Its time for the 5th Annual Community Yard Sale and Craft Fair sponsored by the Stinesville Lions Club. It will be help at the Stinesville Lions Club, on Stinesville Road, Saturday, June 22nd from 8am-6pm
Cub Scout Pack #107 will be serving breakfast beginning at 8am
For booth rental space or more information call Loretta at 812-876-3257
Enjoy pop-up shops from local boutiques and all the Summer Fashion Trends form Cactus Flower, Arrive Market, Pronounce Skincare + Herbal Boutique, Olive Leaf and Bloomington Chocolate Co. while sipping on Mimosas and Bloody Mary's.
And... Back again this year: Purses with Purpose Silent Auction
We will have over 20 designer purses up for grabs given by generous donors. All proceeds from the event go towards creating and sustaining one-to-one mentoring matches for children within our community and supporting the BBBS of South Central Indiana program. This is all happening Saturday May 11th from 11-2pm at The Clubhouse at Steeplechase on 3400 S. Sare Road, Bloomington
If you have any questions for the year's Sip, Shop and Social please feel free to reach out to Danell Witmer at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for your support of Big Brothers Big Sisters and helping us all EMPOWER POTENTIAL within all children in our community.
Lexi Len and Rikki Jean are excited to host the 3rd Annual Country Queens Harmony School Benefit at the Bluebird in Bloomington, Indiana on Thursday, June 13th 2019 at 9:00pm. Admission is $10
Questions? For more info contact Rikki Schmiechen at email@example.com
The Stinesville Lions Club will be having a fish fry on Saturday May 4th, 2019!
The Stinesville Lions Club is located at 8060 N Stineville Rd, Gosport, IN 47433
The Beech Creek Township Eastern Fire Department is hosting the Jonah Fish Fry! The event is all-you-can-eat with the price of $8 for adults, $5 for ages 5-12, and kids 5-under eat free. The event is Friday, May 24th from 4-8pm at the Beech Creek Township Eastern Fire Department in Solsberry, Indiana. All proceeds made will go to the 2019 Solsberry fireworks! For any questions, call 812-825-9969.
Calling all athletes with physical and/or intellectual disabilities! Athletes of all ages and abilities are invited to join IU Athletics' Excellence Academy and current IU student-athletes to experience the fun of sports, competition, and an active lifestyle at the "Everybody Plays: Football Event."
Participants will be paired with IU student-athletes who can help any participant who is unable to run, kick, catch, or throw!
This event is FREE and requires no football experience!
The event takes place Wednesday, April 24th from 7-8pm at Indiana University's Memorial Stadium. Join us and fill out the following survey by April 19th (feel free to RSVP for siblings and friends as well)!
Come out for a morning of fun and games! MCCSC will host a 1 mile and 5k run for students and their families on Saturday, May 4th at Grandview Elementary at 8:30am. This race serves as a culminating event for our elementary running clubs, and an opportunity for families to come together for an active event.
This event will be FREE to all participants. While there is no registration fee, we do ask families to consisder giving a donation. All proceeds will be put towards the MCCSC Food Assistance Fund, which guarantees all students a hot lunch.
Wear you school colors to show you school pride! Medals will be given to child participants.Snacks and kids activities to follow the races.
Register Online at www.MCCSC.edu/FunRun
Intrested in volunteering? Visit www.MCCSC.edu/FunRunVolunteer
Helping Others Grow will be the theme as the Greene Country Master Gardeners hosts their annual Flower and Patio Show at the Greene County Community Event Center Friday May 3rd, from 10am-4pm, and Saturday May 4th, from 9am-4pm. Presentations on Friday and Saturday, 11am both day Karen Staub "Pressed Flowers", 12pm both days Alvin Brown "Nurturing Your Tools and Sharpening Your Gardening Skills", and Friday at 1pm Tavia Pigg with "Gardening With Butterflies". Our Master Gardeners will be having a plant sale, a rummage sale with gently used garden item, and will give away free tree seedlings. There will be a wide selection of vendors with sun and shade plants and flowers, garden arts and crafts, a fun activity for kids, and food by Cabin View BBQ. Admission and parking are free.
