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What To Do This Weekend 10.4-10.6

Friday, October 4th

Following a successful inaugural gathering, the Post. Festival is back for year two with a grander scope and eyes set on establishing the finest assemblage of niche rock artists to take place on American soil. Following the examples set by like-minded European events, the Post. Festival is as much about community and respect and support as it is about music and culture. It is a celebration both for fans and artists, an opportunity to come together and revel in a scene that has built itself from within to the point of global presence, without the aid of commercial status. Some of the most exceptional and creative musicians work within the realms of “post”-adjacent genres, and it is this festival’s goal to bring as many of them as possible together for one weekend to give them the opportunity to show out and share their work with a wildly dedicated fan base. 2019’s event shines a bright light on some of America’s greatest “post” artists and includes the first of hopefully many more appearances by international acts, with one band making the journey all the way from Chile. Taking place Friday and Saturday, October 4th and 5th at the Irving Theater in Indianapolis, the lineup features O’Brother, The End of the Ocean, Spotlights, HOLY FAWN, RANGES, Lowercase Noises, Hotel Neon, The Life and Times, Pray For Sound, Shy, Low, Au Revoir, Moira, I/O, SOM, Wander, Driving Slow Motion, Girih, Baikonur, Circus Trees and Doktra.

Celebrate the final First Friday of the year with Harvest in the Haute! Enjoy fall weather, a pumpkin truck, vendors from the Terre Haute Farmers Market and more! Grab your pumpkin spice latte, wrap up in a scarf and come downtown! First Friday takes place tomorrow downtown from 5-9pm.

Join the Clabber Girl Bake Shop this Friday, October 4th for their Chef’s Night at Clabber Girl event, featuring Asian Cuisine. Stop in anytime between 6-8pm. No reservation needed. Live Music! Cash Bar Available.

Asian Cuisine

Entrees
Soba Noodle Salad w/ Miso Vinaigrette 14
Chilled soba noodles with radicchio, carrot, and cucumber tossed in a ginger miso vinaigrette

Chinese 5-Spice Chicken Wings 15
Soy glazed chicken wings with Chinese 5-spice served on a bed of sesame slaw

Laab (Thai Pork Salad) 14
Thai-style salad of minced pork tossed with fresh herbs and a sweet and spicy vinaigrette; served on a bed of mixed greens

Pho 16
Vietnamese style noodle soup with thinly sliced flank steak, shitake mushrooms, bean sprouts, and mixed fresh herbs

Kimchi Omelet 14
Three-egg omelet with kimchi, scallions, bean sprouts, and sriracha mayo

Shrimp & Noodle Salad w/ Peanut Sauce 16
Chilled sesame noodles topped with spicy shrimp and drizzled with a house-made peanut sauce

Sides
Szechuan Eggplant w/ Garlic Sauce 6
Chinese eggplant braised in a Szechuan garlic sauce

Sweet & Sour Braised Brussel Sprouts 5
Brussel sprouts with a sweet and sour sticky glaze

Miso Sweet Potatoes 5
Oven roasted sweet potatoes drizzled with a ginger miso butter

Sesame Slaw 5
Shredded cabbage and radicchio marinated in a sesame dressing

Desserts
Coconut Mochi Cake w/ Mango Curd 7
A rich cake made with coconut milk and sweet rice flour; topped with house made mango curd

Ginger Doughnuts w/ Sesame Glaze 7
Baked pear and ginger doughnuts topped with a sesame-maple glaze

Dave Goodier will be playing live at Charlie’s Pub & Grub this Friday Evening. Check him out at 8pm in the beer garden!

Get your wild costumes ready — ZooBoo presented by Central Indiana Honda Dealers returns this October with spooktacular activities, amazing animals & pumpkins galore!

They’ve expanded our beloved Halloween event with even more magical hours — from 2-7pm Thursdays & Sundays and 2-9pm on Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 3-6, 10-13, 17-20, 24-27.

The Bicentennial Pavilion is home to Pumpkin Town presented by Macy’s, a whimsical village with adorable cats and fancy rats, a friendly witch and a crafty pumpkin school where fun is in session! Thrills and fun are hiding around every corner inside the Candy Corn Factory Mirror Maze. Guests can also visit not-so-scary creatures in Jack’s Barn presented by State Farm and the black cats being fostered in Bewitching Bites by our friendly witch. Through the Zoo’s partnership with IndyHumane, guests can learn about adopting these adorable animals after Halloween. And, don’t forget to explore the friendly witch’s carnivorous plant, hat and magic wand collections! Little witches and goblins can make a craft at the Pumpkin School. Plus, the dance party is always going with Halloween hits from Patch Radio and the fall favorite, Pumpkin Bowling!

