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  • Central Indiana Artists

    About Central Indiana Artists, Inc.: Central Indiana artists is a not-for-profit corporation which began in 1953 as the Hendricks County Art League. Our goal is to bring together persons interested in art appreciation, provide a forum for learning, promote art culture i...

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  • Rotary Jail Museum

    The Montgomery County Rotary Jail opened in 1882 as a solution to housing prisoners safely, efficiently and humanely. It was the first rotary jail constructed in the United States. It has a round two-story cellblock on a turntable that is rotated by a handcrank. There were e...

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  • Hendricks County Arts Council

    Hendricks County Arts Council Purpose and Goals: Hendricks County Arts Council is a community organization that strives to provide financial support, services, and other programs for a variety of arts organizations and/or individual artists and the community as a whole. Our...

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  • Eastern Howard Performing Arts Society

    Be catalysts for the cultural enrichment of the Community by presenting Performing Arts programs to entertain and enrich all audiences; furthermore the society strives to foster interest and development of the arts in the local school systems. The Performing Art...

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  • Kokomo Park Band

    History: The first band leader in Kokomo was Byron Reed (1828-1896) who was from the village of Miami ten miles north of Kokomo. Described as a combination of a gypsy, poet and philosopher, Reed appeared also to be as "restless as an Arab" in his lifestyle, occasionally leav...

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  • Becky Seamster Dance Studio

    Mission: Our studio is committed to educating our students in the field of dance while at the same time building self-confidence and nurturing the student's personal growth. We place great value on every student as an individual and as a member of our dance family. We do o...

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  • Kokomo Automotive Museum

    The Kokomo Automotive Museum Foundation is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization, governed by a Board of Directors.Think about the impact that automobiles have had on American industry and culture. For some, the automobile represents a manufacturing livelihood. In Kokomo, IN wh...

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  • Logansport Art Association

    The Logansport Art Association, also known as the LAA is run entirely by very dedicated volunteer board members and docents. We are supported by annual memberships, sponsors, contributions, fundraising and grants. Memberships support the operating expenses of the  Loga...

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  • Logansport Children's Choir

    Introduction: The Logansport Children's Choir, a 501(c)(3), not-for-profit corporation, was founded in October 1988. Selection is made by auditions, which are open to third, fourth, and fifth grade students from all public and private schools in Logansport, Indiana and surr...

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  • McHale Performing Arts Center

    The high school auditorium at Logansport Community High School was built three years after the high school itself.  It was built  with a generous 1.2 million dollar gift from Mr. Frank McHale, a Logansport native who became a successful attorney.     ...

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  • Circus City Festival

    Circus City Festival Inc. (CCFI) was formed in 1960 with the objective of reawakening Miami County's rich Circus Heritage. Dating back to the late 1800's many of the country's most famous circuses winter-quartered only a few miles southeast of Peru in Miami County. This area...

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  • Grissom Air Museum

    The Grissom Air Museum, near Peru, Indiana was founded in 1981, by seven prior service military personnel who lived in the area. The Heritage Museum Foundation (HMF) wanted to preserve aircraft that were currently located at Grissom Air Reserve Base, formerly Grissom Air For...

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  • Miami County Museum

    The mission of the Miami County Historical Society, Inc. is to discover, collect, preserve, educate and disseminate the history, historical records and data, and traditions which establishes or illustrates such history as it relates to Miami County and its environs, and to p...

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  • Ole Olsen Memorial Theatre, Inc

    About Us Ole Olsen was born John Siguard Olsen on November 6, 1892, in Peru, Indiana. He graduated from Northwestern University in 1912 with a degree in music and hit the Vaudeville circuit. In 1914 he met Chic Johnson, who was advertising himself as the "Greatest Ragti...

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  • The Circus Hall of Fame

    In 1981, a group of Peru citizens learned that the Circus Hall of Fame in Sarasota, Florida, was for sale. Founded in 1857, the Hall of Fame attracted 80,000 visitors a year until 1979 when the leased land on which it stood was sold. A circus enthusiast eager to keep the art...

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  • Sugar Creek Art Center

    About Us Established August 1, 2005, offering original art for purchase and encouraging artistic expression. Providing cultural enrichment for the “Joy of Life”. We are Not-for-profit organization, Private, Non-tax-supported. The Centers' support is derived ...

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  • SullivanMunce Cultural Center

    Sullivan Munce Cultural Center, including the Sullivan Museum, Genealogy Library, and Munce Art Center, features a wide range of exhibits, events and programs to celebrate the culture of a historic town where the past is preserved and the future is embraced. We invite you to...

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  • South Newton Middle/Sr. Art Dept.

    The art department website showcases students in action, student work and course materials....

