This is perhaps scheduled to be the busiest Halloween day on record! It probably helps that the 31st falls on a Friday this year, but regardless the reason for the heightened festivities, events will be happening all over Wayne County.
Along with all the regular Wayne County trick or treat schedules, in Cambridge City there will be a Halloween party at the “Stage Door” with games, snacks, face painting and more — from 8 p.m to midnight. Cost is 3.00 in costumes or 5.00/person without a costume. (this is a hint to wear a costume)
Also in Cambridge City there will be a Trunk or Treat at the Cambridge City Christian Church, from 6-8 p.m. on Church and Foote Street. Prizes, treats, candy and more will be the safe alternative for kids at this site.
Centerville Elementary will be home to the annual Lions Club Halloween party in the gym with games, prizes and more, during trick or treat hours on Friday, October 31.
In Richmond, the annual Halloween Cancer walk will be taking place with sign up at 6:00 p.m. at the American Legion Post 65. The walk starts at 7:00 and is 10.00 per walker. All proceeds will go towards Cancer aid and research.
There are other trunk or treat events at area churches in Richmond, including the Presbyterian Church on A Street, during trick or treat hours. (if you have an event to share, please comment below).
Please watch out for the little ghouls as they cross streets
Add reflective tape to your kids costumes
Check all candy before letting your child dive in
Have kids stay on sidewalks whenever possible
If you are giving out non-food treats, please post a sign so families know that their kids with allergies can also enjoy a treat
Only go to houses with a front porch light on
Make sure an adult or older child is with young children
Make sure kids have a clear view of the ground from their mask/costume
Have a safe & Happy Halloween!
From the staff of GoWayneCounty.com
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
The leaves are telling us the season is in full swing, and there are things to do all over Wayne County to celebrate Fall! Check it out:
Tonight (October 17) from 6 -7 p.m. Food, glow in the dark fun and games. Free, no registration required.
Starting tonight (October 17) from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. A not- too- frightening fun time for the whole family! Papa Murphy’s pizza, story telling by Ghouliana, spooky book readers and more. Come in costume if you wish…Cost 5.00 adults, 3.00 children 3-17. 2 and under Free. You can also enjoy this event on 10/18, 10/24 & 10/25.
Dougherty Orchard: Animals & Fall Fun
The orchard is open weekdays from 10 – 6 pm and Sunday noon to 6:00. Enjoy all your Fall favorites including apple dumplings, mini cinnamon donuts, fresh apples, pumpkins, gourds and feed the animals in the large petting area. Always a great family tradition. This year little ones can enjoy an apple ride. No entry fee. Individual costs for food, and feeding animals apply.
Get out this weekend this weekend and enjoy the Fall colors!
This year ALL times are on
Friday, October 31st
If you are like us…we just love a good festival. And the annual Oktoberfest in the Depot District never disappoints! Packed with great German food and drinks in the beer garden, live music, activities for the kids at Richmond Furniture Gallery and so much more.
The members of the Depot group really know how to organize a great festival that gets bigger every year. (We even have family coming from out of town to enjoy the experience). So pass the word…it’s tomorrow!
WANTED: Vendors with unique food, antiques, local handmade items, or art are wanted for the annual Oktoberfest in the Historic Depot District, Richmond IN. If you are interested please contact Rick or Samantha at 765 966 3614. The date is September 27, 2014 10am – 7pm. There will be food, a beer garden, live music, games, and other local vendors.
Also you can be a sponsor of this event at levels of 2,500.00 (headline sponsor), 1,500.00 (stage sponsor), or 500.00 (billboard sponsor). Call Rick Parker for more information on being a sponsor at the number above, or Norene Groth at 765-238-1766.
Moving Sale…Bon Voyage!
So one of the nicer things about having a family-run website is that we get to post things like this.
I’ve written for the site for about four years now and have posted over 600 blog posts and have never thought of promoting something personal. But I just remembered–we can do that.
We’d like to ask you all to support our wonderful niece and great niece in their long awaited dream which is now a reality–moving to California. Kaitlin is graduating from the radiology program at Reid this week and in just a couple of weeks will be heading for California.
We are so proud of all her hard work and dedication towards her education and her plans to move. She must have been born a “California girl” because after her first visit there –it was in her blood. And then meeting her fiancé was a bonus. We do have a lot to offer here in Wayne County, but for those like Kaitlin who long for the ocean and sun–it’s a great fit.
This Sunday is a big Moving Sale to help them along their way and to lighten their load (they are packing all they need in a car). So if you want some great deals on furniture, clothes, books, lamps, just about anything–you won’t want to miss this sale!
And you’ll be helping with a great adventure that has been a long time in coming for Kaitlin and Ella (and Christopher). The sale is at 3585 Pleasant View Rd, this Sunday from 1-3 p.m.(also the address of Yellow Kitty Hair Salon–another family plug). We hope to see you there from 1-3 p.m. and make sure you congratulate our girl on a job well done!
is an awards ceremony which honors people at four levels (national, local, alumni and philanthropist) who have made a significant positive impact on the lives of youth.
Tim Brown of the Oakland Raiders
This year’s national honoree is Tim Brown of the Oakland Raiders. The first wide receiver to win the Heisman Trophy, Brown has helped over 5 million children as a mentor and educator. “In 1995, Brown became the National Chairman of Athletes & Entertainers for Kids and the related 9-1-1 for Kids.” These efforts have helped children and teens through mentoring and educational programs.
In addition to the awards ceremony, Catalyst includes both a dinner and auction on September 25, 2014, 5:30-9:00pm at Forest Hills Country Club. The cost is $100 for individuals $700 for a table of eight. For reservations call 765-939-4565 or email email@example.com
Proceeds from the dinner and auction will benefit Wernle Children’s Home in Richmond IN.
G101.3 will start broadcasting for Freedom Jam, sponsored by First Bank Richmond, on the hill July 4th, at 4:00 p.m. with live music starting at 5:30.
Fireworks will begin at 10:00 p.m. on Roosevelt Hill.
Cambridge City Fireworks Display
Where: Creitz Park, Cambridge City, Indiana
Fountain City Fireworks Display
Where: East Ball Diamond, Fountain City Road
Centerville Bicentennial Fireworks Display
This year Centerville will kick off their Bicentennial celebration with the July 4th fireworks at dusk. Also, earlier in the day in the soccer fields there will be family fun starting in the early afternoon.
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.