Indiana Landmarks News

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Refurbished City Market Clock Unveiled
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Indiana Landmarks, Indianapolis City Market, and Katz, Sapper, & Miller team up to restore historic treasure.

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Preservationists in Indy, Noblesville, Attica Honored
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Indiana Landmarks awards prizes at annual meeting in Indianapolis.

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Guided Tours Explore Garfield Park Neighborhood on Foot and Bike
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Indiana Landmarks is hosting walking and biking tours of historic Garfield Park and the surrounding neighborhood on Sept. 14 and 16.

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Quarry, Tunnel, & Theater Subjects of Award-Winning Photos
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Winners announced in iMOCA and Indiana Landmarks exhibition.

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Soft Proposals Sought for Marshall County Home
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Marshall County Commissioners seek a new use for the National Register listed Shady Rest Home located east of Plymouth on the historic Lincoln Highway National Byway. Soft proposals for the property are due September 5, 2017.

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Jam-Packed First Friday Show Features Work by 57 Artists
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FLAVA FRESH, an annual juried exhibition series featuring newly-discovered, underrepresented, emerging and early-career visual artists, presents a First Friday show on September 1 at Indiana Landmarks Center’s Rapp Family Gallery.

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Howard County Farm Wins Rural Preservation Award
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On August 17 at the Indiana State Fair, Tim and Beth Sheets will receive the 2017 Arnold Award for Rural Preservation honoring their Howard County alpaca farm.

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Media Preview: Coca-Cola “Before” Tour on Saturday
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Media are invited on a “before” tour of the Coca-Cola bottling plant that Hendricks Commercial Properties will reinvent as Bottleworks, with apartments, restaurants, retail shops, movie theaters, and a boutique hotel.

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Evansville Workshop Focuses on Revitalizing Historic African American Places
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On August 18 and 19, Indiana Landmarks hosts Reviving Baptisttown, a workshop and tour examining the area’s heritage, and how harnessing history can help revive African American places across the state.

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