85 Fun Things to Do in June! Wabash Valley and Terre Haute Events

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JUNE EVENTS IN TERRE HAUTE AND THE WABASH VALLEY

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Featured Event! PRINCESS PIGFACE with Crossroads Repertory Theatre


June 14, 15, 22, 26, 27, 28, & 30 at 1:30 PM

June 25 at 10:30 AM

June 29 at 7:30 PM

Indiana State University Dreiser Blackbox Theater

221 N 6th Street Terre Haute, IN 47809

$10 Adult Admission; $5 Student/Children; Free for children on laps/in strollers.

When a cruel and selfish king learns that his step-daughter’s beauty could be the end to his tyrannical reign, he places a spell on her—cursing her with the face of a pig! Now, Princess Pigface of Hillshire must cross many hills and swim many streams, seeking out acceptance and true love’s first kiss. Along the way, she meets a dashingly handsome woodsman who prefers picking flowers to hunting, and comes to learn that true beauty is found within. Told with tongue firmly in cheek, this is a magical fairy tale that both kids and adults should enjoy!

Thursday, June 20. Adventure Trivia Night with the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 21 & Up: Are you the ultimate adventurer? Gather your team of explorers and test your knowledge of historical exploits, famous individuals, timeless stories, and world-expanding discoveries at Adventure Trivia Night.

Thursday, June 20. Fantasy Mapmaking with the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12 & Up: Build your own world from the ground up at Fantasy Mapmaking. Use paper and rice to create your land masses and coastlines, then add towns, cities, forests, and more to make a custom map you can use for your next gaming session, for writing inspiration, or for a piece of wall art. After you’ve made your map, learn how to scan it into InkScape, a free vector art program, and turn it into a file that can be engraved on faux leather using the Haute Create laser cutter.

Friday, June 21. Throw Throw Burrito: Outdoor Edition at the Vigo County Public Library. All Ages: Collect matching cards and dodge flying burritos in an extreme competition to earn points—not burrito bruises. Throw Throw Burrito: Outdoor Edition brings the popular dodgeball card game to a new scale with giant, inflatable burritos and oversized cards. Will you be the ultimate burrito champion?

Friday, June 21. Art Adventures at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 3–5: It’s time to get messy with Art Adventures! From painting with toy car wheels to making marbled paper with shaving cream, your child can experiment with unlimited ways to make art while improving their motor skills, developing their creativity, and increasing their confidence.

Friday, June 21. Pride Button Making at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12-18: Show off your individuality, your creativity, and your pride with a custom button designed by you! At Pride Button Making, you will use markers, paint, colored pencils, and more to design your own button graphic, use a button maker to assemble your button, and learn more about the importance of pinback buttons in the LGBTQIA+ community.

Friday, June 21. Truckstop Food Truck Friday + Singles Night. Everyone is welcome! But if you’re single, come hang out, grab something to eat, and meet a new friend. Wristbands will be provided for singles to identify themselves. The Truckstop has closed.

Featured Event! Nickelodeon™ THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL with Crossroads Repertory Theatre

June 21, 22, 27, 28, & 30 at 7:30 PM; June 23 & 29 @ 1:30 PM

Indiana State University Dreiser Theater

221 N 6th Street Terre Haute, IN 47809

$25 Adult Admission; $15 Student; $10 Child (10 and under)

Who lives in a pineapple under the sea and became the hottest star on Broadway? Why, it’s SpongeBob SquarePants! And now he’s ready to ride the wave to your theatre to entertain and delight audiences in this brilliant, bright, hilarious and brand-new musical. Plunge into this stunning all-singing, all-dancing, dynamic stage show! When the citizens of Bikini Bottom discover that a volcano will soon erupt and destroy their humble home, SpongeBob and his friends must come together to save the fate of their undersea world. With lives hanging in the balance and all hope lost, a most unexpected hero rises up. The power of optimism really can save the world!  An exciting new musical featuring irresistible characters and magical music, this deep-sea pearl of a show is set to make a splash with audiences young and old. The future is bright, the future is bold, the future is THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL.

Featured event! Saturday, June 22. Early bird pricing ends for Vigo County Youth Soccer Association Recreational Soccer Program!

Saturday, June 22.Tentative opening date for Bean’s Blossoms Flower Farm you-pick farm. Postponed!

Saturday, June 22. Pollinator Palooza at the Terre Haute Children’s Museum.

Saturday, June 22. Wine on the Wabash. Wine on the Wabash returns on Saturday, June 22nd with a night of music – AND WINE – at Fairbanks Park!

