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
Submitted by: Lauralee Hites
INCONCERT HOSTS ANNUAL PARTY!
It’s our annual New Year’s Eve party hosted by InCONCERT at the 4th Floor Blues Club. We have Fingertrip band playing, party favors, all you can eat buffet and a champagne toast at midnight. Tickets are $25.00 and must be over 21. All tickets sales benefit more than 12 area non-profits. FREE ride home within Richmond city limits in the Blues Mobile. Come celebrate the new year with InCONCERT.
When: December 31st, 2013
Time: Doors open at 8:00pm
Where: 4th Floor Blues Club
Saturday, Sept. 28 from 10am-7pm
Sunday, Sept. 29th from 11am-5pm
Come to the Historic Richmond Depot District for Great Food, Fun and Festivities during the Oktoberfest Celebration ! There will be loads of FREE fun for the entire family!
- Huge Street Fair featuring Local Handmade Arts, Crafts & Antiques
- Free Live Music at Little Sheba’s Restaurant and the 4th Floor Blues Club Parking Lot
- Beer Garden featuring New Boswell Brewing Company – Richmond’s first brewery in over 100 years!
- Model Trains by the Richmond Railroader Society at Richmond Furniture Gallery
- Free Kids Train Bouncer at Richmond Furniture Gallery
- Free Professional Kids Face Painting at Richmond Furniture Gallery
- Poker Run
- Mural Tours
- Amazing Bed Races
- Ice Cream
- And Much, Much More!
Be sure to be in the 4th Floor Blues Beer garden outdoors at 1:00 on Saturday for some extra “surprise” fun!!
Booth and Vendor space is still available. Email Natalie@RichmondFurnitureGallery.com for vendor application
Do you like live music? How about magic? Want to take in a live musical by local actors and vocalists? Do you have a child who loves the American Girl Dolls? You can enjoy all these and more this weekend.
To get a full run-down you can visit our GoWayneCounty.com calendar. But here are some of the highlights:
Little Sheba’s will host “The Singing Fireman” Brian Benedict at 6:30 p.m.
Moment’s Notice will be playing at Common Grounds Coffee House at 7:00 p.m. (jazz)
Little Sheba’s will host Sean Lamb at 6:30 p.m.
E Street Pub will feature “So Sayeth” & Jawspread starting at 8:00 p.m.
Tomorrow at 4th Floor Blues as part of the InConcert series magician Travis Sims of “Extreme Entertainment” will entertain both children and adults. For children there are two shows at 3:30 and 5:30. Tickets are 5.00 for the kids shows. And then for the adults you can get tickets for shows following in the evening. Doors open at 8:30 p.m. and tickets for the adult show are 15.00. A local magician will perform prior to Drew’s appearance. Food will be available for the kids shows and an open bar for the adults later at the evening show. Contact Maria Mitrione’s for more information. Proceeds benefit 11 non-profits in Wayne County.
Beauty And The Beast by the RHS Players both Saturday night and Sunday. See poster for more information.
American Girl: Kit Kittridge
On Saturday, at the Centerville Public Library, you can make someone very happy by taking them to see a program that is centered around one of the favorite American Girl Dolls and her life. This event is from 2-4 p.m. and free to the public.
The InConcert Series At The 4th Floor Blues Club- New Years Party
will offer live music and entertainment at the 4th Floor Blues Club tonight. Featured musicians are: Gil Puckett as well as the Jonny Hazard Band. Doors open at 7:00 pm, tickets are 25.00 each which includes a buffet and champaigne toast. Proceeds for this event help to support 12 non-profits in Wayne County. Tickets can be purchased at Joe’s Pizza, Little Sheba’s, Wayne County Tourism or any of the non-profits supported by the InConcert Series.
New Year’s Eve At The Holiday Inn- Update: Cancelled (see details)
Moment’s Notice, a local jazz group favorite, will play live this evening at the new HolidayInn. From 6-9 a prime rib buffet will be served and from 9-12 p.m. will be an open bar. There will also be a champaigne toast at midnight. For reservations you can call: 765-488-1975. ***This event has been cancelled due to a low number of reservations. However, they will be serving a regular meal from 6-11 p.m. and people are welcome to come and stay the night – no reservations needed for the dinner. Live music will not be available.
