‘Downton Abbey’ themed tea set at public library
GREENFIELD — Join Donna Yarema, owner of Teapots ‘n’ Treasures, for tea time with a Downton Abbey theme from 6 to 8 p.m. Wednesday at Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie, Greenfield. Yarema will discuss the properties and benefits of various teas, along with brewing temperature and times. Participants can sip several teas and herbals from a self-serve tea bar and try a Downton Abbey brew blended especially for the library. Register at hcplibrary.org.
Irvington Presbyterian to host ‘Night at the Opera’
IRVINGTON — Irvington Presbyterian Church, 55 Johnson Ave., Irvington, will play host to drama and music by famous classical composers in “Night at the Opera” at 6 p.m. Sunday. Pizza and fellowship will follow the concert. Call 317-356-7225 or visit irvpresby.org for more information.
Rocky Ripple Festival art fair set in Indianapolis
ROCKY RIPPLE — Attend the 16th annual Rocky Ripple Festival in the Park from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Rocky Ripple Park, 840 W. 53rd St., Indianapolis. The festival features art exhibitors including oil, acrylic and water color paintings; sketches; sculpture and pottery; poetry; short stories; custom jewelry; handmade soaps and scents; apparel; candles; wood working and collector magnets. Musical groups will perform throughout the day. The Community Association and Veterans Association will sell a variety of food offerings. Beer and wine at the festival are provided by the Broad Ripple Brewpub. Visit rockyripple.org for more information.
View supermoon lunar eclipse, a first since ’82
YOUR BACKYARD — Sunday night’s sky will feature not only a super-moon (a full moon on the night that the moon’s elliptical orbit brings it closest to the Earth), but also a lunar eclipse beginning at 9:07 p.m. This is the first super-moon lunar eclipse since 1982 and the last one until 2033. Visit earthsky.org for more information.