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Saturday, October 5th, 2019

Events Starting on This Day:
Sat., Oct 5, 7:00am
 Celebrate the 16th year of the Evansville Half Marathon as community members complete 13.1 miles of walking or running throughout the city. ...
Sat., Oct 5, 9:00am
 Join SMILE on Down Syndrome for its 18th anniversary advocacy walk. The morning includes food, fitness, fun, and entertainment. ...
Sat., Oct 5
Enjoy tasting barbeque at the BBQ Cook-Off and browsing through the unique craft booths as live music fills the air at the annual Square Flair in downtown Boonville, Indiana. ...
Sat., Oct 5
 ParksFest is returning to Garvin Park for another free, all-day music festival with food vendors and a beer garden. ...
Sat., Oct 5 - Sun., Oct 6
Enjoy a night of camping on the grounds of Angel Mounds State Historic Site. Set up your tents and sleeping bags and make dinner over a campfire before joining in on a night hike, hot dog roast, and sleeping under...
Sat., Oct 5 - Sun., Oct 6
 This family-friendly event includes the rides you love at Holiday World, plus lots of Halloween-themed shows and fun. ...
Sat., Oct 5, 4:00pm
 Artist Barbara Northern will open her exhibit Falling for Art at the Hoosier Art Salon. ...
Sat., Oct 5, 6:00 - 9:00
The Mason-Nordgauer Fine Arts Gallery is presenting The Joint Show: A Rare Blend by local collector and expert, Randy Lientz, who will discuss the "Big 5" artists of the late '60s and early '70s. ...
Sat., Oct 5, 7:00pm
“Carnaval” with Troupe Vertigo opens the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra’s 2019-2020 Pops series, under the direction of Maestro Alfred Savia. ...
Continuing Events:
Sat., Apr 6 - Sat., Nov 2 @ 4:00pm
Explore and learn about the history of Evansville's residences and the individuals who built them during the historic walking tours led by Evansville Historic Homes Founder Lucas Neuffer. Tour season runs from March until November. ...
Thu., Oct 3 - Sun., Oct 6
“The Revolutionists” tells the story of four real-life women who lived during the time of the French Revolution: Olympe de Gouges, Charlotte Corday, Marie Antoinette, and Marianne Angelle. Despite its hilarity, the play focuses on themes that are still relevant...
Fri., Oct 4 - Sun., Oct 6
Bring the family to Lyles Station for fall fun and get lost in more than 10 acres of Indiana corn, pick out a pumpkin and paint it, pet a furry critter, roast a weenie, or take a hay ride. ...
Fri., Oct 4 - Sat., Oct 5
Enjoy an evening of dinner and mystery with Newburgh Community Theater. This year's play is Pat Cook's audience participation murder mystery "You Have the Right to Remain Dead." ...

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