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Tues. April 16 at 7 pm

Honeywell House

Get the inside scoop on the Indy 500! Wabash native Michael Kaltenmark is the Senior Director of Marketing for the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. He will  present some Speedway history, speak about his role, and share stories about people and events at the track. Free admission.

Art Songs

Thurs. Feb. 22 at 7 pm

Honeywell House

Mezzo-soprano Mackenzie Sheridan will present a program of classical vocal music. Mackenzie is a graduate of Wabash High School and is currently a student at Manchester University where she is studying voice with Dr. Debra Lynn. Mackenzie’s recital will include art songs and arias. David Hupp will be her accompanist. Free admission.

Autumn Festival

Sponsored by David L. Mann, CLU, ChFC, CFP, MSFS Northwestern Mutual Wealth Management Company


Thurs. July 25 at 7 pm

Honeywell House

Chanticleer and pianist William Foster McDaniel return to delight Honeywell House audiences with a program to include Haydn‘s String Quartet Op.77 #1. Free admission.

Dancing Piano Duets

Thurs. May 2 at 7 pm

Honeywell House

An evening of dance music performed on the beloved Honeywell House Steinway 

awaits. Timothy Stephenson and Nicha Stapanukul will perform a variety of 

repertoire arranged for four hands, one piano, including Dvorak's Slavonic Dances. Free admission.

Emma Edmonds

Tues. April 9 at 7 pm

Honeywell House

Storyteller Carol Gebert will present the epic tale of a Canadian woman who dressed as a man to fight for Lincoln's army during the Civil War. The story performed is based on Emma's book and other Civil War stories to create a solid tale of what a soldier's life was like while hiding her gender. Free admission.

Eugenia's Table

Thurs. June 27 at 3 pm

Honeywell House

Mrs. Honeywell loved traveling and bringing back interesting mementos. We invite you to share your favorite travel experiences and souvenirs, whether from around Indiana or around the world. Enjoy a dessert prepared by Chef David Ericsson. $15 per person.

Founders Festival Activities

Sat. Sept. 17 from 9 am - 3 pm

Dr. Ford Historic Home

Join us during Wabash's Founders Festival for craft activities and tours of the Dr. Ford Home. 

9 am to 2 pm - free self-guided tours and activities on the lawn

10 am - Story Hour In the Parlor

11 am - Make Your Own Corn Husk Doll

1 pm - Music In The Garden

Gene Stratton Porter

Tues. Nov. 14 at 7 pm

Honeywell House

Shaun Payne is the Site Director of Limberlost State Historic Site. He will talk about the life and legacy of Gene Stratton Porter, with an emphasis on her time growing up in Wabash County, from her childhood in Lagro to a young adult in Wabash, ultimately ending up in Los Angeles. Learn about her written works, award winning photographs, impact on the environment, and her movie career in Hollywood. Free admission.

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George Berg

Thurs. March 7 at 7 pm

Honeywell House

The George Berg Quartet is a men’s group from First United Methodist Church. Steven Hentgen, Alan Palmer, Daniel Stauffer, Jim Flack, and pianist Susan Vanlandingham will entertain you with a variety of music, including gospel, praise and worship, and hymns. Free admission.

Halloween at the House

Tues. Oct. 31

Honeywell House

Bring your ghosts, goblins and little angels by the House during Wabash’s trick-or-treat hours for a spook and a treat!

Holiday Floral Arranging

Sponsored by Crossroads Bank

Sat. Dec. 2 at 10 am

Charley Creek Gardens

Join us at the Charley Creek Gardens as Jennifer Love-George of Love Bug Floral leads us in creating a seasonal arrangement. $35 per person - covers all materials. Reservations are required.

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