Saturday, June 22. Curious Kids at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 7–12: How are crystals formed? Is slime a liquid or a solid? What is a tessellation—and how do you make your own? If your child has questions like these, then Curious Kids has answers! At each session, your child can get hands-on with experiments that will help them understand the science behind everyday phenomena, introduce them to new technology, or encourage them to explore the connections between science, math, art, and music in fun, new ways.

Sunday, June 23. Disney Paint Class with MuseArt Terre Haute. Themed around Disney’s Tangled, join for an afternoon of painting, pizza, and trivia!

Monday, June 24. LEGO Stop Motion Animation at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 8–12: Encourage your child to turn their ideas into reality, experiment with creative problem-solving, and work cooperatively with others. Teams of two will build models, create background scenery, move the Lego® mini-figs between scenes, and add voiceovers to produce their own short film using a Lego® Stop Motion Animation kit.

Featured Event! Monday, June 24. Freddy Fossil’s Dino Show at Franklin Elementary School with the Vigo County Public Library. All Ages: Gear up for a prehistoric adventure with a zany paleontologist at Freddy Fossil’s Dino Show. Freddy Fossil, dinosaur hunter extraordinaire, will take your child on a prehistoric journey, introduce them to his dinosaur friends, and teach them how fossils can tell scientists what a dinosaur looked like, what they ate, and how they lived.

Tuesday, June 25. Tabletopia: Gaming with Terre Haute Tabletop at the Vigo County Public Library.

Tuesday, June 25. Free showing of Jaws at the Moon Lite Drive-In Theater.

Wednesday, June 26. Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club: The Abominable Snowman at the Vigo County Public Library.  Ages 7–12: Your best friend has gone missing in the Himalayan Mountains, and you must find him before a seasonal monsoon sweeps away his trail. In R.A. Montgomery’s The Abominable Snowman, negotiate the harsh weather, face smugglers, and maybe even confront the mysterious Yeti as you try to locate your friend. Gear up for a new adventure every week with the Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club—where you will vote to decide the next course of action in twisting plots, fantastic challenges, and dangerous deeds.

Wednesday, June 26. Professor Steve’s Excellent Adventure at the BRAZIL Public Library.

Wednesday, June 26. Maker Hour: Green and Growing at the WEST Branch of the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 9 & Up: Help decorate the West Branch Library’s garden with new art and a collaborative project based on Van Gogh’s Sunflowers or create a small decoration for your own garden at this month’s Maker Hour.

Thursday, June 27. Libratory at the WEST branch of the Vigo County Public Library. Age 6–11: Do you have a budding artist or a mad scientist whose creativity is waiting to be unleashed? Stop by the Libratory and get ready to experiment! Libratory takes ideas from some of your children’s favorite stories and turns them into concepts that they can experience hands-on. Your child might draw their own ideas for a wind turbine, help create and implement a plan to harvest rainwater for West Branch Library’s garden, or make an Archimedes Screw! Each session is a chance to engineer, create, and play. Some projects may take place over multiple sessions.

Thursday, June 27. Explore the Night at the CLINTON Public Library. Learn about Indiana bats!

Friday, June 28. Ja Rule at The Mill Terre Haute.

Saturday, June 29. Bluey Blast at the SULLIVAN Public Library. Dancing, crafts, snacks, and Bluey’s favorite games.

Saturday, June 29. Red, White, and Breakfast with Bluey Skate at The Wigwam.

Saturday, June 29. National Road Heritage Trail Bike Ride in Vigo County. The group will depart at 9:00 AM from the north end of Fairbanks Park, then ride 1.5 miles west across the Wabash River and on the new scenic causeway trail to the Dewey Point Trailhead of Wabashiki Trail in West Terre Haute. From there, we’ll ride 4 miles round trip on the packed stone trail along the border of the Wabashiki Fish & Wildlife preserve. Returning to Terre Haute, we’ll then ride a 18-mile round trip on ISU’s trails & the NRHT, including stops at 2 Historic National Road Interpretive Panels, 1 of which is at a historic filling station on the Rose-Hulman campus, and a stop for lunch at the trailside Treehouse Eatery & Drinkery near the end of the ride. Total ride length will be 25 miles.

Saturday, June 29. Life Size Candy Land at the Vigo County Public Library. All Ages: Travel to the Kingdom of Sweet Adventures in a life-sized game of Candy Land! You and your family will encounter all sorts of delicious surprises as you search the Chocolate Swamp, visit Candy Cane Lane, and explore the Cupcake Commons.

