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“The Jester in Japan”, Exhibit – Red Skelton Museum of American Comedy

Red Skelton developed a fascination with Japanese culture in the 1950s. He visited Japan on several occasions and created a Japanese garden at his home in California. The Jester in Japan exhibit features paintings, photos and artifacts from his home and his TV show that reflect this love of Japan. *This exhibit will be on …

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“Securing the Vote: Women’s Suffrage in Indiana” 100th Anniversary of Women’s Right to Vote – Knox County Public Library

Knox County Public Library 502 N. 7th Street, Vincennes

In recognition of the 100th Anniversary of Women's Right to Vote the Knox County Public Library is hosting a special exhibit, Securing the Vote: Women's Suffrage in Indiana. The exhibit will be available to view in the Library's sunroom from Saturday, March 6 through Monday, March 29 during regular library hours. In addition, display cases …

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“A Jazz Cabaret”, Virtual Choral Concert

Red Skelton Performing Arts Center 20 Red Skelton Boulevard, Vincennes

As part of the Spring 2021 Music Program, the Vincennes University Performing Arts Department will present “A Jazz Cabaret” at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center on Sunday, March 7 at 4:00pm. The performance will feature the V. U. Concert Choir and the V. U. Connection. *Due to safety protocols implemented by Vincennes University during …

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Second Friday Art Talk

Riverwalk Sculptures 17 Hart Street, Vincennes

Why is the sculpture by Calvin Babich of Toledo, Ohio titled “28” ? Attend the talk to find out. Join Andy Jendrzejewski as he provides information about the sculptures and artists who created them. Attendees are welcome to share opinions and ask questions and engage in art in new ways. Andy will also discuss Truth Inside, and Uprising. …

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“Following a Raindrop”, “Second Sunday Nature Walk” – Ouabache Trails Park

From the forest canopy to the forest floor, where and how does a raindrop travel, and what does it encounter along the way? What forms of life, from microscopic to mammals, use rainwater, and how do they use it? During "Following a Raindrop", we will be tracing water from drop to trickle, rivulet, creek, and …

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Adventure Days: Lewis & Clark – Vincennes State Historic Sites

Vincennes State Historic Sites 1 W. Harrison Street, Indiana

Children are invited to go on an adventure with Lewis and Clark during Adventure Days at the Vincennes State Historic Sites! This two-hour program will be held on Saturday, March 27 and includes a combination of short presentations, games, and hands-on activities for children in grades 3 - 5. Participants will learn about the Corps …

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Second Friday Art Talk

Three sculptures, one talk.  Join Andy Jendrzejewski as he provides information about the sculptures and artist who created them.  On April 9th Andy will discuss Motion, Effexor and Travelogue all located around Clark’s Crossing parking lot.  Attendees are welcome to share opinions and ask questions and engage in art in new ways. Attendees will be …

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“Early Spring Wildflowers”, “Second Sunday Nature Walk” – Ouabache Trails Park

Ouabache Trails Park is splendid with wildflowers, especially in the woodlands in early spring, before the canopy shades the forest floor. There are many species, some occurring in large numbers, and they have a variety of flower structures to ensure pollination by insects and others. During the “Early Spring Wildflowers” nature walk, you will learn …

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“Drum Enchanted Evening”, Virtual Concert

As part of the Spring 2021 Music Program, the Vincennes University Performing Arts Department will present "Drum Enchanted Evening" at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center on Thursday, April 15 at 7:30pm. The performance will feature the V. U. Percussion Ensemble. *Due to safety protocols implemented by Vincennes University during the COVID-19 Pandemic, members of …

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“May the Farce Be With You”, Comedy Production – Old Town Players Theatre

Theatre is back in 2021! The Old Town Players Theatre will present the comedy, May the Farce Be With You. The production follows a science fiction theme opening with evil invaders from the planet Inferna attacking the annual conference of the Idealistic Earth Invididuals Organization (E.I.E.I.O.). The comedy will be held on Friday, April 16 …

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“An Evening of Winds & Percussion”, Virtual Concert

As part of the Spring 2021 Music Program, the Vincennes University Performing Arts Department will present “An Evening of Winds & Percussion” at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center on Thursday, April 15 at 7:30pm. The performance will feature the V. U. Concert Band and Woodwind Ensemble. *Due to safety protocols implemented by Vincennes University …

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