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106th Aurora Farmers Fair

Childhood Memories October 1, 2, 3 & 4, 2014

Wednesday • October 1st

9:30pm - Crowning of King & Queen

Thursday • October 2nd (Gospel Night)

7pm - The Nelons 8pm - LeFevre Quartet

Friday • October 3rd

6pm - The Van Dells Next Generation 8pm - The Van Dells

Saturday • October 4th 9:30am - HUGE Street Parade 1pm - The Calvary (Stage 2) 3pm - Ridge Runner (Stage 2) 6pm - After Midnight 8pm - The Rusty Griswolds

Visit us online for a full event schedule!

www.AuroraFarmersFair.org


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Go ahead & Wine The Powers’ Winery outside Dillsboro on Ind. 262 is a family hobby turned business. Pat and Connie Powers and their six children decided to share their

enjoyment of creating tasty wines with the public on their small country farm. Come in and taste sev- later. eral styles of wine and take The winery includes a a few bottles home to enjoy warm and cozy tasting room where customers can come to relax and taste the large selection wines. A quaint gift shop where folks can design your own gift basket to bring to friends and family. Additionally, the winery carries all the necessary equipment and ingredients need to help others start a hobby in winemaking. Powers’ Winery also pro-

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Winery Nestled in the Laughery Creek Valley in Ohio County, Indiana

Specialty Wines Wine Tasting • Gift Shop Wine Making Supplies Small Parties

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10651 St. Rt 262 • Dillsboro, IN 47018 (Corner of Milton Bear Branch Rd.)

812.432.3620

Open Thursday - Sunday • Noon - 6pm www.powerswine.com

www.powerswine.com vides the service of making the wine of a customer’s choice for any special occasion. To make it even more special they will create a label to commemorate the event. Come and enjoy a wonderful wine experience. Hours: Thursday through Sunday, Noon to 6 p.m.; Monday - Tuesday- Wednesday, call ahead 812-432-3620.

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www.sunmanchamber.org What has food, wine, fireworks, and lots of music? The Sunman Wine & fireworks Festival Saturday, Sept. 6! Sunman Idol will be back for another round, and new this year is a Karaoke Contest. In addition to Sunman Idol and Karaoke three bands will be performing: Pistol Holler, Swamptucky and 5 Lights. The fireworks start at 10 p.m. and all the action takes place at the Sunman Community Park. Besides the music and fireworks, there also are craft booths, food aplenty, a homemade wine contest and inflatables and kids’ activities. Check the Sunman Chamber of Commerce website for all the details closer to the event date.

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Indiana wines, twirling batons and culinary delights that will tempt your taste buds await as the Swiss Wine Festival celebrates as well as salutes the cultural heritage of Switzerland County, Indiana. Now in its 43rd year, the four-day event, held on Vevay’s riverfront at Paul Ogle Riverfront Park, uniquely blends tradition and fun for the whole family. From opening day on Thursday to closing time on Sunday evening the Swiss Wine Festival caters to all ages and interests. Arousing polka music to toe-tapping country tunes emanate from the three entertainment stages. The Little Swiss Polka Dancers, children in colorful Swiss costumes, will delight and entertain. Riverboat cruises, on the scenic Ohio River, allow passengers to enjoy the magnificent countryside

nestled amid the towering Indiana and Kentucky hillsides. The Wine Pavilion and Beer Garden afford spots of tranquility where visitors can converse with old acquaintances and newly met travelers. Hefty stone tosses and splashing grape stomps beckon those who favor adventure. Enjoy the Grand Festival Parade on Saturday morning and plan to stay for the fireworks extravaganza hours later, with loads of activities in between. Antiques, Arts and Crafts and Amish Goods will entice the shopper in everyone.

www.swisswinefestival.org

More than wine Vinoklet, 11069 Colerain Ave. (Old Colerain to ‘natives;), has unique dining experiences Wednesday through Sunday. The vineyard and winery started out on a former dairy farm in rural Colerain Townwhip in 1985. Since then it has grown and found a niche in Hamilton County. Here is some of what it offers, for more go to its website. ÎÎSHAKESPEARE in the VINEYARD presented by the Cincinnati Shakespeare Company Aug. 8 and Aug. 22 @ 7 p.m. free admission & parking. Food and beverages available. ÎÎEVERYTHING ELSE: Dinner hours are Wednesday and Thursday 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. ; Friday and Saturday dinner 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. open until 11 p.m. for bocce, walking, enjoying the bonfire etc.

