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Honeywell Foundation announces transition

Posted: Thursday, December 3, 2020

The Honeywell Foundation announced the creation of a new online experience and transition to Honeywell Arts & Entertainment. The new name comes after months of planning and research and decades of organizational growth. The name and website better represent the variety of Honeywell arts programming and multiple venues now offered.

“The Honeywell brand has evolved during our 80-year history,” Honeywell Foundation CEO Tod Minnich said. “We’ve expanded from one venue to six locations. The new website will allow guests to easily find all our events, programs, and offerings in one convenient location.”

Honeywell Arts & Entertainment offerings include: Live performances, movies, festivals & family events, dining events, education and enrichment and venue rental & catering.

Offerings primarily take place at six venues: 

Honeywell Center 

Honeywell House

Eagles Theatre 

Charley Creek Gardens 

Dr. Ford Historic Home 

13-24 Drive In 

Plus, we have online and virtual offerings.

Guests can experience the rejuvenated website at HoneywellArts.org. The site combines all previous separate, venue-specific websites and allows visitors to customize their search by venue, event type, and genre.

The Honeywell Foundation as an entity remains unchanged and refers to the nonprofit structure and support that make Honeywell Arts & Entertainment possible.

For all media inquiries, contact Morgan Ellis at mellis@honeywellfoundation.org or by calling (260) 274-1429.