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2018

A product of
And what’s better than a campfire after
dusk with the cooler evening air, roasting
marshmallows to make S’mores?
There are so many places to visit and things
to do in Southwest Indiana this time of year.
From camping at nearby campgrounds, to
the 20th Century Chevy Car Show, to the
Ferdinand Folk Festival, to World War II Days, So if you’re like me, you might be planning
to the Amish horse auctions, there’s much to this year’s Fall Break with the children, or if
take in. you’re retired or single you’re always looking
Fall seems like the busiest time for my for something to get out and do.
family, with the children back in school, but

F
I have for years dreamed of putting together
all is by far my favorite season. everyone needs a break come the weekend. a Fall Fun Guide so you, our readers, could
I’ve already bought my first mums, This fall, one doesn’t have to look very far to keep all the activities on your calendars.
gourds and pumpkins and I’m ready find something to do every weekend. Now, in 2018, it’s finally become a reality.
for a break from the hot, dry summer. I like Most events in this guide are free or have a So whatever your schedule, don’t forget to
autumn because temperatures outside are nominal entry fee, so they are family-friendly. get out this fall and enjoy the beautiful days
not usually too hot to enjoy a mid-afternoon And, they are all right here in Southwest ahead.
hike, nor is necessary to bundle up in the Indiana. Happy autumn from me and all the staff!
mornings.

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Top 40 Autumn Events 2018
1 DAVIESS COUNTY WINE AND BREW FEST – AUG. 31
In Downtown Washington, the festival will cover three blocks on Main Street.
Five wineries including Easley, Windy Knoll, First Miracle, Huckleberry and Hunter’s
Ridge, as well as three breweries, Schnitz, Carson and Vincennes, will have booths. A Brave
New Wave is set to play live music at 5:30, followed by Two Miles Back at 7:30 p.m. Music is
free at the Gazebo in Meredith Plaza. Food booths in the former German American parking
lot will include Little Boondock Concessions, barbecue, Thainamite, tacos, fish, fudge, crafts
and antique cars will be on display. Main and Second streets. Tickets are $10 each for eight
free tastings. Additional tasting tickets are $1 each.

2 VINCENNES HISTORIC FARMERS MARKET –
SATURDAYS AND WEDNESDAYS THRU
OCT. 27
Every Saturday morning and Wednesday evening from now
through Oct. 27 at the Riverfront Pavilion, 102 N. Second St. From 8
a.m. to 1 p.m., the Saturday market will offer freshly picked produce
from local farmers, vendors with artisan breads, fresh-cut flowers
and “General Store” specialty items. On Wednesdays from 4 p.m.
to 7:30 p.m., the market continues with local favorite Bobe-B-Q and
more.

3 LABOR DAY WEST
BOGGS PARK – AUG. 4 DAVIESS COUNTY QUILT AUCTION – SEPT. 1
31-SEPT. 1 Daviess County’s quilt auction, now in its 31st year, will attract
nearly 3,000 visitors from across the nation and world. Now
Four-hundred acre play area,
held annually at the Simon J. Graber Building, CR 875N , the event will feature
with 622-acre lake, 250 plus campsites,
about 92 quilts, and lots of vendors selling crafts, including quilt tops. From 10
playgrounds, new zipline and mini golf.
a.m. to 2 p.m., plate lunches as well as sandwiches will be sold to benefit local
Amish schoolchildren. Doors open at 8 a.m. with auction beginning at noon.
There will be quilt preview hours from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Aug. 31.

Organizer Mark Dillon said every quilt on the sale is inspected for high quality.
His mother, Lucille, founded the sale 31 years ago to promote Daviess County’s
Amish community.