Ring In The New Year With a ’60s bash at the VFW Kirk Little Post
New Year’s Eve Bowling Parties At 40 Bowl
Tonight you can reserve a lane for your family from 6- 8 p.m. with a 59.99 package which includes 2 pizzas, refillable soft drinks, 2 hours of bowling, shoes, and more. Must call ahead or go in to reserve your spot. Arrival time is 5:30 p.m.
Later, the older crowd can enjoy a late night bowling party starting at 9:00 p.m. Reservations are not needed but will be on a first come basis. Cost is per person.
Staying In Tonight?: Joe’s Pizza Has A Dish For Your Party
Joe’s will be closing at 3:00 p.m. today, but will have dishes available for your party at home. Offerings include their signature Calzones, Roscoe’s Rescue, pizzas & more! Call in or drive by for some yummy additions to your party tonight.
Visit any of your locally owned cafes and restaurants to pick up dishes for your party while buying local and supporting our shop owners.
Have a happy and safe New Year’s Eve!
The InCONCERT Series Presents
The Scissormen on Saturday, April 7th, 2012 at the 4th Floor Blues Club.
The opening band will be- Jonny Hazard, featuring Randy & Brian Baker. Tickets are $15/person and attenders must be 21. Food & Cash Bar will be available. Tickets and more information are available at Maria Mitrione’s Italian Market, or call 765-966-5654.
The InConcert series helps to support at least 11 non-profits in the Wayne County area. By attending, you will not only enjoy yourself, you are also helping good causes in the area.
RHS Shamrock Run/Walk
5K Walk/Run March 17, 2012 10 a.m. Tiernan Center – Richmond High School (380 Hub Etchison Parkway) http://www.speedy-feet.com/races.php
Rhythm Of The Dance
At Civic Hall Richmond IN. March 17, 2012. This two-hour dance and music extravaganza contains a wealth of talent derived from all areas of Irish life, including three tenorsand a full cast of dancers. The show is an inspiring epic, reliving the journey of the Irish Celts throughout history. Using the traditional and modern arts of dance (ballet, modern dance, jazz) and music, this richly costumed show marries the contemporary and the ancient. Combining traditional Irish dance and music with the most up to date stage execution, the show is a thousand year old story presented as a modern day stage show. Don’t miss this wonderful evening of song and dance at Civic Hall on St. Patrick’s Day!
St Patrick’s Day: Blue Sacrifice At 4th Floor Blues Club
4th Floor Blues Club as part of the InCONCERT series March 17th – St. Patty’s Day
Doors open at 6:30pm
No tickets needed – but will be taking donations at the door.
Reserved tables are $100
Any other events taking place for St Patrick’s Day in O’Wayne County? Let us know and we’ll post them here. Have a safe and happy weekend!
4th Floor Blues Club Presents:
Reggae, Rhythm & Jazz Concert: Friday, April 15 , 6:30 p.m. A benefit for Sunrise Therapeutic Riding Center. Earlham College Rhythm Project and Latin Jazz Ensemble perform followed by Gizzae, a sizzling Chicago Reggae band. Food available for purchase by Catering by Buffy. Tickets are $15.00, or $12.50 each for table of 8. Call Sunrise at 935-4291 to purchase tickets or make reservations.
RHS Boys Varsity Game and Special Halftime Show:
Saturday 01/18/2011 at 7:30 p.m. RHS will take on Muncie Burris.
The halftime performance will include elementary students who participated in the Devilette Clinic on Saturday morning. They will perform a dance routine they learned together. Should be fun to watch!
“Is my first duty to myself and my family, or should I consider the entire younger generation as being ‘all my sons’?”
In Arthur Miller’s compelling play this question arises because during World War II, with his attention on making a profit, a businessman knowingly sent faulty airplane parts to the U.S. military– risking not only his son’s life but the lives of many other parents’ sons. Show times are: February 18, 19, 20, 25 & 26th. Friday and Saturday shows at 7:30 p.m. Sunday Matinee is at 1:00 p.m. Call box office for more information and to reserve tickets. Also see the wall of honor displayed at the theatre honoring current military and veterans from our area.
February 19 at 8:30 -Alison and Stephanie (Cope Center) will host a Green and Healthy Families workshop at First English Lutheran Church – Breakfast provided by Jen Ferrell of Who Cooks For You. The program is FREE and is open to parents, expecting parents, grandparents, babysitters, nannies, and anyone interested in providing a healthy lifestyle for children in their lives. email firstname.lastname@example.org to register!
