September Featured Partnership Events/Classes

September Featured Partnership Events/Classes

Resounding Joy

Glow Up the Office Dance Party – We all love our home here in beautiful Hamilton County Indiana, but did you know that less than 10% of county residents who need mental health treatment actually receive it? Music therapy is a non-invasive and cost effective tool to address mental health concerns as well as overall mental, physical, emotional, social, and spiritual wellbeing. Our Indiana team is opening our first Music Wellness Center in Noblesville, Indiana! The Music Wellness Center will be a place where we can host free, or reduced-cost, music and wellness events for the community as well as group and individual music therapy sessions. Our team is working hard to make the space inviting, comfortable, and inspirational for our patients and their families, as well as our community as a whole. Your participation in this event will support this wellness center being accessible to everyone in our community! We can’t wait to offer services in this amazing space, THANK YOU for your support! – Sept. 16th – 7 to 10pm. 

The Belfry Theatre

“How the Other Half Lives” – “How The Other Half Loves” by Alan Ayckbourn is a wild farce which follows three married couples whose lives are hopelessly entwined, fueled by rumors, mistruths, and misunderstandings. Bob is sleeping with his boss’ wife, Fiona. In order to hide their whereabouts, they implicate poor William and Mary Detweiler. The plot thickens when dinner parties on successive nights end in more rumors and disaster. Only the truth can restore order to chaos. – Sept. 22nd, 23rd, 29th & 30th at 7:30 p.m. & Sept. 24th, Oct. 1st at 2:00 p.m. – Arts for Lawrence’s Theatre at the Fort. 

Fishers Arts Council

Second Friday – Juried Exhibit Hamilton County Artists Reception & Awards Ceremony (sponsored by Jiffy Lube)- Reception & Awards Ceremony at the Collaboration Hub at Hamilton County Community Foundation on Friday, September 8th from 6-8p. This free reception and ceremony are open to the public. Meet the juried artists and enjoy their works. Special Musical Guest: Jasmine White. Some artwork will be available for purchase. – FAC Hub Gallery at the Collaboration Hub 11810 Technology Dr., Fishers, IN 46038 – Sept. 8th – 6 to 8 pm.

Harvest Fest sponsored by Sun King Brewing and Fishers Arts Council returns for its fourth year! This FREE family-friendly event focuses on supporting Fishers-serving non-profits, buying directly from local artists & artisans, and enjoying music by local bands. With over 45 artists/artisans, 11 local authors, nine non-profits (including Resounding Joy, Gal’s Guide Library, and Janus Developmental Services), and three bands, there’s plenty to see, do, and eat! Be sure to bring your heart and pocketbook to support the nonprofits and artists by giving back to your community. – Fishers Heritage Park at White River, 10595 Eller Road, Fishers – Sunday, Sept. 10 – 12pm-5pm.

Gal’s Guide Library (107 S. 8th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060- Judge Stone House)

This Month’s Theme: Working Women

Nourish Writing Workshop – The 2023 workshop will dive deeper into the Born of Many Mothers (BOMM) Method developed by Dr. Leah Leach. This is a compassion “recipe” that uses the ingredients of women’s history, mythology, mother stories, and compassion. This tool allows people to nourish their creativity and connect more genuinely with our shared humanity. BOMM can be used as a writing inspiration, a creativity unlocker, and a vehicle for healing.  This is a 12-week course that starts Oct. 4th. 

LGBTQ+ Ally Meetup – Our intention for this meetup is for the members of the LGBTQ+ community and their allies to have an open space for dialogue, and support. A place that protects, inspires, and empowers the young and all. Let’s work together to create an amazing meetup. – Sept. 2nd – 2 to 4pm.

Walking Club – The starting point for the walk is the front porch of Noblesville Creates, 107 S. 8th Street, Noblesville. Bring water, suntan lotion, and rain gear. The Gal’s Guide walking club is open to all fitness levels. – Sept. 9th –  9am. 

Film Club – Leah Leach is our resident movie geek. With a background of working in movie theaters, video stores, and 18 years behind the camera, she’s got a knack for picking an interesting movie to talk about. And we don’t care about the first rule of Fight Club, the first rule of Film Club is: You talk about Film Club. – Sept. 21st – 5:30 to 7pm.

Book Club – Katie Harris has a knack for picking a great book! A leader (and treasured unicorn) of Gal’s Guide Book Club Katie will handpick a book that fits into our research theme for the month. Selections might be fiction, they might be nonfiction. Because of our wide reach, we’re still looking at using Zoom to meet. We are a no-pressure book club, you don’t have to read the full book to participate. You do however have to sign up. – Sept. 28th – 8 to 9pm.

