On May 3 & 4, participants of Borderless Arts TN traveled a couple of hours north to Evansville Indiana as it is a WWII Heritage City. The group continued its educational and artistic pursuits connected to WWII as we continue our tribute to the 80th Anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge.

Our second stop was to New Harmony Indiana. Although this stop did not have any WWII connections, the area’s historical, cultural and artistic significance was worth the visit. Two attempts at Utopian societies were tried in this location. It is still a draw for artists and scholars alike.

The participants watched a film on the history of the community, visited the longest operational library in Indiana (which is also a Museum), received dulcimer lessons, took in the Roofless Church, tried out one of the two labyrinths in the area, did a little shopping, and ate at the famous Red Geranium.