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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

Thursday Night Live at Eagles Theatre

 

THURSDAY NIGHT LIVE
At Eagles Theatre

Sponsored by Pizza King of Wabash and F.C. Tucker  / Wabash Realty LLC

Eagles Theatre live shows offer a variety of entertainment
in the casual, intimate setting of the historic Eagles Theatre.

Doors open for all shows at 6:30 pm. Show at 7:30 pm.
General admission seating.
All shows are $12 in advance and $15 day of show.
Pick any three (or more) for only $10 per show! Call 260.563.1102 for this special pricing.

 

Bob Zany
Comedy (For mature audiences) – Thurs. Jan. 12
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The Day the Music Died
Tribute (Terry LeMaster) – Thurs. Jan. 19
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Lee Lewis and the All Stars
Oldies – Thurs. Feb. 16
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Reen Family Singers
Gospel – Thurs. March 16
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Duke Tumatoe
Blues / Rock – Thurs. April 13
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Cosmic Situation
Blues / Soul – Thurs. May 11
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Influx
Motown / R&B – Thurs. May 25
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HH Oct16 Events

 

Tastes on the Terrace

Every Wednesday • 5-8 pm 
September through October 12


Corporate Sponsor: Rick & Nancy Fisher

Individual Sponsor: Richard Tucker

Tastes on the Terrace is back for its 6th season. Enjoy outdoor dining and
drinks on the beautiful terrace. Weekly menus will be available on
our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/honeywellhouse.

Herald: The Trumpet
as a Cultural Heritage
Presented by Dr. Brittany Hendricks
and the Ball State University
Fanfare Trumpet Ensemble


Tues. Oct. 4 • 7 pm

Sponsored by John and Ana Gackenheimer

The presentation explores the trumpet’s societal significance across centuries, cultures and geographical regions and makes the case for modern-day trumpet ensembles as a valuable and often untapped means of preserving this legacy. . 

Request Reservation

Indiana Historian James Madison
Part of the
Martha Jones Indiana Author Series

Thurs. Oct. 13 • 7 pm

Presented by Wabash Carnegie Library, Round Table Book Club, and the Honeywell House

Revered Indiana University Professor James Madison’s first Indiana history book titled Indiana, The Indiana Way: A State History was published in 1986. His latest book is a followup titled Hoosiers: A New History of Indiana. Madison has taught at Hiroshima University in Japan and the University of Kent in Canterbury, England.

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Clayton Marcum Sings Showtunes

Tues. Oct. 18 • 7 pm

Clayton Marcum will present a program of favorite Broadway showtunes. A student at Manchester University, Clayton played the role of Bert in the 2015 Wabash Area Community Theater production of Mary Poppins.

Request Reservation

Ghostly Tales of Haunted Wabash
Presented by Ron Woodward

Thurs. Oct. 27 • 7 pm

County historian Ron Woodward has researched superstitions, crimes, and unusual happenings in and around Wabash County. He has published two books: Wabash County Chronicles: Raucous, Quirky, and Essential Tales (with Gladys Harvey), and Hidden History of Wabash County, Indiana.

Request Reservation

Halloween at the House

Mon. Oct. 31

Bring your ghosts, goblins and little angels by the House on Halloween for a spook and a treat. The House will be open during the official trick or treating hours posted in the paper.


The Honeywell House is a cultural house museum
and is part of The Honeywell Foundation.

 

HH Oct16 Events

 

Tastes on the Terrace

Every Wednesday • 5-8 pm 
September through October 12


Corporate Sponsor: Rick & Nancy Fisher

Individual Sponsor: Richard Tucker

Tastes on the Terrace is back for its 6th season. Enjoy outdoor dining and
drinks on the beautiful terrace. Weekly menus will be available on
our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/honeywellhouse.

Herald: The Trumpet
as a Cultural Heritage
Presented by Dr. Brittany Hendricks
and the Ball State University
Fanfare Trumpet Ensemble


Tues. Oct. 4 • 7 pm

Sponsored by John and Ana Gackenheimer

The presentation explores the trumpet’s societal significance across centuries, cultures and geographical regions and makes the case for modern-day trumpet ensembles as a valuable and often untapped means of preserving this legacy. . 

Request Reservation

Indiana Historian James Madison
Part of the
Martha Jones Indiana Author Series

Thurs. Oct. 13 • 7 pm

Presented by Wabash Carnegie Library, Round Table Book Club, and the Honeywell House

Revered Indiana University Professor James Madison’s first Indiana history book titled Indiana, The Indiana Way: A State History was published in 1986. His latest book is a followup titled Hoosiers: A New History of Indiana. Madison has taught at Hiroshima University in Japan and the University of Kent in Canterbury, England.

Request Reservation

Clayton Marcum Sings Showtunes

Tues. Oct. 18 • 7 pm

Clayton Marcum will present a program of favorite Broadway showtunes. A student at Manchester University, Clayton played the role of Bert in the 2015 Wabash Area Community Theater production of Mary Poppins.

