“Well I guess some like it hot. But personally I prefer classical music myself.” — Joe/Josephine, pretending to be a rich oil man in order to seduce Sugar Kane in the movie, “Some Like It Hot”
WHO LIKES IT THIS HOT?
I mean, honestly, 105 degrees? Again?
HOW HOT IS IT?
So hot I’m not even gonna write anything today.
Electron Pencil event listings: Music, art, movies, lectures, parties, receptions, games, benefits, plays, meetings, fairs, conspiracies, rituals, etc.
◗ IU Lee Norvelle Theater — Children’s musical, “The True Story of the 3 Little Pigs,” presented by Indiana Festival Theater; 11am
◗ IU Dowling International Center — English Conversation Club, for non-native speakers of American English; 1pm
◗ Monroe Lake, Paynetown SRA — Heritage Days, reenactors portray eras from the 1760s to the 1890s; 2pm
◗ Discardia — Drop-in paper crafting with instructor Laurel Bender; 5-8pm
◗ By Hand Gallery — Opening reception, art exhibit, Nature Play by Sara Steffey McQueen; 5-8pm
◗ Thrive — Opening reception, art exhibit, Mori Coe paintings & drawings; 5-8pm
◗ Ivy Tech Waldron Center — Opening reception, art exhibits, Clare Swallow, Dale Gardner, Sarah Wain, Jessica Lucas, Alex Straiker; 5-8pm
◗ The Venue Fine Arts & Gifts — Opening reception, art exhibit, crystalline glazed ceramic creations by Adam Egenolf; 6pm
◗ IU Art Museum — Jazz in July series, Andy Cobine Trio; 6:30pm
◗ Muddy Boots Cafe, Nashville — Rusty Muskett; 7-9pm — Steve Thomas; 9:30-11:30pm
◗ IU Auer Hall — Summer Music Series, piano academy student duet recital; 7-9pm
◗ Bloomington Speedway — JD Byrider Night, sprint cars, UMP modifieds & superstocks: 7:30pm
◗ IU Wells-Metz Theatre — “The Taming of the Shrew”; 7:30pm
◗ Max’s Place — The Groundsmen; 7:30pm
◗ IU Memorial Union — Recreational folk dancing; 7:30-10:30pm
◗ The Player’s Pub — Justin Case Band; 8pm
◗ Cafe Django — Milestones Jazz Quintet; 8pm
◗ The Comedy Attic — Ryan Singer; 8 & 10:30pm
◗ The Bluebird — Randy Houser; 9pm
◗ Ivy Tech Waldron Center — Exhibit, “I’m Too Young For This @#!%” by John D. Shearer; through July 30th
◗ IU Art Museum — Exhibit, “Urban Landscape: A Selection of Papercuts by Qiao Xiaoguang; through August 12th — Exhibit, wildlife artist William Zimmerman; through September 9th — Exhibit, David Hockney, new acquisitions; through October 21st
◗ IU SoFA Grunwald Gallery — Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show; through July 21st, 11am
◗ Monroe County History Center — Photo exhibit, “Bloomington: Then and Now” by Bloomington Fading; through October 27th