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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

Glass Blowing

Watch Ed Frances from the Indianapolis Art Center blow hot glass outdoors. Free with museum admission....
Ongoing on the 27th of each Month.
10am-4pm
Eiteljorg Museum
636-9378

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

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Ongoing Every Wed, Thu & Fri.
3:00pm - 7:00 pm
1901 broad ripple ave
indianapolis in 46220
800-211-2267

Take a Stand

Each week we'll turn over the microphone to the community residents to hear what issues are most important ...
Ongoing Each Wednesday.
8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Conner Prairie
13400 Allisonville Road
Fishers IN 46038
317.776.6000
Widgets Reading

The American Experience: Amelia Earhart


Ongoing on the 27th of each Month.
12-1pm
Indiana Historical Society
232-1882

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 19th
1817: Tom Taylor, British playwright whose play Our American Cousin was being performed at Ford's Theater when President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated by John Wilkes Booth. On the track of an assassin.
1833: Adam Lindsay Gordon, Australian poet.
1858: Alice Josephine McLellan Birney, child welfare worker whose ideas evolved into the PTA.
1895: Lewis Mumford, American writer, urban planner and social critic (The City in History).
1931: John Le Carré, English suspense and spy novelist.
October 19th
in history
1216: King John of England dies at Newark and is succeeded by his nine-year-old son Henry.
1448: The Ottoman Sultan Murat II defeats Hungarian General Janos Hunyadi at Kosovo, Serbia.
1466: The peace of Torun ends the war between the Teutonic knights and their own disaffected subjects in Prussia.
1739: England declares war on Spain over borderlines in Florida. The War is known as the War of Jenkins' Ear because the Spanish coast guards cut off the ear of British seaman Robert Jenkins. On a sultry summer day in 1742, a handful of British and Spanish colonial troops faced each other on a Georgia coastal island and decided the fate of a colony.
1781: Major General Lord Charles Cornwallis surrenders to George Washington and Count de Rochambeau at Yorktown, Va. Cornwallis surrenders 7,157 troops, including sick and wounded, and 840 sailors, along with 244 artillery pieces. Losses in this battle had been light on both sides. The Revolutionary War is effectively ended.