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There are a variety of times and days offered for each class. KinderCenter is unique in that they offer classes for infants and toddlers. Most local educational opportunities start at a later age! Of course older children (preschoolers up to early elementary) are invited to learn how to their voices and instruments to make beautiful music in their own classes, too!
Tuesdays. 1:00 p.m. Art Start at the Swope. Young artists are invited to experience this free art program. We will be reading a book and doing a related art project. For children ages three to five accompanied by an adult. Located at the Swope Education Center, enter from Ohio Street.
Tuesdays. 1:30-2:15pm (PreK-2nd); 2:30-3:30pm (3rd-5th). Home School PE at Vigo County YMCA. Children grades Preschool-5 will have the opportunity to experience age-appropriate activities, learn about sports and fitness, play games with fellow members, learn team building and sportsmanship, and above all else—have FUN staying active. $100 Y youth members, $200 nonmembers. September 9-December 23.
Tuesdays (starting Sept 10.) 7:00 p.m. Changing the World: A How-To Guide Hosted by Terre Haute Peaceful Activism and Social Causes. This six-part series of workshops is a Citizen Action Training for anyone who wants to effect positive change in the world — no matter your party or your cause.
Sept. 10— Facts Matter: A Guide to Critical Thinking, Speaker: Columnist Stephanie Salter Sept. 17— Real News vs. Fake News: Know the Difference, Speaker: Dr. Lori Henson, Journalism Instructor, Indiana State University Sept. 24— Contacting Elected Officials: Influencing Decision Makers , Speaker: Greg Goode, Executive Director of Government Relations, Indiana State University
Tuesdays. 4:00 p.m. Talk it Out at VCPL Main Library. Ages 11-15: Become a role model for your friends, your school, and your community. Together with Tante Robinson, founder and director of Girls of Excellence Mentoring, girls will discuss important topics that will improve their self-esteem, prevent bullying, and help them make better choices throughout their lives.
Tuesdays. 7:30 p.m. Hawthorn Hiking Club at Hawthorn Park. Trail level of difficulty is moderate and hilly. Hiking boots are suggested. Mileage and pace of hike will be determined by each hiker. Maps will be provided.
Wednesdays. 10:00-11:00 a.m. Wiggle Worm Wednesdays at Vigo County Main Library. Ages 2-5: Bring your preschooler to the Library for interactive stories, songs, dancing, crafts and play!
Wednesdays. (except Sept 4.) 4:00 p.m. Creative Leaders-Terre Haute Rocks at Vigo County Public Library Main Branch. Ages 5-14: Hear from one of the creators of Terre Haute Rocks, a local group of enthusiastic rock painters who connect art and creativity with community. In each session, you will paint a rock of your own and have the opportunity to hide it so that your rock can brighten someone else’s day.
Wednesdays. (starting Sept 18.) 6:30 p.m. West Vigo Guitar Club at Vigo County West Branch Library. Learn to play the guitar and better understand basic music concepts like melody, rhythm and chords with the West Vigo Guitar Club. The club will meet as a group for free instruction from September through November. No music experience is required, but space is limited. Registration Required.
Thursdays. (except Sept 26.) 8:00 a.m. Elliott Woods Hiking Club at Prairie Creek Park. Ages 18+ & Free. Each hike will bring new discoveries through the season. Hikers will have the option to hike 2 miles or 4 miles. Trail level of difficulty is moderate and hilly.
Thursdays. 6:00 p.m. Books Before Bedtime at Vigo County Main Library. Bring your children ages 0-5 for this evening storytime. Wear your pajamas to the library for stories, songs, and crafts before bedtime! This event will vary each week from traditional story time, to art-based activities, to music-making, and everything in between!
Fridays. 10:30 a.m. Ready to Read Storytime at Vigo County Library West Branch. Ages 0-5: Sing along to music, move your bodies with egg shakers and scarves, hear stories and participate in crafts or playtime. Parents and caregivers are invited to participate with their children during this story time.
Saturdays. (starting Sept 14.) 10:00 a.m. Family Yoga at The Maple Center for Integrative Health. Parents and their children are invited to join our family yoga series designed for yogis of all ages. Instructor Ellie Templeton will be leading parents and kids through basic yoga poses, breathing techniques, simple meditation and relaxation. $5/participant or $20/family.