Saturday, June 29. “I’m a Dancin’ Machine” with the Terre Haute Community Band. Ages 16 & Up: Whether you want to build your own zoo, trade resources to grow your settlement, or create beautiful mosaics, Tabletopia has the perfect game for you! Every month at Tabletopia, Terre Haute Tabletop will introduce new players to contemporary board games and provide skilled players with a regular gaming session, new challenges, and a connection to Terre Haute’s board game community.

As always, typos happen and event details change. Please visit sourced links and confirm your plans with event coordinators before you promise fun to your kids! Special thanks to our sponsors and featured event listings for making this guide possible. Their support helps to keep our site free to readers like you! 

IN OUR SUMMER CAMP GUIDE, YOU’LL FIND DROP-IN CLINICS, FULL-TIME SUMMER FUNS, THEATER CLASSES, ATHLETIC CAMPS, HORSEBACK RIDING EXPERIENCES, COOKING CLASSES, ART LESSONS, AND MORE!

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The fun has ended with these great events:

Saturday, June 1. Banks of the Wabash Festival. Music, bingo, craft market, and rides!

Saturday, June 1 and Sunday, June 2. Terre Haute Air Show featuring the United States Navy Blue Angels along with Tora Tora Tora, P-52 Mustang Gunfights, Mustang Demo Jack Aces, Franklin’s Flying Circus, Parachute Team, Ghostwriter Airshows and static displays on the ground.

Saturday, June 1. “Old Favorites” with the Terre Haute Community Band at Fairbanks Park. Free!

Saturday, June 1. Kick-off Summer at Once Upon a Child with a visit from Bluey! Popcorn and refreshments.

Saturday, June 1. Friends of the Library Book Sale. Shop for books, DVDs, CDs, and more at the Friends of the Library Book Sale. Thousands of items will be available at low prices, from current bestsellers to your favorite classics. Proceeds from your purchases will be used to fund Library programs and services you enjoy!

Monday, June 3. Summer Art Corner: String Painting. Ages 6–11: Capture the joy of creating art with your child this summer! Each session of Summer Art Corner will introduce your child to a new process for creating art and develop their creativity as they explore different materials—without worrying about the end results. In this session, your child will use watercolor and string to make a colorful abstract painting.

Monday, June 3. Free showing of Easy Rider at the Moon Lite Drive-in Theater.

Monday, June 3. Lace It Up Free Running Program for Kids! (Find more ideas in out “Athletic Camps” guide!)

Tuesday, June 4. Adventures of the Lost Treasures at the CLINTON Public Library.  Join Science Heroes on a treasure-hunting adventure deep within the jungle! Along the way, the audience helps the performer conduct exciting science experiments that bring this story to life! Experiment with chemical reactions, air pressure, physical explosions, and more! Don’t miss this exciting and interactive STEM learning adventure!

Tuesday, June 4. Free showing of Terminator 2 at Moon Lite Drive-In Theater.

Tuesday, June 4. “Ice” Skating Party at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 2–10: Take a spin around the rink with your little ones at the “Ice” Skating Party—no snow or ice required! Instead, your child will glide across the floor to music on plastic plates.

Tuesday, June 4. Teen Card Club at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12–18: Put your cards on the table at Teen Card Club! Learn the rules of classic card games—including Rummy, Crazy Eights, or Nertz—or try out popular contemporary card games like Exploding Kittens, Taco Cat Goat Cheese Pizza, or Happy Salmon in a fun, relaxed environment.

Tuesday, June 4-6. Stranger Things Escape Room at the WEST branch of the Vigo County Public Library.  Ages 12 & Up: Can you escape the Upside Down? Grab your flashlight, pick up your walkie-talkie, and find out in the Stranger Things Escape Room. Search for clues with your teammates to unlock the code to the gate between an alternate dimension and your own.

Wednesday, June 5. Choose Your Own Adventure Club: Space and Beyond at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 7–12: In R.A. Montgomery’s Space and Beyond, your parents are crew members on an intergalactic spaceship—and from two different galaxies. Even though you’ve grown up on the ship and have never seen either of your parents’ home planets, your journey begins when you choose whether to be a citizen of the planet Kenda or the planet Croyd. Gear up for a new adventure every week with the Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club—where you will vote to decide the next course of action in twisting plots, fantastic challenges, and dangerous deeds. You’ll receive a passport to track your travels and collect a new sticker at each session. Attend all nine sessions in June and July to complete your passport and receive your own Choose Your Own Adventure package—including a new book, stickers, and more! Turn your passport in at the end of the series to receive your package.

