Last 2 Days of Wayne County 4H Fair! See Friday & Saturday’s Event Schedule Here!

Friday, June 24

LIVESTOCK SALE DAY 

Highlights:

4-H Livestock Sale of Champions Auction – 11 AM

Phillip Fox Band – 7:30 PM @ Free Stage

Mud Bog – 7 PM Fireworks @ Dark

Details of ALL Events for Friday:

9 AM – 9 PM 4-H Open Class Exhibits – Kuhlman Center

11 AM 4-H Livestock Sale of Champions Auction

1 PM Mark Abbati living statue – @ Livestock Auction www.joyunspeakable.net

5 PM till Closing Poor Jack Amusements – Armbands $17.00 – 2016 Wayne County 4-H Members With Card $7.00

5 PM Mark Abbati living statue – @ Daily Sponsor Tent www.joyunspeakable.net

5 – 8 PM Special Event – First Bank Tent 6 PM Antique Tractor Parade

7 PM Mud Bog (John Lackey 765-993-5775)

7:30 PM Phillip Fox Band – Country Fried Rock n’ Roll – Free Stage – www.phillipfoxband.com

8 PM Mark Abbati living statue – roaming the fairgrounds www.joyunspeakable.net DARK FIREWORKS Saturday, June 25 LAST DAY OF FUN!!! FREE HEALTH CHECK!

9:30 AM 4-H Tractor Operator’s Contest – at north end of fairgrounds

9 AM Open Dairy Show (Daune Hill 765-847-2987)

12 – 5 PM Lifestyle Expo with FREE Health Screenings. Sponsored by the Richmond Seventh Day Adventist Church Learn your health age and lifestyle changes leading to longer life – Sheep Barn

1 PM – Sunday AM Wayne County Amateur Radio display & communicating by Hamm Radio – Public Welcome to come learn and talk with other Hamm Radios around the world!

4 PM Bubble Fun Run – Free Stage – Free Entry with non-perishable item

5 PM Back Draft Band – Free Stage

5 PM till Closing Poor Jack Amusements – Armbands $17.00

7 PM Demolition Derby – Cars, Lawnmowers & Kids Power Wheels (John Lackey 765-993-5775 or Billy Rose 765-730-3676)

Saturday, June 25

LAST DAY OF FUN!!! FREE HEALTH CHECK!

Highlights:

Free Health Screenings – Sheep Barn – 12-5 PM

Hamm Radio starting at 1 PM @ First Bank Tent Back

Draft Band 5 pm @ Free Stage

Demolition Derby – 7 PM

Details of ALL Events for Saturday:

9:30 AM 4-H Tractor Operator’s Contest – at north end of fairgrounds

9 AM Open Dairy Show (Daune Hill 765-847-2987)

12 – 5 PM Lifestyle Expo with FREE Health Screenings. Sponsored by the Richmond Seventh Day Adventist Church Learn your health age and lifestyle changes leading to longer life – Sheep Barn

1 PM – Sunday AM Wayne County Amateur Radio display & communicating by Hamm Radio – Public Welcome to come learn and talk with other Hamm Radios around the world!

4 PM Bubble Fun Run – Free Stage – Free Entry with non-perishable item

5 PM Back Draft Band – Free Stage

5 PM till Closing Poor Jack Amusements – Armbands $17.00

7 PM Demolition Derby – Cars, Lawnmowers & Kids Power Wheels (John Lackey 765-993-5775 or Billy Rose 765-730-3676)

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Thursday’s Wayne County Fair Events – Kids Day, College Day & More Great Entertainment!

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Thursday, June 23

COLLEGE DAY – FREE PARKING WITH COLLEGE ID

KIDS DAY – ARMBAND SPECIAL STARTS AT 12 NOON!

Highlights:

Kids Day – 12 Noon to 4:30 – Armband Special – $12

3 Bar J – 7 Event Rodeo – 7 PM

Dixon Dancers – 6:00 PM @ Free Stage

Silly Safaris – 5:30 & 7:30 PM @ First Bank Tent

Colt Douglas – 7:30 @ Free Stage

Detailed Schedule of ALL Events:

9 AM 4-H Dairy Show

9 AM – 9 PM 4-H Open Class Exhibits – Kuhlman Center

12 NOON – 4:30 PM Kids Day – Poor Jack Amusements – Armbands Special $12.00

2 PM – 4 PM Free Craft (while supplies last!) by Paint the Town – First Bank Tent

2 PM – 5 PM Free Fossil Dig & Nature Fun by Joseph Moore Museum – First Bank Tent 3 PM 4-H Horse & Pony – Fun & Games 5 PM till Closing Poor Jack Amusements – Armbands $17.00