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ÎÎSaturday 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. ÎÎSunday Noon to 5 p.m. ÎÎParticipating Wineries: Buck Creek Winery; Carousel Winery; Chateau De Pique; Ertel Cellars Winery; French Lick Winery; Grateful Goat Winery; Harmony Winery; Lanthier Winery; The Ridge Winery; Windy Knoll Win-

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Spring & Summer Events WEDNESDAY Cigar and Guitar 7pm Spaghetti & Meatball Buffet $7.95 THURSDAY Karaoke with Mike Dehner 7pm Pot Roast Sandwich w/ FF Special $7.95 FRIDAY & SATURDAY “Grill to Perfection” Dinners Reservations Recommended

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ÎÎWEDNESDAY: Royalty is crowned; fire police and citizens are honored; traditional contests of eating Twinkies and shelling corn have been joined by a Skyline Coney Eating Contest; another recent addition is the Dillsboro idol contest wiht auditions April 27 and May 4. ÎÎTHURSDAY: Baby contest; final 4 for Dillsboro Idol; and music. ÎÎFRIDAY: Find a frog, best dressed and jumpers will be crowned; music by Ridge Runner. ÎÎSATURDAY: 5K Run & Walk; Parade; car show; musisc and much more!!!

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As Dillsboro Homecoming celebrates “Coming Home Again” as its theme this May, the street festival will feature several newbies. Tops for many folks will be the beer garden sponsored by American Legion Post 292 in the grass area across from Hairlines. The beer garden will be moved to a paved area should heavy rains precede the event, said festival chairman Brett Hamilton. “We’re going to try it and see what happens,” he said. Alcoholic beverages are not allowed in the festival area other than in the beer garden. Also new will be the Skyline Coney Dog eating contest at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, May 14. Skyline is donating the coneys for the competition, which precedes returning contests of Twinkie eating, apple peeling and corn shelling. Dillsboro Idol semi-finals will follow. Awards for outstanding citizen, police, fire and emergency medical responders will come right after the 7 p.m. opening ceremonies. See HOP, Page 11


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St. Teresa Benedicta Festival Saturday, September 20th • 5pm - 11pm Sunday, September 21st • 12pm - 5pm SUPER SPLIT-THE-POT Kids Games • Cards • Pull Tabs • Basket Raffle Beer Garden with live music and much MORE!

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Dinners will be served in the Parish Center. For more information and directions call 812.656.8700 or Ann Toerner at 513.659.2560 or visit www.stteresab.org


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From Page 9 If you want to be in the running for Dillsboro Idol, auditions are at 1 p.m. Sundays, April 27 and May 4, at the Dillsboro Civic Club. Last but not least in the new category, the festival will have a new frog commissioner this year. Long-time commissioner Rick Fields has stepped down after 45 years. Joe Ryan, who has been measuring frog jumps for years as a judge, will take over as commissioner, said Hamilton. Frog jumping and best-dressed frog competitions will be Friday, May 16, starting at 6:45 p.m. Other highlights of Homecoming include the entertainment: Two’s a Crowd (mem-

bers are from Dillsboro) Thursday, May 15, following the Dillsboro Idol Finals at 8:30 p.m. and the preceding baby contest at 7:15 p.m.; Ridge Runner (members from Aurora and Lawrenceburg) at 8:30 p.m. Friday, May 16; and Channel Kats, Centerline and Linda Lee beginning at 6:15 p.m. Saturday, May 17. “They’re all from around here,” said Hamilton. The 5K run and walk will be back at 8 a.m. Saturday, following by the Homecoming parade at 11 a.m. Other Saturday activities include the classic car/bike cruise-in and BMX Bike stunt show just after noon; the Opening Knight and South Dearborn Middle S cho ol s h o w choirs at 1 p.m.; and the K-9 dog trick show at 3 p.m. And all four days will sport midway rides.

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bright Community festival It started out as a fundraiser for the Bright Volunteer Fire Department, but has grown to be much, much more. ÎÎFRIDAY: 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. raffles, booths, games, rides, food, and more. Live entertainment by local sensation Pure Grain. ÎÎSATURDAY: 4 p.m. to 11 p.m. same stuff as Friday, but with the fire department’s chicken dinner and music by GenX and After Midnight. ÎÎBUT WAIT - THERE’s MORE: 3 p.m. Saturday, the PARADE starts at Bright Christian Church on Stateline Road. What part of popular culture will Dale Lutz use on his float this year? Who will be grand marshal? Find OUT Saturday.

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Come socialize and enjoy our “family sty le” homemade chicken dinner!

