INDIANAPOLIS - Two words. Bobby Knight. We've got his book signing info, a fun benefit with great food and more. Here's the scoop on some events this Thursday in Indianapolis with #INDYTODAY.
Every day, we'll keep you in the loop on happenings in Indy. Today, there are a couple items on the to-do list that might tickle your fancy.
Bobby Knight's book signing
Former Indiana University men's basketball coach Bobby Knight is signing books from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday at the NCAA Hall of Champions (700 W. Washington St.). The legendary coach will be signing copies of his book, "The Power of Negative Thinking."
"Pasta for Pets"
The Atrium (3243 E. Thompson Road) is hosting "Pasta for Pets" from 6 to 9 p.m. Come downtown to enjoy Italian food, wine, dessert and music, all benefiting the Southside Animal Shelter. The fun-filled evening also includes a silent auction with a wide array of items featured. Note: Guests must register in advance on the shelter's website, as no tickets will be sold a the door.
"Music for All" Festival
Student musicians from across the U.S. are arriving in Indianapolis for the "Music for All" national festival. It begins Thursday and runs through Saturday at the Warren Performing Arts Center and Butler University. Forty ensembles will take part in the 23rd annual festival. Admission to several performances are free and tickets to featured events can be purchased at Ticket Master's website.
Shredding and information-sharing event
Local representatives of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service are hosting a one-day shredding and information-sharing event from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday at the Mapleton Post Office (2650 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. St.). Individuals can bring up to four boxes of paper per vehicle. It's all part of National Consumer Protection Week, as documents could contain personal information and could end up in the wrong hands.