DAILY JOURNAL BRIDAL SHOW, noon to 3 p.m. Jan. 29, Valle Vista Country Club, 775 E. Main St., Greenwood, booths, food samples, prizes, vendors from limousine services, florists, venues, catering companies, cake companies, spas and stylists, photography and more; information: 317-736-2730.
VALENTINE’S DAY DINNER DANCE, 6 p.m. Feb. 10, Greenwood VFW 5864, 333 S. Washington St., prime rib dinner will include baked potato, green beans, salad, roll and butter. The dinner starts at 6 p.m. and ends at 8 p.m. Entertainment will be by the Luke Carol Project. Tickets for this event are $20 per person. There also will be door prizes, 50/50’s, and a Bottle Toss. Valentine’s Day photos will be taken for donations. Tickets are available at the Post after 2 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Plan to stop by and enjoy a great meal and meet some new people in a non-smoking atmosphere with comfortable seating. If you have any questions, please call the VFW at 317-888-2488.
PARENT/CHILD VALENTINE’S DANCE, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 10, Greenwood Community Center, 100 Surina Way, featuring DJ Mama Mia Friday, tickets are $5 per couple (one adult and one child), additional person is $1; greenwood.in.gov/parks
Arts & crafts
DAVID WOLSKE: ‘LEXICOLOGY,’ LECTURE, EXHIBIT, 7 p.m., Feb. 14, Henderson Conference Room, Johnson Center for Fine Arts, Franklin College, 101 Branigin Blvd. A reception will follow the lecture. Wolske teaches typography, graphic design, letterpress printing and book arts classes and workshops across the United States. He emphysizes handset wood and metal type but also incorporates digital tools, computer software and design thinking into a manual workflow that draws heavily on the traditions of letterpress and fine art printmaking. The art department will showcase his work from Feb. 14 through March 23 at the Johnson Center for Fine Arts. Wolske received a Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art from Marian University and a Master of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from Indiana University.
SOUTHSIDE ART LEAGUE JANUARY SHOW: CHARLENE BROWN, through Jan. 31, Southside Art League, Inc. (SALI) Off Broadway Gallery, 299 E. Broadway St., Greenwood; original drawings in various media and oil paintings — many for sale; Brown is an award-winning artist and teaches drawing and painting to youth and adults out of her home studio in Carmel; numerous awards from Hoosier Salon, Indiana Heritage Arts, the Indiana Artists Club and the Richmond Art Museum. Gallery open during regular hours 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday; or by appointment at any other time. Meet Brown during the SALI open house at 6 p.m. Jan. 13. Light refreshments will be served. Information: 317-882-5562
SOUTHSIDE ART LEAGUE FEBRUARY SHOW: ‘ATAVISM DISPLAYED: GRANDFATHER’S GIFT PERSISTS,’ month of February, Southside Art League, Inc. (SALI) Off Broadway Gallery, 299 E. Broadway St., Greenwood; exhibition by artist Patricia A. Good Payne; native Hoosier, resides in Indianapolis; career work includes work with commercial arts, studies at workshops lead by master artists around the country, lifetime hobby of photography stimulates compositions in water color and acrylics. Memberships include Southside Art League, Hoosier Salon, Watercolor Society of Indiana, and Central Indiana Writers Association and is an Oblate with Our Lady of Grace Monastery, Beech Grove. Regular gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Wednesday to Saturday. Call to arrange for viewing by appointment at another time. Public is invited to meet Payne during an open house at SALI, 2-5 p.m. Feb. 5. Light refreshments will be served. Sales will benefit Southside Art League, Our Lady of Grace Monastery and Indiana Conference of United Methodist Women.
