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What To Do This Week 7.2.20-7.8.20

Thursday, July 2nd

Are you annoyed by summertime insects? They really bug us, too! Join District 6 Market for their next potting party on July 2, when we will make “Don’t bug me planters,” containing plants known to have insect repelling properties. At the end of class, participants will take their planter home to enjoy summertime porch-sitting with less pests!

Little Bear Coffee Company will be set up to sell their delicious drinks & tasty treats!

Each class size is limited to 20 participants (1 person/ticket) & the cost is $35. Tickets must be purchased prior to the class & are available at www.district6market.com

Class 1 is from 6:00-7:00 PM.
Class 2 is from 7:30-8:30 PM.

The $35 fee for this hands-on workshop includes: planter, mulch, soil, plants, and instruction. We hope to see you July 2!

Friday, July 3rd

2020 Covington 4th of July Celebration is Thursday, July 2 – Saturday, July 4 — sponsored by the City of Covington & Covington Community Foundation.

FOOD VENDORS
•Fire Dept. Food Tent
•Applewood Foods
•Suzi Q Concessions
•Piato’s
• Callahan Ventures

Thursday, July 2nd
6:30-10:00 PM
BOOE & THE BOBZ
Featuring local talent Debbie Booe Smith, Craig Minnette, Tim Parke, Phil Summers, & Neil Latoz.

Friday, July 3rd
6:30 -10:00 PM
AMERICAN PIE
from Champaign, Illinois

Saturday, July 4th
2:00 PM
Annual 4th of July Parade

2:30-5:30 PM
Joyful Bubbles

3:00 – 6:00 PM
TREY HUGHES

7:00-10:00 PM
ENDLESS SUMMER BAND
from Indianapolis, Indiana

10:15 PM
Fireworks Show

The Fanatics will be playing at the Verve this Friday at 10pm.

1st Annual Freedom Fest at Lark Ranch Loogootee

Come celebrate summer with Live Music, Fair Food, and brand new Amusement Rides at Lark Ranch Loogootee.

Tickets can be purchased at the gate or online: https://larkranch.com/tickets-1!

Admission is only $15 and includes unlimited rides, farm animals and live music. All guests over the age of 4 are required a ticket, children ages 4 and under are free!! We will also have yummy fair food available to enjoy during your visit to the Freedom Festival!

Music lineup is:
July 3rd – Guilty as Charged (Classic Rock)
July 4th – Clayton Anderson (Country)
July 10th – A Brave New Wave (Classic Rock)
July 11th – The Jones Gang (Classic Rock)
July 17th – Cody Ikerd & the Sidewinders (Country)
July 18th – Rokk (Classic Rock)

A fireworks display will be presented on July 4th, and potentially July 3rd.

Book your tickets today to ensure your spot! Please help spread the word, as we are working tirelessly to ensure a fun and safe event for all. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Purchase your tickets here: https://larkranch.com/tickets-1

Jeff Randall and The Cohorts will be live at Charlies beer garden this Friday at 8pm.

Great music, food and FIREWORKS at Turtle Run!

*Tom Glassman, Paige Beulin & Jill Greenlee @ 6PM
*Balloon Launch 6:30-7:30 (weather permitting)
*Nashville Recording Artist – Bobby McClendon at 8:30PM
***********FIREWORKS at dusk!************

Food available for purchase – Burgers, hot dogs, french fries, and much much more!!

Zeke’s Eats – Donuts, donuts, donuts!!

Free entry before 3pm.. After 3pm $5 walk-up and $10 per car.

DJ Dance Party 11 till 2am!!

Brazil Rotary Celebration at Forest Park

Friday, July 3rd
12:00pm – 5:00pm-1st Rotary Golf Outing
5:00pm-10:00pm   Vendors Open
7:00pm – 10:00pm-Endless Summer Band (Variety)

 

Saturday, July 4th

Join us for the Terre Haute Farmers Market Summer 2020 Outdoor Season! Come see us in the parking lot of The Meadows – Terre Haute from 8:00 – noon every Saturday!

We’ll celebrate Independence Day with live music from Ken Tucker, plus the arrival of some of your favorite summer veggies!

Please be aware that we are taking additional precautions to keep our members and guests safe, so please see our supporting posts for more information.

There’s never been a better time to shop local and support your neighbors, so be sure to visit us for farm fresh meat and eggs, locally grown produce, honey, jams and jellies, breads and baked goods, vegetable and flowering plants, herbs (fresh and dried), handcrafted lotions, soaps, and bath products, sauces and seasonings, gut-friendly fermented foods, artisan crafts, textiles, and more!Wabash Valley Road Runners will host its annual race “The Mile” LIVE on Saturday, July 4th at Memorial Stadium, with modifications due to COVID-19. For more details about event modifications visit the club website at wvrr.org.

The Mile takes place on the 4th of July and includes a patriotic theme. It is the longest one mile event in the state of Indiana. A community based event, the race supports LACE IT UP! Kids Running Program – WVRR. A FREE running program offered to all children in the Wabash Valley.