Request Reservation

Ghostly Tales of Haunted Wabash
Presented by Ron Woodward

Thurs. Oct. 27 • 7 pm

County historian Ron Woodward has researched superstitions, crimes, and unusual happenings in and around Wabash County. He has published two books: Wabash County Chronicles: Raucous, Quirky, and Essential Tales (with Gladys Harvey), and Hidden History of Wabash County, Indiana.

Request Reservation

Halloween at the House

Mon. Oct. 31

Bring your ghosts, goblins and little angels by the House on Halloween for a spook and a treat. The House will be open during the official trick or treating hours posted in the paper.


The Honeywell House is a cultural house museum
and is part of The Honeywell Foundation.

 

Promo – Farm to Fork

 
 

Promo – Farm to Fork

 
 

Jay Owenhouse: The Authentic Illusionist

 

 

Sponsored by Kirtlan Automotive

Sat. Jan. 14 at 7:30 pm

Jay Owenhouse is a legendary escape artist and one of the most awarded illusionists in history. His latest tour, “Dare to Believe!” is an illusion spectacular voted by audiences and critics to be “One of the Top 10 Live Shows in America.” Jay welcomes you into his mysterious world of wonder and the impossible. Experience a night of grand illusions, Bengal tigers up close, dangerous escapes, and inspiring storytelling.

Regular tickets: $29, $39
VIP premium ticket: $69 

DINING INFORMATION

 

The Best of The Second City

The Best of The Second City

 

 

Sat. Jan. 21 at 7:30 pm

Chicago’s legendary sketch and improv comedy theater will hit the stage with “The Best of The Second City.” This must-see show features improve combined with the best sketches and songs from The Second City’s 55-year history, made famous by superstars like Tina Fey, Stephen Colbert, Steve Carell, Gilda Radner, Bill Murray and more. For mature audiences.

$18, $25, $50

On sale Sept. 22 at 8 am

DINING INFORMATION

 

Elvis Lives

Elvis Lives

 

 

Thurs. Jan. 26 at 7:30 pm

Elvis Lives is an unforgettable multi-media and live musical journey across Elvis’ life. The show is narrated by Elvis himself, in his own voice and words, through restored footage direct from the Graceland Archives. Featuring winners from Elvis Presley Enterprises’ worldwide Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Contest, audiences “Can’t Help Falling In Love”® with this phenomenal concert experience.

Main floor $45
Balcony $35

On sale Sept. 22 at 8 am

DINING INFORMATION

Steve Vai

Steve Vai

 

 Steve Vai
Thurs. Oct. 27 at 7:30 pm

More than three decades, 15 million albums sold, and three Grammy Awards later, Steve Vai continues to use unbridled guitar virtuosity and soulful artistry to explore the spectrum of human emotion. He has proven himself, in his own right, to be one of music’s true originals. For the first time, Vai will perform the entire Passion and Warfare record from top to bottom, with some very special surprises in store!

$29, $39, $100

DINING INFORMATION

Front Row – EVO Experience Package ($275)
– One front row ticket
– VIP early entry into the venue
– Exclusive meet & greet with Steve Vai
– Personal photograph with Steve Vai
– VIP access to Steve Vai’s preshow soundcheck
– Exclusive onstage tour of Steve Vai’s guitar world
– Q&A session with Steve Vai
– Specially designed EVO tour shirt (exclusive to VIP packages only)
– Collectible tour poster autographed by Steve Vai (limited print, numbered)
– Set of official Steve Vai guitar picks (with custom case)
– Exclusive Steve Vai VIP merchandise item
– Official meet & greet laminate
– Very limited availability

Meet & Greet – EVO Experience Package ($225)
– One reserved ticket located in the first 10 rows
– VIP early entry into the venue
– Exclusive meet & greet with Steve Vai
– Personal photograph with Steve Vai
– VIP access to Steve Vai’s preshow soundcheck
– Q&A session with Steve Vai
– Specially designed EVO tour shirt (exclusive to VIP packages only)
– Collectible tour poster autographed by Steve Vai (limited print, numbered)
– Set of official Steve Vai guitar picks (with custom case)
– Exclusive Steve Vai VIP merchandise item
– Official meet & greet laminate
– Limited availability

EVO Tour Package ($99)
– One reserved ticket located in the first 15 rows
– Specially designed EVO tour shirt (exclusive to VIP packages only)
– Collectible tour poster autographed by Steve Vai (limited print, numbered)
– Set of official Steve Vai guitar picks (with custom case)
– Exclusive Steve Vai VIP merchandise item
– Commemorative EVO tour laminate
– Limited availability

Art Workshops at the Charley Creek Gardens

 

Cut and Forge Adult Art Workshops

Cuffs n’ Stuff with Candie Cooper – Sat. Oct. 1
Details
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Collages with Hannah Burnworth – Sat. Oct. 8
Details
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Metalworking with Candie Cooper – Sat. Nov. 5
Details
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Bookmaking with Hannah Burnworth – Sat. Nov. 12
Details
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Workshops will be held at the Charley Creek Gardens
 from 9 am to noon. $50 per person. 
For details on each workshop,
please visit the Charley Creek Gardens
website
To purchase, call 260.563.1102 or buy online.

 

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