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Gourmet food sampling, cotton candy, face painting, Kids Kraft station, and a special appearance from the Easter Bunny. Coloring activities and games, Easter Bunny with photo opportunity, fashion show at 1 p.m. April 1, Chuck Mosey Memorial Gymnasium, Seton Catholic High School, 233 S. The RSO’s final concert of this 60th season celebrates the past while honoring the present, featuring current composer Frank Ticheli’s "Pacific Fanfare" Edvard Grieg’s haunting Peer Gynt Suite and Jean Sibelius’ "Finlandia," Stuart Greenbaum’s "21st Century City Lights a Mile Up" and Symphony No. Adult and senior: ; college student, ; students K-12, free.• The Warrior Kings, 8 p.m. Dogs can hunt for treats and toys in a separate area and one will receive a basket. (765) 478-4727 Adults ; kids .• FUNdraiser for 2nd Chance Animal Rescue, 6 p.m. Reservations: (765) 488-2163• Richmond Symphony Orchestra "Past Present and Future" concert, p.m. Open to the community.• Electric jam open mic, 10 p.m. April 5 and 19, First English Lutheran Church, 2727 E. A few of the topics will be: Birds of Indiana, Reptiles and Amphibians of Indiana and Insects of Our Region (with a focus on nocturnal insects). Volunteers will sign in at the Bicentennial Park maintenance garage from -8 a.m.• Pop-up craft boutique, 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Learn their identification and natural history while enjoying a leisurely walk in the woods. Wayne County Kids First, the local Prevent Child Abuse Council, is offering free lunch, games, face painting, Silly Safari animal show at 11 a.m., and some family door prizes. Everyone is welcome whether you have an upcoming event already booked, are looking for a caterer for your next event, or just looking to get out for a date night. RSVP to Samantha at [email protected] by calling (765) 966-5654• "The Gospel According to Mark," p.m. A solo performance piece that captures Mark Twain during two different periods a decade apart. George Harrison's sister, Louise Harrison, hand-picked the members of Liverpool Legends and has managed the band for 10 years. first and third Fridays of the month, Northside Church of Christ, 1962 Chester Blvd., Richmond. All materials provided.•Interaction Singles Dance, Fridays, Eagles Lodge, 75 S. Social hour from 6-7 p.m., discussion from 7-8 p.m. for adults; for children 6-12; free for age 0-5. (765) 935-1405•TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), a.m., Saturdays, Faith-Trinity United Methodist Church, 2900 W. First and third Tuesdays.• Alzheimer's support group, p.m. Parents and guardians admitted free.•Alzheimer's support group, p.m. Thursdays from April 6-May 25, Cope Environmental Center, Airport Road, Centerville, Ind. Registration required by calling (765) 855-3188 or emailing [email protected] For large groups, please call the Park Office at 983-7275 to preregister to ensure your lunch. Unique gift items for spring and summer, antiques and collectibles, noodles, Rada knives, complimentary tea, and styles by The Secret Ingredient.• Wildflower Walk, 10- a.m. Come walk the trails and see Indiana’s beautiful native wildflowers. Tickets are per person and can be purchased at Leo Stevens, The Birdwoman, and The Pilot’s connection to Richmond. April 22, Richmond Senior Community Center, 1600 S. Musical entertainment from Beatles tribute band Liverpool Legends and Richmond Symphony Orchestra. on the fourth Thursday of each month, Centerstone’s Recovery and Engagement Center, 200 N. Grand Ave., Connersville, Ind.• Mothers of Preschoolers, a.m. third Saturday each month, Williamsburg Community Center. Saturdays, Hodgin Road Christian Church, 4050 Hodgin Road, Richmond. Eighth St., Richmond.•Live classic country music, 7- p.m.