Wednesday, June 5. LEGO Lab at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 6–11: Challenge your child’s construction skills, teamwork abilities, and creativity at Lego® Lab! Your child can attempt the monthly challenge or build their own designs. At the end of the evening, spend a few minutes touring everyone’s designs and learn how others solved problems in their own builds. Parents and caregivers with children under 9 should assist with building.

Thursday, June 6. Featured Event from the Vigo County Public Library! Campfire Stories & S’mores. 

Ages 5–10: Curl up around a cozy “campfire” and enjoy a s’mores-inspired snack while you listen to stories, make a bird feeder, and create leaf-rubbing art with crayons at Campfire Stories & S’mores.

Thursday, June 6 and 20. Cooking class for kids at Deming Park. $10 per child. Pre-registration required. Ages 5-8 and 9-12.

Thursday, June 6. MagiKids at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 8–18: Start your child on the journey to becoming a powerful wizard with Magic: The Gathering, a turn-based trading card game, and MagiKids! Developed to introduce young players to the concepts of Magic: The Gathering, MagiKids encourages participants to sort and build their own custom deck of spells, creatures, and artifacts before they challenge other players to a game that relies on skill just as much as luck and that encourages them to use critical thinking skills to overcome the pitfalls of random chance.

Friday, June 7. Art Adventures for Teens at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12–18: Are you looking for inspiration or eager to try a new technique? At Art Adventure for Teens, you’ll be able to experiment with a variety of artistic mediums, including metal stamping, beading, painting, and fusible beads.

Friday, June 7. Dance Party with The Dance Studio.

Friday, June 7. 12 Points First Friday-Summer Celebration. 12 Points First Friday is 5-8pm FREE and open to the public. Family friendly, pet friendly (with leash). Come and shop from the local 12 Points businesses, artists, stores, restaurants, food vendors, and more!

Friday, June 7. Strawberry Festival in BRAZIL, IN.

Friday, June 7. Grand opening of The Magpies’ Nest in 12 Points.

Friday, June 7-8. Campbell Creek Market at the Vigo County Fairgrounds.

Friday, June 7-Sunday, June 9. Summer Games 2024: 55th Special Olympics Anniversary.

Friday, June 7-9. Rosedale Strawberry Festival in ROSEDALE, Indiana. Activities, vendors, food, and strawberries!

Friday, June 7-Saturday, June 8. Clay City Pottery Summer Festival. Craft vendors, food vendors, hand turners doing demos, self-guided tours, and more!

Saturday, June 8. Art Hacks: Ink and Watercolor Abstract Art at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 19 & Up: Experiment with mixed media as you create beautiful abstract art using watercolors and Sharpies.

Saturday, June 8. Curious Kids at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 7–12: How are crystals formed? Is slime a liquid or a solid? What is a tessellation—and how do you make your own? If your child has questions like these, then Curious Kids has answers! At each session, your child can get hands-on with experiments that will help them understand the science behind everyday phenomena, introduce them to new technology, or encourage them to explore the connections between science, math, art, and music in fun, new ways.

Saturday, June 8. Sixth Street Arts Festival. The 41|40 Arts & Cultural District is excited to host the 3rd Annual Sixth Street Arts Festival in Downtown Terre Haute on Saturday, June 8, 2024, 10am-4pm, on 6th Street between Cherry and Wabash in front of the Arts Illiana Gallery at 23 N 6th St. Admission is free and open to the public! Unique artwork from over 20 local artists, live music from local performing artists, children’s creative area with activities, children’s literary corner with authors, poetry, and book talks, food tents featuring a taste of downtown eateries, Beer & Wine Garden, and performing artists include Just Us, Jazz Haute, Crossroads Repertory Theatre, Maple Avenue Theatre and the cast of Peter Pan, Jack Lavey, Academy of Dance, and more!

Saturday, June 8.Experience Virtual Reality at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12 & Up: Create intricate clockwork mechanisms, save a fantasy world, become a spy, or travel to distant planets with either the HTC Vive™ or the Meta Quest 2 VR headset.

Monday, June 10. Pixel Art with Perler Beads at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 6–18: Your child can explore their artistic abilities, hone their fine motor skills, and transform colorful beads into vibrant creations to take home at Pixel Art with Perler Beads.

Tuesday, June 11. Armageddon XXI at Billie Creek Village hosted by the Medieval Combat Society.

