What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 10.11-10.13

Friday, October 11th

2019 Dancing with the Terre Haute Stars is this Friday, October 11th. The fundraiser for Chances and Services for Youth takes place at Rose-Hulman.
Doors Open @ 5:30
Dinner is served at 7pm
Dancing starts at 8pm
The MacDaddy’s immediately follow
Our very own Melissa Doti will be dancing the FOXTROT! If you want to support her or vote for other dancers, make a donation HERE.
The Mansfield Village celebration of the Covered Bridge Festival is unlike anywhere else in the county. Festival hours are 8 am until 5 pm from October 11th through the 20th. — As hundreds of thousands of visitors gather in October every year in Parke County, Indiana, the Mansfield Covered Bridge stands out as one of the most visited. Built in 1867, this bridge is 247 feet long and was built by J. J. Daniels to cross Big Raccoon Creek. It is an icon that continues to remind us of a simpler time. The majestic Mansfield Covered Bridge is at the center of activity during the festival in this historic village located in the southern part of Parke County. — Just up the creek, stands the 1920’s Mansfield Roller Mill still in operation today. — Throughout the town you will find: Mansfield Village Welcome Center – the hub for visitor information; Free trolley rides from Hilltop Farm parking lots across SR 59; The best strawberry shortcake in Parke County at Fox’s Overlook Kitchen downtown; Plus attractions at 2 Hilltop Farm locations! — Visit Mansfield Village… See what makes us the largest attraction during the Covered Bridge Festival — Festival hours are 8 am until 5 pm from October 11th through the 20th.
Welcome to INDIANA’S LARGEST FESTIVAL! This countywide festival, goes from October 11-20, 2019.

Headquartered on the courthouse lawn in Rockville, Indiana, since 1957, you will find food, crafters, vendors and more open daily from 9 am to 6pm.
The festival continues throughout the county and each location offers something different.
• Bridgeton offers a wide array of crafters and vendors, a gristmill, the 1878 House, Case Log Cabin, and 1925 school house.
• The Historic Mansfield Roller Mill, Mansfield Bridge, Mansfield Civic Center and hundreds of vendors and crafters are open daily in Mansfield Village.
• Montezuma is home to the “Hog Roast” with many activities scheduled daily.
• Mecca has a large tent of handmade items for your purchasing. The tent is located at the Mecca Bridge alongside the One Room Schoolhouse.
• The Florida Civic Center in Rosedale provides items for your browsing and purchasing. This is a great location to find the treasure you might not find anywhere else.
• Tangier Community serves that “world famous” buried beef that is a delicacy of the festival.
• Bloomingdale, a Quaker Community, prepares Homemade Apple Butter at the Friends Church.
• Many other roads throughout the county will take you to places that have crafters, vendors and activities during these 10 days.

Purchase Bus tour tickets at: coveredbridgebustours.com
ISU Homecoming 2019 Pre Party at Sonka Irish Pub
Join them for Fun Times Friday Night
Fun and Games, Live Music by David Goodier,
And of Course they will have a beer wagon.
Party starts at 5pm
Ages 21 and up
Weather permitting
All things fall at The Sycamore Winery/Big Leaf Brewing on Friday, October 11 with live music from The Whiskey Drifters, fall inspired drinks, bonfires, free hayrides and food from Shewdog’s BBQ and Catering, LLC and Boos Crossroads Cafe & Corner Grind.

– Live music on the patio and food from 5:30-9:30pm
– Free hayrides from 6-8pm (or until dark)
– Fall-inspired drink station outside (drink menu will be shared closer to event date, but think spiked Milk Stout hot cocoa, caramel apple cider, return of our apple pie wine and more )
– Bonfires will be lit and are shareable for all. There will be no private bonfire rentals that evening.

This event is FREE and open for all ages.
Join the Red Room Cakery this Friday from 8-11 and help out a great local organization, the FSA Counseling Center. Enjoy a Bodacious Breakfast Benefit!

Two of this years Culinary Queens, Beth Speer and Maja Alic Austin would love your support to help raise some support for this fantastic organization.

Beth will be offering biscuits and sausage gravy with home-style potatoes on the side for a smooth $8. $2 of that will be donated directly to the cause.

Maja, owner of Little Bear Coffee Co. will be in-house with us serving up different flavored coffees for $3 and iced lattes for $5, with a $1 from each sale going towards the cause.
The Rhythm Relics will be playing at Charlie’s Pub and Grub this Friday night. Catch them live in the beer garden starting at 8pm.

Saturday, October 12th

The 2019 Blue and White Homecoming Parade will begin at 9th and Cherry streets in downtown Terre Haute. The parade begins at 9am and will run west on Wabash Avenue to 5th Street and will end at the intersection of 5th and Chestnut streets.
After the Blue and White Parade, head to Memorial Stadium for Tent City and the football game. Here are some details you will need to know for your Saturday at Memorial Stadium. Relocating Tent City inside Memorial Stadium will provide a family-friendly environment and an opportunity to mingle with alumni and friends throughout the game. Your game ticket provides access to Tent City. The Sycamore Football game is sure to be the highlight of the weekend. After a successful 2018 season, MVFC Coach of the Year, Curt Mallory led the team to a 7-4 finish that ranked our program #22 nationally. Indiana State will host MVC rival Western Illinois; kick-off is scheduled for 1:00 p.m. 
Come see Charlie’s Pub and Grub on The Walk at the old Terminal parking lot. They will be out there bright and early with breakfast and all your favorite dranks, Terre Haute’s Best DJ, Mr. Wizvrd and his friends will be throwing down the entertainment all day for you. Oh, and we’ve invited Chef Jamie to join us from The Red Room Cakery to slang elite treats from their shop.
Breakfast Sandwiches
Bloody Mary’s
Jello Shots
Coors Lt, Angry Orchard, Gumballhead drafts
White Claws
Alcoholic Confections
Get in the Fall spirit with hand dipped caramel apples! Baesler’s Market is continuing their 125th anniversary celebration this weekend! They will be hand dipping caramel apples with gourmet caramel at BOTH locations this Saturday. There will be toppings like chopped nuts, sprinkles and m&ms. Apples will be $3 each.
Join Frequency for an ISU Homecoming show at the iconic Ballyhoo Tavern. As usual, they’ll be rocking out a wide mix of pop, rock, and new country. Come early and stay late! Take it easy this year and camp out at Ballyhoo with us this year, then crawl home.
Come one, come all, and enjoy an evening of good food, good drinks, and good old fashioned rock n roll at Charlie’s Pub and Grub with Pit Fall Harry as they celebrate ISU homecoming 2019!

As long as the weather is good, the festivities will take place in the beer garden under the stars, so kiss your local weatherman and do your no rain dances to keep the party outside. If not, they’ll rock it indoors just the same.

Sunday, October 13th

Please join J’s Bikes at Sportland Park (615 S 10th St, Clinton, IN 47842) at 12:00 PM on Sunday, October 13th for their last social ride of the year. This will be a social no drop road ride. This ride will take you through the scenic country roads of Clinton, Indiana.

There will be two stops: The Sycamore Winery and TJ Haase Winery. You do not have to stop with the group or purchase anything to eat or drink. Feel free to download the route at: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27973464. The route is 25 miles long and we will stay together as a group. If it is raining, we will post on the event page if the ride is canceled.

Please bring your ID, bike nutrition, bike tools, and cash for the two pit stops. If you have any questions, please message J’s Bikes.



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