It might not carry the grandeur of the upcoming bicentennial, which features ceremonies and events being coordinated by Lt. Gov. Becky Skillman and former congressman Lee Hamilton. But Tuesday's events will feature more than 700 fourth-grade students and honor the winners of an essay contest writing on "What Indiana Means to Me.".
The state library is leading events at the Statehouse, State Library, State Museum and the Indiana Historical Society. The events start at noon.