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5 49TH ANNUAL 6 11TH ANNUAL “SALUTE TO THE VETERANS OF WWII” – SEPT.
1 AND 2
BICKNELL The Indiana Military Museum, 715 S. Sixth St., will present its 11th Annual
HERITAGE FESTIVAL “Salute to the Veterans of World War II” living
AND PARADE – AUG. 29 – history event on Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 5
p.m. and Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.. Enjoy
SEPT. 3 fabulous WWII military displays including
Bicknell’s annual Labor Day
living history re-enactors from throughout
Celebration began Wednesday
the region, encampments, aircraft flyovers,
and runs through Labor Day. Enjoy
tanks, and artillery. Food and drink vendors
great food, children’s activities,
will be present. Free admission to outdoor
community yard sales, a car show
events and World War II Veterans will receive
and much more!
free admission to the museum.

7 LATINO CULTURAL
FESTIVAL – AUG. 31- 8 SEPTEMBERFEST – AUG. 31-
SEPT. 1 SEPT. 1
The sixth annual festival at Huntingburg City The Dubois Ruritan Club will present its 17th
Park will feature El Gran Pepe, a Mexican annual Septemberfest at Dubois Community
singer on Friday, with opening ceremonies Park. Fried chicken dinners and sandwiches Friday evening,
and cultural dances of El Salvador to follow. with children’s games and inflatables. Wiffleball tourney
A queen contest is set for 6:45, followed and the Little Miss and Mister Contest at 6, followed by
by more cultural dance and music a cornhole tourney and youth tractor pull. Sideline will
until 11 p.m. Saturday will Latino perform at 7:30 p.m. and a beer pong tourney is set for
food booths, Zumba, more 9 p.m. The beer garden/family garden is open from 5 p.m.
Latino music and dance. Also, to midnight. The wiffleball tourney continues Saturday
caricaturist Karen Kovich will morning, with a Jeep poker run at noon. Children’s games
draw on Saturday evening and and inflatables start at 3 p.m. Saturday, followed by fried
balloon artist Elaine Dill will chicken and pork chop dinners at 4, balloon creations at 6,
perform 6 to 8 on Saturday. and another cornhole tourney at 7. The Strongest Person
Banda Betta, a regional Mexican Contest is set for 7 on Saturday, with sign-ups prior. Iron
band, performs Saturday evening, Mountain plays at 7:30, and the raffle/theme baskets
followed by DJ music until 11 p.m. drawings are set for 9 p.m.

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9 HEART HALF MARATHON, 5K, AND
TEAM CHALLENGE – SEPT. 1 10 LABOR DAY SPECIAL HORSE AND TACK
AUCTION – SEPT. 3
In Downtown Jasper, there will be cash awards At Dinky’s Auction Center, CR 900E,
for first to third places. First place Cannelburg, this sale features Daviess County’s
will receive $500, second $250 Amish horses and tack.
and third place $100 in both
men’s and women’s races.
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11 WHITE RIVER VALLEY ANTIQUE ASSOCIATION SHOW –
SEPT. 6-9
The 34th annual antique show will open at the Elnora Fairgrounds on
Thursday. Demonstrations of sawmill, threshing, baling, water-powered grist
mill, blacksmithing, stream engines, a print shop and more. Also, there will be apple cider
making, sorghum, apple butter, lye soap, candle making, homemade ice cream, root beer
and a big pot of ham and beans cooking over an open fire. The show features live music
nightly and starting at noon Saturday and Sunday. A horse pull is set for Thursday evening,
with tractor pulls on Friday and Saturday, and an antique tractor parade in the arena at 2
p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $5; children 12 and under are admitted free.

13 HOOSIER CRUISERS VINTAGE VEHICLE
12 DAVIESS COUNTY TURKEY TROT
FESTIVAL – SEPT. 6-9
CRUISE & SHOW FUNDRAISER – SEPT.
8-9
Country music star Tracy Lawrence will
On Saturday, the Hoosier Cruisers will host a vintage vehicle
highlight this year’s festival – the 47th annual
cruise leaving from Vncennes Gregg Park, 2204 Washington
four-day event hosted by the Montgomery Ruritan Club.
Ave. at 7 p.m. traveling to the Riverfront Pavilion, 102 N. Second
Lawrence will perform on stage on Saturday night. High
St. The public is invited to greet them at the pavilion for food,
Valley will sing on Friday night.
music and prizes! On Sunday, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. these
Other attractions include
vintage vehicles will be on display at Gregg Park and the public
truck and tractor pulls on
will be able to enjoy food, music and prizes again. All proceeds
Thursday, horse and farm
are for the annual kids’ shopping trip.
stock tractor pulls on
Saturday, as well as mud

