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What To Do This Weekend 9.28-9.30

Oh My GOURD, I love fall! There is nothing better than cooler weather, cozy sweaters, & pumpkin everything.  This weekend we’ve got the Cory Apple Festival happening and Pfreak Show is headlining this Friday night at Bad Apple Saloon. We’ve also got the Art Spaces annual fundraiser to celebrate their many accomplishments happening at the Sycamore Banquet Center. Lastly, if you enjoy writing as much as we do, check out the Writing 101 class hosted by Leah Singer.

Friday, September 28th

Friday September 28th the Teepee Tavern hosted by Matthew James Westerfield will start having Friday Open Mic Night from 8pm to midnight. Stop in for a ice cold beverage, sing a few songs or just sit back and listen to a variety of musicians preform LIVE on the back patio. We’ll have plenty of drink specials for a evening filled with music, drinks and amazing friends. We hope to see everyone out and about for a fun filled evening. Only at the Teepee Tavern, 25th and Hulman, Where Legends Never Die!

This Friday & Saturday in Seymour, Indiana is the Hen & Chicks Barn Market. A country market with over 60 handmade, vintage and boutique vendors. Food, entertainment and fun! Admission is $5 for one day or $7 for the whole weekend. The market takes place Friday from 11am-7pm and Saturday 9am-3pm.Pfreak Show takes the stage at the Bad Apple Saloon on Friday night at 9pm during the Cory Apple Festival.  $5 cover chargeThis Thursday, Friday, Saturday, & Sunday enjoy music, food, and fun at the Honeybee Festival in Paris, Illinois! Friday Chrissy Spark & Battle Creek County perform beginning at 6pm.  Saturday’s line up is full of fun beginning at 12pm.

Big Fun Band 12-1:20pm

Trouble & Company 1:30-2:30pm

Jake Hoults 2:45-4pm

Coon Holler Kids 4:15pm-5:45pm

Frantic Utopia 6-7:15pm

Dirt Dwellers 7:30-8:45pm

Mullet Over 9-10:30pm

 

Saturday, September 29th

It’s that time of the year again where pumpkin patches are all the rage! Piney Acres Farm in Fortville, Indiana is opening up this weekend from 10am-10pm.
They’ve got all the fun activities that have become a tradition for you and your family at Fortville’s Piney Acres Farm including:
– Gem Mine
– Bounce Zone (Double Super Slide & Jump Pad)
– Animal Encounters
– HUGE Play & Explore Area
– Rope Maze
-8 Acre Corn Maze
-Cow Train
-Straw Mountain
-Hayrides
-Tractor Tire Mountain
-ALL of your fall decor need

As well as BRAND NEW features, like:

– Duck Races
-Barnyard Meet, Greet n’ Eats
– Apple Cannon & Slingshot Chuck
– Barnyard Tumbler
– Lemon Shake-ups
-Homemade Fall Treats
– HUGE Menu Upgrades
– Concrete Pedal Cart Track
Located three miles south of Oakwood, Illinois, just off Interstate 74 between Danville and Urbana, the Sleepy Creek Vineyards Art & Music Festival is held annually on the last weekend in September. The Art Fest provides a pastoral and relaxed setting for art, music, and wine lovers to shop for fine crafts, folk art, fine art, and more. The fair includes over 50 artists (some demonstrating their craft), live music and entertainment, tasty food, and wine slushies. A fun, laid back, friendly and entertaining venue, this event draws an eclectic crowd from nearby cities in both Illinois and Indiana. You’ll find great art from funky to traditional, a broad variety of music (folk, bluegrass, Americana, and maybe a didgeridoo or two), and wine! Enjoy the festival this Saturday from 10-6pm and Sunday 11-4pm.Celebrate National Coffee Day on September 29 at Wheel House Donuts They will be offering ANY large specialty coffee & one donut with your choice of toppings for $5 in store.
On Saturday, September 29th, Wasson Nursery in Fishers will host some of the biggest pumpkins in Indiana for our Great Pumpkin Fest! Join them for some fall fun with the Indiana Pumpkin Growers Association’s big pumpkin weigh-in! Previous winners have grown pumpkins that weigh upwards of 1,000 lbs! The Great Pumpkin Fest will take place from 11am-4pm. This is an event for the entire family! Come for the…
-Live Music
-A petting zoo
-Pony Rides
-Bounce House
-Pumpkin Painting
-Face painting
-Fall games and treatsJoin St. George Orthodox Church this Saturday for our annual Mediterranean Festival!
St. George Orthodox Church
1900 South 4th Street
Terre Haute, IN 47802
Saturday, September 29
4:00pm-9:00pm
Enjoy a delicious Mediterranean Platter ($18 in advance; $20 at the door*), partake of yummy desserts and pastries, listen to great Arabic music, have your children play in the bounce house, learn about the Orthodox Faith by taking a church tour and visiting the bookstore!
Food favorites include fried kibby, falafel, meat and spinach pies, baklawa, hummus and pita bread, and grape leaves!

