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Indiana Free Fishing Day
Sep 26
Union County
5 West High Street, Liberty, IN 47353

Saturday, September 26 All Day

Union County

Indiana residents do not need a fishing license or a trout/salmon stamp to fish the state’s public waters on Free Fishing Days. On all other days, only youth (age 17 and younger) and a few other special anglers  are exempt from the license requirement. Buy a Fishing License If you enjoyed the Free Fishing Days, please consider purchasing a fishing license  so you can fish throughout the entire year (license year is April 1 to March 31 of the following year). License sales fund fisheries management, maintain public access sites, and provide free sport fishing educational programs.

INDNR Free Fishing Day
Sep 26
City of Richmond
Middlefork Reservoir

Saturday, September 26 All Day

City of Richmond

It's a free fishing day! INDNR is offering free fishing for Indiana residents on September 26. Indiana residents do not need a fishing license or a trout stamp to fish in public waters on free fishing days. On all other days, only youth (age 17 and younger) and a few other special anglers are exempt from the license requirement. Don't miss out on this opportunity! Come out to Middlefork Reservoir to fish for free anytime 7am - 9pm. We'd love to see you there!

CANCELED Antique Machinery Show
Sep 26
Franklin County Convention, Recreation & Visitors Commision
18 West 10th Street, Brookville , IN 47012

Saturday, September 26 All Day

Franklin County Convention, Recreation & Visitors Commision

One of the largest shows.  Soap making,, horse pull, saw mill, steam engines and so mcuh more.

Margaret Hampton Days
Sep 26
Earlham College
Online/Virtual

Saturday, September 26 from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: Online We are celebrating Margaret Hampton Days in recognition and tribute to Margaret Hampton for her achievements and many, many years of contributions and dedication to her students, colleagues, to Earlham College and much more. We welcome everyone to celebrate with us and see the images of Margaret  To read Margaret’s bio click here: https://earlham.box.com/s/rvajttamzh12wrh32tfoazrzqekre3dr Images from the Earlham monitors and more can be viewed here: https://earlham.box.com/s/q4b6zdz9uxc4az6k7isdsb922vl5jhhg For messages or/and videos to Margaret please send them to Cynthia at grinscy@earlham.edu 

Fayette County FARMERS' MARKET
Sep 26
Fayette County Chamber of Commerce
City Parking Lot (next to the county Courthouse) at the corner of Fifth Street and Central Avenue

Saturday, September 26 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Fayette County FARMERS' MARKET 2020 SeasonFresh produce and Homemade items.SNAP and senior/WIC vouchers will be accepted.The Farmers Market committee is planning to operate within guidelines for the health emergency. Along with the open market, the committee is developing a system for online ordering with pickup at the market location.For information and to register as a vendor, visit the website: www.fayettecountyfarmersmarket.com

Free Fall Shred Day
Sep 26
Special Events
Waytru Plaza 500 S. A Street Richmond, IN 47374

Saturday, September 26 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Special Events

Wayne Bank is offering FREE on-site document shredding. Bring your documents to the parking lot and documents will be placed directly into the shred truck. *Please no binders, cardboard or binder clips. Please limit to 10 boxes per customer.

FALL ON THE FARM "A taste of history"
Sep 26
Special Events
Preble County Historical Society

Saturday, September 26 from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm

Special Events

Ever wondered what fall on the Swartsel Farm was like in the 1800s? Or thought about the foods people ate during the season? Fall on the Farm: A Taste of History is the program for you to check out later this month! The program will include living historians, food demonstrations, a short history lecture, and sampling historic fall time recipes from a pre-1860s cookbook. Sampling menu includes: Corn Chowder Soup Brick Oven Bread with hand churned butter Fried Apple Pies Historic Lemonade Apple Cider Wassail Water Cost: $20 or $15 for members Email: alyssa@preblecountyhistoricalsociety.com to register Limited Space Available- BOOK NOW! Come and enjoy the old fashion foods, drinks and desserts from our historic past.

Bargain Hunters Paradise II
Sep 26
Special Events
Eagles Lodge, Connersville

Saturday, September 26 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Special Events

The Ladies Auxiliary of the Connersville Eagles Lodge #1065 is doing it again. Bargain Hunters Paradise yard sale. Bring all of your treasures and make them someone else's. Food and fun. Spots start at $10.00 each (tables not included). Contact Kat Springer to reserve your spots now, 765-969-3408, leave a message. This event is rain or shine and is an OUTDOOR event.

Historic Depot District Oktoberfest Celebration!
Sep 26
Special Events
Richmond Depot District

Saturday, September 26 from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm

Special Events

Vendor Booths open from 11:00 am to 7:00 pm Break out your Lederhosen and brush up on your German! Come celebrate the coming of Oktober with friends and soon-to-be-made friends at this year’s OKTOBERFEST in the Historic Depot District of Richmond, Indiana! During this family friendly event, enjoy delicious German food & try locally made beer from the Depot District’s New Boswell Brewery while playing games, listening to live music and browsing locally made goods and crafts at the street fair. Highlights of the event include: Huge Street Fair featuring Local Handmade Arts, Crafts & Antiques Beer Garden featuring New Boswell Brewing Company – Richmond’s first brewery in over 100 years! Model Trains by the Richmond Railroader Society at Richmond Furniture Gallery Fabulous Ullery’s Ice Cream And Much, Much More! For any questions, contact Susan Yeager at susan@mtfca.com or (765) 373-3106

Benefit Tractor Ride
Sep 26
Special Events
Schwab Family Farm Market, 3967 Oxford Reily Road, Oxford OH

Saturday, September 26 at 11:00 am

Special Events

Registration is at 9am. Cost is $20 per tractor. Pizza and drinks may be purchased during the lunch stop. Any farm related tractor/vehicle welcome. Jason Beckner was in a severe truck & train accident on August 6, 2020. As a result, he has sustained numerous broken bones and limbs. He spent several weeks at Miami Valley Hospital in ICU and Advanced Care while having multiple surgeries to repair three broken limbs. Doctors are hopeful that Jason will have a full recovery, but he has a long road ahead, healing and becoming mobile. Jason has a true passion for antique tractors and the agriculture industry. He is a big supporter of 4-H, FFA, Farm Bureau, Butler County Fair and many other service organizations in our community.

2020 HALL OF HONOR EVENT
Sep 26
Special Events
Preble County Historical Society, 7693 Swartsel Rd. Eaton OH

Saturday, September 26 at 2:00 pm

Special Events

Free Event 1808 Cafe' from Eaton, Ohio will be here serving refreshments following the ceremony. We are excited to induct 3 new members into the Hall of Honor. We have special guest speakers and a beautiful program planned. Please join us.

Night Golf Classic
Sep 26
City of Richmond
1972 Highland Rd, Richmond, IN 47374

Saturday, September 26 from 5:00 pm to 9:00 pm

City of Richmond

Highland Lake Golf Course is hosting its 4th annual Night Golf Classic on Saturday, September 26. The tournament will start at 5:00pm with a shotgun start. It'll be a great night for golf and fun! It is a 4 person scramble — bring your best. 9 holes will be played during the day, and 9 holes will be played after dark. Food will be provided thanks to Bertie's Music Bar and will be served between 9's. Entry is $30 per person + applicable cart and green fees. Teams can sign up by calling 765-983-7287. The event is limited to the first 16 paid teams. We hope to see you there!

Farm Day
Sep 26
Earlham College
Miller Farm for Sustainability Studies

Saturday, September 26 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: in person Students meet at the farm to work together on farm tasks and learn about sustainable agriculture 

An Evening of Broadway
Sep 26
Richmond Civic Theatre
Elstro Park

Saturday, September 26 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Richmond Civic Theatre

A family evening featuring songs from Broadway performed by Richmond Civic Theatre talent.