TRAFALGAR LIBRARY SELECTED SHORTS READING DISCUSSION, noon-1p.m., Feb. 10, Trafalgar library, 424 N. Tower St., listen to a short story and have a brief discussion; poetry of Maya Angelou and LangstonHughes; pageafterpage.org/programs
TRAFALGAR LIBRARY NOVELS & NOSH BOOK DISCUSSION, 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feb. 28, Trafalgar library, 424 S. Tower St., upcoming dates and topics: diverse reads; pageafterpage.org/programs
CLARK PLEASANT BOOK AND MOVIE DISCUSSION, 5:30 p.m., Feb. 1, Clark Pleasant Library, 530 Tracy Road, Suite 250, New Whiteland, discussion of “The Biography of Malcome X,” by Alex Haley, free, pagefterpage.org, 317-535-6206
MYSTERY BOOK CLUB, 1 p.m. Feb. 6, Greenwood library, 310 S. Meridian St., free discussion of “Touch & Go,” by Lisa Gardner, 317-881-1953, greenwoodlibrary.us
STOUT STORIES, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6, Mashcraft Brewing, free, discussion of “A Girl of the Limberlost,” by Gene Stratton-Porter; pageafterpage.org
CLARK PLEASANT BRANCH PIZZA AND PAGES BOOK DISCUSSION FOR TEENS, 6 p.m. Feb. 7, pageafterpage.org, free, discussion of “March,” by John Lewis, 317-535-6206 for more information
WELL RED BOOK CLUB, 6 p.m. Feb. 8, Vino Villa, 200 N Madison Ave., Greenwood, do you love two of life’s great pleasures…wine and reading? If so, the Well Red book club is for you! Join in discussing books that touch on a little bit of everything from pop culture to the literary. First meeting discussion will be of “Big Little Lies,” by Liane Moriarty. Subsequent meetings 6 p.m. second Wednesday of the month at the restaurant. If you need to borrow a copy of this month’s book, stop by the second floor desk at the library. Register in person, online, or by calling 317-885-5036. For those 21 and older. Wine and food purchases at your own discretion. Registration is required.
I HEART YA BOOK CLUB, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 15, Greenwood library, 310 S. Meridian St., free, discussion of “Unhooked” by Lisa Maxwell, for teens and adults, 881-1953, greenwoodlibrary.us
FRANKLIN PAGE-TURNERS BOOK DISCUSSION, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 20, Franklin library, 401 State St., free, discussion of “The Boston Girl,” by Anita Diamant pageafterpage.org
MONDAY NIGHT BOOK CLUB, 7 p.m. Feb. 20, White River library, 1664 Library Blvd., Greenwood, discussion of “Defending Jacob,” by William Landay, 317-885-1330, pageafterpage.org
PURDUE EXTENSION DINING WITH DIABETES CLASSES, 6 to 8 p.m. Feb. 1 and 2, Purdue Extension Johnson County, 484 N. Morton St., Franklin; free class; program includes information on planning meals and snacks with delicious sand healthy recipes, cooking demonstration sand food sampling, motivation and support, ideas for being more active, an understanding of how diabetes affects overall health; call for post-deadline availability, 317-736-3724 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
COOKING FOR 1 OR 2 MADE EASY, 6 p.m. Feb. 14, White River library, 1664 Library Blvd., Greenwood; Purdue Extension program, call library to register 317-885-1330
JOHNSON COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY FREE ONLINE COURSES, Patrons can access thousands of online courses in Microsoft Office, Photoshop, web design, business, marketing and more at no cost. The Lynda.com video library offers users a chance to grow skills in graphic design, computer programming, photography and video. Software includes Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access and Outlook, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign, Google Apps, iMovie and Final Cut Pro. Visit pageafterpage.org/lynda to log in and create a Lynda.com account.
MODERN WESTERN SQUARE DANCING, 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays, Rivers of Life Fellowship, 1962 Old Meridian St., Greenwood, $4 per lesson per person; first two lessons are free; those interested should email email@example.com, or call 881-4719 or 694-4711; greenwoodmerrymixers.com; facebook.com/greenwoodmerrymixers
INTERMEDIATE BALLROOM DANCE LESSONS, 7 to 9 p.m. Thursdays, Riolo Dance Studio, 502 N. Capitol Ave. (second floor), Indianapolis; $10 to $15, no partner needed; advanced American style smooth and rhythm group classes; riolodance.com, 490-6739
BALLROOM DANCES, 7:30 p.m. Saturdays, Riolo Dance Studio, 502 N. Capitol Ave. (second floor), Indianapolis, $10 to $12, lesson at 7:30 p.m., open dancing 8:30 to 10:30 p.m., all skill levels and abilities welcome; no partner needed; refreshments available; riolodance.com
MAKER SATURDAY: CHEMICAL REACTIONS, noon Jan. 28, Greenwood library, 310 S. Meridian St., join the Teen Advisory Board to learn all about chemical reactions. Demonstrations will be held every half an hour starting at noon. All are encouraged to attend; greenwoodlibrary.us
100TH CELEBRATION, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 6, Greenwood library, 310 S. Meridian St., Greenwood library is turning 100! Join in celebrating 100 years of GPL with guest speakers, snacks, and a few surprises! All are welcome.
