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Tuesday September 19, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

The farmer's market, located in the Edgewater Grille parking lot, is more of a happening than just a market. Guests will find the very best seasonal produce complemented by products like honey, grass fed meats, dairy products, flowers, cheese, breads, and pastries. There also are crafts, art, plants, flowers, and honey along with live music to complete the festival atmosphere.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

In honor of National Yoga Month, Tri State Yoga will host a list of free classes open to members and non-members. 

- Yoga Groove (hot yoga), 8 a.m. every Saturday 

- Sunday Stretch (not hot, restorative yoga), 8 a.m. every Sunday

- Partner Yoga/Thai Yoga Massage class, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 15

- Kids Yoga class (50 percent off — $9 for first child, $6 for siblings), 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16

- Sound Meditation class, 1 p.m., Saturday Sept. 23

To register, email Bianca Snyder at bianca.snyder@tristateathleticclub.com.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

Evansville Restaurant Week is a celebration of local restaurants and chefs. All you have to do to participate is to dine out. The VIP kickoff event will take place Sept. 10 at Walton’s International Comfort Food.

Participating Restaurants:

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Start: 09/19/2017 18:00
End: 09/19/2017 19:00

The Henderson County Public Library will host local author Sharon Combs and the signing of her first book "CEO." In this nonfiction work, Sharon explains how using business principles, including SWOT analysis, in your personal life can lead to fulfillment and growth.

Wednesday September 20, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

The farmer's market, located in the Edgewater Grille parking lot, is more of a happening than just a market. Guests will find the very best seasonal produce complemented by products like honey, grass fed meats, dairy products, flowers, cheese, breads, and pastries. There also are crafts, art, plants, flowers, and honey along with live music to complete the festival atmosphere.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

In honor of National Yoga Month, Tri State Yoga will host a list of free classes open to members and non-members. 

- Yoga Groove (hot yoga), 8 a.m. every Saturday 

- Sunday Stretch (not hot, restorative yoga), 8 a.m. every Sunday

- Partner Yoga/Thai Yoga Massage class, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 15

- Kids Yoga class (50 percent off — $9 for first child, $6 for siblings), 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16

- Sound Meditation class, 1 p.m., Saturday Sept. 23

To register, email Bianca Snyder at bianca.snyder@tristateathleticclub.com.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

Evansville Restaurant Week is a celebration of local restaurants and chefs. All you have to do to participate is to dine out. The VIP kickoff event will take place Sept. 10 at Walton’s International Comfort Food.

Participating Restaurants:

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Start: 09/20/2017 12:00

Evansville Protestant Home hosts a free workshop for senior veterans and their families to share information with them about the VA Aid and Attendance Pension benefit. The event is open the to public.

Start: 09/20/2017 18:15

This committee is responsible for Indivisible Evansville’s publicity, advertising, marketing, communications, branding, and messaging. Writers, graphic artists, photographers, social media marketers, and anyone interested in progressive political activism is invited to attend.

Start: 09/20/2017 18:30
End: 09/20/2017 21:00

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Thursday September 21, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

The farmer's market, located in the Edgewater Grille parking lot, is more of a happening than just a market. Guests will find the very best seasonal produce complemented by products like honey, grass fed meats, dairy products, flowers, cheese, breads, and pastries. There also are crafts, art, plants, flowers, and honey along with live music to complete the festival atmosphere.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

In honor of National Yoga Month, Tri State Yoga will host a list of free classes open to members and non-members. 

- Yoga Groove (hot yoga), 8 a.m. every Saturday 

- Sunday Stretch (not hot, restorative yoga), 8 a.m. every Sunday

- Partner Yoga/Thai Yoga Massage class, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 15

- Kids Yoga class (50 percent off — $9 for first child, $6 for siblings), 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16

- Sound Meditation class, 1 p.m., Saturday Sept. 23

To register, email Bianca Snyder at bianca.snyder@tristateathleticclub.com.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

Evansville Restaurant Week is a celebration of local restaurants and chefs. All you have to do to participate is to dine out. The VIP kickoff event will take place Sept. 10 at Walton’s International Comfort Food.

Participating Restaurants:

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Start: 09/21/2017 08:00
End: 09/21/2017 12:00

This half-day symposium for nurses, respiratory therapists, healthcare professionals, and lay persons will open with information on the new Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Registry. Other topics will include drug trials for treatment of pulmonary fibrosis, overview of the various types and causes of asthma, and update on nutrition for the client with lung disease.

Start: 09/21/2017 12:00

Learn about native advertising from Insider Louisville at the AAF of Greater Evansville September luncheon.

Participants journal as they explore creative techniques designed to increase knowledge of artist tools, paints, and various other supplies.

Start: 09/21/2017 17:00
End: 09/21/2017 19:00

Enjoy a glass of wine or beer and complimentary hors d’oeuvres in the unique and historic setting of the garden, veranda, and carriage house. Live entertainment. 21 years of age and older.

Start: 09/21/2017 18:00

Everett “Sonny” Brown, photographer with the Evansville Courier newspaper from the 1950s through the 1980s, donated many personal and professional negatives to the USI Rice Library Archives before his death in 2015. "A Time and A Place: the Photographs of Sonny Brown from the University Archives and Special Collections" was curated by former USI art faculty member Kristen Wilkins, who will present a free public lecture on the exhibit.

Start: 09/21/2017 18:00
End: 09/21/2017 20:00

Indivisible Evansville's Health Care Reform Town Hall will feature a talk by Dr. Rob Stone. Congressman Larry Buchson, along with other 2018 candidates for his seat, have been invited to attend the presentation and offer their perspectives afterward on health care.

Friday September 22, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

The farmer's market, located in the Edgewater Grille parking lot, is more of a happening than just a market. Guests will find the very best seasonal produce complemented by products like honey, grass fed meats, dairy products, flowers, cheese, breads, and pastries. There also are crafts, art, plants, flowers, and honey along with live music to complete the festival atmosphere.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

In honor of National Yoga Month, Tri State Yoga will host a list of free classes open to members and non-members. 