Movie On The Lawn - Ferdinand
Sep 26
Special Events
Lynn Friends Church, Front Lawn

Saturday, September 26 at 6:00 pm

Special Events

Movie On The Lawn Night is coming up this Saturday, September 26!!! Games and pumpkin painting will begin at 6pm and "Ferdinand" will begin playing on the big screen at 7pm! We will have nachos, popcorn, and drinks. And everything is FREE!!!! All you have to bring is a lawn chair or a blanket to sit on. Come out and join us for a relaxing evening of fun and fellowship!!

Sebra Bulls & Barrels Bash
Sep 26
Randolph Tourism
Purdue Extension Randolph County

Saturday, September 26 from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Randolph Tourism

.Hot off the presses! Our good friends Daniel Tinsman and his wife Megan are bringing their professional bull riding knowledge back to Randolph County on September 26th. Circle T Productions along with 30 of the top bull riders in the country will invade the Randolph County 4H grounds. If that’s not enough how about 15 of the top barrel racers as well. First Responders and Health Care workers, Circle T Productions wants to say thank you, by simply showing your badge you will receive HALF OFF your admission. Circle T Productions will follow the Governor’s order and encourage facial covering when social distancing can not be met. And if you choose to bring your own seating that is allowed as well. Admission $10, children under 5 are Free! Gates open at 4:30pm and the show will kick off at 7:30pm.

Kane Brown
Sep 26
Randolph Tourism
Hummel Drive-In

Saturday, September 26 from 7:45 pm to 10:45 pm

Randolph Tourism

This is NOT Free Access, however the site won't let me enter $. Will enter more info at later date

CANCELED Antique Machinery Show
Sep 27
Franklin County Convention, Recreation & Visitors Commision
18 West 10th Street, Brookville , IN 47012

Sunday, September 27 All Day

Franklin County Convention, Recreation & Visitors Commision

One of the largest shows.  Soap making,, horse pull, saw mill, steam engines and so mcuh more.

525 Anything With Wheels Cruise In/Car Show
Sep 27
Special Events
Roberts Park Connersville IN

Sunday, September 27 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Special Events

Registration for the car show starts at noon. Judging starts at three. Trophies announced at four. Free will donation to enter car show

Kids Grab & Go Kits: September
Sep 28
Preble County District Library
Pickup a Grab & Go Kit from your PCDL Branch

Monday, September 28 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Preble County District Library

FREE Grab & Go Kits for kids available at all PCDL branches! Stop by or contact your branch to reserve a kit or for more information. Check out the library's Facebook page or YouTube channel each week for a how-to video to complete this craft. PCDL on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrebleLibrary/videos/ PCDL on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PCDLibrary/videos PCDL Branch Hours & Locations: https://preblelibrary.org/about-us/locations Available September 14th-19th: Invisible Ink Kit Supplies provided: Lemon juice Q-Tip Paper Secret decoder Supplies you will need at home: Lamp or hairdryer* *Be safe! Please ask for adult help with this part. Available September 28th- October 3rd: Loom Weaving Supplies provided: Yarn Plastic needle Cardboard Supplies you will need at home: Scissors Tape #GrabAndGo #GrabAndGoCrafts #GrabAndGoCraftsForKids #LibrariesFromHome #AtHomeActivity #Preble #PrebleCounty #Homeschool #LoomWeaving #CardboardLoomWeaving #InvisibleInk #InvisibleInkCraft https://www.facebook.com/events/409720646658946/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A51%2C%22source%22%3A5%2C%22action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22main_list%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%5C%22[]%5C%22%22%7D]%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D

Blood Drive - Jefferson Township
Sep 28
Special Events
Jefferson Township Volunteer Fire Department

Monday, September 28 from 1:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Special Events

Come out to the Jefferson Township Volunteer Fire Department September 28th at 1:30 pm for a blood drive. the Indiana blood supply is low and we could use your help in increasing there supply. Every donation could save a life!!

Kids Grab & Go Kits: September
Sep 29
Preble County District Library
Pickup a Grab & Go Kit from your PCDL Branch

Tuesday, September 29 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Preble County District Library

FREE Grab & Go Kits for kids available at all PCDL branches! Stop by or contact your branch to reserve a kit or for more information. Check out the library's Facebook page or YouTube channel each week for a how-to video to complete this craft. PCDL on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrebleLibrary/videos/ PCDL on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PCDLibrary/videos PCDL Branch Hours & Locations: https://preblelibrary.org/about-us/locations Available September 14th-19th: Invisible Ink Kit Supplies provided: Lemon juice Q-Tip Paper Secret decoder Supplies you will need at home: Lamp or hairdryer* *Be safe! Please ask for adult help with this part. Available September 28th- October 3rd: Loom Weaving Supplies provided: Yarn Plastic needle Cardboard Supplies you will need at home: Scissors Tape #GrabAndGo #GrabAndGoCrafts #GrabAndGoCraftsForKids #LibrariesFromHome #AtHomeActivity #Preble #PrebleCounty #Homeschool #LoomWeaving #CardboardLoomWeaving #InvisibleInk #InvisibleInkCraft https://www.facebook.com/events/409720646658946/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A51%2C%22source%22%3A5%2C%22action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22main_list%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%5C%22[]%5C%22%22%7D]%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D

Fun Foods! on Facebook Live
Sep 29
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, September 29 from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Join us live as we show you some of our favorite recipes on our Facebook page! This time we make Pumpkin Fluff Dip and Pumpkin Spice Pretzels! =0D=0AThis weekly show is bound to make you hungry, so prep your ingredients and cook along with us! www.facebook.com/fcplibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4508

Science Isn't Scary!
Sep 29
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, September 29 from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Science is so much fun, and we have decided to show you some of our favorite topics through wacky experiments and cool projects! This week's BIG IDEA is Magnetism! =0D=0A=0D=0AJoin us every week at 2:30 PM for this seriously science-y show! It will be held on our Facebook during a live video. Please visit us at facebook.com/fcplibrary to see the video! http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4502

ESR Virtual Information Session
Sep 29
Earlham College
Online/Virtual

Tuesday, September 29 from 4:00 pm to 5:30 pm

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: online Would you like to learn how ESR can help you prepare for pastoral ministry or pastoral care? Meet with ESR faculty to learn about our M.Div. and the Pastoral Care, Pastoral Ministry, Quaker Ministry, and Unitarian Universalist Ministries emphases. Tuesday, September 29, 4:00 pm (ET), via Zoom. Register at https://esr.earlham.edu/Virtual-Info-Session-Registration

Tuesday Twilight Farmers Market
Sep 29
City of Richmond
50 N 5th St, Richmond , IN 47374

Tuesday, September 29 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

City of Richmond

The Tuesday Twilight Markets are BACK! Come down to Jack Elstro Plaza every Tuesday evening in July, August, and September for a full evening of shopping, entertainment, food, and more! Every Tuesday Twilight Market will have a full Farmers Market with vendors selling meat, produce, eggs, honey, baked goods, and artisan crafts. Also at every Tuesday Twilight Market, there will be a variety of local food trucks, and a beer and wine garden. And finally, each Tuesday Twilight Market will feature a local/regional musical act! The season lineup is as follows: Tuesday, July 7, 2020The Wallens Tuesday, July 14, 2020Will Scott feat. Aaron Nell Tuesday, July 21, 2020The Hammer & The Hatchet Tuesday, July 28, 2020Flashback Tuesday, August 4, 2020Todd the Fox Tuesday, August 11, 2020Vivian Tuesday, August 18, 2020Daniel Dye & The Miller Road Band Tuesday, August 25, 2020Wonky Tonk Tuesday, September 1, 2020A Moment's Notice Tuesday, September 8, 2020Novena & Wayne Pennington Tuesday, September 15, 2020Anna P.S. Tuesday, September 22, 2020Patchwork Moonlight & Tin Cup Tuesday, September 29, 2020Nasty Binge Music sponsored by Indiana American Water All vendors will be practicing social distancing and wearing masks, seating opportunities will be spaced out appropriately, and hand sanitizer will be made available for all to use. The Tuesday Twilight Marks are the only place you can get your shopping done, grab dinner & drinks, AND go to a concert!   For real-time updates, visit https://www.facebook.com/events/279728330004944/

