Today at the Center

Mon. Nov. 20 (Building opens at 7 am)
Box Office open 8 am to 5 pm
Winter Banner Exhibit - All Day

Eugenia's Restaurant

Lunch Mon.-Fri. and brunch every Sun.
Dining offered with most shows.
Special dining events coming soon:
Hawaiian Holiday Luau 
and Brunch with Santa



Honeywell Holidays

Host your holiday celebration at a 
Honeywell Foundation property! Now 
accepting bookings for luncheons, dinners, 
and shows. NEW THIS YEAR: 
Hawaiian Holiday Luau.



Ford Theater - Honeywell Center - Wabash, Indiana275 W. Market St. • Wabash IN 46992 260.563.1102

Ford Theater - Honeywell Center - Wabash, Indiana275 W. Market St. • Wabash IN 46992 260.563.1102

Ford Theater - Honeywell Center - Wabash, Indiana275 W. Market St. • Wabash IN 46992 260.563.1102

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June 6, 2012

Summer Arts Camps for Kids

Due to the success of past one-day art activities, the Honeywell Center will offer six weeks of Summer Arts Camps for students K-8th grade beginning in June.  Each week-long camp meets Monday through Friday, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., and focuses on music, theater or visual art.  The program seeks to give students an outlet for their creativity.

Camp schedules are:

Art Camp: June 25-29, for grades 3-8.  Students will learn about the different types of Street Art, including graffiti and mural-making.  Students will work with instructor Sarah Andrews to turn a structure outside the Honeywell Center into their own work of art.  $40 per student.

Intro to Art Camp: July 9-13, for grades K-6.  Students will work with Karen Eilts-Walter to learn different types (mediums) of art each day and create several projects to take home.  $40 per student. 

Theater Camp: July 16-20, for grades 2-6.  Students will learn the basics of theater acting and participate in a mini production with VPA instructor Emily France.  $40 per student.

Intro into Music Camp: July 23-27, for grades K-6.  Instructor Emily France will lead students in learning about the basics of music as they sing along together and learn about how music is made.  $40 per student. 

Recycled Art: July 30-Aug. 3, for grades 3-8.  Working alongside artist, author and jewelry designer Candie Cooper, students will see art in a completely different way as they create projects from materials that can be found around your house and beyond.  $40 per student.

The Art of Story Telling: Aug. 6-10, for grades 2-6.  Students will spend the week learning the Japanese art of Kamishibai storytelling and create their own Kamishibai theater and story cards.  $40 per student.

YMCA Summer Central’s campers are able to register for these classes at the YMCA.  YMCA camp counselors will bring students who attend the arts camps to and from the Honeywell Center.

Reservations can be made through the Honeywell Center by visiting the box office from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, by calling (260) 563-1102 or visiting