- Yoga Groove (hot yoga), 8 a.m. every Saturday 

- Sunday Stretch (not hot, restorative yoga), 8 a.m. every Sunday

- Partner Yoga/Thai Yoga Massage class, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 15

- Kids Yoga class (50 percent off — $9 for first child, $6 for siblings), 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16

- Sound Meditation class, 1 p.m., Saturday Sept. 23

To register, email Bianca Snyder at bianca.snyder@tristateathleticclub.com.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

Evansville Restaurant Week is a celebration of local restaurants and chefs. All you have to do to participate is to dine out. The VIP kickoff event will take place Sept. 10 at Walton’s International Comfort Food.

Participating Restaurants:

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Start: 09/22/2017

The Busboys, a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization thought to own and operate the largest collection of vintage buses in North America, will be bringing a vintage bus show and rally to Evansville. Expect a few dozen busses and coaches from the 1940s to the 1970s, along with food, music, and other events.

Start: 09/22/2017

Evansville cultural organization members are invited to the first ever reciprocal weekend throughout the city. By presenting your current and valid membership card at the participating organizations, you will be entitled to free general admission during open hours to the participating organizations.

Start: 09/22/2017

The Raintree Quilters Guild of Evansville presents a quilt show every two years for the community. This year, the show includes more than 150 quilts on display with special quilt exhibits, Quilt For the Cure Rafflie Quilt, a boutique with varied handcrafted items, and silent auction. Admission is $8 with free parking. Those 12 and under can enter free. The show begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. each day.

Start: 09/22/2017 19:30

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Musical, this provocative adaptation of Alison Bechdel's bestselling graphic novel is the incredible true story of a woman coming to terms with her father's secret double life, their tumultuous relationship, and his eventual suicide. This daring new musical is both a coming-out and coming-of-age story, exploring the ties that bind and divide in every family.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, and $18 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty/staff.

Saturday September 23, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

The farmer's market, located in the Edgewater Grille parking lot, is more of a happening than just a market. Guests will find the very best seasonal produce complemented by products like honey, grass fed meats, dairy products, flowers, cheese, breads, and pastries. There also are crafts, art, plants, flowers, and honey along with live music to complete the festival atmosphere.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

Start: 09/01/2017
End: 09/23/2017

In honor of National Yoga Month, Tri State Yoga will host a list of free classes open to members and non-members. 

- Yoga Groove (hot yoga), 8 a.m. every Saturday 

- Sunday Stretch (not hot, restorative yoga), 8 a.m. every Sunday

- Partner Yoga/Thai Yoga Massage class, 6:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 15

- Kids Yoga class (50 percent off — $9 for first child, $6 for siblings), 1 p.m., Saturday, Sept. 16

- Sound Meditation class, 1 p.m., Saturday Sept. 23

To register, email Bianca Snyder at bianca.snyder@tristateathleticclub.com.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

Evansville Restaurant Week is a celebration of local restaurants and chefs. All you have to do to participate is to dine out. The VIP kickoff event will take place Sept. 10 at Walton’s International Comfort Food.

Participating Restaurants:

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

The Busboys, a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization thought to own and operate the largest collection of vintage buses in North America, will be bringing a vintage bus show and rally to Evansville. Expect a few dozen busses and coaches from the 1940s to the 1970s, along with food, music, and other events.

Evansville cultural organization members are invited to the first ever reciprocal weekend throughout the city. By presenting your current and valid membership card at the participating organizations, you will be entitled to free general admission during open hours to the participating organizations.

Start: 09/22/2017
End: 09/23/2017

The Raintree Quilters Guild of Evansville presents a quilt show every two years for the community. This year, the show includes more than 150 quilts on display with special quilt exhibits, Quilt For the Cure Rafflie Quilt, a boutique with varied handcrafted items, and silent auction. Admission is $8 with free parking. Those 12 and under can enter free. The show begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 5 p.m. each day.

Start: 09/23/2017 07:00

The eighth annual Hilliard Lyons Bridge Run will benefit Healthy Horizons. The 10-mile run begins at 7 a.m. The five-mile run begins at 7:30 a.m. Both runs will end in Owensboro, Kentucky.

Start: 09/23/2017 09:00
End: 09/23/2017 16:00

The University of Southern Indiana is hosting a free Art Day for local high school students in grades 9 to 12. Available sessions include making a keepsake box, joinery, how to draw, plain air and palette knives, graphic design workshop, wheels and flames, photograms, pastelfies, and a screen print workshop.

Call 812-464-1989 to register.

Start: 09/23/2017 10:00
End: 09/23/2017 15:00

The Fall Blowout and Open House features family-friendly fun for both children and adults. There will be games, prizes, free food, free drinks from RC Beverage Company of Evansville, inflatables for the kids, puppies for adoption from It Takes a Village, and an open challenge followed by a trick shot exhibition at 1 p.m. by professional pool player and Tri-State native Nick Varner.

Start: 09/23/2017 10:00
End: 09/23/2017 14:00

Kids Fest, presented by Bunny Bread, is a free, family-friendly event featuring live entertainment, activities, and special appearances by PBS characters and more. Kids Fest encourages children and their parents to incorporate learning into daily play.

Start: 09/23/2017 10:00
End: 09/23/2017 11:30

Community members who have been impacted by cancer are invited to attend Gilda's Club fun, free carnival. There will be games, prizes, and a cake walk.

Call by Sept. 15 to RSVP.

Start: 09/23/2017 10:00

As part of National Voter Registration Day, Indivisible Evansville volunteers will go door to door registering new voters, re-registering any voters who had their registration cancelled by the state of Indiana, and updating information for registered voters who have moved or had a name change. Anyone interested is invited to volunteer. Volunteers are encouraged to wear walking shoes and bring a water bottle and a friend.

Start: 09/23/2017 11:00
End: 09/23/2017 15:00

The fourth Saturday of every month is designated a Super Saturday family day, filled with themed crafts, activities, challenges, and guest lectures.

Start: 09/23/2017 14:00
End: 09/23/2017 21:00

RiverCity Faithfest is a free Christian music festival with artists and bands like We Are Messengers, Hannah Kerr, Danen Kane, Building Nations, and more.