Long Range Planning
Sep 29
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, September 29 at 5:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Long Range Planning http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4520

Kids Grab & Go Kits: September
Sep 30
Preble County District Library
Pickup a Grab & Go Kit from your PCDL Branch

Wednesday, September 30 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm

Preble County District Library

FREE Grab & Go Kits for kids available at all PCDL branches! Stop by or contact your branch to reserve a kit or for more information. Check out the library's Facebook page or YouTube channel each week for a how-to video to complete this craft. PCDL on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PrebleLibrary/videos/ PCDL on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/PCDLibrary/videos PCDL Branch Hours & Locations: https://preblelibrary.org/about-us/locations Available September 14th-19th: Invisible Ink Kit Supplies provided: Lemon juice Q-Tip Paper Secret decoder Supplies you will need at home: Lamp or hairdryer* *Be safe! Please ask for adult help with this part. Available September 28th- October 3rd: Loom Weaving Supplies provided: Yarn Plastic needle Cardboard Supplies you will need at home: Scissors Tape #GrabAndGo #GrabAndGoCrafts #GrabAndGoCraftsForKids #LibrariesFromHome #AtHomeActivity #Preble #PrebleCounty #Homeschool #LoomWeaving #CardboardLoomWeaving #InvisibleInk #InvisibleInkCraft https://www.facebook.com/events/409720646658946/?acontext=%7B%22ref%22%3A51%2C%22source%22%3A5%2C%22action_history%22%3A[%7B%22surface%22%3A%22page%22%2C%22mechanism%22%3A%22main_list%22%2C%22extra_data%22%3A%22%5C%22[]%5C%22%22%7D]%2C%22has_source%22%3Atrue%7D

Preparing for Graduate School
Sep 30
Indiana University East
2325 Chester Blvd , Richmond, IN 47374

Wednesday, September 30 from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm

Indiana University East

Join Sally and Kara while we discuss how you should be preparing and how Career Services can help.

Crafty Corner @2:00
Sep 30
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Wednesday, September 30 from 2:00 pm to 2:40 pm

Fayette County Public Library

On Crafty Corner, learn how to make a new craft every week during our Facebook Live! This week we make a rainbow skittles masterpiece! =0D=0A=0D=0AFind us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ fpclibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4513

RHS R-Shelves Food Pantry Drive Thru
Oct 1
Special Events
Richmond Community Schools

Thursday, October 1 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Special Events

Go to RHS Door #55

Roblox Gaming from Home (Gr. K-6)
Oct 1
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Thursday, October 1 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

October means spooky Roblox games! This week we play Haunted Hunters, one of our favorites! Want to join us in the fun? Send us a friend request and join the game we are in Thursday. Our username is FCPL1 http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4493

ESR Virtual Information Session
Oct 1
Earlham College
ESRBLD ZOOM

Thursday, October 1 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Earlham College

This 12-month, tuition-free, residential MAPST program provides theological education and practical experience to students who wish to pursue ministries of social change. Learn more about the Master of Arts in Peace and Social Transformation

Candidates' Forum
Oct 1
Fayette County Chamber of Commerce
Live broadcast on Local TV3; replay available on TV3 and YouTube Event closed to public due to COVID-19

Thursday, October 1 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Butterfly Release
Oct 1
Special Events
The Secret Ingredient - 720 East Main Street Richmond IN

Thursday, October 1 at 5:00 pm

Special Events

A benefit for Richmond Neighborhood Restoration Inc. Richmond Neighborhood Restoration seeks to stimulate and revitalize Richmond's historic neighborhoods through economic and community development, as well as citizen participation and historic preservations. Richmond is home to some of the finest mid to late 19th Century architecture in the State of Indiana. Please join us in this great fundraiser to help RNR continue to make Richmond a better place to live, while conserving our local heritage. With each $20 donation you will receive one butterfly for a person who has made a difference in your life. On Thursday, October 1st at 5pm at The Secret Ingredient, the butterflies will be released at a ceremony honoring these important people. Refreshments will follow for those in attendance. Your $20 will be a total donation to Richmond Neighborhood Restoration Inc. Donation must be received by September 29th for your honoree(s) to be listed on the poster. Drop off your donations to The Secret Ingredient or mail a check payable to Richmond Neighborhood Restoration at 720 East Main Street Richmond IN 47374

Voting In The Era Of COVID-19
Oct 1
Indiana University East
2325 Chester Blvd , Richmond, IN 47374

Thursday, October 1 at 6:00 pm

Indiana University East

Join Chera LaForge, Scott Lee, and Kristoffer Rees as they discuss voting during the COVID-19 era.

Full Harvest Moon Night Hike
Oct 1
Cope Environmental Center
Cope Environmental Center

Thursday, October 1 from 7:30 pm to 9:30 pm

Cope Environmental Center

Join CEC naturalist, Moon Shadow, on a hike through the woods after dark. Learn about nocturnal animals, listen for owl calls, and check out the night sky! Masks are required for participants. Registration Required. Cost is $7 per member and $10 per non member. Meet at the Prairiewood Entrance at 1730 Airport Road at 7:30 pm. Register here: https://forms.gle/BfKNGy83Qjuy2P7p7

World War I Dawn Patrol Rendezvous
Special Events
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base

Friday, October 2 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Special Events

This two-day event features replica World War I flying aircraft, re-enactors, radio-controlled model aircraft, period vehicles, music and more. Check our website closer to the event for additional details. Friday, October 2 – Saturday, October 3, 2020, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. https://www.nationalmuseum.af.mil/

RIbbon-Cutting/Open House: RDI Connect
Oct 2
Fayette County Chamber of Commerce
504 N. Central Avenue , Connersville, IN 47331

Friday, October 2 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Freedom Quilt Show
Oct 2
Randolph Tourism
Arts Depot home of the AARC

Friday, October 2 from 5:15 pm to 7:00 pm

Randolph Tourism

The opening will go along with "First Friday' event. Area quilters are invited to compete for prizes in a quilt show featuring the "Freedom Quilt" pattern. Quilts & quilted items may be hand or machine quilted. Items should be delivered to the Arts Depot between 10-4 on Tuesday Sept 29. Best of show $300. 4 honorable mentions of $50.00 each. Items may be priced for sale, but not required. AARC retains 20% from members 30% from non-members

Feeding Families Festival 2020
Oct 2
Special Events
Hamilton County FOP 103 Indiana

Friday, October 2 from 5:00 pm to 11:00 pm

Special Events

Feeding Families is a local charity for food impoverished individuals. This will be the 1st festival of its kind in Hamilton County to raise awareness, network, donate and make some family memories. We will have live music, beer garden, wine tasting, food trucks networking, guest speakers and more... Get tickets on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/705636626655259/

BikeTOURberfest
Cardinal Greenway
PO Box 2411, Richmond, IN 47375

Saturday, October 3 through October 31

Cardinal Greenway

BikeTOURberfest is the largest fundraising activity of the year and helps raise critical funds to help care for and maintain the 22.5 miles of the Cardinal Greenway in Wayne County. Instead of our usual event, you’re invited to register in support of the Cardinal Greenway and create your own tour! Walk, run, ride, hike, whatever you want, wherever you want, whenever you want. Take your tour any time between October 3 (the original date of the event) and October 31. Register at biketourberfest.com and start planning your tour now!

