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AUG. 27 CALENDAR projects and puzzles. For more information, call the Vigo County Public Library at 812-232-1113 visit or www.vigo.lib.in.us/events. AUG. 18 Half Moon Half Marathon, $50 half marathon, $40 quarter marathon, $25 5K, 9 p.m., Griffin Bike Park, 10700 Bono Road. Come run the Half Moon Half trail run in the dark through the brutal ele- ments! Come test your strength and endurance in this fun half marathon, quarter marathon and 5K trail run event — and don’t forget your headlamp! To register, visit halfmoonhalf.itsyourrace.com. AUG. 18 & 19 Terre Haute Air Show, $15 per day, $125 VIP, table of eight $800, 10 a.m., Terre Haute Regional Airport, 581 S. Airport St. Nothing compares to the joy of watching the Blue Angels — the U.S. Navy’s flight demonstration squadron — taking to the skies and performing unbelievable stunts! The sight of the pilots maneuvering their aircraft in ways you didn’t think were possible will leave you at the edge of your seats. The Blue Angels, along with other local and national performers, will be mesmerizing guests at the Terre Haute Air The Women’s Equality Day March is a civic non-partisan campus/com- munity event to commemorate the 1920 passage of the 19th Amendment, giving U.S. women full voting rights. Equal Rights Day is nationally recog- nized on Aug. 26. This year’s march will occur on Aug. 27 with pre-march activities beginning at 5:15, including making posters, in ISU Parking Lot G (corner Chestnut and Ninth streets). Following a short program at 6 p.m., marchers will proceed along the east, south and west side of campus accom- panied by songs of the suffragists. The event will conclude at Dede Plaza, with a short closing program, refreshments, and resource/display tables, including voter registration. A tram is available for persons unable to walk the route. Attendees are invited to dress up in period costume (1910s, 1920s or 1970s) or just come as you are. Participants can bring women’s personal hygiene items, which will be donated to local shelters. The event is spon- sored by the League of Women Voters-Vigo County, ISU Office of the Presi- dent, ISU Community Engagement, ISU Library and community businesses and organizations. Connect to the March via Women’s Day March at www. facebook.com/WomensdaymarchTH. We offer a full spectrum of trusted and professional in-home care services to help our clients maintain their independence in the comfort of their own homes. A Helping Hand Can Make All the Difference Always open Welcoming environment Friendly support 320 S. 3rd St. Ste A-B • 812-917-3776 101 S. Fruitridge Ave. • 812-235-8463 4425 S. 7th St. • 812-917-4436 *Offer valid with a minimum 12 month membership agreement at participating locations only. Terms and conditions may vary based on applicable state laws and regulations. Monthly dues still apply. Each location is independently owned and operated. tribstar.com/terrehauteliving We help seniors remain independent at home... • Personal care, bathing & dressing assistance • Light housekeeping & meal preparation • Transportation to appointments & errands • Alzheimer’s & dementia care • Carefully screened professionals committed to providing excellent care 812-232-9766 3850 Wabash Avenue, Terre Haute, IN 47803 Most offices independently owned & operated ComfortKeepers.com/Office-556 August 2018 • Terre Haute Living 55