ArtsPark hosts display of 3-D works
INDIANAPOLIS — Installation Nation, an exhibition of site-specific installation art by 12 artists and two school groups, will be on display on the open grounds of the Indianapolis Art Center’s ArtsPark from Friday through July 11.
Installation art is defined as an artistic genre of 3-D works that are designed to transform the perception of a given space.
There will be an opening reception with music, food and beverages from 6 to 10 p.m.
Local parks make city-sized bingo game
GREENFIELD — The Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department has devised a monthlong bingo game designed to get residents out into Greenfield city parks and locations.
Cards and codes can be downloaded at greenfieldin.org. The idea is to visit different locations in Greenfield, locate the code and use it to complete your bingo card.
Game cards can be scanned and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, dropped off at the administration office, faxed to 317-477-4341 or mailed to the office, 280 N. Apple St. Cards must be received by July 2.
Library planning family game event
NEW PALESTINE — Kids and families are invited to participate in larger-than-life games from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Monday at the Hancock County Public Library’s Sugar Creek Branch.
Play over-sized Angry Birds, Scrabble, Yahtzee and Kerplunk on the lawn. There also will be stacks of classic games and refreshments inside.
Register each person attending at hcplibrary.org, or call 861-6618, ext. 313.
Instrumentalists to play at courthouse square
GREENFIELD — The three-man group, New Odyssey, will be on the courthouse square for Entertainment on the Plaza at 7 p.m. Friday.
Attendees are invited to bring lawn chairs and enjoy the free concert.
New Odyssey begins its show with 30 instruments placed on the stage, and they play them all before the night is over. The group’s song set includes everything from Frankie Valli to the Beatles to Iron Butterfly to Flatt and Scruggs.