What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 10.18-10.20

Friday, October 18th

Felix and Fingers Dueling Pianos is a high energy, all request sing along show for all ages. This interactive act brings together music and comedy for a night you’ll be laughing about for weeks! From John Lennon to John Legend, Beach Boys to Beastie Boys, Felix and Fingers will play anything. Come ready with your favorite requests and prepare to laugh, sing, and dance with this one of a kind dueling pianos show. Dueling pianos will take place at WaterTower Estates Winery tonight. The wine will be flowing! Food trucks will be cookin’!

Friday, October 18th 6pm-10pm

Advance tickets are $15! Seats are limited!! We may sell tickets at the door for $20, get them before we sell out!

Deming Park-Un-Haunted Happenings- Dog Costume Contest
Day of Registration+$15

More Information call 812-232-0147

The Nobodies are back at Charlie’s Pub and Grub tonight and tomorrow. Bring a coat and prepared to get toasted. Show kicks off at 9pm.

Join Baesler’s Market for their Fall/Halloween themed Cookie Walk! The Cookie Walk will feature a large assortment of bakery-made cookies ready to be hand selected and put in a container. Cookies will be sold by the pound ($6.99/ lb) and you will be able to mix and match your own holiday selection! They make a great gift for office friends, neighbors, shut-ins and are perfect for your holiday parties!

This event will take place at our Terre Haute location with a Cookie Walk happening at our Sullivan location the following week (Oct 26 & 27).

Pfreak Show is BACK! They are performing a two night show this Friday and Saturday, so don’t miss out! The show takes place at Al’s Sports Bar located at Imperial Lanes. Music kicks off at 10pm but come early if you want a table and a front row seat. Drinks will be flowing and the party will be LIT!An eclectic and funky music festival with unique vendors and food options!

First City Music Festival Celebrates the heritage and culture of music, provide a venue for local artists to perform and introduce various types of music to our community. In addition to great music, we strive to provide a venue for awesome vendors with artisan, handmade, or one of a kind goods and services. We also hope to keep the vibe colorful, funky, and family friendly by offering kids activities, yoga, workshops and more! What’s better than live music and delicious food? Our festival features some of the best and most delectable eats around. With help from our restaurant gurus and culinary experts, we select restaurants, food trucks, and tantalizing menus that will satisfy everyone’s taste buds. For those who need a little assistance releasing their inner boogie, adult beverages will be available for purchase. Bring your strings and get ready to pick, party, and play!


Friday Schedule:
Camping Gates Open at Noon
General Admission Gates Open at 2pm

Pre-Show begins 3pm: Jared and Luke
Main Stage begins 5pm – Midnight:
Evan Twitty
Wade Baker Quartet
Dave Parman and Friends
On the One
Joe’s Last Stand

Yoga Garden: Partner Glow Yoga with Bonnie Bowman and Sara Ash

Saturday Schedule:
General Admission Gates Open at 830am

Main Stage begins 10am:
Jordan Wood
The Whispering Willows
Mama Said String Band
The Hammer and The Hatchet
New Old Cavalry
Henhouse Prowlers

Yoga Garden begins 9am:
Breath work and Meditation with Jesse Coomer
Here Comes the Sun Yoga with Bonnie Bowman
Yin Yoga with Sabrina De Vries
Yoga Flow with Lori Kavanaugh
Belly Dancing with Veils of Vincennes Troupe
Rock and Yoga with Jessy Robbins

Beginner’s Fingerpicking Guitar with Evan Twitty
Beginning Guitar Jam-Along with Dave Parman
Family Sing Along with Jared and Luke
Music Workshop with Wade Baker

Kids Activities 12-5

All yoga classes, music workshops, and kids activities are free to ticket holders!! Brings your instruments!! Yoga mats will be available to borrow!

Dylan Raymond will be playing an acoustic set tonight at 8:30pm. Join him at the Poplar Pub for some cold drinks and good times!

Saturday, October 19th

Join Immanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church for their 3rd annual Brat Trot 5K and 5K Beer Challenge!
You wont want to miss the this through Terre Haute’s historic brewing district hosted by the Immanuel Lutheran Church!

The Brat Trot has 2 awesome 5k races (the beer challenge 5k and regular 5k) and a 1 mile fun run for you to choose from!

The main event is the Beer Challenge where participants will run our 1 mile loop course through the brewing district. At each lap you must consume a 4 ounce shot glass of beer and have the volunteer place a check mark on your bib# before continuing on to your next lap. After 3 laps you will then cross the finish line and should have consumed a total of 12 ounces / 1 beer!

The trot kicks off tomorrow at 8am.Please come out and support P.I.N.K this Saturday October 19th at the Vigo County Fair Grounds! Enjoy a car show from 1:00-3:00 and Powder Puff Demolition Derby starting at 4:00pm! If you want to enter its a $12 entry for car show and for the Demo, the entry fee will be $50 for a single rider (with a passenger $100). All entries from car show and from powder puff class will be donated to PINK.

This Saturday is the THPD Hot Pursuit 5K Walk/Run

The run takes place at World Gospel Church at 10am.
Proceeds from the event this year will go to the THPD Moral project for all The THPD Fallen Officers. That will be displayed at the THPD. To date we have had 13 Fallen Officers. We would like to honor all these officers.
Family Friendly Event – Open to the Public.

After receiving 501c3 status over the summer for our sanctuary, Jenkins Forever Farm is holding a fundraiser event, Open Barn.

They’ll have lots of exciting activities for everyone to include:

– Interactions with the animals / pasture tours
– Bandit’s Buddies – pet Alfred the rabbit and Layla the goat
– Kid’s Activities: Bubble City, Start a plant station, and more!
– Yummy Vegan/plant based bake sale
– Chicken Coop Naming Contest
– Pick up your Jenkins Forever Farm gear (t-shirts, car magnets & more)!
– Five Points Ferret Refuge will have adoptable ferrets here to snuggle. ❤️
– Scentsy Independent Consultant, Brittany Swackhamer, will have all sorts of amazing stuff to sell and is Donating 100% of her commissions from the event back to Jenkins Forever Farm! ?
– Freya’s Chariot will have a booth setup with some AMAZING handmade/vegan health and beauty products!

Please come out and enjoy the animals, try some delicious treats, and help support the residents of Jenkins Forever Farm.
Presented by Councillor Blake Johnson with generous support from Jockamo Upper Crust Pizza Irvington!

Join us in kicking off the week-long 73rd Historic Irvington Halloween Festival as we dress up and party at a Mardi Gras inspired Charity Ball Fundraiser!

This year’s ball is bringing the style and revelry of classic New Orleans. As usual this is a formal event, so dusting off your nicest threads is always recommended.

So that no one forgets we’re celebrating HALLOWEEN IN THE IRV, The Graveyard Stompers have agreed to an encore performance.

There will be a cash bar with beer, wine, and classic cocktails.

More details to follow. See you there!


Sunday, October 20th

The cooler season is on it’s way along with the holidays! These slippers will be perfectly cozy for your feet! They also make great gifts! Charm School and Honey B’s Crochet School is hosting a knitting project class to make these slippers.  The class is $30 and takes place this Sunday at 6pm.  If you are interested you can purchase a ticket through eventbrite.

Join Bier Brewery North and Humane Society for Hamilton County for Barks and Boos! This Sunday at 1pm.

•BYOC (Bring your own camping chair)
•Adoptable Dogs (No same day adoptions)
• Pet Friendly Vendors
• Food
• Bier
• Wine
• Costume Contests
• Prizes
• Photo Booth
• Live Music
• Family Friendly
• Doggo friendly, of course!



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