Tuesday, June 11. The Next Filmmakers at the WEST Branch of the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 13-18: Are you ready for your big screen debut? At The Next Filmmakers, you will have the opportunity to work on a film project of your choosing while learning the fundamental aspects of cinema, including how to craft a scene, how to plan your principal photography, and how to process your film to be shown.

Tuesday, June 11. AR Adventure Quest at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12 & Up: Escape from a dangerous dungeon using the Meta Quest 2 VR headset! Jump over pits, dodge swinging blades, and avoid falling blocks as you make your way through one of three obstacle paths.

Tuesday, June 11. Free showing of Titanic at the Moon-Lite Drive-In Theater.

Tuesday, June 11-13. Wabash Valley Youth Leadership Summit. 3 days/2 nights of high energy and thoughtful skill-building activities.

Wednesday, June 12. Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club: Zombie Penpal at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 7–12: Something strange is happening in Pointy Hill, Maine, in Ken McMurty’s Zombie Penpal. The new girl, Rose, looks a lot like your pen pal Sam, but Sam has been missing for years. When you and your two best friends follow the new girl to the local cemetery, you stumble upon an unexpected sight—but where you go next is up to your vote. Gear up for a new adventure every week with the Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club—where you will vote to decide the next course of action in twisting plots, fantastic challenges, and dangerous deeds.

Wednesday, June 12. Movie Night (A Quiet Place II) at the WEST Branch of the Vigo County County Public Library. Revisit the Abbott family’s plight before the release of A Quite Place Part III at the end of June! In 2020’s A Quiet Place II, the remaining Abbott family members abandon their home to search for other survivors of the invasion that has decimated humankind—only to discover that there are more threats in the world than just the aliens who hunt by sound. Rated PG-13.

Wednesday, June 12. Silly Safaris at the BRAZIL Public Library.

Thursday, June 13. Community Hour: Spread Joy to Seniors and Soldiers at the Vigo County Public Library. All Ages: Send a smile to an older person or a member of the military at Community Hour! Drop by the Main Library to write a letter to a senior, a soldier, or both, add decorations, and spread a little happiness. Letters will be left at the Library to be delivered.

Thursday, June 13. Libratory at the WEST Branch of the Vigo County Public Library. Age 6–11: Do you have a budding artist or a mad scientist whose creativity is waiting to be unleashed? Stop by the Libratory and get ready to experiment! Libratory takes ideas from some of your children’s favorite stories and turns them into concepts that they can experience hands-on. Your child might draw their own ideas for a wind turbine, help create and implement a plan to harvest rainwater for West Branch Library’s garden, or make an Archimedes Screw! Each session is a chance to engineer, create, and play. Some projects may take place over multiple sessions.

Thursday, June 13. Sweet Reads Book Club at Amosami Cheesecake Company with the Vigo County Public Library. In Alyssa Cole’s thriller When No One Is Watching, former Giffords Place resident Sydney Green returns home after a divorce. She can only watch in horror as condos sprout up like weeds in her beloved Brooklynn neighborhood, “For Sale” signs begin to appear everywhere, and people she’s known all her life suddenly disappear. Enjoy a sweet treat, good company, and a great book every month at the Sweet Reads Book Club.

Thursday, June 13. 36th Annual Strawberry Fest with First Congregational Church.

Thursday, June 13-Saturday, June 15. Alice in Wonderland Escape Room at the SULLIVAN History Museum.

Friday, June 14. 3rd Annual Car Show. Live entertainment and free popcorn! Mr. Richard of AGT fame will perform!

Friday, June 14. Grand re-opening of Macksville Coffee Company.

Saturday, June 15. Truckstop Plant Party. FREE entry but workshops and classes may cost extra.

Saturday, June 15. Summer in the Village at Fowler Park. Bring history to life this summer at Fowler Park’s Pioneer Village! You and your family can visit the Schoolhouse to experience what life was like for early teachers and their students in a one-room schoolhouse and learn how quill pens were made and used.

Saturday, June 15. Explore Nature at Fowler Park with the Vigo County Public Library. Take a guided hike through Fowler Park and learn about the native animals that live in the Wabash Valley.

Saturday, June 15. Antique Vintage Camper Rally Open House at Fowler Park. The 2024 Southern Indiana Vintage Camper Rally will take place from June 13-16 at Fowler Park. A public open house will be held on Saturday, June 15, from 10 AM until Noon, during which the vintage campers will be open for viewing by the public.

