Madagasgar 3 will be playing this Saturday night, with activities starting at 8:30, at Westview Elementary school. And next Saturday night?….see for yourself below:
Drew Hastings at 4th Floor Blues Club Saturday February 19th, 7pm
Standing 6’6” tall, and clad in a well-tailored suit and trademark black horn-rimmed glasses, Drew Hastings is a commanding presence onstage, as he launches into a study of the human condition. Hastings’ trademark comedy is both hilarious and self-deprecating. He believes we are our own worst enemy.
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Let me be clear: For one price, you get to gorge yourself on the best wood-oven pizza you’ve ever tasted. Not just one style, but all of them.
Now, if you’ve been to J&J and ordered one of their pizzas, and you’re like me, just one of them is enough to make you mad. Eating the last slice is akin to the kind of sorrow felt when losing a best friend. Or at least, stepping on a lego really hard in the middle of the night.
Trust me, you don’t want to go there!
On January 19th, there will be no arbitrary restrictions on the kind of pizza you devour. And you’ll hear no excuses like “We can’t MAKE a 28 inch pizza in our oven, Jack!” Or “Please stop eating the PICTURES of pizza on the menu, Jack!”
(Ok, maybe one of those only really applies to me, but you get the point.)
Extravaganzas are a bit more than just a “quaint evening out.” You don’t use 5 syllable words to describe such a heavenly event accompanied by great local wines and/or Big Dawg beer …and a freakin’ singing fireman!
This is serious, Wayne County! Get your calendar out and circle January 19th (6:30 pm-10:00 pm). Really, just sharpie out the whole day and draw stars and Unicorns by the date. This is an event you won’t want to miss!
It will be $15.95 (includes tax) for pizza extravaganza. All you can eat and salad and bread stix bar.
Questions? Contact J&J here.
Join the party at the 4th Floor Blues Club and enjoy an Italian Buffet from Maria Mitriones Italian Market, Party Favors, a champagne toast, and live music with Gil Puckett and the Jonny Hazard Band. Doors open at 7pm. (Must be 21 to enter)
4th Floor Blues Club
923 N E St
Richmond, IN 47374
Monday, December 31, 2012 at 7:00 PM (PST)
Tickets are $25! (Order Tickets Here)
This was an exceptional year for activities in Wayne County for kids of all ages and adults. Whether you participated in the zombie walk to support a local non profit, the many activities provided by the Richmond Parks Department, or visited the Wayne County Museum, choices for spooky experiences abounded.
The pictures in this article only cover a small portion of the activities, including trick or treat in Wayne County. If you have pictures you would like to post of parties or costume contests in the area, please share.
More pictures will also be available on our Facebook page: GoWayneCounty.
Coming soon…a lineup of holiday events this season. Please share any holiday events that you would like posted on our events calendar.
Looking for something to do tonight and tomorrow night with family and friends? Check out these two opportunities brought to you by the Richmond Parks Department. Both are free. Both are fun. And both are on nice cool nights. Bring a blanket or chairs and enjoy live music tonight and a movie tomorrow night. (Donations for the Puss & Boots movie will go to support HELP the Animals)
Who says the kids get to have all the fun? Come support the Richmond High School Student Council at the 5th Annual Platinum Prom. This social event, for citizens age 60 and over, will take place on Saturday, April 14, from 6:30 – 9 p.m. at Richmond High School’s Cafeteria, 380 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond.
Dancing will begin with live music played by local favorites, The Rush County Big Band, a group of 14-20 current and former educators from Central Indiana. Other activities will include bingo, prizes, a queen and king contest and refreshments.
This elegant event will provide an opportunity for the younger and older generations to dance, mingle and learn from each other, in a festive party atmosphere. Many Richmond High School students have been attending ballroom dance lessons to prepare for the event. The theme for this year’s prom will be “In the Mood.”
Attendees are encourages to dress in semi-formal to formal attire. This event is FREE. Come with or without a partner. Each guest will receive a complimentary corsage and coffee mug. Seniors of all levels of mobility are welcome.
Those wishing to attend should call and register with the Richmond High School Parent Center 973-3239 or the RHS Alumni Association Office at 973-3338.
“Show up, do a great job and give the people more than their money’s worth”
— Max Weinberg
The Earlham Artist and Lecture Series is excited to present The Jazz and Percussion Festival featuring Max Weinberg and the Earlham Jazz Ensemble and Rhythm Project on Saturday, March 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the Civic Hall Performing Arts Center.
Max Weinberg, the man the New York Times called “the rhythmic backbone of Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band” is one of the most visible drummers of the rock era, having played thousands of concerts in arenas and stadiums all over the world. He continued to entertain audiences for 17 years both as a featured performer in comedy sketches and as the leader of what Tom Shales called “…the best band on TV,” the Max Weinberg Seven on NBC’s Late Night and The Tonight Show.
Weinberg has performed in the East Room of The White House with the United States Navy Big Band and at two Presidential Inaugural Galas.
