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Shred day

Crime Stoppers of Central Indiana is looking to make Community Shred Day the “worst kept secret in town.” To participate, bring your sensitive information to one of two Indianapolis locations: The Speedway Police Headquarters, 1401 N. Lynhurst Dr., or WTHR, 1000 N. Meridian St., on April 24 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Not only will this day be an opportunity for you to protect yourself from identity theft, it will also offer you entertainment by watching the Shred-It® high-speed, mobile, cross-shredder in action. All shredded material will be recycled. Law enforcement officials will also be on site to collect prescription medications that you no longer need in an attempt to cut down on the risk of abuse or accidental ingestion by children.

Crime Stoppers is asking for a $5 per box donation for material brought to the event, which will go towards benefiting the non-profit. For more information, call (317) 481-5155 or visit crimetips.org.

STUTZ open house

Artists at the Stutz building will open their doors to the public for the building’s annual open house from 5:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. April 23, and from 2 p.m.-7 p.m. April 24. More than 70 local artists work in the studios, and open their doors to the public once a year. Guests can expect to enjoy food, live music, and original artwork around every corner of the building, which takes up an entire city block, and is located at 1060 N. Capitol Ave.

Tickets can be purchased for $10 in advance at Old National Bank centers or for $12 at the door. Proceeds go to a scholarship program that provides free studio space for emerging artists. For more information, call (317) 503-6420 or visit stutsartists.com.

Last call for entries

The Heartland High School Film Competition would like to remind potential participants that it is closing its call for entries May 15. Four finalists will be awarded $500 and two passes to the 2010 Heartland Film Festival. One grand prize winner will receive $2,500, paid travel and accommodations, and will have his or her film shown during the festival. For rules, entry forms or more information, visit trulymovingpictures.org.

School play

at the Athenaeum

Indiana’s first and only accelerated-model public charter school, Charles A. Tindley Accelerated School, will perform multiple showings of the musical production “Little Shop of Horrors” this month at the Athenaeum, 401 E. Michigan St. Tickets are $10 for children and seniors and $12 for adults at the shows, which will be 7 p.m. April 23 and 24, and at 2 p.m. April 25. For more information, call (317) 362-2501.

Women players honored

The Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame will celebrate its 2010 Women’s Induction Class April 24. There will be 10 ladies inducted, including Washington High School and University of Cincinnati star Cheryl Cook. Cook was the state’s Miss Basketball and the Indianapolis Star City Female Athlete of the Year in 1981, after scoring more than 1,428 points in her high school career. She still holds the career scoring record at Cincinnati and played six seasons professionally in Europe before the advent of the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA).

For more information on Cook, the other inductees or the Hall of Fame itself, call (765) 529-1891 or visit hoopshall.com.

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