Saturday, June 15. Read to Rover at the Vigo County Public Library. Share a book with a furry friend from Love on a Leash. These good-natured therapy dogs are eager to listen to your child practice reading aloud in a stress-free setting, complete with cuddles, belly rubs, and ear scratches!

Saturday, June 15. Juneteenth Commemoration with Terre Haute Day.

Saturday, June 15. This event appears to have been canceled.  SHINE Fundraiser-Disney Music Trivia. Join us on Saturday, June 15th, at 1:00 PM at The LAB for an afternoon packed with fun and Disney magic. Test your knowledge of beloved Disney songs and characters while supporting a fantastic cause. The event will be held at The LAB, so bring your friends and family for a magical experience. Don’t miss out on this chance to shine bright and make a difference!

Saturday, June 15. Tooth Fairy Trot 1 Mile Fun Run.

Saturday, June 15. Circus Children’s Concert with the Terre Haute Community Band. Free!

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Sunday, June 16. CODA Pup-A-Palooza. Join CODA for a day of local bands, a beer garden, local food and local vendors at our first ever Pup-A-Palooza! Bring your pups and enjoy the day with us as we fundraise for CODA’s programs and services that assist survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault. Children 12 and under get in free!

Monday, June 17. Summer Art Corner: Black Glue and Watercolors at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 6–11: Introduce your child to new ways to make art at Summer Art Corner! Each session will focus on a new process and different materials meant to encourage open-ended creativity. At this session, your child will learn how to make black glue, make their own outlined drawing, and use watercolor to fill the outline in for a bold, bright final picture.

Monday, June 17. Cardboard Creations at the Vigo County Public Library. Prepare for an adventure with Makedo®, an easy-to-use construction tool kit! Your child can use the Makedo® tools to fold, cut, and even screw pieces of cardboard together to create jetpacks, planes, armor, a castle, and more!

Monday, June 17. SummerAde at the WEST branch of the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12 & Up: It’s time for a new twist on a summer favorite—lemonade! Create custom flavors to enjoy on hot summer days, serve at a family picnic, or share with a friend. Please wear weather-appropriate clothing and sunscreen. Lemonade will be prepared in the kitchen and enjoyed outside if the weather permits.

Tuesday, June 18. Building Buddies at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 2-5: Help your little one build more than towers at Building Buddies! Listen to a story together then build with blocks to improve your child’s motor skills, teach them to solve problems, and develop their social skills by playing with others. Lego® Duplos, Giant Lincoln Logs®, and Giant Legos® will be available.

Tuesday, June 18. Free showing of Jurassic Park at the Moon-Lite Drive-in.

Featured Event! Tuesday, June 18. Black Quilters: Hard Topics, Soft Blows with the Vigo County Public Library. Though often dismissed as “women’s work” and regulated to the realm of handicrafts, the art of quilting holds a prominent place in many cultures. It brings together communities and allows creators to chronicle their struggles and triumphs. Join Dr. Tony Jean Dickerson as she discusses the artistry of African American quilters and the stories they tell in their works. Presented by the Indiana Humanities Advancing Racial Equity Speakers Bureau.

Tuesday, June 18. Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club: The Magic of the Unicorn with the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 7–12: Think quickly and be brave as you venture into a fantasy world in Deborah Lerme Goodman’s The Magic of the Unicorn! Your small village’s water supply is badly polluted, and no one knows how to purify it. It’s up to you to save the village with the help of your magical talisman. Can you trust the sorceress to help, or will you search for the mysterious unicorn rumored to live in the forest? Gear up for a new adventure every week with the Choose Your Own Adventure Book Club—where you will vote to decide the next course of action in twisting plots, fantastic challenges, and dangerous deeds.

Tuesday, June 18. DIY Faux Stained Glass for Teens at the Vigo County Public Library. Ages 12-18: Make a colorful piece of art using paint, glue, and a picture frame at DIY Faux Stained Glass for Teens!

Wednesday, June 19. Juneteenth: Historic African-American Places in Terre Haute. Join the Vigo County History Center for the second annual Juneteenth Celebration. View displays of historic black businesses, hear from local trailblazers and their families. Featuring Local Historian Dr. Crystal Reynolds, Community Activist Peggy Joyner, VCHC Board Member Dee Reed and more special guests. Including children’s activities and giveaways (while supplies last). Wednesday, June 19, the History Center will be open 10am to 5pm, with the program beginning at 1pm.

Wednesday, June 19. Brazil police and fire departments visit the BRAZIL Public Library.