Since 1974 the drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E Street Band was a featured performer on the 1995 and 2003 Grammy Awards, the 1995 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame dedication in Cleveland, Ohio, the 2009 Super Bowl and 2009’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 25th Anniversary Special on HBO, filmed at Madison Square Garden in New York.
Cited by Playboy magazine’s Pop and Jazz Music Poll and the Rolling Stone Critics Poll as “Best drummer,” Weinberg has performed with some of contemporary music’s biggest names, including, Sting, Tony Bennett, Sheryl Crow, Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Barbra Streisand, BB King, The Who, George Harrison, and Eric Clapton to name a few. He has the unique distinction of having played on both the #1 Born in the USA, and #2 Meatloaf’s, Bat out Of Hell albums in rock history.
This spring of 2012, Weinberg embarked on yet another world tour with Bruce Springsteen and The E Street Band.
Performing on stage for this momentous concert are the Earlham Jazz Ensemble and Rhythm Project.
Location: The Civic Hall Performing Arts Center at 380 Hub Etchison Parkway
For more information call, Earlham Office of Events, 765.983.1373
Tickets: Runyan Center Desk: Mon – Fri, 9 am – 4 pm, cash or check only; Civic Hall Box Office
Contact: Lynn Knight, Director Events Coordination, email@example.com, 765.983.1294
This just in….
Dudley & Mike Play For SOS Fundraiser
If you don’t want to cook dinner tonight- and who does?- Dudley & Mike, are playing tonight from 6pm to 8pm for an SOS Fund Raiser at Joe’s Pizza! Visit Dudley and Mike’s website at : www.DuelEntertainment.us
Enjoy live music, good food and support a worthy cause all in one place: Joe’s Pizza, locally owned and operated and caring about our community.
Moment’s Notice in Concert at Common Grounds
Common Grounds Coffee House is located at: 609 West Main Street, Richmond, Indiana. The coffee house offers live music and refreshments and is free and open to the public. Donations are accepted.
Information submitted by Jim McKinney of Moments Notice
Information from Josh Brown
This Friday At Common Grounds:
“Willy Minnix is going to be our entertainer this Friday evening! Willy is one of the best mandolin artists in the area. This is his first visit to our coffeehouse, and I’m really looking forward to hearing him! You can get a sneak preview by visiting his web site, http://willyminnix.blogspot.com/. (My favorites are “Frog Catchers” and “Slide Right By”.) ”
Common Grounds Coffee House is located at West Richmond Friends Meeting, off SW 7th and West Main Street, and opens at 7:00 pm. Entertainment and snacks are free including coffee and teas–donations are welcome. Once a month at Common Grounds they also feature “Contra Dance” with a live band and caller. Beginners are welcome and encouraged. (There is a 5.00 charge for Contra Dance to cover the band).
Dancing with the Stars of Wayne County is an event to celebrate 20 years of service to the Wayne County community. This event will allow Birth-to-Five, Inc. to share their mission, raise awareness of free programs including home visiting, kindergarten readiness, and parenting supports. Funds raised will be used to support free programming to Wayne County families.
The evening will include cocktails, dinner, and an evening of entertainment. There will be music selections provided from Moment’s Notice, eight local “celebrity” couples competing for votes in a ballroom dance competition, a dance exhibition from the IU Ballroom Competition team, and a silent auction and a DJ. (information from website: b25dance.com)
Save the Date
March 24th, 2012
For a night of Ballroom Dancing featuring Richmond’s very own stars and the Indiana University ballroom Dance Team
Lamplight Inn at the Leland
900 South A Street.Richmond,IN47374
6:00-6:30 pm Cocktails and Special Music Guests Moment’s Notice
6:30-6:45 pm Seating and Welcome
6:45-7:30 pm Dinner
7:30-8:30 pm Dance Competition
8:30-9:00 pm IU Dance Team
9:00-10:00 pm Dancing with DJ’s Charlie and Traci Bertsch
of Special Request Disc Jockey Service.
-Silent Auction Winners Announced.
M.C. Mark Brimm
Jay Conard, keyboard
Paul Moran, bass
Jim Johnson, drums
Bill Perkins, flugelhorn
Jim McKinney, trombone
For more pictures and video of the dancers you can go to the website b25dance.com , developed by Brick Road Media.
The Acting Company in association with The Guthrie Theater present
William Shakespeare’s: JULIUS CAESAR
Julius Caesar is a classic story of pride and envy, arrogance and honor, opportunity and tragic strategic errors. Written in one of the most productive times of Shakespeare’s life, Julius Caesar blends the historical events of the reign of this iconic roman emperor with tragic elements and compelling language creating one of Shakespeare’s greatest tragedies.
See for yourself what makes The Acting Company – winner of a TONY Award for Excellence in Theater the most respected and praised touring repertory theater in America.
For ticket information contact Lynn Knight in the Earlham College Events office. These shows are very popular so secure your tickets early.