• Photo: White blossom of the grandiflora trillium. Spring ShowDon't miss the fleeting opportunity to see the show Mother Nature is offering this spring!
  • Photo: Playground equipment at Maplewood Park in Centerville, Indiana. Maplewood Park This Centerville park offers great equipment for children to climb and explore.
  • Photo: Bradford Pear trees bloom along the National Road in East Germantown, Indiana. Blooming trees along the National Road

     

 

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Family Earth Day

Due to the pandemic, Saturday, April 24th from 10am to 2pm will be the first ever drive-thru Family Earth Day Celebration! Carpool with your family and enjoy a drive through the beautiful Hayes Arboretum (use the 801 Elks Rd entrance). Free trees and goodie bags will be given out to the first 300 cars!

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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!

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Phantoscope Film Festival

See the best films by high school artists in the US and Canada at the 14th Annual Phantoscope Film Festival, hosted by the RAM on Facebook Live at 6:00 p.m. on Friday, April 23rd. See the top films selected by a jury of film industry and creative professionals from 173 entries from across the U.S.

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Did You Know?

The first county seat in Wayne County was located in Salisbury, a town that no longer exists. The county seat was moved to Centerville in 1818 and finally to Richmond in 1873.