First Thursday of the month
The Conservatory is open on the first Thursday night of the month for a discounted admission of just $1 per person. During each $1 Night you can also drop in to our program room for a fun and educational lecture or activity. No reservations required. We validate parking tickets from the Civic Center Parking Garage for free parking. For more information, call (260) 427-6440.
DNI: A “Twelve Days” Concert
December 1, 6:00-7:00 pm
Local musicians will perform thematic pieces that you can enjoy as you explore our Twelve Days of Christmas holiday showcase.
DNI: Flower Pot Snowman
January 5, 6:00-7:30 pm
Now that the holidays are past, wind down and have some fun at the Conservatory. We will be making a Flower Pot Snowman. Crafting skills are not necessary—this will be guided and assisted by instructor Darlene Tompkinson.
DNI: Black History Month
February 2, 5:00-7:00 pm
During Black History Month, discover George Washington Carver, the botanist and inventor who developed one of the most revolutionary concepts in American agriculture — crop rotation. He is known for documenting the many uses of peanuts and for supporting peanuts in rotation with cotton to replenish the fields. And enjoy some tasty peanut-y treats!