Daily Event Calendar for Terre Haute and the Wabash Valley
Fri Sept 13- Sat Sept 14. Blues at the Crossroads 2019. Come enjoy your favorite Midwestern Blues and Rock Bands. There are food concessions, beer gardens, Silent Disco and much more! This is fun for the whole family. Tickets $5-$10. Children 16 and under are free.
Fri Sept 13- Sun Sept 15.Griffin Bike Park Festival. Our 3 day festival celebrating everything Mountain Bike! Rides, Races, Fun Activities, and more. Come for one day or stay all 3!
Fri Sept 13. 5:00-10:00 p.m. Blues For Youth Kids Night Out at Vigo County YMCA. 18 months – 12 years. Featuring a live acoustic private outdoor concert at the Y playground for Kids from 7-8 pm! Pizza will be provided by Papa Johns. Join us as we seek to keep music in our children’s lives! Youth members $15 first child/$10 additional children; Nonmember Rate: $25 first child/$15 additional children.
Fri Sept 13. 10 am- 2pm. Mock election at the Vigo County Public Library. Take this opportunity to prepare for a smooth experience on Election Day. Stop by Meeting Room B at the Main Library to go through each step of the voting process and ask voting officials from the Vigo County Clerk’s Office your questions.
Fri Sept 13. 5:30 p.m. or Sat Sept 14 1:00 p.m. Children’s Theatre auditions for Willy Wonka and The Chocolate Factory. World of Dance, 800 Johnson Drive in Terre Haute. For 1st thru 12th grade. Be prepared to read some from the script and sing a small snippet of a song of the the child’s choice. Also there will be a small dance audition.
Fri Sept 13. 6:00 p.m. Lantern Glass Panel Class at Shewey’s Honey Creek Mall. We will be designing ONE of the four glass panels for your Beautiful Lantern. Cost of the Class is $45.00 and Includes Lantern, all Glass Materials for 1 Panel and Instruction!
Sat Sept 14. 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Gardening in the Village at Fowler Park-Pioneer Village. Calling all gardeners, outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs and knowledge seekers! We are seeking volunteers interested in helping us revitalize the gardens and native plantings throughout Fowler Park’s Pioneer Village.
Sat Sept 14. 9:30 a.m. Baby Explorer: Touch & Feel at Terre Haute Children’s Museum. Your baby will feel and explore many different textures while you learn how to support their early experimentation. Baby Explorer is for ages 0-2 and their caregiver. This is a pre-registered program and included with admission.
Sat Sept 14. 12:00-10:00 p.m. Lark Ranch Loogootee & Greenfield Opening Day 2019. Our 2019 season will be open weekends through November 3rd. Pumpkin Patch, Corn Maze, Train, Jumping Pillow, Corn Box, Giant Hay Stack, Pedal Go Karts, Life Size Birdhouses, Farm Animals and more!
Sat Sept 14. 1:00 p.m. Mom Swap: Toy & Clothing Exchange. Drop off your gently used, sorted (by size and type) items between 1 and 2. Doors open for (free) shopping at 2pm. Event ends at 3 pm.
Sat Sept 14. 5:00-10:00 p.m. Pizza and Blues for Youth Kids Night Out at Vigo County YMCA. Tailored towards our middle school and high school students, this event features pizza donated by AzzipPizza, and a live indoor concert by Blues at the Crossroads DJs! Youth members $15 first child/$10 additional children; Nonmember Rate: $25 first child/$15 additional children.
Sat Sept 14. 8:00 p.m. Wabashiki Full Moon-Night Ride at Dewey Point Trailhead. Bike the Wabashiki Trail with our Griffin Bike Park Manager and VCPRD Natural Resource Programmer on an adventurous 10-mile fundraising ride through the river bottoms. Payment will be $5 accepted onsite with cash only, please.
Sun Sept 15. 10:00 a.m. Pump Track Challenge at Griffin Bike Park. This is a five race series and will take place on the same day as our Dual Slalom races. This race will be “head to head” elimination race–riders will be broken down into age classes with bracket style racing.
Sun Sept 15. 1:00 p.m. Dual Slalom Series at Griffin Bike Park. Our true King of the Mountain competition. Riders will be broken down into age classes. Racing 2 heat bracket racing to determine class champions for each race and overall season points.
Sun Sept 15. 2:00-4:00 p.m. Repair, Renew & Refresh Your Halloween Costume at Vigo County Public Library Main Branch. Repair and re-imagine your clean costumes using our sewing machines to send your kids trick-or-treating in style. A Cricut® and Easy Press 2T will also be available to use. Registration Required.
