More of this week's A&E events

September 7, 2012
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A proofing error led to the omission of the "Also this week" section of my weekly e-blast. My apologies to readers and the groups putting on these events.

If your schedule isn't already filled, consider hitting any or all of the following events. First, here's our video highlights package for weekend events, produced with our friends and news-gathering partners at Fox59, with the blast's omitted events following.

Best-selling author Margaret Atwood reads Sept. 12 at Butler University Reilly Room. Details here.

The Penrod Arts Fair brings together artists, performers, arts patrons and seemingly everyone else in Indianapolis for a day at the Indianapolis Museum of Art Sept. 8. Details here.

“Going All the Way” author Dan Wakefield discusses his writing life Sept. 6 at Indy Reads Books. Details here.

“Quest for the West” brings collectors and artists together at the Eiteljorg Museum Sept. 7-9. Details here

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre launches its season with “A Chorus Line,” Sept. 7-22. Details here.

 Civil War scholar Gary W. Gallagher, author of “A Mighty War for Union: Reality, Memory, and America’s Greatest Conflict,” speaks Sept. 12 at the Indiana State Museum. Details here.

 

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