Saturday, February 19th – Starting at 6pm. In the 4th Floor Blues Club above Mitriones. Tickets are $15 per person. Meal is served family style and you won’t leave hungry! Entertainment will be provided by Sean Lamb. Tickets must be purchased in advance. All proceeds go to InCONCERT which supports several non profits in Wayne County. Please call 765-939-4152 for reservations. Must be 21.
For more events this weekend go to GoWayneCounty.com/calendar for the full list…have a great weekend!
(Read a full list of ideas for your Valentine at the GWC Valentines blog, highlighting local businesses for Valentines Weekend)
Join us at Common Grounds Coffeehouse this Friday, February 11th from 7:00 to 10:00 pm to hear local Christian artist and guitar player Brian Wallen. Brian has performed at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville TN and other venues such as the Minnetrista Cultual Center and the Metamora Music Festival. He has released 15 CD’s.
Swingsation Salsa Night Benefit Concert
Friday, January 11, 8-10 p.m in the Dining Hall in the Runyan Center. Earlham’s Big Band Jazz Ensemble and the Salsa Band share the stage for a great night of dance music. Bring your dancing shoes! Proceeds benefit the United Way of Richmond. Tickets: $5.00/adults & $3.00/ students and seniors.
The Winter Farmer’s Market
Starts at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday 2/12, and is located in the Innovation Center, Uptown Richmond IN. Local preserves, homemade soaps, baked goods, and much more! Also breakfast will be served. The Market ends at noon.
Hagerstown Museum and Arts Place
Adults…join us every Saturday from 2:00 p.m. (if you are a beginner) or 3:30 (if you are intermediate). No charge for instruction or art supplies. Kids classes resume February 3 at 4PM. We also exhibit and sell original art by local and regional artists. We are located at the corner of Perry Street and 38/Main Street at the first stop light in town.
Red Cross Prom At 4th Floor Blues
Saturday, February 12th, the Red Cross Prom will be from 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. Tickets are $30 single and $50 per couple. The Prom includes dinner by Maria Mitrione’s Italian Market. Entertainment is The Beagles Band and DJ Marta Sebastian. There will be a King & Queen Contest, Roses for your Sweetheart, and a Silent Auction all to benefit the local chapter of the Red Cross. Must be 21 to attend. Cash Bar.
Morton Hill Winter Festival: Winchester IN
The Third annual Festival will be Sunday, February 13 · 1:00pm – 4:30pm. Morton Hill Residence, Street, Winchester,Indiana. Snow Sculpture contest, Sled races, Hot Coco, Cookies and loads of family fun!! Sculpture contest starts at 1:30 p.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. This is our 3rd year and is growing! Come and play with us or just come and watch.
- NIGHTLIFE CALENDAR: February 11 to 17 (kitsapsun.com)
Special Dining Experiences By Locally Owned Businesses:
Willie & Red’s In Hagerstown IN (formerly know as Welliver’s)
…has put together special Valentine Dinner packages for you to reserve this weekend, Friday, Feb. 11 through Sunday, Feb 13. Your Valentine Dinner Package will include Dinner for two, flowers, compliments of Sandmark Florist, chocolates, compliments of Abbot’s Candies and Gifts, a couple’s bottle of Martini & Rossi Asti, and a Chef’s choice dessert. They offer several choices for meals along with the above.
Reservations accepted for the dinner packages only. Call 765-489-4131 to reserve your time, day and dinner choice. Please leave your name and number for confirmation.
The Red Cross Prom: Fourth Floor Blues Club
Feb 12th – Red Cross Prom. 6 p.m. – 11 p.m. Tickets are $30 single and $50 per couple. Includes dinner by Maria Mitrione’s Italian Market. Entertainment will be The Beagles Band and DJ Marta Sebastian. King & Queen Contest, Roses for your Sweetheart, and a Silent Auction all to benefit the local chapter of the Red Cross. Must be 21 to attend. What a great way to treat your Valentine to a night out!
J & J Winery Valentines Specials:
Your Dinner Choices: Grilled to perfection Strip Steak with Twice Baked Potato OR Seasoned Salmon with Rice Pilaf, served with a Spring Salad, Roll, and Dessert. (A complimentary Keepsake will help you remember this special evening.)Reservations NLY starting at 5:30pm – Friday Feb. 11th & Saturday Feb. 12th. Please Call 965-9563 to make you reservation today.
Sweet Gift Ideas:
Abbott’s Candy in Hagertown IN: Has a large assortment of fresh milk and dark chocolates, caramels plain and with pecans and so much more. It’s worth the trip if you live outside of Hagerstown because these are freshly made chocolates—much better than store bought —and will say that your sweetheart is special.
