Easter Egg Hunt
Sat. April 4 - 12:30 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Modoc’s Market
After enjoying Bunny Bash at the Charley Creek Gardens, bring your Easter basket to the Honeywell House lawn for an Easter Egg Hunt. There will be a prize awarded those who find the “Golden Eggs.” The Easter Bunny will greet guests!
In the case of inclement weather, the eggs will be dispersed at The Honeywell Foundation’s Bunny Bash Festivities at Charley Creek Gardens.
The Dog with the Doughnut-Shaped Tail with Bob & Peggy McCallen, and Penny French-Deal
Thurs. April 16 • 7 pm
Kids and families alike are welcome to come hear a tale about a dog with a doughnut-shaped tail – and enjoy a doughnut or two as well! Peggy McCallen, active in many aspects of the local community, can now add author to her list of accomplishments. Peggy’s children’s book “The Dog With the Doughnut Shaped Tail” features the artwork of award-winning Indiana artist Penny French-Deal. This talented duo will read the stories they’ve penned together and Peggy’s husband Bob will also tell about the team’s book publishing experiences. Books will be available for purchase and signing. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326.
The Scott Chamber Players
Part of the Gourmet Dinner and Chamber Music Series
Tues. April 28 at 6 pm
Sponsored by: Douglas C. Lehman P.C. and Minda Lehman
Violinist Lisa Scott, violist Beverly Scott, cellist Perry Scott, and pianist/harpsichordist Sylvia Patterson-Scott have
performed together for over 30 years and lend their individual talents to the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra. Menu: cranberry avocado salad with white balsamic vinaigrette, maple sesame glazed salmon, quinoa and corn pilaf with pine nuts, sauteed pattypan squash, strawberry shortcake.
Single show tickets $55. (Includes concert, dinner, tax and gratuity.)
Tastes on the Terrace
Wednesdays • May through June & September through mid-October • 5-8 pm
Corporate Sponsors: Rick & Nancy Fisher
Individual Sponsor: Richard Tucker
Come savor spring, 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 May through June and 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.
Yesterday's Elegance: Informal Appraisals by Parker Cutler
Tues. May 5 • 7 pm
Calling all antique lovers! Park Cutler, proprietor of Peru’s antique store Yesterday’s Elegance, is scheduled to make a stop at the Honeywell House. Park, who specializes in glass, china, and silver antiquities, will display a few precious items from his collection and take a look at your own treasures as well. For this program, guests are invited to bring two to three loved antiques of their own to be informally appraised by Mr. Cutler. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326.
Bad Guys of the Bard, Presented by Joel Froomkin
Tues. May 12 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Beacon Trust Services
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 baddies. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326.
Violinist Aaron Smith
Tues. May 26 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Tiede Metz & Downs, P.C.
Individual Sponsor: Wayne & Linda Barkey
Wabash native and musical virtuoso Aaron Smith will bring his talents back to his hometown. A graduate of Northfield High School, Aaron is set to graduate from the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music this spring with majors in music composition and viola performance. In this performance, Aaron will present a viola recital which will include pieces of his own. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326.
Cindy and Jim Lambrecht: Tokyo, Travel, and Typhoons
Thurs. June 11 • 7 pm
Individual Sponsor: Larry and Anne Curless
Come and hear the latest adventures of Jim and Cindy (Curless) Lambrecht. During the summer of 2014, the couple traveled to Tokyo, Japan for their third teaching residency in five years to conduct the Musashino Academia Musicae Wind Ensemble. This presentation will feature many photos, great stories, and even video excerpts of the final concert from the beautiful Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall. Join us for an enjoyable evening of music, touring, and the culture of Japan. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326.
Wabash Community Band: An Outdoor Concert
Sun. June 14 • 2 pm
Individual Sponsor: Art Conner
Bring your chairs and blankets to enjoy warm summer breezes and light-hearted tunes as the Wabash Community Band performs a Sunday concert on the lawn at the Honeywell House. Established in 1992, now under the direction of Bob Urbani, the 40-member Wabash Community Band plays a variety of genres of music and performs throughout Wabash County. Membership is open to all music enthusiasts who play an instrument and are looking for a musical outlet. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326.
Easy Listening by Josie Wade (Vocalist) and Richard Elliot (Pianist)
Tues. June 16 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: INGUARD
Individual Sponsor: Mike & Angie Beauchamp
Josie Wade, a vocal soloist well-known in the Wabash area, also lends her talents to big band era musicians in Fort Myers, Florida during the winter months. Richard Elliot, a Marion native, now works as Director of Music at the Wabash Presbyterian Church and performs with various organizations in the community. Josie and Richard have recently collaborated as a duo in a number of local events and will be performing a variety of easy listening music for guests to enjoy. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326.