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volleyball, cornhole
and Texas Hold ‘Em VINCENNES STAGE DOOR CANTEEN “USO
tourneys. A demolition NIGHT” – SEPT. 8
derby is set for Sunday Vincennes Stage Door Canteen presents the 10th
afternoon. Four-day Anniversary “USO Night!” This fabulous free World
season passes are $40 in War II-Korean War variety show will be held
advance or $45 at the gate. at Green Activities Center, 102 W. Harrison
Daily prices are $10 for Thursday St., beginning at 6 p.m. (doors open at 5
and Sunday, or $20 on Friday and Saturday. Daily p.m.) and will feature local entertainment
admission for children 3 to 11 is $5, which includes all including music by the “Temple-Airs” Big
carnival rides. Band, skits and more music. Attendees are
invited to dress up in your best 1940s to
1950s outfit and join the fun!

15 5th ANNUAL CHANDELIER BARN MARKET – SEPT. 7-8
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Featuring more than 80 vendors,
this market is held on a family farm in CORNING IRISH
rural Daviess County. This two-day show HERITAGE CENTER
is celebrating its fifth year at Wilson Family Farms, – SEPT. 14
5060 E 350N, Montgomery, and features antiques This event will feature the Midwest
and handmade-repurposed and one-of-a-kind finds. Station Bluegrass Band, 6 p.m. to 9
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17 HOLLAND 18 20TH CENTURY CHEVY CAR CRUIZ-IN AND SHOW – SEPT. 15-16
Now in its 41st year, hundreds of classic cars will roll into Washington this
COMMUNITY weekend at the city’s Eastside Park. The Chevy Car Club, founded in 1970,
sponsors the show which normally sees between 400 to 700 cars and trucks
FESTIVAL – of all makes and models manufactured in 1995 or before. Awards are presented to the top
SEPT. 14-15 100 vehicles, plus 16 special awards. The Cruiz-In travels around the city on Saturday night,
At Lakeside Park in Holland, this parading in front of streets lined with lawn chairs, starting at 5:30. Live entertainment and
festival is from Friday evening until fireworks follow the Cruiz-In’s return to the city park. There will also be a silent auction and
Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. 50-50 on Sunday, which raises money for the club’s children’s Christmas project. Several
food and auto-related vendors will be on site. The club is also raffling a 1992 blue Corvette.

19 SCHNELLVILLE
FESTIVAL – SEPT. 15-16
Enjoy a family festival at the
Schnellville Community Club to
support the Schnellville Volunteer Fire
Department, Sacred Heart Catholic Church,
and the Schnellville Sesquicentennial fund!
Enjoy a backyard barbecue contest, cornhole
tourney, kiddie and adult pedal tractor pulls,
children’s games and activities, a beer garden
and great food. Live entertainment will be
Saturday evening from 7 to 10 p.m., followed
by Boogie Tunes. On Sunday, take part in TERRI KELSO
the four-mile run/walk and vote for the baby
photo contest and purchase tickets for the
quilt raffle and grand raffle.

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20 FERDINAND FOLK FESTIVAL – SEPT. 15
Nestled among the hills and fields of southwestern Indiana, the Ferdinand 21 GASTHOF
Folk Festival is an earth-friendly and family-friendly event promoting music, VILLAGE FALL
the arts, and the environment. This free festival, located in Ferdinand’s 18th FESTIVAL –
Street Park, will feature nationally-acclaimed musicians as well as exceptional local and
regional acts. Patrons will experience a rich variety of acoustic music on the stage. In
SEPT. 15
This event on the grounds of the
nearby booths, local artists and artisans will display and sell their work, area gardeners and
Gasthof Restaurant and Inn in
farmers will sell fresh produce, and groups dedicated to creating vibrant communities and
Montgomery features a variety of
a sustainable environment will provide
vendors, gospel music, pumpkins
education on a variety of topics. Fun
and mums. There will be inflatables
activities for children will also be available
and barrel train rides for the
in the park, including live animals to pet
children.
and an animal parade. Performers this
year include: Douglas Haines of Winona
Lake, Kriss Luckett and Greg Ziesemer of
Madison, Jacob McDaniel, New Salisbury,
Clayton N. Schroeder of Bloomington,
The Strings of Indian Creek, David Wayne
of Huntingburg and Anna Wrasse, also of
Bloomington.

