The Azalea Path Botanical Garden and Arboretum http://www.azaleapatharbore... is the home of Steve and Beverly Knight. The Knight's and their family work very hard year round in the garden so that they can share it with others. The Azalea Path is open to visitors until June 15th from 7 am - 7 pm. Entrance fee is $5 a person, cash or check, ages 5 and up. Nursing home buses are free. Wine, beer, wine slushes, sodas will be available if bar staff is on duty.
Azalea Path Arboretum and Botanical Garden 1502 N. County Road 825 West Hazelton, IN 47640 (812) 354-3039
Proud to call Bloomington “home,” Duane Busick commits time and expertise to promote, protect and expand the network of cultural resources provided by area arts and social service organizations. He has received awards from the Greater Bloomington Chamber of Commerce for “Outstanding Volunteerism” and from the City of Bloomington for “Outstanding Service Efforts” to programs and activities serving the Bloomington Community. Duane recently received his third Individual Artist Grant from the Indiana Arts Commission.
I'm producing a series of programs called "Hoosier Community Celebration Stories" documenting community celebrations and festivals in Indiana. These programs record the institutional history of these community events, paying homage to the persons who helped build and sustain them while capturing the flavor, character and energy of a community coming together for a common purpose.
By building this digital video library I hope to preserve the traditions that enrich the cultural lives of the citizens of Indiana. The project will recognize the human consequences of local historical events that help mold community pride. Theses consequences are often vividly displayed during festivals and other local community events that define the unique and rewarding experience of living in a Hoosier community. Documenting these events calls attention to rich cultural elements that are often taken for granted and what emerges is a more viable community proud of its history yet ready to move forward.
Profiling individuals important to maintaining this cultural pride (particularly senior citizens) is the cornerstone of this project. By using oral history interviews this project will bring an emotional connection to the history of communities by giving voice to the common folk. The living memory of older people helps fill in the historical gaps. It tells us things about our past not included in books and historical documents and gives us a genuine living history that is immediate, tangible and relevant.
To make a deposit or payment for Wedding Video services go to www.duanebusick.com These are some sample wedding highlight usually edited to the couple's first dance song. I have personally done the videos for over 500 weddings and enjoy doing weddings now more than ever. For more information cantact Duane at email@example.com (812) 336-8329
The award-winning Lotus World Music and Arts Festival is produced by the nonprofit Lotus Education & Arts Foundation. The Lotus mission: To create opportunities to experience, celebrate, and explore the diversity of the world's cultures, through music and the arts.