Harvest Bakery is a small bakery owned by Marta Shelton who is passionate about using natural and organic ingredients to create healthy products. Marta will share her vision and show you some of her products and demonstrate the high quality and natural baking.
Mary Kramer, Executive Director of Wabash Valley Art Spaces
will be discussing Turn to the River,
multi-year project to reconnect downtown Terre Haute with the Wabash River
through public art and design.
Dr. Betty Hart, University of Southern Indiana professor, will discuss Zora Neale Hurston's life while highlighting
her Haitian experiences and Hurston's deliberate challenges to the status quo of the women of her time and
how that has influenced women today. Dr. Hart will also reference local women and their historical impact.
Our keynote Katherine Utley will
explore the myriad of interpretations that present themselves and demand
consideration in Their Eyes Were
Watching God. This novel has enthralled countless readers, yet it lacks a universal
interpretation or definitive classification.
Enjoy opening night of the stage adaptation of three Zora Neale Hurston short stories. Doors open at 6:30. A post performance reception will feature music and hor d'oeuvres. To purchase tickets ($18) visit the ISU Hulman Center or ticketmaster.com