The SWIRCA BrewFest serves as a fundraiser to benefit SWIRCA & More, Southwestern Indiana’s Area Agency on Aging. Voted Best Brew Festival in 2016, SWIRCA’s BrewFest is an event that you do not want to miss. Attendees can taste over 300 craft beers, 50 wines, 20 liquors (includes bourbon, whiskey, and vodka), and dozens of local culinary appetizers to sample at the annual BrewFest at Evansville’s historic Bosse Field. Tickets will by available in mid-June. Must be 21+ to attend.

Start: 09/23/2017

This event features more than 200 vendors with only handmade or hand-crafted items. Merchandise includes woodcrafts, furniture, holiday decorations, quilts, jewelry, floral arrangements, candles, toys, pottery, and much more. Admission is just $2 per person; children under 10 free. The show is open from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Start: 09/23/2017

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Funk in the City features more than 100 artists from throughout the region and multiple states, awesome food vendors, and a fun environment to shop.

Start: 09/23/2017 18:00

Have you ever wanted to communicate with people from the past?

Haunted New Harmony now is offering the chance to participate in real paranormal investigations. Local investigator Joni Mayhan and fellow investigators will guide you through the practices of communicating with the souls that dwell within the walls of the Fauntleroy Home and Community House No. 2.

Start: 09/23/2017 19:00

World-renowned American banjo player Béla Fleck opens the 2017-2018 season of the Evansville Philharmonic. Works by Richard Strauss and Jacques Offenbach kick off the Classics Series by incoporating two of the most popular dances of the 19th century — the Waltz and Can Can. 

Start: 09/23/2017 19:30

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Musical, this provocative adaptation of Alison Bechdel's bestselling graphic novel is the incredible true story of a woman coming to terms with her father's secret double life, their tumultuous relationship, and his eventual suicide. This daring new musical is both a coming-out and coming-of-age story, exploring the ties that bind and divide in every family.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, and $18 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty/staff.

Sunday September 24, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

Start: 05/27/2017
End: 09/24/2017

The farmer's market, located in the Edgewater Grille parking lot, is more of a happening than just a market. Guests will find the very best seasonal produce complemented by products like honey, grass fed meats, dairy products, flowers, cheese, breads, and pastries. There also are crafts, art, plants, flowers, and honey along with live music to complete the festival atmosphere.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

Start: 09/10/2017
End: 09/24/2017

Evansville Restaurant Week is a celebration of local restaurants and chefs. All you have to do to participate is to dine out. The VIP kickoff event will take place Sept. 10 at Walton’s International Comfort Food.

Participating Restaurants:

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Start: 09/22/2017
End: 09/24/2017

The Busboys, a Minnesota-based nonprofit organization thought to own and operate the largest collection of vintage buses in North America, will be bringing a vintage bus show and rally to Evansville. Expect a few dozen busses and coaches from the 1940s to the 1970s, along with food, music, and other events.

Start: 09/22/2017
End: 09/24/2017

Evansville cultural organization members are invited to the first ever reciprocal weekend throughout the city. By presenting your current and valid membership card at the participating organizations, you will be entitled to free general admission during open hours to the participating organizations.

Start: 09/23/2017
End: 09/24/2017

This event features more than 200 vendors with only handmade or hand-crafted items. Merchandise includes woodcrafts, furniture, holiday decorations, quilts, jewelry, floral arrangements, candles, toys, pottery, and much more. Admission is just $2 per person; children under 10 free. The show is open from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Start: 09/24/2017 14:00

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Musical, this provocative adaptation of Alison Bechdel's bestselling graphic novel is the incredible true story of a woman coming to terms with her father's secret double life, their tumultuous relationship, and his eventual suicide. This daring new musical is both a coming-out and coming-of-age story, exploring the ties that bind and divide in every family.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, and $18 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty/staff.

The 20th annual Komen Evansville Tri-State Race for the Cure® is an event the entire family can participate in. It’s a fun run or walk with good friends for a good cause, but also is a competitive 5K-road race for the serious runner. Join the fun and help the Race for the Cure®. 7 a.m. service of hope, survivor parade, and opening ceremony at 8 a.m., 5K starts at 9 a.m., 1-mile fun run/walk starts at 9:15 a.m.

Monday September 25, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Start: 09/25/2017 10:00

Kevin Hammett, president and chief executive officer of Regency Properties, will serve as the 2017 Executive in Residence for the University of Southern Indiana’s Romain College of Business. His presentation, “The Adaptation of Retail to E-Commerce: A Real Estate Practitioner’s Perspective,” is free and open to the public.

Start: 09/25/2017

Nationally known artists and instructors teach plein air and still life painting.

Tuesday September 26, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Nationally known artists and instructors teach plein air and still life painting.

Wednesday September 27, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Nationally known artists and instructors teach plein air and still life painting.

Start: 09/27/2017 08:30
End: 09/27/2017 15:30

Join healthcare professionals, community volunteers, and other interested individuals for a day of collaborative networking, learning, and sharing of Advance Care planning experiences and ideas. This continuing education program will explore the current state of advance care planning in Indiana.

Thursday September 28, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Start: 09/25/2017
End: 09/28/2017

Nationally known artists and instructors teach plein air and still life painting.

Start: 09/28/2017 17:00
End: 09/28/2017 19:00

Enjoy a glass of wine or beer and complimentary hors d’oeuvres in the unique and historic setting of the garden, veranda, and carriage house. Live entertainment. 21 years of age and older.

The golf scramble, open to all adult golfers, features hole-in-one, longest drive, and closest-to-the-pin contests. Breakfast, lunch, awards dinner, goody bags, and silent and live auctions also are included. Morning and afternoon shotgun starts are available.

Start: 09/28/2017 17:30

Help "Keep the Ark Afloat" and enjoy dinner and a lively auction to benefit Ark Crisis Child Care Center. The live and silent auctions feature trips, tickets to sporting events, jewelry, home decor items, and one-of-a-kind artwork created by Ark's children.

Start: 09/28/2017 18:30

New York Times bestselling author Jamie Ford discusses his book “Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet,” a story of friendship during the internment in World War II.

