What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 4.26-4.28

Friday, April 26th

Last week had to be reschedule but this Friday is the GRAND OPENING of the new Charlie’s Beer Garden stage! Driver and Maria Hill will be the first show in the Beer Garden! This Friday from 8-11pm.

Join the League of Terre Haute for their 91st Annual Fundraiser at the ISU Sycamore Banquet Center in the student union on Friday April 26th, 2019 and help children in our community!

Trivia Night is a fun and friendly competition between multiple teams that will test your trivia knowledge! Doors open at 5:30pm for dinner and drinks with Trivia beginning at 6:30pm. Food and snacks are included with the cost of your ticket, but adult beverages are not. A cash bar will be available all throughout the night.

Attendees will need cash to buy Mulligans and 50/50 tickets. Credit cards will be accepted for drinks and live auction payments. Checks will also be accepted for live auction items.

**Please note, this event is designated for individuals over 21 years of age only.**

The League of Terre Haute is a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children. League has two core missions. The first is to provide new clothing to children in need. The second mission of League is dental health and education. To learn more, please visit our website: www.leagueofterrehaute.org

Join the Red Room Cakery for a highly unique culinary infusion of breakfast and dinner! This will be a small and intimate gathering, only 30 seats are available. Weather-permitting they will have this feast outside on their back patio. There will also be some soothing piano to help you relax and enjoy your company. This dinner will begin at 6:30pm.

Tickets are $12 available now by clicking the link provided and MUST be bought before the 25th at 5pm! NO EXCEPTIONS!

Menu and ticket information can be found on Facebook.

Joshua Ketchmark will be kicking things off acoustically at 9, followed by us at 10 , and headliners Jazz Metamorphosis taking over to wrap up the evening immediately thereafter.

The Great Affairs

“…the instant hooks and melodies of Cheap Trick, with the Americana of Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers…”
-Screamer Magazine

While they may have cut their teeth on KISS and The Black Crowes, or Queen and Humble Pie, The Great Affairs simultaneously draw from the Pop well of such ‘80s icons as Rick Springfield and Bon Jovi, juxtaposing these elements with the sound of more contemporary acts like The Gaslight Anthem, Butch Walker, and The Stereophonics, to offer up the kind of sweaty, gimmick-free, big guitar anthems that’ll rattle your brain, just as easily as they might slip into lonesome troubadour mode and soothe your soul.

Art Spaces, Inc. and Vigo County Public Library invite you to celebrate a new public sculpture! “Dreiser – Shadows of Meaning” by Urban Rock Design will be dedicated this Friday, April 26 at 11:30 a.m. on the Walnut Street Side of the library.

“Dreiser – Shadows of Meaning”, a powder coated aluminum sculpture created by Urban Rock Design (Jeanine Centuori and Russell Rock) of Los Angeles, California, celebrates writer Theodore Dreiser (born in Terre Haute in 1871) and his importance to the rich cultural heritage of Terre Haute and the field of world literature. As a novelist and journalist, Dreiser was known as the “Father of American Naturalism” and he inspired many of his contemporaries as well as many writers today.

Artist Russell Rock will be speaking about the sculpture, as well as other community members.

Saturday, April 27th

Grand opening of the Poplar Pub is set for April 27th. Doors open at 4pm. They will have live music including former members of the Mac Daddys. They are also setting up a beer garden on the patio out front beginning at 12pm.

2019 Terre Haute Home & Outdoor Living Expo
April 26th – April 28th
Vigo Co. Fairgrounds
Terre Haute, IN
Parking = $5
Admission = Free

The Downtown Canal Walk is coming to life! Join us Saturday, April 27 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. for a taste of what’s happening this spring and summer.

Explore many of the businesses, restaurants and attractions located along the 1.5-mile stretch of water at this FREE event. Pick up a Canal Awakens “passport” and map at the DII tent at the Walnut Street Basin (or any other marked passport location along the Canal) and then visit participating businesses, including: Canal Square Apartments of Indianapolis, Indiana., Capture Fitness, Indy Bikes and Boats, Indiana State Museum, Indiana Historical Society, Indianapolis Motor Speedway, Indy’s Child and more.

Those who visit all participating locations and return their passport to the any of the participating businesses will be entered to win giveaways including an Invoke Studio prize package, free Indy Bikes & Boats rentals, two entries for the Indy Ultimate, free month at the Gym at 9 on Canal, Pacers swag and other Canal goodies.Join Casey, Illinois for their 2nd Annual Feast on the Street located off of Main Street, Downtown Casey! This Food Truck day will run from 11am to 6pm.

Octane will be performing this Saturday at Als Sports Bar beginning at 10pm.Run with Heart 5K  at Fairbanks Park.

WHEN: Sat, April 27th at 9am
WHERE: Fairbanks Park
COST: Before April 24th – $15 for 15yrs and up, $10 for 14yrs and under
Race Day Registration will be $5 more per participant

ALL proceeds will go to REACH Veterans Services (https://www.reachservices.care/reach-veterans-services)Crowe Committee will be live in the beer garden this Saturday at Charlies. The band goes on at 8 but make sure you go early to grab a seat outside.Start your season off right with the 3rd Annual Tusk Tri! A sprint triathlon and 5k taking place on the beautiful campus of Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology!

The Tusk Tri is a 400 meter swim, 12.4 mile bike, and 5k run sprint triathlon hosted at Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology by the Department of Recreational Sports and Athletic Facilities. There is also a regular 5k that will use the same 5k course for the pure runners and walkers and we will have a 1 mile fun run for the kids! Proceeds from this event benefits P.I.N.K. of Terre Haute.

Tickets can be purchased online and the event kicks off at 8am.

Join ReThink Inc. for their annual fundraiser night full of fun:
– Eco- Fashion Show
– International food and music
– Cash-Bar
-Silent Auction and much more

Tickets can be purchased on Eventbrite for $35. The Replay Runway begins at 5:30pm.

Buddy Walk® is the most widely recognized public awareness event for the Down syndrome community. Locally, it is the largest fundraising and awareness event for Down Syndrome Indiana. Buddy Walk® is a family-friendly event open to all children and adults with Down syndrome, their families, friends and thousands of local supporters. As a direct result of event sponsorships, team fundraising and generous public donations, Down Syndrome Indiana is able to continue providing New Parent Packets, educational resources, informational programs, parent support networks, and social events for individuals with Down syndrome. The walk in Terre Haute will take place at Memorial Stadium this Saturday starting at 10am.

Sunday, April 28th

Join Tiers of Elegance this Sunday from 12-4 and grab an original Cakeshake. They are super excited to announce they are adding a NEW spring flavor! Try a new Orange Dream Cakeshake, or stick with the classic Birthday Cake or Red Velvet.

Did you wait in line last time? Please remember each and every one of our Cakeshakes are made by hand. We have DOUBLED our staff to keep the line moving as quickly and seamless as possible. The weather should be nice and we encourage you to bring the whole family!

They will also have a fully stocked display case with items such as cake slices, cupcakes, brownies, cookies, Carmelita bars and bottled beverages.

IJHS Members are invited to join us at CANDLES Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Terre Haute for a talk by Steve Carr on Holocaust memorials and popular culture with a focus on Indiana. Carr is an Associate Professor of Communication and affiliated with the Institute for Holocaust and Genocide Studies at Purdue Fort Wayne. After the talk we will engage in discussion and Q&A. Finally, attendees will have the opportunity to tour the museum with staff and end the afternoon with a coffee and tea reception. This is an IJHS member event. Current IJHS Members must RSVP by requesting a free ticket via the Eventbrite link below.


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