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www.aurorafarmersfair.org If you find yourself hungry come October, you might head for the Aurora Farmers Fair. Worm-eating and goldfish-eating contests are scheduled back-to-back for 1 p.m. and 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 3, third day of the annual street festival. Or you might try the Frisch’s Pumpkin Pie eating contest at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Meanwhile, those who love the Cincinnati Van Dells should stick around Friday, as the group performs at 8 p.m. That follows Van Dells Next Generation’s performance at 6 p.m., both featuring 60s and 70s music, said fair entertainment director/stage manager Karl Schorr. “They only do a few shows a year so we were lucky to get them,” said fair chairman John Petty. Other entertainment Friday includes Tyler Barham at 6 p.m. and Levi Rogers at 7:30 p.m. both on stage 2 with country music. “They’re up and coming artists,” said Schorr. Thursday night, Oct. 2, will be gospel night on both stages, he said. Nelons will perform at 7 p.m. and LeFerve Quartet will perform at 8 p.m., both on the main stage. At stage two, DNA out of Nashville, Tenn., a modern contemporary gospel group, will perform just after the 6 p.m. welcome, followed by Calling Glory. “They’re for the younger crowd,” but perform mostly gospel, said Schorr, referring to Calling Glory. “Wednesday night is our king and queen contest with the local show choirs,” he said, referring to Oct. 1, the first night of the fair. Saturday, Oct. 4, will feature afternoon as

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St.NewPaul’s Alsace Saturday • 8/9/14 5:00 pm - 12 Midnight

Annual Church Picnic! The events include a beer garden, games, food, live band and kiddie land!

SuNday • 8/10/14 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Delicious dinners will be served continuously throughout the day! Family Style Chicken dinner

Served Continuously 11am-4 pm

Adults • $12.00 - Children (Under 10) • $6.00 Other fun and exciting events continue on Sunday as well until 6:00 pm activities include a lunch stand, country store, beer garden, raffles, adult games, kid games and prizes. Directions: From Ohio: Take I-74 to St. Leon - Lawrenceburg exit and follow the markers. From Kentucky: Take I-275 to I-74 to St. Leon-Lawrenceburg exit and follow the markers.

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Come and listen to the call of the wild... check website for hours Visit us on wolfcreekhabitat.org 513-312-9143 wolfcreekhabitat@msn.com

Mark your calendar for great events in Ripley County!

May 2-3 Sawdust Days, Batesville 16-18 Great U.S. 50 Yard Sale June 7 Women at Big Oaks Wildlife Refuge 14-22 National Muzzle Loading Rifle Assoc. Spring Shoot & Friendship Flea Markets 18-20 Batesville Music and Arts Festival 21 1954 MIlan Indian Champs 60th Anniversary Party 27-29 F.A.R.M. Club Antique Machinery Show, Osgood July Fireworks-Versailles, Osgood, Milan 20-26 Ripley County 4-H Fair, Osgood August 22-24 Whispering Beard Folk Festival, Friendship 31 Milan American Legion Bluegrass Festival September 6 Sunman Wine & Fireworks Festival 13-21 NMLRA National Championship Shoot & Friendship Flea Markets 24-28 Versailles Pumpkin Show 27-28 Batesville Applefest October 4-5 Friendship Music Festival-Bluegrass in the Valley 11-12 Ertel Cellars Wine Festival, Batesville November 29-30 Ripley County Parks Christmas Walk, Osgood December 4 Batesville Tree Lighting 5 Friendship Village Christmas Walk 6 Milan Main Street Christmas Parade

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From Page 9 well as evening entertainment. The JetSet Getset, a local group, will perform at 1 p.m. on the main stage, followed by Acoustikats, an a cappela group from the University of Kentucky. Meanwhile, the Cavalry (locals Cheyenne Burress and Brandon Slack) and Ridge Runner, also a local group, will perform at 1 p.m. and 3 p.m., respectively, on stage two. After Midnight, which offers upbeat classical rock, will perform at 6 p.m., and the Rusty Griswolds, a local group with an up to date repertoire, will perform at 8 p.m., both on the main stage. Of course, the fair will offer lots of other entertainment as well, from midway rides to booths of all sorts to the exhibit hall to a pet parade. Hall of Fame awards will be Wednesday evening at stage two and a World War II and the grand marshal presentations Thursday evening. The main parade will start at 9 a.m. Saturday and is expected to last two hours.

When it comes to enterainment, the 2014 festival at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church in Harrison pulls no punches. On the slate for this summer’s festival, Friday, June 20, through Sunday, June 22, are DV8, Groove Yard, Pistol Holler, Blue Chip City Big Band, One Night Stand and the Naked Karate Girls. Of course the great food, including the chicken dinner Sunday, is back, and new this year is pulled pork. There’s also the $10,000 super raffle, Bid ‘n’ Buy, and Jaguar Jungle Kids Zone. Need more reasons to attend? The festival also has Jumbo Poker, blackjack, a beer garden as well as other activies for those 21 and over.