Sun Sept 15. 4:30 p.m. 3rd Annual Gathering on the Green at Memorial United Methodist Church. Come join Memorial for an afternoon of food & drink, games for kids, bounce house, face painting, classic cars, music and fellowship. Free and open to the public.
Tues Sept 17. 6:00 p.m. Watch This! Teens: Five Feet Apart at Vigo County Public Library Main Branch. Ages 12-19: What is it like to fall in love with someone who you can never touch? For Stella Grant and Will Newman, both patients with cystic fibrosis, their medical condition means that their lives are dictated by routines, self-control, and rigid boundaries that prevent physical contact.
Thurs Sept 19. 8:30 p.m. Tyler Hilton of One Tree Hill at Terre Haute Brewing Co. A huge fan of Elvis Presley, Frank Sinatra, Robert Johnson, and Muddy Waters, Hilton spent several years performing at open mic nights and clubs, and playing blues and jazz covers for tips in coffeehouses and restaurants. $20-$35. Ages 21+.
Fri Sept 20. 6:00 p.m. Countdown to the Holidays Truck Event at Shewey’s Paint Your Own Pottery Studio. Come paint your very own countdown to the holidays truck, complete with a set of numbered blocks to countdown any holiday. The cost for this event is $50 for all supplies. Adults only.
Fri Sept 20- Sat Sept 21. Fall Kids’ Consignment Sale at Wabash Valley Fairgrounds. Over 100 local families will come together to sell the baby and kid items that you need! Free admission! Credit cards accepted! Thousands of bargains!
Fri Sept 20- Sun Sept 22. Marshall Autumn Fest. Music Events, Kids Activities, Bike Show, Car Show, Parade, Vendors/Art & Craft Booths. Free Kids Crafts Sat 2:00-4:00. The First 40 Kids to get Signed Up will paint Wooden Spoons to look like fun Fall Creatures!
Fri Sept 20. 7:00 p.m. Movie in the Park: Little Giants at Hawthorn Park: Dogwood Shelter. All Ages. Bring your family, friends, blankets and chairs and join us for Vigo County Parks & Recreation Department’s Movie in the Park summer series with DeeJay Danny Wayne! Free!
Sat Sept 21. Smithsonian Museum Day. Free admission to 36 museums in Indiana including CANDLES Holocaust Museum in Terre Haute; Eiteljorg Museum, Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum, and Rhythm! Discovery Center in Indianapolis; and Conner Prairie in Fishers.
Sat Sept 21. 9:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Gardening in the Village at Fowler Park-Pioneer Village. Calling all gardeners, outdoor enthusiasts, history buffs and knowledge seekers! We are seeking volunteers interested in helping us revitalize the gardens and native plantings throughout Fowler Park’s Pioneer Village.
Sat Sept 21. 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Summer in the Village at Fowler Park, Pioneer Village. Pioneers open up their cabins for all to explore and demonstrate early 19th century skills and crafts for the public to experience. Free, All Ages.
Sat Sept 21. 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. 13th Annual Indiana Bat Festival at ISU Science Building. Join us for this annual FREE festival. This year, the theme is “Always Hanging Out: The Busy Social Lives of Bats”.
Sat Sept 21. 10:00 a.m.-6:00 p.m. Birthplace of the Coca-Cola Bottle Festival. Celebrate Terre Haute as the “birthplace of the Coca-Cola bottle” during an outdoor festival. The event, hosted around the 900 block of Wabash Avenue, will feature a kids zone, music, craft and maker booths, vintage Coca-Cola merchandise vendors and more!
Sat Sept 21. 11:00 a.m.-7:00 p.m. Brazil Main Street’s Route 40 Fest. The fun will be endless as there will be two LIVE STAGES packed with local and out of town talent, dozens of FOOD options, 130+ SPACES for craft and informational vendors, two KID ZONES filled with inflatables, a CRUISE-IN where vehicles will be parked along the national road, and even MORE!
Sat Sept 21. 6:00 p.m. Community Lip Sync Battle at Wabash Activity Center. Compete solo or make it a family affair in our 2019 Community Lip Sync Battle for a grand prize of $100! Call or email us to get registered and reserve your spot. It should be some good, family-friendly fun. All ages are welcome! $7.