Start: 09/28/2017 18:30

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Musical, this provocative adaptation of Alison Bechdel's bestselling graphic novel is the incredible true story of a woman coming to terms with her father's secret double life, their tumultuous relationship, and his eventual suicide. This daring new musical is both a coming-out and coming-of-age story, exploring the ties that bind and divide in every family.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, and $18 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty/staff.

Friday September 29, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Start: 09/29/2017 08:00
End: 09/29/2017 17:00

This one-day program focuses on updating clinical pharmacology knowledge. Appropriate for pharmacists, physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and advance practice nurses in clinic and acute care settings, sessions will provide participants an opportunity to review new therapies entering the market during the past year.

Start: 09/29/2017

Porkapalooza 2017 will provide lunch from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Sept. 29 and 30. For a $5 donation, lunch includes a pulled pork sandwich, chips, and soft drink. There also will be a bake sale as well as smoked ribs and tenderloins smoked by the Newburgh BBQ Coalition, which can be ordered prior to the event by calling the center.

Start: 09/29/2017 19:30

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Musical, this provocative adaptation of Alison Bechdel's bestselling graphic novel is the incredible true story of a woman coming to terms with her father's secret double life, their tumultuous relationship, and his eventual suicide. This daring new musical is both a coming-out and coming-of-age story, exploring the ties that bind and divide in every family.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, and $18 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty/staff.

Saturday September 30, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

Start: 07/23/2017
End: 09/30/2017

This exhibition examines the Aug. 21 total solar eclipse, the first of its kind visible in the continental United States in 38 years. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Start: 09/29/2017
End: 09/30/2017

Porkapalooza 2017 will provide lunch from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. Sept. 29 and 30. For a $5 donation, lunch includes a pulled pork sandwich, chips, and soft drink. There also will be a bake sale as well as smoked ribs and tenderloins smoked by the Newburgh BBQ Coalition, which can be ordered prior to the event by calling the center.

Start: 09/30/2017 07:00

Registration for the timed 5K run/walk includes the 2017 Hero t-shirt, special hero gear, and admission to the celebration with local heroes, music, inflatables, food, and fun for the family.

The 5K begins at 8 a.m., followed by the Kids Hero Dash at 9 a.m. and the one-mile Family Walk at 9:30 a.m.

Start: 09/30/2017 08:00
End: 09/30/2017 08:00

This half-day conference will focus on the current trends in oral health care. The speaker, Lisa Mallonee, MPH, RDH, RD, LD, is a tenured professor, graduate program director and registered dietitian at the Caruth School of Dental Hygiene, Texas A&M College of Dentistry. Her passion for educating patients, students, oral healthcare professionals, and dietetic practitioners about the oral health-nutrition link has been the hallmark of her career.

Start: 09/30/2017 08:30

Fun for the whole family (two- and four-legged) abounds at the Romain Subaru USI Doggie Dash presented by Pet Food Center. Proceeds of the 3K and 5K dog walks/runs benefit USI Pott College Student Advisory Board and It Take A Village No-Kill Rescue.

Start: 09/30/2017 10:00
End: 09/30/2017 17:00

The Diamond Galleria is hosing a vintage estate jewelry trunk show, featuring designs collected from five continents. During this event, shop previously-worn celebrity jewelry from big names like Elizabeth Taylor, Farrah Fawcett, Elvis, Joan Rivers, Ringo Starr, Ava Gardner, and many more.

Start: 09/30/2017 10:00
End: 09/30/2017 14:00

Kids Fest, presented by Bunny Bread, is a free, family-friendly event featuring live entertainment, activities, and special appearances by PBS characters and more. Kids Fest encourages children and their parents to incorporate learning into daily play.

Start: 09/30/2017 14:00
End: 09/30/2017 20:00

Activities at this scare-free, family-friendly event include horse-drawn hayrides, guided night hikes, animal programs, stargazing, insect encounters, cider press demonstrations, a campfire, and activities and crafts for children.

The Museum Contemporaries presents the 19th annual Brew Ha Ha featuring beer and food samplings from local restaurants, live music, and more.

Start: 09/30/2017 17:00
End: 09/30/2017 23:00

“A League of Their Own” 25 Year Celebration is coming to the Historic Bosse Field with activities, reenactments, and an interactive screening of the movie on a large screen set in the field. The community is invited for a celebration to bring the movie back to life.

Start: 09/30/2017 17:00

The Evansville Police Department Foundation will hold their annual ball to benefit the men and women in blue. Cocktails begin at 5 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. Guests can enjoy live and silent auctions, a dinner and dance reception, live entertainment, and a cash bar. A private after party will be held at Boogie Nights. 

Mother and son artists Bertie and Douglas David exhibit their work, and the public is invited to a free reception. Charles Ford Retirement Communities resident artists also feature artwork. The art remains on display until Nov 1.

Start: 09/30/2017 18:30

High octane, turbo, high performance, super charged Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels didn't need to hail from the Motor City for those adjectives to be tossed their way, but it was certainly appropriate that they called Motown home.

Start: 09/30/2017 19:00

Inspired by Harlem's famed musical hot spot, this swingin' night of sensations focuses on the club's heyday when Duke Ellington's orchestra was the house band, and Cab Calloway and Ella Fitzgerald showcased the classics of the Great American Songbook.

Start: 09/30/2017 19:30

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Musical, this provocative adaptation of Alison Bechdel's bestselling graphic novel is the incredible true story of a woman coming to terms with her father's secret double life, their tumultuous relationship, and his eventual suicide. This daring new musical is both a coming-out and coming-of-age story, exploring the ties that bind and divide in every family.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, and $18 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty/staff.

Sunday October 01, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

Start: 07/23/2017
End: 10/01/2017

American sculptor Ira Reines’ bronzes explore the beauty of the human form. A 2-in-1 opening reception is scheduled for July 27.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

Start: 10/01/2017

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Start: 10/01/2017

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Start: 10/01/2017

This weeklong festival on Franklin Street includes carnival attractions, more than 126 food booths, amateur talent competitions, free entertainment, and a parade. This event attracts more than 200,000 people to the West Side and is considered to be one of the largest street festivals in the U.S.