The Greater Vincennes Ministerial Association announes the eleventh annual Good Friday Outdoor Way of the Cross Walk. Pastors and ministers from many churches in the city will participate in this unified worship experience and it will begin at noon on Friday, April 19th at the steps of the Old Cathedral. Everyone is invited to come and participate.
1408 East St. Clair Street Vincennes Indiana 47591
On Saturday May 18th, from 6-9p.m., come down to Butler Winery for the Wildcare Benefit. Admission is $20 for adults (21 and over) and $5 - under 21. Admission includes 6 wine samples, appetizers, hot dogs, and a Sack Meal for Kids, live music by Window Panye, multiple games, face painting and raffles. Come and relaz and enjoy the GORGEOUS Bulter Winery and Vinyard grounds AND you'll have up-close encounters with WildCare's ambassador animals. Rain or shine- plenty of sheltered seating but bring a chair just in case:)
6200 Robinson Rd Bloomington, IN
City Church’s Easter event will be Sunday, April 21st during three Worship Experiences at 9:30, 11:15 and 1pm.
There will be fun activities for the kids including Easter basket giveaways for all children in elementary school, and egg hunts for children in preschool! You don’t want to miss it!
Come experience the new state-of-the-art auditorium and newly renovated kids’ wing! Again, City Church’s Easter event is Sunday, April 21st 9:30, 11:15, or 1pm! We would love to have your family join us. Check us out at citychurchbloomington.org for more information!
Do you love using the Clear Creek Trail, or just love the enviornment in general? This Earth Week, help the City of Bloomington Parks and Recreation keep this beloved Bloomington trail clean! Volunteers must register by Monday, April 15th to reserve their spot on Earth Day, April 21st. Volunteers are needed to help pick up litter. Trash bags and gloves will be provided. On-site training is provided. Minimum age is 12 and a waiver for minors is required.
Community in Schools is a national organization that helps students find success in school and in life. They bring community resources into schools when families and children cannout access them in the community. Community in schools at Templeton Elementary is seeking individuals to work with elementary students one-on-one to master math skills and concepts. Free limited background checks will be necessary and provided by MCCSC. Shifts are avaliable: Monday through Friday from 9:15-10:30 a.m., 11:15-12:00 p.m., or 12:30-1:30 p.m. Minimum age is 18.
Through the South Central Community Action Program's "Thriving Connections Initiative", volunteers act as allies to a person or family in poverty- called a Leader - acting like a good friend or extended family member. Groups consist of the Leader and two allies, Allies provide insight into a variety of life circumstances as the group works to accomplish specific goals set by the Leader. Volunteers attend a monthly group meeting, a twice-monthly Thursday community dinner and meeting, and make an 18-month commitment. Allies recieve extensive orientation, training, and support. Minimum age is 18.
Girl Scout Troop 03146 is hosting an Empowering the Girls 5k run/walk in order to raise money for a trip to Europe. Join them on May 4th at Emanual Baptist Church located at 1503 W That Rd. Events begin at 10am starting with the race, followed by the walkers, then a kids race. Visit them on facebook at empoweringthegirls5k.
For more information call 812.345.2050 or you can register online at 97raceseries.com
Troop 119, Ellettsville is searching for scrap metal to help raise funds to help with costs for troop activities throughout the year. We take all kinds of metal including, old stoves, washers/dryers, tools, scrap iron, old cars, cans, box springs, old metal tools and old implements.
You get a cleaned-up barn, yard or storage area. We get funds to make our activites more affordable for our boys. We will come to you. Just let us know and it will go! Or you can drop it off at Hoosier Family Eye Care Center in Ellettsville from 4/24 to 4/28.
Please email or call Scott Robbins, Treasurer of Troop 119 firstname.lastname@example.org / 812-360-9076
Northern Monroe Fire Territory would like you to join them at Station 5 for their annual Pancake Breakfast Saturday April 20th, from 8-11am. The Easter Bunny will arrive ar 9:00am and the Easter Egg hunts will begin at 10:00am!
