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Historic Centerville’s annual Garden Tour will be on Saturday, July 11, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. and Sunday, July 12, from 11 a.m. until 4 p.m. There will be an ice cream social at the Mansion house at 214 East Main Street from noon until 5 p.m. The community is invited to the ice cream social.
Tickets will be $8 each and can be bought on the day of the tour or at the Centerville Library from Monday, July 6 through Friday, July 10. Tickets may be purchased by mail by sending a check written to Historic Centerville for the tickets and mailed to Myra Baldwin, 5035 Study Road, Centerville, IN 47330 – this must be received by Tuesday, July 7, in order to allow for tickets to be received in time. Include a SASE with the check. Mail this to Historic Centerville, PO Box 73, Centerville, IN 47330.
All monies from the ticket sales and the ice cream social will be used for the restoration and maintenance of the Mansion House and the Log Court House. Historic Centerville will be opening the Mansion House for tours on Saturdays beginning on June 6 from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. This will continue through September. Adult admission will be $2 and children will be $1.
The Wayne County Relay for Life is being held this weekend at the Wayne County fairgrounds to raise funds for cancer research and the American Cancer Society. The 24-hour walking event will begin Saturday morning at 9 AM with a survivor lap, and end Sunday morning at 9 AM.
For more information or to enter, click here.
Noble Order Brewing will be hosting their annual Viking Fest with live Celtic music, specialty food, time period vendor, Viking battles and more! Free admission.
DATE: June 13th
TIME: 3:00-10:00 p.m.
PLACE: 3415 National Rd W, Richmond, IN 47374 (JJWinery)
Stay tuned for more details in the coming weeks!!
InConcert Host’s Annual Fright Night in the Depot District October 24
Come if you dare to InConcert’s Fright Night in the Depot District on October 24. This be will be one frighteningly fun Halloween party! Come enjoy an all you can eat buffet with monster toes, witch’s brew and a lot more, ghoulish drink’s like Vampire’s Kiss, freakishly great music and frightfully fun scavenger hunt in the Depot District. Bring a team of four to sign up for the Depot District Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt for a chance to win cash prizes, bring a carved pumpkin for a chance to win cash prizes and of course, a costume contest, 50/50 raffle, silent auction and more! We’ve added new games and activities for this year’s party.
Good Time for a Good Cause
InConcert hosts events throughout the year to support more than 13 non-profits, and 100% of the ticket sales for Fright Night in the Depot District will be donated to non-profits. Complete details and advance tickets are available online at www.inconcertrichmond.com. Join us for a frightening good time at Fright Night in the Depot District.
What: Fright Night in the Depot District
When: October 24th
Where: 4th Floor Blues Club 923 N E Str. Richmond, Indiana
Cost: $10.00 in advance online www.inconcertrichmond.com or buy at the door $10.00 if in costume, $15.00 if not in costume. (come on…it’s a Halloween party, come dressed up!) 21 and over only. Includes all you can eat buffet, cash bar available but, is not included in the price of the ticket.
Fright Night in the Depot District Activities
• Depot District Spooktacular Scavenger Hunt: Register between 7:00 and 7:30, begins at 8pm. Teams of 4, chance to cash prizes. Complete details are available online at www.inconcertrichmond.com.
• Carved Pumpkin: Bring carved pumpkin, judging begins at 8:30pm. Chance to win cash or prizes.
• Costume Contest: Judging for scariest, most creative and sexiest. Chance to win cash or prizes.
For more information, visit www.inconcertrichmond.com
This year ALL times are on
Friday, October 31st
A large “Out of the Attic” sale will be held at the Mansion House and Log Courthouse lawn on Sept. 12 and 13. The sale is on Friday from 9-5 and Saturday, from 8-12. Location is the lawn at 214 E. Main, Centerville. There will be no early sales.
Odds and ends had been stored at the Historic House Museum that had nothing to do with the museum’s collection. Many other items have been donated for the sale. The items for sale are not museum artifacts. Careful consideration and care are always given to the artifacts and documents donated to Historic Centerville. Inc.
The sale includes vintage outdoor Christmas decorations, window screens and fans, and several old chairs. There are hand-made braided rugs and lengths of rug made on a loom. A solid wood round dining table, needs repair, antique quilting frames and household items, book and textiles and other unusual items are included.
The sale is for the benefit of the Log Courthouse and for the care of the museum’s collection. Contact 765-478-5251 for further information.
Historic Centerville, Inc., is hosting its 5th annual Garden and Home Tour on Saturday, July 12 from 9 – 4 and Sunday, July 13, from 11 – 4. This year’s gardens and home are in the Centerville area. There will be a city garden and 4 country gardens. One of the gardens features a man cave in a barn . There will also be a Petal and Stem Garden Club Boutique at one of the properties. The 1888 historic farm house on Willow Grove Road has been renovated by Charlie and Ruth Bane. Two of the gardeners are members of the Petal and Stem Garden Club.
