BOARD APPOINTMENTS: Fort Wayne Civic Theatre has named the following members to the board of directors for the 2012-13 season: Melanie T. Hall, Emily Schwartz Keirns, Joshua C. Neal, Stacey Ottenweller, Dr. Douglas Perry, Russ Rinn, Christopher L. Rouse and Brian C. Ternet. Officers are Jeff Wyckoff, president; Cindy Henry, vice president; Alvin Al R. Moll Jr., treasurer; and Cheri Becker, secretary. Also serving are Diana Bartscht, Pam Brookshire, Rebecca Cameron, Mark Chambers, Phillip H. Colglazier, Jeff Dysert, Sharon Eisbart, Karan Flick, Jerry L. Giesler, Wayne Hall, Patty Hays, Diane Humphrey, Shelly Kindler, Gale Mann, Dar Richardson, Linda Ruffolo and Debra Stam.
Pulse Performing Arts Center, 3416 N. Anthony Blvd., will offer the six-week program, Dance, Dance Evolution: Changing the Community of Dance beginning Monday. For information, call 482-7579.
The workshop Theater Arts for Persons with Mild/Moderate Disabilities: Cooperative Learning between Creative Arts and Teacher Education with the Jesters will be presented from Saturday through Tuesday at the Indiana and United States Society for Education Through Art Regional Conference in Indianapolis by Dr. Martha Meyer, University of Saint Francis teacher education professor, and Allison Ballard, director of the Jesters program.
E-BOOK COLLECTION: Local author Mark R. Hunter (Storm Chaser Shorts), has an e-book collection of short stories. For information, go to www.markrhunter.com.
A Tribute to Pete (Bottomley) and His Family will be at 7:30 p.m. Saturday at East Noble High School, Kendallville. The event includes a silent auction and music. Donations will be made to the Noble County Community Foundation for the Pete Bottomley Scholarship Fund.
A Zumbathon fundraiser will be held for the Voices of Unity Choir from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Renaissance YMCA, 2323 Bowser Ave. Tickets are $10 advance, and $15 at the door. To buy, go to danceforvou.eventbrite.com.
SUMMER PROGRAM: Children entering grades 1 to 5 are invited to participate in the Behind the Screen event from 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday and July 17. Tickets are $5 each. For reservations, call 424-5665.
SUMMER THEATER CAMP: Huntington University Summer Theatre Youth Camp will be from Monday through July 14 with two performances of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Campers will meet from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Mondays through Fridays for rehearsals. To register, go to www.huntington.edu/theatre.
WINNERS NAMED: Award winners of the Wassenberg Art Centers June exhibit were recently named. Ruth Green of Decatur and James Harp of Payne, Ohio, both received honorable mentions. Austin Cartwright of Fort Wayne was awarded the David Humpherys Miller Award. A Wassenberg Art Center award was given to Gene Gutwein of Fort Wayne. The Marilla Connors Memorial Award went to Doug Eblen of Celina, Ohio. Erin McMillan of Van Wert, Ohio, received an Art-To-Art Palette Award. The Robin Carol Cartwright Award went to Mike Taylor of Van Wert, and the Marguerite Fryer Award was given to Mike Klutka of Grover Hill, Ohio.
QUILTING GUILD: Sisters of the Cloth Quilting Guild has been invited to participate in the 45th annual Smithsonian Folk Life Festival in Washington, D.C., next week. The guild is one of four folk art groups representing Indiana.