• 1st Bloom & Glow 1st Bloom & Glow in the Richmond Rose Garden on Wednesday, June 3rd
  • Fishing at Middlefork Reservoir Fishing at Middlefork Reservoir Check WayNet's Fishing guide for regulations and public fishing locations.
  • Old National Road Yard Sale Old National Road Yard Sale Enjoy the journey along the Old National Road as you look for bargains!



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Social Services Directory

Everybody needs a bit of help from time to time. If you, a loved one or neighbor needs help, but you're not sure where to turn, check WayNet's Social Service Directory. Listings for everything from AA meetings to food pantries to mental health services. Remember you can call 211 for referrals too!

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Local Restaurant Options

No matter whether you choose to eat pizza on a double-decker bus, enjoy a steak in an elegant Victorian home or a famous Hoosier tenderloin at a local drive-in, you're sure to enjoy tasting your way across Wayne County, Indiana! See the multitude of options in WayNet's Restaurant Guide.

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1st Bloom & Glow

In celebration of the first bloom of the season, the Richmond Rose Garden is hosting "1st Bloom & Glow" on June 3rd. Tickets are $20 for food which will be served in the garden from 6:30-8:30 p.m. However, the public is invited for FREE to watch the hot air balloons as they are inflated and prepare to glow at around 8:30 p.m.

What's Happening in Wayne County?

Autocar Toughman Half - Saturday, May 30th

Logo: Toughman Indiana HalfAthletes from all over will be in Richmond on Saturday, May 30th for the Autocar Toughman Half - testing themselves to see if they can swim 1.2 miles (in 68º water!), then go on a 56 mile bike ride, and finish with a 13.1 mile run. Whew! Watch for extra activity on the Cardinal Geenway, Industrial Parkway and Waterfall Road. Those interested in participating may signup online.

Summer Reading Programs at Your Local Library

Caught ReadingDon't let any of those perfect summer days slip away without a good book on hand! Sign up for the reading progam at your local library and enjoy cool prizes and fun challenges to keep you motivated. Great for all ages!

Old National Road Yard Sale - May 27 through 31

Roller Skates & GlobeIf you're traveling along U.S. 40 this week, watch for cars stopping abruptly along the side of the road as bargain hunters prowl the Old National Road for bargains and treasurers from dawn to dusk. This yard sale stretches from Baltimore, MD to St. Louis, MO, but it's easy to believe you'll find the best items here along the Antique Alley!

Download your FREE Richmond Parks & Recreation Summer Recreation Guide!

Logo: Richmond Parks & Recreation GuideThe Richmond Parks and Recreation 2015 Summer Recreation Guide is now available. Don't miss any of the fun movies, special events, youth camps, and sports programs. The guide also features information on pool and golf programs, senior activities, boating at Middlefork Reservoir as well as facility rentals. For more information, contact the Richmond Parks & Rec Department at 765.983.7275.

What's Your Positive Vision for Richmond?

Graphic: T-Shirt w/Love of Cities Cover ArtDesign a positive image of your vision with a slogan for Richmond and you could win $300! The public is invited to submit their own creative t-shirt designs that will help re-brand Richmond as a lovable city! This contest was inspired by Author Peter Kageyama, who wrote "For the Love of Cities " and "Love Where You Live ". In fact, Peter has agreed to be on the judges panel! Contest details are available on Facebook or at the Richmond Art Museum, 350 Hub Etchison Parkway, Richmond. For more information, call 765.939.0888. Entry deadline is June 5, 2015.


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  • This Month
Thursday, May 28
• May Term Art Show
• Old National Road Yard Sale
• On Display!
• Summer Reading Signups
• Indiana Tree Stewardship
• "Coaches for Kids"
• FREE help with Medicaid
• Tummies, Tales, and Treats
• Living With Lupus- Richmond
• Family Story Night
• AA meeting/open
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Did You Know?

Oliver P. Morton, who served as the 14th Governor of Indiana during the American Civil War, was a Wayne County native. His family home still stands along the National Road on the west side of Centerville.