What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 9.25-9.27

Friday, September 25th

Eat in the Streets is still happening! Go before it gets too cold to sit outside, you won’t regret it. On a side note: Roly Poly, J. Gumbos, & Crossroads Cafe are all only open for lunch. Chavas & J. Gumbos do not have picnic tables set up outside, just their patio seating.

The Cory Apple Festival takes place Friday, Saturday, & Sunday.

The Cory Volunteer Fire Department and the Cory Community will be presenting the 51st Annual Cory Apple Festival, September 25, 26 & 27, 2020. Featured meals at the Firehouse include a Jonah Fish Fry and Chicken Noodle Dinner. During the weekend there will be a Cornhole Tournament, Car and Motorcycle and live music. All around town you will find plenty of Crafts, Flea Markets, Antiques, Yard Sales and Food Booths.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, there will be no children’s activities, festival pageant or parade. There will be Dine-in and Carry-out available for the Fireman’s breakfast on Friday and Saturday morning. We will also be offering Dine-in, Carry-out and Drive-thru for our Jonah Fish Fry and Chicken Noodle Dinners.

Booth space is still available for anyone interested in having a craft, flea market, antique or food booth. To reserve your spot, contact Lana Hendrix at 812.236.3735.

A little extra help is always useful when it comes to community dinners. Anyone with some extra time to lend a hand with serving, preparing and clean-up for the Fish Fry or Chicken Noodle Dinner. We would love to have the help. Also, we would like to call upon all the fine bakers in the area that would be willing to donate pies to be sold along with the meals during the weekend.

Saturday will be the annual Car and Motorcycle Show. The show will run from Noon to 4pm. Judging will end at 2pm and Awards presented at 4pm. There will be cash drawings held every half hour and DJ music all afternoon. Pre-registration is $10 due by Sept. 15. All pre-registers will receive a t-shirt, dash plaque and be entered into a drawing for a free entry for the 2021 show. Registration will be $13 the day of the show. The event is organized by Charlie Tipton. He can be reached at 812-446-2612 or justcruisin95@aol.com

The will be no parade will be held this year.

Event Dates:
Friday, September 25, 2020
6:00 – 10:00am

*Breakfast – Fireman’s Breakfast – Firehouse
Dine-in and Carry-out available
9:00am

Antiques, flea markets & crafts open
10:00am

Food vendors open

Saturday, September 26, 2020
6:00  – 10:00am

*Breakfast – Fireman’s Breakfast – Firehouse
Dine-in and Carry-out available
9:00am
Antiques, flea markets & crafts open
10:00am
Food vendors open
10:00am – 4:00pm
Cruise-In Car Show
12:00-8:00pm
*Jonah Fish Fry – Firehouse
Dine-in, Carry-out and Drive-thru available
1:00 pm
Cornhole Tournament – Oliver St.
(Registration Noon-1pm – Oliver Street)
1:00-2:00pm

John Hennessy & Bailey
5:00-6:00pm
Country-Western music

Sunday, September 27, 2020
9:00am
Antiques, flea markets & crafts open
10:00am
Food vendors open
11:00-2:00pm
*Chicken and Noodle Dinner – Firehouse
Dine-in, Carry-out and Drive-thru available

* Proceeds from the dinners, parking fees, the Apple Stand and the Food Stand benefit the Cory Volunteer Fire Department and the local community.

Our friends at District 6 Market are hosting a Fall Frenzy event. Stop by on your way to or from the Cory Apple Festival. They will have vendors set up, food trucks, live music, & flowers to take home.

It’s that time of year again to celebrate another Oktoberfest here at Crane Alley in Urbana, IL! 10am-10pm

They will be featuring:
Revolution Oktoberfest
Paulaner Oktoberfest
Sam Adams Oktoberfest
Bells Oktoberfest
Schlafly Pumpkin Ale

In addition to some awesome beers they will also be offering some traditional German cuisine including:
🥨Cranewurst topped with sauerkraut, carmelized onions, and a stout mustard. Served on a pretzel roll with fries
🥨Pork Schnitzel served with a side of traditional german potato salad
🥨House-made pretzel bites paired with a stout mustard dipping sauce

Country Bumpkins Pumpkin Patch is hosting their grand opening event. They will be having our grand opening for the pumpkin patch on September 25th starting at 2:00p.m. There will be hayrides, bonfires, nature trails, corn maze, face cut outs, and a playground for the kids. Prices will be 3 years and under free, 4 years to 12 years are $3.00, 13 years and up are $5.00. The hayride will be around 20 minutes and will be 0-3 year old’s free, $2.00 for 4-12 year old’s, $4.00 for 13 and up. They will also have hot dogs and smores for the bonfire to purchase and drinks to purchase.

