Today's featured shows include the Fall Fest Concert Spectacular at Madison Park Church of God in Anderson; performances in the Entertainment Tent from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Gaither Family Resources; and a Q&A session with Bill and Gloria Gaither from ...
The first day of autumn may have been Friday, but summer temperatures linger on. Expect continued unseasonably warm temperatures under sunny skies all weekend. High temperatures will be 89 today and 88 Sunday, while lows barely make it into the lower 60s both nights.
Here are some highlighted events to consider:
ASO’s golden hour
The Anderson Symphony Orchestra rolls out the red carpet to celebrate the opening of its 50th anniversary season tonight with a concert featuring Sandi Patty, Jay and Amy Rouse, Randy Frieling, Heather Bays, Layke Jones, Concertmaster Byron Plexico, and baseball legend Carl Erskine.
Tickets are $10 to $35 and can be purchased at the Paramount Theatre box office, 1124 Meridian Plaza, by calling 765-644-2111 or at andersonsymphony.org.
Gaither gospel celebration
Live music, food and shopping will highlight the Gaither Fall Fest Hometown Spectacular, which wraps up today.
The annual event celebrates the Gaithers’ hometown and gospel music with free activities on the Gaither Family Resources grounds, plus paid concerts.
Today’s featured shows include the Fall Fest Concert Spectacular at Madison Park Church of God in Anderson; performances in the Entertainment Tent from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Gaither Family Resources; and a Q&A session with Bill and Gloria Gaither from 10:30 a.m. to noon.
Ticket prices and information on other festival events is available at familyfallfest.com.
Must-win for the Colts?
How bad can it get for Indianapolis? We could find out Sunday when the winless (and historically inept) Browns come to town.
Both teams are struggling, but Indianapolis has arguably looked worse in its two games, including a 37-point road loss to the Rams and a blown 10-point fourth-quarter lead last week against Arizona.
Jacoby Brissett will start at quarterback for the Colts, hoping to revive an offense that has shown few signs of life so far.
Kickoff is at 1 p.m., and the game will be broadcast locally on WTTV (CBS4).
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