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Y95 THE MOST COUNTRY MUSIC ON THE RADIO!
12:00am - 11:59pm
Y95 THE MOST COUNTRY MUSIC ON THE RADIO!
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Event Calendar

SpringHill Day Camp

From 9:00AM to 4:00PM

What: SpringHill Day Camps At SpringHIll Day Camps, kids get to be KIDS! A day at camp include small group Bible teaching, high-energy large group sessions, and adventure activities such as archery, bungee trampoline, camp songs, climbing wall, crafts, & more – all in your neighborhood! Where: Northview Church - Greater Lafayette Campus 2703 Lindberg Rd West Lafayette, IN 47906 When: June 5-9, 2017  9am-4pm Who: Completed grades K-5 Cost: $189 Register at springhillcamps.com! - - - - - - - - - - -- You have to register early to participate in this event, so if there is a way to post earlier than these dates that would be great!

EXHIBIT: 100 CUPS - One Artist's Journey

From 1:00PM to 4:00PM

The Haan Mansion Museum presents a series of 100 wheel-thrown porcelain cups by Julia Livingston in an exhibition culminating her life’s work as a ceramic artist. Livingston began her exploration as a simple idea to create 100 cups in prolific succession, and it unfolded into a dramatic documentation of a life-affirming creative process. Each of the hundred cups is a separate unique work, and the “100 Cups” collection is itself an artwork that is a unity of the individual pieces forming a continuous flow. During the two years of the 100 Cups project, the cups evolved to express a changing internal landscape brought about by critical events in her life, notably, the death of her mother in Cup 84, and at Cup 94, titled “Splitting Apart”, the shock of her own life threatening illness. Cup 100, titled “End Point,” marked the end of the project, yet pointed to an unknown more. Along with the 100 Cups series, many of Livingston’s works from early to recent have been displayed at the Haan Mansion Museum, and many are part of the permanent collection. To preview the 100 Cups series, visit Livingston’s blog at http://100cupsblog.blogspot.com.