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ÎÎShooting matches start at 7:30 a.m. and are Saturday through Saturday

ÎÎActivities for non-competitive shooters include: ÎÎBeginner’s Bench; Youth Range; Commercial Row; Gunmaker’s Hall-Museum & Library, Seminars; Range; Period Music; Junior Archeology; Blacksmithing; Gunbuilding; Primitive Crafts and more!

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“As a community asset, the Fernald Preserve will foster wildlife habitat and provide educational opportunities through environmental stewardship.”

Open seven days a week, 7:00 a.m. to dusk. Visitors Center is open Wednesday–Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. • Walk the site’s seven miles of hiking trails • Reserve the Community Meeting Room free of charge • Join us for educational programs and nature hikes For additional information, e-mail fernald@lm.doe.gov or call (513) 648-6000. Visit the website at www.lm.doe.gov/fernald for directions and calendar of events.

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LPL = Lawrenceburg Public Library NDB = North Dearborn Branch

TITLE

DATE & LIBRARY LOCATION

AUDIENCE

Professor Steve’s Fantastic Reactions Show

Tue • June 3 • 2 PM, LPL and 6 PM, NDB

All ages

Mad Science Saturday: Radioactive Experiments

Sat • June 7 • 11 AM, NDB and 2:30 PM, LPL

Grades 1-6

Genealogy Club

Sat • June 7 • 2 PM, LPL

Adults

Teen Gaming Club

Mon • June 9 •3:30 PM, LPL

Teens

Oh, the Treasures You Will Find on Our Library Website

Tue • June 10 •1 PM, LPL or Thu • June 19 • 6 PM, LPL

Adults, Teens

Ronald McDonald at the Library

Tue • June 10 • 2 PM, LPL and 6 PM, NDB

Grades 1-6

Notable Dearborn County Houses

Tue • June 10 • 6 PM, LPL

Adults

Lego Mania

Tue • June 10 • 6:30 PM, NDB Sat • June 14 • 2 PM, LPL

Grades 1-6

Fly Fishing 101

Wed ▪ June 11 and Thu ▪ June 12 ▪ 6 PM, NDB

Adults

Teen Advisory Group

Mon • June 16 • 4:30 PM, LPL

Teens

Whatcha Reading?

Mon • June 16 • 5 PM, LPL

Teens

Learning to Use Windows 8

Mon • June 16 • 6:30 PM, NDB

Adults, Teens

Science Matters

Tue • June 17 • 2 PM, LPL and 6 PM, NDB

Grades 1-6

Anime Club

Wed • June 18 • 4:30 PM, LPL

Teens

DIY: Natural Cleaners

Sat • June 21 • 1 PM, LPL

Adults

Snakehead Ed

Tue • June 24 • 2 PM, LPL and 6 PM, NDB

Grades 1-6

Rise Above It: Talking Yeast!

Tue • June 24 • 4 PM, LPL

Teens

Human Footprint

Fri • June 27 • 1 PM, LPL

All ages

More great programs are scheduled for July! Visit www.lpld.lib.in.us to view all library programs and to register. Or give us a call! Lawrenceburg Library 812 537-2775 North Dearborn Branch 812 637-0777


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search “friends of versailles state park” The Friends of Versailles State Park has been busy making plans for the spring and early summer. Under the umbrella of the Ripley County Tourism Bureau, the membership is made up of those who love the outdoors, want to improve the park as well as encourage more visitors. Bill Riley will lead a Photographing Wildflowers 101 class, at the Schimmerhorn Shelter, on the road behind the pool, at 6 p.m. Monday, April 28. “It doesn’t matter if you have a high-end digital camera, or a cell phone, this workshop will give you tips and tricks for creating eye-popping photos in the field without spending lots of money on expensive photo technology,” said Riley. There will be about 30 minutes of instruction, followed by practice shots in the field. The class is open to the public, and will be held rain or shine. All of the Indiana State Parks will mark Welcome Back Weekend Saturday, May 3. The Friends Group will be leading a First Saturday Hike, starting at 9 a.m. from the Oak Grove Shelter parking lot. This will be a wildflower hike, open to the public. Hikers are encouraged to bring their cameras. Following the hike, at noon, everyone is invited to a pitch-in picnic at the Oak Grove Shelter. Friends members be hold a yard sale in conjunction with the U.S. 50 Yard Sale, at 9am Saturday, May 17. Anyone with clean outdoorrelated equipment to donate is welcome to call Katherine at 812-689-7431. Money raised will be used for projects at the park. June’s First Saturday Hike, June 7, will begin at 9 a.m., and is open to the public. Hikers will meet at the Oak Grove Shelter parking lot. The second Women’s Only Hike will be held Saturday, June 14 starting at 10am. Women in the area are invited to attend, but need to call Katherine Taul at 1-812-689-7431 to reserve a place for the hike. A Friends’ members only hike is being planned Sunday, June 22. Members will be notified prior to the date of the destination and any other vital information. Past Members Only Hikes have been to the waterfall and little-known cemeteries. For more information on the Friends of Versailles State Park, call 1-812-689-7431. Membership brochures are available at the Ripley County Welcome Center in Versailles on U.S. 50.

