If you haven’t been able to fit in a show at Civic Theatre yet this year, this may be the one you should try for a good laugh. Five southern women come together as old friends sharing memories of their decades together. This is real local theatre at it’s best–always a good show at Civic Theatre. You can purchase tickets at the box office or call ahead to be sure to get a seat. Support local theatre and have a good laugh in the process. 7:30 p.m. both nights.
So many things are happening this weekend. As you plan your outings don’t forget to put Canal Days on your list of things to do. This annual event is always a treat with fun for all ages. See the schedule of events for the weekend below: (Cambridge City is just a 15 minute drive West on 40 from Richmond IN).
Cambridge City Canal Days 2011 Schedule Of Events
Friday September 9th
- 6pm-9pm: Corn Hole Tournament registration at Roberson’s Marathon, US 40 Cambridge City, $30 per team. This year- Long Toss- toss into the purple potty to buy Library Memorial Bricks in memory of two local families
Saturday, September 10th
- 8am: – Corn Hole Tournament – Roberson’s Marathon – Info (765-960-6497) – All proceeds go to H.E.L.P. the Animals
- 8am: -New Day Kiwanis Golf Tournament at Winding Branch Golf Course, Pershing, IN- Info (765-478-4221) Alan Austin
- 8am: -Fire Fighter 5K Run Sponsored by CCFD-Starts and ends at the Cambridge City Fire Station, Green St. Registration begins 8am $15-preregistration w/shirt, Race begins 9am. (765-478-4434)
- 8am – 11am: Kids Fishing Contest (12 & under) HiWay Springs- Sponsored by Indiana Bass Federation Nation & Local Sponsors Info (765-914-6380)
- 9am: –Dark: Street Vendors open-Arts, Crafts, Food, “Kids Alley” games, contests and entertainment
- 9am: – Ice Cream Social and Pies, Methodist Church – All Day
- 9am: – Antique Tractor Show, Creitz Park behind the Fire Station- Info (765-334-9230) Bill Widau
- 9am-4pm: Stitches in Time Quilt Show, Cambridge City Christian Church- All proceeds go to Relay for Life, $2 Admission
- 9am-12pm: LHS Alumni, Golay Community Center- Info (765-478-3683) Jim Sweet, Classes up to 1963
- 9am-6pm: Art Show, Cambridge City Christian Church- Info (765-855-2630) Dorothy Johnson
- 9:15am: 2 Mile Walk starts and ends at Cambridge City Fire Station, Green Street. Registration begins at 8am-$10, Info (765-478-4434)
- 10am-11am: Baby Contest- Entertainment Stage, Info (765-478-5448) Western Wayne News
- 10am-5pm: Antique and Specialty Stores Open
- 10am-5pm: Mums sold by Western Wayne Heritage at The Vinton House
- 10am-5pm: Cambridge City Public Library, History Room and Overbeck Museum Open. Friends of the Library selling memberships $25 (Business), $10 (Family), $5 (Individual) and Memorial Bricks $100
Look below for the wonderful selection of shows being brought to the community by Civic Hall Performing Arts. The season starts with a bang with “Big Bad Voodoo Daddy” in October and the excitement continues through next May, 2012. Tickets are on sale now for the performances so plan ahead for your special night out. You can also visit their website for more details about each show.
At 3:00 p.m., come and help with raised garden building and learn to level raised beds and fill and plant- there will also be food (a cookout) provided from 5 to 6:00 p.m. All are invited to participate in the meal even if you can’t help with the garden. (Weather permitting).
Theatre Main Stage Production: “Major Barbara”
A Salvation Army officer becomes disillusioned when much needed donations are accepted from a whiskey distiller and a weapons manufacturer — her father! Does the work of salvation require a pact with the devil? Shows are at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 15, and Saturday, April 16, in at Earlham College, Runyan Center’s Wilkinson Theatre. Tickets are required and cost $8 for adults and $5 for students and seniors. For reservations, call (765) 983-1260.
Man Of La Mancha
Final Shows: Saturday at 7:30pm & Sunday April 17 at 2:00p.m. Richmond Civic Theatre proudly presents: MAN OF LA MANCHA. To dream the impossible dream is the theme of this award-winning musical. Imprisoned during the Spanish Inquisition, Miguel de Cervantes spins a comical and inspiring tale of Don Quixote– a cockeyed dreamer imagining himself a heroic knight on a noble mission to defeat the world’s evils and rescue the good.
Gamelan Ensemble Concert
Come enjoy an evening of traditional Javanese music and dance performed by the Earlham Javanese Gamelan Ensemble and guests F.X. Widaryanto and Charles Sullivan on our sumptuous gamelan, a large set of mostly melodic bronze percussion instruments tuned to scales that use characteristically Javanese intervals.
For more information, contact Director of Events Coordination Lynn Knight by e-mail or at 765-983-1373.
Join Earlham’s largest and most multi-cultural organization as they bring to the stage their joyful roar of up-tempo contemporary songs of praise. Representing nearly 50 countries, this 175-voice choir includes students from all over the world, making beautiful, uplifting music and creating a unifying experience for all. Admission is Free.
Submitted by the Wayne County Foundation:
WAYNE COUNTY FOUNDATION
ACCEPTING ART AND YOUTH CATEGORY
Assistance in preparing applications is available from the Foundation office located at 33 South 7th Street, Richmond. First-time applicants are encouraged to contact Andrea Stuckey at the Foundation Office prior to submitting an application. For additional information, prospective grantees may call the Foundation office at 765-962-1638 or e-mail email@example.com. All completed applications are reviewed by committees of the Foundation’s Board of Directors and community volunteers. Successful applicants can expect their distributions to be made by the end of May.
Last year, the Foundation awarded over $1.0 million in grants and scholarships, including just over $98,000 through its arts and youth grant-making cycle.
Every Friday night Carol Lou Woodward plays at Joe’s Pizza in the Depot District. On the first Friday of the month she is joined by friends. Tonight Charlie Estes on guitar, Lowell Conley on trumpet, Glenn Cole on sax and clarinet, Bonnie Slick on drums, and Ray Slick on bass guitar joined with her to jam.