‘Lilly’ hints at future as store closes
Wearable art is Joan Carney’s passion, and for more than two decades she’s made it her business in downtown Zionsville.
From sap to syrup
The center hosted a program on backyard tree tapping and maple sugaring Saturday, Feb. 23. Visitors to the center will be able to see the sap buckets for a few more weeks.
Student’s composition featured in concert
Emily Kincaid didn’t think much of it when she began playing the viola or when she wrote a round as part of a school project.
On the runway
Nearly 300 people attended the Zionsville Education Foundation InStyle fashion show and luncheon held at Boone Meadow Elementary School.
Zionsville resident embraces new role
Ali King believes that when God moves a person to do something, it’s time to do it.
‘Crucible’ comes to Zionsville’s OMSP
Bigotry and deceit come to life on the stage in March when Zionsville’s Off-Main Street Players presents Arthur Miller’s 1953 Tony Award-winning play, “The Crucible.”
Wood electrifies ZCS string program
Rock violinist, founder of Trans-Siberian Orchestra visits Zionsville
Lincoln Park concerts under new leadership
The tradition of the Lincoln Park Concert Series will continue under new leadership.
Community Foundation announces Lilly finalists
The Community Foundation of Boone County has announced the 2013 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarship finalists.
Color inspires Zionsville artist
Zionsville artist Edie Mahaney says she never thought about success or failure as an artist, but now the painter has turned into a national brand.
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