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22 BLUE JEANS FESTIVAL
– SEPT. 14-16
23 VINCENNES LINCOLN HIGH SCHOOL HOMECOMING PARADE &
WEEKEND – SEPT. 21
At the Blue Jeans Community The Lincoln High School Homecoming Celebration and Parade is set in
Center in Monroe City, this event downtown Vincennes. The annual parade will begin at 3:45 p.m. for participating
is for the whole family. Homemade ice classes. Alumni and friends are invited to mingle and reminisce at the Riverfront Pavilion
cream, food and craft vendors, carnival where the Vincennes
rides and musical entertainment highlight Education Foundation
the festival. A pet parade is planned will offer soft drinks,
Satuday at 10 a.m., followed by a beauty grilled food and
pageant at 2 p.m., and local variety show snacks. A beer garden
at 7 p.m., with fireworks at dusk. Sunday will be open from
all the local churches get together for a 6 p.m. to midnight.
community service at 10 a.m., followed by Homecoming fun
Jeff Black’s Famous Fish Fry at 11:30, and a continues on Saturday
parade at 2 p.m. with classes holding
mixers at various
locations.

24 BLACK CREEK
FESTIVAL – SEPT.
21-22
In Sandborn, this annual festival
25 FALL INTO FOLK,
WEST BOGGS PARK -
features food, music and children’s
activities.
SEPT. 22
Four or more folk singers/bands playing late
afternoon to 11 p.m. Gate fee: $6 per vehicle.

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26 FALL AUCTIONS AT DINKY’S - SEPT. 25-27
Several hundred visitors converge upon Daviess County for
the 41st annual Amish horse auction week, located in the heart
of Amish community at Dinky’s Auction Center, CR 900E. Fall
Machinery, Carriage & Antique Machine Auction on Sept. 25. Fall Standard Bred
Auction on Sept. 26. Daviess County Horse & Colt Auction Sept. 27.

27 HUNTINGBURG HERBSTFEST – SEPT. 27-30
Join in the community-wide family fall festival at Huntingburg City
Park. Experience this heritage festival which includes carnival rides,
food and game booths, children’s games, pumpkin launches, mud
wrestling, outhouse races, parade, beer garden, and more fun events. http://www.
huntingburgherbstfest.org/ for more information.

28 BUFFALO TRACE FESTIVAL – SEPT.
28-29
Back this year, the Buffalo Trace Festival will take
over Petersburg’s Main Street from Fifth to Ninth Street, with
a parade down Main on Friday at 6 p.m. to kick off the event.
Free carnival rides are set from 6 to 11 p.m., with a wine/beer
garden. Live music highlights Friday night’s entertainment.
Saturday starts with a walk-a-thon at 7:30 a.m., followed by a
local talent show, pie eating, beauty pageants, free carnival rides
1 p.m. to 10 p.m., hula hoop and water balloon competitions, as
well as a hairy leg competition, bed races and the Pike Central
Swing Choir. Another wine and beer garden opens at 4 p.m.,
followed by more live music and fireworks at 10:30 p.m. 29 VINTAGE CAMPER RALLY –
SEPT. 29
At West Boggs Park, 16117 U.S.
Hwy. 231, Loogootee, this event
welcomes old-style campers to the 250-plus
site campground, with miles of multiuse trails
and plenty to see and do. View the campers
inside and out to vote on your favorite.

30 ROCKIN’ STREET DANCE – SEPT. 29
Always the last Saturday in September, this
event is sponsored by Washington’s famous
New White Steamer restaurant, at Main and E.
First streets.