There’s more Halloween fun to discover throughout the Zoo! Kids can take a fun dash down Broomstick Alley and go for a spin on the Round-Go-Merry — the carousel that moves in reverse.

Youngsters are encouraged to wear their favorite costumes and bring a reusable goodie bag to collect treats at five stations around the Zoo. Adults can dress up as well, though masks are only permitted for children age 12 and under.

Even the animals get into the spirit of the season with extra animal keeper chats, Halloween-themed enrichment and special activities.

ZooBoo is free for Zoo members and included with regular admission.

Find more details on our website: https://www.indianapoliszoo.com/events/zooboo/

21+

Terre Haute Brewing Company
$10 advance / $12 day of show
Doors 9pm / 2 sets at 10pm and 11:30pm

Fool House is THE ULTIMATE 90’s DANCE PARTY! Prepare to go back to the golden era of boy bands, pop stars, hip hop, and pop punk.

Nonstop sing alongs, party throwbacks and choreographed dance moves is what this show is all about! Come prepared to sing your heart out and dance all night long!

www.FoolHouseBand.com

The Randy’s will be performing at the Poplar Pub this Friday evening. Come join the fun and try out some new menu items, music starts at 9pm.

Saturday, October 5th

Dancing with the Terre Haute Stars is getting their groove on to raise money for CASY, Chances and Services for Youth! CASY is a wonderful program in the Wabash Valley that helps out our local children. One of this year’s stars happens to be part of The Stork Stop family— our sister; MELISSA DOTI!

Let’s help her raise some money for a good cause this Saturday, September 5th. 15% of total sales will go directly to CASY through Melissa’s fundraising.

You’ll also be able to donate directly to Melissa.

Every participant will receive an entry to win a $50.00 gift card to The Stork Stop. Every additional $5 donation will earn additional entries in the card drawing!

If you can’t make it feel free to donate to Melissa at the link below

http://casyonline.org/stars/

Willow Gift & Home is hosting their 7th Annual Celebration of local talent. Art in the Garden will take place this Saturday from 10am-5pm.
Visit with local artists and purchase their original works.
This year’s artists include: (and more!)
Lena Bandy
Michael Gaines
Julie Hickman
Mark Thompson
Aaron Warner
Artists will be set up in the shop (and outside doing demonstrations – weather permitting) from 10am-5pm.

Come and help Baesler’s Market kick off their 125th Birthday Celebration! They will have food with Boar’s Head & Pepsi Cola Refreshment Services, games with the Vigo County Public Library & Pepsi Cola Refreshment Services, alpacas from the White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, giveaways, raffles, samples + more!!  The event takes place this Saturday from 11am-3pm.
Rose Hulman Homecoming is this Saturday! Tailgate outside the field and enjoy live music by Big Fun Band at 12pm.

Come celebrate the end of another great Farmers Market season on Saturday, October 5th from 8:00 – noon in the parking lot at The Meadows – Terre Haute!

You’ll be able to shop for fresh, local produce, farm fresh meats and eggs, local honey and maple syrup, dried herbs and seasoning blends, homemade jams and jellies, handmade soaps and bath products, baked goods of every variety, gut-friendly fermented foods and kombucha, live plants and cut flowers, Doat Witty’s BBQ, Rex Coffee, and artisan crafts like wreaths, jewelry, textiles, re-purposed antiques, and candles – all with grass beneath your feet!

Live music will be provided by David Goodier with a special appearance by the Terre Haute Children’s Choir, so bring your dancing shoes and your big shopping bag!

Happy Fall Y’all!! Its time to Celebrate everything Fall! Its time for Fire pits, sweater weather, and everything pumpkin spice! Not to mention the celebration of this years grape harvest! Water Tower Estates Winery is hosting a Harvest Fall Event!

They will have Music, Craft vendors selling a variety of goods, (Vendors will be updated) and food trucks! The Fire pits will be on, and several Fall themed drinks!

Music 3-6pm – David Goodier
6-9pm – Belmore follow @belmoremusic

Food: Joe’s Garage

Join The Stork Stop, from 11am- 12:30pm for a Pop Up Essential Oils class! Learn how to use Young Living essential oils safely around babies and small children, shop around The Stork Stop’s adorable baby boutique, and take home a small gift. All purchases during the event will receive a raffle ticket for our Baby Basket Giveaway!!

Join CANDLES for the next “Be the Change” event.

