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What To Do Terre Haute always has something for you to do, no matter the season or your interests. Your only problem will be deciding where to start first. The field cuts around turn four of the Terre Haute Action Track during the Sumar Classic modified feature race. academic buildings. All exhibits are free and open to the public from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., weekdays. Group tours are available. Members of the Griffin Bike Park youth team. Arts Corridor Seventh Street-Downtown Terre Haute The Terre Haute Arts Corridor runs through the heart of downtown Terre Haute and into the ISU campus and features an art museum, galleries, artist studios, public art, theaters, unique boutiques and a lively coffee shop. Many other unique eateries and shops may be found nearby. Rose-Hulman Permanent Art Collection, Temporary Exhibits and Programs Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology Moench Hall (812) 877-8452 On-campus collections include Hadley Pot- tery, an extensive collection of 19th-century British watercolors and the largest collection of original water colors by D. Omer “Salty” Seamon. Special exhibits featuring local, na- tional and international artists are on display in the hallways of Moench Hall and other Swope Art Museum 25 S Seventh Street (812) 238-1676 www.swope.org The Swope Art Museum is a place where you can discover the best of Ameri- can art. Located in the heart of Downtown Terre Haute in the Arts & Culture District, the Museum offers a schedule of changing exhibitions, talks, tours, art classes, and more. Open Tuesday through Sunday 12-5 with extended hours on Fridays until 8. Group tours by appointment. Admission is free and validated parking is available in the Sky Garden Parking Garage. University Art Gallery Indiana State University Seventh and Chestnut streets (812) 237-3720 www.indstate.edu/artgallery Located in the Center for Performing and Fine Arts, the University Art Gallery pro- vides exhibitions of contemporary art and a Visiting Artist/Scholar lecture series that coincides with the exhibits. Open 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday through Saturday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Thursday. The gallery is open to the public. Admission is free. Public Art Art Spaces 669 Ohio Street (812) 235-2801 Discover the heart of Terre Haute through public sculptures found within the newly des- ignated 41|40 Arts and Cultural District, in many city parks and on local university cam- puses. Each unique work of art is carefully placed by Art Spaces to add meaning and liveliness to the city landscape, and all are available for people of all ages to enjoy free of charge. Consider a walk throughout the newly designated 41|40 Arts and Cultural District, where you will find more than a doz- en outdoor sculptures, or take in the entire collection by bike or car. Art Spaces brings together people, business and art to build a vibrant city. For sculpture locations and a map: www.wabashvalleyartspaces.com History Museum CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center 1532 S Third Street (812) 234-7881 www.candlesholocaustmuseum.org CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Edu- cation Center shines a light on the story of the Holocaust and Eva Kor to illuminate the world with hope, healing, respect and responsibility. The museum features the WHAT TO DO | Guide to Terre Haute • 29