5:30 PM Silly Safari (Animal Show) – First Bank Tent 6 PM Supreme Showman – Horse Arena Opening Ceremony, Then completed in Livestock Show Arena

6 PM Antique Tractor Parade & Games Following at the Antique Tractor Area

6 PM Free Kiddie Tractor Pull – FFA Fun Barn

6 PM – 7 PM Dixon Dancers – Free Stage

7 PM 3 Bar J – Seven Event rodeo – IPRA-Rodeo.com (Mike Johnson 937-459-7352)

7 PM Adult Pedal Tractor Pull – In front of antique tractor display

7:30 PM Silly Safari (Animal Show) – First Bank Tent

7:30 PM Colt Douglas Acoustic Show – Free Stage Evening Mark Abbati Living Statue – roaming the fairgrounds (www.joyunspeakable.net) Battle of the Barns – Following Supreme Showman in Livestock Show Arena

For a FULL listing of all activities to print for the entire fair, click HERE

List of Wednesday’s Events at the Wayne County Fairgrounds – Idol Finals & More!

Wednesday, June 22

“SR. CITIZEN DAY” Free Parking For Seniors Only (55 & Over)

Highlights:

Wayne County Idol Finals – 6 PM @ Free Stage

Truck / Tractor Pull – 7 PM

Details of ALL Events for Wednesday:

7 AM Jr. Leaders Breakfast – Kuhlman Center Kitchen

9 AM 4-H Pet Show – TBA

9 AM 4-H Cat Show – TBA

9 AM – 9 PM 4-H Open Class Exhibits – Kuhlman Center

10 AM 4-H Goat Show – Meat Wether’s & Meat Goats – Raper Center

12 PM 4-H Beef Show – Grooming, Showmanship, Minis, and Heifers (Show Order)

4 PM- 8 PM Bicentennial Event – First Bank Tent 5 PM till Closing Poor Jack Amusements – Armbands $17.00

5:30 PM Color Guard Grand Entry – 4-H Horse & Pony Show – Versatility 6 PM FamJam – a character ed. family show – First Bank Tent

6 PM Wayne County Idol FINALS – Free Stage – Sponsored by Kicks 96

6 PM 4-H Steer Show – Dairy Feeder, Dairy Steer, Dairy Rate of Gain, Beef Rate of Gain, Beef Feeder, Beef Steer (Show Order)

6 PM Antique Tractor Parade & Games Following at the Antique Tractor Area

7 PM Truck & Tractor Pull (Kyle Schlechty 937- 459-0229 Darke Co. Puller Rules or John Lackey 765-993-5775) Hoosier Homestead Families Honored for Bicentennial Evening Mark Abbati Living Statue – roaming the fairgrounds (www.joyunspeakable.net)

For a FULL listing of all activities to print for the entire fair, click HERE

Wayne County 4H Fair Events for Monday-RIDES Opening and Much More!

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Monday, June 20

OPENING NIGHT FOR POOR JACK AMUSEMENTS 

CELEBRATING 50 YEARS!

Highlights:

Kicks 96 Live Broadcast with Poor Jack Amusements – 4 PM

Car Show – 5 PM

Kuhlman Center Parking Lot Mud Race – 7 PM

String Party Band – 7:30 pm @ Free Stage

DETAILS OF ALL ACTIVITIES & EVENTS for Monday June 20th:

8 AM 4-H Poultry Show – Raper Center

9 AM 4-H Horse & Pony – Dressage & Jumping

9 AM – 9 PM 4-H Open Class Exhibits – Kuhlman Center

2 PM 4-H Swine Show

4 PM – 6 PM Kicks 96 Live Broadcast Celebrating Poor Jack’s 50th Anniversary

5 PM – 8 PM Car Show – Cruz in the County Fair – Kuhlman Center Parking Lot (Enter West Gate-Show Cars Only) FREE ENTRY (Mark Mendenhall 765-886-5506)

5 PM till Closing Poor Jack Amusements – Armbands $17.00 5:30 PM Color Guard Grand Entry –

4-H Horse & Pony – Special Skills

5 – 8 PM Indiana Bicentennial Event – First Bank Tent

6 PM Goat and Poultry Dress up Parade – Raper Center

6 PM Corn Hole (Just come and play, no tourney) – FFA Building 6 PM Antique Tractor Parade

7 PM Mud Race – Track Side – (www.koidragracing.com Lewis 859-576-7380)

7:30 PM Entertainment – Free Stage Evening Mark Abbati Living Statue – roaming the fairgrounds (www.joyunspeakable.net)

