To celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Earlham College, Indiana University East, and the Richmond NAACP will host renowned civil rights and personal injury attorney Benjamin Crump. Crump has worked on some of the most high-profile cases in the US, representing the families of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, and Stephon Clark, among others.
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Come create a beautiful Christmas Centerpiece at The Barn at Helm.You will select from fresh pines, pine cones, candles, ribbon, various twigs and bling and flowers. You'll even get to select your own reusable container. You will make a unique one of a kind arrangement - not a cookie cutter design! The cost is $39 per person and comes with all supplies you will need and step by step instructions.
A holiday twist on Sip & Chat! This month, we will enjoy each other's company while creating a small token of appreciation for staff members, board members, or that special supporter who has helped you through a tough year. Come decorate a few cookies for those special people in your nonprofit life while hanging out with your nonprofit buddies.
Guy Penrod is performing on his Christmas Tour at First Assembly of God in Richmond, IN. Tickets for entry are $20.
In conjunction with the 4th Floor Blues Club, Nettle Creek Players is proud to present Murder at the Howard Johnson. This will be Richmond, Indiana's first Professionals Dinner Theater. The show starts at 7:30pm and the buffet opens at 6:00pm
A Not So Silent Night is a fundraising event in support of the Richmond Christmas Fund. Held in a unique setting that blends stylish elegance with a festive atmosphere, the event features a delectable selection of food and drink, spectacular live and silent auction items, and top notch entertainment.
Are you ready for the second annual Couch Shopping event? Join in on Wednesday, December 1st and Friday, December 10th at 5:00 pm on Facebook Live Wayne County businesses are highlighted and what they have for sale this holiday season. You'll be able to shop along and support these businesses without ever getting out of the house!
Christmas could be a time of rest and a chance to participate in holiday traditions for some of America’s enslaved persons, but for others, it was viewed as a time for resistance and even an opportunity to plan escapes.Join Robert E. May of Purdue University for a conversation about his book, Yuletide in Dixie: Slavery, Christmas and Southern Memory, which explains how the holiday season was a chance for freedom.* Tickets are $5/person. Registration required by 5 p.m. on Nov.
Join Generations Grill for a Halloween party with live music by Cameron Parks, costume judging and packed full of fun! Must be 21 years of age, $5 entry.
Collections Manager Kerry George take you behind the scenes of the museums collections storage. Learn about artifacts most people will never get to see!