WABASH – Dog lovers and hot dog lovers alike will want to be at the Honeywell House at 7 p.m. Tuesday to see Butler Bulldog mascot Blue III.
Join Wabash native Michael Kaltenmark and Blue III for a reading of Kaltenmark’s children’s book “Good Boy, Blue!”
Guests are welcome to enjoy story time and refreshments of hotdogs, chips and lemonade outdoors on the Honeywell House terrace. In the case of rain, the event will be moved indoors.
This Honeywell House program is supported by corporate sponsor Goose Graphics and individual sponsors Jim and Maryanne Bain.
Kaltenmark, currently the director of external relations at Butler University, has also taken on the role of official Bulldog mascot handler. Kaltenmark penned the short story “Good Boy, Blue!” after his experiences rearing the late Butler mascot Blue II. “Good Boy, Blue!” is a story about a dog and his handler, but it is also talks about the principals of “the Butler Way” and the importance of doing good for others.
This Honeywell House event is free of charge and open to the public. Call 260-563-2326, Ext. 21, for reservations.  
The Honeywell House is the former home of Mrs. Mark C. Honeywell and is now operated as a cultural house museum and is located at 720 N. Wabash St., Wabash. The house is owned and operated by the Honeywell Foundation, a non-profit organization that also operates the Honeywell Center and Eagles Theatre.