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Experience Michiana - February 13th, 2020

Episode #1097 - February 13th, 2020
August Wilson has been called the Shakespeare of America and the South Bend Civic Theatre has committed to doing his "American Century Cycle" over the next 10 years. The NIHHC believes that active families are healthier families. Krista takes us to Benton Harbor, Michigan where she visits The Livery.
Original Airdate: February 13, 2020

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  • February 13th, 2020 Photo
    The August Wilson Project
    Aaron Nichols More Information
    February 13th, 2020 Photo

    In This Segment

    August Wilson has been called the Shakespeare of America and the South Bend Civic Theatre has committed to doing his "American Century Cycle" over the next 10 years. This year they are doing "Gem of the Ocean" with will be on stage February 21st thru March 1st. Aaron Nichols and one of the actors talks to Kelly and Rick about the August Wilson Project, why they are doing it, and what it means to them. Get more info at: www.SBCT.org

    Guests

    1. Aaron NicholsExecutive DirectorSouth Bend Civic Theatre

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    Futsal Tournament
    Liliana Quintero More Information
    February 13th, 2020 Photo

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    The NIHHC believes that active families are healthier families. To help promote activity they are hosting the second annual NIHHC Futsal Tournament. Futsal is basically indoor soccer on a smaller court. Divisions include kids from age 6 to 16 and the tournament will take place at Elkhart Central High School from February 21st to February 23rd. Get more info here: www.nihhc.com

    Guests

    1. Liliana QuinteroExecutive DirectorNorthern Indiana Hispanic Health Coalition

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    Experience Sustainability Michiana
    Krista Bailey More Information
    February 13th, 2020 Photo

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    Krista takes us to Benton Harbor, Michigan where she visits The Livery. She finds out how an old building is being repurposed as a brewery/pizza place and what other areas The Livery is looking to be sustainable in what they do.

    Guests

    1. Krista BaileyDirectorIU South Bend Center for a Sustainable Future

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