The Pencil Events:

Electron Pencil event listings: Music, art, movies, lectures, parties, receptions, benefits, plays, meetings, fairs, conspiracies, rituals, etc.

Thursday, May  17, 2012

American Red Cross, Monroe County Chapter — Used books and media sale; 9am-4pm

Lower Cascades ParkRibbon-cutting ceremony for new Cascades Park Trail; 10:30am

Sembower FieldIU Baseball vs. Ohio State; 3pm

City HallBloomington Bikes Week: Bike Commuter 101; 6pm

Bear’s PlaceUt Haus Jazz Septet 22nd anniversary concert; 5:30pm

Ut Haus Et Al

◗ IU Old National Bank Art GalleryArt, opening reception, “Hands of Time,” exhibit of photographic images of hands through the generations; 5:30-7:30pm

The Player’s PubBuilt for Comfort; 6:30pm

Farm Bloomington, Root Cellar — Ryder Film Series, “The Fairy”; 6:30pm

Buskirk-Chumley Theater“Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn”; 7pm

Monroe County History CenterRon Bell speaks about early limestone quarries in South Central Indiana; 7pm

IU CinemaFilm, “Sound of Noise”; 7pm

IU AuditoriumRiverdance; 7:30pm

Max’s PlaceSong Writer’s Select with host DW Brykalski; 8pm

Cafe DjangoJeff Isaac Trio jazz standards; 8-10pm

The BluebirdNew Old Cavalry; 8pm

Comedy AtticEric Andre; 8pm

Bear’s PlaceKaraoke; 9pm

The BishopTim Smiley and the Patience; 9:30pm


IU Mathers Museum of World CulturesExhibits, “Blended Harmonies: Music and Religion in Nepal”; through July 1st — “Esse Quam Videri (To Be, Rather than To Be Seen): Muslim Self Portraits; through June 17th — “From the Big Bang to the World Wide Web: The Origins of Everything”; through July 1st

IU Kinsey Institute GalleryExhibit, “Man as Object: Reversing the Gaze”; through June 29th

◗ Ivy Tech Waldron Arts Center Exhibits at various galleries: Angela Hendrix-Petry, Benjamin Pines, Nate Johnson, and Yang Chen; all through May 29th

Trinity Episcopal ChurchArt exhibit, “Creation,” collaborative mosaic tile project; through May 31st

Monroe County Public LibraryArt exhibit, “Muse Whisperings,” water color paintings by residents of Sterling House; through May 31st

Monroe County History CenterPhoto exhibit, “Bloomington: Then and Now” by Bloomington Fading; through October 27th

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