FAMILY FILM FESTIVAL: ‘THE JUNGLE BOOK,’ 6 p.m. Feb. 16, Greenwood library, 310 S. Meridian St., Disney’s remake of “The Jungle Book;” after a threat from the tiger Shere Khan forces him to flee the jungle, a man-cub named Mowgli embarks on a journey of self discovery with the help of panther, Bagheera, and free spirited bear, Baloo. 106 min | Rated PG; greenwoodlibrary.us
Fundraisers and Galas
GREENWOOD KIWANIS CLUB COOK-OFF CHILI SUPPER, 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., Jan. 27, Greenwood United Methodist Church, 525 N. Madison Ave., $7 attendees will get all the chili they can eat — with all the fixings — along with cornbread, dessert, and a beverage. Children 8 and under can have a hot dog, chips, dessert, and a beverage for $3. Those who attend can also vote for their favorite chili, and the winner will receive a trophy. All proceeds from the dinner will go to Riley Hospital, and there will also be a silent auction to fund our three area high school scholarships.
PUPPY PAWLOOZA, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Feb. 25, Center Grove Middle School North, 202 N. Morgantown Road, Greenwood, families and their dogs welcome to attend, enjoy a variety of pet vendors selling unique dog items, a pet photographer, animal communicator, prizes and much more! Animal rescues will be present with dogs available for adoption. Proceeds benefit Gateway Services of Johnson County. For more information: Gateway Services 317-738-5500, gatewayarc.com; facebook.com/puppypawlooza
TRAFALGAR COUNTRY GARDENERS, 2 p.m. Jan. 26, Trafalgar library, 424 Tower St., garden magazine and catalog swap. Open to all interested gardeners. 317-736-9167
JOHNSON COUNTY GARDEN CLUB: INDIANA AUTHOR JEFFREY BELTH, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 13, Purdue Extension office, 484 N. Morton St., Franklin; author will present on Indiana butterflies. Belth was a featured speaker at the ’16 JCGC Garden Celebration event and returns to highlight the many butterflies that can be found in Indiana. Belth will have his book available for sale
MASTER GARDENER CLASSES, through March 28, Purdue Extension Johnson County, 484 N. Morton St. on the fairgrounds in Franklin. Cost is $125 per person and includes all class-related handouts and materials. Call for availability: 317-736-3724.
Games and hobbies
ADULT GAME NIGHT, 7 p.m. Feb. 3, Greenwood library, 301 S. Meridian St., a relaxing evening of table top games. There will be a few instructors on hand to teach some games, or feel free to play your own! Must be 18 and over. Registration is required: greenwoodlibrary.us
Health and fitness
GREENWOOD PARK MALL HIKE, 8 a.m. Saturdays and 6 p.m. Wednesdays, in January, sign in at the mall food court for a self-guided hike. Take as many one- mile laps as you want 8 to 10 a.m. Indyhike.org
GREENWOOD NIGHTS 6 p.m. Tuesdays in January, meet in parkign lot on corner of Main Street and Madison Avenue, 5-mile guided hike, indyhike.org
SOUTHPORT PARK HIKE, 9:15 a.m. Wednesdays through January, meet at 6901 Derbyshire Road behind the Southport Police Station for an 8-mile hike; indyhike.org
BAXTER YMCA 500 FESTIVAL MINI MARATHON TRAINING, Saturday mornings, Monday and Wednesday evenings or Tuesday and Thursday mornings, Jan. 16 to May 6, training program will prepare participants of all levels for 13.1-mile course by providing mileage plans, organized training days, equipment information, cross-training suggestions and nutrition strategies. Runners and walkers of all skill levels are invited to attend. Cost is $87 for members and $99 for guests; two for one pricing available. This does not include race registration. All participants are responsible for their own registration. Visit www.indymca.org/centers/baxter/schedules-events/ to download the registration form or call 317-881-9347 for more information.
WEIGHT WATCHERS MEETINGS, 6 p.m. Thursdays, Hornet Park Community Center, 5245 Hornet Ave., Beech Grove, 317-803-9086
PARKINSON’S EXERCISE CLASS, 4 to 5:30 p.m. Tuesdays, 2 to 3:30 p.m. Thursdays, 10:45 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Saturdays, Mount Pleasant Church Community Life Center, 381 N. Bluff Road, Greenwood, “The Climb” exercise program is sponsored by Indiana Parkinson Foundation uses different forms to exercise and physical therapy to improve the daily lives of people with Parkinson’s. Contact Wellness Coordinator Penny Clayton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 881-6778 ext. 238. A Caregiver Support Group is held the second Saturday of the month during class.