The Fowler Pumpkin Patch is hosting their 1st Annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival. Come out for a fun night of music, food, drinks and pumpkins!!
All state and cdc guidelines must be followed. But, we have lots of room to social distance! Please bring your own lawn chairs or blankets and respect everyone’s space!
We will have The Tap, Butler Winery, and Cardinal Spirts for yummy drinks!
We have Smokeworks, Big D’s and Jiffy Treet for food!
And! The bands are King Bee and The Stingers and Flatrock 5!
We will have both onsite and offsite parking. Parking is free, please watch for signs. Open air trams will run all evening to the offsite parking lot. Gates will open at 3:30!

Kris Anderson is back at 365 Bar & Grill. This Friday night catch him from 8-11pm.

The Moon Lite Drive-In will be showing “Little Shop of Horrors” & “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” this Friday night.

Fri., Sept. 25th:

“Little Shop of Horrors” PG-13 (1h 42m)

Show time is 8:15

Followed by: “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” R (1h 41m)

Show time is approx. 10:20

Pricing:
13 & older is $9
6-12 is $4
5 & under are Free
High School and College Student are $6

Gates open @ 6:15
Arrive by 7:15 check into Facebook, IG or any other social platform and receive $1.00 off per paid admission!

Covid-19 Action Plan is as follows:

Masks required at the Box Office and in the Concession Building & Restrooms

With 10 acres we have plenty of room to social distance!
Cars must be parked 6 feet away from eachother. You may lift your hatch or sit in back of trucks. If hatch is open as always we ask you to tie the hatch so that it is even with the roof of your vehicle so that fellow patrons behind you can see the screen. You can not sit in chairs beside your vehicle, but you can sit in front of it.
Restrooms will be limited to 2 at a time and will be sanitized every 15 minutes.
Our concession stand will be open. We will have markings on our concrete and rock patio area encouraging a safe distance of 6 feet between groups. Our staff will wear masks. Anytime you visit the restrooms or concession stands we ask that you do the same.

Refills will be offered at .50 each at this time. A new cup, bag or tub will be provided and customer must return original to staff for disposal.
Let’s all work together to make sure that we can remain open and enjoy movies once again under the stars.

Large vehicles park in the back half of the field so those in smaller vehicles can enjoy the
Movie.

For sound tune into WKJB 101.5 on your
FM Dial!
Use your car stereo or bring a portable Radio!

Come early and have Supper here!
We have HOT Popcorn, Tasty Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Corn Dogs, Pizzas, Nachos, Pretzels, Candy, and Cold Treats too!!

Don’t forget to grab your MoonLite Drive-In Theater T-Shirts! Remember when worn to the Drive-In you receive a FREE small popcorn!
Children sizes $10 and adult sizes $15. Get them during our open hours!

Open hatches must be tied down to be Level with the roof of vehicle.
Visit concession stand for twine if needed.

We are a pet-friendly Drive-In.
Please keep pets on a leash and clean up after them.

**Pets are not allowed at the playground**
We have 10 beautiful acres of space, and more often than not 3/4’s of that is wide open space. Please be responsible pet owners and keep them away from children.

We do accept Visa, MasterCard & Discover
and are located @ 5056 N Lafayette Ave. in Terre Haute, IN!

Saturday, September 26th

The Terre Haute Farmer’s Market is happening this Saturday from 8am-12pm. After this weekend the market will be pushed an hour due to daylight.

