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Summer Day Camp

Indiana Academy of Fine & Performing Arts is Now Enrolling for Summer Day Camp in the Arts. Ages 4-12. ...
Ongoing Daily.
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Central Indiana Academy of Dance
14950 Greyhound Ct Suite 4
Carmel IN 46032
(317) 581-2423

Beetle Mania!

Children ages 2-3 accompanied by an adult invited for stories, songs and activities about bugs. To register ...
Ongoing on the 18th of each Month.
10:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Pike Library
6525 Zionsville Road
indianapolis IN 46268
317-275-4480

Coffee, Tea and Chocolate - A Class

Mrs. Campbell in her Prairietown house will teach you the history of chocolate, tea and coffee while ...
Ongoing Every Sun, Tue, Thu & Sat.
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Conner Prairie
13400 Allisonville Road
Fishers IN 46038
776-6000

Community Tuesday

Admission $3 to all visitors. Parking $4....
Ongoing Each Tuesday.
9am-4pm
White River Gardens
1200 West Washington Stree
indianapolis in 46222
630-2001

Indianapolis City Market Farmers' Market Kick-Off

Features annual and perenial plants, herbs, flowers, market products, etc. If you spend $5 or more you ...
Ongoing Daily.
7:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Indianapolis City Market
222 East market Street
Indianapolis IN 46204
634-9266
Widgets Reading

NCAA Hall of Champions Community Tuesday

Learn about the student athletes who participate in 87 collegiate championships in 22 sports. Exhibits, ...
Ongoing Each Tuesday.
10am-5pm
NCAA Hall of Champions
700 W. Washington St.
indianapolis in 46204
800-735-NCAA

Widgets Galore Reading Time

We'll read children books for 1 hour. Let your kids experience the magic of reading. All the classics ...
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Ongoing Daily.
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
Widgets Galore
1901 broad ripple ave
indianapolis in 46220
317-888-1212
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Born October 18th
1926: Ntozake Shange (Paulette Williams), poet, playwright and novelist.
1939: Lee Harvey Oswald, assassin of President John F. Kennedy.
1950: Wendy Wasserstein, playwright (The Heidi Chronicles).
1951: Terry McMillan, novelist (Waiting to Exhale).
1956: Martina Navratilova, Czechoslovakian-born tennis player
October 18th
in history
1685: Edict of Nantes lifted by Louis XIV. The edict, signed at Nantes, France, by King Henry IV in 1598, gave the Huguenots religious liberty, civil rights and security. By revoking the Edict of Nantes, Louis XIV abrogated their religious liberties.
1813: The Allies defeat Napoleon Bonaparte at Leipzig.
1867: The Alaska territory is formally transferred to the U.S. from Russian control.
1867: The rules for American football are formulated at meeting in New York among delegates from Columbia, Rutgers, Princeton and Yale universities.
1883: The weather station at the top of Ben Nevis, Scotland, the highest mountain in Britain, is declared open. Weather stations were set up on the tops of mountains all over Europe and the Eastern United States in order to gather information for the new weather forecasts.