Tickets will be $10 each and available at the Mansion House at 214 E Main Street in Centerville on the days of the event. Advance tickets will be available at the Centerville Library on East Main Street in Centerville or by mail by sending a check to Historic Centerville, PO Box 73, Centerville, IN 47330 by July 3. A self-addressed, stamped envelope needs to be included with the order.
There will be an ice cream social from noon to 5 each day. The public is invited to this event. Ice cream, pie, and drinks will be available at the Mansion House and those who purchase a tour ticket will receive a free drink. All items are ala carte. Pie will be $2.50, ice cream $2.00, and drinks will be 75 cents.
All proceeds go towards the maintenance and restoration of the Mansion House property which includes the Salisbury Court House.
The Salisbury Log Court House is over 200 years old and is the 1st Court House in Wayne County. It is in need of replacement logs that have been damaged by insects. We have a goal of $40,000 and so far have raised $17,000. Any contribution is greatly appreciated. Make all checks payable to Historic Centerville, PO Box 73, Centerville, IN 47330 noting it is for the Log Court House. All donations are tax deductible as Historic Centerville is a non-profit organization.
Call Myra Baldwin (977-5605) or Ruth Bane (855-5450) with any questions.
Thank you for your support and we hope you enjoy The Garden and Home Tour.
Lauralee Hites, InCONCERT
We are excited to announce our 9th annual Blast at the Underpass outdoor concert series. The Blast at the Underpass is InCONCERT’s signature event. We have been hosting this event year after year in the Depot District to celebrate July 4th. Please share with your readers this community event.
To know Tyler is to love him. To love him is to not see what makes him different, but embrace what makes him unique. You see, Tyler is not your average six-year-old. He was born with Down Syndrome. But don’t let having a disability fool you–Tyler is full of energy and life.
One of Tyler’s favorite sports is baseball. Recently, we were able to watch this tiny dynamo in action at his t-ball game at Centerville Youth League. We were witness to a little boy who, with pure and unadulterated joy, was playing with all the heart and soul he could muster. What was also refreshing was that other players and parents–and even those in the stands–cheered for Tyler. In that moment, he was a “normal” kid, not defined by his diagnosis.
After the game, we got the chance to talk to Tyler about how well he did. While you might not understand everything he says, the smile on his face is undeniable. This little guy loves baseball almost as much as he loves red sno-cones.
For a moment in time, Tyler is seen for who he is and not a child with Down Syndrome. To be able to enhance his quality of life by allowing him to play the sport he loves most is simply amazing. He is simply an amazing little boy. While we don’t know what the future holds, we do know that Tyler has touched so many lives just by being Tyler.
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A veteran pitcher and the speediest young player in Major League Baseball will take part on
Monday, May 12, in the annual Wernle Coaches for Kids golf event.
Golfers will have the opportunity to meet pitcher Mat Latos and rookie outfielder Billy
Hamilton during the event at Forest Hills Country Club.
To sign up as sponsor or a team, contact Marci or Jodi at Wernle by calling (765) 939-4575 or
visiting firstname.lastname@example.org. Individual golfers can sign up, too.
The event also will include an auction that will feature lots of sports-related memorabilia.
Latos has won 14 games in each of the last two seasons, while Hamilton is considered one of
the speediest players ever in the game.
May 12 is a day off on the Reds’ schedule.
They play homes games on Sunday against the Colorado Rockies and Tuesday against the San
The annual event is one of the top fund-raisers each year for the Wernle Youth & Family
Treatment Center. Wernle has served children of need in Richmond and the region for 135
years. It can house, treat, supervise and educate 75 young men at one time. A girls program is
starting soon on a campus that has expanded with new and renovated buildings.
Previous hosts of the golf event have included college basketball coaches Steve Alford of
UCLA and Mike Brey of Notre Dame, legendary NBA coach Del Harris and NBA player Ken
Barlow, and NCAA football stars Tony Rice, Pat Terrell and Allen Pickett from Notre Dame.
Wernle CEO Darrell Gordon was a starting linebacker on the 1988 Notre Dame football team,
the last Irish squad to win the championship.
Click Here for Team and Sponsorship Information
InCONCERT is excited to bring the very talented Reed Sisters Magic. These three sisters have been performing since the age of 3 with their family of magicians! They have traveled the world entertaining audiences of all ages. They will be bringing their award winning act and illusions to Richmond for two shows on Sunday May 4.
Date: May 4
Time: 1:45 Show (doors open at 1:00 pm) and 3:45 Show (Doors open at 3:30 pm)
Tickets: Available at www.inconcertrichmon.com or pick up tickets at Richmond’s YMCA
Cost: Kids $5.00 / Adults $7.00 or Family of 4 $20.00
Location: 4th Floor Blues Club