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Three regional curators selected one artist from their city. Treated as three solo shows within the galleries, interesting intersections of contemporary art practice will be explored through these exceptional displays. In the Eleanor Prest Reese and Robert B. Berkshire Galleries.
Join the Food Truck revolution and bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets to enjoy a glass of wine and some mobile meals on the lawn. Music by The Revelators. Complimentary wine tasting in the tasting room until 8 p.m. Wine, cheese plates and other snacks also available for purchase.
Adult book discussion group for those who like to read and talk about books covering important ideas including literature, science, government, culture and religion. Discussion books may be picked up at the Customer Service Desk.
Help kick off the winery's 2013 Sounds of Summer event season. Bring lawn chairs and picnic blankets and enjoy pizza by the slice, a glass of wine and music by Cari Ray & The Loaners. Complimentary wine tasting available in the tasting room until 8 p.m. Wine, pizza slices, cheese plates and other snacks available for purchase.
Participants will look at diversity and multi-cultural movements in congregations. Educators Gerardo Marti and Kevin Dougherty will explore with attendees the social trends of diversity and how faith communities reflect these wider developments. Seminar includes lunch and a copy of Marti's book "A Mosaic of Believers: Diversity and Innovation in a Multiethnic Church."
The all-female bluegrass group appears as part of the Summer Sounds Concert Series, which features music by popular Hoosier artists. Food available for purchase.
All-you-can-eat brunch is a non-denominational, participative celebration of gospel music. The menu includes southern specialties and morning feast favorites such as cornbread muffins, fried chicken, peal 'n' eat shrimp, biscuits and gravy, omelet and pancake stations, mimosas and more.
Need to get a "Handel" on opera? If so, let Intimate Opera give you a hand in their shortened version of Handel's "Julius Caesar." They will strip it bare and cut it down to size.