• Photo: Pink crabapple tree blossoms in front of the Cambridge City Public Library. Cambridge City Public LibraryHome of the Overbeck Museum.
  • Photo: Brick arch along the auto trail at Hayes Arboretum. Morton Arch A favorite highlight of the Hayes Arboretum Auto Tour.
  • Photo: Crabapple tress blosson in front of Reid Health in Richmond, Indiana. Reid Health Right Beside You.

     

 

Photo: Seedling in pot beside garden snips.

MRL Community Art Show

Morrisson-Reeves Library's first community art show has been hung (or posted online!) and is ready for viewing. Stop by the library during regular business hours to see the art hung in the Tiffany Reading Room, or view the art gallery virtually! Many of the artists are exhibiting for the first time!

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Vaccine Sign Up!

Hoosiers, 16+, can sign up for the vaccine now! Learn how Indiana plans to get Back On Track or find local info from the Wayne County Health Department. Additional resources are available in WayNet's Health section. Remember - it's STILL important to wash your hands!

Photo: King's Cafe in Cambridge City, Indiana.

Spring Antique Fair

The thrill of the hunt will once again intice antique shoppers to Cambridge City's Spring Antique Fair on May 8th. In addition to the permanant stores, dealers will line the streets of this attractive, small town. Don't forget to include a time for a stop by your favorite eatery while you're visiting!

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Did You Know?

Richmond was long known as "The Rose City" due to being home to Hills' Roses. Founder, E. G. Hill, was a gifted rose hybridizer, and introduced countless roses to the world. Hills' was once known as the largest grower of roses under glass. Hill Floral Products stopped growing roses in 1995.