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Art Show Features Works by Female Artists
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First Friday show on August 3 at Indiana Landmarks Center’s Rapp Family Gallery features works by more than 20 artists.

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Exploring Cold War Landmarks in Northwest Indiana
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Experience on Aug. 24 visits former military compounds that protected America at home and abroad.

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Indiana Nonprofits Receive Grants for Preservation Education
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Indiana Humanities and Indiana Landmarks have awarded grants of up to $2,500 to eight nonprofit organizations across Indiana.

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Heritage Talk set for July 10
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Next up in the series of Heart City Heritage Talks, Indiana Landmarks’ Deb Parcell explores lesser known or “off the beaten path” historic places in Indiana, with a focus on locations in Elkhart and the surrounding area.

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First Financial Corporation donates downtown Terre Haute landmark
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Indiana Landmarks will stabilize 1903 First Financial Bank with plans to pass ownership to CANDLES Holocaust Museum while retaining a protective covenant on the building.

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Treasure Hunt North in South Bend on July 21
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Indiana Landmarks and partners bring antiques market and yard sales to South Bend historic district.

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Treasure Hunt offers antiques market July 14
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Annual festival event at Indiana Landmarks campus and surrounding Old Northside neighborhood features vendors selling antiques and collectibles, yard sales, food, and entertainment.

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Preview of new restaurant in historic post office set for June 9
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Indiana Landmarks is hosting an inside look at Franklin’s historic 1936 post office before it reopens to the public as a restaurant.

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Indiana Landmarks presents preservation awards and free lecture
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On May 31, Indiana Landmarks will present awards for central Indiana preservation projects before its Indiana Modern affinity group offers a free lecture on women in design at General Motors during the Modernist era.

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