Dagaz Acres Leadership Center and Zipline Adventure Course in Ohio County offers a variety of outdoor options for folks. Whether alone or with a group of friends, you will return to the “real” world with fresh perspectives and incentives. Dagaz Acres Leadership Center and Zipline Adventure Course also is the first of its kind in the Tri-State and the only state of the art ACCT certified zipline course in Indiana. DALC facilities are equipped to provide the logistical support necessary for group programs to run smoothly including lodging options at local B&B’s and Casinos, food options from local merchants and tent camping for Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops. Dagaz Acres welcomes people of all sorts to come and experience a zip line adventure. There are a few minimal abilities that you need to ensure a great time.

Take the following quiz and find out if you’re ready for an outdoor adventure:

ÎÎAre you reasonably fit and in good health? (The zipline course requires walking on unpaved trails with varied inclines, a 15 percent grade at most, similar to climbing a flight of stairs. Maximum weight is 250 pounds for zip lines.) ÎÎDo you have average strength and mobility? (You will be required to control your speed by grasping the zip line cable while wearing leather gloves. You may also need to pull yourself along the cable for a few feet if you lose too much speed before reaching the landing platform. All zip line skills will be taught prior to your actual tour). ÎÎCan you run or walk moderately fast for a few feet? (Some of our ziplines require a little takeoff boost!). ÎÎIs your hearing and eyesight adequate? (Each participant must be able to hear verbal directions and to see a person from at least 60 feet away.) ÎÎDo you weigh between 30 and 250 lbs? (This weight range can generally be safely accommodated by our zipline harnesses. You must also be able to wear a helmet and gloves.) ÎÎIs your waist no larger than 42 inches? (You must be able to comfortably fit into a 42-inch harness at the waist.) ÎÎAre you at least 7 years old and 30 pounds? (We love kids of all ages but safety comes first! Anyone less than 16 years old also must be accompanied by an adult.) ÎÎAre you comfortable with less than ideal weather? (Here in southern Indiana the temperature can hit the mid-90’s with 90 percent humidity.) ÎÎHave you been drinking? (Anyone under the influence of alcohol or any drugs, legal or otherwise, that impairs their ability to safety execute the course safety requirements will not be allowed to participate.) ÎÎAre you pregnant? (If no, welcome; if yes, please come visit us after the joyous event!) ÎÎDo you have any serious health condition? (Contact your doctor if you are unsure about participating in this activity. Dagaz Acres reserves the right to exclude anyone from participation for medical, safety or other reasons deemed not conducive to a safe zipline experience.) For more information call 1-812-594-2727.

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Aurora Public

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SUMMER READING PROGRAMS June and July

2014

Registration Opens May 17th

Reading Programs are available for all ages. Prizes, awards,

events, activities, and more are planned. Find more info at eAPLD.org


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BOOK it! The Aurora and Lawrenceburg public library districts offer summer reading programs for youngsters and adults each summer. ÎÎPRIZES: besides being its own reward, both libraries’ summer reading programs offer material goods as well. ÎÎACTIVITIES: both districts’ main libraries and their branches have fun in store for all ages and interests. ÎÎBUT WAIT - THERE’s MORE: books are not the only items at libraries in the 21st Century Aurora and Lawrenceburg libraries offer audio books, DVDs, eBooks, local history and have special events yearround. Check their websites for more information or to register for their summer reading programs.

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History & Miscellany

Take a trip back in time to when Rising Sun was founded in the Indiana Territory. As part of the city’s bicentennial celebration, historic reenactors will be camped at the field near the Links Golf Course, between High Street (Ind. 56) and Rising Star Drive, next to Rockies Bar & Grill on Industrial Access Road. The living history encampment is 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, May 2, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 3. The Encampment presented by the Society of Northwest Longhunters, Inc. will feature: traditional frontier camp shelter, period clothing, tomahawk throwing, period cooking, personal equipment displays, flintlock rifle and firing demonstrations plus a large variety of period crafts and activities. Also included in the event are the Indiana Territorial Mounted Rangers. The

