INDIANAPOLIS - Cheerleaders, possible traffic and a special guest speaker at the Children's Museum. Here's the scoop on some happenings this Thursday in Indianapolis with #INDYTODAY.
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Today, there are a few items on the to-do list that might tickle your fancy. Make sure to follow us on Twitter and tune in to Good Morning Indiana every day from 4:30 to 7 on RTV6 for updates on area happenings.
Colts cheerleaders hold final auditions
The Colts cheerleader final audition showcase begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Hilbert Circle Theater. Come out and join the Colts for an evening of food and fun as 50 finalists compete to represent the team as a member of the 2014 Colts cheerleaders. The price to attend ranges from $10 to $30.
Mom delivers anti-bullying message
Jeane White-Ginder, mother of Ryan White, will deliver her anti-bullying message Thursday at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis. Her son was the 13-year-old Kokomo teen who contracted the AIDS virus through a blood transfusion and as a result, was denied entry into public school. His mother will talk about her experiences with Ryan, who died in 1990. She'll be speaking from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Children's Museum Earth Day
Learn about the wonders of the Earth with your kids, and how simple changes to your lifestyle can keep the planet green, blue and awesome for generations to come. It's happening from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Children's Museum of Indianapolis.
A possible traffic headache could be the result of the last day of the Midwest Petroleum and Convenience trade show at the Convention Center. Also known as "M-PACT 2014," the show features innovative leaders and numerous exhibits. You can still register online to attend at mpact.org.