Join us for the Terre Haute Farmers Market Summer 2020 Outdoor Season! Come see us in the parking lot of The Meadows – Terre Haute from 8:00 – noon every Saturday! Please be aware that we are taking additional precautions to keep our members and guests safe, so please see our supporting posts for more information. There’s never been a better time to shop local and support your neighbors, so be sure to visit us for farm fresh meat and eggs, locally grown produce, honey, jams and jellies, breads and baked goods, vegetable and flowering plants, herbs (fresh and dried), handcrafted lotions, soaps, and bath products, sauces and seasonings, gut-friendly fermented foods, artisan crafts, textiles, and more!

Join Hobson Adventure Farm for First Responders Appreciation Weekend September 26th and 27th! All firefighters, EMS, police officers, dispatchers, and their spouses and children receive FREE admission. Please be prepared to show a form of identification upon entry. All other visitors welcome at regular admission prices as well!

Get geared up for Covered with Love’s first ever car, truck, motorcycle and Jeep show! Join us on Saturday, Sept 26th for a day of fun for the whole family! Mark your calendars, start your engines, and stay tuned for more details as the event comes closer! Want to enter your beautiful vehicle in our show? See our registration web page attached to this event! Prices are $15 to preregister your vehicle, $20 the day of the event.
RAIN DATE SATURDAY OCT 3, 2020

The owner of Cache Lauren Salon is participating in this years Dancing with the Stars fundraiser, She thought what better way to raise money than for your little girls to dress up as their favorite Disney Princess, and come get a full makeover at the salon!

Royal Princess Makeover 

• Ages 3-12 years old
• Tickets will be $30
• Hair, Makeup, and Nails included
• Tiaras will be provided

Please click on the ticket tab to get your ticket! If you have any questions please call the salon at 812-238-1000!

All proceeds will be going towards raising money for CASY; making a difference in the life of a young, low income child here in the Wabash Valley.

Last year USA Today named Conner Prairie’s corn maze one of the top 10 best in the country, so we’re excited for the challenge to outdo ourselves with this year’s tribute to the 200th anniversary of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. As the inspiration for our annual Headless Horseman festival (which celebrates it’s 37th anniversary this year), we’ll be commemorating the classic tale with a one-of-a-kind custom maze design depicting the Headless Horseman rearing up on his steed out of an open book.

The 22,160-foot maze features three unique adventure paths to appeal to guests of all ages:

• Puzzle Maze: Test your wits in our family-friendly puzzle maze
• Kids’ Maze: Bring the little ones along on our shorter kids’ maze
• Haunted Maze: Brave the spooky Haunted Maze after dark – inspired by real ghost stories of the region

Be sure to ride the 1859 Balloon Voyage for a birdseye view and keep your eyes peeled for the Headless Horseman roaming the haunted grounds.

Corn Maze Hours & Admissions

Puzzle Maze and Kids’ Maze: open starting September 26th during daytime operation hours. Admission during these hours is $5 per person, $4 for members

Haunted Maze: open Thursday – Sunday all October long, sunset until 10pm (during the evening Headless Horseman event hours). This maze is meant to be frightfully fun and is recommended for children 10 and up.

Corn Maze is presented by Corteva Agriscience.

We are so excited to announce our Grand opening for the U-cut pumpkin patch here at Jolly Pines Tree Farm! We will have some already picked pumpkins for those who are not interested in picking their own. We will have food, crafts, and fresh air! Come enjoy a day at the farm!

Stop by and say hello at Cannonball Harley-Davidson’s Fall Open House. The party starts at 10AM and goes until 5PM with an appearance by 98.5 The River, Food Trucks, and Cornfield Mafia bringing down the house! If that’s not enough to tickle your fancy, come hang out for the cheapest beer prices in Terre Haute!

You’ll want to get here early for the best food in Terre Haute prepared by some of our favorite food trucks, including FiFi’s!

98.5 The River kicks off our Fall Open House with a live radio segment from 10AM – Noon before Cornfield Mafia takes over the mic from 12:30-4:30PM!