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ÎÎTicket prices are $20 for ages 13 and up, Dinner Cruise Tickets online or make a check $14 for ages 4 to 12 and free for children 3 and payable to the City of Rising Sun and send it under. Enjoy a wonderful summer afternoon, to: City of Rising Sun, Attn- Clerk Treasurer, P.O. one-hour sightseeing cruise of the Ohio River Box 172, Rising Sun, IN 47040. Seating is limitwith family and friends. Snacks and beverages ed, so make your reservations now! are available on Rising boardSun forBicentenpurchase.The “growth period” will last nine The year-long The “after” photos of the burly beards

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www.queencityshows.com The Tri-State Antique Market will open for its first show of the 2014 season Sunday, May 4 at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds. Billed as“Indiana’s largest antiques and vintage Market,” the event will host nearly 20,000 visitors at a series of six dates held on the first Sunday of each month through October. With an ever changing line-up of between 200 and 250 dealers, each Market date is a true adventure in treasure hunting! ÎÎOver the years, this legendary antique “flea market” has been an important source for shop owners, home decorators, renovators, and collectors. Month after month, the Market’s vendors present a dazzling variety of antique and vintage furnishings, decorative arts, jewelry, historical Americana, architectural and industrial salvage, and pop culture memorabilia. As decorating and collecting tastes change, ven-

dors adapt to offer the trendiest in vintage styles right alongside traditional classic examples. ÎÎ Official Market hours are from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. “Earlybird” shoppers are admitted during vendor set up at 6 a.m. A walk-in $3 admission (over age 17) is charged at all times. Attended pets and children are welcomed. Over half of the Market’s vendors display indoors or under cover, so the event is held “rain or shine.” ÎÎComplete Tri-State Antique Market information, including detailed directions, area accommodations, and photos of past Market finds is available at www.lawrenceburgantiqueshow. com. ÎÎAdditional details are available by phone from Bruce Metzger at 513-738-7256 or from Aaron Metzger at 513-353-4135. ÎÎLater 2014 Market dates include Sundays June 1, July 6, Aug. 3, Sept. 7, and Oct. 5.


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Milan ‘54 - Hoosiers Museum ÎÎ201 W. Carr St,; Open Wednesday - Saturday 10am - 4pm; Sunday Closed ÎÎHOW it started: In early 2000, a committee had been formed to look into the possibility of developing a museum in Milan to house the artifacts and memorabilia of the 1954 Milan Indians Team. A commitment from the Ripley County Tourism Commission to see this idea develop into a tourist attraction, also aided in seeing this project move forward. This core committee formed Milan ’54, Inc., a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization in August 2000. ÎÎThe long-term goal of organization is to develop the overall experience of this event with a permanent museum and develop the town of Milan to recreate the feeling and flavor of the times in 1954.

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TSAF turns 50! ÎÎThe fair started when the John Herron Art Museum & Art School was still in the neighborhood. While the museum and school are long moved to other parts of Indy (and have new names), the fair continues with a group of dedicated volunteers, artists and many others pitching in for its ongoing success. ÎÎWith over 270 artists from across the

nation, this juried art fair continues to be ranked as one of the finest fairs in the country. Talbot Street Art Fair is located between 16th & 20th/Delaware & Pennsylvania streets in Indianapolis’ historic Herron-Morton Neighborhood.This is a family friendly event with plenty to see and do for everyone. ÎÎFREE ADMISSION!


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Take Note: Music & Movies The Harrison Recreation Commission offers family fun all summer!

ÎÎFREE FAMILY MOVIES are every other Friday night in the summer. Movies begin at sunset, behind the garages at the Harrison Community Center, 300 George St. ÎÎBring your family, spread a blanket on the lawn and enjoy a recent rated-G or rated-PG movie release... don’t forget to bring your chairs or blankets. Please NO COOLERS!! Popcorn, sno-cones, water and pizza from Harrison’s LaRosa’s are provided while supplies last. The 2014 movies are: ÎÎJune 13 Monsters University ÎÎJune 27 Frozen ÎÎJuly 11 Despicable Me 2 ÎÎJuly 25 Khumba ÎÎAug 8 Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs 2 ÎÎThis year, we are asking everyone to bring a canned good to donate to the Harrison Mayor’s Fund. Let’s fill the Wagon to the brim! Those who bring a canned good will have their name entered into a drawing for “Special Prize.” ÎÎMark your calendars and we hope to see you at the Harrison Community Center this summer! A FREE night out for the family brought to you by the Harrison Recreation Commission.