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HAUNTED HUNTINGBURG –
OCT. 12-13
with tastings offered. Gate fee: $6 per vehicle.
This fifth annual event is set for Friday and
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Activities will include the Huntingburg Blues Festival, food
WALNUT GROVE FESTIVAL - OCT. 13 booths, art shows, movies, children’s trick or treating,
Grouseland, 3 W. Scott St. Vincennes, the pumpkin painting and inflatables. Grab some friends and go
mansion of Indiana Territorial Governor and down to Market Street for bourbon, craft beer and wine
Ninth U.S. President William Henry Harrison, will sampling. On Friday, enjoy a thrilling walk through Niehaus
host its fourth annual festival which will include food, music Park through Monsters Mayhem Trail.
and vendors of all kinds.

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34 ODON PUMPKIN FESTIVAL – OCT. 13
Sponsored by the Odon Business Alliance, this event sees vendors and fun 35 ZOMBIE 5K, WEST
and games on Odon’s Main Street from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Events include a BOGGS PARK –
pumpkin pie eating, seed spitting and recipe contests, pet parade, charity 5K, OCT. 13
pumpkin rolling and costume parade — and of course, lots and lots of pumpkins. Run for your life through this 5K where
Zombies are the obstacles. 5K walk-

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run in the evening, followed by live
ROSENVOLK GERMAN MEDIEVAL FESTIVAL – OCT. music by the 86th Band, which plays
19-21 music from all genres. Food and drink
From 9 a.m. vendors. Gate fee: $6 per vehicle.
Friday to 6 p.m.
on Saturday at Ferdinand’s
18th Street Park, this festival
features artists, music and
37 HALLOWEEN CELEBRATION – OCT.
19-21 AND OCT. 26-28
food. At West Boggs Park, Loogootee, campers
and visitors alike can experience a haunted house, wagon
rides and trick or treating.

38 STORIN’ UP TREASURES 39 HARVEST HOME ARTS AND CRAFTS FESTIVAL –
OCT. 20-21
- OCT. 20 Begin – and complete – your holiday shopping early by taking advantage
Craft and vendor fair, 8 a.m.
to 3 p.m. at Bethel Methodist Church, 919 of the tri-state’s premier arts and craft show at the Dubois County Fairgrounds. This
N. Hwy. 57, Washington. All proceeds go to Southwest Indiana event features more than 250 booths teeming with exemplary
Bethel Mall. Silent auction, raffles, bake sale, hand-crafted merchandise. Vendors diligently work with wood, clay, fabrics, yarns,
breakfast and lunch. wax, metals, glass, ceramics, rough rock, paints, pottery, natural materials, rattan, dyes
and inks. For more information, visit 4RiversArtsAndCrafts.com

40 FORT FRIGHT – OCT. 25-27
Fort Fright, the annual Halloween program of
the Vincennes State Historic Sites will be held
Thursday through Saturday, from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m.
at historic Fort Knox II. The first part of the program is for
younger children with fun activities, games and a hay ride.
The second part is for older children and adults with haunted
trails and dramatic stations following a literary or historical
theme. Admission is $5 children (12 & under), $8 children (12
& up) and $8 for adults. 41 GASTHOF HOLIDAY CRAFT BAZAAR –
NOV. 2-3
Hand-crafted items, collectibles and gift ideas.

42 FALL VENDOR FESTIVAL – NOV. 2-3
At Washington’s Community Building, this
Gasthof, Montgomery.

vendor fair offers shoppers to get an early
jump on Christmas shopping, with crafts, food
items, boutique clothing and more.