Non-perishable food items may be donated for the Bloomington Township Food Pantry
5081 N Old State Rd 37 Bloomington, IN 47408
DONATIONS ARE APPRECIATED!!!
Our mission at Royalty Elite is to be the premiere competitive cheerleading gym in the greater Bloomington/Bedford area by providing a high quality and structured program tailored to all levels of cheerleading. Our goal is to not only grow our athletes' cheerleading skills, but to also teach our athletes life lessons that will follow them throughout their adulthood.
One of the most rewarding aspects of competitive cheer is watching our athletes perform their routine in front of thousands of spectators and "hit zero" which means they have performed their routine to the best of their ability, without any mistakes in the eyes of the judging panel. On January 27, one of our teams, Golden Empress, competed at the French Lick Championship and "hit zero", winning 1st place in their division and Grand Champions of the competition. This earned them a bid to compete at THE ONE FINALS, a national invitation-only event in Orlando, Florida on May 4-5!
We need to raise $25,000 to send to our Golden Empress team of 23 athletes (ranging in age from 8-15) and 3 dedicated coaches to Florida!
We are asking you to consider one of our sponsorship levels and 100% of the funds go directly to our athletes for airfare and hotel costs!
For information on our sponsor or donation levels, contact Angie Collins or Nicole White directly at email@example.com.
Save the date for the 39th Annual Gene Flander Harmoney School Golf Outing! Located on the Eagle Point Golf Course on Sunday, May 5th, 2019! The contiental breakfast starts at 7:30am and the shotgun starts at 8:30am. Team registration coming soon!
Check www.harmonyschool.org/golf for up-to-date information.
Josh Galyan will be hosting Dave Ramsey's Financial Peace University at Solsberry Christian Church (10825 E Christian Church Road Solsberry IN 47459) beginning March 7th.
The class will begin at 7:00 pm and will run for 9 weeks
Anyone interested in attending can contact Josh via call at 812-322-0340 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Donate while you Dine with Culvers of Bloomington on May 15th from 5-8pm
- A portion of all sales during this time will be donated to Highland Park
- Money raised from this event will be used to help pay for field trips, buses for field trips, and to stock the Teacher Supply Closet
- Come out and support Highland Park Elementary PTO!!
If you have any questions please contact Highland Park Elementary PTO at email@example.com
2nd Annual Silent Auction and Spring Carnival on April 12th 6-8 pm at Highland Park Elementary School.
- fun games and festivities for the family
- Pizza X will be available to purchase
- Items up for bid included
- Abells Nursery Master Design
- Holiday World Tickets
- Cincinatti Reds Tickets
- French Lick Resort one night stay and one round of golf for two people
-Indianapolis Motor Speedway
-Kip May Photography
-Bloomington Powerwashing and Softwashing
- Touchstone Massage gift certificate and many more items
If there is any one (person or business) who has an product or service they would like to donate to auction off, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
All proceeds from the auction will be used to fund the Accelerated Reading Program at Highland Park.
Volunteers play an essential role in determining the quality of each visitor’s experience. Depending on age, volunteers have the opportunity to learn new skills and/or mentor other volunteers. WonderLab’s volunteer team includes teens, college students, scientists, educators, business people, parents and retirees. Families and groups are welcome as volunteers.
Prior Registration for this Training IS Required.
New volunteers are required to submit the appropriate form below before registering to attend a training session.
- Teens who wish to become museum volunteers must be at least entering grade 7 in the fall of the next school year.
- Individuals who are 18 or older should use the Adult Application.
- Teens who are applying for a WonderCamp summer internship must be entering grade 9 in the fall of the next school year. Special training sessions for these internships are listed on the application form.
ADULT VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
TEEN VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
View more about volunteering at Wonderlab at http://wonderlab.org/volunteer/
Volunteer mentors, age 18 and older are matched with a child who attends the Boys & Girls Club after school program. Matches meet at the Club and may spend time doing activities at the Club, play at the park across the street, or explore the neighborhood on foot. Volunteers must be able to commit to meeting one hour a week during the week for at least one school year.