What is the “Out of this World Outdoor Movies” Series?

With the 2024 total solar eclipse looming, we are looking for more ways to help bring our community together in educational and fun ways. We believe this event will do both. Our goal is to show two movies, the first being a kid and family-friendly film, while the second we hope will keep our adult audience around and may even evoke a sense of nostalgia. We’ve carefully selected blockbuster hits from now and the past in hopes of bringing as many people together as possible to foster a sense of community.

What to Bring with You to the Rendezvous

The Rendezvous is one of the busiest times in Knox County. In the haste of packing for this exciting and fun-filled weekend, it can be easy to forget certain items. Sunscreen – Great news! It’s supposed to be a beautiful, sunny weekend out! With that in mind though, it’s important to protect yourself from harmful …

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5 Local Hidden Gems You Should Add to Your Knox County Itinerary

1. McKinley Orchard Restaurant Only open once a week for a few select hours, McKinley Orchard is a family-owned restaurant and orchard that serves delicious, home-cooked food. Established in 1976, McKinley Orchard Restaurant serves home-cooked food unlike any you’ve had before. 2. Kali’s Bake Adventure Relatively new to the Vincennes, Kali’s Bake Adventures offers stuffed …

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Two point perspective: Bartholomew, Messer show ‘Where We Are’

From the still capture of a rural moment, to a thrumming hum of more urban life, photographers Carol Messmer and Tom Bartholomew will show divergent but harmonious views of “where we are” in an exhibit by the same name that opens Friday, as part of the first Friday Art Walk series, then continuing through June 17. The exhibit will host receptions from 5-8 p.m. May 5 and June 2, then will continue Tuesdays through Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. at Art Space Vincennes, at 521 Main Street.

Can’t Miss May Events

Flowers are blooming, trees are turning green, and our calendars are filling up with events! Although Knox County always stays busy during the cooler months, the summer is when it really shines. With something happening nearly every weekend, there is no shortage of things to do!
Keep reading to find out about just a few of the events happening in Knox County this month!

Weekend Roundup

Friday, April 21st Paddle Battle: Pickleball Tournament A pickleball tournament is set for April 20-22 featuring eight courts, a swag bag, and a shirt included in the $40 tournament fee. Men’s Women’s and Co-Ed doubles tournaments are planned at levels 3.0, 3.5, and 4.0. While it’s $40 per tournament, there’s an additional $10 for multiple …

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