Friday, September 6th
Let’s have a totally rad time at September First Friday in Downtown Terre Haute sponsored by Terre Haute Chevrolet | New & Used Cars, Trucks & SUVs! In addition to the usual fun, local non-profits will present far-out ways to get involved with their organization. And as always you’ll have a narly time visiting downtown’s museums, restaurants, shops and more. Can’t get downtown by 5pm? Take a chill pill… we won’t peace out until 9pm. Join the Clabber Girl Bake Shop this Friday, September 6th for their Chef’s Night at Clabber Girl event, featuring Seasonal Summer Cuisine. Stop in anytime between 6-8pm. No reservation needed. Live Music! Cash Bar available!
September – Spanish Tapas
Crab Toasts 8
Toasted bread topped with seasoned avocado mash, jumbo lump crab meat and lime
Patatas Bravas 6
Roasted fingerling potatoes with a smoky aioli sauce and fresh herbs
Spanish meatballs in a roasted garlic and red wine tomato gravy
Pickled Green Beans with Tuna 7
Pickled green beans topped with flaked tuna and hard-boiled egg; drizzled with Spanish olive oil
Grilled Eggplant with Tomato Vinaigrette 6
Grilled garlic rubbed eggplant topped with a fresh tomato caper vinaigrette and fresh basil
Charred Cauliflower with Picada 7
Charred cauliflower florets topped with blistered shishito peppers and a Catalan-style pesto
Spanish Butter Beans with Flatbread 8
Creamy butter beans cooked with shallots, white wine and fresh herbs; served with toasted flatbread for dipping
Steak Sliders 8
Two sliders of grilled flank steak topped with caramelized onion and Romesco sauce
Manchego, Fig and Olive Plate 9
Manchego cheese, Spanish fig spread and olives; served with toasted flatbread
Chicken and Corn Empanadas 9
Baked empanadas filled with corn, aged cheddar and chicken; drizzled with a roasted Chile crema
Pork Belly with Mojo Verde 8
Crispy pork belly with house-made mojo Verde and a fennel-frisee garnish
Braised Mushrooms with Pickled Garlic 6
Baby portobello mushrooms braised in Spanish sherry with pickled garlic cloves
Tapas Style Desserts 8
A trio of desserts including:
Flourless Chocolate Cake with Fresh Berries
Fig and Almond Cake
Midnight Motive is back again at Charlies Pub and Grub. Check them out tonight from 8-11pm in the beer garden.
Stop by the Petty Pit Stop in Sullivan, Indiana for Friends Trivia Night!
Dinner Special: Joey’s Favorite Meatball Sub $6
TRIVIA STARTS AT 7PM
$3/person to play
PRIZE FOR THE WINNING TEAM!
Henry Lee Summer is playing at the Brown County Music Center tonight at 7pm. The Brown County Music Center is a 2000-seat live performance venue. Nestled on the banks of Salt Creek and located less than one-mile from the largest state park in Indiana and the Village of Nashville, this indoor entertainment venue will host world-class rock, blues, country, pop, jazz, oldies, throwback artists, and more.
Join the party on the East block of Georgia Street in Downtown Indy to celebrate the return of Colts football with a FREE Kickoff Concert headlined by country music star, Hunter Hayes with special guest and Indiana’s own, Clayton Anderson. Rising country artist, Renee Blair will open up the event.
Come enjoy great music, $3 Bud Light specials, local food trucks, and chances to win Colts tickets and prizes. Gates open at 4:30 PM with music beginning at 5:00. Download your FREE ticket today at colts.com/concert
Saturday, September 7th
The Sins and Spirits Haunted History Walking Tour takes patrons on a one hour walk around the city of Terre Haute. Along the way, we will stop at 5 locations with ties to Terre Haute’s brewing history and its days as Sin City. We will discuss the spirits that inhabit each location as well as their interactions with the living. Please arrive at the Max Erhmann statue 15 minutes prior to your scheduled tour time. This event is for ages 16 and over. The tour will run through October every Friday & Saturday evening. Join the Terre Haute Farmer’s Market in celebrating local first responders on Saturday, September 7th from 8:00 – noon in the parking lot of The Meadows – Terre Haute for Heros Day. Bring the family to meet the Terre Haute Police Department, Vigo County Sheriff’s Office, and @terrehautefiredepartment. You can also sign up for the THPD Hotpursuit 5K Walk/run while you’re there!