Head to Historic Lincolnshire for food and live music as a variety of musicians play on front porches. Unique architecture abounds in this vibrant neighborhood, which is bookended by St. Benedict Cathedral and Bosse High School.

 

Start: 10/01/2017 13:30
End: 10/01/2017 15:00

The Greater Evansville College Fair, co-sponsored by the EVSC, Evansville Catholic schools, southern Indiana high schools, UE, USI, Ivy Tech, and Oakland City University, is an opportunity to learn more about college admission requirements, testing procedures, cost, financial aid, NCAA, and courses of study. More than 60 colleges, universities, and military organizations will be represented.

Start: 10/01/2017 14:00

Winner of the 2015 Tony Award for Best Musical, this provocative adaptation of Alison Bechdel's bestselling graphic novel is the incredible true story of a woman coming to terms with her father's secret double life, their tumultuous relationship, and his eventual suicide. This daring new musical is both a coming-out and coming-of-age story, exploring the ties that bind and divide in every family.

Tickets cost $20 for adults, and $18 for senior adults, students, and UE faculty/staff.

Monday October 02, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

This weeklong festival on Franklin Street includes carnival attractions, more than 126 food booths, amateur talent competitions, free entertainment, and a parade. This event attracts more than 200,000 people to the West Side and is considered to be one of the largest street festivals in the U.S.

Start: 10/02/2017

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Tuesday October 03, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

This weeklong festival on Franklin Street includes carnival attractions, more than 126 food booths, amateur talent competitions, free entertainment, and a parade. This event attracts more than 200,000 people to the West Side and is considered to be one of the largest street festivals in the U.S.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Wednesday October 04, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

This weeklong festival on Franklin Street includes carnival attractions, more than 126 food booths, amateur talent competitions, free entertainment, and a parade. This event attracts more than 200,000 people to the West Side and is considered to be one of the largest street festivals in the U.S.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/04/2017 13:00
End: 10/04/2017 16:00

In recognition of National Manufacturing Day, Aerotek, a leading provider of recruiting and staffing services, is hosting an open house with Toyota. The open house will allow participants to walk through a Toyota testing facility, see various production equipment, and view a day of work simulations. Both Aerotek and Toyota representatives will be there to facilitate questions and serve as a resource for potential job candidates.

Thursday October 05, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

This weeklong festival on Franklin Street includes carnival attractions, more than 126 food booths, amateur talent competitions, free entertainment, and a parade. This event attracts more than 200,000 people to the West Side and is considered to be one of the largest street festivals in the U.S.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/05/2017

Hosted by the City of Evansville in cooperation with United Neighborhoods of Evansville (UNOE), the 2017 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) brings together volunteers, corporations, governments, and community leaders to learn and gain valuable ideas to help transform their community. This year's team is Neighborhoods: Where Life Happens.

Start: 10/05/2017 16:00

The University of Evansville’s 2017-18 annual Coffee Hour Lecture series begins with the Wahnita DeLong Reading. All lectures in the series are free and open to the public.

Elizabeth A.A. Wilson will be the speaker. An ordained New Thought minister who is completing her PhD in divinity, Wilson is a speaker and author of several books.

Start: 10/05/2017 17:00
End: 10/05/2017 19:00

Enjoy a glass of wine or beer and complimentary hors d’oeuvres in the unique and historic setting of the garden, veranda, and carriage house. Live entertainment.

Start: 10/05/2017 18:00

The Friends of the Henderson County Public Library welcome Brittany Westbrook, curator of the Evansville African-American Museum, as the keynote speaker at their annual meeting. Westbrook’s topic will be “From Indiana to the Frontline: The African-American Legacy of World War I” and is part of the community “Henderson and the Great War” project, underwritten by the Friends of the Library.

The meeting is free and open to the public.

Friday October 06, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

This weeklong festival on Franklin Street includes carnival attractions, more than 126 food booths, amateur talent competitions, free entertainment, and a parade. This event attracts more than 200,000 people to the West Side and is considered to be one of the largest street festivals in the U.S.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Hosted by the City of Evansville in cooperation with United Neighborhoods of Evansville (UNOE), the 2017 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) brings together volunteers, corporations, governments, and community leaders to learn and gain valuable ideas to help transform their community. This year's team is Neighborhoods: Where Life Happens.

Visit the Evansville Museum free of admission charge from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. during the first Friday of the month. Family-friendly activities and crafts often are planned.

Join Community One at Cambridge Golf Course for a day of golf and fun. This year's event registration includes lunch and refreshments, green fees and cart rental, and competitive games and prizes. A variety of sponsorship options are available.

Saturday October 07, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Start: 10/01/2017
End: 10/07/2017

This weeklong festival on Franklin Street includes carnival attractions, more than 126 food booths, amateur talent competitions, free entertainment, and a parade. This event attracts more than 200,000 people to the West Side and is considered to be one of the largest street festivals in the U.S.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/05/2017
End: 10/07/2017

Hosted by the City of Evansville in cooperation with United Neighborhoods of Evansville (UNOE), the 2017 Regional Neighborhood Network Conference (RNNC) brings together volunteers, corporations, governments, and community leaders to learn and gain valuable ideas to help transform their community. This year's team is Neighborhoods: Where Life Happens.

Start: 10/07/2017

Celebrate cultural diversity with folkloric dances, a country parade, performers, cultural booths, food vendors, activities for kids, health and resource fairs, and more from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Start: 10/07/2017 11:00
End: 10/07/2017 14:00

Tools 4 Teaching presents a Pirates & Mermaids Adventure to benefit Easterseals Rehabilitation Center. Children attending the adventure will enjoy fun, themed activities including a dance party, walking the plank, a photo booth, painting a treasure chest, a mermaid meet-and-greet, making beaded jewelry, and much more.

Reservations are required. Tickets are $35 per child and $50 per adult with all proceeds going to help underwrite therapy for local children and adults with disabilities.

Sunday October 08, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/07/2017
End: 10/08/2017

Celebrate cultural diversity with folkloric dances, a country parade, performers, cultural booths, food vendors, activities for kids, health and resource fairs, and more from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.

