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Eglamore and Cristobel: A Medieval Love Story told by Dolores Hydock @ Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
Jan 13 @ 7:00 pm

This love story that’s been around for hundreds of years is the hauntingly beautiful medieval tale of star-crossed lovers Eglamore and Cristobel. Theirs is the story of a cruel father, three dangerous tasks, a fateful journey, and a love that will not be denied. Dolores Hydock will be accompanied by PanHarmonium, a medieval music trio.

Love at 85 told by Andy Offutt Irwin @ Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
Mar 24 @ 7:00 pm

Andy’s 85-year-old aunt Marguerite Van Camp, who is a recent graduate from medical school, has a new …boyfriend…a beekeeping organic farmer named Ike. What adventures await these octogenarian young lovers who still have vital careers?

Father Daze featuring Bill Harley, Bil Lepp and Don White @ Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
Apr 14 @ 7:00 pm

Father’s daze is a delightful view of the world through the eyes of three Dads who just happen to be highly accomplished humorists and performers. Don White, Bil Lepp and Bill Harley join forces to take you on a wild journey of love and laughter through the Dad experience.

Crooked Ways of the Ancient Greek Gods told by Barbara McBride-Smith @ Eugene and Marilyn Glick Indiana History Center
Apr 28 @ 7:00 pm

Award-winning storyteller Barbara mcBride-Smith breathes life – albeit a wizened Texan version – into the old Greek myths. With her incurable Texas drawl, she spins the Greek myths as you’ve never heard them before, rendering them 99% more fun while retaining 100% of their original insights into the crooked ways of the human hear and the no-less crooked ways of the ancient Greek gods.