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Nov 26, 2015


Nov 27, 2015


Nov 28, 2015

This Saturday

Nov 29, 2015

This Sunday

  • Trivia Brawl 8pm to 10pm @ Be Here Now

    Every week, egos are crushed and legends are born at Trivia Brawl, Muncie's longest-running trivia gameshow. Since 2007, Trivia Brawl has been mixing comedy, current events, politics, local pride, pop culture, science, history, an arms race of terrible team names, and alcohol into an Entertainment Nergasm Bonanza™.
    - All players are encouraged to gain a competitive advantage by requesting topics
    - Every tenth question is part of our inadvertent quest to discriminate against the deaf, and has players listening to a song and attempting to identify its title, band, and album.
    - The fifth round is a special visual aid round in which the blind are instead at an unfair disadvantage.
    - Booster Charades: The team in last place can optionally play a round of charades on stage for a bonus point while we point and laugh at them
    - Punitive Karaoke: A team deemed worthy of punishment is called upon to read a sheet of lyrics with neither musical accompaniment nor a clue what the song is. All teams can get up to two points if they can correctly guess the band or the title of the song.

    Come and play for free, solo or with a team, and show off your command of all knowledge trivial. Win, and split up $25 in food and drinks. Lose, and possibly get a prize anyway. The games tend to last an hour and a half, unless we go into a Sudden Death Lightning Bloodfeud Overtime Round (of Death)™.

    Sign up before 7:30pm to get a bonus point!

    Sundays at 8pm at Be Here Now
    505 N Dill St., Muncie, IN
    Food and drinks / All ages

    Stalk us on Facebook!

    Email us at trivia@PhantomWatson.com if you have questions or topic requests.

    Tags: the village, trivia
    Series: Trivia Brawl
    Source: http://facebook.com/triviabrawl
    Author: Graham Watson

Dec 1, 2015

This Tuesday

Dec 3, 2015


  • First Thursday 5pm to 8pm @ Downtown
    Photography on display at Gallery 308 Photography on display at Gallery 308 Artwork by Ana de Brea on display at Muncie Makes Lab Artwork by Cynthia McHone on display at Muncie Makes Lab Artwork by Lynette Whitesell on display at The Artist Within Artwork by Lynette Whitesell on display at The Artist Within

    The Artist Within
    313 S Walnut

    The Artist Within features "Empathetic Anesthetics", artwork by Lynette Whitesell throughout the month of December. First Thursday December 3rd from 5-8 pm kicks off the Holiday Season with “Light Up Downtown” and the annual lighting of the community tree at Canan Commons. Many activities are planned for the evening and the Artist Within will host an opening reception to meet their featured artist Lynette Whitesell.  Please come meet Lyn and enjoy the festivities and light refreshments.


    Gallery 308
    308 E Main
    8 Days in Cuba

    Gallery 308 opens 8 DAYS IN CUBA “exhibition with a free reception from 5 to 8 p.m. on Thursday, December 3.  The exhibit features the photographic journey of 15 Ball State journalism students and four journalism faculty members on an eight-day trip to Cuba in March 2015.

    Ryan Sparrow, the exhibition coordinator and three other BSU journalism teachers accompanied the students on the trip including Chris Flook, Robin Blom and Hans Kellogg.  Sparrow said, “The students went on a trip of the lifetime. The idea was to travel to Cuba and get a sense of its people, culture and history.   What they found was a county ready to forget its past conflicts with the United States but not quite aware of what that might mean.”  He added, “What we got from the trip was the chance to interact with the people of this warm and inviting country.  There is a sense of optimism about the future of Cuba and a county on the brink of change.”

    The spring break trip saw the travelers visit Havana, a former coffee plantation and the town of Trinidad.   The exhibit will feature a mix of 25 photographs from both the faculty and the students of landscapes, old cars and of interesting faces of people they met on their trip. 

    The exhibit will be on display during the First Thursday gallery opening on December 3 and by appointment through December 30. Visitors may call or text 765-289-8575 to set an appointment.    Admission is free.

    Gallery 308 is a 501(c)(3) community art gallery is located  at 308 East Main Street. Muncie.   To inquire about gallery hours, call 765-289-8575, or visit www.gallery308.org.


    Gordy Fine Art & Framing Co.
    224 E Main

    Carl and Barbara Schafer invite you to Gordy Fine Art and Framing Co. on First Thursday December 3, 5 – 8 pm. We will open our Annual Salon Show with work from all 25 artists represented by GFAF Gallery. Many of the artists will be on hand to chat and answer questions.

    At 6:30 the Muncie-Delaware County Chamber of Commerce will welcome the Schafers as new downtown merchants at a Ribbon Cutting celebrating their new ownership of Gordy Fine Art and Framing Company.

    Bring your friends for the many creative experiences available on First Thursday throughout downtown Muncie. At Gordy Framing, we specialize in promoting talented artists from East Central Indiana, and offering expert design and craftsmanship for framing and displaying your most treasured family possessions and works of art.


    Grace Episcopal Church
    300 S Madison

    Steve Robert and the Jazzmanian Devils will perform at Grace Episcopal Church. The concert begins at 6:30pm. This band plays a folk rock style of music. Art work by local artist Patrick Foley will be on display through out the evening. Doors open at 5pm.


    Heidi J Hale Designs
    301 S Walnut

    Heidi J Hale Designs will have “Santa’s Helpers” on hand during the December 3rd “Light Up Downtown” festivities.   Please make plans to stop in and let these helpers make your “wish list” complete with ring sizes, preferences and contact info for your “Santa”.  They would also help you in your gift selections for the special ones on your list. Heidi and her helpers hope to see you during First Thursday from 5-8pm.


    Muncie Makes Lab
    628 S Walnut

    Title: ‘Doodles 2’
    Down Time Patterns, Cynthia McHone
    Media: Pen and ink
    This exhibit celebrates abstract harmonies. The rhythms, geometries, textures, and abstract landscapes created under the influences/echoes of Gustav Klimt, William Morris, Owen Jones, and appliqué quilting.

    Title: boxing INSIDE THE BOX2
    Design is the New Religion, Ana de Brea
    New construction

    Tags: downtown, dwntwn, first thursday, folk rock, painting, photography
    Source: FirstThursday@theMuncieScene.com
    Author: Graham Watson

Dec 4, 2015