Start: 10/08/2017 11:00
End: 10/08/2017 16:00

Members of the Islamic Society of Evansville cook up specialties from all over the world to benefit the Tri-State Food Bank. Visitors can enjoy foods like shish-kebab, falafel, chicken biryani, and babaganoush; get henna tattoos; shop in the bazaar; have their names written in Arabic calligraphy; tour the mosque; and ask questions about Islam.

Start: 10/08/2017 16:00

Visit the Rapp-Owen Granary for the New Harmony Chamber Concert. Advance tickets cost $23 or $25 at the door. 

Monday October 09, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Teams of four tee off to support Ronald McDonald House Charities.

Start: 10/09/2017 10:30

The 2017 Indiana Credit Union League Southwest Chapter Golf Scramble will benefit Gilda's Club, a free cancer support community for anyone living with cancer and their family and friends. Registration begins at 10:30 a.m., lunch at 11 a.m., and the shotgun start at noon.

Tuesday October 10, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/10/2017 09:00
End: 10/10/2017 15:00

The University of Southern Indiana’s Historic Southern Indiana and Indiana’s Historic Pathways will sponsor a workshop for teachers titled “Getting from Here to There: The Story of the Buffalo Trace.” The workshop is aimed at third- and fourth-grade teachers but is open to anyone who would like to attend. This year's workshop focuses on the impact of the Buffalo Trace, a pathway formed in the early 1700s as bison migrated to and from the Great Plains to the Falls of the Ohio.

Start: 10/10/2017 18:00
End: 10/10/2017 19:00

The Henderson County Public Library will host Western Kentucky author and poet Martha McKown and the signing of her book "Wilderness Voices." In her book of poetry, McKown explores life and death, history’s treasure house of people, and many memories from her childhood on a Kentucky farm as the youngest of a large family.

Start: 10/10/2017 18:30

The Tri-State Genealogical Society hosts "Honoring Sgt. Chester Schults, WWI Hero" presented by Nancy Hastings. Sgt. Schulz, Nancy's great uncle, made the ultimate sacrifice in the waning days of WWI. Hastings will talk about her great uncle using information she obtained from his personal letters, as well as her role in getting his name added to the memorial in France.

Wednesday October 11, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/11/2017 12:00

Local jazz favorite Monte Skelton will play selections from his new album, “Inside My Head.” CDs will be available at the Arts Council’s gallery shop.

The Brown Bag Performance Series is a free program offered to the community by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. The series runs weekly from October through April at the Arts Council’s BSF Gallery.

 

Start: 10/11/2017 16:30

Be the first to find out which organizations are in the running for this year's two $35,000 impact grants from the Vanderburgh County Women's Fund. Wine and light refreshments will be served.

RSVP by Oct. 6.

Thursday October 12, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/12/2017 08:00
End: 10/12/2017 16:15

This one-day conference will focus on the cutting-edge health information and innovative solutions needed to take healthcare delivery to the next level. Through insightful discussions and engaging presentations, leading experts will share emerging trends in healthcare information technology.

Start: 10/12/2017

Since the 1930s, Willard Library employees and patrons have talked about the Grey Lady, the ghost believed to haunt the library. Learn more about the legend of this apparition when you tour the Victorian Gothic building. Registration is necessary.

Start: 10/12/2017 10:00

Tri-State Medical Alliance will host the third annual "Put Some Bling On It!" style show featuring the newest fall and holiday fashions on the runway, with jewelry “bling” provided by The Diamond Galleria. A live auction, silent auction, and boutique vendor shopping will ensure a fun time for every guest. All proceeds are returned to Tri-State area organizations working to improve the lives of women, children, and families in need. Doors open at 10 a.m. Lunch at noon followed by the style show.

Start: 10/12/2017 16:00

The University of Southern Indiana’s Sexual Assault Gender Violence Prevention Committee will host their fifth annual Flowers on the Lake ceremony in honor of Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Students will speak about lives lost as a result of domestic violence, which will be followed by a moment of silence. Then, guests will proceed to the Reflection Lake, where they will scatter flower petals in honor of the survivors and in memory of the victims.

The event is free and open to the public.

Start: 10/12/2017

University of Southern Indiana Theatre will open its 2017-18 season with the play Anon(ymous), written by Naomi Iizuka. Tickets are $2 for USI students, $12 for USI employees, $4 for non-USI students (student ID required), $13 seniors (60+), and $15 for adults. Shows start at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. for the Sunday matinee.

Start: 10/12/2017 17:00
End: 10/12/2017 19:00

Enjoy a glass of wine or beer and complimentary hors d’oeuvres in the unique and historic setting of the garden, veranda, and carriage house. Live entertainment.

Start: 10/12/2017 17:00

Board game fans of all ages are invited to play the Museum’s vast collection of board games on the second Thursday of each month. Snacks are provided.

Start: 10/12/2017 17:30
End: 10/12/2017 21:00

Join the Greater Evansville American Advertising Federation in the Garden of Good and E'ville for their media and merchandise fundraising auction. Admission is free.

Start: 10/12/2017 17:30
End: 10/12/2017 20:30

Enjoy a night of networking and mingling with Housewives in the City. Anyone is welcome to attend the free event and can register online.

Start: 10/12/2017 19:00

Richard Hunt, nationally renowned sculptor, will return to the University of Southern Indiana to present a free lecture entitled Richard Hunt: American Sculptor. Hunt’s presentation will be free and open to the public as seating is available. Hunt has received honors and recognition throughout his career and, in 1971, was the first African-American sculptor to have a major solo exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

Start: 10/12/2017 19:00

GRAMMY® nominated MercyMe will bring the second leg of their “Lifer Tour” to Evansville. The American Music Award winners will perform fan favorites such as “I Can Only Imagine,” “Flawless,” “Greater” and more, including their current chart-topper “Even If." Joining the tour will be radio favorites Ryan Stevenson and Unspoken.

Friday October 13, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Since the 1930s, Willard Library employees and patrons have talked about the Grey Lady, the ghost believed to haunt the library. Learn more about the legend of this apparition when you tour the Victorian Gothic building. Registration is necessary.

