October 25, 2014
Sitting right outside of the town of Nashville is the Bill Monroe Music Park and Campground. This month for Halloween this location is home to Cedar Rock. Cedar Rock is a unique haunted attraction in that is has the Midwest’s longest haunted trail and Scare Fest featuring live music and a bonfire. Other haunted attractions include Zombie Challenge and Electro Shock Maze.
General admission prices range from $15 for the haunted trail only to $25 for a combo ticket, with discounted prices for children 12 and under, pre-purchased tickets online, and groups of 15 or more. V.I.P. Fast Pass tickets available at higher rate. Scare Fest is free.
ISB is thrilled to announce select pre-professional students performing at Dance Kaleidoscope’s production of Carmina Burana. Dancing a world premiere by Victoria Lyras, Rondo Capriccioso, ISB will open the program. Performances take place October 23 through October 26 at the Indiana Repertory Theatre’s OneAmerica Stage. Tickets can be purchased through the IRT or Dance Kaleidoscope.
Times and ticket prices vary per day. Please see the IRT website for more details.
The Columbus American Legion will host a party with games, prizes, and tattoos for kids. Costume Party will be held at noon with prizes awarded. We will have breakfast available for purchase from 9am – noon while other activities are free.
WALK TOWARD A CURE FOR BREAST CANCER
Join the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
Take us one step closer to finding a cure for breast cancer. Join the American Cancer Society’s Making Strides Against Breast Cancer community walk on Saturday, October 25, at Celebration Plaza in White River State Park, 801 W Washington St, Indianapolis. Registration begins at 7:30 a.m.; the 5K walk starts at 9 a.m. Proceeds from the non-competitive, family-friendly event benefit breast cancer research and local breast cancer education and free patient/caregivers support programs. Call 1-800-227-2345 or visit www.makingstrideswalk.org/indianapolisin to learn how you can help finish the fight.
Make a useful little basket. It has a handle with a base and inside divider all in one piece. It can be used to store an abundance of “stuff.” A traditional weaving method, which is over/under, start/stop, are used to create this basket. Add color if desired or leave it all natural. This is a good “beginner” basket. Instructors are Ruth and Kathy Shroyer, Sisters’ Handcrafted Baskets. $20 fee covers all supplies. Register at mybcpl.org or call 379-1266. For ages 12 and over.
The Museum is always a great place to visit and to learn and admission is always free. Today members of the 71st Special Operation Squadron, activated on May 13, 1968 to expedite the deployment of AC-119G gunships to the Vietnam War, will be present to talk about their mission and work. They will also share their personal experiences and answer questions.
Join us for lunch or dinner to help support this cause – All proceeds will go towards Anna’s kidney transplant medical expenses.
- pulled pork sandwich, 2 sides and dessert – $5
- hot dog, chips, dessert – $3
- drinks – $0.50, sandwiches – $3, dessert – $1
Join Indiana Paranormal Investigators, professionalparanormalinvestigations.com, as they present all new evidence they have gathered over the years proving the existence of spirits and demons. This year the group will sit and discuss YOUR experiences and try to answer any questions you might have about that experience. Win a chance to investigate with PPI.
Paranormal investigation team, I.K.O.P.S., conducts tours of the Sherman House and Gibson Theatre in Batesville. Includes Sherman House’s Fall Harvest Buffet, group psychics readings, tours and never before seen film footage from the Sherman House and the Gibson Theatre ghost investigations. Begins at 5:30 at the Sherman House. Reservations required call 812-934-1000.