• Fireworks Over the Midway Fireworks Over the Midway Missed the fireworks at the Fair? Check WayNet's calendar for fireworks this weekend!
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Photo: Summer at the Gaar Mansion

Concert at Gaar Farm

Picnic at the Gaar Farm for an old-fashioned Independence Day celebration on July 3rd, featuring a concert by the Richmond Community Orchestra. Tours of the house are available from 6-7 p.m. and the concert begins at 7 p.m. Bring your own picnic and stay to enjoy the aerial fireworks being set off at Glen Miller Park. Tickets are $10/person; call 765.966.1262 for details.

Photo: Fireworks Over Glen Miller Park

Independence Day

Area communities are ready to celebrate Independence Day with a bang! July 1: Fountain City, July 2nd: Cambridge City, July 3rd: Richmond, and July 4th: Hagerstown. Check WayNet's Community Calendar for details. Looking for a place for the family to picnic? Check our Recreational Facilities listing.

Photo: Salisbury Courthouse

Centerville Garden Tour

Support Historic Centerville's preservation efforts by attending the Centerville Garden Tour on Saturday, July 9th from 9am-4pm and Sunday, July 10th from 11am to 4pm. Tickets are $10/person. Not a Gardner? Surely you like ice cream! There will be an ice cream social both days from 1-5pm at the Mansion House, 214 East Main St., Centerville.

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Digital Fix: Advancing Your Tech Skills

iPadCenter City Development Corporation is offering a series of workshops on social media, business development and tech training. This Tuesday, sign up for "Digital Fix: Advancing Your Tech Skills" to learn how to better use your tech devices. Jack Broering, a retired IT instructor, will use workshop participants' problems as examples for attendees to teach each other how to get more out of their devices. Space is limited. To register for this free event, contact the Innovation Center at 765.962.8151.

Open House at Reid Pediatric & Internal Medicine - Thursday, June 30th

Supplied Photo: Reid Pediatric & Internal Medicine Reid Pediatric & Internal Medicine will celebrate its new home at 1485 Chester Boulevard, Richmond with an open house from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, June 30. Activities, besides a formal ribbon cutting, will include "Touch a Truck" with the Richmond Fire Department, a visit from Iron Man, a Richmond Police Department cruiser, motorcycle and K-9 unit and more. Free. For more information, call 765.966.5527.

Richmond Farmer's Market - Every Saturday This Summer!

Farmer's Market Flowers & ProduceRichmond Farmer's Market is being held at 10th and East Main Street in Richmond, across from Civic Theatre from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon each Saturday through October. Local vendors will have homemade baked goods, sweets, honey, jewelry, meat, eggs, in-season produce (as it becomes available), and more. The Richmond Farmers Market is growers-only, to ensure your purchase is directly from the producer. Questions? Call 765.983.7425.

Richmond Jazz Baseball - Sunday, July 3rd

Logo: Richmond JazzEnjoy a fun night at McBride Stadium watching the Richmond Jazz baseball team, a member of the Great Lakes Summer Collegiate League. Tickets are only $3/person and kids under 12 are free! Sunday, July 3rd the game begins at 5:05 p.m. as the Richmond Jazz takes on the Cincinnati Steam. McBride Stadium is located at 201 Northwest 13th Street, Richmond. For more information, call 765.977.3063.


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Did You Know?

Singin' Sam, the Barbasol Man, (Harry Frankel) was the highest paid radio performer in his time. He was a Richmond, Indiana native and retired to Richmond before his death at the age of 60 on June 12, 1948.