*Tickets (ONLY $18) available by calling the Church Office (812-232-5244) or the following local businesses:

Corey’s Fine Footwear (812-232-2628)
Ellis Law Office (812-234-9000)
Saratoga Restaurant (812-234-1161)

Discounts also available (*at the door) for military, first responders, seniors, and college students!

Visit www.stgeorgeterrehaute.com for more information!Raise your glass and celebrate a fantastic year with Art Spaces at our annual “It Was A Very Good Year” dinner! Join them at the Sycamore Banquet Center, 550 Chestnut St., September 29th at 5:30pm for an auction and cocktails at the cash bar and dinner at 6:30pm. This is a ticketed event; please purchase your tickets now online at www.wabashvalleyartspaces.com or over the phone at 812-235-2801. $80/person, $600/table

Parking is available on Chestnut Street between 4th and 5th Streets. Parking guides will be available on site to assist guests as they arrive.

MENU
A sampling of wines, introduced by a celebrity sommelier, will accompany each course.
1ST COURSE
Wild Mushroom Truffle Cappuccino
with Pumpernickel Biscotti
2ND COURSE
Hoisin Glazed Duck Confit Bahn Mi Bun
with Pickled Vegetables
VEGETARIAN OPTION: Shredded Jackfruit Bahn Mi Bun
with Pickled Vegetables
3RD COURSE
Marinated Grilled Flank Steak Rose
with Blistered Grape Tomatoes
over Horseradish Dauphinoise Potatoes
with Roasted Mushrooms and Mixed Squash
VEGETARIAN OPTION: Vegan Curry Tofu Wellington
with Truffle Mashed Potatoes, Red Zin Reduction
and Seasonal Greens
4TH COURSE
Dark Chocolate Cake with Marcona Almonds, Chocolate Bacon Crunch and Toasted Hazelnut Mascarpone
VEGETARIAN OPTION for this dish excludes BaconLive from the Velvet Room at the Terre Haute Brewing Company, The MacDaddys! They will be playing this Saturday from 9pm-12am and they put on a great show!Yoga + Beer is back at the Terre Haute Brewing Company this Saturday!
11am-12pm
(Doors open at 10:30).
No preregistration necessary
$10 per person.
Bring a friend and a mat!This Saturday at Water Tower Estates, enjoy the music stylings of Morgan Taylor.  She will be playing from 6-9pm.

 

Sunday, September 30th

Have you always thought about writing, but don’t know how to start? Do you have ideas for stories or personal narratives you want to capture on the page? Whether you want to write personal narratives, record your family history, or write a work of fiction, this two-part course will help you take the ideas you’ve been thinking up and put them down on paper.

In the first class: Writing 101 hosted by Leah Singer, we will talk about how to start the process of writing. Students will leave with a focus, tools to help them write, and an assignment for the next session. In the second class, participants will have an opportunity to share their written work in a workshop environment. We will discuss writing problems and obstacles, and talk about a plan for continuing to develop your writing project.

This is a two-day workshop. You will register for either: Wed., August 29 and Thurs., Sept. 13, 6 – 8 p.m. OR Sundays, Sept. 9 and Sept. 30, 2 – 4 p.m.

There are no refunds or split fees if you cannot attend one of the workshop dates.Spend the afternoon at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods for Fall Farm Day at the Woods. Join them from 1-4pm for a fun family day filled with alpacas, hayrides, children’s activities, fiber demos (felting, spinning, weaving and knitting), farm and 4H demonstrations, videos and more. Learn about the history of farming at the Woods from 1840 to today, which has included dairy cows, a bakery and cannery, chickens, gardens and alpacas. Learn also why it’s important for all of us to care for creation. Snacks and refreshments available.

Admission is free. Donations are appreciated.

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