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Friday, October 20th, 2017

Events Starting on This Day:
Fri., Oct 20, 8:00am - 5:00pm
In honor of International Credit Union Day, Heritage Federal Credit Union will serve their members coffee, granola bars, cookies, hot dogs/sandwiches, chips, water, and offer giveaways (while supplies last) for their members at all of its nine branches. ...
Fri., Oct 20, 8:30 - 10:30
This roundtable discussion presented by the YWCA highlights the warning signs of domestic violence, characteristics of an abuser and victim, and how witnessing domestic violence affects children. ...
Fri., Oct 20 - Sun., Oct 22
Tour guides share some of the spookier legends of Newburgh’s history. Learn about the Civil War, Underground Railroad, and Newburgh river lore. Meet some of ghosts of the townspeople as they share stories from the past. ...
Fri., Oct 20 - Sun., Oct 22
This Halloween event features fall decor, hayrides, live entertainment, treats, contests, and more. ...
Fri., Oct 20, 12:00 - 2:00
The Henderson County Public Library will host western Kentucky native Justin Jordan and the signing of his book “And Then I Cried, Stories of a Mortuary NCO." The book details Jordan’s experience in the Air Force and his struggles with...
Fri., Oct 20, 6:00pm
The Henderson Community College Foundation's primary fundraiser is a gala where guests enjoy music and dinner. Cocktail being at 6 p.m. with dinner and music following at 6:30 p.m. Various sponsorship levels are available. ...
Continuing Events:
Wed., Mar 15 - Thu., Nov 30
 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. ...
Sun., Sep 3 - Sun., Nov 26
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. ...
Sun., Sep 10 - Sun., Dec 31
The John Streetman Alcove houses a private collection of art created from everyday objects by soldiers during the world wars. ...
Sat., Sep 16 - Fri., Oct 27
Learn about science and technology from leading experts, in an interactive, informal atmosphere where there’s no such thing as a dumb question. ...
Sat., Sep 23 - Sun., Oct 29
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....
Sun., Oct 1 - Tue., Oct 31
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...
Sun., Oct 1 - Tue., Oct 31
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. ...
Mon., Oct 2 - Sat., Oct 28
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...
Sun., Oct 15 - Sat., Oct 21
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. ...
Sun., Oct 15 - Sun., Dec 3
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. ...
Sun., Oct 15 - Sun., Jan 7
This exhibition explores the social reforms from the 1890s to the 1920s, including suffrage and child labor. ...
Thu., Oct 19 - Sat., Oct 21
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. ...

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