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ÎÎThe Harrison Recreation Commission and the Mayor’s Fund have teamed up again to bring you free concerts this summer! ÎÎCome out and help us kick off the summer season in style with an evening of live music, food, drinks and FUN! ÎÎConcerts begin at 7 p.m. on Tuesday nights at the Harrison Community Center. Bring your chair or blanket. ÎÎFood and beverages available for purchase. Please NO COOLERS!! ÎÎ2014 Summer Concert Series ÎÎJune 10 - The Menus ÎÎJune 24 - Naked Karate Girls ÎÎJuly 8 Black Bone Cat ÎÎJuly 22 - Zack Attack ÎÎAugust 5 - The Tuna Project ÎÎConcerts begin at 7 p.m. ÎÎhelp the Harrison Mayor’s Fund by bringing a canned good to donate. Each donation will be entered into a drawing for a “Special Prize”. Help fill the “WAGON”!!

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Whitewater Canal State Historic Site ÎÎThe Metamora Grist Mill is open: Wednesday – Sunday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. (April through November) ÎÎ The Ben Franklin III Canal Boat is open: Wednesday – Sunday, 12 p.m., 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m. (May through October) Dependent on Canal conditions. ÎÎTICKETS: ÎÎAdmission to the Metamora Grist Mill is free! ÎÎVisit the Metamora Grist Mill or the Canal Boat Ticket Office next to the boat dock for tickets to ride the Ben Franklin III. ÎÎAdults $5 ÎÎSeniors* $4 ÎÎChildren* $2 ÎÎStudents $1.50 (15 Group) ÎÎChildren under 3 FREE ÎÎ Indiana State Museum members and members of other State Historic Sites Friends Groups get FREE admission and a 10 percent discount in the gift shop! *Child: ages 3 through 12 *Senior: age 60 and older

More than the MILL, Metamora was platted in 1838 along the Whitewater Canal, which ran would eventually extend from Lawrenceburg on the Ohio River to Hagerstown, Ind. Not long after the canal’s completion, however, the Iron Horse came along, and canals became obsolete. The 14-mile stretch in Franklin County is the only remnant in Southeastern Indiana. A sign in Lawrenceburg marks where the canal used to be in town.

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ÎÎMore than classic cars, there is food, music, and more. ÎÎMore than 150 trophies will be given with registration from 8 a.m. to noon and judging for carstrucks is 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Trophies awarded at 4:30 p.m. ÎÎThe first 250 entries will recieve dash plaques. ÎÎFor more information, Ron Eads 513-284-4939 (cell) or 812-4382626 ext. 1507 (work) om

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The Special Olympics Indiana Ripley Ohio Dearborn is tentatively slated for late August 2014, since three local Special Olympic athletes will be attending the 2014 Special Olympics USA Games in New Jersey this June. So, there’s plenty of time to gather up to 15 friends, raise $500 and pull a 74,000 fire truck.

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Visit Historic Metamora without worrying the 16th President Abraham Lincoln on a relaxing about parking!! Take the Whitewater Valley train excursion through the Whitewater Valley. Mr. Lincoln will be riding along as you travel Railroad’s Valley Flyer instead. ÎÎThe Valley Flyer departs from our Connersville depot at 12:01 pm on every Saturday and Sunday between May 1 and October 31. The Valley Flyer departs Metamora for the return to Connersville at 3:30 pm, arriving at the Connersville Station at 5:00 pm. The round trip fares for this train are $22 for adult and $14 for children, one way fares are $16 for adults and $9 for children. Caboose tickets are available for $25 adult and $16 child. Metamora Excursions will not operate June 20, 21, 22 & 27, 28, 29, 2014 due to a special event. ÎÎOverland Limited - Wild West Train: All Aboard with a western twist. Join the Circle D Rangers as they protect the Metamora bound train every 3rd Saturday May through October (excluding June). and the 3rd Sunday in October. Come and see Bandits, Marshals, Robber Barons,Fancy and some Not So Fancy Women as you roll through the scenic countryside. Trains depart Connersville at 12:01 PM. The round trip fares for this train are $22 for adult and $14 for children, one way fares are $16 for adults and $9 for children. Caboose seating is not available for this train. 2014 Dates: Sat. May 17, Sat. July 19, Sat. Aug. 16, Sat. Sept. 20, Sat. Oct. 18 & Sun. Oct. 19

