What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 5.14-5.16

This weekend is all about supporting local. Whether it’s with a local business or a local fundraiser, let’s get out and give back to our community.

Friday, May 14th

Girls Night Out 

Friday May 14th 4-6:30pm

Hope Heals Wellness Spa
Come enjoy a evening especially made for you. Relax with a 10 min massage, a guided facial experience, nails that last for days, or get a lift on bra ideas.

If you like music, food and beer….. this is the place to be! Gather your family and friends here in historic Downtown Terre Haute and enjoy the best hand-crafted brews fresh off the tap at THBC.
Featuring Milkwalker 8:00pm-10:00pm on Friday, May 14, 2021!

Soul N the Pocket live in the Beer Garden at Charlies Pub this Friday at 8pm.

Kris Anderson will be playing country hits at 365 bar & Grill this Saturday starting at 8pm.

Get closer to the action at the GMR Grand Prix as the stars of the NTT IndyCar Series take on the twists and turns of the IMS road course. This family-friendly event includes driver autograph sessions and the chance to walk on the legendary Yard of Bricks during the post-race track invasion!

The Month of May opens with the excitement of the GMR Grand Prix, as the stars of the NTT INDYCAR Series take on the challenge of becoming the king of the IMS road course. This family-friendly event includes driver autograph sessions and the chance to walk on the legendary Yard of Bricks during the post-race track invasion!

Tickets: $20 and up.

Moonlite Drive In Weekend Showings this Fri & Sat and we have another Free Admission Event on Sunday!
Scroll down for details!
This weekend:
Fri., May 14th & Sat., May 15th:
“Spiral: From the Book of Saw” R (1h 30m)
Show time is 9:30
Followed by:
“Mortal Kombat” R (1h 50m)
Show time is approx. 11:20
Gates open both nights @ 8:30
13 & older is $9
6-12 is $4
5 & under are Free
Arrive by 9:00 and receive $1 off per paid admission!

Saturday, May 15th

Join the Terre Haute Farmer’s Market for the Summer 2021 Summer Season, Saturdays from 8-noon in the Meadows Parking Lot! 8am-12pm.

We are excited to bring you another year of awesome racing with an Olympic and Sprint Distance triathlon at the beautiful Hawthorn Park! Coming into it’s 36th year the Thunder in Valley is a time proven Hoosier favorite! Athletes ranging from 1st timers to best best pros in the world have come from all over the Midwest and beyond to race this beautiful venue, take home some top notch race swag, and enjoy a professional and fun racing atmosphere. We hope you will come join us and become part of the tradition!

Enjoy coffee, cars, and hanging out with like-minded friends!! See some great vintage cars, ask questions, learn about the passion of vehicle restoration and preservation while enjoying a delicious breakfast of biscuits and gravy!

If you like music, food and beer….. this is the place to be! Gather your family and friends here in historic Downtown Terre Haute and enjoy the best hand-crafted brews fresh off the tap at THBC.
Featuring Aaron Norris 7:00pm-9:30pm on Saturday, May 15, 2021!

14th Annual Zoom Town 5k is a go!
Come have fun, get some fresh air, and support a great organization.
10% of all proceeds will go to CASA of Parke/Vermillion Counties

