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Memorial Day Service, presented by The Bloomington Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 604 and Valhalla Memory Gardens

The Bloomington Community Band will be perform at 9:30 a.m. The program starts at 10 a.m. and will include the Southern Indiana Pipe and Drum Corp, Boy Scout Color Guard Troop #148, vocalists Daniel and Nicholas Narducci and the Monroe County Honor Guard. Col. Michael P. Garlington, Commander of Crane Army Ammunition Activity, will be the guest speaker. Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs for seating.

Open Mic Comedy

Joe and Jan Edwards Show

A bar-b-que meal will be served at 1:00 PM.  Joe and Jan Edwards will be in concert at 2:30 PM

Ryder Film Series: ‘Before Stonewall’

Ryder Film Series: ‘Firesign Theater Fest’

String Academy Student Concert, Mimi Zweig, director

Black Lives Matter

IU Student Composers

Film: ‘Breakthrough’

When her 14-year-old son drowns in a lake, a faithful mother prays for him to come back from the brink of death and be healed.

Stars: Topher Grace, Josh Lucas, Chrissy Metz, Marcel Ruiz and Dennis Haysbert. Rated PG | 2 hrs | Concessions available, doors open 1/2 hour before showtime.

Sabrina Jalees (18+ show), The Bishop Bar, 123 S. Walnut St, Bloomington, IN

Though many comedians you see each year at Limestone have previously visited The Comedy Attic, one of the biggest goals we set out to accomplish each year is bringing some new faces to add a new dimension to the lineup. A great example of this is Sabrina Jalees.

Sabrina is already a star in her native Canada and is quickly becoming a comic to watch in America as well. Her Netflix comedy special debuted last year, and she’s currently developing a new series for Fox with Academy Award winner Diablo Cody. Sabrina has written for Transparent and TBS’ Search Party and has made appearances on Last Comic Standing, Adam Devine’s House Party on Comedy Central & VH1’s Best Week Ever. Sabrina has also written for Huffington Post, where she chronicled her experiences of coming out to her Pakistani family and the heartbreak of being shunned by those who helped raise her as she prepared for her wedding.

Presented b The Limestone Comedy Festival