April 24, 2014
New York Times bestselling author and nationally syndicated radio talk show host, Dave Ramsey, teams up with his daughter, Rachel Cruze, for their new book, Smart Money Smart Kids. Launching April 22, Smart Money Smart Kids offers a parent and adult child’s perspective on raising money-smart kids in a debt-filled world.
Community members are invited to participate in a discussion of alternatives for the renovation and reuse of The Crump Theatre at a public meeting Thursday, April 24 at the Cal Brand Meeting Room in City Hall. This is the second opportunity for the public to hear alternatives researched and provide feedback regarding the future of The Crump.
The meeting will feature a presentation by The Crump Theatre consultants Jones & Phillips Associates Inc., time for comments and questions, a table model display of the Crump Theatre, wall posters of five Crump site options that include the pros and cons of each, and a means for each member of the public to express his or her preferred option.
“We are carefully considering restoring this treasured community asset to its former grandeur and exploring its potential to become a multi-purpose performing arts facility,” Mayor Kristen Brown said. “I encourage all community members to attend to learn more and provide their feedback on the possibilities for The Crump and performing arts in Columbus.”
Mayor Brown and members of the Crump Feasibility Study Steering Committee will be attending the meeting. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Thursday with site options on the walls available for public review. The presentation starts at 5:30 p.m.
The Analysis of the Crump Feasibility Report and the consultants’ presentation can be viewed on the Columbus Redevelopment Commission’s website.
- See more at: http://www.columbus.in.gov/news/public-feedback-sought-on-options-for-the-crump-theatre/#sthash.hhipb96F.dpuf
April 25, 2014 – April 26, 2014
April 26, 2014
Animals are an important part of any farm. They give us food and clothing, they protect us and even help with chores. We’ll learn all about the furry and feathered friends on the farm and make some animal crafts too. Which animal will be your favorite? Our Saturday Samplers are monthly family friendly workshops catered towards small children.
Voted ‘Best Local Band in Nashville’ by the Tennessean, the classically trained women of Harpeth Rising bring an exciting and distinctively new sound to Americana music on violin, banjo, cello, foot percussion, and powerful, three-part vocals. Their latest album, ‘Tales from Jackson Bridge,’ remains true to Harpeth Rising’s folk, bluegrass, country, and classical roots throughout, while it expands on their blues and rock influences and adds in some new flavors such as Texas Swing and Gypsy Jazz. The album has already been named No. 6 on the Folk DJ Charts, in the Top Fifteen on the EuroAmericana Charts, Americana Radio Top Five Most Added List, the Roots Music Report’s Top Forty, Alternate Root’s Top Ten Songs of the Week, and Amazon’s Top Twenty Hot New Releases in Roots Rock. Reservations are encouraged at http://www.BrownCountyPlayhouse.org.
May 2, 2014 – May 3, 2014
Sleeping Beauty will be brought to life by ArtReach at Old National Bank’s First Fridays for Families on Friday, May 2 at 6:00 PM in The Commons. All First Fridays for Families programs are free thanks to the generous financial support of Old National Bank. Additional funding for this program is provided by the Custer, Nugent, and Teegarden Foundations.
Originally published by Charles Perrault in 1697, Sleeping Beauty tells the story of a princess who is cursed to 100 years of sleep by pricking her finger on an enchanted spindle. Although protected by her fairy godmother, will anyone be able to save her? Young and old will enjoy ArtReach’s enchanting adaptation.
Sponsored by Old National Bank, First Fridays for Families is a free arts program that focuses on enriching the lives of pre-kindergarten through third grade children by highlighting the performing arts. All First Fridays for Families programs begin at 6:00 PM on the first Friday of each month from November through April and are held in the Nugent Custer Performance Hall in The Commons in downtown Columbus.
For further information about First Fridays for Families or any other Arts Council programs, visit www.artsincolumbus.org or call 812-376-2539.
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.
The Chordlighter Barbershop Chorus presents their annual Cabaret on Friday May 2nd at the National Guard Armory in Franklin. For information or tickets, please, call 317- 882- 5187