12 Things to Do in Terre Haute in March

Our guide of things to do in Terre Haute in March is proudly brought to you ISU Community School of the Arts! They’re excited to launch their first Spring Break Show Choir camp

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This week, students will explore many aspects of performing including singing, movement, dancing, and acting!

They’ll learn basic techniques for singing onstage, perform 2 choreographed songs together, explore principles of acting and have an opportunity to showcase everyone’s talents….including a mini performance! No experience necessary!

Things to Do in March in Terre Haute

March 1-March 5. Celebrate Seuss at Once Upon a Child. Craft to go, 5 for $5 books, win free books. 

Wednesday, March 3. Cannonball Harley-Davidson is excited to invite you to come meet us at The Moon Lite Drive-in Theater on Lafayette Ave. in Terre Haute for a screening of the 1969 classic biker film – Easy Rider. Admission is free – no tickets needed!

Wednesday, March 3. How has Covid-19 impacted you, your family, and your community? Discuss the many challenges people are facing during this pandemic and discover the local organizations addressing these issues. This month, learn more about the current state of suicide in Vigo County from Team of Mercy, Inc. and how you can help. A Family Development Specialist from Western Indiana Community Action Agency will address the services offered to assist your family, including: budgeting, education, employment, health care, addiction, and housing. Register at www.vigo.lib.in.us/events to receive a Zoom link.

Saturday, March 6. Shop from local farmers at The Meadows and the Terre Haute Farmers Market. Expect eggs, beef, pork, lamb, chicken, and organic produce. 

Saturday, March 6, 13, and 20th. Join the Trail Run Series with Vigo County Parks. The first race will take place on Saturday, March 6th at the Wabashiki Fish and Wildlife Area and will begin at 8:45 a.m. at Dewey Point Trailhead!

Saturday, March 13. Irish dash (9:00 a.m.) and St. Patrick Parade (1:00 pm). Parade Route runs from 26th and Ohio to 19th and Ohio, then to 19th
and Poplar.

Saturday, March 13 and 27th. Kids and family clay class with Deming Park Pottery. Pre-registration and masks required. 

Sunday, March 14. Visit the Moon Lite Drive-In Theater to watch The Road. The Road is a post-societal journey following a father and son as they face a harsh, desolate reality where everyone must fend for themselves to survive. Each car receives free admission and the first 100 cars receive complimentary popcorn. Rated R.   

Wednesday, March 17. Wear green and skate for free at the Wigwam. Skate rental $3. Green specials like green cotton candy, green sno cones, green glow sticks. 

Saturday, March 20. Terre Haute Polar Plunge. Don’t be afraid to get back into the water! Enjoy a movie with friends and family from the comfort of your own vehicle and make a splash for Special Olympics athletes at a very special shark-themed Terre Haute Plunge on Saturday, March 20 at the Moon Lite Drive-In Theater.

Saturday, March 20. Take a haunted history walking tour of Downtown Terre Haute. The Haunted History Walking Tour lasts 90 minutes and explores the haunted and sometimes dark history of Downtown Terre Haute.

Friday, March 26. Kids’ Night Out at the Vigo County YMCA. Bring towels and swimsuits! A snack will be provided. 

Monday, March 29. Virtual Escape Room for ages 12 and up. Your traveling symphony is traversing the Great Lakes region when you find a shelter to stop in for the night. In the morning, you discover you’re all trapped inside. Can you solve the clues to survive and escape? Hosted by the Vigo County Public Library. 

Want more local fun? Our Easter guide is coming soon! In the meantime, check out the “Local Places to Visit” section of our site! 

As always, typos happen and details change! Please confirm event plans with hosting organizations. Haute Happenings does not advise on or endorse events or the safety measures taken (or not taken) during the time of Covid-19. Please make wise and responsible health decisions for our community and your family!