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The curtain is about to go up on Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s season at The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts. And, as has been the case the previous two seasons since Civic relocated from Indianapolis, we’re thrilled to be a main-stage sponsor of the season. Founded in 1915, it now is under the proficient management of Executive Director Cheri Dick and Artistic Director Bob Sorbera. The principal resident company of the 500-seat theatre will produce “Pippin” (Sept. 6-21), “Schoolhouse Rock Live” (Sept. 25-28), “1940s Radio Hour” (Oct. 25-Nov. 9), “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” (Dec. 13-Jan. 4), “Steel Magnolias” (Feb. 7-22) and “The Cat in the Hat” (Feb. 25-March 2). We’re certain it will be a season to remember, because that’s exactly what Civic always delivers. It’s not too soon to buy season or single-show tickets. You may do so at www.civictheatre.org or 843.3800.

 

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It’s right around the corner, one of Zionsville’s signature events. We’re talking about the annual Fall Festival, which is about to lift the lid on its 40th edition. This year, it runs Sept. 6-8. We’re proud to help sponsor the event, and we hope you’ll participate in all the offerings. There is preview coverage in today’s paper, and a special section is headed your way in next week’s edition. The festival, as you might know, is the Zionsville Lions Club’s “baby,” and it serves as the primary fundraiser for Lions Park, arguably one of the town’s greatest assets. In addition to the annual parade, there will be activities galore, up to and including a performance by the Reece Dickerson Band and an auction in the Entertainment Tent. Staging the event doesn’t simply “happen,” so when you see club President Tim Reinhart or any club member, for that matter, offer up congratulations and a word of thanks.

 


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The curtain is about to go up on Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s season at The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts. And, as has been the case the previous two seasons since Civic relocated from Indianapolis, we’re thrilled to be a main-stage sponsor of the season. Founded in 1915, it now is under the proficient management of Executive Director Cheri Dick and Artistic Director Bob Sorbera. The principal resident company of the 500-seat theatre will produce “Pippin” (Sept. 6-21), “Schoolhouse Rock Live” (Sept. 25-28), “1940s Radio Hour” (Oct. 25-Nov. 9), “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” (Dec. 13-Jan. 4), “Steel Magnolias” (Feb. 7-22) and “The Cat in the Hat” (Feb. 25-March 2). We’re certain it will be a season to remember, because that’s exactly what Civic always delivers. It’s not too soon to buy season or single-show tickets. You may do so at www.civictheatre.org or 843-3800.

 

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Hamilton Southeastern Schools is asking for your help in refining its communication tools and strategies to best meet its constituents’ needs and preferences. The schools and we would appreciate it if you would take some time and give careful consideration in participating in a quick survey. If you’re game, and we hope you are, you’ll find it at www.surveymonkey.com/s/LXDVGHH. It’s important, we believe, that you weigh in on how your district communicates with you.

 

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We trust that if you were able to participate in Dog Day Afternoon on Aug. 24, you found it to be an enjoyable event. It was a benefit at the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater for the Humane Society for Hamilton County. We’re pet lovers, big time, and even though the event has passed, you still can make a difference at any time for this horribly under-funded operation by donating or volunteering. Hopefully, you’re interested. If so, please visit www.hamiltonhumane.com.


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The curtain is about to go up on Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s season at The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts. And, as has been the case the previous two seasons since Civic relocated from Indianapolis, we’re thrilled to be a main-stage sponsor of the season. Founded in 1915, it now is under the proficient management of Executive Director Cheri Dick and Artistic Director Bob Sorbera. The principal resident company of the 500-seat theatre will produce “Pippin” (Sept. 6-21), “Schoolhouse Rock Live” (Sept. 25-28), “1940s Radio Hour” (Oct. 25-Nov. 9), “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” (Dec. 13-Jan. 4), “Steel Magnolias” (Feb. 7-22) and “The Cat in the Hat” (Feb. 25-March 2). We’re certain it will be a season to remember, because that’s exactly what Civic always delivers. It’s not too soon to buy season or single-show tickets. You may do so at www.civictheatre.org or 843-3800.

