Community Events Calendar
This community calendar is a place to share other events and happenings in the Terre Haute and surrounding communities that align with the CANDLES mission and message.
For questions or to submit your event for consideration, please call 812.234.7881 or email email@example.com. Event descriptions and pictures are highly encouraged.
2018 Calendar of Events
Memorial Day Observance at Etz Chaim Cemetery Honoring War Veterans - 5/28
11:00AM - 1:00PM on May 28, 2018
Contact : Rabbi David Gingold-Altchek 317-251-6220
We will honor fallen US War Veterans at a Memorial Day Observance at Etz Chaim Cemetery.
Union Hospital Run with Heart 5K - 6/9
Saturday, June 9, 2018 8:00 am
Location: Memorial Stadium 567 N 5th St Terre Haute, IN
Price: $10.00 to $15.00 —Ages 14 & under $10; 14 & up $15; Additional $5 fee day of race
This 5K event will be held at Indiana State University's Memorial Stadium on Saturday, June 9, 2018 with proceeds benefiting the Vigo County School Corporation's Backpack Program. It will be a timed event with medals awarded to top male and female finishers in multiple age groups! Registration begins at 8:00 am and the race begins at 9:00 am.
Contact Info: Gwenda Kelty; firstname.lastname@example.org (812) 238-7758
World Refugee Day: Service & Celebration - 6/20
June 20, 2018 @ 9:30 am – 1:00 pm
Location: Indy Urban Acres, 7700 E 21st St, Indianapolis, IN 46219
Contact: Interfaith Coalition for Mental Health
Volunteer Event! Grow food and community at the 7th Annual World Refugee Day of Service and Celebration! Outdoor activities include – organic gardening, celebratory lunch, ‘Walk-a-Mile in Refugee Shoes’, and a community art activity. Accessible and family-friendly. Started by the Burmese American Community Institute, this annual event has grown to be an opportunity to engage in service and lift up community engagement along side our newest neighbors.
FREE | OUTDOORS | ACCESSIBLE | FAMILY-FRIENDLY
Indianapolis Israeli Film Festival - 7/15 - 7/19
July 15-19, 2018, 12:00PM - 9:00PM
Contact: Michele Boukai at email@example.com
JCC Laikin Auditorium
People of the Western Galilee - Interfaith Photo Exhibit and Program - 7/25
July 25, 2018, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
JCC Laikin Auditorium
Contact: Michele Boukai @ firstname.lastname@example.org
"Eva" Film Screening - 7/26
July 26, 2018, 6:30PM - 9:00PM
Laikin Auditorium, JCC 6701 Hoover Rd Indianapolis, IN 46260, 317-251-9467
Join Eva Kor and award winning film-maker Ted Green for a special screening of Eva, a story of a remarkable journey: from the Josef Mengele experiments at Auschwitz, through years of anger and anguish, to starting the largest manhunt in history and, later, a global movement of peace and forgiveness.
Fighting off time and failing health, this 4 foot 9 inch, 83-year-old woman from Terre Haute travels the world to promote what her extraordinary life has taught: peace, humanity and healing.
The JCC is honored to present this outstanding film that premiered at Clowes Hall of the Butler Arts Center on April 5.
Narrated by Hollywood icon Ed Asner, “Eva” includes on-camera appearances from CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, former NBA great Ray Allen, TV and movie star Elliott Gould and many others who reveal touching accounts of Eva’s impact on their own lives. This special screening is a partnership Ted Green Films and WFYI.
Sponsors: WFYI and Ted Green Films
Show Up! Civic Saturday - 7/28
July 28, 2018 @ 10:30 am – 11:30 am
Location: Central Library, 40 E St Clair St, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Contact: Erin Kelley, (317) 523-5806
What is Civic Saturday? Civic Saturdays are meant to help us practice being together as citizens; that is, as those willing to show up in public life together. Civic Saturday is a civic analogue to a faith gathering. Friends and strangers congregate in a common place to nurture a spirit of shared purpose, wrestle with moral questions regarding what it means to be an American, and develop a sense of civic character. On Civic Saturdays, we will gather around America’s civic religion and our sacred creed of liberty, equality, and self-government . . . and all the messiness and moral questioning that brings.
These gatherings are not about (nor aim to replace!) traditional religious practices. Nor are they about partisan politics. Rather, at Civic Saturday, we will sing together, listen to poetry, read civic scripture (great and provocative American texts), hear a civic sermon, and, above all else, be in fellowship with one another. We will support and uplift one another to maintain the energy needed to show up in public life.
Spirit & Place will host at least two Civic Saturdays in 2018 with the Indianapolis Public Library as our venue partner. Both will be from 10:30 to 11:30am with the first on Saturday, April 28 at the Glendale Library and the second on Saturday, July 28 at Central Library.