Greenfield Banking Co. to present carnival for kids
GREENFIELD — Greenfield Banking Co. will host a carnival for kids under 12 from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday in the lot between the bank and Culver’s, 1920 N. State St. On hand will be a tent, a bounce house, games, a dunk tank, face-painting and other child-friendly entertainment. Children must be accompanied by an adult.
Carthage planning Summerfest events
CARTHAGE — The Blue River Community Harvest of Carthage will host its annual Summerfest Fundraiser from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in downtown Carthage. The Mill Street and Community Center festivities include more than 20 arts and crafts vendors, BOJO’s pork barbecue and homemade desserts, a 5K run/walk, bike tour, musical entertainment and more. The event benefits the Blue River Community Harvest Food Pantry. A donation station will be available for those who wish to donate canned food or nonperishable items. For more information about the bike tour or to register for the 5K run/walk, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jennifer Cochrane at 317-696-0785.
Watercolors on display in Greenfield gallery
GREENFIELD — The artwork of watercolorist Rebekah Arvin will be on display in Greenfield Banking Co.’s Main Office Art Gallery during August. Arvin discovered her talents at the age of 10 and took classes at the Herron School of Art. Although she has worked with all media, her favorite is watercolor. Her subject matter includes landscapes, flowers, birds and some portraits. The gallery is on the second floor of the bank, 1920 N. State St., and is open to the public during business hours.
Ray Bradbury exhibit heading to IUPUI
INDIANAPOLIS — In conjunction with 95th anniversary of the birth of sci-fi writer Ray Bradbury, the center for Ray Bradbury Studies at IUPUI will present a free exhibit. “Miracles of Rare Device: Treasures of the Center for Ray Bradbury Studies” is open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through Aug. 28 in the Cultural Arts Gallery, 420 University Blvd. on the IUPUI campus in Indianapolis. The exhibit features art, artifacts, books and rare magazines from Bradbury’s collection and estate. Visit news.iupui.edu for more information.