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Daviess County Events Schedule
Master Gardener Class, Every Monday starting Sept. 10 - Dec. 3 from Foodie Fair @ Eastside Park, Sept. 27, 4-7-pm, Non-profit businesses
6-9pm @ Eastside Park in the 4-H Building, Registration deadline Aug. in the Community Building - get the word out about your non-profit
15 Businesses that come to the event, bring a non perishable food item,
Wine & Brew Festival, Aug. 31, Wineries, Breweries, 2 live Bands, Booth Space Fee $10 non members, $5 for members
Food, Craft Vendors and much more. Corner Main Street and 2nd, Daviess County Horse & Colt Auction, Sept. 27 @ 8am, Dinky’s
Washington 812-254-5262 Auction Center Cannelburg, 812-486-2880
“Kids Klub”, @ Daviess County Museum, 212 E. Main St., Washington Vintage Camper Rally, Sept. 29 @ West Boggs Park, for more info call
Sat., Sept. 1, 1-3pm 812-295-3421
Wine & Canvas, Sept. 2 @ Villages at OakRidge in Washington, 2-5pm, Rockin’ Street Dance, Sept. 29, Sponsored by the New White Steamer
812-254-5262 to register or for more info @ Main & 1st St. , 6-10pm, 812-698-2586 or 812-698-4441 for more
Indiana Theater-A Labor Day Weekend FREE Summer Kids info
Film, Sat, Sun & Mon (Sept. 1, 2, & 3) @ 10am, “Sherlock Gnomes” Friends of Carnegie Public Library Fall Book Sale, Oct. 5 & 6 @ 300
Sponsored by: German American Bank West Main, Washington, 10am-noon for FOL members only, public
Labor Day Festivities @ West Boggs Park Sept. 1-3 , Call 812-295-3421 can join during this time, Friday noon to 5pm and Sat. 10am - 1pm for
for more info General Public, Adult and Children Books in paper and hardback will
Amish Quilt Auction, Sept. 1, Simon J. Graber Community Building, be available
Cannelburg 812-296-1775 Community Concert Series, Surf ’s Up a tribute to the Beach Boys,
Labor Day Special Horse & Tack Auction, Sept. 3 @ 3pm, Dinky’s Oct. 6 @ 7:30pm in Washington High School Auditorium, Get your
Auction Center Cannelburg, 812-486-2880 tickets at the Chamber office or call 812-254-5262 for more info
White River Valley Antique Show, Sept. 6-9, Daviess County “Kids Klub”, @ Daviess Co. Museum 212 E. Main St., Washington,
Fairground Sat., Oct. 6, 1-3pm
Daviess County Turkey Trot Festival, Sept. 6-9, Ruritan Park, Chili Cookoff, Oct. 6, 11am-3pm @ West Boggs Park, for more info
Montgomery – Friday Night Entertainment – Tracy Lawrence – call 812-295-3421
Saturday Night Entertainment – High Valley 812-254-0938 New Release Card Class/Heartfelt Creations, Oct. 11 @ Hobby House
5th Annual Chandelier Barn Market, Sept. 7th & 8th, Fri. 10am-5pm, - 2539 N. 750 E. Montgomery, Must call to reserve a spot 812-486-3843
Sat. 10am-4pm, Wilson Family Farms, 5060 E 350 N, Montgomery Dubois Co. Health & Wellness Fair, Oct. 11, Jasper, Call The Original
Cost $5, 812-486-7745 or 812-486-7792 Co for more info 1-812-618-5191 ext 2413
Knox County Health & Wellness Fair, Sept. 13, Vincennes, Call The Odon Pumpkin Festival, Oct. 13, Rain Date: Oct. 20, noon-6pm,
Original Co for more info at 1-812-618-5191 ext 2413 Odon Business Association Vendors, food, contests, hayride, sock hop,
New Release Card Class/Heartfelt Creations, Sept. 13 @ Hobby 812- 636-3000
House - 2539 N. 750 E. Montgomery, Must call to reserve a spot 812- Zombie 5K @ West Boggs Park, Oct. 13, Sponsored by Old National
486-3843 Bank & TOC Direct, Run for your life through this 5K where zombies
Midwest Station Bluegrass Band @ Corning Irish Heritage Center, are obstacles, call 812-295-3421 for more info