 

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As you may know by now, INDOT has opened the U.S. 31 interchange at 161st Street, and it has shown itself to be a wonderful harbinger of what the project holds for our city. Rieth-Riley Construction oversaw the replacement of the former intersection, which was closed in April to allow crews to construct a new bridge-and-ramp system with roundabouts. We’re big fans of the improvements – especially the roundabouts that keep traffic flowing – and believe we all can expect much the same innovation with the rest of the project in Westfield and points north and south. Updates and information also are available at www.socialmedia.indot.in.gov.


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Civic lineup has something for all

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The curtain is about to go up on Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s season at The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts. And, as has been the case the previous two seasons since Civic relocated from Indianapolis, we’re thrilled to be a main-stage sponsor of the season. Founded in 1915, it now is under the proficient management of Executive Director Cheri Dick and Artistic Director Bob Sorbera. The principal resident company of the 500-seat theatre will produce “Pippin” (Sept. 6-21), “Schoolhouse Rock Live” (Sept. 25-28), “1940s Radio Hour” (Oct. 25-Nov. 9), “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” (Dec. 13-Jan. 4), Steel Magnolias (Feb. 7-22) and The Cat in the Hat (Feb. 25-March 2). We’re certain it will be a season to remember, because that’s exactly what Civic always delivers. It’s not too soon to buy season or single-show tickets. You may do so at www.civictheatre.org or 843-3800.

 

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It was heartening to learn of the recent announcement that Mayor John Ditslear, Hamilton County Superior Court 1 Judge Steven R. Nation, Hamilton County Circuit Court Judge Paul A. Felix and Noblesville Schools Supt. Dr. Libbie Conner have helped to bring about the Noblesville Youth Assistance Program. We’ve seen the magic the program works in Westfield for at-risk youth, and we believe strongly it will work just as well in Noblesville. An idea whose time has come, the program will focus on preventative services for the youth, rather than using disciplinary measures and adjudication. Children ages 3 to 17 years old and their families will be the beneficiaries of the needs-based effort. What a wonderful way to invest in the city’s future, if not its present. So taken were we with Westfield’s efforts that we became media sponsors of certain events benefitting the program. We’d like to do the same with the Noblesville effort, and we’ll plan to make that a reality.


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Civic lineup has something for all

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The curtain is about to go up on Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre’s season at The Tarkington at the Center for the Performing Arts. And, as has been the case the previous two seasons since Civic relocated from Indianapolis, we’re thrilled to be a main-stage sponsor of the season. Founded in 1915, it now is under the proficient management of Executive Director Cheri Dick and Artistic Director Bob Sorbera. The principal resident company of the 500-seat theatre will produce “Pippin” (Sept. 6-21), “Schoolhouse Rock Live” (Sept. 25-28), “1940s Radio Hour” (Oct. 25-Nov. 9), “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat” (Dec. 13-Jan. 4), “Steel Magnolias” (Feb. 7-22) and “The Cat in the Hat” (Feb. 25-March 2). We’re certain it will be a season to remember, because that’s exactly what Civic always delivers. It’s not too soon to buy season or single-show tickets. You may do so at www.civictheatre.org or 843-3800.

 

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It is with great pride that we share with you the news of our sponsorship of the Carmel High School Ambassadors’ coming season. It’s proof, again, that we don’t simply cover the arts but support them, too. The Ambassadors are in a funding drive for, among other efforts, a spring break performance trip to London’s West End and Disneyland Paris. We’ll provide information in coming issues of Current. Suffice it to state, we want to make sure this wonderful community resource is fully funded so the student performers will maximize on what could be the trip of a lifetime. In case you don’t know, The Ambassadors is a select group of singers and dancers in grades 11 and 12 accompanied by the members of the Ambassador Brass. The program, for years, has been acclaimed nationally, and we hope it will be so internationally in the not-to-distant future. To donate, please call Randy Sorrell at 679-2565.


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