Volume 04, Issue 09-30
HUNGRY? BAKE SALE OPEN UNTIL 1:00 P.M. THURSDAY
Hurry on out to Achieva at 800 Mendelson Drive (formerly Green Acres) to grab dessert at their bake sale, benefiting the United Way. Baked goods are only $1.00!
FREE CONCERT TONIGHT! - THURSDAY, September 30, 2004
Richmond will be Rockin' and Rollin' on Roosevelt Hill again as the last Richmond Parks and Recreation concert of the 2004 series will be brought to you for absolutely NO CHARGE. Bring the whole family, a picnic basket, blanket, lawn chairs, and a group of friends at 7:00 pm tonight (Thursday, September 30th) to the bandshell in Glen Miller Park.
Tonight's featured performer: Lesley
Byers and the Jazz Cats
ANOTHER FREE CONCERT - FRIDAY,
October 1, 2004
“Concert of Country Blues and Gennett Records”
Blues savant and Grammy award winner, Dr. David Evans offers "pure,
unadulterated country blues in perfection," according to Blues News. Evans will present the tremendous blues legacy left by Richmond's Gennett Records and a rousing blues concert for a night of mojo-filled entertainment.
7:30 p.m. at Goddard Hall, Earlham College. Get your free tickets at Runyon Center Desk or at Starr-Gennett Foundation's office, 33 South 7th Street, Richmond.
AND MORE FREE EVENTS! MOVIE: A
Christopher Guest’s “mockumentary” of Folk Music – A Mighty Wind – will be shown at Richmond Civic Theatre on Friday, October 1, 2004 at 7:30 p.m. It is free and open to the public. Guest's other movies include "Best in Show" and "Waiting for Guffman".
The intent is to get people “in the mood” for This Land Is Your Land: An American Songbook which will take place in Civic Hall on Saturday, October 23, 2004 at 4 p.m. and 8 p.m.
ADDITIONAL WEEKEND EVENTS
Test your spatial skills at the McMaze Indiana at Doughtery Orchard at 1117 Dougherty Road, Cambridge City. Don't forget the apples & petting farm! $5.00/adults; $4.00 12 & under.
Fuzzy's Freak Show takes you on a haunted adventure at the Williamsburg Community Center, 8500 N. Centerville Road, just north of U.S. 35.
Wayne and Union County residents may recycle computer monitors, cpu's, televisions, and other electronics. Also "white goods" such as washers, dryers, stoves, refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners. Also up to 8 car or truck tires, fluorescent bulbs, (whole, unbroken) and lawn mower and car batteries. Take items to the lot west of Wayne County Fairgrounds on Salisbury Road. 8am to 4pm Saturday
Enjoy the architecture of old Richmond as you stroll the 4th Street Fair, purchasing crafts and enjoying tasty treats. South Fourth Street in Richmond, South A to South E streets. 10am to 5pm Sat & Sun.
Gospel Revelations, Jazz Ensemble and the Percussion Ensemble-Rhythm Project share the stage for an evening of upbeat and inspiring music at the Earlham Family Weekend Concert at Goddard Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday evening.
Find more fun events on WayNet's
BUY YOUR TICKET THIS WEEK!
You only have until October 5th to purchase your ticket for The Untouchable Times, an upcoming fund-raiser on October 9th for the
Starr-Gennett Foundation. The evening will include dinner at Forest Hills Country Club, a concert (dancing encouraged!) by the Indianapolis Jazz Orchestra and a speakeasy for the entertainment of all the flappers and mobsters in attendance! Call the Starr-Gennett Foundation office, 33 South 7th Street, Richmond, at (765) 962-1511 for tickets.
COMING SOON - TASTE OF WAYNE COUNTY
For only $10/person, you can get a "taste" of the tasty treats from over 20 local restaurants - all in one location! Taste of Wayne County will be held at the Richmond Square Mall on Thursday, October 7th from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mark your calendars now to attend this fun event!
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