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Salons, Barber Shops and Spas has been added to WayNet's
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Welcome to Richmond
Visit WayNet's new member, the Richmond Health
Connection's web site to learn more about their
facility, classes, staff and more.
Welcome to Manpower of Richmond
If you are seeking a job or have an employment opening
to fill, be sure to drop by the web site of new WayNet
member, Manpower of
Live Theatre: To Kill a Mockingbird
Richmond Civic Theatre presents its Main Stage
production, To Kill A Mockingbird, on October
13th, 14th, 15th, 20th, and 21st. Friday &
Saturday shows start at 7:30 p.m.; Sunday shows start at
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
traveling Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall will be will be
on display in Richmond, October 11th through the 15th in
Veterans Memorial Park in the Whitewater Gorge. To
reach Veterans Memorial Park, from East Main Street,
turn north at 2nd Street (just west of the new jail), an
go one block to Johnson Street. Follow Johnson
Street down the hill, turning right on to Remembering
Veterans Drive, where parking will be available.
County Candidates Debate:
Richmond Wayne County Chamber of Commerce is sponsoring
a debate this evening, Thursday, October 12 at Vivian
Auditorium in Whitewater Hall at IU East to allow voters
to meet and listen to candidates running for Wayne
County Commissioner District 1, Wayne County Assessor,
County Council District 2 and County Council District 4.
Debate begins at 6:00 p.m.
Chamber of Commerce:
Information for Election 2006:
Take a Hike
Enjoy the crisp autumn
days with a hike along one of Wayne County's public
trails. All of these areas are free and open to
Greenway Rail Trail
Cope Environmental Center
hiking & walking ideas
weekend in Wayne county
There are lots of fun events to take part in this
weekend. Be sure to check
community calendar for upcoming events.
"To Kill a Mockingbird" at Richmond Civic
scared for fun at Fuzzy's Freak Show
the "Blues Traveler" Concert at Earlham's
the Vietnam Veteran's Wall Memorial in the Gorge
a new craft! Take the Needle Felting class
at IU East.
a free vision screening or donate your old eye glasses
at the Lions Club Vision Van
the Community Baby Shower
children's activities and more during Hayes Arboretum
Fall Foliage Day
Channel 8 WISH-TV personality, Dick Wolfsie at a
book signing at the National Road Welcome Center
the old cars during the Cruise-In at the Wayne
County Historical Museum
this and more on WayNet's Community Calendar!
Many area organizations are sponsoring Halloween-themed
events. Again, check
Calendar for specifics.
the whole family to the Pumpkin Decorating Workshop
on October 21st at Richmond Art Museum.
in the 5th Running Scared 5K in Cambridge City on
Humanities Club presents “Spook-tacular Night of
Poetry!” at Charlie’s Coffee Bar. Attendees are
encouraged to to read original or published poetry.
cult classic film "Rocky Horror Picture Show"
will be shown at McGuire Hall on October 27th at 7:00
p.m. as part of the Richmond Art Museum's f.a.d.e.-IN
film series (focusing on art, education, & diversity
Classic Film Series presents two nights of double
features: "Bride of Frankenstein" and "Young
Frankenstein" on Friday, October 27th and "Night
of the Living Dead" and "Carnival of Souls"
on Saturday, October 28th.
Williamsburg Community Center is host to Fuzzy's
Freak Show - weekends between now and Halloween.
or Treat - will be held on Tuesday, October 31st in
area communities. Times are listed below:
- Cambridge City
- 6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
- Centerville -
6:00 to 8:00 p.m.
- Fountain City
- 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
- Hagerstown -
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
- Richmond -
5:30 to 7:30 p.m.