There will be no race-day registration option. Mail-in entries must be postmarked by Monday, June 22. Online registration ends on June 25th at 11:59 p.m. Packets and shirts can be picked up at Pacesetter Sports Friday, July 3. Sorry, but no refunds if The Mile is cancelled

Brazil Rotary Celebration at Forest Park

Saturday, July 4th
12:00pm – 10:00pm  Vendors Open
2:00pm – 5:00pm-Trigger Head (Variety of Rock & Country)
5:00pm – 6:00pm-John Thomas Memorial Sack Races
5pm-ages 7 and under; 5:15 ages 9 and under; 5:30 ages 11 and under; 5:45 ages 13 and under; 6:00 age 15 and under
​Cash prizes for all entrants
7:00pm – 9:45pm-The Big Fun Band (Variety)        
10:05pm-Gala Fireworks Show

The Nobodies will be playing live at Charlie’s beer garden Saturday at 8pm.Raccoon Lake Fireworks!!!

Sponsors met on June 1st and have decided to proceed with the 2020 fireworks display at Raccoon State Recreation Area. The fireworks are scheduled for Saturday July 4th at dusk. This is the current date established for the beginning of Stage 5 for Governor Holcomb’s Indiana Back on Track initiative. It is highly recommended that all visitors and attendees adhere to social distancing guidelines. Those 65 and over with high risk medical conditions should remain cautious and consider the risk associated with gatherings of larger crowds. We will reevaluate this decision should there be any changes that extend the restrictions on public gatherings or changes in guidance provided through the CDC. All those visiting should plan to have products available to them and their family members for protections as desired; including hand sanitizer and masks.

We are looking forward to providing our community and visitors with a spectacular show. The fireworks funding primarily comes from donations collected at the main gate prior to the show and a generous contribution annually from the Raccoon Lake/Union Township Homeowners Association. In 2019, our revenue during collections was nearly 35% below years past collections. We would highly encourage those that attend by boat, enjoy from the dam, or from private docks and seawalls to help join in on funding the next big show. Message us and we can provide you details on how to make a donation or you can do so online via PayPal at info@bellmorefire.com If you donate through PayPal, please provide us a memo that the donation is for the fireworks fund.Sullivan County Park and Lake are hosting a Fireworks Over the Lake Freedom Festival. Music from 8:00-11:30 pm with a break for fireworks around dark!

Sunday, July 5th

Brazil Rotary Celebration at Forest Park

Sunday, July 5th
11:00am – 11:30am-Worship Services (Rob Dispennett)    
12:00pm – 9:00pm-Vendors Open
1:00pm – 3:00pm-Morris Mott Faith Band (Christian Country Music)  
5:00pm – 6:30pm-The Van-Dell’s (Nation’s #1 Rock N Roll Oldies Review)
8:00pm – 9:00pm-Brazil Concert Band (Patriotic Music)                                    
9:00pm-Drawing for our $10,000 raffle prize winner! (Indiana gaming license # is 012193)

Monday, July 6th

Our world is filled with inspiring, fun, and useful structures. Go loopy with roller coasters, create a lander, and amaze with an “out-of-balance” sculpture.

Museum in the Park is a series of two-hour science sessions for kids going into 1st – 6th grades and held at various local parks. The day will be from 9:30 – 11:30 or 1 – 3:00, limited to 12 children each at Hawthorn Park. There will be four topics throughout the summer: Motion, Bugs, Messy Science, and Build. Your child will want to attend ALL FOUR!

Live Trivia RETURNS on Monday, June 15 at 7:00 PM at Charlie’s Pub and Grub, 1608 Crawford Street, Terre Haute, IN 47807.

Get ready, because #indianatrivia and #challengeentertainment returns with a bang with #livetrivia nights and the $100,000 #nationaltrivialeague. Simply be part of our top 5 teams at Charlie’s Neighborhood Pub and Grub and you’ll be invited to our National Trivia League playoff rounds.

Reminder, please be patient as COVID-19 will limit seating. It is highly recommended that you make a reservation for Live Trivia events.

June 15, June 22, June 29 – 75% Capacity
July 6 – 100% Capacity

Unable to play in person due to COVID-19? You CAN still play ONLINE! That’s right, our games will continue online temporarily. The winner of the online game will take home the temporary “third place gift card.” First and second place gift cards will be presented to the in-house teams. Simply come in at any point on the day of Live Trivia, make a purchase at Charlie’s Neighborhood Pub and Grub, then post a copy of your receipt to Indiana Trivia FB messenger and you’re in!

Due to social distancing standards, our games will be entirely hands free. Teams will be welcome to use our scoresheet, however, pens/pencils and answer slips will not be provided. Answers will be communicated via cell phone or electronic device the final 20 seconds of each song. Hosts will provide new rules for gameplay on Live Trivia nights.

-M.