With a wealth of styles from pioneer built log cabins to Art Moderne, and everything in between, Wayne County is an architecture lover's dream. Visit our Architecture page to learn the names of a variety of styles you can find in the community or visit our Flickr set to see more examples. Many have been listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Wayne County Genealogical Society is ready and willing to help you learn how to find your long-lost ancestors. This group meets the fourth Saturday of each month (except December and January), at 10:00 a.m. in the Educational Building of St. John Lutheran Church, 501 S. 7th Street, Richmond, IN. They also have a family history library, open Saturdays and Mondays.
Creative, talented people have long been an important part of the fabric of Wayne County. These fourteen names are likely familiar to you, but we've gathered them into one location so that you can see examples of their artwork and learn more about each artist, whose works hang in many area institutions.
The Gaar Mansion is beautiful at any time of year, but it's a special treat to see this beautiful mansion decorated for the holiday! Tours are held on Sundays on December 1, 8, 15, and 22nd. The tours start on the hour. Fee is $5.00 for adults and $2.00 for those 18 and under. Holiday decorations provided by area vendors and are available for sale.
On December 14th only, after-life archeologist, Anthony Truitt, will present "Spirits of Christmas Past" at 6:00 p.m., 7:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Tickets for this event are $12.00/person. For more information, call 765.966.1262.
Families create memories during the Old Fashioned Christmas Festival in Richmond's historic Depot District, along Fort Wayne Avenue and North E Streets. During this magical season our neighborhood comes alive with attractions and events for young and old alike. It's hard to pick a favorite...the trains, the animals, rides on a real double-decker bus or music of the season. For more information on this festival, call 765.939.3325.
WayNet's newest sponsor is Recovery Priority, LLC which provides a comprehensive strategy for mental health issues, including interpersonal skills, social adjustments, education, family support, and wellness planning for adolescents and adults. They even offer online telehealth therapy for those who are unable to visit a therapist's office for individual, family or work reasons. Locate them on our Sponsor's page or in the Health Directory, under "Mental Health".
WayNet welcomes new sponsor, TBK America. Located at 3700 Industries Road in Richmond, Indiana, this company manufactures and markets pumps and engine components to engine maker and vehicle manufactures in the U.S.A. While they are working on creating their website, you can reach them via their Human Resources Manager, Donna Thompson.
The IU East Center for Leadership Development provides unique opportunities for local, affordable training and development. Innovation is a critical competency in today's competitive environment and successful leaders and organizations are learning how to use a set of processes and tools to create innovation. On December 3, the IU East Center for Leadership Development is offering, Designing for Innovation, a session that will provide an introduction to these processes and tools. For more information, and to register, please visit the IU East Center for Leadership Development at iue.edu/business/leadership.
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|Mail:||50 North Fifth St.
Richmond, IN 47374
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