The Pour House in Cambridge City: Has a wonderful selection of homemade fudges and also cakes and pies for that special after dinner dessert (also all homemade), if you are making a meal at home. For desserts you can call ahead to order, they close at 4:00 p.m. through the week.
Joy Ann Bakery in Richmond has baked goods that can be personalized such as giant cookies, cakes and pies. One of the oldest locally owned businesses in Wayne County, you know you are getting old favorites there that your Valentine will love. (like the thumbprint cookies…yum!)
Ghyslain in Richmond IN is a newer chocolateur to the area, managed locally, that is getting high marks in the Yum category. You can take your Valentine there to eat or pick up a scrumptious dessert for your special meal at home.
Olympian Candies in Richmond IN is locally owned and has a reputation for satisfying the sweet tooth. They carry a large variety of candies to suit anyone’s taste (anything for the diabetics?). It’s another good place to stop and impress the candy lover in your life.
Other Ideas For A Fun Valentine Weekend:
Stop at the Visitors Center on the east side of Richmond and pick up your Chocolate Trail passport. You can spend the weekend trying out chocolates, fudge and even chocolate wine from several places in Wayne County. What a great way to impress a chocolate lover!
Swing Station Salsa Night Benefit Concert Friday, February 11, 2010 for the dancers out there– Earlham’s Big Band Jazz Ensemble and the Salsa Band share the stage for a great night of dance music. Bring your dancing shoes! Proceeds benefit the United Way of Richmond. Tickets: $5.00/adults & $3.00/ students and seniors.
After an exhaustive search we have come up with the following events for New Years Eve . (Hey New Year’s resolution–submit your events for free to GoWayneCounty.com/Calendar!!) Please add any other public parties that you know of at the end of this post. Happy New Year!
4th Floor Blues Club- New Year’s Eve Party
31 Fri From Facebook page: “everyone make sure and get your New Years Eve tickets for the 4th Floor Blues Club Party. Waylon T band with UK Bleeding as an opener. Tickets are $15 and meal tickets are $10. Available at all the usual places…Joe’s Pizza, Little Sheba’s, Italian Market. Get yours before they sell out!” –This is part of the InConcert series which benefits several non-profits in Wayne County. So come out and have fun while supporting great causes
Harry Ray Post 65
31 Fri – New Year’s Eve Dinner $12. Prime Rib or Chicken. Please signup in the Canteen.
31 Fri – 8pm-1am New Year’s Eve Party. Party favors, champagne toast & entertainment by Big Poppa Productions. Pitch-in finger food or snack. Please sign up in the Canteen.
Flatlanders, Hagerstown IN : New Years Eve Bash
31 Fri Featuring Lipstick & Blackheart starting at 9:00 p.m. Making the ball drop like its 1989! 5.00 cover gets you free champagne at midnight and party favors. Dinner special. See Flatlanders on Facebook to RSVP.
Party in the old English fashion with Tally Ho Pub’s Pimp’s & Hoes New years eve blast..(see the movie Bridget Jones Diary for more info). DJ Josh Jones will be there to help you ring in the New Year with music, good food and fun! See Facebook page.
VFW – Kirk Little Post 1108
31 Fri 8:00 PM – 11:55 p.m. New Year’s Eve-Carry-in. Karoke-Open till 1AM. The Kirk Little Post will supply the traditional kraut and wieners.
Mack’s Place – New Years Eve Bash
Ring in the new year with DJ Coach. Music, dancing, good food and fun to usher in a new year! Music starts at 9:00 p.m. 719 S. 7th Street Richmond.
Smiley’s Old English Pub- New Year’s Eve
The Patio at the Country Ribeye: New Year’s Eve
31 Fri New Years Eve Party with the Groove Doctors: located at 725 Progress Drive Richmond, Indiana. 765-966-4902.
31 Fri Featuring the local band DALAID and 8 WAYS FROM NOTHING..playing live at the New Years Eve Party—singing in the New Year.
Richmond 40 Bowl- Ring In The New Year
Family Party 6-8 p.m. 49.99/lane up to 6 people in lane. Includes two hours of unlimited Xtreme Cosmic bowling, Shoe Rental, 2 Pepperoni Pizzas, Unlimited Soft drinks. At 9:30 p.m. Xtreme Cosmic Party until 1:00 a.m. An idea for the whole family to ring in the new year!