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“May the Farce Be With You”, Comedy Production – Old Town Players Theatre

Old Town Players Theatre 432 Broadway Street, Vincennes

Theatre is back in 2021! The Old Town Players Theatre will present the comedy, May the Farce Be With You. The production follows a science fiction theme opening with evil invaders from the planet Inferna attacking the annual conference of the Idealistic Earth Invididuals Organization (E.I.E.I.O.). The comedy will be held on Friday, April 23 and …

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Adventure Days: Native Americans in Indiana

Vincennes State Historic Sites 1 W. Harrison Street, Vincennse

Children are invited to bring history to life during Native Americans in Indiana! Explore the past, present, and day-to-day lives of Native Americans in the Hoosier state. Make crafts, sample foods, experience songs, and dance, plus so much more! This two-hour program is being offered to children in grades 3 - 5 to learn through …

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“Guitar Fest”, Virtual Performance

As part of the Spring 2021 Music Program, the Vincennes University Performing Arts Department will present “Guitar Fest” at the Red Skelton Performing Arts Center on Thursday, April 29 at 7:30pm. The performance will feature V. U. students, faculty and guests. *Due to safety protocols implemented by Vincennes University during the COVID-19 Pandemic, members of …

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“Birds!!!”, “Second Sunday Nature Walk” – Ouabache Trails Park

Ouabache Trails Park 3500 North Lower Fort Knox Road, Vincennes

Birds!!!, May's “Second Sunday Nature Walk” will begin at the River Fishing Trail and include nearby areas. This walk is for people of any level, from Never-Been-Birding-But-Am-Curious, to novices, to experienced birders. Local expert birders Gary and Lisa Bowman will be leading us on a casual walk to look for birds, learn how to find …

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Second Friday Art Talk

Join Andy Jendrzejewski as he provides information about the sculptures and artist who created them.  On May 14th Andy will discuss Ronin located next to Eyeworks.  Attendees are welcome to share opinions and ask questions and engage in art in new ways. Attendees will be asked to fill out a brief evaluation of the sculpture …

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Spirit Vincennes Rendezvous

French Commons Willow Street and River Road, Vincennes

Take a step back in time and surround yourself with the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of the American Revolutionary War period during the Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous held at the French Commons (w/15+ acres of parking). Enjoy authentic food prepared over open fires and browse through merchant tents that offer goods relative to the …

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Spirit Vincennes Rendezvous

French Commons Willow Street and River Road, Vincennes

Take a step back in time and surround yourself with the sights, smells, sounds and tastes of the American Revolutionary War period during the Spirit of Vincennes Rendezvous held at the French Commons (w/15+ acres of parking). Enjoy authentic food prepared over open fires and browse through merchant tents that offer goods relative to the …

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“Journals for June”, “Second Sunday Nature Walk” – Ouabache Trails Park

Ouabache Trails Park 3500 North Lower Fort Knox Road, Vincennes

No need to be an artist or writer to participate in “Journals for June”!  Everyone will receive a very small, simple, blank “journal” with several pages. Each page will correspond to a different kind of activity and observation. This is a casual walk, learning different ways to use the senses and make observations. We will …

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“The Web Of Life”, “Second Sunday Nature Walk” – Ouabache Trails Park

This is a casual walk, being observant of what is around us and how they are all connected to one another. There will be a group activity at the start of the walk, and then an observation activity will take place during the walk, which participants can do by themselves or with another person. Both …

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