Summer Farmers Market
Oct 3
City of Richmond
Jack Elstro Plaza, 47 N 6th St, Richmond, IN 47374, USA

Saturday, October 3 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

City of Richmond

Come out to the Richmond Farmers Market at Jack Elstro Plaza and support your local farmers and creators! Our vendors sell local produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, handcrafted artisan goods, and much more! For information on how the Market will change due to COVID-19, please visit: https://www.richmondindiana.gov/news/richmond-farmers-market-to-reopen-may-23-with-updated-operating-procedures-and-enhanced-cleaning-protocols The Market runs on Saturday mornings (8am to 12pm) from May - October, and on Tuesday evenings (4pm to 7pm) from July - September.  

Alquina Blue Arrow Park Fall Festival
Oct 3
Fayette County Chamber of Commerce
Alquina Blue Arrow Park 4397 East Alquina Road Connersville, IN 47331

Saturday, October 3 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm

Fayette County Chamber of Commerce

Alquina Blue Arrow Park Fall Festival Join the Alquina and greater Fayette County community for this annual fall tradition!Food, Craft Booths, Pumpkin Patch, Car and Tractor Show and MORE Lunch available with proceeds going to park maintenance:o Pulled Pork Dinnero Pulled Pork Sandwicheso Hot Dogso Coney Dogso Variety of drinks and dessertsPumpkin patch with proceeds going to the Alquina Blue Arrows Park Scholarship. (Last year we were able to recognize 3 outstanding CHS seniors by awarding scholarships to further their education opportunities.)- If you would like to be a craft vendor, please contact Karen Bales via Facebook or at karenmbales@yahoo.com (No charge for vender set up, donation to park highly recommended)- If you would like more information on the tractor and/or car show, please contact Dick G. at 765-265-1311In light of the current COVID-19 situation, we are taking all necessary precautions to keep you and our vendors safe at this open air event. Masks recommended per Governor Holcomb's current Indiana Order and social distancing expected. For more information on our safety plan, please reach out to Brayton Johns at braytonjohns@yahoo.com.

Harvest Fest
Oct 3
Union County
5 West High Street, Liberty, IN 47353

Saturday, October 3 from 12:00 pm to 6:00 pm

Union County

Harvest Fest App 2020 pumpkin race rules     Car Show Pumpkin Races Kids Games Music – Sean Lamb Acoustic 2-4pm   Check back for more details!

10th Anniversary Golf Outing for Special Olympics
Oct 3
Special Events
Richmond Elks Country Club

Saturday, October 3 at 12:30 pm

Special Events

10th Anniversary Golf Outing at Richmond Elks Country Club to. benefit the Special Olympic Athletes of Wayne County. Sign up sheets available at Elks CC Pro Shop and Best One Tire - Team cost is $400 per team - or $100 per player. Registration from 11:30a to 12p. - Guaranteed $1000 Skins Purse, 4 Person Scramble - 1st Place - $1500; 2nd Place - $750; 3rd from Last - $100 - Team Limit: 20 - $5,000 hole-in-one - Closest to Pin - Longest Drive - Mulligans Available - Catered Meal by Olive Garden at 5:15; door prizes to be awarded

Big Ruthie
Oct 3
Randolph Tourism
Winchester Phi Delta Kappa Beta Eta Chapter

Saturday, October 3 from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Randolph Tourism

THe WInchester ALumni Association and Winchester Phi Delta Kappa are sponsoring. Tenderloin Sandwich and sides for $10. (Drink not included) Eat in or Carry Out Tickets are available at the Phi Delts or call 954-536-6059. To benefit the Alumni Scholarship & PDK Scholarship funds.

Farm Day
Oct 3
Earlham College
Miller Farm for Sustainability Studies

Saturday, October 3 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: in person Students meet at the farm to work together on farm tasks and learn about sustainable agriculture 

Golf Tournament
Oct 4
Randolph Tourism
123 W Franklin St, Winchester, IN 47394

Sunday, October 4 from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Randolph Tourism

Four person scramble Registration begins at noon Shotgun start 1:00 pm Register at the Pro Shop or Contact Mallory Stevenson at MSTEVENSON@CAOFRANDOLPH.ORG $45 Per person for members $55 per person for Nonmembers Includes Golf, Cart, and Welcome GIft

2020 Pastors Conference
Oct 5
Earlham College
ESRBLD ZOOM

Monday, October 5 from 9:00 am to 11:45 am

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: online Join us for the 2020 ESR Pastors Conference: Beyond “Dear Church” with keynote presenter Lenny Duncan. The conference is fully online and will take place Monday, October 5, 2020. Read more about this event and register!

Common Council
Oct 5
City of Richmond
Council Chambers, 3rd floor of the Municipal Building, 50 N. 5th Street, Richmond, IN 47374

Monday, October 5 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

City of Richmond

Watch Common Council Live

Richmond Power & Light Board Meeting
Oct 5
City of Richmond
50 N 5th St, Richmond , IN 47374

Monday, October 5 from 8:00 pm to 9:00 pm

City of Richmond

Meeting will follow Richmond Common Council.

Jay County Senior Safety Net Food Distribution
Oct 6
LifeStream Services
1701 Pilgrim Blvd. , Yorktown, IN , IN 47396

Tuesday, October 6 from 11:30 am to 12:30 pm

LifeStream Services

https://www.facebook.com/lifestreamservices/

Dementia Friends Information Session
Oct 6
LifeStream Services
1701 Pilgrim Blvd. , Yorktown, IN , IN 47396

Tuesday, October 6 from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm

LifeStream Services

Now brewing a Dementia Friendly Community! You're invited to attend one of the Dementia Friends Information Sessions on the first Tuesday of every month starting December 3 from 2pm to 3pm at Roscoe's Coffee Bar & Tap Room in the Depot District. Sessions will be led by Courtney Evans with First Bank Richmond. The Dementia Friends information session will equip attendees with the knowledge to help make their communities a safer and more welcoming place for those living with dementia and their caregivers. A Dementia Friend is someone who wants to make a positive difference in the lives of people living with dementia through increased awareness and support. LifeStream is East Central Indiana’s Dementia Friends Administrator. Learn more or become a Dementia Friend online by visiting lifestreaminc.org/dementiafriends or contact Beth Evans, Director of Community Services, at bevans@lifestreaminc.org or 765-405-3001.

Fun Foods! on Facebook Live
Oct 6
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, October 6 from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Join us live as we show you some of our favorite recipes on our Facebook page! This week we make Mini Pumpkin Pie Rice Krispies!=0D=0AThis weekly show is bound to make you hungry, so prep your ingredients and cook along with us! www.facebook.com/fcplibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4509

Science Isn't Scary!
Oct 6
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, October 6 from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Science is so much fun, and we have decided to show you some of our favorite topics through wacky experiments and cool projects! This week's BIG IDEA is Bird Identification! =0D=0A=0D=0AJoin us every week at 2:30 PM for this seriously science-y show!It will be held on our Facebook during a live video. Please visit us at facebook.com/fcplibrary to see the video! http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4503

The Bug Show
Oct 6
Special Events
Preble County Historical Society, 7693 Swartsel Rd. Eaton OH

Tuesday, October 6 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Special Events

Free Program for all families! The bug man, Mr. Scott is excited to meet everyone at the Bug Show coming up on October 6th! Lots of facts! Please join us! Learn, Explore, Ask questions! Have fun!

Memory Café
Oct 7
LifeStream Services
1701 Pilgrim Blvd. , Yorktown, IN , IN 47396

Wednesday, October 7 from 11:00 am to 12:00 pm

LifeStream Services

Paint the Towne, in partnership with Dementia Friends Indiana and LifeStream Services, will host a Memory Café on the first Wednesday of the month. Memory Cafés are a welcoming safe place for people with dementia and their caregivers to enjoy activities and a break from their normal routine. Additionally, it is an opportunity to socialize and connect with others who are in a similar situation. The activities are provided at no cost, however, some activities may request a donation to cover the cost of supplies. There are more than 700 Memory Cafés in the United States. Paint the Towne will be the first one offered in the Richmond community.