University of Southern Indiana Theatre will open its 2017-18 season with the play Anon(ymous), written by Naomi Iizuka. Tickets are $2 for USI students, $12 for USI employees, $4 for non-USI students (student ID required), $13 seniors (60+), and $15 for adults. Shows start at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. for the Sunday matinee.

Start: 10/13/2017 14:00

This event serves as an opportunity to highlight and celebrate the achievements of the USI faculty. Prior to the ceremony, the assembled faculty will take part in a processional from University Center to Carter Hall. Members of the faculty will be in full academic regalia and be led by bagpipes and the University Mace.

Start: 10/13/2017 17:45

Kids will run or walk 12 miles (about 1 mile per day) leading up to the event and complete their thirteenth mile on the Half Marathon course, finishing at the “official” finish line.
 

Start: 10/13/2017 18:00

Don your best masquerade costume for this third annual event featuring dinner, live music, and silent and live auctions to benefit the Parenting Time Center.

Start: 10/13/2017 19:00

Robert Nicholls, director of music for First Presbyterian Church, creates a soundtrack on the spot to accompany the film. In the Gothic space of First Presbyterian Church’s Sanctuary, the Fisk organ fills the room with sounds while the film plays on a big screen up front. Come for all the thrills and chills of this classic.

Donations welcomed to help children in The Choir School RSCM America program attend summer music camps.

Saturday October 14, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/12/2017
End: 10/14/2017

Since the 1930s, Willard Library employees and patrons have talked about the Grey Lady, the ghost believed to haunt the library. Learn more about the legend of this apparition when you tour the Victorian Gothic building. Registration is necessary.

University of Southern Indiana Theatre will open its 2017-18 season with the play Anon(ymous), written by Naomi Iizuka. Tickets are $2 for USI students, $12 for USI employees, $4 for non-USI students (student ID required), $13 seniors (60+), and $15 for adults. Shows start at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. for the Sunday matinee.

Start: 10/14/2017 08:00

New Tech High School is hosting a Pi K, a 3.13-kilometer fun run (about 2 miles). The event also will feature a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) Fest with more than 20 STEM activity booths.

Start: 10/14/2017

The College of Nursing and Health Professions of USI host Healing Touch Workshops Levels 1 and 2. Level 1 includes the basics of the Chakra and energy systems, centering, intervention techniques. Level 2 is for students who have completed Level 1 and wish to increase knowledge of Healing Touch.

The 14th running of the Evansville Half Marathon starts and finishes along the riverfront in Downtown Evansville with a route through Bayard Park, Akin and Garvin parks, and the Greenway.

Enjoy an evening of dinner, raffles, and silent and live auctions. All proceeds go to Albion Fellows Bacon Center’s domestic and sexual violence shelter and services.

Start: 10/14/2017 09:10

Twice each month, participants create personally meaningful pages in an art journal as they explore creative techniques designed to increase their knowledge of artist tools, paints, and various other supplies.

Start: 10/14/2017

The university welcomes parents, grandparents, friends, and families to explore the campus and get a firsthand look at what life is like at USI. This event offers an opportunity to visit your student’s campus home, meet other USI families, take part in campus activities, take a tour of campus, and have your family photo taken with USI mascot Archie.

Start: 10/14/2017 11:00
End: 10/14/2017 17:00

University of Southern Indiana, Historic New Harmony, and Under the Beams present this daylong festival of food, art, music, and culture.

Start: 10/14/2017 11:00
End: 10/14/2017 19:00

Evansvilleevents.com, upcomingevents.com, and A Taste of Your Town present the Evansville Taco Festival, featuring some of the area's best restaurants and bars serving a variety of delicious Mexican food and drink. The festival also will include a chili pepper eating contest, a best dressed contest, carnival games, kids' zone, mechanical bull, live entertainment, and a giant nacho bar.

Start: 10/14/2017 15:00
End: 10/14/2017 18:00

Stroll along the network of trails that surround Wesselman Woods Nature Center while enjoying food and beverages from local restaurants and live entertainment. Tickets must be purchased in advance.

Start: 10/14/2017 18:00

Jason Aldean is coming to the Ford Center with special guests Chris Young, Kane Brown, and Deejay Silver. Tickets go on sale Friday, July 21 at 10 a.m.

Start: 10/14/2017 18:00
End: 10/14/2017 22:00

Leadership Evansville is celebrating its 40th anniversary. Enjoy music, food, and fun as Leadership Evansville plans for their future. The cost is $40, and reservations can be made by emailing julie@leadershipevansville.org.

Start: 10/14/2017 18:30

Spend an evening of dining and entertainment to support St. Jude Hospital. You will join a pirate's adventure that will take you from the Caribbean to the shore of Port Royale, where a crime has been committed. Come prepared to solved this rabble-rousing murder mystery hosted by Epsilon Sigma Alpha.

Tickets are $25 with dinner included.

Start: 10/14/2017 19:00

Robert Nicholls, director of music for First Presbyterian Church, creates a soundtrack on the spot to accompany the film. In the Gothic space of First Presbyterian Church’s Sanctuary, the Fisk organ fills the room with sounds while the film plays on a big screen up front. Come for all the thrills and chills of this classic.

Donations welcomed to help children in The Choir School RSCM America program attend summer music camps.

Sunday October 15, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Start: 10/12/2017
End: 10/15/2017

University of Southern Indiana Theatre will open its 2017-18 season with the play Anon(ymous), written by Naomi Iizuka. Tickets are $2 for USI students, $12 for USI employees, $4 for non-USI students (student ID required), $13 seniors (60+), and $15 for adults. Shows start at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday and 2 p.m. for the Sunday matinee.

Start: 10/14/2017
End: 10/15/2017

The College of Nursing and Health Professions of USI host Healing Touch Workshops Levels 1 and 2. Level 1 includes the basics of the Chakra and energy systems, centering, intervention techniques. Level 2 is for students who have completed Level 1 and wish to increase knowledge of Healing Touch.