We are serving the cheapest beer in town with $1 domestics and $2 imports from 11-6

We have a ride partnering with the Spring for S.I.D.S Foundation leaving the dealership at 10 AM. $10 for a Single Rider, $15 for double pay on the day of the ride. https://springforsids.org/campaigns/cannonballers/

This Saturday Wild Rose Boutique in Terre Haute is hosting their fall open house. They will have giveaways, sale items, and deals! They are open 10am-5pm.Let’s celebrate National Alpaca Farm Days with an Open Barn at Aris Farm! Get up close and personal with the alpacas and their farm friends from 11am-5pm On Saturday & Sunday. The Mercantile will be open for business with luxurious yarn, warm socks and much more. “Joyful Things” by Wendy Wagner will also have her booth set up with beautiful, handcrafted upcycled and repurposed home decor and unique jewelry. Bring the family and enjoy some time outdoors with us. Spinning demonstrations will happen throughout the day. More info to come so check back in with us.

Join the Dawgleg Bar & Grill for an afternoon/evening full of fun at the Dawgleg!

Featured Dinner 4pm – 8pm:
Bogey Platter
Pork butt, baked corn, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, dinner roll
Birdie Platter
Charcoal grilled chicken, baked corn, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw, dinner roll
Vendor Fair 4pm – 8pm!
(follow this event and see flyer for list of vendors)
Live Music by Tony Logue 8pm – 11pm!

-free admission
-outdoor event (weather permitting)

Doc will arrive at Terre Haute Airport Saturday, September 26, and will be available for warbird rides Saturday evening, Sept. 26 and Sunday morning, Sept 27. The tour stop in Terre Haute will be hosted by Hoosier Aviation (581 S Airport St, Terre Haute, IN 47803).

The flight schedule for the B-29 Doc Flight Experience rides will be 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., Sept. 26 and 9 a.m. and 11 a.m., Sept. 27. For details about the B-29 Doc Flight Experience and to purchase ride tickets, visit www.b29doc.com/rides.This Saturday at the Terre Haute Brewing Company. The Soupbone’s Blackwater Mission acoustic show will be from 6-9pm.Tony Logue will be playing live at the Dawgleg Bar & Grill from 8-11pm. Join us for a night of great music, delicious food, and ice cold drinks!

Nic Strain will be playing at 365 Bar & Grill from 8-11pm. Enjoy a mix of old & new country.

Ellusion will be playing live in the beer garden at Charlie’s Pub & Grub. Saturday 8pm-11pm.

Sat., Sept. 26th:
The Kane Brown Concert!
Show time is 8:15 and gates open @ 6:15!
Purchase tickets now @ Ticketmaster.com/Encore-kanebrown

Covid-19 Action Plan is as follows:

Masks required at the Box Office and in the Concession Building & Restrooms

With 10 acres we have plenty of room to social distance!
Cars must be parked 6 feet away from eachother. You may lift your hatch or sit in back of trucks. If hatch is open as always we ask you to tie the hatch so that it is even with the roof of your vehicle so that fellow patrons behind you can see the screen. You can not sit in chairs beside your vehicle, but you can sit in front of it.
Restrooms will be limited to 2 at a time and will be sanitized every 15 minutes.
Our concession stand will be open. We will have markings on our concrete and rock patio area encouraging a safe distance of 6 feet between groups. Our staff will wear masks. Anytime you visit the restrooms or concession stands we ask that you do the same.

Refills will be offered at .50 each at this time. A new cup, bag or tub will be provided and customer must return original to staff for disposal.
Let’s all work together to make sure that we can remain open and enjoy movies once again under the stars.

Large vehicles park in the back half of the field so those in smaller vehicles can enjoy the
Movie.

For sound tune into WKJB 101.5 on your
FM Dial!
Use your car stereo or bring a portable Radio!

Come early and have Supper here!
We have HOT Popcorn, Tasty Hamburgers, Hot Dogs, Corn Dogs, Pizzas, Nachos, Pretzels, Candy, and Cold Treats too!!

Don’t forget to grab your MoonLite Drive-In Theater T-Shirts! Remember when worn to the Drive-In you receive a FREE small popcorn!
Children sizes $10 and adult sizes $15. Get them during our open hours!

Open hatches must be tied down to be Level with the roof of vehicle.
Visit concession stand for twine if needed.

We are a pet-friendly Drive-In.
Please keep pets on a leash and clean up after them.