Sept. 14, 6-9pm, Location: Corning Irish Heritage Center, 4962 S 800 Halloween Celebration @ West Boggs Park, Oct. 19-21, Wagon Rides,
E, Montgomery, Contact/More Info: www.corningheritagecenter.com, Haunted House, Trick or Treating and more For more info call 812-
dcirish@corningheritagecenter.com contact Vince @ 812-617-2688 for 295-3421
more info or for tickets Parkview Village Christian Care Annual Fish Fry and Silent
20th Century Chevy Car Festival, Sept. 15-16th, Eastside Park, Auction, Oct. 20, 5-8pm
Washington 812-617-5580 Building Material Auction, Oct. 20, @ 9:30am @ Dinky’s Auction
Gasthof Village Fall Festival, Sept 15, Gasthof Amish Village Center Cannelburg, 812-486-2880
Montgomery 812-486-4900 Community Safe Stop Trick or Treat, Oct. 25 @ 6:30 pm @ The
Illuminating the Darkness: A Suicide Awareness Event, Thurs., Sept. Villages at Oakridge, Call Cassie at The Villages 812-254-800 for more
20, 6-8:30pm, Harvest Church, Washington, FREE - everyone welcome! info
One Train Depot St., Washington, IN Guest speakers, panel from 6-8pm, Walk with glow sticks down Main Halloween Weekend, @ West Boggs Park, Oct. 26-28, Wagon Rides,
800-449-5262 • 812-254-5262 • Fax: 812-254-4003 St. 8pm, sponsored by Daviess Community Hospital Haunted House, Trick or Treating and more for more info call 812-295-
Healthy Seniors Day @ Eastside Park Community Bldg., Sept. 21, 3421
sponsored by United Way and Senior & Family Services - Lunch served Fall Vendor Festival, Nov. 2, 4-8pm, Nov. 3, 9am-2pm, Washington
at noon - Free Bingo, offering some free testing along with 5 mini Community building, Eastside Park, Call Michelle Lemon 812-698-
seminars, Contact Judy @ 812-254-1881 ext 23 for more info 0187 or 812-254-8249
Corning Irish Heritage Center presents, Sept. 22, 6-7:30pm, Speaker: “Kids Klub”, @ Daviess County Museum, 212 E. Main St., Washington,
Lisa (Heffernan) Hyatt from Indianapolis, Title: A Poet’s Pilgrimage on Sat., Nov. 3
the Wabash and Erie Canal, Subj: A Braided Story for My Irish Great- 57th Annual Veale Chili Supper, Nov., Games, food, raffle tickets $5
Great Grandmothers, Vince @ 617-2688 or email vincent.sellers@ for chili supper, call 812-254-3968
yahoo.com for tickets New Release Card Class/Heartfelt Creations, Nov. 8 @ Hobby House,
Fall into Folk @ West Boggs Park, Sept. 22, Sponsored by Crane 2539 N. 750 E, Montgomery -Must call to Reserve a spot 812-486-3843
Credit Union & TOC Direct, full evening of family fun with live Folk WWBL Farm and Home Expo, Nov. 8, Dinky’s Auction Center Can-
Music, Call 812-295-3421 for more info nelburg 812-486-2880
Hoosier Classic Ride, Sept 23, more info to come North Daviess Community Craft Show, Nov. 10, North Daviess High
Fall Machinery, Carriage & Antique Machine Auction, Sept. 25-26 @ School, Odon, 812-687-7686 or 812-259-2011 (Beth Smith)
8am, Dinky’s Auction Center Cannelburg, 812-486-2880 Chandelier Country Christmas, Nov. 9-10, 5060 E. 350 N. Montgom-
Fall Standard Bred Auction, Sept. 26 @ 5pm, Dinky’s Auction Center ery, Cost $5, 812-486-7745 for more info
Cannelburg, 812-486-2880 Special Horse and Tack Auction, Thanksgiving Day Nov. 22, Dinky’s
Safety Night Out in Washington, Sept. 27 @ Eastside Park, all local Auction Center Cannelburg 812-486-2880
firefighters, police, sheriff, ambulance and much more., Contact Kip Washington Christmas Parade, Sat., Nov. 24 @ 6pm, Contact Mayors
812-254-6010 for more info office at 812-254-5575 for more info

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