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- Grab a drink on the trolley between stops
“This is one of the best tickets in town because it’s such a unique event – it’s your only opportunity to hear these historic stories with a beer in hand surrounded by friends,” said Keira Amstutz, president and CEO at Indiana Humanities. “This year’s theme is a look at the fear and intrigue that surrounded people in Indianapolis during the Cold War era, and the jobs that were created due to the demand for greater intelligence.”
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- Indiana Historical Society actors help you step back in time
Indiana Humanities staff members work with the Indiana Historical Society staff to conduct archival research and interviews in order to develop the vignettes and characters. These vignettes and characters are played by Indiana Historical Society actors. According to an IH news release. “This year’s stops are all based on real events and include a re-enactment of the first meeting of the Indiana chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union and a retirement party for a long-time employee of the Eastside’s Naval Avionics Factory, which produced classified technology for the federal government after World War II,” stated Kristen Fuhs Wells.
When: Tuesday, June 21 and Wednesday, June 22, 6 – 9 p.m.
Where: Mass Ave. Cultural District. Locations include IndyFringe Theatre, Union 50 and St. Mary’s Church*
Cost: $60 (Ticket price includes food and drinks at each location, as well as at the pre- and post-gatherings)
Reservations required: http://duckandcoverbarcrawl.eventbrite.com
*In keeping with the theme, some of the details are TOP SECRET and won’t be announced until the evening of the event.
The event is held in partnership with the Indiana Historical Society and Sun King Brewing Company and is sponsored in part by CityWay. Other in-kind partners include St. Mary’s Church and Union 50.
Learn more at www.indianahumanities.org.