As the temperatures rise so have the number of events happening in Knox County. Farm stands and markets are opening up, local concerts, and productions are all happening more and more often. This weekend though is perfect for those who love the arts! Keep reading to discover what’s happening this weekend in Knox County.
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.
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 …
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!
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 …
Warmer weather has arrived and there is no better place to be than Knox County. With events large and small happening nearly every week, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!
Ready to plan your trip to Knox County but not sure where to start? What better way to experience a place than through its food! The Indiana Culinary Trails Passport allows participants to visit dozens of locations and sample local cuisine throughout the state. With a variety of different culinary trails to try, there is something on the menu for everyone!
With the extensive history that Knox County and Vincennes have, some may have the idea that our sites, attractions, and festivals are not family-friendly, but that could not be further from the truth! There is a multitude of family and kid-friendly events in Knox County—some happen every week!
There are many different days of the year that we love, but there may be one we love above all else; Pi Day. Yes, Pi Day. 3.1415926…. Okay, what we actually love is PIE – but here in Knox County, we’ll celebrate just about anything, especially if food is involved! So come celebrate with us! You can even win a prize! Check out the rules below