August 22, 2013
Miller Chiropractic Clinic invites Teachers and School Staff to come and visit our clinic.
A $20 donation includes exam and x-rays. A value of over $500!
And as an appreciation gift to you enjoy a complimentary ion foot cleanse.
Miller Chiropractic Clinic
209 South State St
North Vernon, IN
The Columbus Area Arts Council is pleased to announce Meltdown: Iron Pour & Glass Forming Workshops. The Iron Pour will be held from 4:00 PM to 10:00 PM on Saturday, August 24. The Glass Forming workshops will be held from noon to 7:00 PM on Friday, August 23 and from 11:00 AM to 2:00 PM on Saturday, August 24. Both events will be held in the Columbus Arts District near Jacksson Contemporary Art at 1030 Jackson Street.
One of the most popular aspects of the iron pour is the opportunity for community members to create their own piece of art using “scratch blocks.” The blocks are made of sand that is held together with resin. Participants can carve a design into the sand which will be cast in iron at the Saturday night iron pour. Scratch blocks are now available for purchase by calling the Arts Council at 812-376-2539. The cost is $25 per block with a limit of two per household. At the time of this press release only two spaces were available for the glass forming workshops.
Tools and instructions on carving the blocks will be given at workshops, which are conducted by Chicago-based artist Jim Brenner and a group of ten national artists working in metal sculpture. The workshops will be held from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM on Wednesday, August 21; Thursday, August 22; and Friday, August 23.
As an extension of Columbus Area Arts Council’s Meltdown: Iron Pour & Glass Forming Workshops, Jacksson Contemporary Art will feature the work of artists working with metal, stone, and glass. 3D works from artists associated with the iron pour and glass forming workshops, as well as other invited artists, will be featured in the exhibit, entitled Out of the Earth: metal, stone, and glass. The show opens on August 2 and runs through August 24. Jacksson Contemporary Art is located at 1030 Jackson Street, Columbus.
Meltdown: Iron Pour and Glass Forming Workshops is being held in conjunction with ArtFEST. Now in its fourth year, ArtFEST is a popular annual art festival that features the work of local and regional fine artists and artisans. Organized and produced by Columbus-based artist Bob Anderson, 120 booths will line Washington Street from Third to Fifth, and Fourth Street from Jackson to Franklin streets in the heart of the Columbus Arts District. ArtFEST hours are from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM on Saturday, August 24. The Columbus Indiana Philharmonic Brass Ensemble will perform a wide variety of music on the corner of Franklin and Washington Streets from 3:00 PM to 4:15 PM during ArtFEST. Musical selections will include pops, classics, Dixieland, and Big Band Jazz.
Visitors to Meltdown and ArtFEST will also be able to view three other art exhibits on August 23 and 24. YuYu Columbus a community collaborative art project featuring Boston-based artist Mark Cooper will be on display at Indiana University Center for Art+Design (IUCA+D) through September 12. Daren Pitts Redman’s art quilts will be on display at Mill Race Center. Columbus Museum of Art and Design will feature a photographic retrospective by Jonathan Wilson at the Gallery at Hotel Indigo through September 30. While diverse and eclectic in subject matter, Wilson’s work attempts to showcase his singular viewpoint and approach to art and humanity.
The Columbus Area Arts Council is a public, not-for-profit corporation supported by private donations, the City of Columbus, the State of Indiana through the Indiana Arts Commission, and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Upholding the Swiss Wine Festival tradition, gates will open on Thursday, August 22 at 5:00 pm with the Little Swiss Polka Dancers performing at 6:00 pm. Hours of practice by local youths had been undertaken to bring together this traditional aspect of the Swiss Wine Festival entertainment.
Festivities begin on Saturday morning at 10:00am with the Bicentennial Grand Festival Parade in downtown Vevay. Marching bands, floats, and local and visitors line the streets of Main Street to kick-off the celebration Switzerland County-style, this year paying homage to the Vevay-Switzerland County 200th birthday.
Entry into the festival and parking is free on Thursday only and $5 per day on Friday-Saturday with children 5-12 years for $3. Youths under age five are free. Sunday admission is $4 for adults and $2 for youths 5-12. Youths under age five are free.
Festival times are Thursday, August 22 from 5-10pm; Friday, August, 23 from 3pm-2am; Saturday, Aug. 24 from 10:30am-2am; and Sun., Aug. 25-10:30am-6:30pm. There is a small parking fee.
The Wine Pavilion is closed on Thursday, but is open Friday, 3-10pm, Saturday, 11am-10pm, and Sun. noon-5:00pm. The $15 per person admission fee includes wine samples and a souvenir wine glass. The Beer Garden opens Thursday for Happy Hour from 5:00pm-10pm and will reopen Friday from 3:00pm-2am; Saturday 11am-2am; and Sunday, 11am-6pm.
Additional activities, performers, and events can be found on the Swiss Wine Festival website at http://www.swisswinefestival.org, (812) 427-9463 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations for riverboat cruises can be made by calling 1-800-435-5688. Information on lodging, local businesses and tourist activities can be found at http://www.switzcotourism.com, by calling Switzerland County Tourism at (812) 427-3237 or e-mailing email@example.com.
One day in 1957, when Jeff Daly was 6 years old, his little sister, Molly, disappeared. Every night at dinner, he would ask his parents the same question, “Where’s Molly?” Every night, he says, he received the same answer: “Stop asking about Molly.” Decades later, Daly learned that his parents had sent Molly to a state institution prior to her third birthday. Nearly 50 years later, Daly found his sister and made Where’s Molly? about his search. This film is part of the Scenes of Inclusion Disability Film Series sponsored by the Arc of Bartholomew County.