Crafty Corner @2:00
Oct 7
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Wednesday, October 7 from 2:00 pm to 2:40 pm

Fayette County Public Library

On Crafty Corner, learn how to make a new craft every week during our Facebook Live! This week we make a Candy Corn Cat! =0D=0A=0D=0AFind us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ fpclibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4514

RHS R-Shelves Food Pantry Drive Thru
Oct 8
Special Events
Richmond Community Schools

Thursday, October 8 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Special Events

Go to RHS Door #55

Roblox Gaming from Home (Gr. K-6)
Oct 8
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Thursday, October 8 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

October means spooky Roblox games! This week we play Escape the Haunted House Obby! Want to join us in the fun? Send us a friend request and join the game we are in Thursday. Our username is FCPL1 http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4494

Loop Phase II Public Information Meeting
Oct 8
City of Richmond
4th Floor Blues Club, 923 N E St, Richmond, IN 47374, USA

Thursday, October 8 from 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm

City of Richmond

This meeting will provide the public with a project status update on the Loop Phase II. Both in-person and remote/digital participation will be possible. DIGITAL/REMOTE Register in advance for this webinar: https://richmondindiana-gov.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_BbbhAk5dRqO2035spSjvWg After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. Share on social.

Mindful Explorations: Assemblages of Violence: Everyday Trajectories of Oppression
Oct 8
Indiana University East
2325 Chester Blvd , Richmond, IN 47374

Thursday, October 8 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Indiana University East

This talk will focus on Wozolek's forthcoming book, Assemblages of Violence in Education: Everyday Trajectories of Oppression. This groundbreaking text brings together fields including new materialisms, anthropology, curriculum theory, and educational foundations to examine how violence is intertwined with everyday events and ideas. While the book weaves participant narratives in two contexts that exist a literal world apart—queer middle school youth of color in an urban context and Indian women who have survived domestic violence —this talk will mainly focus on Wozolek's work with queer middle school youth to conceptualize how social justice functions in opposition to normalized aggressions. Often overlooked, these deeply significant connections document how multiplicities of aggression operate as business-as-usual in a variety of spaces and places, including those that are often thought of as helpful. To these ends, this talk delves into how assemblages become entwined, focusing on how affects move in, through, and across such entanglements in order to more clearly perceive both where and how violence is embedded in and between sociopolitical and cultural ways of being, knowing, and doing. In so doing, Assemblages of Violence argues that pathologizing trajectories of violence can provide theoretical and methodological tools for those seeking to engage in a pedagogy of equity, access, and care to help people and communities in ways they wish to be helped.

Spooktacular
Union County
Whitewater Memorial State Park @ Whitewater Memorial State Park, 1418 S State Road 101, Liberty, IN 47353, USA

Friday, October 9 through October 10

Union County

Spooktacular!, Whitewater Memorial State Park
Whitewater Memorial State Park
Whitewater Memorial State Park

Friday, October 9 through October 11

Whitewater Memorial State Park

Event Description:*All fall festivals and events across DNR are being held using the State's COVID-19 guidance and precautions including social distancing sanitation procedures safe food service and masks required where applicable. Weekend festivals and individual activities are always SUBJECT TO CHANGE based on the monitoring and management of COVID-19 in the State. Friday October 9th 8 pm Owl Prowl - Whoooooo is calling in the woods at night? Meet at the Poplar Grove Shelter to learn about some common nocturnal animals and then head out on a moderate 3/4 mile hike in hopes of hearing some. Saturday October 10th 11 am &ndash Spooktacular Cornhole Tournament &ndash Register your team at the Whitewater Camp Store beginning Friday October 9th. Your team must be registered before 10:45 am on Saturday October 10th. The tournament will begin promptly at 11 am at the Camp Store. Please be checked in and ready to play by 10:45 am. 1:30 pm Costume Contest &ndash Show off your wicked or whimsical costume during this fun event! Our contest is open to all ages. Bring your 4 legged friends too! Join us at the Campground Playground in Loop B. *Note: All participants must wear a mask that covers their nose a mouth. If a costume mask has any openings other than for vision face masks covering the nose and mouth should be worn underneath. 4 pm &ndash 6 pm Trick-or-Treating! &ndash This event is limited to campers and cabin guests only (overnight guests.) Proof of overnight lodging for the weekend is required for admission to the campground. - Any vehicle entering the campground this weekend must have a current hangtag. - Anyone who does not feel well or has a cough cold or fever should not participate as a candy distributor or trick-or-treater. - High risk individuals should not participate as trick-or-treaters or candy distributors. - All trick-or-treaters and candy distributors must wear masks that cover the nose and mouth. If a costume mask has any openings other than for vision face masks covering the nose and mouth should be worn underneath. - All candy or treats distributed must be pre-packaged (no popcorn popped on-site no cups of drinks etc.) - Please plan to distribute the candy directly by hand rather than letting trick-or-treaters reach into a bowl. - If you are distributing treats please wash or sanitize your hands often and keep hand sanitizer available. Those who are trick-or-treating should carry it and use it often as well. Gloves are not necessary. - Candy packaging should be wiped off or left to sit for 24 hours before eating if possible. At a very minimum wash hands or use sanitizer before and after eating candy. *Roads through the campgrounds will be closed to motor vehicles during this time in order for children to trick-or-treat safely. 6 pm &ndash 10 pm Campsite Judging &ndash Campsite decorations will be voted on by YOU our campers! Be sure to pick up your voting ballets from the Campground Gatehouse. During this time campers will be walking around the campground to select our spookiest campsites! Each campsite will be given two ballets to cast their votes for 1st 2nd and 3rd place. Return your completed ballets to the Campground Gatehouse no later than 10:00 p.m. on Saturday. Free camping will be awarded to the top three campsites! Winners will be posted at our Camp Store on Sunday morning at 10:00 am. 8 pm Stories of the Night Sky &ndash Meet at Whitewater Beach House for an Astronomy filled evening! Explore the night sky and discover what constellations can be seen in autumn and the stories behind them. Sunday October 11th 10 am Autumn Amble &ndash Meet us at Poplar Grove Shelter for a moderate stroll as we discuss Autumns wonders. State calendar entry type:EventState calendar classification:ResidentsVisiting and PlayingAgency Name:Natural Resources Department ofContact Information:Name: Kristie RidgwayPhone: 765-647-2657Email: kridgway@dnr.in.govLocation Information:Whitewater Memorial State Park

Summer Farmers Market
Oct 10
City of Richmond
Jack Elstro Plaza, 47 N 6th St, Richmond, IN 47374, USA

Saturday, October 10 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

City of Richmond

Come out to the Richmond Farmers Market at Jack Elstro Plaza and support your local farmers and creators! Our vendors sell local produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, handcrafted artisan goods, and much more! For information on how the Market will change due to COVID-19, please visit: https://www.richmondindiana.gov/news/richmond-farmers-market-to-reopen-may-23-with-updated-operating-procedures-and-enhanced-cleaning-protocols The Market runs on Saturday mornings (8am to 12pm) from May - October, and on Tuesday evenings (4pm to 7pm) from July - September.  

Farm Day
Oct 10
Earlham College
Miller Farm for Sustainability Studies

Saturday, October 10 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: in person Students meet at the farm to work together on farm tasks and learn about sustainable agriculture 

Cemetery Walk
Oct 10
Special Events
Preble County Historical Society, 7693 Swartsel Rd. Eaton OH

Saturday, October 10 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm

Special Events

2 Different cemeteries. Max of 20 people per tour. Must pay in advance at Preble County Historical Society $15 per person

City Holiday: Columbus Day
Oct 12
City of Richmond
50 N 5th St, Richmond , IN 47374

Monday, October 12 All Day

City of Richmond

No RSD Collection
Oct 12
City of Richmond
50 N 5th St, Richmond , IN 47374

Monday, October 12 All Day

City of Richmond

For more details, visit the web.  

