GREENFIELD — The Cool City Band provides the entertainment at Fall That Jazz, a fundraiser for the Nameless Creek Youth Camp. The event takes place from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday at the Hawk’s Tail Golf Club, 145 S. Morristown Pike. Tickets are available for $40, which includes a buffet, two drink tickets and a chance at door prizes, at namelesscreekyouthcamp.com.

GREENFIELD — The photography of Nancy and Mark Leslie will be on display through December at Greenfield Banking Company’s Art Gallery, located on the second floor of the 1920 N. State St. location. The Leslies share a passion for photography, but each sees the world differently. Where Mark tends to focus on technology and the beauty of man-made objects, Nancy finds beauty in nature and historic architecture. As Greenfield residents, Nancy is president of Hancock County Arts Council and Secretary of Greenfield Historic Landmarks. Both have received national, state and local awards. To view the Leslies’ artwork, check out their website at 27thfloor.com. The gallery at Greenfield Banking Company is open during business hours. Visit gbcbank.com/art-gallery.htm.

GREENFIELD — The Hancock County Extension Homemakers’ Holiday Bazaar opens at 9 a.m. and runs through 3 p.m. Saturday at the Hancock County Fairgrounds, 620 N. Apple St. Admission is free. Featured items include baked goods, jewelry, scrapbooking supplies, Christmas decorations, quilts and wood crafts. Lunch will be served.

BLOOMINGTON — The Stone Mill Market, 1525 S. Rogers Street, announces Nov. 4 for the next upscale flea market. Open to the public from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Stone Mill Market opens four times a year to feature a variety of local vendors offering art, jewelry, vintage items, antiques, clothing, furniture, books and food The Stone Mill Market is presented and hosted by the Bloomington Herald-Times. Admission is $1. Visit stonemillmarket.com for information.

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INDIANAPOLIS — The Spirit and Place Festival runs Nov. 5 to 12 with 37 events at 32 venues during the 10-day period. More than 70 speakers and performers from the areas of art, music and theater will present at 32 venues throughout the city. For a complete listing of free events, visit spiritandplace.org.