Posted in January 2013

Teatime for All

The Redbud Hills Retirement Community, located at 3211 E. Moores Pike, invites volunteers in to meet their residents for tea or coffee, cookies and a chat about anything from the weather to hobbies to movies or travel.  The Enrichment Coordinator can provide material for Tea Time topics, such as poems, quotes or pictures, or bring … Continue reading

Hoosier Hills Food Bank Warehouse Assistants

The Hoosier Hills Food Bank takes the hunger out of poverty by collecting, storing and distributing food to non-profit agencies that feed the hungry in Brown, Lawrence, Orange, Owen, Martin and Monroe counties.  Warehouse volunteers assist with sorting and preparing products, cleaning, donation pick-ups and deliveries to social service agencies, and large mailings.  This is … Continue reading

Apply Now for the LEAD IU Catalyst Student Leader Retreat

Saturday, February 23rd from 11am-6pm The Catalyst® Student Leader Retreat is a 1-day leadership development program conducted by the LeaderShape Institute®.  Catalyst will challenge you to engage in meaningful conversations, ask questions, and go to the next level as you develop yourself as a leader.  Catalyst is also a great opportunity to network with other student … Continue reading

3rd Annual Latin Valentine Concert – Latin American Popular Music Ensemble

February 14, 2013 | John Waldron Arts Center, 122 S. Walnut St. | 8-10PM Espen Jensen  & Guido Sánchez, Directors; IU String Academy Chamber Orchestra, Daniel Stein, Guest Conductor.  Featuring new arrangements by Mexican composer Jose Francisco Cortés-Álvarez, and Brazilian percussionist Bruno Cabrera.  For questions call 812-856-9846 or email

Hot Pot Dinner for Freshmen

February 13, 2013 | ACC, 807 E. 10th St. | 5:30-7:30PM This outreach dinner is open to all IU freshmen and will feature Hot Pot, also known as Chinese fondue. Students will be able to meet new people, socialize, and learn about this unique method of Asian cooking! Email to reserve your free spot!