Christian Fiction Book Discussion 1:30
Oct 12
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Monday, October 12 from 1:30 pm to 2:15 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Join us on Zoom for a virtual discussion of the book "A Tendering in the Storm" by Jane Kirkpatrick. Miss the last meeting? No worries we will be talking about book one and two of this series in this meeting!=0D=0ACheck our facebook page for the ZOOM information. The book is available at the adult circulation desk for checkout. http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4517

CANCELED: Housing Authority of Richmond
Oct 12
City of Richmond
HACR Conference Room, 58 S 15th St Richmond, IN 47374

Monday, October 12 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

City of Richmond

For more, visit the web.

Virtual Dementia Friends Information Session
Oct 13
LifeStream Services
1701 Pilgrim Blvd. , Yorktown, IN , IN 47396

Tuesday, October 13 from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm

LifeStream Services

LifeStream Services is pleased to host monthly virtual Dementia Friends Information Sessions via video conference, led by LifeStream staff and volunteers. A Dementia Friend is someone who wants to make a positive difference in the lives of people living with dementia through increased awareness and support. The Dementia Friends Information Session will equip attendees with the knowledge to help make their communities a safer and more welcoming place for those living with dementia and their caregivers. In-person sessions have been canceled until further notice due to the threat of COVID-19. This virtual opportunity will allow communities to continue their efforts in becoming dementia friendly places to live. To attend the virtual session please visit https://bit.ly/LifeStreamDFI (Meeting ID: 815 9169 1365, Password: 948849) on your desktop or mobile device, or call-in at 646-876-9923.

Fun Foods! on Facebook Live
Oct 13
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, October 13 from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Join us live as we show you some of our favorite recipes on our Facebook page! this week we make Pumpkin Mac and Cheese!=0D=0AThis weekly show is bound to make you hungry, so prep your ingredients and cook along with us! www.facebook.com/fcplibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4510

Science Isn't Scary!
Oct 13
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, October 13 from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Science is so much fun, and we have decided to show you some of our favorite topics through wacky experiments and cool projects! =0D=0A=0D=0AJoin us every week at 2:30 PM for this seriously science-y show!It will be held on our Facebook during a live video. Please visit us at facebook.com/fcplibrary to see the video! http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4504

Library Board of Trustees
Oct 13
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, October 13 from 5:00 pm to 6:45 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Library Board of Trustees http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4372

Historic Preservation Commission
Oct 13
City of Richmond
Council Chambers, 3rd floor of the Municipal Building, 50 N. 5th Street, Richmond, IN 47374

Tuesday, October 13 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

City of Richmond

For more, visit the web.

Mindful Explorations - Spring Visiting Author, Jessica Anthony
Oct 13
Indiana University East
2325 Chester Blvd , Richmond, IN 47374

Tuesday, October 13 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

Indiana University East

Jessica Anthony is the author of The Convalescent (McSweeney’s/Grove), an American Library Association Adult Notable Book and Barnes and Noble “Discover Great New Writers” selection, and Chopsticks (Penguin/Razorbill), a multimedia novel created in collaboration with designer Rodrigo Corral. Chopsticks, called a “21st Century Novel” by the Los Angeles Times, was an Amazon Book of the Month, won App of the Year, and was featured in a Wall Street Journal article on digital publishing. Enter the Aardvark, her latest novel, was published by Little, Brown in the USA, and Penguin/Doubleday in the UK. Her books have been translated and published in over a dozen countries. Anthony's short stories can be found in Best New American Voices, Best American Nonrequired Reading, McSweeney’s, The Idaho Review and elsewhere. She is the inaugural winner of McSweeney’s “Amanda Davis Highwire Fiction Award,” and has received fellowships from the Creative Capital Foundation for Innovative Literature, the Bogliasco Foundation in Bogliasco, Italy, the Maine Arts Commission, and the Breadloaf Writers Conference. In 2021, Anthony will serve as a research fellow at the Fred W. Smith Library on George Washington’s estate at Mount Vernon. Jessica Anthony has been a butcher in Alaska, an unlicensed masseuse in Poland, a secretary in San Francisco. She had 27 jobs before beginning her MFA at George Mason University, where she won the lone thesis fellowship prize in fiction. In 2017, while writing Enter the Aardvark, Anthony was working as “Bridge Guard,” guarding the Maria Valeria Bridge between Štúrovo, Slovakia and Esztergom, Hungary. She is currently the Director of Creative Writing at Bates College, where she teaches fiction writing and literature. She lives in Portland, Maine.

Are You Linked In or Out?
Oct 14
Indiana University East
2325 Chester Blvd , Richmond, IN 47374

Wednesday, October 14 from 12:30 pm to 1:00 pm

Indiana University East

2020 has been a year for big change, but 90% of recruiters are STILL using Linkedin to fill their open positions. Join us virtually to find out how to create your LinkedIn profile!

Crafty Corner @2:00
Oct 14
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Wednesday, October 14 from 2:00 pm to 2:40 pm

Fayette County Public Library

On Crafty Corner, learn how to make a new craft every week during our Facebook Live! This week we make a Frankenstein Bag Puppet! =0D=0A=0D=0AFind us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ fpclibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4515

Henry County Creates Business Builders Launch Night
Oct 14
New Castle Main Street
227 N. Main Street, New Castle, IN 47362

Wednesday, October 14 at 6:00 pm

New Castle Main Street

Henry County Creates Business Builders are LAUNCHING their ideas tonight! Come see the many great ideas and the entrepreneurs behind them. Over the past several months current small business owners and budding entrepreneurs have been invited to make their idea a reality through Henry County Creates. Henry County Creates (HCC) is an initiative of several area organizations designed to promote innovation and entrepreneurship in Henry County. As part of this initiative HCC offered a Business Builders workshop series and idea contest. During this workshop series local entrepreneurs have attended workshops brainstormed his or her idea and will now make their final presentations to a panel of judges. The winning entrepreneur's idea is eligible to win up to $5 000 in resources for their product or business idea! Henry County Creates is an initiative of New Castle Main Street Knightstown Main Street New Castle Henry County Economic Development Corporation and East Central Indiana SBDC with funding support from the Henry County Community Foundation. To register for your free ticket go to: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/new-castle-downtown-and-art-association-of-henry-county-26182017119

RHS R-Shelves Food Pantry Drive Thru
Oct 15
Special Events
Richmond Community Schools

Thursday, October 15 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Special Events

Go to RHS Door #55

The Diaper Project Distribution - Wayne County
Oct 15
Special Events
Dwyer Community Center

Thursday, October 15 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Special Events

FREE DIAPER DISTRIBUTION EVENT FOR WAYNE COUNTY RESIDENTS If you are a Wayne County resident in need of Diapers, you can call the Dwyer Community Center to schedule an appointment for pick up. Distribution is the third Thursday of each month. Please bring ID, Social Security Card for you and your children and proof of address. Dwyer Community Center 1417 North A St., Richmond, Indiana 47374 765-488-2928

Roblox Gaming from Home (Gr. K-6)
Oct 15
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Thursday, October 15 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

October means spooky Roblox games! This week we play Flee the Facility! Want to join us in the fun? Send us a friend request and join the game we are in Thursday. Our username is FCPL1 http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4495

Summer Farmers Market
Oct 17
City of Richmond
Jack Elstro Plaza, 47 N 6th St, Richmond, IN 47374, USA

Saturday, October 17 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

City of Richmond

Come out to the Richmond Farmers Market at Jack Elstro Plaza and support your local farmers and creators! Our vendors sell local produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, handcrafted artisan goods, and much more! For information on how the Market will change due to COVID-19, please visit: https://www.richmondindiana.gov/news/richmond-farmers-market-to-reopen-may-23-with-updated-operating-procedures-and-enhanced-cleaning-protocols The Market runs on Saturday mornings (8am to 12pm) from May - October, and on Tuesday evenings (4pm to 7pm) from July - September.  

