The 2nd Highland High School All Alumni (1956-2010) Reunion will be held at Shout's/Cooper's on Saturday, August 24 from 7 pm to 2 am. The All Alumni Reunion is for those who graduated from Highland High School, for Faculty & Staff, and those who attended Highland High School in Anderson.
All ages can sign up for the Summer Reading Program (SRP) from June 1 to July 31 at Anderson Public Library and the Lapel Branch. The library has hundreds of prizes to award — all participants have to do is read.
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Classes are free, but registration is required. Register at andersonlibrary.net or call 765-641-2456.
On Thursday, May 23 at 6:00pm at the Anderson Public Library (111 E. 12th Street), Anderson University music professor Dr. Christopher Holmes will present “Us and Them”: Loneliness and Belonging in Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon.
Anderson Public Library staff will offer a free “Using Newspapers in Genealogy Research” class on Tuesday, May 14 at 6:00pm at the Main Library, 111 E. 12th Street. Newspapers are one of the best sources for family history information but finding them and using them can be a problem. Indiana Room staff will review what information can be found and how to find it, how to locate old newspapers where your ancestors lived, and demonstrate how to use the growing number of online resources which feature scanned newspapers. Class size is limited, registration is required. Register online at andersonlibrary.net or call 765-641-2442.
Anderson Public Library will host a free self-defense program for women on Monday, May 13, from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. The program will be held at the Main Library located at 111 E. 12th Street in downtown Anderson.
Two Madison County high school seniors have earned four year, full tuition scholarships as recipients of 2013 Lilly Endowment Community Scholarships.
Anna Dudley of Pendleton Heights High School and Philip Horstmeyer of Lapel High School will each receive four years full tuition and required fees to attend the Indiana college of their choice, as well as a $900 annual stipend for required books and equipment.