Free Fun – March 17

Celtic music duo plan concert, discussion at county library

GREENFIELD — Emily Ann and Kelly Thompson will present a Celtic concert from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Monday at the Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie Road. The Thompsons will demonstrate distinguishing characteristics between Irish, Scottish and Cape Breton music and discuss the Celtic influence on early American and bluegrass songs.

Register at hcplibrary.org.

Artist’s work on display at Greenfield Banking Company

GREENFIELD — Dr. Robert Bratton’s artwork will be on display in Greenfield Banking Company’s Art Gallery, 1920 N. State St., now through the end of April. Bratton is a native of Kokomo and has been a practicing dentist in Carmel for 47 years. Without formal training in art, he has taken adult education classes, workshops, and studied watercolor with Rosemarie Southworth and J. Anna Roberts. He is a Cardinal Fellow and current president of the Watercolor Society of Indiana and has won numerous awards including Best Scene for Watercolor in the Hoosier Salon. The gallery is open to the public during normal business hours.

High school art teachers show off work at exhibit

GREENFIELD — The artwork of Greenfield-Central High School art teachers Lisa Sears and Jeff Weiland are among the pieces being exhibited in the Teachers as Artists exhibit showing now through April 29 at the Creative Arts and Event Center, 2 W. Main St. Also exhibiting are local teachers James Jahrsdoerfer, a Knightstown art teacher, Clyde Gaw and Nikki Gardner, New Palestine High School art educators and Cathleen Huffman, high abilities coach at Eastern Hancock. The show is open during business hours.

Celebrate 100 years of state’s parks with GO! discover game

INDIANA — Discover the hidden treasures of Indiana’s state parks during their centennial year celebration by taking part in the SPR GO! Game. The game is similar to bingo. Players must find game codes at designated locations on the state park and reservoir properties and record them on their game cards. Completing five spaces in a row, column or diagonal qualifies the player for prizes that include annual park entrance passes, gift cards for Indiana State Park inns and lodges.