Friday, May 10th
The Arts & Crafts Brew-Off will be held Friday – May 10, 2019, from 7 to 10 p.m., at the Red Barn at Sycamore Farm located at 5001 Poplar Street in Terre Haute. The objective of the brew-off competition is twofold – support the mission of Art Spaces, and celebrate the ancient art of beer making. Terre Haute is home to a burgeoning craft brew culture, and the Arts & Crafts Brew-Off seeks to bring the community closer together, educate guests about home brewing, and provide a way for local home brewers to be recognized for their craft.
For additional information, please contact Art Spaces, at (812) 235-2801.
Join your favorite Milkmen at the Verve as they sample the delicacies of funk only to discover that the funk was, in fact, cooked just right. MilkWalker goes on at 10pm. Support your local Terre Haute Firefighter’s by attending their annual chili cook off. This years cook off is on Friday May 10th at 5pm at the meadows shopping center lot. They will be having a beer garden, food and lots of chili. Mullet Over will be performing for the entertainment. They’ve helped over 315 kids this past year and also made a donation to Saint Pats soup kitchen. Come and show your support and help make a children Christmas a special one.
Saturday, May 11th
The Big O’s will be rocking the beer garden stage this Saturday night at Charlie’s Pub & Grub. The band goes on at 8pm.
The 101 West in Brazil is hosting it’s grand opening event this Saturday evening. The 101 West is the newest event center in Clay County! Please join them for live music from members of the Big Fun Band, cash bar, Hors d’oeuvre and the opportunity to book your next event! This event will run from 6-9pm.
BARRE + BREWS: Love barre and craft beer? Join Metazoa Brewing Co. and The Barre Code for a pop-up class in the Metazoa taproom on Saturday, May 11. A ticket gets you a 50 min. barre class, a pint of beer, and plenty of time to socialize with your classmates. Class starts at 10AM sharp (please arrive early). Attendees must be 21+ to participate. See below for important details about the class.
START TIME: The class will begin at 10 AM sharp, please ARRIVE EARLY to check-in, secure a spot for your mat, and find parking.
TICKETS: We anticipate this being a popular class. Please register/purchase a ticket in advance and arrive early to guarantee a spot.
PARKING: Our parking lot fills up quickly, so please plan ahead. You may also find free parking available on College Avenue.
BYOM: Please bring your own mat AND socks to class as we are not a studio and do not have extra mats (or socks) for our patrons.
CLASS LEVEL: This class is suitable for all levels (including beginners!)
GRATUITY: The $10 registration fee does not include gratuity – please don’t forget to tip your bartenders on the day of your class.
REFUNDS: We will except refunds on ticket purchases up to (7) days prior to the event. The 17th Annual Indiana Wine Fair will take place on Saturday, May 11th, 2019 from 1-7pm!
Who: Indiana wineries, distilleries, breweries, food trucks, and local artists
What: Doling out one-ounce pours to an appreciative public, and selling specialty wines, spirits, and brews by the glass and bottle (bottles for carry-out only). This is a great opportunity to build your wine cellar! There will also be local food trucks and great live music. The Story Inn’s venerable restaurant and tavern will be open all day.
Admission: All guests must be 21+ years old with a valid ID.
This event is rain or shine, and tickets are non-refundable.
Parking is free and carpooling is recommended. We offer a free shuttle located at Eagle Park in Nashville to pick up guests and take them to IWF and back.
Please visit our official event website for more information about parking, what to bring, FAQs, participating wineries, etc
Sunday, May 12th
Mother’s Day Brunch By Fifi’s at the Landing
Tickets will go fast, please come in to Fifi’s or call to reserve at 812-460-1670.
$25 per person, Children $15, Under 3 free
Tickets can also be purchased at any Terre Haute Saving Bank, The Landing (812) 460-4000 or EventBrite
Join St Mary of the Woods for a special Mother’s Day Brunch, scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., on Sunday, May 12, in the O’Shaughnessy Dining Room, located at Providence Spirituality & Conference Center. Take the opportunity to enjoy the extended menu, featuring all-time favorites such as shrimp cocktail, carved prime rib, raspberry pork loin, side dishes, homemade desserts and much more.
Cost is $24 for adults, $22 for seniors 55-older, military personnel, special emergency personnel (police, firefighters and emergency medical technicians) and teachers, and $13 for children ages 5-11. Children ages 4-under will be admitted free, and all the prices include tax, beverages and desserts.
Reservations are not required. Two specific seating times are available, including 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and noon to 2 p.m. Guests may purchase tickets online here or in person. A limited number of tickets will be available for purchase online for each setting time.
Walk-ins will also be welcome. For more information, call 812-535-4285.
Yoga in the Park
6:00 p.m. -7:15 p.m.
Sunday, May 12
Hawthorn Park: Labyrinth
(cash only please)
This is an all levels class that focuses on breath and postures to help align, strengthen, and develop flexibility in the body. Yoga has been shown to decrease stress, increase balance, and promote a sense of wellbeing. Start your week off right! Learn basic yoga movements to rejuvenate your mind and body with instructor, Emily Brana. Bring a mat or blanket for yoga on the Labyrinth in Hawthorn Park.