It sure doesn’t look or feel like Spring outside, but that won’t stop us from enjoying some local events this weekend.
Friday, April 23rd
Friday, April 23
4-8 pm Eastern
$10 per person
Eat in the Streets is back! Dine outside with downtown restaurants on Wabash Ave.
- Federal Coffee + Fine Foods
- Tacos & Tequila
- Roly Poly
- Scouts Pizzeria
Saturday, April 24th
Saturday, April 24
9 am – 4 pm Eastern
$5 per person at the gate
GRAND OPENING of Sons’ Spice Co is this Saturday, April 24th!
Hours are 11 am – 7 pm
2170 N. 13th Street, Unit 104
Terre Haute, IN
For the first hour, they will will be giving away FREE coffee as a way to say thanks and celebrate! EVERY HOUR they will be drawing a winner for free merch, spices, tea, and coffee.
April 24th, 2021 – Hours 1-7
Premier Ladies Night Event Is Coming to Terre Haute on Saturday April 24th! Girls Night Out at ZimMarss. Showbar. Limited Tickets On Sale NOW! Open to Ages 21+ Doors open at 7pm
Tickets will be 20.00 each.
Since Covid-19 happened, if you only want to sit with people you know, we are going to have a whole table to be reserved. Cost for that will be $180.00 by calling the winery or 185.40 if you purchase online. Other wise tickets will be $20.00 per person if bought from winery or $21 if bought from online link and seating will be open but limited.
*table reservation – we will pick your table, and put your reserved sign on it. Can not guarantee placement (front or back)
Please be respectful and wear a mask while entering and walking around for those around you. But once you are seated, you may remove your mask and enjoy that favorite glass or bottle of wine. We will have our beer & mixed drink bar open as well. Cash or Credit accepted.
Wabashiki Full Moon/Night Ride Saturdays.
Times Vary with Sunsets
Dewey Point Trailhead-Wabashiki Wetlands Trail
All ages-Adult supervision required for ages 13 & under
$5/person (cash only please)
Bike the Wabashiki Trail with our Griffin Bike Park Manager and VCPRD Natural Resource Programmer on an adventurous 10-mile fundraising ride through the river bottoms. Hybrids and mountain bikes are recommended, helmets are required. Clear-lensed glasses suggested. Adult supervision is required for ages 13 and under. Bring a bike light or headlamp to light the trail. Snacks and water provided while supplies last. Payment will be $5 accepted onsite with cash only, please.
Trey Hughes is playing at 365 Bar & Grill this Saturday at 8pm.
Contact Email: [email protected]
Contact Phone Number: (812) 829-4344
Sunday, April 25th
• $10/boat optional big bass entry
• Time is 7am – 1pm
• Registration is from 6:30am to 6:50am at the boat launch, no late registrations
• No live bait
• Must have live-well…. no baskets or stringers
• No late weigh-ins
• If you are using a cooler as a live-well you must have an aerator
• No dead fish weighed
• Bass must be minimum 14″s which is state law!
• No shore fishing
• All tournament fish must be released. If you want to mount the fish, it can’t be weighed.
• If there is lightening then the tournament will be cancelled. This is to ensure the safety of all.
• All decisions are final
Come out to West End Reception and Events for Sunday Funday with Ben Nation / Dylan Wolfe Acoustic playing from 3 pm to 6 pm.