As always, you can shop for fresh, local produce, farm fresh meats and eggs, local honey and maple syrup, dried herbs and seasoning blends, homemade jams and jellies, handmade soaps and bath products, baked goods of every variety, gut-friendly fermented foods and kombucha, live plants and cut flowers, Doat Witty’s BBQ, Rex Coffee, and artisan crafts like wreaths, jewelry, textiles, re-purposed antiques, and candles.
Mullet Over will be playing at Charlies Pub and Grub this Saturday. Join them from 8-11pm in the beer garden.
The Indiana State University Sycamores Football team kicks off their first game this weekend at Memorial Stadium. Help cheer on the Sycamores as they play against the Dayton Flyers. The game kicks off at 1pm, tickets are only $11.Come get your tan on at Millie & Maude this Saturday at their Spray Tan Party with Tannin’ by Shannon !!! Only $20/tan (cash ONLY, please!), and Shannon will spray on a gorgeous tan in a private space. Tans will be by appointment every 15 minutes, so message or comment on the Facebook Page to schedule your time now! This event will be running from 12-2pm.Enjoy great music and great food at the BBQ & Blues Festival! Food vendors include Smokin’ Jack’s Rib Shack, Wink’s BBQ, Canyon Inn’s wine and beer garden, and a dessert vendor!
11-noon: Freddie Shaw
12:30-1:30: John Ford
2-3: The 1-4-5’s
3:30-4:30: Little Harold and the Homewreckers
5-6:30: King Bee and the StingersJoin the Caramel Apple Festival to pick apples, build your own Caramel Apple, enjoy the Agrimaze, and more! We are excited to host the festival for two Saturdays this year on September 7th and September 14th Events run from 9AM-7PM during both festivals unless otherwise indicated below. Build your own Caramel Apples are ONLY 10AM-5PM.
Things to Know about the Caramel Apple Festival at Tuttle Orchards:
#1 – This event is happening on TWO Saturdays – Sep 7 & Sep 14. This can be one of the busiest days of the year at the orchard so we are offering two Saturdays this year for families to enjoy activities. We have over 100 staff prepared to welcome you and help you have a marvelous day at the orchard, but please know you are coming to a BUSY festival day. We do our best to move people through lines quickly, etc, but please know we are expecting a large number of visitors for the caramel apple festival. If you are looking for a quieter day to visit, we encourage you to come on a weekday (many activities are also open during the week). Saturday September 21st will also be a calmer Saturday to visit. We have been working hard for many weeks to prepare for the fall season, and we look forward to a beautiful day celebrating fall together.
#2 – Festival Activities (hours 9AM-7PM…except Build Your Own Caramel Apples are ONLY 10AM-5PM):
~Pick your own Apples in the orchard. Varieties: Gala, Early Blaze, Cortland. Choose from $7, $15, $25 bag.
~Tractor Town Adventure Farm Area Open: $5/child or see info below about combo pass.
~Watch the Bees: See the honeybees hard at work making honey.
~Take a hayride: Hop on the narrated tractor ride and hear about the farm. 9:30AM-6:30PM $5/person or see info below about Combo Pass.
~Opening Day for the 2019 Agrimaze Corn Maze. This year’s maze has a variety of games, activities, and photo ops to explore. $5/person or see combo pass info below.