Start: 10/14/2017
End: 10/15/2017

The university welcomes parents, grandparents, friends, and families to explore the campus and get a firsthand look at what life is like at USI. This event offers an opportunity to visit your student’s campus home, meet other USI families, take part in campus activities, take a tour of campus, and have your family photo taken with USI mascot Archie.

Start: 10/15/2017

Each year, YWCA’s friends, partners, and supporters across the country come together in the third week of October to raise awareness about the devastating effects of domestic violence.

Start: 10/15/2017

Presented in cooperation with the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, this juried competition is open to regional artists and features paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and mixed media.

Start: 10/15/2017

This exhibition explores the social reforms from the 1890s to the 1920s, including suffrage and child labor.

Start: 10/15/2017 16:30

To celebrate the 75th anniversary of Weekday Christian Education for Kids, participate in fun fundraising activities throughout the evening including Fund-A-Need, Food Frenzy, and more. Reservations are required, so please call the Weekday office at the number below.

Monday October 16, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Each year, YWCA’s friends, partners, and supporters across the country come together in the third week of October to raise awareness about the devastating effects of domestic violence.

Presented in cooperation with the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, this juried competition is open to regional artists and features paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and mixed media.

This exhibition explores the social reforms from the 1890s to the 1920s, including suffrage and child labor.

Tuesday October 17, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Each year, YWCA’s friends, partners, and supporters across the country come together in the third week of October to raise awareness about the devastating effects of domestic violence.

Presented in cooperation with the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, this juried competition is open to regional artists and features paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and mixed media.

This exhibition explores the social reforms from the 1890s to the 1920s, including suffrage and child labor.

Start: 10/17/2017 19:30

This year the Friends of the Jacob Ball Wish Fund will present their annual “Wish” fundraiser, Tuck Everlasting, the Musical. The production of the musical supports the mission of the group to fund wishes to teachers and caregivers who work with special needs children across the Tri-State and beyond.

Wednesday October 18, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Each year, YWCA’s friends, partners, and supporters across the country come together in the third week of October to raise awareness about the devastating effects of domestic violence.

Presented in cooperation with the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, this juried competition is open to regional artists and features paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and mixed media.

This exhibition explores the social reforms from the 1890s to the 1920s, including suffrage and child labor.

Start: 10/18/2017 08:30
End: 10/18/2017 16:00

This is a one-day conference focusing on innovative teaching strategies for health professionals in academic and healthcare settings to provide the attendee with a variety of presentations focusing on innovative instructional methodology and current issues in education.

Start: 10/18/2017 12:00

The Children’s Center for Dance Education will present “Carnival of the Animals.”

The Brown Bag Performance Series is a free program offered to the community by the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana. The series runs weekly from October through April at the Arts Council’s BSF Gallery.

Start: 10/18/2017 18:00

Indivisible Evansville’s Communications Committee is responsible for publicity, advertising, marketing, communications, branding, and messaging. Writers, graphic artists, photographers, social media marketers, and anyone interested in progressive political activism is invited to attend.

Start: 10/18/2017 18:00

Indivisible Evansville’s Political Activism Committee monitors political activity at the local and national levels and keeps our volunteers up to date on issues of concern. The committee also develops events that aim to educate the public about key issues and to advocate for progressive policies to representatives. Anyone interested is invited to attend.

Start: 10/18/2017 18:30

Learn about science and technology from leading experts in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Start: 10/18/2017 19:30

This year the Friends of the Jacob Ball Wish Fund will present their annual “Wish” fundraiser, Tuck Everlasting, the Musical. The production of the musical supports the mission of the group to fund wishes to teachers and caregivers who work with special needs children across the Tri-State and beyond.

Thursday October 19, 2017

 Historic New Harmony, Indiana, daily offers guided tours, including an orientation film at the Atheneum Visitors Center, Atheneum exhibits, special programming, and access to numerous historic sites and special exhibits.

This exhibition recalls “the war to end all wars” with an emphasis on the Evansville experience, including that of James Bethel Gresham, the first Hoosier and perhaps first American to die in conflict.

The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars.

Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question.

Holiday World gets a Halloween makeover during these weekends that include classic rides and seasonal activities, like 12 acres of corn mazes, Holidog’s 3D candy adventure, the talking pumpkin Gourdon, Carnival Chaos, and spookified songs on stage in Lights Out.

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and the YWCA’s Clothesline Project bears witness to violence against women. Shirts are designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence against women.

Part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk it Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and statistics about domestic violence.

Every year on Oct. 28 people join together internationally for the event "Thrill the World" where thousands of people around the globe simultaneously dance to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" and attempt to break the world record for the largest simultaneous dance event. Each event raises money for a local or non-profit charity of their choice.

At 3:30 p.m. every Monday and Wednesday leading up to Oct. 28, Dylan Pearson will be teaching the dance at the Tri-State Athletic Club. It is free for members, and children are welcome to join.

Each year, YWCA’s friends, partners, and supporters across the country come together in the third week of October to raise awareness about the devastating effects of domestic violence.

Presented in cooperation with the Arts Council of Southwestern Indiana, this juried competition is open to regional artists and features paintings, drawings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and mixed media.

This exhibition explores the social reforms from the 1890s to the 1920s, including suffrage and child labor.

Start: 10/19/2017

Since the 1930s, Willard Library employees and patrons have talked about the Grey Lady, the ghost believed to haunt the library. Learn more about the legend of this apparition when you tour the Victorian Gothic building. Registration is necessary.

Twice each month, participants create personally meaningful pages in an art journal as they explore creative techniques designed to increase their knowledge of artist tools, paints, and various other supplies.

Start: 10/19/2017 10:30

This fashion show and luncheon benefit YWCA programs and the Berkley Ann Branson Young Women of Promise Scholarship Fund.

Start: 10/19/2017 17:00
End: 10/19/2017 19:00

Enjoy a glass of wine or beer and complimentary hors d’oeuvres in the unique and historic setting of the garden, veranda, and carriage house. Live entertainment.

Start: 10/19/2017 17:30
End: 10/19/2017 21:00

The AAF of Greater Evansville hosts Auctionfest, a fundraising opportunity with entertainment provided. There are live media auction and silent auctions to raise money for programs and education.

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