Baseball Umpire, Dave Switzer
Thurs. March 13 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: First Merchants Bank
With more than 25 years experience as a baseball umpire, as well as being an instructor and author, Dave will present a lecture showcasing the highlights of his career behind home plate. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Pysanky Egg Demonstration - Presented by Jane Willmert
Tues. April 1 • 7 pm
Pysanky is an ancient Ukrainian form of decorating raw eggs. The pattern is created with a wax-resist method called “batik”. The designs are "written" in hot wax with a stylus or a pin-head. Jane will share information about patterns, colors, and the process of making a Pysanka, as well as demonstrate the method. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
The Japanese Meaning of Kissako (喫茶去) and More - Presented by Leslie Butterbaugh
Tues. April 8 • 7 pm
Individual Sponsor: Hayley Beauchamp
“Kissako” translated means “Why don’t we have a cup of tea?” Enjoy a taste of traditional Japanese tea while Wabash native Leslie Butterbaugh shares her experiences living, working, and learning in Japan. For three years, Leslie worked as an English teacher for the Hiroshima Prefecture Board of Education and also seriously studied the nearly 600 year-old Japanese art known as “The Way of Tea.” Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Pianist Gary Grimes
Thurs. May 8 • 3 pm & 7 pm
Gary Grimes, a pianist who played with the original Gaither Trio during the mid 1970s, will perform a concert including classical selections, music from the Broadway theater, film scores, 50s & 60s rock and roll, big band selections, and sacred music. Grimes will incorporate comedy and audience participation throughout his performance and will play on both the Honeywell House grand piano and his own digital piano with built-in speakers and sound system. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Honeywell Center Vocal Impact Youth Choir
Tues. May 13 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Indiana American Water
Directed by creator Emily France, the Honeywell Center Vocal Impact Youth Choir is a free choir for children ages 7 to 18 which strives to teach children to impact the world around them one voice at a time. Utilizing music, the choir focuses on forming a sense of self-worth, confidence and success through discipline, commitment and determination. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Bad Guys of The Bard - Presented by Joel Froomkin
Thurs. May 22 • 7 pm
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.