Friday, July 23rd
Taste Terre Haute is inspired by similar events in larger cities such as Devour Downtown in Indianapolis. Taste Terre Haute is featured for two weeks each July. The event highlights the variety of restaurants in West Central Indiana and showcases their unique offerings.
After 2020, restaurants need our support, making the mission of Taste Terre Haute more important than ever before.
The concept is simple, local restaurants will feature a deal, special menu or additional menu item during Taste Terre Haute, July 18-31.
Click around at the website to learn more about each of the restaurants and special offerings.
Join us as we celebrate and support local restaurants!
Join Ferm Fresh this Friday t 10am with the Terre Haute Chamber of Commerce and Mayor Duke Bennett for their official ribbon cutting!
Grandstand tickets and track tickets (lawn chairs allowed to this show) are available at champaigncountyfair.cc. Tickets start at just $30 and all tickets include fair admission.
longtime member Bruce Johnston, musical director Scott Totten, Brian Eichenberger, Christian Love, Tim Bonhomme, John Cowsill, Keith Hubacher and Randy Leago continue the legacy of the iconic band. This concert will not feature Brian Wilson, Al Jardine or David Marks.
Barnyard Blooms Pick & Sip- Bouquet Bar at the Winery
Windy Ridge Winery in Covington. Enjoy choosing stems from freshly picked flowers from Barnyard Blooms while sipping your favorite wine, wine slushie, whiskey and some wood fired pizza. Barnyard Blooms will be bringing in buckets of freshly picked flowers and vases that you can choose and purchase to create your very own bouquet to take home – all while you enjoy your pizza and beverages from Windy Ridge Winery & Distillery. The new murals and community space will be unveiled, so come join the fun!
Saturday, July 24th
Join the Terre Haute Farmer’s Market this Saturday to celebrate the diversity of our community! Intercultural organizations throughout the Wabash Valley will be at the Market to share their heritage, traditions, and recipes!
Porch Tasting with the Dawgleg + Afterburner
This is your chance to try Terre Haute’s newest local brews before Afterburner opens their doors! Afterburner Brewing Company is bringing SIX craft beers for you to taste test. You don’t want to miss out on this one of a kind tasting event!5-7pm $20 PER TICKET (must be 21+ to purchase)
CALL (812)299-5353 EXT 2 TO PURCHASE (limited available)!
Allen Shotwell presents Terre Haute in the Gilded Age. A conversation on the Wabash River and the City of Terre Haute after the Civil War. Program is included with regular price of admission or free for members.
Vigo County Historical Society & Museum at 2pm.
The Elliot Building
103 South East 3rd Street
Mullet Over with be at Thirty Six Saloon in Rockville this Saturday from 7-11pm.
David Graham & the Eskimo Brothers will be playing at Bad Apple Saloon this Saturday @ 9pm.
Saturday, July 24
Prairie Creek Park
1 p.m. – 3 p.m.
$10 Registration Fee
Live Thru Wednesday-10:30am -12pm
Denise La Grassa Band-12:30-2pm
Ian Leith T’ree – 2:30pm-4pm
Stuart Smith Trio – 4:30-6pm
The Chickadee Sermon – 11:30am-1pm
The Merry Travelers – 1:30-3pm
Ben Hay featuring Mhondoro – 3:30-5pm
Our INAUGURAL Annual Blackberry Festival will bring live music, food trucks from FoxGardin and Three Dolls Bakery; local wine from Daniels’ Vineyard and sours from Upland Brewery, including varieties made from Wild Blackberry Farm’s very own blackberries; shaved ice; a flower bar for creating an amazing bouquet for your own farm table at home; kids’ activities; lawn games; animals; and, of course, U-PICK BLACKBERRIES!
U-Pick at Wild Blackberry Farms is a summer tradition you and your families won’t want to miss.
Remember the days of catching fireflies in your grandma’s mason jars? The sound of cicadas high in the trees? July’s sun and a warm breeze hitting you while you rode your bike ALL day long until mom finally hollered for you to come in at dark? These are the days of summer all of us will always remember and your kids will too.
So, whether you make it to the festival or not, be sure you make it to the farm SOMETIME this year – we always have huge, delicious blackberries for picking and animals on the roam for your enjoyment throughout the entire months of July & August!
Sunday, July 25th
Wabash Valley Mustang Club 26th Annual Car Show to be held at Collett Park (2414 N 7th St) Terre Haute, Indiana on Sunday July 25, 2021. Proceeds will benefit THS Band programs. All makes and models welcome. $15 entry fee. Registration from 10:00 – noon. Awards at 3:30 pm. Free to spectators.