~Caramel Apple Hunt: Search for tickets for free caramel apples hidden around the farm. 10AM-all tickets are found
#3 – The following TREATS TO EAT will be available:
~Build your own Caramel Apple: We dip the apple while you watch, and you can choose two gourmet toppings (M&Ms, Heath, etc). $5.55/each. Price includes apple and choice of two toppings. Please NOTE ONLY 10AM-5PM. Learn about the toppings here: https://www.indianapolisorchard.com/caramel-apple-festival/
~Our traditional caramel apples will also be available in plain, peanut, sprinkle will be available in the Cafe for $3.70
~Tuttle’s Cafe and Sweet Shop will be open from 9AM-7PM offering caramel apples, apple donuts, apple cider slushies and more. Menu here: https://www.indianapolisorchard.com/caramel-apple-festival/
~Tuttle’s Grill: Will be open from 10:30AM-6PM offering hot dogs, bratwurst, pulled pork sandwiches, roasted corn on the cob, and more. Enjoy fresh grilled meats from Indiana farms. See the menu here: https://www.indianapolisorchard.com/tuttles-grill/
~Covered seating is available in our greenhouse areas along with lots of outdoor seating
#4 – The Tuttle’s FARM STORE will be open from 9AM-7PM offering samples of lots of items, as well as, your favorite fall food items…apples, produce, and more. PLEASE NOTE: We have not yet begun to make fresh apple cider for the season as we are waiting on enough apples to ripen. Apple cider slushies will be available in the Café & Grill, but CIDER will NOT be available by the gallon and half gallon in the Farm Store for September 7th. We anticipate having it for September 14th.
#5 – Cost: There is no admission charge for the festival. There is a separate charge for food items and some activities. Saturday Combo pass is available for $10/person which includes Agrimaze, Tractor Town, and Hayride or you can choose to purchase only the activities you wish to do. Upick Apples choose from $7, $15, $25 bag of apples. You can find food menu prices by clicking the links above. We accept credit cards on all areas of the farm.
#6 – Parking: We have a whole crew on hand to help with parking on Saturday. Please follow their direction as they help you find a spot to park. We are located at 5717 N 300 W, Greenfield, IN 46140. For safety reasons, no parking will be available in the Farm Store parking lot this day. We will have a golf cart shuttle on hand for those needing transportation to the Farm Store. Please note you are coming to a farm. We recommend farm friendly attired.
#7 – No pets are permitted due to food safety regulations. Please leave pets at home.
Visit our website for more details about specific activities: https://www.indianapolisorchard.com/caramel-apple-festival/
Sunday, September 8th
This year’s Blues and BBQ on Sunday, September 8 is an absolutely can’t miss event! Not only will some of the best BBQ smokers in the area be on site, check out our award-winning musical lineup:
JOSEPH ‘MOJO’ MORGANFIELD | 1-2:15 PM
QUEEN DELPHINE AND THE CROWN JEWELS | 2:35-3:55 PM
GRACIE CURRAN/ HIGH FALUTIN BAND | 4:15-5:30
LIL’ ED AND THE BLUES IMPERIALS | 6-7:30 PM
Enjoy the music while pigging out on finger-lickin’ barbecue! Barbecue vendors to be announced.
Please visit or support our sponsors (we couldn’t host this event without them!): Hendricks Regional Health, Steg Plumbing, Walmart Brownsburg, Gentle Dentist, Active Family Chiropractic, Indiana Media Group, Brownsburg NAPA Auto Parts
Confirmed food vendors for Blues & BBQ 2019:
Brozinni’s Pizzeria, Meatface317, The Kickstand, Lazy J’s Kettle Corn, Kiki’s Concessions, Louise’s Sweets
There will be gravel and road routes, a shorter family route, live music, and food. We will have SAG support and stops on all routes. Food will be provided for all registered participants. Come and experience our scenic county and local hospitality. Plenty of shopping, hiking, swimming and other activities for the non-cyclists in the family. Escape to Parke County for the weekend!
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