For a FULL listing of all activities to print for the entire fair, click HERE

Opening Weekend Events at the Wayne County Fairgrounds

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Saturday, June 18 FAMILY FUN NIGHT 

Highlights:

Wayne County Idol 5 PM @ Free Stage

Hot Air Balloon Launch –7 PM

ATV/Truck Drags – 7 PM

Movie “Minions” @ 8:30 PM

Karaoke Time Following Idol @ Free Stage Night-

Glow Hot Air Balloons – 9 -10PM

DETAILS OF ALL ACTIVITIES & EVENTS for Saturday June 18th:

9 AM 4-H Horse & Pony – Western Show

4 PM – 9 PM 4-H Open Class Exhibits Open – Kuhlman Center

5 PM Wayne County Idol – Free Stage – Sponsored by Kicks 96

5 PM – 9 PM FREE Laser Tag and 28 ft Slide – Heartbreakers Entertainment

7 PM Flag Raising – trackside by Veterans

7 PM ATV/Truck Drags Racing – KOI Drag Racing – www.koidragracing.com – 859-576-7380 6 PM Meet the Queen and her Court – First Bank Tent 6 PM Open Sheep Show – (IJCLC website)

7 PM Launch of Hot Air Balloons – Salisbury Road Parking Lot across from the Fair Grounds

7:30 PM Karaoke Time – Free Stage

9 PM – 10 PM Night Glow of Hot Air Balloons – Salisbury Road Parking Lot across from Fair Grounds

8:30 PM FREE Outdoor Movie Night “Minions” Partnered with Richmond Parks Department @ Raper Center

 

Sunday, June 19 FREE PARKING ALL DAY 

Highlights:

“the church” service – 11 AM –

Free Stage Little Miss & Mister Contest – 2 PM @ Free Stage

Special Music – 4 PM – 8 PM @ Free Stage

Moto Cross Racing – 5 PM

Horse Pull – 7 PM – FREE Admission

DETAILS OF ALL ACTIVITIES & EVENTS for Sunday June 19th:

9 AM 4-H Dog Show – Raper Center

10 AM Color Guard Grand Entry – 4-H Horse & Pony – English Show

11 AM – 12:30 PM “the church” service from Hagerstown – Anton Payne – www.thechurchmovement.com

1 PM – 9 PM 4-H Open Class Exhibits – Kuhlman Center

12 PM Moto Cross Registration and Practice (Matt Baker 765-541-9170)

2 PM 4-H Rabbit Ambassadors, Showmanship, Doe Litter & Fur Class

1 PM Registration starts for Little Miss & Mister ages 6 months – 6 years – Free Stage see website for forms or email kafouche@frontier.com or call/text at 765-914-6771 2 PM Little Miss & Mister Contest – Free Stage

2 PM – 4 PM FREE Ice Cream Social – First Bank Tent – Sponsored by Stegall-Berheide-Orr Funeral Home

4 PM FamJam – a character ed. family show – Free Stage

4:30-5 PM Bank Tent (Sandy House 765-886-5400)

5 PM Moto Cross Racing Track (Matt Baker 765-541-9170)

5 PM & 7 PM Special Music – Free Stage 5:30 PM Open Swine Show (Ryan Drake 765-541-2366)

6 PM FamJam – a character ed. family show – Free Stage

7 PM Billy Bales Memorial Horse Pull (Patty Bales 765-993-1240)

For a FULL listing of all activities to print for the entire fair, click HERE

 

Wayne County 4H Fair Special Attractions

Lots of events happening all day and night from June 18-25 at the Wayne County Fairgrounds!

Here’s just a taste of the Special Attractions…. Stay tuned for daily updates and details on ALL events!!

  • 4H FairSpecial Attractions!Free Daily Entertainment @ the Free Stage
  • Poor Jacks Amusements June 20-25
  • Antique Tractor & Machinery Show June 18-24
  • Animal Oasis Exotic Petting Zoo & Pony Rides and “Birds Encounter” June 18-25
  • Model Train Display – Richmond Area Railroaders June 18-25
  • Display of Impact Car – People Against Impaired Driving June 18-25
  • Master Gardeners & Landscaping Exhibit June 18-24
  • Mechanical Bull June 23-25
  • Fireworks June 24
  • FFA Fund Barn Events June 18-24
  • Mark Abbati “Living Statue” June 20-24

For a FULL Schedule of ALL Events, Click HERE

SEE YOU THERE!!!!!

