Film historian to show rare movie with Indiana actress
GREENFIELD — Film historian Eric Grayson presents a rare 1934 movie, “Bolero,” featuring Indiana actress Carole Lombard, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. May 5 at Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie Road.
Grayson’s credits include restoration of the 1954 team films from Milan High School, the inspiration for the film “Hoosiers.”
He is working on the restoration of a 1918 film version of “Little Orphant Annie.”
This free event is part of a library series celebrating Indiana’s bicentennial. Sign up at hcplibrary.org or call 462-5141, ext. 240.
Don’t miss out exercising civic duty: Stop by the polls
GREENFIELD — The Indiana primary lets you have a say in the future of your city, your county, your state and your country from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday.
Visit indianavoters.in.gov for more information about polling locations and who’s running for office.
Take a Bikes in Bloom tour around downtown Greenfield
GREENFIELD — More than 25 themed and decorated bikes are on display throughout downtown Greenfield now through May 20 as part of Greenfield Main Street’s Bikes in Bloom.
Visit Greenfield Main Street on Facebook for a map of bike locations.
Bloomington to feature handmade mini-market
BLOOMINGTON — More than 30 artists, makers and crafters from around Bloomington will assemble at Fountain Square Mall, 101 W. Kirkwood, for the spring Handmade Mini Market from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday. Screen printers, metal smiths and other artists will be selling original and handcrafted work.
The event is free and open to the public with free parking located in the attached Fourth Street Parking Garage and street parking near the downtown square.
For more information, go to bloomingtonhandmademarket.com.