What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 6.4-6.6

Friday, June 4th

Its time to let loose and have some Big Fun at the Banks of the Banks of the Wabash Festival! Come join them at Fairbanks Park from 7-9:30pm.

Calling all ladies!!! Grab your girlfriends for a fun night out at Cache Lauren: The Salon! Come out to our Bad Babes Bash on Friday June 4th from 4:00pm to 8:00pm!
The Bash will include:
* $20 Blowouts (no appointment needed)
* Botox by Christa Goebes MSN,APRN Owner of Socail Aesthetics Indy (appointment needed & price will vary on service)
* Trish McEvoy Makeovers by Artists from Nordstrom & Saks in Indianapolis (appointment needed & FREE with purchase of products)
* Clothes from The Secret Ingredient located in Broad Ripple, with owner Pam Ellis
* Clothes from Affirmation located right here in Terre Haute, with owner Olivia Weir
* Each guest will receive a glass of wine
To book your appointments for Botox & Makeovers please click the link below.
For BOTOX schedule with CACHE (appointment will be with Christa, this is just for scheduling purposes)
For MAKEOVER schedule with ALEX (appointments will be with the Trish McEvoy makeup artists)

Former Nashville Artist Lora Pine Makes Her 365 Debut! Check out the live music at 365 Bar & Grill this Friday at 8pm.

Seeger A Multimedia Solo Show at Crossroads Repertory Theater. for in-person performances of Seeger: A Multimedia Solo Show are $25. Available seating is limited; patrons are encouraged to purchase their tickets online ahead of time at www.crossroadsrep.com/tickets. Please bring your phone or print out your ticket for scanning upon arrival. Patrons are highly encouraged to wear a face mask.

The performance will take place at the New Theater, located at 536 N. 7th Street Terre Haute, IN 47809, on the Indiana State University Campus. Parking is available for free in the lots adjacent to the theater and across the street from it after 5:30 PM.

SEEGER is an award-winning, critically acclaimed multimedia solo show about America’s beloved folksinger, Pete Seeger. Spend an evening with Pete as he plays a benefit concert advocating the end of the U.S.-Cuban trade embargo, where he uses a dozen of his signature songs, including “If I Had a Hammer”, “Where Have All the Flowers Gone?”, “Turn! Turn! Turn!”, “We Shall Overcome”, and “Guantanamera” to tell the story of his awakening as an activist, and his struggles with being blacklisted during the McCarthy-era.

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 The Moon Dancers 7:00pm-10:00pm on Friday, June 4, 2021!
For the best home‑baked shortcakes in Indiana, visit the Rosedale Strawberry Festival. This family‑friendly street fair has free concerts daily, crafters, KidZone, adult hobby show, car, truck and heap show, and more.
Free parking, no admission and a literal ton of fresh baked strawberry shortcakes.
Friday 5-11pm.

The Taste of Shelby County is back for 2021! Scrumptious local foods, brews and wine. Artists, Car/Truck/Bike show, kids activities and My Yellow Rickshaw live on stage! Silly Safari shows at 6:00 p.m. and 8:00p.m.
Tickets available beginning on April 1, 2021 at the historic Porter Visitors Center at 501 North Harrison Street or online at www.visitshelbycounty.com.

Saturday, June 5th

Don’t miss our local vendors this Saturday, June 5th from 8:00 – noon in the Meadows parking lot for the Terre Haute Farmer’s Market! Our farmers will have fresh meat and eggs along with some spring vegetables like: radishes, turnips, snow and snap peas, carrots, green onions, beets, and a variety of lettuces. Our collection of makers will be bringing products including: all kinds of baked goods, soaps and natural body products, candles, crochet and embroidery, spice blends and sauces, pet treats, and more!
We’ll have live music by Michael Newburn thanks to our music sponsors, Campbell Creek Artisan Shops, and some of our community members will be making an appearance with information and opportunities for your summer.
We’re excited to see you there!
The Pride Center of Terre Haute invites you to join us for a day of family-friendly fun as we celebrate Pride Month and the Grand Opening of our community center. 3-8pm.
Connect with the PCTH team, LGBTQIAP+ leaders and advocates, and community nonprofits and businesses. Engage in opportunities to support the LGBTQIAP+ community and with vendors providing wellness services. Celebrate Pride and enjoy fun activities for all ages!

Nelly is live at The Mill in Terre Haute this Saturday evening. Special Guest LOCASH will be opening for them. The concert starts at 7pm. 

The June 5 event on the Terre Haute schedule features vehicles of the two-wheel variety as the AMA All-Star National Flat Track Series comes to town. The series appeared in 2018, after a long hiatus for motorcycle racing at the track. After a rainout in 2019, the series came back in 2020 for several divisions of racing.

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 John Rehmel & Aaron Norris 7:00pm-10:00pm on Saturday, June 5, 2021!

Kris Anderson will be playing at 365 Bar & Grill at 7pm.

Sunday, June 6th

Art in the Alley at the Flats: A fundraiser for Swope Art Museum
Tour the new residences at Haute House Flats, explore Greiner Motors, check out Haute Body Bar, buy some art, enter a raffle, bid on experiences, listen to live jazz, enjoy food and drink, and more!
Join us downtown at 119 S 7th St, between Ohio and Walnut. Access through the alley.
Tickets are $79 per person in commemoration of the Swope’s 79th year. Please purchase tickets at swope.org/artinthealley, or send a check to Swope Art Museum, 25 S 7th St, Terre Haute, IN 47807


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