Josh Minor is enthusiastic about Richmond, Indiana’s Historic Depot District.
“It’s kind of like a street fair but all year long,” he said after searching several minutes for just the right description.
Exploring museums together can be a wonderful family adventure – fun and educational.
Unfortunately, it can also get a little pricey.
That’s why the Smithsonian Institution has designated Saturday, Sept. 21, as Museum Day. It’s not just a name, it’s a gift from America’s national museum to you!
Go to www.smithsonianmag.com/museumday and get a free ticket for you and a guest to visit a participating museum at no charge on that day. One ticket per email address.
Looking for something fun to do in September?
How about live music, kids’ activities, beer gardens, tasty food and vendors galore?
Not enough to tempt you?
Then let’s add in a Weiner Dog Parade, a race to see which potter can create the tallest cylinder from three pounds of clay in three minutes, a costume contest for Parrotheads and Parakeets (Jimmy Buffett fans, for those who don’t know), an array of fall-themed scented candles, and a chance to visit the Birthplace of Recorded Jazz.
Have we got your attention now?
Who can say no to a 3 day weekend? If you have yet to plan a trip and still unsure of where to go, Richmond & Wayne County has bustling events, activities and more to fulfill your Labor Day Weekend! Spend the weekend rewarding yourself with entertaining theater, unique shopping, live music, and delicious food!
Julie Frame has always loved flowers.
About six years ago, she was visiting her son and daughter-in-law in Tennessee and the two women found themselves standing in line for an hour, waiting to buy fresh bouquets at a farmers market.
Frame, who lives with her farming husband in Wayne County, Indiana, found herself unexpectedly inspired.
Enjoy the sights and sounds of local culture throughout Wayne County. With an expansive variety of artistic talent ranging from music, to paintings, pottery and more, Wayne County has a lot to offer if you just know where to look. Here are a few ideas to get you started.
A friend in the antiques business says books about World War II are hot commodities right now. Several customers make a beeline for the military shelves the second they enter her shop.
Reading is a wonderful way to “experience” another time and place.
So is seeing for yourself and from Aug. 23-25, you will have a chance to do just that.
The heat is beating down on Wayne County! What better to beat it than sampling some of these delicious spots around town to cool off. From ice cream to donuts, chocolate and desserts, everyone will find the perfect treat with a journey around Wayne County!
Head into Hagerstown for a soaring good time
Imagine a 4,000-foot runway, long enough to accommodate a commercial jet.
Now imagine that runway made entirely of grass – a smooth stretch of green covering nearly a mile of flat landscape.
Looking for the perfect spot to soak up some vitamin D while relaxing with friends over a mouthwatering meal? The food at these local restaurants is just as tasty outside as in! Whether you're looking for a quiet hide-away, a place to hear live music, or just to people watch, Wayne County is full of restaurants that can meet your needs. Keep reading to discover these must-try restaurants with outdoor dining options!
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