Every month the Carmel Arts and Design District holds a gallery walk for people to come out and explore their community. This month’s theme was an April in Paris. Listen here to find out more.
Cru, a Carmel High School Christian club, hosted a Beach Party to celebrate Spring Break. The event took place just before Spring Break in the CHS Fieldhouse.
In this piece, WHJE’s Dan Burkhard explores what’s happening at the Museum of Miniature Houses. This museum is in downtown Carmel and has been drawing a lot of interest since its creation. There is also a new exhibit being displayed for just a short time. This piece includes interviews from local resident Cassandra Tice and museum founder Suzanne Landshof.
Officer DJ Schoef, a police officer at Carmel High School, held a mini-convocation during SRT on March 30th. He talked about MUSE, or Making connections, Understanding, Sharing, and Exploring. The students learned about how to have fun without regret while out of school, especially during spring break. Schoef went into detail about the function of teenagers’ brains and why they may make the decisions they do. As a whole, his main goal was to educate them about the decisions they make and how to stay safe while they’re on their own.
WHJE’s Leo Wroblewski sits down with Boys Varsity Lacrosse player Kurt Spitler to discuss the upcoming season and exciting things going on with the team.
The Carmel jazz bands recently had their Jazz Expressions Concert. This concert took place in the CHS auditorium, with the bands on stage. The four CHS jazz bands and the Carmel Middle School jazz band each performed several songs. WHJE’s Dan Burkhard reports on this event.
This year, 2016, is the year of Indiana’s bicentennial. The Carmel Clay Public Library along with the Teen Library Council held an event at the library to celebrate Indiana.