Each participant who registers will be able to choose one of Coulter's hand-drawn journals to take home. Forum organized by Wayne County Indivisible and Townsend Community Center.• Easter Egg Hunt, 2 p.m. The donation for participation benefits the Just Us Kids Outdoors summer camp. Offered by Indiana Youth Institute and community partners for parents, teachers, youth workers and other caring adults. Info: [email protected]• Preble County Retired Teachers Association, noon April 11, St. Participants are encouraged to bring their devices and enjoy some hands-on learning. Registration required at (765) 962-8151• Education: A Community Conversation for Parents and Educators, – p.m. RSVP is not required but will assist with planning the event. Richmond Parks and Recreation has partnered with a Department of Natural Resources conservation officer to teach kids all they need to know about fishing. Email [email protected] reserved table sponsor packages.• Financial Peace University, 5 p.m. Participants will also have access to budgeting forms and MP3s of all the lessons. Fifth St., Richmond.• The Beatles: The Band of The Sixties,7-8 p.m. Stop by the Reference Services desk to sign up and pick up your copy of the book.•Anime Club, 4-5 p.m. Reservations required for events other than blues jam by calling (260) 251-9967.• Interaction Singles Dance, Fridays, Eagles Lodge, 75 S. Social hour from 6-7 p.m., discussion from 7-8 p.m. Two groups, ages 18-40 and 40 , will discuss life topics. A resource for all men from all backgrounds and races.• Autism support open house, 9-11 a.m. Music by Syblis Children and Lockjaw.• Mattress fundraiser, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Participants will be divided into age groups and use a wooden spoon to roll their plastic egg across the finish line. Ham loaf, roast chicken, chicken and noodles, dressing, vegetables, salads and desserts. Includes baked potatoes, green or baked beans, applesauce, roll, beverage and homemade pie. advance purchase or at the door.• Carrion Vael CD release party, 10 p.m. Turn in the egg at the circulation desk, and get a reward.• Easter Egg coloring, - 5 p.m. The Living Building Challenge requires Cope to function at net-zero energy, producing all of the energy we use.• God of the Empty Tomb, A Resurrection Drama, 7-8 p.m. The program will be supplemented with audio clips of music and excerpts from interviews with the band members. Learn the secret of why two families are living in the same house. Event geared for children 10 and younger.• Easter Egg Roll, p.m. John Lutheran, Ingomar, 2139 Enterprise Road, West Alexandria, Ohio. April 8, First Universalist Church, corner of Main Cross and Monroe streets, Eldorado, Ohio. is for adults, children 6 – 12 , younger than 5, free. Special guests After The Fallout and Catalytid.• Easter Egg Hunt for all ages all day, April 10 - 13, Centerville Library, 126 E. Search for eggs hidden in the library, adults on the first floor, and kids and teens on the second. Ages 10 and older can color a wooden egg.• Cyber Safety and Social Media workshop, a.m.-1 p.m. Attendees also will learn about social media traps, catfishing schemes, cyberbullying, and sexting/sextortion. Learn '60s dances including the Twist, The Swim and Mashed Potato. Lessons lead up to RSO’s 1960s-themed event “Twist & Shout” on April 29. April 13, Cope Environmental Center, 1730 Airport Road, Centerville. April 15, Middlefork Reservoir, Sylvan Nook Drive, Richmond. If you have your own fishing gear, please bring it. Explore the music of The Beatles in this 60-minute multimedia presentation (part history and part musical analysis) spanning the full 1960s, beginning with the band’s seminal visits to Hamburg, continuing through Beatlemania, and concluding with Abbey Road.
April 5, Reid Health's Lingle Hall, 1100 Reid Parkway, Richmond. Appointment: (765) 983-3344.• Appalachian troubadour Charles Wesley, p.m. Main St., Eaton, Ohio.• Women's Health Day, April 6, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Pinwheels for Prevention available for $1 donation or $25 for 30 pinwheels by calling (765) 962-9043.• Pet Prints at the Art Center, drop in between 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Bring your questions and get help with things like: navigating your mobile device, using social media, Wi Fi connections, transferring photos from your phone to a computer, understanding "the Cloud", saving battery power, and so much more! Featuring Blessed Truth, The Southern Aires, Sharon K. Make reservations by calling (765) 983-1474, or at Earlham College Events.• Signature Event, 5 p.m. The Branson, Mo.-based band travels the world, headlining at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., and performing at Carnegie Hall. and ages 3-5 at a.m.- p.m.•Adventurers Storytime, a.m.- p.m., Thursdays, Morrisson-Reeves Library, 80 N. Join Miss Kathy for a fun time of reading, crafts, and music. Free.• Women's Health Day, third Thursday each month, Reid Health, 1100 Reid Parkway. Fridays, Centerville-Center Township Public Library, 126 E.