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Postings for May 13, 2017 Full Month View
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9:00AM 7:00PM Parachute4Pets

Yoga4Cats, in tandem with Illinois Skydiving Center, presents Parachute4Pets to benefit PetNet! This thrilling affair will be held at Illinois Skydiving Center on Saturday and Sunday, May 13 & 14th from 9am - Sunset each day and will feature reduced rates on skydiving packages, door prizes, raffle, cookout, and appearances by PetNet adoptable dogs! **TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!** visit www.yoga4cats.com for more information Illinois Skydiving Center (ISC) is a Cessna 182 Dropzone located in Paxton Illinois. Home of The University of Illinois Falling Illini Skydiving Club. All Illinois Skydiving Center instructors are expert skydivers and USPA certified. PetNet is a no-kill, not-for-profit 501(c)(3) foster-based animal welfare organization. The primary goals of PetNet are to strengthen the local foster network and minimize the number of pets in shelters and unhealthy living situations.

10:30AM 2:00PM New Rider Callout

Please join us for a FREE, lovely bike ride! Arrive at the South Shelter at Cumberland Park, West Lafayette by 10:30 am. This is the area where the West Lafayette Farmers Market is held. Donuts will be available. Rides of varying speed and distance to accommodate riders of all abilities-- even seniors and beginners-- depart at 11 am and return by 1 pm. There will be snacks and a post-ride lunch included. This is a FREE event, open to all! You need a bike and a helmet. You do not have to be a member to come out for the ride.

1:00PM 4:00PM EXHIBIT: 100 CUPS - One Artist's Journey The Haan Mansion Museum presents a series of 100 wheel-thrown porcelain cups by Julia Livingston in an exhibition culminating her life’s work as a ceramic artist. Livingston began her exploration as a simple idea to create 100 cups in prolific succession, and it unfolded into a dramatic documentation of a life-affirming creative process. Each of the hundred cups is a separate unique work, and the “100 Cups” collection is itself an artwork that is a unity of the individual pieces forming a continuous flow. During the two years of the 100 Cups project, the cups evolved to express a changing internal landscape brought about by critical events in her life, notably, the death of her mother in Cup 84, and at Cup 94, titled “Splitting Apart”, the shock of her own life threatening illness. Cup 100, titled “End Point,” marked the end of the project, yet pointed to an unknown more. Along with the 100 Cups series, many of Livingston’s works from early to recent have been displayed at the Haan Mansion Museum, and many are part of the permanent collection. To preview the 100 Cups series, visit Livingston’s blog at http://100cupsblog.blogspot.com.
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