Fun on the Fourteenth of June

Congratulations–you made it to the weekend! What better way to celebrate then by taking a quick look at all the fun things happening in Terre Haute? (Email subscribers–click the title in your email to see the full post or visit www.nateandrachael.com/terrehaute to get the full scoop!

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The outdoor Downtown Terre Haute Farmer’s Market is back! Check it out from 9 a.m.-noon by Clabber Girl.

The Vigo County Public Library is hosting a STEM museum as part of the kickoff to their summer reading program. 15 fun activities for future engineers! There may also be a few FREE tickets still remaining to the mobile planetarium shows, but they’re going fast.

I love that Barnes and Noble has FREE parties for kids! This week’s theme is “Lots of Legos.” 2 p.m. Snacks, stories, crafts, and more! All ages welcome.

There appears to be ONE space remaining at the FREE How to Train Your Dragon Build and Grow workshop at Lowes.

If you have a little one who loves to fish or would like to learn, take them to the FREE fishing rodeo at Dobbs park.

Have you been berry picking yet this year? Check out our strawberry patch guide for nearby you-pick options.

Next week is the “Down on the Farm” Summer Music Camp at Karie Sutton Music School. There’s still room if your child (ages 1-5) would like to sing, dance, play music, do a simple craft, and talk about farming and farm animals. For more fun camps and classes, check out our summer guide!

Can you do me a favor?

Now that school’s out, parents will be looking for fun things to do in Terre Haute. I would *love* for you to point them to our facebook page or summer guide!

This site is much more fun when I hear that it’s actually helping families find fun things to do!

Tell your friends!
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