Preservation Road Show making stop in Indiana
INDIANAPOLIS — Celebrate National Preservation Week by attending the Preservation Week Road Show at the Indiana History Center, 450 W. Ohio St., to learn about the value of your family’s historic objects and how to best care for and preserve them. Professionals will be on hand to provide one-on-one consultations with guests about objects. Guests register for specific time slots during the road show and may choose from a wide list of experts to evaluate their items. Free programs will be offered throughout the day. Free admission includes parking and the Indiana Experience. To reserve your time slot, call 317-232-1882.
Vintage RV show comes to local campground
GREENFIELD — S&H Campground, 2573 W. County Road 100N, is hosting the Central Indiana Vintage RV Show this weekend. Come and learn how the RV has evolved through the years. Enjoy free live music, a fishing contest, a bean-bag tournament, free face painting and bingo. A restaurant on the grounds will serve meals to attendees. The Family Fun Park and Activity Center also will be open. Visit sandhcampground.com for more information.
Celebrate Earth Day at White River State Park
INDIANAPOLIS — The 25th Annual Earth Day Festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday at White River State Park. This event has grown to be one of the nation’s largest Earth Day events for promoting sustainability, environmental protection and resource conservation, and features 130 environmental and conservation exhibits, live music, food and special activities for kids. Visit earthdayindiana.org for more information.
Presentation examines history of Indy theaters
INDIANAPOLIS — Bill Kirtley and Barry Allen will present a program entitled “The Golden Age of Indianapolis Theaters” at 7:30 tonight at Clowes Memorial Hall on the campus of Butler University. The program will begin with a video welcome from Howard Caldwell, Indianapolis TV personality and author, followed by a presentation looking back at various theaters in Indianapolis that impacted generations of performing arts patrons. Visit cloweshall.org for more information.