Indiana Pacers read children’s stories weekly
INDIANAPOLIS — If you haven’t taken advantage of the Call-a-Pacer storyline from the Marion County Public Library, now is the time.
Call 317-275-4444 to hear a different Pacer and a different story each week. Visit the library website at impcl.org for the schedule of readers and stories.
Baseball fans welcome at library for ballpark fun
GREENFIELD — Monday is opening day of baseball season.
Teens are invited to celebrate at the Hancock County Public Library at 4 p.m. by watching a game, eating ballpark food and making a bracelet out of an old baseball.
Contact the library at 462-5141, ext. 225, for more information or to register.
Museums art collection made searchable online
INDIANAPOLIS — More than 51,000 objects from the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s permanent collection now are available online at the museum’s website.
The new database has been revamped for speed and a more positive user experience with high-quality images available for personal, scholarly or commercial use.
Many of the three-dimensional works feature multiple views for a unique experience for online viewers. Visit the collections database at collection.imamuseum.org.
March Madness brings events to downtown Indy
INDIANAPOLIS — Stop worrying about your busted bracket and head to downtown Indy to soak up some March Madness from Friday through Monday.
Events to take place include the AT&T Block Party from 3 to 10 p.m. Friday, a musical performance from Rhianna on Saturday, and the Zac Brown Band and Lady Antebellum on Sunday. Check out these and other events at ncaa.com/marchmadness/musicfest.