September 5, 2014
HAPPY TRAILS…FOR A GOOD CAUSE
How about a weekend with good friends, a good horse, and beautiful trails at a premier horse campground near Lake Monroe and the Hoosier National Forest? This charity trail ride includes meals in the dining hall, stalls for your horses, a live band and silent and live auctions to raise funds for therapeutic riding programs in Indiana. September 5-7 at Midwest Trail Ride, Norman, IN. To register: http://www.midwesttrailride.com/.
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How about a weekend with good friends, a good horse, and beautiful trails at a premier horse campground? All your meals will be prepared for you, and there will be a live band and silent and live auctions to raise funds for therapeutic riding and equine-assisted therapy programs in Indiana.
All this can be yours at the charity trail ride co-sponsored by the Indiana Quarter Horse Association and Midwest Trail Ride horse campground from Friday, September 5 through Sunday, September 7 — the weekend after Labor Day. The campground is located near Lake Monroe and the Hoosier National Forest.
Approximately 175 people have attended this ride each year over the past 17 years, creating a great tradition of fun and lots of support for therapeutic riding. Welcome social and ride on your own on Friday, dinner and silent auction, lunch-on-the-trail ride on Saturday with dinner and live auction on Saturday night, and ride on your own and church, if you like, on Sunday morning. As a special treat this year, Justin the Artistic Horse will demonstrate his talent for painting late Saturday afternoon, assisted by his able human ‘manager’, Adonna Combs.
Prints of two of Justin’s paintings are being donated to the auction on Saturday night, along with terrific items from retailers who support the ride and new and gently used items brought by ride participants who support this good cause.
For more information and to register, go to:
http://www.midwesttrailride.com, click on “Events” and then look for “AQHA Weekend”.
No camping equipment? Midwest Trail Ride has air-conditioned cabins that sleep four.
No horse but want to hang out with your friends? Come as a guest for dinner and dancing on Saturday night or call ahead to Midwest Trail Ride; they may be able to provide a horse if arrangements are made in advance.
Centered on the artist-in-residence projects that Indianapolis-based collective We Are City has facilitated since 2012, [EXPORT] shares the group’s city engagement efforts with a new audience in Columbus.[EXPORT] is curated by Laura Holzman, Public Scholar of Curatorial Practices and Visual Art at IUPUI. It features work by Oliver Blank, Jace Clayton, William “Zoe” FitzGerald, James A. Reeves, Rocío Rodríguez Salceda, and Matthew Skjonsberg. [EXPORT] will be on display at the IU Center for Art + Design (IUCA+D) from Friday, September 5 through Wednesday, October 1. Gallery hours are from 1-5pm Tuesdays through Saturdays.
Please join us in the Old National Bank at 501 Washington Street for hamburgers, hot dogs and other picnic items!
Please also consider joining us for “Banking ONBlood!” The American Red Cross will be on site to help take your donations of blood. Every donor may join in the customer appreciation cook out and be placed in drawing for a $50 Visa gift card. Please call Old National Bank to set up a time to donate.
Opening reception for the We Are City [EXPORT] exhibition on Friday, September 5, from 6 – 8pm at the Indiana University Center for Art+Design in Columbus.
The IU Center for Art+Design is pleased to present [EXPORT] an exhibition centered on the artist-in-residence projects facilitated by the Indianapolis based collective We Are City. [EXPORT] will be on view at the IUCA+D gallery in Columbus from September 5 through October 1, 2014.
How can you understand your city more deeply? [EXPORT] shows how six internationally active artists, in conversation with Indianapolis residents, answered that question. Featuring these artists’ visual, audio, linguistic, and material responses to their time in the city, as well as other documentation of We Are City activities, [EXPORT] shares their engagement efforts with Columbus.
[EXPORT] features work by Oliver Blank, Jace Clayton, William Zoe FitzGerald, James Reeves, Rocio Salceda, and Matthew Skjonsbergand is guest curated by Laura Holzman, Public Scholar of Curatorial Practices and Visual Art at IUPUI.
The exhibit is free and open to the public Tuesdays through Saturdays from 1pm – 5pm
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