Tues Sept 24. 9:30 a.m. Tot Time: Dinosaur Discovery at Terre Haute Children’s Museum. Discover what a paleontologist does and dig for your own dinosaur discovery. Tot Time is an interactive, educational program for children ages 2-5 and their caregiver. Pre-registration is required. Included with admission.
Tues Sept 24. 6:00 p.m. Griffin Bike Park Short Track Series. Tuesday night racing! On our new and ever changing short track. Want to try racing bikes? Or just come out and have a good time. This is the series for you! Nightly ribbons for winners, and series end prizes! Only $10 registration per race!
Wed Sept 25. 12:30 p.m. Fall Fashion Luncheon Hosted by Willow Gift & Home at The Red Barn at Sycamore Farm. Each guest will have a lovely 3 course lunch and take home a goody bag worth more than the cost of the ticket! Interactive fashion show during lunch and guest vendors to add to your experience! Tickets are $40 in advance.
Wed Sept 25. 5:30 p.m. Oktoberfest by Happiness Bag at The Sycamore Winery. You will enjoy authentic German food from The Schnitzelbank Restaurant and great company. Tickets $50.
Thurs Sept 26. 11:15 a.m. Munch & Mingle Oktoberfest at Vigo County YMCA. Join fellow YMCA members for Bingo during our themed monthly pitch-in lunches on the selected Thursday of every month for just $2 per person. Nonmembers can join for the price of a day pass ($8 adult/$5 youth) and the $2 event fee. Put on your lederhosen and pull out the schnitzel!
Thurs Sept 26. 6:00 p.m. Oil and Canvas Event at Shewey’s Paint Your Own Pottery Studio. Join us as we create this beautiful 11×14 fall canvas. You will enjoy lots of laughter, a sweet treat and punch. $40.
Fri Sept 27. 6:00-8:00 p.m. Casual Friday Ride at Griffin Bike Park. All Ages And Skill Levels. Finish your week with a fun, relaxing ride through our woods at Griffin Bike Park. Hybrids and Mountain Bikes are recommended. Helmets are required. Adult supervision is required for riders ages 13 and under. Free.
Fri Sept 27-Sun Sept Sept 29. 50th Cory Apple Festival. Paul Bunyan Lumberjack Show, Corn Hole Tournament, Car and Motorcycle Show, Silly Safari’s Interactive Animal Show, Parade and live Rock, Country and Gospel music. All around town you will find plenty of Craft, Flea Market, Antique, Yard Sale and Food Booths.
FEATURED EVENT: All You Can Eat Pancakes with Kiwanis Club of Terre Haute!
Sat Sept 28. 7:30 a.m.-12:00 p.m. This is one of the Kiwanis Club of Terre Haute’s main fundraisers for the year. Proceeds will go to help fund the BUG program of the Wabash Valley, as well as, the Kiwanis High School Scholarship, Middle School Geography Bowl, Eddie Conners Awards and many other programs and Grants throughout the year. Help the Kiwanis Club continue to provide programs for Children of the Wabash Valley, by joining us for breakfast. Location: 1075 N Fruitridge Ave, Terre Haute, IN.
Sat Sept 28. Covered With Love “Stuff The Truck” Diaper Drive. Drop off your packages of new baby diapers (size Preemie, Newborn, 4, 5 & 6) or disposable training pants (sizes 2/3T, 3/4T & 4/5T) at one of our convenient locations, Walmart US 41, Walmart St Rd 46 or Meadows Shopping Center to help us stock our local diaper bank shelves!
FEATURED EVENT! Family Learning Day at the Vigo County Public Library!
Sat Sept 28. 9:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. Family Learning Day at VCPL Main Branch. All Ages: Attend Family Learning Day to discover new forms of art, games, and hands on crafts that are available in Vigo County throughout the year. Local organizations and businesses will provide creative activities for you and your children to explore together – from learning Chinese calligraphy to playing a new instrument. Children will be able to select multiple new books to take home.
FEATURED EVENT! Housing Fair
Sat Sept 28. 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Terre Haute Area Association of REALTORS Housing Fair at Vigo County Fairgrounds. Meet with Title Companies, Home Warranty Companies, Appraisers, Builders, Lenders etc. We will have a Car Show as well as many FUN activities for children of all ages! There will be free snacks available, Food Trucks, and door prize drawings!