Noblesville Main Street

Music & All That Jazz – Gordon Insurance Partners sponsor the 2023 Music & All That Jazz series in Historic Downtown Noblesville.  Bring your lawn chair to courthouse square for a delightful evening of music in a beautiful downtown setting.  Make it a full evening with shopping and dining in our unique shops and restaurants around the Square. September features music from the Moontown Pickel Stompers. –  Sept. 9th 5 to 9pm.

Farmers’ Market – We are proud of our diverse and unique vendor base. All market vendors produce the products they sell! From honey, to fresh meat, to flowers, to candles, the Noblesville Farmers Market has something for everyone! – Sept. 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, 30th – 8am to 12pm.

Main Street will host Upstairs Downtown during the Historic Home Tour on Sept. 15th from 5 to 9pm. 

Hyperion Players

“Waiting for Godot” – In Waiting for Godot, two wandering tramps, Vladimir and Estragon, wait by a lonely tree, to meet up with Mr. Godot, an enigmatic figure in a world where time, place and memory are blurred and meaning is where you find it. The tramps hope that Godot will change their lives for the better. Instead, two eccentric travelers arrive, one on the end of the other’s rope. The results are both funny and dangerous in this existential masterpiece. – Sept. 28th, 29th, 30th at 7:30 pm & Oct. 1st at 2:30 pm. – The Switch Theater in Fishers. 

Caravan Classes

Symbolic Geometric Composition on Canvas – Adults age 18 and up will learn to create a composition using geometric shapes, form, and line. Paint medium will be acrylic on 8×10 canvas. We will also be exploring symbolism and how to add personal meaning to an abstract work. – Sept. 12th – 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

Watercolor Floral/Plant Painting – This workshop is for ages 18 and up. Learn techniques to paint plants and florals in the medium of watercolor. – Sept. 16th – 11:00 am to 1:30 pm. 

White River Sound

Regular Choir Rehearsal – Visit us at a rehearsal – visitors are welcome at any time. This group of women loves to sing so much that we refused to let a pandemic stop us! We meet each week to sing together to learn new songs and perfect them for performance. – Ivy Tech Lawrence Auditorium 9301 E. 59th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46216 – Tuesdays- 7 to 9pm.

Improbable Fiction Theatre Company

Rehearsals start for “As You Like It” – William Shakespeare’s romantic comedy classic will be presented by a roving troupe of Commedia dell’Arte performers such as Harlequin and Pulcinella.  The show runs October 6th-15 at Mud Creek Players.  

Hamilton County Artists’ Association

The Art of Slow Stitching – Join local seamtrist and costumer Norma Floyd to learn how to slow stitch.  Supplies will be provided.  – Sept. 5th – 6:00 to 8:00 pm.

Starting Methods Open Grisaille – The nature of your subject, how you intend to paint it, and how you envision the final piece can call for a variety of different starting methods. In this workshop series, I will share with you what initial stages I have used to achieve the work that I am most proud of. Each date will feature a different method. Take the whole series or choose the dates that are most intriguing to you! – Sept. 16th – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.

Max Ginsburg Workshop – Spread the word! Renowned New York City painter Max Ginsburg will be teaching a three day workshop at the HCAA Gallery this October 3-5!!! The link to sign up for this amazing opportunity is provided below. Also, save the date! The evening of October 3, join Max for a public artist talk at the  – Lacy Arts Building in downtown Noblesville. More details on this to come as we approach October. – October 3rd-5th – varied times. 

Kiln Creations (60 North 9th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060)

Go to Kiln Creations’ website to find out information about the following class topics: Carve Your Own Pumpkin Sept. 2nd & 15th, Clay Squishmallow Class Sept. 8th, Paint with Farm Critters! Sept. 9th, Poured Vase Class Sept. 10th, Sanderson Sisters Meet & Paint Sept. 16th & 29th, Clay Flower Garden Class Sept. 17th, Pebble Bowls Sept. 21st, True Crime Night Sept. 22nd, Fractured Leaf Plate Sept. 23rd, Unicorn Meet-and-Paint Sept. 24th, Studio Ghibli Night Sept. 30th

Check out more Partners’ Websites for upcoming Events, Classes, & Shows!

Janus Developmental Services, Color Me Happy Fiber Arts Studio, Vintage Adventures

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