The 100 Mile Ride
Presented by Amy Ford and Christine Flohr
Tues. Aug. 11 • 7 pm
Individual Sponsor: Visit Wabash County
The 6th Annual Wabash County Dam-to-Dam Century Ride is set to take place on September 13. Whether you want to join in on the ride or just learn about the journey, come listen to ride organizers Amy Ford and Christine Flohr present on the inspiration behind and popularity of one of Wabash County’s newest tourist attractions. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
"Dawn to Dusk"
Presented by Indiana Wesleyan University Performers
Tues. Aug. 18 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Dr. Melvin Frecker, Optometrist
Individual Sponsor: Bret & Sarah See
A quintet of Indiana Wesleyan University student and staff musicians bring their voices, instruments, and passion for music to the Honeywell House. The ensemble features Bryton J. Albright, tenor, Sarah Fadil, soprano, Joy Frecker, harp, Stephanie See, piano, and Jeremiah Strickler, baritone. Selected pieces by Bach, Gilbert and Sullivan, and more will take you on a musical journey from “dawn to dusk” all in one evening concert. This event is SOLD OUT.
Pirate Party Adventure
Sat. Aug. 22 • 11 am
Corporate Sponsor: Black Squirrel Toy Shop and Art Gallery
Ahoy, lads and lasses! The Honeywell House invites children to set sail on its back terrace for an outdoor pirate party adventure. Enjoy games, crafts, a treasure hunt, and a lunch fit for a pirate king. Be sure to wear your pirate garb! Cost is $15(includes lunch, craft projects, tax and gratuity). Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
Tastes on the Terrace
Wednesdays • September through mid-October • 5-8 pm
Corporate Sponsors: Rick & Nancy Fisher
Individual Sponsor: Richard Tucker
Come savor late summer and a touch of fall at the Honeywell House! Tastes on the Terrace is back by popular demand for its 5th season. On Wednesday evenings September through mid-October, the Honeywell House terrace will be open for outdoor dining. Weekly menus will be available on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/honeywellhouse.
Trade Secrets for the Table
Presented by Jerry Webster and David Baird
Thurs. Sept. 10 • 7 pm
Just in time for the holiday season! Jerry Webster and David Baird, owners of Websters Florist in Peru, will demonstrate how to decorate your dining table using items you may have in your cupboard or elsewhere. Space is limited for this hands-on workshop. Early RSVPs are highly encouraged. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
Four Wabash Guys and a Piano
Tues. Sept. 15 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: John Porterfield
The Honeywell House will showcase four local pianists in a concert of their favorite pieces. This all male line-up features musicians Rob Ford, an eighth grader at Wabash Middle School and piano student of Eileen Dye; Johnny Ritchie, a senior at Northfield and piano student of Peggy Coppler; Tim Young, pianist at Missionary Alliance Church; and Bob Yaggi, Production Manager of Campus Dining at Grace College and guest pianist at the Presbyterian Church. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
Mrs. Honeywell's Jewelry
Thurs. Sept. 17 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Bowers Jewelers - Huntington
Eugenia Honeywell’s personal style exuded her many charms -- and her exquisite choice of jewelry was no different. Come see a few of Mrs. Honeywell’s special pieces in real life as well as in historical photos and videos from the archives. Mrs. Honeywell’s granddaughter Eugenia Fulkerson, with the help of relatives Nikki Nixon and Virginia Nixon Servos, will display and discuss the Wabash style icon’s marvelous collection. Keeping with the theme of the evening, wear a vintage piece from your own jewelry box or bring a picture of your grandmother wearing a special piece. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
Doll Tea Party
Sat. Oct. 3 • 11 am
Bring your daughters, granddaughters, and their dolls for tea party fun at the Honeywell House! Custom child and 18-inch doll clothing from the Leslie Bee line will be available for a doll dress up session and fashion parade. Guests will also be treated to a fancy spread of tea cakes, sandwiches, fruit, and a variety of teas. Cost is $15 (includes lunch, craft projects, tax and gratuity). Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
Introduction to Calligraphy Series
Instructed by Tana Bondar
Wednesdays • Oct. 7 to Nov. 4 • 6-8 pm
Calligraphy is an art that is meditative and intensely rewarding. This 5-week, 2-hour per session course will introduce you to the art of writing beautifully. Begin by learning the italic alphabet, a few flourishes and build upon your skills each week with the end goal of addressing an envelope that will delight the recipient – just in time for your holiday mailing list! Instructor Tana Bondar, an accomplished calligraphic artist with over 30 years of experience, has worked for American Stationery and now freelances as a graphic designer. Cost for this workshop is $75. Space is limited for this hands-on series. Early RSVPs are highly encouraged. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
The Headless Horseman
Presented by Joel Froomkin
Thurs. Oct. 29 • 7 pm
Get into the Halloween spirit and be transported to Sleepy Hollow in an original production by director, actor, and all-around theater guru Joel Froomkin. Joel will delight and frighten guests with his one-man rendition of the legend of the Headless Horseman. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 1.
Halloween at the House
Sat. Oct. 31
Corporate Sponsor: Charley Creek Inn Ice Cream & Candy Shoppe
Bring your ghosts, goblins, and little angels to the Honeywell House on Halloween for a haunting and a treat! The House will be open during the City of Wabash’s official trick-or-treating hours.