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ÎÎNational Train Day - The Statesman with Abraham Lincoln - May 10, 2014: President Abraham Lincoln, in July of 1862, signed the Pacific Railroad Bill that put the federal government behind the building of the Transcontinental Railroad project. The Transcontinental Railroad was completed on May 10, 1869. Travel through time on The Statesman as you spend the day with

along remnants of the Whitewater Canal to the historic town of Metamora. Ask the former president questions and have your photos taken to preserve the memories. Listen to Mr. Lincoln as he delivers a memorable speech before the train departs Metamora for the return to Connersville. The roundtrip fares for this train are $22 for adult and $14 for children, one way fares are $15 for adults and $8 for children. Caboose tickets are available for $25 adult and $16 child. ÎÎDay Out with Thomas June 20-22 & June 27-29 2014 homas The Tank Engine will return with more fun and excitement on June 20-22 & June 27-29 2014. Tickets On Sale Now! Purchase online at TicketWeb or by calling TicketWeb at 866-468-7630 ÎÎ A m e r i c a n Limited - July 4: Looking to relive a bit of the Civil War? Come along and take a trip back in time with us. Be in the middle of the action as an Union Army detachment protects the US Government Payroll. While along the line a relentless group of Confederate soldiers, simply known as Morgan’s Raiders, plan and wait. Enjoy a relaxing train ride though the scenic Whitewater Valley, on your way to the historic town of Metamora. Enjoy a two hour layover before your return trip to Connersville. Train departs Connersville at 12:01 PM. The round trip fares for this train are $22 for adult and $14 for children, one way fares are $16 for adults and $9 for children.

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Everything Else ÎÎRelay for Life: The annual American Cancer Society fund-raiser typically held over a 24 hour period June 14-15. At South Dearborn High School, Ind. 350, Aurora. ÎÎDearborn County 4-H & Community Fair: The annual event is June 16-21 at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds, U.S. 50. www.dearborngcountyfair.com ÎÎOhio County 4-H Fair: will be in Thursday, June 19, through Saturday, June 27, at the Ohio County Fairgrounds, Rising Sun. 438-3656. ÎÎSt. Leon Fireman’s Festival: Annual event typically held in early August at the firehouse in St. Leon, off Ind. 1 Fun, food and games. ÎÎRising Sun Regatta: August 16-17 along the banks o the Ohio River. ÎÎVersailles Pumpkin Show, Ripley County Courthouse and environs, Sept. 24-28. ripleycountytourism.com/pumpkin ÎÎ Lawrenceburg Fall Fest: held in late September it features first rate music, food, games rides and more.

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ÎÎMUSIC ON THE RIVER: Downtown Lawrenceburg on East High Street 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. every Thursday; June 5 through Sept. 4. Bring a chair and chill or get up and dance. ÎÎTRI-STATE ANTIQUE MARKET: First Sunday of each month rain or shine at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds, U.S. 50 across from Hollywood Casino entrance. Hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Admission is $3 for folks over 17. ÎÎSOUTHEASTERN INDIANA SHRINE CLUB STEAK DINNER: Third Friday of each month April through November, 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Smoked pork chops, chicken and steak burgers available as well as kid’s dinners. Carry Out is available, call 1-812-432-5753 for more information. ÎÎRIVERTOWN PLAYERS: Community theater group will present Brigadoon July 24-26; Tuesdays with Morrie Oct. 9-11; RTP Chorus Annual Christmas Dinner Show Dec. 5-6. Go to: rivertownplayers.com for information about auditions, performance times/locations and tickets.


October 10th & 11th, 2014 Rising Sun, Indiana

Festival Food • Rides • Parade • Kids Zone Free Live Entertainment • 5k Run/Walk HOMEMADE NAVY BEAN SOUP & CORNBREAD Served on the banks of the Ohio River during the fall foliage

www.NavyBeanFestival.org Celebrating Our Bicentennial • 1814 - 2014

A Story 200 Years In The Making. Rising Sun, Indiana


COMMUNITY CENTER More than just a fitness center.... Programs for all ages all year! Fully Equipped Fitness Center Full Size Gym & Basketball Court State-Of-The-Art Computer Lab Game/Arcade Room Dancing Facilities & more! Oil Painting • Guitar • Computer Classes Photography • Dance Aerobics • Toddler Fitness After School Program & More! LAWRENCEBURG COMMUNITY CENTER

423 Walnut Street • Lawrenceburg, IN • 812.532.3535 www.lawrenceburgcommunitycenter.com


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Friday 6pm - 11pm • Saturday 4pm - 11pm BRIGHT PARADE • 3:00PM SATURDAY! RAFFLES Raffles awarded Sunday at 1:00pm

ACTIVITIES Booths & Games Rides • Bungee Jump FAMILY FUN FOR EVERYONE!

CONTACT 812-637-3473 brightfest@aol.com

LIVE Entertainment FRIDAY NIGHT Pure Grain SATURDAY NIGHT Gen X • After Midnight

FOOD ALL WEEKEND Denny’s Grill • LaRosa’s • Funnel Cakes Soft Serve Ice Cream SATURDAY SPECIAL Chicken Dinner

2014 Events and Adventure Guide  
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