1816: INDIANA JOINS THE NATION, through Jan. 21, 2017, Indiana Historical Society interactive exhibition, Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 W. Ohio St. in downtown Indianapolis, re-creates the Corydon meeting house where delegates met to draft Indiana’s first state constitution, guests will join in conversation with delegates representing various viewpoints on issues such as education, slavery, personal liberty and the balance
of power between branches of this new government, indianahistory.org.
FULL STEAM AHEAD: IF YOU LIVED 100 YEARS AGO, 4:30 p.m. Jan. 30, Greenwood library, 301 S. Meridian St., grades K-5: What was life like a century ago? What did kids do for fun? Join special guest presenter from the Johnson County Historical Museum and find out what life looked like when GPL began. Registration is required; greenwoodlibrary.us
HOME-SCHOOL CLUB, 10 a.m. Thursdays, Trafalgar library, 424 Tower St., free, read, art, writing, email@example.com, pageafterpage.org
HIDDEN GEMS OF INDIANA ARCHITECTURE, 6:30 p.m. Jan. 26, Greenwood library, 310 S. Meridian St., learn about Indiana’s hidden architectural gems from the shell-covered St. Anne Chapel at St. Mary of the Woods in Terre Haute to Evansville’s 9.5-foot tall Vulcan statue. Suzanne Stanis, director of Heritage Education for Indiana Landmarks, will share her insider knowledge to highlight historic places worth a visit, from the quirky to the sublime: small towns, neighborhoods, restaurants, shops, parks, cemeteries, scenic drives, museums, and more. Register at greenwoodlibrary.us or 317-885-5036.
MAURA J. CULLEN: ‘DUMB THINGS WELL-INTENDED PEOPLE SAY,’ 7 p.m. Feb. 23, Branigin Room, Napolitan Student Center, Franklin College, 101 Branigin Blvd., “Dumb Things Well-Intended People Say: 10 Skills to Increase Your Diversity Competence” as a part of the Black History Month event. Cullen is widely considered one of the nation’s foremost authorities on diversity issues on college campuses today. She will discuss statements people often make in an effort to be supportive or complimentary but are actually problematic. Meant as joining statements, these remarks often have the opposite effect and end up creating a larger divide. Participants will gain knowledge of communication traps, how to avoid them and what tools to use in their place.
Movies & Theater
FILM SERIES UNVEILING AND FUNDRAISING PARTY, 6:30 p.m. Feb. 4, Artcraft Theater, 57 N. Main St., Franklin, Have you ever wanted to sponsor a movie? A cartoon maybe? Get your business or family’s name in front of thousands of Artcraft guests? The annual sponsorship party is how that happens. Food, a few drinks, and unveil the next film series. Everything that has a sponsorship available is placed up for bidding that night; open buffet/beer/wine; $10; RSVP today by calling 317-736-6823.
‘THE AFRICAN QUEEN,’ 2 and 7:30 p.m. Feb. 10 to 11, Artcraft Theater, 57 N. Main St., Franklin, 1951, PG, an unlikely love story leads to World War I era heroics, Katharine Hepburn, Humphrey Bogart, $3 to $5, includes a cartoon, historicartcrafttheatre.org
‘JACCO OLIViER: LIQUID PAINTING, LIQUID TIME,’ through Feb. 12, Indianapolis Museum of Art, 4000 Michigan Road, exhibits feature colorful paintings transformed into video animations, artist creates enthralling pieces that merge traditional painting techniques with photography and video animation. The pieces present a variety of subjects, from intimate scenes of daily life to captivating landscapes and abstract visions.; admission is included with general admission and free for IMA members; imamuseum.org
‘A GENTLEMAN COLLECTOR FROM INDIANA: PORTRAITS FROM THE COLLECTION OF BOOTH TARKINGTON, through Feb. 26, Indianapolis Museum of Art, 4000 Michigan Road, Indianapolis, admission included in general admission and free for IMA members; 2016 marks the 70th anniversary of the death of Hoosier native and dedicated art collector, Booth Tarkington. This exhibition of portraits highlights Tarkington’s interest in the human face, a subject he wrote about extensively. The show will also feature the writer’s commentary on his collection as found in his correspondence with artists, dealers and art historians.
