosting the Spring Craft Show and Sale from 9:00 am until 3:00 pm. Admission is FREE to the public!
If you’re interested in purchasing a booth, register at Donner Center, over the phone (812)376-2680 or online. The fee is $29/space (one space has three 6ft tables and two chairs). The Donner center provides the tables, chairs and ads and you provide the items to sell. If you have too many items for one booth, buy another! Please indicate when registering the types of items to be sold and if you need electricity. No flea market/garage sale type items please.
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The Spring Concert will feature modern and contemporary works by several choreographers. Robert McFarland, formerly with the Louisville Ballet,is creating a work to the music of Phillip Glass. George Salinas, formerly with Dance Kalideoscope, is creating another cutting edge athletic piece. Amanda Lahti, formerly with the Louisville Ballet, is choregraphing two works for the upper level dancers. Joe Musiel , soon to be a graduate from the I.U. Modern Dance Program, is choreographing a duet for Gwen Klienhenz and Tori Prestel. Brooke Wyatt, formerly an outreach instructor with American Ballet Theatre, is working with twelve talented, younger dancers. Rounding out the first half of the concert will be “Two for Tom” by director, Alma Wiley.
Featured in the second half The Spring Concert will be “A Mixed-Up Fairy Tale Ballet.” Messy Matilda wanders into the Smiling Dog Costume Shoppe after a not so successful ballet class and then the magic begins. Matilda is excited to be chosen as the lead in several ballets, but the stories do not go as they should. After all Prince Charming resembles a wolf and there is a Fairy Godmother but there is also a Furry Godmother. There are monkeys in tutus, a mouse that is too big, and even a sewing machine that comes to life, So-in-Sew. In the end, the dance teacher finds her and she decides to work harder in class.
Tickets are $10.00 for students and $15.00 for general admission. Tickets purchased in advance are $9.00 and $14.00. Tickets are available in advance at Dancers Studio, Inc., kidscommons, and Donner Center.
The Seymour High School Renaissance program is sponsoring the Mr. SHS Pageant at Seymour High School on April 13 at 7:00 pm. Money raised from ticket sales with be used to fund student-centered events. Tickets are $5 at the door. Come out and cheer on your SHS Seniors!