There's an app for that! Or, register to vote online by visiting indianavoters.com. Indiana residents with a valid Indiana driver's license or Indiana state-issued identification card. Use this tool to submit a new voter registration application or to update an existing voter registration record. If you wish to vote in the November election, voter registration deadline is October 6th.
Cambridge City Library is home to an unexpected treasure trove, a museum of Overbeck Pottery. Between 1911 and 1955, the six creative Overbeck sisters produced beautiful pottery, drawings, figurines, paintings and photography. They are recognized world-wide for their work. Stop by the library to see some of the beautiful Overbeck artistry.
What do you love about your city? In preparation for a visit from Peter Kageyama, author of "For the Love of Cities ", IU East's One Book, Many Voices wants you to use the hashtag #iueonebook to share your favorite people, places and things! Get a free ticket for the Oct. 21st lecture at the Bursar's office or the Innovation Center, 814 E. Main, Richmond.
The Indiana Secretary of State's office has recently focused on two initiatives: business one-stop and crowdfunding. The Business One-Stop portal is in the process of eliminating confusion for Hoosier business owners by offering a "one stop shop" for all business transactions within state government. Instead of business owners registering their business with multiple state agencies, which can often times cause unnecessary stresses, the Secretary of State's office is working to make it so businesses will eventually only need to register once within the office.
The crowdfunding initiative offers a new way for Hoosier entrepreneurs to raise money in order to start or continue a business right here in Indiana with the help of Hoosier investors. Not only will this strengthen the state's economy, but it also opens the door to a new type of Hoosier investor.
Indiana Secretary of State, Connie Lawson will speak on these topics at Center City Richmond's Brown Bag Tech Lunch on Monday, September 29th at 11:30 a.m. Register online, $10/person. For more information, call 765.962.8151.
Satya Banga is a self-taught fine art photographer living in Richmond, Indiana. His art exhibition is a vibrant collection of photos inspired by day to day things that are usually overlooked. His series of images showcase this talent with sometimes hard-to-identify edited and cropped photos of vintage autos, buildings, and vegetation. A collection of these images is currently on display at Morrisson-Reeves Library, where a reception will be held on September 29th at 6:30 p.m. For more information, call 765.966.8291.
American actress, playwright and professor Anna Deavere Smith speaks on the importance of the Arts on the human condition. Smith is the artist-in-residence at the Center for American Progress and is widely known for her roles as Nancy McNally in The West Wing and Gloria Akalitus in the Showtime series Nurse Jackie. 1:00 p.m. at Goddard Auditorium, Carptenter Hall, Earlham College, 801 National Road West, Richmond. Admission is free and no ticket is required. For more information, call 765.983.1373.
The dead help bring history to life during two unique upcoming events. On Saturday, October 4th, enjoy a wonderful fall walking tour of Earlham Cemetery where several departed locals will be re-enacted by actors at their gravesites. Admission is $10.00 per carload. For more information, call 765.962.5756.
On Friday, October 3rd, take a tour back in history to meet some dearly departed Library leaders and historic icons from years gone by. This event takes place "after hours" at Morrisson-Reeves. Meet in the upstairs lobby at 7:00 p.m. Final tour begins at 8:30 p.m. Free. For more information, call 765.966.8291.
Enjoy the fall air while taking in the smell of nature...and pancakes! Sign up for this unique race along the Greenway, featuring a pancake breakfast with your registration at http://williamsburgcommunitycenter.org/. $25/runner...or be lazy and enjoy a pancake breakfast for only $6! At the Williamsburg Community Center, , US 35 and Centerville Road, Williamsburg.
Dr. Don Ruch, Ball State University professor, and noted national authority on mushrooms will be at Hayes Arboretum, 801 Elks Road, Richmond on Saturday, October 4th from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon to share his keen knowledge of mushrooms, particularly those found in our forest. The day will start with a presentation inside and then venture out to see what we might identify. Please call 765-962-3745 or e-mail: email@example.com to pre-register.
Join women from across Wayne County for this annual women's leadership conference organized by Wayne County Foundation on Friday, October 24th. This year's theme is "Creating a Personal Brand". Guest speaker is the first female U.S. Secret service agent, Kathryn Childers. Additional workshop details can be found in the brochure. Register online before October 3rd for a discount!
The long-awaited showing of the Richmond Group Artists is now up at the Richmond Art Museum. This is the untold story of a group of artists whose interest in fostering art in their community made an authentic contribution to the history of art in America. The exhibit includes 50 of the images featured in the book, The Richmond Group Artists, by RAM Executive Director, Shaun Dingwerth, as well as several of the historical images shown in the publication. The Museum is open 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Tuesday through Saturday. Admission is free. For more information, call 765.966.0256.
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