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Thursday, April 26, 2018
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 11:00 AM
There are multiple community activities scheduled for this week to celebrate Arbor Day, which is Friday. 
As part of an effort to nurture an attractive and well-managed urban forest canopy in our community, the Crawfordsville Main Street Tree Committee organized some local activities to celebrate 2018 Earth Week/National Arbor Day
Partners: City of Crawfordsville, Carnegie Museum/CDPL, Crawfordsville Community Schools, Crawfordsville Storm Water, Park & Recreation Dept, Lew Wallace Study & Museum, Davidson’s Greenhouse.
The first event is not open to the public, but will involve four Evergreens being donated by Crawfordsville Main Street to the Park and Recreation Department. It’s anticipated that they will be relocated to Lincoln Park on East Wabash Avenue. 
Four more events are open to the public. 
Question of the Week:

The U.S. Senate race for Hoosiers has more mud being thrown around than a tractor pull on a rainy day. When it comes times to vote, which way are you leaning?


 

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Bean Supper at 12:00 AM on 4/7/2018
Start Time: 4/7/2018 12:00:00 AM
Location: Alamo, IN
End Time: 4/21/2018 12:00:00 AM
The Ripley Twp. Vol. Fire Dept. in Alamo is having their Annual Bean Supper on April 21, 2018. They will be serving: Ham and Beans, Cornbread, Fried Potatoes, Salads and Desserts from 5:30 P.M. til ?
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Bean Supper at 12:00 AM on 4/7/2018
Start Time: 4/7/2018 12:00:00 AM
Location: Alamo, IN
End Time: 4/21/2018 12:00:00 AM
The Ripley Twp. Vol. Fire Dept. in Alamo is having their Annual Bean Supper on April 21, 2018. They will be serving: Ham and Beans, Cornbread, Fried Potatoes, Salads and Desserts from 5:30 P.M. til ?
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EXHIBIT: Hoosier Women Artists: Works Selected for the Statehouse at 1:00 PM on 4/7/2018
Start Time: 4/7/2018 1:00:00 PM
Location: Haan Mansion Museum of Indiana Art
920 E. State St.
Lafayette, IN 47905
End Time: 4/7/2018 4:00:00 PM
Telephone: 765-742-6449
Email: info@haanmuseum.org
Website: http://haanmuseum.org/index.aspx
Artwork chosen for an exhibit at the Indiana Statehouse show the variety of talents of current Indiana women artists. They will be joined by a variety of 3-dimensional works by Hoosier women artists from the Haan Museum’s permanent collection. Admission: $10 for adults; $5 for ages 5-17. Find more details at www.haanmuseum.org.
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Yoga Instructor (RYT-500) at 5:30 PM on 4/5/2018
Start Time: 4/5/2018 5:30:00 PM
Location: 2886 US Highway 231 S
Crawfordsville, IN 47933
End Time: 8/30/2018 7:00:00 PM
Telephone: 317-752-7078
Email: quest4balancejw@gmail.com
Website: https://questforbalanceyoga.com/
New "Hatha Align" yoga class starts at Quest for Balance on Thursday, April 5. Class meets weekly on Thursdays from 5:30-6:45pm. Class taught by recently-returned Montgomery County native, Gretchen Graham Lightfoot (RYT-500).
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Lecture: The 1925 Ben-Hur: Epic End to an Era at 7:00 PM on 4/26/2018
Start Time: 4/26/2018 7:00:00 PM
Location: 200 Wallace Avenue
Crawfordsville, AL 47933
End Time: 4/26/2018 8:00:00 PM
Telephone: 7653625769
Email: lpaarlberg@ben-hur.com
Website: https://www.ben-hur.com/event/park-day-civil-war-trust-event/?instance_id=239
Ben-Hur expert Dr. Howard Miller, professor emeritus from the University of Texas at Austin, will visit the General Lew Wallace Study & Museum on Thursday, April 24, to deliver a lecture on the 1925 silent Ben-Hur. The 1925 cinematic adaptation of Lew Wallace’s Ben-Hur marked the end of two eras. MGM’s colossal production epitomized and culminated the tradition of spectacular silent epics. Additionally, the film came at the end of almost six decades in which Wallace’s “Tale of the Christ” was never far from the center of American religious life and popular culture. When MGM remade Ben-Hur in 1959, it would have to, in effect, re-introduce the General’s novel to America.
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