Tastes on the Terrace
Wednesdays • August thru September • 5-8 pm
Corporate Sponsors: Rick & Nancy Fisher and INGUARD
Individual Sponsor: Richard Tucker
Tastes on the Terrace returns for fall. Join us outdoors for refreshments prepared by Honeywell House chef and manager David Ericsson and his team. Their menu will include items such as pizza, shrimp cocktail, drinks, and more.
Violinist Kristin Westover & Pianist Mary Rose Norell
Thurs. Sept. 4 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Tiede, Metz & Downs
Kristin Westover is a full-time violinist from the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and performs throughout the region with the quartet A440 Strings. Kristin will be accompanied by Dr. Mary Rose Norell, a piano soloist with the Fort Wayne Philharmonic and the Elkart and Manchester Symphonies. The program will feature sonatas by Beethoven and Grieg as well as a few solo piano works. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Mission Work in Ghana
Tues. Sept. 23 at 7 pm
Corporate Sponsors: Investment Center at Crossroads Bank
Kale and Emily Sparling and family are living in Ghana, West Africa, where they and three other couples are changing lives by making affordable transportation available to the poor. The couple will talk about their life in Ghana, the culture, and their work. Through their company, VYTRAK, Kale and Emily hope to make a difference in the lives of the local people and be a witness for the USA and their faith. Make your reservations today by calling 260.563.2326 ext. 21.
Young Pianists in Concert
Tues. Sept. 30 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: John Porterfield
Treat yourself to an evening of piano music from some of our finest young, local talent. Advanced students of Peggy Coppler, Eileen Dye, Carolyn Eppley, Minda Lehman, Kris Stephens, and Judy Ward will present an evening of their favorite piano pieces. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Songs of Nature and Love
Tues. Oct. 14 • 7 pm
Individual Sponsor: John and Ana Gackenheimer
Doctors Thomas and Vicki King currently reside in Bloomington, but their professional music careers have taken them all over the world. Dr. Thomas King is an experienced opera singer, professor of voice, and artistic director. Dr. Vickie King is a professor, author and lecturer on “playing the piano naturally.” The duo will combine their high-caliber musical talents featuring pieces by Schumann, Strauss, Gershwin, and more. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
“The Raven” and other Spooky Stories
Wed. Oct. 29 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Ford Meter Box Company, Inc.
Wabash Readers' Theater will present a dramatic reading of Edgar Allan Poe's "The Raven" and other selections from American literature that evoke the mystery of the Hallowed Evening. Join us as we explore the spirits and emotions of Halloween though great literary works in the quiet elegance of one of Wabash’s most serene locales. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Halloween at the House
Fri. Oct. 31
Corporate Sponsor: CVS Pharmacy
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.
Ken Waldman: Alaska's Fiddling Poet
Thurs. Nov. 6 • 7 pm
Ken Waldman combines original poetry with Alaskan storytelling and traditional Appalachian fiddling. A musician as well as a former professor of creative writing, Ken shares his talents with others as a visiting artist and has been to over 200 schools in 32 states. Having led workshops from Alaska to Maine, Ken is currently touring local schools as a part of The Honeywell Foundation’s Educational Outreach Program. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Top Shelf Barbershop Quartet
Thurs. Nov. 13 • 7 pm
Corporate Sponsor: Dorais Chevrolet
Individual Sponsor: Hal and Rosemary Job
The Top Shelf Barbershop Quartet features the vocal stylings of Gary Texeria, Logan Horn, Lamar Horn, and Tony Millspaugh. Although known for their singing valentines and local performances, the group members are serious contenders in the world of competitive barbershop. Performing favorites from the American Songbook, the sound and charm of Top Shelf’s a cappella crooning is sure to make anyone swoon. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Holiday Open House
Sun. Nov. 23 • 1-3 pm
Celebrate the holiday season with this annual Open House featuring music performed by the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Association - Wabash Unit. The public is invited to enjoy light refreshments and stroll through the House while it’s decked out for Christmas. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
A Christmas Revue
Tues. Dec. 2 • 7 pm
Individual Sponsor: Sam and Linda Watkins
Peru High School’s premier, audition-only swing choir will wow you with a performance that features Christmas tunes, classical and pop music, and everything in between. Under the direction of Dr. Jason Gornto, the group’s tight vocal harmonies and diverse choreography make for quality entertainment. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Floral Arranging Workshop
Sat. Dec. 6 • 9 am
Corporate Sponsor: Crossroads Bank
A popular Honeywell House tradition! Jennifer Love George of Love Bug Floral will instruct guests on creating a seasonal arrangement. The workshop is $25 and covers all materials. Reservations are required. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
An Art Lesson with Bruce Langton
Thurs. Dec. 11 • 7 pm
Known internationally for his unique style and ability to capture a variety of scenes, Bruce Langton is considered a premier contemporary artist. Having illustrated books, collector’s plates, and over 100 limited edition prints and etchings, Bruce has carved a name for himself in art history. Guests of this interactive lecture will be treated to a drawing lesson by the artist himself. Bruce is featured at the Honeywell House as a part of The Honeywell Center’s Educational Outreach Program. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.
Mark Honeywell’s Birthday Dinner
Sat. Jan. 17 • 6 pm
Celebrate the 140th birthday of Mark Honeywell with food, music, and merriment. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar from 6 to 7 pm and a three-course meal beginning at 7 pm. The cost is $45 and includes tax and gratuity. Expect details and more information to follow on the Honeywell House website. Make your reservations today by calling (260)563-2326 ext. 21.