Easter Egg Hunt Volunteers Needed

The Propylaeum will be hosting the annual Hop to the Prop Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 20th. The Easter Egg Hunt will begin at 11 a.m. We need volunteers to help with this event. · Donate Candy. Please drop of candy donations for eggs and goodie bags at the Prop. · Fill Eggs and Goodie Bags. Immediately following Prop Day on Weds., Arpil 17 we will be filling Easter eggs and Easter bags for the egg hunt. · Set Up.9 a.m. on Sat., April 20, help set up tables and “hide” Easter Eggs. If you would like to help, please contact Joanne Solomon at jsjgsolo@aol.com or call 317-257-4737.

Prop Road Show Visits The Barrington

As part of our outreach effort, the Indianapolis Propylaeum board and friends have visited three retirement communities to meet with Prop members who may no longer visit the Propylaeum on a regular basis. On March 26, the Prop Road Show visited The Barrington, in Carmel and were warmly greeted by long-time member Mary Jean Alig and former foundation board member Bill Browne. We love to meet with members to share our goals for the Propylaeum, but more importantly to record stories from Prop members about when they joined the Prop and their favorite memories. Photo: Top row: Diane Tolliver,Jim Glass, Liz Ellis, Shirley Roberts. Bottom row: Bill Browne and Mary Jean Alig

Suffrage Centennial

The Indiana Women’s Suffrage Centennial will commemorate the 100th anniversary of women’s right to vote in 2020. The effort is catalyzed by Indiana Humanities in partnership with the Indianapolis Propylaeum, Indiana Historical Society, and the Indiana Historical Bureau. Learn more at www.IndianaSuffrage100.org. The website has a calendar of suffrage events across the state as well as resources, talking points, and an essay overviewing the history of the suffrage movement in Indiana by Dr. Anita Morgan, a senior history lecturer at IUPUI. If you would like to be involved in the Propylaeum suffrage events please contact Liz Ellis at liz.ellis@thepropylaeum.org or call 317-638-7881 x5.

Bishop Concludes Third Season of WES

A purple scarf might be an appropriate accent to wear when Bishop Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows speaks Thursday, April 25th, as the third and final speaker in the 2018-2019 Marilyn K. Glick Women's Enrichment Series. Purple scarves were worn by supporters of more women in the clergy at her church's general convention. Purple symbolized breaking the stained glass ceiling for women, where only 13 percent of the clergy are women. Bishop Jennifer Baskerville-Burrows, who grew up in the projects of New York City, made world-wide news when she was elected the first African-American female diocesan bishop of the Episcopalian church in 2017. The projects didn't define her as she graduated from Smit

WES Goes to School

As part of the Propylaeum’s Women Enrichment Series, we offer the outreach program WES Goes to School. Last year WES sponsored Angela Brown’s performance for the entire Shortridge student body. She was quite a hit with the students offering them a wonderful introduction to her world of opera and inspiring them with stories of her own persistence in fulfilling her dreams. This year on April 25, WES will underwrite taking Aleta Hodge, author of Indiana Avenue – Life and Musical Journey from 1915 to 2015, to her alma mater Shortridge High School. Hodge will be accompanied by local jazz musicians. Together they will tell the history, in stories and music, of the great Indianapolis jazz musicians

Styled Photo Shoot Held at Prop

In early March a group of wedding professionals descended on the Prop and transformed it into a lavish wedding venue. The purpose of the shoot was to showcase the wedding professionals and create promotional pieces for bride-to-be. Photography: Beth Waterman Photography, Planner: All in the Details Stationary: Interprintations, Florals: Violets are Blue Floral Design, Cake: Heavenly Sweets Cakes/Noblesville, Indiana, Linens: LGi Linens, Male Attire: The Groomsman Suit Bridal Accessories: Adorn Brides, Calligraphy: eden + vine, Female Model: Emily Perry , Male Model: Happy Lacy-Connell, Hair and makeup: Simply Blue, Chairs: A Classic Party Rental, Ring Boxes: The Mrs. Box Jewelry: Katie Carde

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The Indianapolis Propylaeum

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1410 North Delaware Street  |  Indianapolis, IN 46202  Call 317.638.7881

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