‘DOING YOUR CIVIC DUTY: THE EVOLUTION OF VOTING,’ open through beginning of April, Johnson County Museum of History, 135 N. Main St., Franklin, new exhibit tells the story of changes in who could vote, the role of different elected officials, and some of the fascinating elected officials over the years. For more information, visit johnsoncounty
museum.org or call 317-346-4500.
A LAND ENCHANTED: THE GOLDEN AGE OF INDIANA ART, through May 14, 2017, Indianapolis Museum of Art, 4000 Michigan Road, Indianapolis, exhibit portrays cultural and artistic growth in fine arts that occurred in Indiana during the late 19th and early 20th centuries with objects drawn from the IMA’s permanent collection. Explore this important chapter of Hoosier history through paintings and sketchbooks by William Merritt Chase, James F. Gookins, John Washington Love, the Hoosier Group and others.
YOU ARE THERE: HOME CANNING, open through Aug. 12, Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center, 450 W. Ohio St., Indianapolis. Exhibition is taking guests back to canning’s Hoosier beginnings. The exhibit explores the impact the Ball Brothers Company from Muncie, had on the original food preservation movement across the United States. A supporting content room will focus on topics such as Ball Brothers company history; World War II-era food preservation techniques and kitchens; seasonal food guides; and a resurgence in canning popularity. For more information on IHS or the Indiana Experience, call 317-232-1882 or visitindianahistory.org.
BLUE RIVER BAND, 7 p.m. Feb. 18, Artcraft Theater, 57 N. Main St., Franklin, annual event held by the Franklin Elks 1818 benefiting the Mike Duncan Memorial Scholarship Fund, $10 admission, beer and wine available for sale, 21 and older only; historicartcrafttheatre.org
FRANKLIN COLLEGE CHAMBER CONCERTS, 7 p.m. April 11, Custer Theatre in Old Main, concerts will showcase Franklin College students enrolled in voice or music classes. They will perform an array of music from Broadway and contemporary favorites, to classical and romantic art songs.
FRANKLIN COLLEGE CHORAL CONCERTS, 7 p.m. May 5 and 2 p.m.
May 6, Custer Theatre in Old Main. The choral concerts will feature all three college choirs: The FC Singers, the Women’s Chorus and the Men’s Chorus.
FRANKLIN COLLEGE INSTRUMENTAL CONCERTS, 7 p.m. May 9, Custer Theatre in Old Main, showcase of Franklin College students who participate in the FC String Ensemble and the FC Wind Ensemble.
CHORDLIGHTERS BARBERSHOP CHORUS, 7 p.m. Tuesdays, Grace United Methodist Church, 1300 E. Adams Drive, Franklin, men who like to sing and who are interested in the group should come to a rehearsal, call 882-5187 or visit chordlighters.org/ for more information.
FRIDAY AFTERNOON AT THE MOVIES: ‘THE STRAIGHT STORY,’ 12:30 p.m.
Jan. 27, Franklin Active Adult Center, 160 E Adams St., free snacks and show, An elderly man makes a long journey by driving his lawn-mover tractor across states visit and mend his relationship with his ailing brother. Based on a true story. Starring Richard Farnsworth and Sissy Spacek. For members only. Cathy Bailey, 317-736-3696
FITNESS CLASSES, through Feb. 17, Carole’s Fitness, 5661 Madison Ave., Indianapolis, fitness classes for people over age 50, beginner and intermediate, $40 for six classes, advanced classes, $45 for six classes. Registration deadline,
Jan. 4. For information, call 317-788-8377 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
COMPUTER CLASSES, 10 a.m. Mondays, The Social of Greenwood, 550 Polk St., free, sign up at 882-4810
FREE FITNESS EQUIPMENT INSTRUCTION, 12:45 p.m. first and third Thursday of the month, The Social of Greenwood, 550 Polk St., Greenwood Meadows representative will do fitness equipment instruction, sign-up in advance is required, thesocialofgreenwood.org.
NINEVEH SENIOR CENTER, 3208 Rodeo Drive, Johnson County Park, next to the horse park, for those 50 and older; weekly activities: 6:30 p.m. Wednesdays: euchre, cost is $1, dominoes, free; ping-pong after cards; 6:30 p.m. Thursdays, bid euchre, cost is $1; 9 a.m. Mondays and Fridays, Shanghai cards; 10 a.m. Mondays: ping-pong; second Friday of the month: pitch-in lunch at noon followed by business meeting. Info: Jon Myers 812-343-4229
AUTISM SUPPORT GROUP MEETING: WHEN YOUR CHILD IS NEWLY DIAGNOSED, 6:30 p.m.