Fall Market
Oct 17
Randolph Tourism
Purdue Extension Randolph County

Saturday, October 17 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Randolph Tourism

Vendor's & Crafters Displaying Boutique clothing, jewelry, primitives, home decor, wood items, hair accessories, baked goods, Myra handbags, goat's milk soap products & much more. For more information about event or to become a vendor contact Leesa Friend-Teale at 765-509-0155 or email: leesadfriend@yahoo.com

Holiday Vendor & Craft Market
Oct 17
Randolph Tourism
Purdue Extension Randolph County

Saturday, October 17 from 9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Randolph Tourism

More information to come

Glen Miller Cleanup #1
Oct 17
City of Richmond
2200 E Main St, Richmond, IN 47374

Saturday, October 17 from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm

City of Richmond

Come out and help the Richmond Parks Department clean up Glen Miller Park of trash and invasive species! Glen Miller is the largest and most popular of Richmond's parks, but it needs your help in order to remain a clean and prosperous location for recreation and fun! The event will take place on October 17th from 1pm to 3pm. Individuals, families, and groups are all welcome. We'll meet by the Glen Miller Spring behind the Bandshell and work along the creek. Volunteers, sign in at the meeting place from 12:30-1:30 p.m. A map will be posted in the event discussion. We will provide tools and trash bags — please bring your own gloves (if you want them). Closed-toe shoes will be required. Snacks and water will be provided! Social distancing and other prevention measures will be in place to stop the spread of COVID-19. Masks are highly recommended, especially during check-in. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to message our Facebook page, email csmith@richmondindiana.gov, or call 765-983-7425. Help spread the word and invite your friends!

Farm Day
Oct 17
Earlham College
Miller Farm for Sustainability Studies

Saturday, October 17 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: in person Students meet at the farm to work together on farm tasks and learn about sustainable agriculture 

Haunted Hayride and Walking Trail
Oct 17
Special Events
Preble County Historical Society, 7693 Swartsel Rd. Eaton OH

Saturday, October 17 from 7:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Special Events

Ticket includes drink & snack hayride: $12 trail: $12 both: $20 per person

Common Council
Oct 19
City of Richmond
Council Chambers in the Municipal Building

Monday, October 19 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm

City of Richmond

Watch Common Council Meetings Live For more, visit the web.

Unsafe Building Commission
Oct 20
City of Richmond
Council Chambers, 3rd floor Municipal Building 50 North 5th Street, Richmond Indiana 47374

Tuesday, October 20 from 10:00 am to 10:30 am

City of Richmond

For more, visit the web.

Fun Foods! on Facebook Live
Oct 20
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, October 20 from 2:00 pm to 2:30 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Join us live as we show you some of our favorite recipes on our Facebook page! This week we make Pumpkin Hummus!=0D=0AThis weekly show is bound to make you hungry, so prep your ingredients and cook along with us! www.facebook.com/fcplibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4511

Science Isn't Scary!
Oct 20
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Tuesday, October 20 from 2:30 pm to 3:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Science is so much fun, and we have decided to show you some of our favorite topics through wacky experiments and cool projects! =0D=0A=0D=0AJoin us every week at 2:30 PM for this seriously science-y show!It will be held on our Facebook during a live video. Please visit us at facebook.com/fcplibrary to see the video! http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4505

Environmental Sustainability Commission
Oct 21
City of Richmond
Community Room, 2nd Floor of the Municipal Building, 50 N. 5th Street, Richmond, IN 47374

Wednesday, October 21 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

City of Richmond

For more, visit the web.

Online Book Club! (Ages 18+) @12:30PM
Oct 21
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Wednesday, October 21 from 12:30 pm to 1:10 pm

Fayette County Public Library

Looking for a new way to read and discuss books? This book club is dedicated to bringing you the joy of book discussions from the comfort of your home! This month, we discuss "Every Falling Star" by Sungju Lee.=0D=0AMeetings are held on Zoom, and all books the group reads will be available on Hoopla, an online resource you can get for free with your library card. For more information, visit our Facebook page! www.facebook.fcplibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4519

Crafty Corner @2:00
Oct 21
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Wednesday, October 21 from 2:00 pm to 2:40 pm

Fayette County Public Library

On Crafty Corner, learn how to make a new craft every week during our Facebook Live! This week we make a Halloween Paper Chain! =0D=0A=0D=0AFind us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ fpclibrary http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4516

Neighborhood Services Clearinghouse
Oct 21
City of Richmond
Neighborhood Room, 50 North 5th Street, Richmond, IN 47374

Wednesday, October 21 from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

City of Richmond

Follow on Facebook.

RHS R-Shelves Food Pantry Drive Thru
Oct 22
Special Events
Richmond Community Schools

Thursday, October 22 from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm

Special Events

Go to RHS Door #55

NPACC/CVB General Meeting (Tentative)
Oct 22
New Paris Chamber of Commerce
To Be announced

Thursday, October 22 from 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

New Paris Chamber of Commerce

NPACC/CVB General Membership Meeting. Check back for more details.

Roblox Gaming from Home (Gr. K-6)
Oct 22
Fayette County Public Library
Fayette County Public Library

Thursday, October 22 from 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Fayette County Public Library

October means spooky Roblox games! This week we play a haunted house obby! Want to join us in the fun? Send us a friend request and join the game we are in Thursday. Our username is FCPL1 http://online.fcplibrary.lib.in.us/evanced/lib/eventsignup.asp?ID=4496

Spooktacular
Union County
Whitewater Memorial State Park @ 1418 State Rte 101, Liberty, IN 47353, USA

Friday, October 23 through October 24

Union County

Spooktacular!, Whitewater Memorial State Park
Oct 23
Whitewater Memorial State Park
Whitewater Memorial State Park

