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Mrs. Honeywell’s Birthday Tea and Hat Show

Thurs. July 24 • 11:30 am
Corporate Sponsor: Marelli’s Bloom Boutique

Come celebrate what would be Mrs. Honeywell’s 118th birthday with a 'Low Tea' luncheon of savory tea sandwiches, sweets and pastries, and a selection of teas. Following the tea, Nancy Moore, whose handmade hats have been featured in several local theater productions, will treat attendees to a hat fashion show and a presentation on hat-making. Total cost for the luncheon is $25 including tax and gratuity. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.

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Jazz on the Lawn - featuring Nickel Plate Jazz Orchestra

Fri. August 1 • 7 pm Lawn opens at 5 pm
Lead Sponsors: First Merchants Bank and Lundquist Appraisal & Real Estate

Spend a summer evening outdoors listening to the lively sounds of jazz! Our fourth annual Jazz on the Lawn will feature the Fishers-based Nickel Plate Jazz Orchestra, with opening act Adrienne Frailey.

Nickel Plate Jazz will please the crowd with a variety of big band favorites, golden standards, cross-genre fusion and more. The soulful singer-songwriter Adrienne Frailey will take the stage from 6 to 6:45 pm to kick off the event.

Don’t forget your blanket or chairs! Concessions will offer your favorite grilled items, light appetizers, and drinks.
Guests may bring their own food and non-alcoholic beverages. In accordance with Indiana State Law, alcohol may not be carried into the event.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for youth through high school. Entry is free for children 2 years and younger. A reserved table of 8 with a welcome basket is $250.  Regular tickets are available at the Honeywell Center Box Office or online.  Please call 260.563.1102 to reserve a table.

 

 

The Martha Jones Program Presents Amanda Butterbaugh

Sun. August 3 • 2 pm
In the Honeywell Center's Honeywell Room

The 2014 Martha Jones Memorial Program will feature Wabash-born actor and singer Amanda Butterbaugh. Amanda, a graduate of Wabash High School, was actively Involved in local performing arts programs in her youth and moved on to pursue a professional acting career on the stage. For this performance, Amanda Butterbaugh will present the original theatrical performance piece 'Dare to Speak,' penned with her late friend and fellow actor Mary Anne O'Brien. In 'Dare to Speak,' Amanda becomes the early feminist icon Elizabeth Cady Stanton. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.

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A440 Strings

Thurs. Sept. 4 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Tiede, Metz, & Downs

Violinists Kristin Westover and Pablo Vasquez, violist Anna Ross, and cellist Gena Taylor make up the string quartet A440. This talented ensemble has performed together for many years at events throughout the region, and each musician has played with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic. This performance will feature all different styles of stringed music, with some selections arranged by the group. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.

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Bad Guys of The Bard - Presented by Joel Froomkin

POSTPONED
Individual Sponsor: Richard Tucker

A celebration of the fiendish, fickle and foul characters created by Shakespeare. With anecdotes, trivia and his signature wit, Joel Froomkin of New Huntington Theater will bring to life Richard III, Puck, Falstaff and a myriad of other beloved baddies. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.

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