Virtual VPA program to feature artists Candie Cooper, Hannah Burnworth, Lana Knowles WABASH, Ind.—The Honeywell Foundation is excited to share a new addition to its 36th annual tradition of Visual and Performing Arts Programs (VPA) via virtual approach through Zoom classes and newly created Facebook Groups called VirtuART and VirtuACT. “While COVID-19 has changed our approach to arts camps this summer, we knew The Honeywell Foundation needed to show up for our students. Creativity has the power to
SUMMER TRADITION MOVING TO 13-24 DRIVE IN: DRIVE IN SUMMER MUSIC SERIESHoneywell Center summer entertainment tradition to include social distancing measures beginning June 10 WABASH, Ind.—The Honeywell Center Summer Plaza Music Series is moving to the 13-24 Drive In as an additional form of Drive In entertainment. Usually scheduled to take place on the Honeywell Center Plaza along Market St., the new Drive In Summer Music Series will feature four performing groups from Wednesday, June 10 – Wednesday, July
One of the 13-24 Drive In popular crowd pleasers to resume, voting as usual WHO: 13-24 Drive In and The Honeywell Foundation WHAT: Retro Reels will make a comeback for the 2020 season. The first two movies to be featured include “Footloose” and “Raiders of the Lost Ark.” Retro Reels are sponsored by Lundquist Appraisals & Real Estate and Rick’s Auto Repair & 24 Hour Towing. WHERE: 13-24 Drive In 890 N, SR IN-13 Wabash, Ind.
The Honeywell Foundation-operated theater will open at 50 percent capacity honoring social distancing measures in partnership with INGUARD WABASH, Ind.—The Honeywell Foundation is preparing to open the 13-24 Drive In to the public at 50 percent capacity on Friday, May 22. The gates will open at 7:30 p.m. for a screening of “Trolls World Tour” beginning at approximately 9 p.m. (dark). INGUARD has proudly sponsored free kids’ admission to the 13-24 Drive In for the past three summers. The 13-24 Drive In