The Rohingya, natives of Rakhine State in Myanmar, have been the frequent target of genocidal violence by multiple regimes in Myanmar. The most recent and ongoing round of violence has displaced over 700,000 Rohingya into neighboring Bangladesh and around the world. Yasmin Ullah will recount her experiences fleeing one of the many attacks on the Rohingya by Myanmar’s government and her journey to becoming an activist for her people, raising awareness for those still facing persecution, and the difficulties surrounding the return to Myanmar.

Yasmin Ullah is a Rohingya social justice activist born in Northern Rakhine state of Myanmar during a time when genocide was brewing in the region. She fled to Thailand in 1995 along with her parents and remained a stateless refugee in Thailand until 2011. She currently serves as the President of the Rohingya Human Rights Network, a non-profit group led by activists across Canada in advocacy and raising public awareness of the Rohingya genocide. Yasmin is also a research coordinator at Free Rohingya Coalition, which is a global network of Rohingya activists and friends of Rohingyas who share common concerns about Myanmar’s ongoing genocide and the need for Rohingya genocide survivors to play an active role in seeking a viable future.

Yasmin is currently completing her undergraduate degree in political science. Additionally, Yasmin is actively involved in creating more accessible mosques and places of spirituality to those with special needs through her work in co-directing HAMDA (Helping All Muslims with Different Abilities).

Admission is free and open to the public. This event is made possible in part by the Florence and Laurence Spungen Family Foundation.

“Be the Change” is CANDLES’ award-winning film and speaker series that features stories of personal courage, resistance, and heroism.

CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center
1532 South Third Street
Terre Haute, IN 47802
812.234.7881
www.candlesholocaustmuseum.org

Can’t attend this event? Be sure to join via live stream from the CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center Facebook page.

Join Metazoa Brewing Company for the second annual Indy Pet Parade & Fall Festival. Attendees are invited to walk in the pet parade through Fletcher Place neighborhood followed by a party at Metazoa Brewing Co. that will feature live music, food trucks, local vendors & more! Attendees must be 21+ to enter.

The Fall Festival band line-up consists of local and indie favorites including Joshua Powell and the Great Train Robbery, Bigfoot Yancey, Carmichael, and Hadley Kennary & Deau Eyes.

Union Jack Pub Broad Ripple is excited to present the 7th Annual Pumpkin, Cider & Fall Beer Fest–the only event of its kind in all of Indiana with an exclusive focus on Pumpkin, Cider, and Fall beers from all over the U.S. The 2019 event will take place on Saturday, Oct. 5th from 1:30pm – 6pm. The event will again be hosted at the popular and convenient Opti-Park in Broad Ripple.

Back by popular request this year–UNLIMITED POURS of all beer and cider during the event!

More than 80 unique pumpkin, cider, and fall beers will be on deck for this year’s event. There will again be a VIP option for attendees to enjoy an extra hour of drinking, shorter lines, and access to some truly exclusive and special VIP pumpkin beers!). Examples of VIP Beer: Avery Rumkin, Southern Tier Pumking Variant, and more!

Bend, stretch and move at an outdoor yoga class on the grass lawn by the piggie pasture, then enjoy a cupcake to celebrate the birthday of piggie siblings Rex and Scarlett. After the sweet treat we will do a farm tour and meet and greet with some of our farm family. Classes are for all levels of yoga. We will have an adult session and a kids group!

Don’t forget your yoga mat and water!

Instructions to register:
In order to get the full amount of donations (without having fees taken out), we are not utilizing a ticketing system. Please make a donation in the amount of your ticket price(s). You will then be redirected to a form to complete your registration. Please fill out the form immediately after donating so we can pair the donations with your registration!

Piano Rob, Jackie Gibson, Big Love and Dave Stimler are getting together this Saturday at Poplar Pub. All former Mac Daddy’s and all crazy gifted, charming, good looking and modest.

Sunday, October 6th

Modern Charm is hosting a Fundamentals Class this Sunday. In the Fundamentals Class you will learn the very basics of crochet and how to get started! Perfect for those looking to learn a new hobby!

Have you always wanted to learn to crochet but never held a hook? Have you ever confused knitting for crochet? Do you know absolutely nothing about crochet but have the desire to be a part of a centuries old tradition? Do you have no idea where to even start? Then the Fundamentals Class is for you! What you’ll learn: The very basics (but important!): – How to properly hold a hook & yarn – How to make a chain, turn your work and begin new rows – Single Crochet Stitch What you’ll receive:- Hands on, step by step instructions led by me, Betsy!- Yarn to use for in class and to practice at home!- Hook to keep and use for future projects!- Printed out tips and tricks! This class takes place from 6-8pm and tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite.

This Sunday is the 31st Annual Old Fashion Day at Collett Park. Help them celebrate with wonderful food, crafts, live music, a car show, hayrides, and free ham and beans!

-M.

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