 

Wayne County 4H Fair Schedule!!

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The much anticipated annual Wayne County 4H Fair is starting THIS weekend!

Fun-filled Things to Do and See All Day Long and Exciting Events Every Evening!

Come back daily to GoWayneCounty or our Facebook Page for Daily Event Details!!

Download the full schedule by clicking image above or HERE!!

Bloom & Glow is Coming!

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Do you love hot air balloons and roses?  Then you will be excited to hear that the annual BLOOM & GLOW is coming June 8, 2016, to the Glen Miller Rose Garden & former golf course.

The event starts at 6:30 p.m. and will run until dusk when the balloons will be lit up causing an amazing glow over the former golf course.  (Those who want to see the balloon glow only should arrive after 8:00 p.m.)  Live music will add to the ambiance of the evening, provided by local musician Pat O’Neal.

Tickets for the food and soft drinks, which will be provided by five local caterers, will be $20, and  will be sold in advance.  Food will be served from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m., however there is no cost to attend the balloon glow at dusk.  Wine and beer will be available for purchase as well.

You can get updates on the rose garden on Facebook (search for Richmond Rose Garden Inc.)  For tickets and information: please contact Ann Herrman, event chairman, (765) 962-8914.

This annual event raises money for the Rose Garden and is a celebration of this unique Wayne County tourism treasure that draws visitors each year to our area.  It has also been a favorite venue for weddings and other celebrations for local residents.

  • Location:  2500 block East Main Street, Richmond
  • When:   Wednesday, June 8, 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (food will be available from 6:30- 8:30 p.m.)
  • Tickets are available at the Wayne County Convention & Tourism Bureau’s Welcome Center, 5701 National Road E., Richmond. They are also available from event committee members.  This event is open to the public.

5th Annual Richmond Zombie Walk This Sunday!

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Robbing Zombie

The “5th Annual Richmond Zombie Walk” will be held at Townsend Community Center 855 N 12th St. Richmond, IN on Sunday, November 8th from 4-6 p.m.

The tradition lives on in Richmond, where once a year, the locals dress up like Zombies and have a fun filled evening on the town, walking in typical Zombie fashion, while donating and raising awareness for those in need. This year the Zombie Walk is being organized by Jeremy Bartley in collaboration with Townsend Community Center.

The event will include vendors, a Thriller Flash Mob, Costume Contest, an outdoor movie at the end location, and more! Cost to participate in the Zombie walk is 2 unexpired canned food items, although additional donations are more than welcome and very much appreciated. All donated items will go to various food pantries and community based services that help those in need!

Organized by: Jeremy Bartley in collaboration with Townsend Community Center Website: https://www.facebook.com/Richmond-Zombie-Walk-461905690495812/timeline

Trick or Treat Times October 31, 2015

trickortreatHere are your Trick or Treat & Trunk or Treat Times for Wayne County and surrounding areas!!

October 31, 2015

TRICK OR TREAT TIMES

Boston: 5:30-7:30 p.m. 

Cambridge City: 6-8 p.m.

Centerville: 5-7 p.m.

College Corner, Ohio: 6-8 p.m.

Dublin: 6-8 p.m.

Farmland: 6-8 p.m.

Fountain City: 5-7 p.m.

Greens Fork: 6-8 p.m.

Hagerstown: 6-8:30 p.m.

Liberty: 6-8 p.m.

Milton: 6-8 p.m.

New Paris, Ohio: 6-8 p.m.

Parker City: 6-8 p.m.

Richmond: 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Webster: 5-7 p.m. Oct. 31

 

West College Corner: 6-8 p.m.

Winchester: 5-8 p.m.

TRUNK OR TREAT PLACES & TIMES

 

 

 

The Journey Life Center: 5-7:30 p.m., 2301 Pleasant View Road, Richmond

Centerville United Methodist Church: 5-7 p.m., 112 Morton Ave., Centerville

Reid Church parking lot at North B and 11th streets: 5-7 p.m.

Faith-Trinity United Methodist Church: 5:30-7:30 p.m., 2900 W. Main St., Richmond

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church: 5:30-7:30 p.m., 121 S. 18th St., Richmond.

