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Were you aware that you may be required to hold auto insurance even if you do not own a car? Andrea Huston from Acceptance will guide a discussion around Insurance (Home, Auto & Life).
Featuring Coffee provided by Jeff Bradley’s Cat Coffee and Baked Goods from Mama LaDonna (Armstrong).
April 5, 2014
Join the Bartholomew County Historical Society for Bowties, Bustles & Bonnets on April 5th, at 6 p.m. at our new facility, the Haw Creek Heritage Center (111 Aiken Street, Hope, Indiana) for 170 years of fashion trends. From powdered wigs to wing tips and sleeve-puffs to shoulder pads, see how technology and social folkways are reflected in style and design throughout the decades in women’s, men’s, and children’s clothing. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres from historic recipes will be served while you discover high fashion from 1776-1946. Reservations are required and tickets can be purchased at the Bartholomew County History Center at 524 Third Street in Columbus, the Hope-Star Journal at 645 Harrison Street in Hope, at the Yellow Trail Museum at 644 Main Street in Hope. Tickets will become available in March and are $20 for the public, $15 for members, and $5 for children (Under 21). Group ticket pricing is available.
In conjunction with Hope’s Civil War Days and the Haw Creek Heritage Center’s Open House, a free preview of the show at 1 p.m. at the town square in Hope. Rain location will be at the library annex.
Saturday, April 5, 2014
4pm – 7pm
Hartsville United Methodist Church
175 N Jackson Street
Hartsville, IN 47244
Youth (5‐12) $4.00
Children under 4 Free
Seating will be available for those unable to climb stairs.
Proceeds to benefit Hope Food Bank and Harts & Hands Closet
For more information, please call 812‐343‐8648
Join the Bartholomew County Historical Society on April 5th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. as we celebrate the grand opening of the Haw Creek Heritage Center in Hope, IN. Come and explore the new exhibits, including a photo exhibition by Carla Clark; get a closer look at some never before seen treasures of our collection, try your hand at a heritage craft, shop in our new gift shop, hum along to some lively music, and savor complimentary refreshments. This event is free and open to the public. Additional free programming will be held on the Hope town square in conjunction with Hope Civil War Days. This program is made possible through support by the Hope Town Council. The Haw Creek Heritage Arts Center is at 111 Aiken Street in Hope.