Live Music at the Kokomo Country Palace

The Kokomo Country Palace will again be hosting two nights of live music this weekend, featuring Grand Ole Opry veteran Craig Campbell tonight and Isaac Rudd on Saturday.

Campbell, a singer-songwriter who has toured with the likes of Luke Bryan, has been compared to country music icons like Alan Jackson and Randy Travis. His songs like “Keep Them Kisses Comin’” and “Outskirts of Heaven” has put his name on the tops of country music charts and earned critical acclaim.

Tickets for Campbell’s performance are $20, or $30 for guaranteed seats. He will take the stage at 9:30 p.m. tonight.

Rudd, a Hoosier native, will perform with his band, The Revolvers, beginning at 9:30 p.m. on Saturday. The cover for the night is $5.

Storytellers at the State Theatre

Storytellers from across the Midwest will converge on the State Theater from 8 to 10:15 p.m. tonight to deliver tales of fiction and non-fiction to bring laughter, tears and cheers to story enthusiasts.

The oldest form of entertainment and sharing of knowledge known to humankind (even pre-dating written language), storytelling, is alive and well today.

The group of storytellers are traveling from Michigan, Indiana, Ohio and Illinois. Their diverse backgrounds include college professors, comedians, public speakers, teachers, public relations and marketing executives, Army/combat veterans, and even a pastor.

Cost is $10 per ticket; students are $5 with identification.

Carver Canvas to paint ‘Enchanted Rose’

Join the Carver Community Center for its Second Fridays Carver Canvas event. This month, the group will be painting an “Enchanted Rose” for all of you “Beauty and the Beast” fans.

The cost is $30 per painter, with a $5 discount for Carver Center members. All proceeds benefit Carver Community Center. The event is for ages 16 and older, unless accompanied by a painting adult. Refreshments will be served and carry-in food items are welcome.

The class capacity is 20 painters, first come first serve. Reservations must be paid in advance and will be accepted at the Carver office.

18th Annual Walk A Mile in My Shoes

The annual Walk A Mile In My Shoes fundraiser will be held Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. The event is a one-mile round trip walk from Kokomo Rescue Mission (KRM) main building to Open Arms.

The Walk is on the second Saturday of February each year. The timing of the event was an intentional choice made to educate the community about the difficult effects of homelessness.

The proceeds from the event benefit the Open Arms shelter for women and children. All participants are encouraged to raise $50 to $100 in tax-deductible donations (checks made out to Kokomo Rescue Mission). For more information, visit www.kokomorescuemission.org/events.

Galentine’s Day at KHCPL

Back by popular demand is the Galentine’s Day event at the Kokomo-Howard County Public Library.

The adults-only event for patrons 21 and older allows you to enjoy indulgences with your friends. Find out more about the romance genre while sipping wine, eating soup, and enjoying a musical performance from 6 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 13, at KHCPL South.

Tickets are free, but required. They are currently available at KHCPL South.

Haley Cawthon can be reached at haley.church@kokomotribune.com or on Twitter @HaleyCawthon.

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