First United Methodist Church: 5:30 -7:30 p.m., 318 National Road W., Richmond

Cambridge City Christian Church: 6-8 p.m., 106 W. Church St., Cambridge City

3rd Annual Fright Night in the Depot District

fright_night_depot_districtInConcert Host’s Annual Fright Night in the Depot District October 24

Richmond, Indiana, October 5, 2015:  Join InConcert for our 3rd annual Fright Night in the Depot District on October 24, 2015.  This year is a Rocky Horror Picture Show theme!  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, and don’t forget our famous costume contest and more games for a chance to win prizes! 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, 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.

Details:

What: Fright Night in the Depot District

When:  October 24th

Where: 1ST Floor at 923 N E Str. Richmond, Indiana (in the old Depot District Market)

Time:  7:00pm

Cost:  $10.00 in advance online www.inconcertrichmond.com,  through one of our participating non-profits, local distribution locations 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.

More Information: Visit www.inconcertrichmond.com

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 inconcertrichmond.com.
  • Costume Contest: Judging for scariest, most creative and sexiest.  Chance to win cash or prizes.

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Hoosier-Buckeye Challenge at Clear Creek Park, Richmond IN

Press release, GWC

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Alan Francis, reigning world champion pitcher in Class A 2015, at the Greenville OH tournament 2015. Karole Passmore, GWC

Competitive horseshoe pitchers from all over Indiana and Ohio will converge on the Richmond Clear Creek courts, Saturday, August 8, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

Class A competition starts at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, and will include players from Plainfield, Kennard, Williamsburg, New Castle, Fountain City, Muncie, Hope, and Arcanum Ohio. Pitchers include Julia Charlton, with a ringer percentage of 58.86, who is a local teacher from Centerville Indiana and one of the top female pitchers in Indiana. The highest percentage for this class of pitchers tomorrow is Phil Gross, from Plainfield Indiana, with a 71.31 percentage.

Class B will take the courts at 2:00 p.m. and includes John Passmore, who is organizing the annual tournament again this year. John has pitched competitively since he was 11 years old, and in his younger years pitched alongside his father at the Clear Creek courts. Horseshoe pitching has been a passion for John, who in his heyday was at the top of the game, winning world tournaments or placing high at a young age. While living in the DC area, Passmore was asked to instruct the then- President George W. Bush in the fundamentals of the game. He spent an afternoon at the White House doing just that, always happy to teach the art of the game to anyone who is interested and honored that is was a sitting President. He also was instrumental in forming leagues and designing courts in the Maryland area.

Class C will also play at 2:00 p.m., and Class D will pitch at 10:00 a.m. alongside the Class A pitchers. Some of the pitchers in the tournment are well-seasoned, having pitched for decades. All pitchers must complete three tournaments prior to the State Horseshoe Tournament in September in order to compete at State level.

If you have never experienced this level of competitive horseshoes before, this is your chance to see some masters at work. The sound of horseshoes hitting the stakes can be a relaxing and exciting experience all at once. The court area is nicely shaded for those who want to enjoy an afternoon watching top notch horseshoe pitching.

Refreshments will be available to purchase for spectators and players, beginning at noon, and will include lemonade, hot dogs, chips and cookies. Come on down and enjoy a great American pastime, while seeing some of the best pitchers Indiana has to offer!

2015 Historic Centerville Garden Tour

Centerville Garden Tour

Come and see what can be done with a small city yard!

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.

Come and see what can be done with a small city yard

Come and see what can be done with a small city yard!

Wayne County Relay for Life This Weekend

relay for lifeThe 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.

 

Save the Date – Viking Fest Coming!

vikingsFestNoble 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!!

 

2nd Annual Cruise In for Critters & Pet Parade!

carshow2015On May 16th, 2nd Chance Animal Rescue we will be having their 2nd annual car show and pet parade. They will have local vendors, food, games, a dunk tank, pie in face, face painting, and raffles in addition to the cars and animals. They will also doing a balloon launch where people can attach letters to their pets that have crossed the rainbow bridge.All money raised will go towards helping more animals find their “furever” homes. The car show and pet parade will take place from 5:30pm-9pm and everyone is welcome!

Download the full flyer here: car show flyer2015

2nd Chance Animal Rescue, is a nonprofit animal shelter – the only no-kill shelter without any paid employees in Wayne County!  They run solely off of donations from the community. Which means every penny they get goes directly towards the care of the animals (medication, shots, spay/neuter, etc.).

Come on and join the fun while helping a wonderful cause!
Additional Details:
They are also holding an adoption event with special adopt prices that day.
Winners of the car show and the best dressed pet will get a trophy.Location: 2905 US 35 North
Rain date: May 23rd