What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 7.30-8.1

Friday, July 30th

Wabash Valley’s Lemonade Day is July 30-31, 2021. This event is typically hosted in the summer where kids around the Wabash Valley setup their lemonade stands and learn about running their own business.
India & Brionna (plus friends) will be hosting a “curbside” Frozen Lemonade Stand at The Sycamore Winery on Friday, July 30 from 5pm – 7pm EST. All proceeds will be donated to the Mitochondrial Disease Foundation in support of Brionna who lives with Mitochondrial Disease. Additional tips/donations will go directly to help fund the purchase of a pedal assist motorized bicycle for Brionna. To learn about Mito, read more here: https://www.umdf.org/what-is-mitochondrial-disease-2/
To keep our kids safe, this will be a curbside only lemonade stand, kind of drive-thru style. So, we are encouraging that you preorder your frozen lemonade in advance so they can have them ready upon your arrival. Please wear your mask as kids approach your car.
Order now and pick-up on Friday!! https://thesycamorewinery.square.site/
Please ignore the pick-up time on email confirmation. These will be available from 5-7pm EST on Friday, July 30. ONLY AVAILABLE AT THE DURKEES FERRY LOCATION.
There are two different flavors to pick from:
Cotton Candy Lemonade (blue raspberry cotton candy lemonade topped with cotton candy)
Unicorn Lemonade (strawberry lemonade with whipped topping, marshmallows, and sprinkles)
Do not worry, just because they are made at the winery, these are non-alcoholic!!
The Midnight River Run, presented by Riddell National Bank, takes place Friday, July 30 at Fairbanks Park. Participants can choose a 1-mile run/walk or a 5k run/walk. This is a NIGHT race. The 1-mile starts at 10:50 p.m. and the 5k starts at 11:15 p.m. Age group awards will be given.
Each year the Midnight River Run includes a high school team event where schools can compete as a group to win money for their school running program. Each team must consist of at least four members. High school awards for both girls and boys. The four fastest times from each team will be used for the team placement. Team members are eligible for individual age group awards. The school team with the lowest cumulative time will win $250, and the second place team will win $100 for their school running program.
The Midnight River Run also funds the WVRR Scholarship Program. Each year WVRR awards two scholarships to outstanding student athletes from the Wabash Valley. Applicants are evaluated based on their academic and athletic accomplishments as well as the contributions they make to their schools and communities.
Moon Lite Drive In Showings Friday + Saturday
“Jungle Cruise”
Showing @ 9:30
& “Cruella!”
Showing @ Midnight!
Fri & Sat is Double Feature Nites and double feature pricing is:
13 & older is $9
6-12 is $5
5 & under are Free
Gates open Fri/Sat @ 8:00! Arrive by 8:45 and receive $1 off per paid admission!
Sun is single feature Nite and will feature
“Jungle Cruise!”
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 Bubba Wiggles 7:00pm-10:00pm on Friday, July 30, 2021!

Join Forest Park for their make-up movie night! We will be showing Soul. We will be selling tickets in advance for $3. Tickets at the door will be $5. Movie night is sponsored by Chad Schopmeyer at Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance.


Saturday, July 31st

Max + Honey’s You Pick Flower and Pumpkin farm in Brazil, Indiana is excited to host the first of the 2021 Market Days on July 31st from 9a-2pm. Shopping, eating, and flower picking will make for a FUN day on our beautiful farm!! Bring your friends and enjoy the day!
Come out to support these local businesses on the 31st!
-Scentsy by Kim Duell
– Limelife by Alcone with Lori Webster
– J&J Made
-The Stork Stop
-Magically Unique Designs
– Natalie Just a Crafty Gal
– ElleLeighs Country Cabin
– Blue Banyon Candle Co.
– Mia Moore Chia & Delights
– The Black Cow
– District 6 Market
– J&K Sweet Shop
– Blondy’s Giant Tenderloins
– Emily Bakes
– The Vintage Shed

Join us for a Saturday evening vendor event in historical Collett Park neighborhood!           Collett Park Pop-Up Market @ 4-8pm
Four local makers, Kara Lovell Ceramics, Schatz Wood and Iron, Sad Girl Jewelry, and Wallhugger Handmade, will be set up together with some food, beer and music!

Our produce is coming on strong, and our bakers and makers are outdoing themselves! You won’t want to miss the Terre Haute Farmers Market this Saturday, July 31st from 8-noon in the Meadows parking lot. We’ll have live music from Joe Wright, so bring your dancing shoes!

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 Robinson & Westerfield 7:00pm-10:00pm on Saturday, July 31, 2021!

Trey Hughes is playing at 365 Bar & Grill this Saturday night at 9pm.

One Night of Queen at Conner Prairie

Performed by Gary Mullen & the Works.

Bring your own food and drinks or purchase concessions on site. Buy a table by the stage or bring your blanket for the lawn. Kroger Symphony on the Prairie allows you to enjoy the music the way you want.

All concerts begin at 8 pm, with gates opening at 6 pm. Reserved seating and tables are available, as well as seats in the ISO Sunset Lounge, a covered area with its own set of bathrooms and parking. New this year: three 6-meter and 8-meter LED screens to optimize audience views.

The 50,000-sq.-ft. facility will have over 75 different local and national brand seltzers for tasting, plus fowling, food trucks, and live music.

Session 1: 1-5 pm
Session 2: 6-10 pm

Indy Selzter Fest at Fowling Warehouse

Tickets: $35 and up. Includes 10 tastings + 2 seltzers at the bar + open fowling. VIP tables are available for up to 10 people, and include10 tastings each + 2 seltzers at the bar + 2 buckets of Truly Seltzers and a PRIVATE fowling lane for 4 hours. VIP will also be able to enter 20 minutes early. Tables are limited.

Sunday, August 1st

This year’s theme will be “Celebrating the Hoosier Spirit.”

The Indiana State Fair is held for 17 days each summer, yet it lives for generations in the memories of families who experience it together. Over 750,000 people visit the Indiana State Fair each year for family fun, rides and games, barnyard animals, goat yoga, fabulous fair food, and the Indiana Beer Wine & Spirits expo.

July 3oth-Aug 22nd

New this year:

  • The iconic Budweiser Clydesdales.
  • A Double Decker Carousel featuring two levels of beautifully handcrafted figures, completed with tigers, zebras, and giraffes.
  • The Mighty Mike Show. He juggles bowling balls and sledgehammers while dressed in a 1920s-style bathing suit. He also bends horseshoes and tears decks and performs goofy dance routines.
  • Backyard Brats and Brews is the perfect place to grab a cold beverage, grilled brats, and other snacks while enjoying live music and yard games.
  • Animal yoga with goats, pigs, bunnies, and lambs.


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