Postings for May 26, 2018 Full Month View
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  All Day Singles Dance hosted by Darke County Singles Group  

Singles Dance - hosted by Darke County Singles Group Saturday, May 26, 2018 8p -11p VFW (post 7262) Ballroom 219 N Ohio St Greenville OH 45331 Dance to the music of John Stanley and "Cotton" band, a long time favorite from Vandalia OH. "Cotton" will be playing all types of music - classic rock n roll, country, oldies, Motown and much more.. Open to the Public - 21 and older Admission $6.00 Info: call or text Phyllis 937-901-3969

  n/a n/a Transforming the Night  

An Evening of Live Art with the Alternatives to Violence Project: Phil English, Tin Cup, and Patchwork Moonlight will be playing an open concert as a part of the Alternatives to Violence Project Annual National Gathering. Come out and enjoy an evening with Live Music, Story Telling and Fire Dancing. Van Temple will also be presenting a spoken word piece, and there will be a fire and Acro Yoga performance from the local troupe: Imagine Motion. Join us for a night of art at Jack Elstro Plaza!The event is free and open to the public.

  12:00AM n/a Bowling for Veterans   Grab your Friends! Go Bowling! Have Fun! Support America’s Service Men and Women this Memorial Day Weekend during our “Bowl for Freedom” event. Starting Saturday, May 26th and running through Monday, May 28th, Richmond 40 Bowl will be donating 50% of bowling proceeds to the BVL Organization (
  12:30PM 2:00PM Tree-rific Leaves   "Tree"rific Leaves! Learn about trees and leaves and make a bookmark to take home during this program. We will talk about some of Indiana’s native trees, go out on a hike to try and identify some of these trees, and make a bookmark by using the leaves we collect during the hike to make leaf prints. Date: Saturday, May 26 Time: 12:30PM-2:00PM Place: CEC Fee: Free, Donations Accepted Registration: Walk-In
  7:00PM 8:30PM Life After Hate  

The Keynote Speaker for the Alternatives to Violence Project USA National Conference, Sammy Rangel, will speak at Wilkinson Theatre at Earlham College. This event is open to the public. There is no fee, but all donations will go to Mr. Rangel's organization, Life After Hate. Please check out their organization online to learn more about their work to end hate and build communities based on compassion and healing.