Sat Sept 28. 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Intro to Blacksmithing at Fowler Park: Pioneer Village. Work with experienced blacksmiths to learn how to operate a blacksmith forge, understand the parts of an anvil, and the uses for various hand tools in the blacksmith shop.Ages 18+. $60.
Sat Sept 28. 4:00-9:00 p.m. 2019 Swope Downtown Challenge. Join us again this year for an Amazing-Race-meets-Trivia-Night-meets-Celebrate-the-Arts type event in Downtown Terre Haute. Designed to highlight the artistic elements that surround us in downtown Terre Haute with all funds raised for the Swope Art Museum. Team of 4 registration $120-$160.
Sat Sept 28-Sun Sept 29. 11:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. 6th annual Clayshire Castle Medieval Faire in Bowling Green. $8 for adults and $4 children during pre-event sales and $10 and $5 at the door. Fun for the whole family! Come see full-armor jousting, theater and comedy shows, and live music and dancing.
Sat Sept 28. 11:00 a.m. and Sun Sept 29 3:00 p.m. Lightwire Theatre: Dino-Light! at Hatfield Hall. In this original story line, a famous scientist with magic powers brings a friendly dinosaur to life. This glow-in-the-dark adventure is visually stunning and has been praised for its cutting edge blend of puppetry, technology and dance by audiences all over the world. Tickets start at $15.
Sun Sept 29. 1:00-4:00 p.m. Amazing Space: A Mid-Century Church Tour. Tour five mid-century churches showing how modern style influenced ecclesial design in the 1950s and 1960s. Created for various denominations, the churches illustrate the frequent overlap of traditional and Modernist design. Advance tickets $5/member, $7/non-member. On the day of the tour $8/member, $10/non-member.
Sun. Sept 29. 1:00-4:00 PM. Fall Farm Day at the Woods. Join us for a fun family day filled with alpacas, hayrides, demonstrations and facts about the farm. Learn about the history of farming at the Woods from 1840 and how we care for creation today. Tour our ground and enjoy meeting with our alpacas. Children’s activities are available at both White Violet Center and Providence Spirituality & Conference Center. Delicious treats (popcorn, cider and apples) are available! Admission is free. Donations are appreciated. For more information, please call 812-535-2932 or email WVC@spsmw.org.
Mon Sept 30. 4:00-6:00 p.m. Creative Leaders- First Tee of Indiana at Vigo County Main Library. Ages 5-11: Learn golf, life lessons, and leadership skills with The First Tee of Indiana. This nationally recognized leader in junior golf incorporates Nine Core Values – respect, courtesy, responsibility, honesty, sportsmanship, confidence, judgment, perseverance, and integrity.
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Fri Aug 30-Mon Sept 2. Casey Popcorn Festival. Three full days of family fun, food, and entertainment in a street festival. Live bands, A huge carnival, more than 60 craft booths, a car show, kids tractor pulls, Bessie Bingo, and so much more. Free Popcorn!
Sat Aug 31 and Sun Sept 1. Polka Lessons at 2019 Little Italy Festival in Clinton, IN. The dance teams will be offering lessons to the public free of charge! Come out to celebrate our Italian Heritage and learn some authentic dances!
Sun Sept 1- Fri Sept 6. Registration for Purdue Space Day. It will be using a lottery system for registering participants this year. Space Day is 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Nov 9th, 2019. It is an one day educational outreach program which provides school students in grades 3-8 the opportunity to learn about STEM in West Lafayette, IN. Free.
Mon Sept 2. 11:00 a.m. Terre Haute Labor Day Parade. Line up starts at 10:00 am at the corner of 11th and Wabash. Parade starts at 11:00 am and ends with a bean dinner at Fairbanks Park.
Tues Sept 3 and Wed Sept 4. 6:00 p.m. Terre Haute Casino Community Forum. These public forums will serve as an opportunity for voters to ask questions about and show support for the Vote Yes on #1 casino referendum campaign.
Wed Sept 4. 6:30 p.m. Books & Brews at Terre Haute Brewing Company, hosted by Vigo County Public Library. Meet new friends and have a great time discussing your favorite books with some THBC brews! Book: Liane Moriarty’s Big Little Lies. Ages 21 & Up.
Fri Sept 6-Sun Sept 8. Kiwanis Indiana Balloon Fest 2019 in Bloomington, IN. Pyrotechnic Skydivers, Giant Kites, Entertainment and more! This family-friendly, fun-filled weekend-long event includes hot air balloons with some special shapes. The shapes for 2019 will be Tweety Bird, Sylvester, Smiley Scarecrow and a haunted mansion!