Join Purdue Extension – Sullivan County and Sullivan County Soil and Water Conservation District for this free container gardening workshop. We will have tables set up where you will get to build your own container garden to take home for free!
We will provide all the supplies for you to build your container. We will provide you with the education to take your plant home and get growing this summer. Bring the family and make your container together! You will get the container and a vegetable plant to take home with you.
Registration is not required, but if you plan on coming you can let us know by calling 812-268-4332 by Friday, May 14. If you do not register, you are still welcome to come at any time during the event.
Hey Jeep Junkies! Here is a complete list of all our Going Topless for PINK stops
  • PIZZA GALLERY: One of our original stops (Family Friendly)
Pizza Gallery 6710 Wabash Ave. Open from 10:30-4p they will be giving away approximately 200 pink rocks and 400 ducks. Daisy Duck will be available for pictures. We will be selling raffle tickets to win a Jeep fire pit and a remote control pink jeep. Will have pizza specials announced closer to the event.
  • BAR_BOTICS: New stop this year! (21 and older)
671 Wabash Ave. will be open at 10am Saturday, they are offering a free cover charge for Jeepers so you come play for free! We will also have a Pink Power Girl drink for $7 and $1 from each drink goes to PINK! MUST BE 21 and OLDER TO ENTER! We have retro Arcade Cabinets and Skee Ball available for our customers to play!
  • BIG WILLY’S LAKEHOUSE: 2ND Year stop (Family Friendly)
7396 N. County road 425 W, Brazil Indiana. They will have live music from 10:30am to 12:30pm and 1 to 3pm two different songwriters. We will also be donating $1 for each Ribeye sandwich purchased, and everything collected the owner Jason is matching for PINK.
  • THE BAD APPLE SALOON: One of our original stops (Family Friendly)
Definitely a ride favorite! 400 Wright St. Cory Indiana. Stop by for a cold beer and a wood fired pizza and see why everyone loves the Bad Apple! 500 coozies go to the first Jeepers there and live music as always!
  • 12 Points: 1242 Lafayette Ave.: 2ND year for this stop (Family Friendly)
You have to stop to get the photo op by the PINK WINGS!
We are closing 13th street. DJ music & Karaoke. Chalk Drawings. More planned outdoor children’s games. Pictures by the New Parq 12 Mural. Cranky’s has a children’s area inside and pool tables. They will be running food specials. Pizza. Terre Foods & Harmony Hall parking area for the jeeps. We will have volunteers to take pictures with jeeps by the Pink wings mural. A pretzel food truck will be positioned across the street there on Lafayette. We will have Pedicab tours. We have golf cart tours.
  1. Big O Tire, Z-Tech and Audio + Obstacle Course: 6434 East Hulman Drive
(Family Friendly)
A huge shout out to Pat Green who builds the obstacle course for us every year, and Thank you as well to Randy Snyder for the design and layout! Don’t be worried it is built so that any stock Jeep can handle this course. After all it’s about having fun and not tearing anything up! The folks from AAA Towing will be there just to make sure someone doesn’t get stuck…..Jerry Isles! A Big Thank you as well to Frankie Murphy for Sponsoring the Obstacle course this year! We appreciate all you do for PINK and the Jeep Junkies!
  • Copper Bar: 810 Wabash Ave.: 3rd year for the stop (21 and older)
If you have never been you need to stop……if nothing else to sit in the Dillinger seat!
Copper Bar plans to have Italian Beef as the special, and they have a couple of signature drinks for us Jeepers “the busted shock” and one you have to try called “Death Wobble”.
  • Charlie’s Pub and Grub : 1608 Crawford St. One of our original stops
(21 and older)
Cheyne and Nikki have been hosting us on National Go Topless Day since the beginning. And why wouldn’t they…They are Jeep Junkies!
They will have live music from 11am to 3pm and the patio is the place to be on this day! Charlie’s is a neighborhood favorite pub that’s known for the Tweety Burger and other great food and amazing staff. Live music in the Beer Garden.
  • IVY FIT: 1251 Fruitridge Ave. First year for this stop! (Family Friendly)
They will open at 12:30pm
We are excited about this new addition. Jeremy is a Jeeper and has a cool place! American Ninja Warrior training facility for all ages. We have 3 separate courses kids, balance, and Adult. We help kids and adults build confidence. He is also working on a small Jeep course outside just for us!
  • SHOW ME’S SPORTS BAR AND GRILL: 2324 S. 3rd St. – One of our original stops
(Family Friendly)
What can we say about Mike and his crew! They have been with us from the beginning, they love our Jeepers and have great wings and beer specials. They have always been great sponsors of Going Topless for PINK so stop by and show them some love!
1ST year stop. (Family Friendly)
Josh and his crew just hosted a national 4×4 day that was a big success, they have some fun stuff planned for us… stop by for food, music, and a chance to win a set of cool corn hole boards. Check out the new dealership and have a great time at this stop.
  • SONKA IRISH PUB & CAFÉ: 1366 Wabash AVE.: 2ND YEAR STOP (21 and older)
The folks at Sonka are going to have a special menu for Jeepers, including Boneless Wings, Brats, BLT’s, and Irish Beef! Plenty of Beers on tap and they will have a specialty drink for the Junkies!
THE BALLYHOO TAVERN: 900 Chestnut St.: One of our original stops
(21 and older)
  • Ballyhoooooo! It’s a favorite stop for ISU Alumni and our Jeep Junkies as well!
Stop by for beer and famous Bally pizza specials because you know the saying! “Everyone ends up at the Bally”
  • RITTER’S FROZEN CUSTARD: 2203 Lafayette Ave. 2nd year stop (Family Friendly)
Of course this is a favorite stop for the kids and the adults alike! The crew at Ritter’s always treats us great and they make a donation to PINK for every cone sold so make sure to stop by for some Frozen Custard. A little hint….The strawberry shortcake is my favorite!
Tollys is partnering with The Pride Center of Terre Haute for their 3rd Karaoke Contest!
Sign up by Friday May 14th
$10 per person
1st, 2nd and 3rd place prizes
3 rounds
Elimination will be determined by our panel of judges
50/50 raffle and all sign up proceeds go to The Pride Center of Terre Haute!!
Hobson Adventure Farm
Visit us for Baby Animal Days on the farm & see the sweetest animals. Snap photos, visit our baby animals, enjoy our attractions & so much more. 10am-5pm.

Sunday, May 16th

Moonlite Drive In
Sun., May 16th:
A FREE Admission Event!!
“A League of Their Own” PG (2h 8m)
Gates open @ 8:30 • Show time is 9:30
FREE Admission brought to you by:
Silver Birch Assisted Living of Terre Haute!
Cherry Blossom Festival
This year’s festival will be very different from past years. We will NOT be “in person” at the downtown ACPL in 2021. We will be presenting a VIRTUAL festival only. Please check back here frequently to see what we will be offering and how to access it.
(programming available from Noon to 5 pm on May 16)
-New this year! Story Arts Journey, by Yasu Ishida – virtual story-telling, origami and magic
-Koto and Shamisen by Miyabi (from New York) – our featured performers
-Vocal selections by Elaina Robbins, Ko Kaiden and Geena Kam
-Japanese guitar music by Dr. Daniel Quinn
-Shakuhachi or flute music by Wolfgang Young
-Japanese music, “The Sea in Spring, by Akira Murotani (trumpet) with violin (Alex Murotani) and cello or piano (tbd)
-Tea Ceremony, as recorded live in 2019
**ACTIVITIES -virtual
-Anime contest (not on-site): Go to http://www.acpl.info/calendar to get the complete information. Entries accepted from April 1 through April 30.
Browse original artwork from our previous winning artists!​
-Animal Crossing gaming (not on-site): Go to http://www.acpl.info/calendar to get the complete information. Registration from May 1 and sessions on May 15 and 16.
-Cosplay (not on-site): Information will be made available on the 2021 Cherry Blossom Festival Event page at a later date.
-Presentation on Japanese Monster movies, by Brian Scherschel – Title to be determined
-Dedication of Cherry trees at the Downtown ACPL and Swinney Park
-Children’s crafts to download
**VENDORS – virtual (will offer online discount coupons)
– Ohio Kimono
– Yamerpro
– Kona Shaved Ice


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