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  • Carmel Symphony Orchestra

    About us: Founded in 1975 as a community orchestra, the CSO has grown into a full arts organization with an 85-member orchestra, a professional administrative and artistic staff, and a talented and dedicated governing board. The CSO has earned a regional reputation for excel...

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  • General Lew Wallace Study and Museum

    The General Lew Wallace Study & Museum, formerly known as the Ben-Hur Museum, is located in Crawfordsville, Indiana. The Lew Wallace Study was built in 1880 by Major General Lew Wallace, Civil War general & author of Ben-Hur. The General Lew Wallace Study and Museum ...

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  • Red Barn Summer Theatre
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  • The Center for the Performing Arts

    Mission:  The mission of the Center for the Performing Arts is to welcome, engage, inspire, and transform through compelling performing arts experiences in a world class environment. About Us: Starting with grand opening of the Palladium in January 2011, the Center f...

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  • Carmel Community Players

    Carmel Community Players is Carmel, Indiana's oldest and most prestigious community theater. Our home is the Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace located at  Carmel. CCP was founded in 1993 by a group of individuals interested in presenting live community theater ...

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  • Museum of Miniature Houses

    The Museum is a not-for-profit organization founded in 1991 by Suzanne Moffett, Suzanne Landshof and Nancy Lesh. It is a member of the American Association of Museums and the Association of Indiana Museums. Museum of Miniature Houses is a fantastic place for adults and child...

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  • Creative Escape
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  • Sugar Creek Players

    Wabash College was the site of the premier appearance of the Sugar Creek Players. Formed by a group of community members who wanted to revive live, local theater, the Sugar Creek Players debuted "You Can't Take It With You" in the summer of 1971. The players spent several ye...

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  • Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre

    Our Mission To foster a love of theatre through imagination, education, and participation. Indianapolis Civic Theatre is the largest of more than 70 Indiana community theatres and one of the ten largest of over 7,000 active community theatres in the United States. Civic a...

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  • Covered Bridge Art Gallery

    About Us Welcome to the Covered Bridge Art Gallery. This was once a department store and was built in 1877. The gallery is located on the north side of the square in Rockville, Indiana. Approximately 30 local artists hang in the gallery, and many have individual booths. Th...

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  • Prairie Arts Council

    The Prairie Arts Council  (PAC) was formed in 1992 when the newly named Carnegie Center became available as a home location. PAC would have space for an office, an art gallery and storage. The building was opened in 1905 as the Rensselaer Public library funded with $10,000 ...

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  • Lorraine Theatre

    It all started in 1922 when A.B. McCollum built the Lorraine as a silent film and vaudeville theatre. The theatre stage was built with a flyaway with over seven backdrops. The dressing areas were on either side of the stage. The only air conditioning was done with oscillatin...

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  • Vermilion County Museum

    History The true house Museum is housed in a home built by pioneer physician William Fithian, who in his time, served as prairie legislator, horseback doctor, Civil War surgeon and personal friend of Abraham Lincoln. Dr. Fithian and Lincoln became friends when they both ser...

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  • Vermilion County War Museum

    Mission:We provide this museum proudly and openly for the public. Please help us with our mission. - Education - Awareness - Service - Honoring and Remembering About us: The Vermilion County War Museum occupies almost 14,000 square feet, and displays me...

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  • Carroll County Historical Museum

    During the early part of the 1900s many things were being done in Carroll County - among them a new modern courthouse was built; a historical society formed; and through their efforts a room for a museum was established in the courthouse. A call was issued to the people to b...

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  • Art Museum Of Greater Lafayette

    History: The institution that is the present Art Museum of Greater Lafayette began on April 14, 1909, when twenty-five citizens came together to found the Lafayette Art Association in response to the “general awakening of art interests all over (the) country and state...

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  • Civic Theatre Of Greater Lafayette

    About Civic Theatre of Greater Lafayette: For more than 75 seasons, Civic Theatre has been part of Lafayette's social life. It has grown and thrived entirely through the efforts of those hundreds and hundreds of people who generously have given their time and talents. Civi...

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  • Kokomo Symphonic Society

    Mission: As a community cultural resource, the Kokomo Symphonic Society, Inc. (KSS) is organized to cultivate, nurture and enhance the cultural climate of Kokomo, Howard County and the surrounding region by providing musical programs and experiences that are informative, edu...

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  • Tipton Community Theatre

    The purpose of Tipton Community Theatre is to provide a means for Tipton and the surrounding communities to experience and participate in live theater; present productions that will serve to entertain the people of our communities; to seek ways to enhance the cultural enviro...

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  • Tipton Community Theatre

    The purpose of Tipton Community Theatre is to provide a means for Tipton and the surrounding communities to experience and participate in live theater; present productions that will serve to entertain the people of our communities; to seek ways to enhance the cultural enviro...

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  • Back To The Fifties Festival Inc
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  • Thorntown Heritage Museum
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