Friday, October 23 All Day

Whitewater Memorial State Park

Event Description:*All fall festivals and events across DNR are being held using the State's COVID-19 guidance and precautions including social distancing sanitation procedures safe food service and masks required where applicable. Weekend festivals and individual activities are always SUBJECT TO CHANGE based on the monitoring and management of COVID-19 in the State. ​Friday October 23rd 8 pm Calls of the Wild &ndash Have you ever wondered what creatures are calling in the nighttime woods? Explore the world of nocturnal animals and learn to identify them by their calls. Join us at the Poplar Grove Shelter for a short/easy hike. Saturday October 24th 12 pm Turtle Trivia &ndash Spend some time with one of Indianas native turtles and learn about their adaptations. Join us at the Campground Playground in Loop B. 1:30 pm Costume Contest &ndash Show off your wicked or whimsical costume during this fun event! Our contest is open to all ages. Bring your 4 legged friends too! Join us at the Campground Playground in Loop B. *Note: All participants must wear a mask that covers their nose a mouth. If a costume mask has any openings other than for vision face masks covering the nose and mouth should be worn underneath. 4 pm &ndash 6 pm Trick-or-Treating! &ndash This event is limited to campers and cabin guests only (overnight guests.) Proof of overnight lodging for the weekend is required for admission to the campground. - Any vehicle entering the campground this weekend must have a current hangtag. - Anyone who does not feel well or has a cough cold or fever should not participate as a candy distributor or trick-or-treater. - High risk individuals should not participate as trick-or-treaters or candy distributors. - All trick-or-treaters and candy distributors must wear masks that cover the nose and mouth. If a "costume" mask has any openings other than for vision face masks covering the nose and mouth should be worn underneath. - All candy or treats distributed must be pre-packaged (no popcorn popped on-site no cups of drinks etc.) - Please plan to distribute the candy directly by hand rather than letting trick-or-treaters reach into a bowl. - If you are distributing treats please wash or sanitize your hands often and keep hand sanitizer available. Those who are trick-or-treating should carry it and use it often as well. Gloves are not necessary. - Candy packaging should be wiped off or left to sit for 24 hours before eating if possible. At a very minimum wash hands or use sanitizer before and after eating candy. *Roads through the campgrounds will be closed to motor vehicles during this time in order for children to trick-or-treat safely. 6 pm &ndash 10 pm Campsite Judging &ndash Campsite decorations will be voted on by YOU our campers! Be sure to pick up your voting ballets from the Campground Gatehouse. During this time campers will be walking around the campground to select our spookiest campsites! Each campsite will be given two ballets to cast their votes for 1st 2nd and 3rd place. Return your completed ballets to the Campground Gatehouse no later than 10:00 p.m. on Saturday. Free camping will be awarded to the top three campsites! Winners will be posted at our Camp Store on Sunday morning at 10:00 am. 8 pm Owl Prowl - Whoooooo is calling in the woods at night? Meet at Poplar Grove Shelter to learn about some common nocturnal animals and then head out on a moderate 3/4 mile hike in hopes of hearing some. Sunday October 25th 10 am Getting Ready! &ndash What does winter mean for our resident amphibians? Find out and meet some live amphibians at the Campground Playground in Loop B. State calendar entry type:EventState calendar classification:ResidentsVisiting and PlayingAgency Name:Natural Resources Department ofContact Information:Name: Kristie RidgwayPhone: 765-647-2657Email: kridgway@dnr.in.govLocation Information:Whitewater Memorial State Park

2020 Fire & Water
City of Richmond
1740 S 8th St, Richmond, IN 47374, United States

Friday, October 23 through October 25

City of Richmond

Register by October 14th! Share this event on social. Richmond Fire Department's Fourth Annual Fire & Water event is an opportunity to participate in three days of fire training at Richmond's state of the art facility. Schedule of Events Friday, Oct 23rd | 5 PM Gear Fit, Orientation, Fire Science Education Saturday, Oct 24th | 8 AM Live Burn, Search & Rescue, Extraction Sunday, Oct 25th | 12:30 PM Technical Rescue Social Distancing will be strictly enforced. Registration Participation will be limited to 25. Elected officials and department heads will have first priority. There will be 5 civilian openings, and media outlets will be considered for remaining slots. All participants must meet minimum physical requirements to participate. Submit your application below or call 765-983-7540 by October 14th. https://forms.gle/7HjyATnyWKfiMSsw6

Spooktacular!, Whitewater Memorial State Park
Oct 24
Whitewater Memorial State Park
Whitewater Memorial State Park

Saturday, October 24 All Day

Whitewater Memorial State Park

Event Description:*All fall festivals and events across DNR are being held using the State's COVID-19 guidance and precautions including social distancing sanitation procedures safe food service and masks required where applicable. Weekend festivals and individual activities are always SUBJECT TO CHANGE based on the monitoring and management of COVID-19 in the State. ​Friday October 23rd 8 pm Calls of the Wild &ndash Have you ever wondered what creatures are calling in the nighttime woods? Explore the world of nocturnal animals and learn to identify them by their calls. Join us at the Poplar Grove Shelter for a short/easy hike. Saturday October 24th 12 pm Turtle Trivia &ndash Spend some time with one of Indianas native turtles and learn about their adaptations. Join us at the Campground Playground in Loop B. 1:30 pm Costume Contest &ndash Show off your wicked or whimsical costume during this fun event! Our contest is open to all ages. Bring your 4 legged friends too! Join us at the Campground Playground in Loop B. *Note: All participants must wear a mask that covers their nose a mouth. If a costume mask has any openings other than for vision face masks covering the nose and mouth should be worn underneath. 4 pm &ndash 6 pm Trick-or-Treating! &ndash This event is limited to campers and cabin guests only (overnight guests.) Proof of overnight lodging for the weekend is required for admission to the campground. - Any vehicle entering the campground this weekend must have a current hangtag. - Anyone who does not feel well or has a cough cold or fever should not participate as a candy distributor or trick-or-treater. - High risk individuals should not participate as trick-or-treaters or candy distributors. - All trick-or-treaters and candy distributors must wear masks that cover the nose and mouth. If a "costume" mask has any openings other than for vision face masks covering the nose and mouth should be worn underneath. - All candy or treats distributed must be pre-packaged (no popcorn popped on-site no cups of drinks etc.) - Please plan to distribute the candy directly by hand rather than letting trick-or-treaters reach into a bowl. - If you are distributing treats please wash or sanitize your hands often and keep hand sanitizer available. Those who are trick-or-treating should carry it and use it often as well. Gloves are not necessary. - Candy packaging should be wiped off or left to sit for 24 hours before eating if possible. At a very minimum wash hands or use sanitizer before and after eating candy. *Roads through the campgrounds will be closed to motor vehicles during this time in order for children to trick-or-treat safely. 6 pm &ndash 10 pm Campsite Judging &ndash Campsite decorations will be voted on by YOU our campers! Be sure to pick up your voting ballets from the Campground Gatehouse. During this time campers will be walking around the campground to select our spookiest campsites! Each campsite will be given two ballets to cast their votes for 1st 2nd and 3rd place. Return your completed ballets to the Campground Gatehouse no later than 10:00 p.m. on Saturday. Free camping will be awarded to the top three campsites! Winners will be posted at our Camp Store on Sunday morning at 10:00 am. 8 pm Owl Prowl - Whoooooo is calling in the woods at night? Meet at Poplar Grove Shelter to learn about some common nocturnal animals and then head out on a moderate 3/4 mile hike in hopes of hearing some. Sunday October 25th 10 am Getting Ready! &ndash What does winter mean for our resident amphibians? Find out and meet some live amphibians at the Campground Playground in Loop B. State calendar entry type:EventState calendar classification:ResidentsVisiting and PlayingAgency Name:Natural Resources Department ofContact Information:Name: Kristie RidgwayPhone: 765-647-2657Email: kridgway@dnr.in.govLocation Information:Whitewater Memorial State Park

Summer Farmers Market
Oct 24
City of Richmond
Jack Elstro Plaza, 47 N 6th St, Richmond, IN 47374, USA

Saturday, October 24 from 8:00 am to 12:00 pm

City of Richmond

Come out to the Richmond Farmers Market at Jack Elstro Plaza and support your local farmers and creators! Our vendors sell local produce, meat, eggs, honey, baked goods, handcrafted artisan goods, and much more! For information on how the Market will change due to COVID-19, please visit: https://www.richmondindiana.gov/news/richmond-farmers-market-to-reopen-may-23-with-updated-operating-procedures-and-enhanced-cleaning-protocols The Market runs on Saturday mornings (8am to 12pm) from May - October, and on Tuesday evenings (4pm to 7pm) from July - September.  

Victory for Veterans
Oct 24
Randolph Tourism
Trinity Wesleyan Church, 1400 E Main St, Greenville, OH 45331

Saturday, October 24 from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Randolph Tourism

Victory for Veterans To End Veteran Homelessness A 5K Run/Walk to End Veteran Homelessness Check-In: 7:30 am Register online at www.CantStopRunningCo.com Cost: $25, including t-shirrt (up to April 13, 2020 deadline) $30 after deadline (up to day of event), without t-shirt

Farm Day
Oct 24
Earlham College
Miller Farm for Sustainability Studies

Saturday, October 24 from 5:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Earlham College

In-Person, Online, or Hybrid?: in person Students meet at the farm to work together on farm tasks and learn about sustainable agriculture 

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