Feb. 16, Earlywood Education Center, 500 Earlywood Drive, Franklin, Marci Wheeler from the Indiana Resource Center for Autism will present information on the next steps for those recently diagnosed with autism. Special meeting is co-sponsored by Special Services Johnson County and the Johnson County Autism Support Group. Staff from Johnson County Public Libraries will be on site to provide a story time. Contact Kris Baker Kbaker@ssjcs.k12.in.us or 317-738-5459 for more info and RSVP
AMERICARE HOSPICE WINTER GRIEF SUPPORT GROUP, 1:30 to 3 p.m. Mondays through Feb. 27, Franklin First Presbyterian Church, 100 E. Madison St., Franklin. Our Winter group will be an afternoon group to get everyone home before dark. Please call Americare at 317-736-0055 to reserve your spot. The group is free, but organizers need to know how many are coming. Ask for Joanna Morse, bereavement coordinator.
BAXTER YMCA REGISTERING FOR YOUTH SPORTS LEAGUES, season runs through March 11. Practices take place one evening each week and games take place on Saturdays. Prices vary because the Y offers a sliding fee scale based on household income. In YMCA Youth Sports, there are no tryouts and no one gets cut from the teams. Everyone who registers is assigned to a team and all players have the opportunity for equal playing time in games, all players participate throughout practices and games. For additional information contact Ashley Chitwood, Youth & Adult Sports Director, at email@example.com. Register online at indymca.org/baxter.
TRY IT TUESDAY: ‘A SERIES OF UNFORTUNATE EVENTS’ BOOK FUN, 3:30 p.m. Jan. 31, Greenwood library, 310 S. Meridian St., Did you read the book and absolutely love it? Then join in a fun-filled afternoon of trivia, games, and crafts all focused on Lemony Snicket’s bestselling series. Snacks included Registration encouraged: greenwoodlibrary.us
THE COURT, 3:30 to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday; 7 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday; $5 cover charge on weekends, 7 Trafalgar Square, Trafalgar, safe, clean environment for teens offering Wi-Fi, jukebox, concessions, a dance floor, arcades and a DJ on the weekends, 765-341-0568
Wine and food
WINTER WARM UP WEEKEND: ROASTED TOMATO BASIL BISQUE, open noon to 6 p.m. music 2 to 5 p.m.
Jan. 28 to 29, Mallow Run Winery, 6964 W Whiteland Road, Bargersville, enjoy satisfying soups, freshly-baked breads, and scrumptious desserts, all paired with your favorite Mallow Run wines and live local music; free admission. Complimentary wine tasting. Soup meals, desserts and wine by the glass or bottle available for purchase. Saturday music: Acoustic Catfish; Sunday music: Wilsons; mallowrun.com
COMMUNITY MEALS, 5 to 7 p.m. Monday, Greenwood Christian Church, 2045 Averitt Road; 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday, Greenwood United Methodist Church, 525 N. Madison Ave., 5 to 7 p.m., Tuesday, Turning Point Church, 3600 N. Morton St., Franklin; 5 to 6:30 p.m. Tabernacle Christian Church, 198 N. Water St., Franklin, 5 to 7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Center Grove Church, 2340 S. State Road 135, Greenwood; 6 to 7:30 p.m. second Wednesdays, Stones Crossing Church, 7000 W. Stones Crossing Road, Greenwood; 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Mount Auburn United Methodist Church, 3100 W. Stones Crossing Road, Greenwood; 5 to 6:30 p.m. Friday, Grace United Methodist Church, 1300 E. Adams Drive, Franklin; 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Fridays, Resurrection Lutheran Church, 445 E. Stop 11 Road, Indianapolis;
5 to 7 p.m. second and fourth Saturdays, Honey Creek United Methodist Church, 2722 S. Honey Creek Road, Greenwood, 6 to
8 p.m. every third Monday, Greenwood First Presbyterian Church, 102 W. Main St.; 5 to 6:30 p.m., some Mondays, Hopewell Presbyterian, 677 W. State Road 144, Franklin; for more information about participating, contact Cathy Ann Armour at firstname.lastname@example.org. or call her at 716-3900 or contact one of the organizations serving the meals, to see the monthly menu calendar, visit underthesonfaithcommunity.org or pick up a copy at any of the locations serving the meals.