Pets are not allowed at the playground**
We have 10 beautiful acres of space, and more often than not 3/4’s of that is wide open space. Please be responsible pet owners and keep them away from children.

We do accept Visa, MasterCard & Discover
and are located @ 5056 N Lafayette Ave. in Terre Haute, IN!

Enjoy a new type of night on the town. Wigwam’s sophisticated but unrestrained party on wells for Adults 21 & Older featuring a great selection of music plus all your favorite classic and craft cocktails from our Catered Cash Bar. Admission is $10 & Skate Rental is $3 extra if needed.

Groovin’ Back Downtown sponsored by Pacers Sports & Entertainment and the Colts, will feature local bands, Nauti Yachtys and Toy Factory in the new Amphitheater at White River State Park. Attendees will also enjoy entertainment by DJ GNO, food trucks, beer and wine, and the beginning of milder fall weather in a safe, socially distanced environment.
No pre-event ticket sales will be available, and all tickets will be sold at the Park the day of the event ($5-15). All seats will be distanced to observe social distancing guidelines. In adherence with the guidelines set forth by the Indiana State Department of Health. http://bit.ly/groovinbackdowntown

For Lovers of the Strange & Unusual. . .
The Oddities & Curiosities Expo.

Returning to Indianapolis, IN!

DATE: Saturday, September 26th, 2020
TIME: VIP Entry: 10AM // General Admission Entry: 11AM – 6PM
LOCATION: Indiana State Fairgrounds – SOUTH PAVILION
ENTRY COST: VIP $20 // GA $10 // Kids 12 & Under Free

ABOUT: The Oddities & Curiosities Expo showcases hand selected vendors, dealers, artists and small businesses from all over the country with all things weird. You’ll find items such as: taxidermy, preserved specimens, original artwork, horror/halloween inspired pieces, antiques, handcrafted oddities, quack medical devices, clothing, jewelry, skulls/bones, funeral collectibles & much more. We truly have something weird for everyone. All items you see at our shows are legal to own and sustainably sourced.

The O&C Expo provides a safe place for anyone to come and discover new artists, meet new friends and be surrounded by an amazing community of like-minded people.

Sunday, September 27th

Sunday, September 27
7:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
Hawthorn Park Labyrinth
Ages 5+
$10/person
Registration Required by 9/25/20

Runners will traverse mystery courses at Prairie Creek, Hawthorn, and Fowler Parks! All courses will be between 2.0 and 3.5 miles and will increase in mileage throughout the series. This is a cup-less event so make sure to bring a water bottle or drink carrier. Onsite registration begins at 7 a.m. with races starting at 8:30 a.m.

Runners will participate in one of the following classes:
1. Under 18 Boys and Girls
2. Over 18 Men
3. Over 18 Women

There is a $10 entry fee per trail run. Ribbons will be awarded to the top 3 finishers of each run. To register, please call our administrative office at 812-462-3392, message us on social media, or email our Recreational Coordinator at Rec.Coordinator@VigoCounty.IN.gov. We hope to see you there!

Yoga & craft beer: the best of both worlds for fitness and indulgence. Spend most Sunday mornings at Metazoa Brewing Company unwinding with both! Please always check the Facebook events calendar to make sure class is happening!

This yoga flow led by local instructors is appropriate for all levels, including beginners. No need to sign up, just show up with your mat!

The yoga class is $10 and it includes your first pint of beer.

FACE MASKS: In accordance with new #MaskUpIndy guidelines, face masks are mandatory for all customers visiting Metazoa Brewing Co.
Masks are required for events and group gatherings in our taproom. So please bring one if you plan to join us for this event!
For workout classes in our taproom, masks are required when entering/exiting the taproom and ordering beer, but will not be required for the duration of the class once you are on your mat and spread out at least 6ft away from other attendees.

Triple threat singer/pianist/songwriter, Tony DeSare, takes us on a journey that celebrates timeless popular piano-playing legends. Included are songs by Elton John, Ray Charles and John Lennon. Plus, the enduring songs of Billy Joel top off a show of piano music like none other. He will be playing at Fairbanks Park this Sunday from 5:30pm-7pm. This event is proudly sponsored by Old National Bank.

-M.

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