Event Calendar week of 2/16



Celebrations of Creativity and Craftsmanship: Charlene Brown ● Celebrate art in the community and support the work of Charlene Brown. She is especially talented in painting portraits, creating both vividly realistic images and artistically unique works. ● Feb. 17 at noon ● Free, donations accepted ● Museum of Miniature Houses & Other Collections: 111 E. Main St., Carmel ● 575-0240 ● www.museumofminiatures.org


Grease Movie Sing Along ● This special sing-a-long event is a screening of the 1977 film “Grease,” with lyrics on the screen. You can be the vocal star of the show! Join in all the fun and get prom pictures taken, enjoy pre-show refreshments, Hand-Jive lessons, costume contest, free Magic Moments Fun Packs, and the premiere of the show. This is the ultimate Grease fan’s dream come true! ● Feb. 18-19 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 20 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. ● Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre: 3 Center Green #200, Carmel ● Adults $20, students $15 ● 843-3800 ● www.thecenterpresents.org


The Belfry Theatre Presents: Red Velvet Cake War ● Directed by Connie Murello-Todd, in the “Red Velvet Cake War,” you’ll meet the Verdeen cousins from Sweetgum, Texas. As the eccentric family gathers on hottest day of July in the middle of Texas tornado season for a day of adventure and humor, you’ll wish your family reunions were this much fun! ● Weekends in Feb. 19-20 and 26-27 at varying times ● Adults are $15, Kids ages 12 and under are $12 ● The Belfry Theatre: 10690 Greenfield Ave., Noblesville ● 773-1304 ● www.thebelfrytheatre.com 


Carmel Winter Farmers Market ● Missing the Farmers Market this winter season? Check out the Carmel Winter Indoor Farmers Market featuring local grown and produced foods such as winter vegetables, meats, eggs, maple syrup, honey, baked goods, and cheeses. The market offers a chance for consumers to produce local produce and reasonable prices. ● Feb. 20 from 9 a.m. to noon. Recurs every Saturday. ● Founders Park All-Purpose building: 11675 Hazel Parkway, Carmel ● 710-0162 ● www.carmelfarmersmarket.com 

The Hobbs Sisters ● Stonegate Elementary invites the public to a special evening celebrating unique human differences and kindness. Community members will share personal, touching stories, followed by a concert by the Hobbs Sisters. The girls are country music artists born in Indiana and are coming home to give back to the community. Proceeds from the concert benefit HELD, a nonprofit that helps financially support families with special needs children. Before the night ends, don’t miss a special surprise from two Zionsville Community School administrators! ● Feb. 20 at 6:30 p.m. ● Zionsville High School Performing Arts Center: 1000 Mulberry St., Zionsville ● 873-8050

Celtic Nights ● A cast of six of Ireland’s most talented international dancers and musicians will leave Carmel ringing with the sounds of both traditional and contemporary Celtic music! Their show, “Spirit of Freedom,” tells the story of Irish independence through music, song, dance and storytelling. Celtic Nights honors the struggle of a people fighting to gain their freedom and to achieve true democracy. Feel free to come early and enjoy an Irish Music Session in the East lobby, hosted by popular local musicians. ● Feb. 20 at 8 p.m. ● The Center for the Performing Arts at the Tarkington: 3 Center Green, Carmel ● $15-$55 ● 843-3800 ● www.thecenterpresents.org

A Living History Trade Fair And Annual Antique Arms Show ● Come see the 33rd annual show, set between 1700-1899 and featuring antique items including tables of arms, black powder supplies, blacksmith equipment, swords, knives, period clothing, pottery, and Americana collectibles. Re-enactors will be present. Other features of the event are door prizes, food availability, and free parking. Wear your fancy duds if you’d like! ● Feb. 20-21 ● Hamilton County 4-H Fairgrounds: 2003 E. Pleasant St., Noblesville ● 513-2399


Images of Japan ● Japan: the Land of The Rising Sun. Become immersed in its beauty, culture, and people which have inspired a number of composers to create some of their best works. The Indiana Wind Symphony brings to life some of these songs on the stage with the compositions of Holst, Gilbert, Sullivan, and others. Conducted by Charles Conrad. ● Feb. 21 at 2 p.m. ● The Center for the Performing Arts at the Tarkington: 3 Center Green, Carmel ● $5-$40 ● 843-3800 ● www.thecenterpresents.org


Drawing Class ● Learn to improve your artistic skills in this art class for all skill levels. Nickel Plate Studio Artists Bruce Neckar and John Reynolds will provide subject matter and provide tips. Nickel Plate Arts will be responsible for providing graphite sticks, newsprint, and drawing boards, although participants may bring their own materials. Must be 15 or older. ● Feb. 22-Mar. 7 recurring every Monday, from 7-9 p.m. ● Nickel Plate Arts Campus: 107 South Eighth St., Noblesville ● $100/10 weeks ● 452-3690 ● www.mkt.com/nickel-plate-arts/drawing-class-session


The Cat in the Hat ● The Civic Theatre brings Dr. Seuss’s beloved classic, “The Cat in the Hat,” to life on the stage. Get the family together and relive the rhythmical magic of Dr. Seuss. This special series of shows is in honor of Dr. Seuss’ birthday, which is quickly approaching on March 2. Sensory friendly performances on select dates. ● Feb. 23-Mar. 3 at various times. Sensory friendly performance on Feb. 27 at 2 p.m. and Mar. 1 at 10 a.m. ● The Center for the Performing Arts at the Tarkington: 3 Center Green, Carmel ● $10-$15 ● 843-3800 ● www.thecenterpresents.org


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