Fri Sept 6. 3:30-6:00 p.m. Open House for Camp Navigate. We will soon be revealing our newly remodeled rooms at the West Vigo Community Center…stay tuned!
Fri Sept 6. Flashback First Friday in Downtown Terre Haute. In addition to the usual fun, local non-profits will present far-out ways to get involved with their organization. And as always you’ll have a narly time visiting downtown’s museums, restaurants, shops and more. 5:00 Pokemon Flashback at Terre Haute Children’s Museum. Catch all the Pokemon hidden within the Museum and earn your gem! Included with admission. 4:00 Back to the Jurassic at Vigo County Main Library. Design your own paleontologist gear before you set off on your first excavation to discover hidden dinosaur bones, or dress up as a dinosaur and show off your “ROAR!”
Fri Sept 6. 6:30 p.m. Terre Haute Flute Choir Concert at Vigo County Historical Society and Museum. Enjoy a free concert in the Auditorium of the new History Center!
Sat Sept 7 and Sun Sept 8. September Book Sale at Vigo County Public Library Main Branch. Shop from a selection of thousands of books including: Art, Biography, Children’s, Cookbooks, Fiction, History, Nonfiction, Recently Published, and Travel. We also have Magazines, Audio Books, DVDs, Vinyl Records, CDs, and more!
Sat Sept 7. 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. Community Sale at Deming Park . If you are looking to get rid of those totes that have just been sitting around your house taking up space this is the time to sign-up and make room. If you have already made that room then come on out and see what treasures you can take home to fill those gaps.
Sat Sept 7. 9:00 a.m. Griffin Bike Park Work Day. Come out and help finish the bike park. We have many ongoing projects to finish and new ones to start. We will serve lunch, and host a trail ride at 2:30!
Sat Sept 7. 9:30 a.m.-10:15 a.m. Preschool Clay at Deming Park Pottery. Ages: 2-5. Cost: $7.
Sat Sept 7. 10:00 a.m. Mother Goose on the Loose at Vigo County Public Library Main Branch. Join Mother Goose for an interactive storytime with books, songs, rhymes and musical instruments. You and your child will play together and develop early literacy skills.
Sat Sept 7. 10:30a.m. -12:00 p.m. Kids’ Clay at Deming Park Pottery. Ages: 5-12. Cost: $15.
Sat Sept 7. 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. The French Hen & Co Fall Open House. The shop will be full of fall goodies, pumpkin spice coffee and treats! The first 25 guest will receive a French Hen shopping bag with goodies! Also shop with our guest vendor Shelby Koch from The Black Cow mobile boutique for awesome clothing and accessories!
Sat Sept 7. 12:00-10:00 p.m. WaterTower 2nd Anniversary! This event is open to all ages, there is no cost to join in on the fun, so come on down to the Watertower and celebrate another year in this amazing community! We will have Live music and the Fried Pie guys out there serving up their amazing food!
Sun Sept 8. 10 am-3:00 p.m. Wabash Valley Exotic Pet Expo. Wabash Valley Fairgrounds. Adults, $5. Children 12 and under, $1. Infants, fre.
Tues Sept 10. 9:30 a.m. Tot Time: Going on a Bear Hunt at Terre Haute Children’s Museum. Play with shadows, make binoculars, and create a bear-y good snack for our hunt. Tot Time is an interactive, educational program for children ages 2-5 and their caregiver. Pre-registration is required. Included with admission.
Tues Sept 10. 10:00 a.m. Exploration Creations at Vigo County Public Library Main Branch. All Ages: Explore, create, and learn about science, art, history, and other subjects in this family-oriented program. Free-play will also be available for younger children.
Tues Sept 10. 7:00 p.m. Mayors Forum Hosted by Citizens of Action at the Booker T. Washington Community Center. Please come out to hear all candidates running for Mayor of our city to be an informed voter and make your vote count. Please contact us to let us know what questions you would like to hear answered by the candidates.
Thurs Sept 12. 6:00 p.m. Writing to Ideas, Photos and Inspiration A Fundraiser for CODA. Hosted by Leah R. Singer: Freelance Writer and Editor. Whether you want to write personal narratives, practice creative writing or try your hand at poetry, this class will help you take the words in your head and put them down on paper. Tickets $20.