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Saturday, October 27th, 2018

Events Starting on This Day:
Sat., Oct 27, 8:00am
Get some extra mileage out of your Halloween costume during the 3-mile or 5-mile Monster Bash Dash along West Franklin Street. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 11:00am - 4:00pm
Global Crossroads celebrates a diverse mix of cultures through food trucks and booths, fair-trade gifts, children's activities, live music, dance performances, education and more. More than 30 vendors, performers and student groups representing African, Asian, Caribbean, European, Latino and Middle...
Sat., Oct 27, 11:00am
Celebrate food, music, education, and culture from all over the globe at the free and family-friendly Global Crossroads Multicultural Festival. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 11:00am
The fourth Saturday of every month is designated a Super Saturday family day, filled with themed crafts, activities, challenges, and guest lectures. ...
Sat., Oct 27 - Sun., Oct 28
Journey back in time to when Lincoln grew up in Southern Indiana. Experience life as it was with costumed interpreters, re-enactors, demonstrators, kids activities, music, food, and more. ...
Sat., Oct 27 - Sun., Oct 28
Search through a wide variety of quality antiques, vintage collectibles, repurposed home decor, furniture, and artisan and handcrafted items from 300 vendors throughout seven buildings. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 2:00pm
Monroe, Jennings, State, and Water streets in Newburgh, Indiana, close for a parade with the Little Old Dam Band, followed by kids, pets, and parents dressed in Halloween costumes walking through the streets. Prizes will be given. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 3:00pm
Join the staff of the YMCA at the Dunigan location on the East Side for the member-only fall celebration event. The evening includes inflatables, trunk or treat, games, face painting, and more. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 3:00pm
For 364 days of the year the cemetery does not permit dog owners to share the beauty of Oak Hill Cemetery and Arboretum with their pets. However, on this one day only, responsible pet owners are invited to come and...
Sat., Oct 27, 3:00pm
 Celebrate an autumn festival, live music, kids’ games, food trucks, and the fall farmer’s market. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 3:00 - 7:00
There’s no better way to experience southwestern Indiana’s most beautiful destination than by spending a late afternoon at this outdoor fall event. Enjoy food and beverages from local restaurants under the fall foliage while enjoying live entertainment and meeting animal...
Sat., Oct 27, 6:30 - 11:00
Hunt ghosts and listen for bumps in the night during the paranormal investigations in New Harmony, Indiana, at the Ribeyre Gymnasium. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 7:00pm
Southern Rock icons Lynyrd Skynyrd announced after a career spanning more than 40 years and including a catalog of more than 60 albums, they would embark on their "Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour." The will be joined along...
Sat., Oct 27, 7:00pm
Enjoy a night full of spooky music to get you ready for Halloween with tricks, treats, and entertaining music from the Evansville Philharmonic Orchestra. ...
Sat., Oct 27, 7:00pm
Henderson Community College's Raymond B. Preston Lecture Series kicks off with NPR journalist Ari Shapiro. ...
Continuing Events:
Mon., Oct 1 - Wed., Oct 31
Part of the Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Chalk It Up is a community-wide campaign in which community partners create awareness about domestic violence using sidewalk chalk to draw images and write facts and states about domestic violence in high traffic...
Mon., Oct 1 - Wed., Oct 31
This annual project sponsored by the YWCA bears witness to violence against women. Each shirt is designed by a survivor to represent her personal experience and is then hung on a clothesline to bring awareness to the problem of violence...
Fri., Oct 26 - Sun., Oct 28
This annual Halloween event features a not-so-scary fun activity for the whole family. Grab your costume and enjoy an evening filled with activities, trick-or-treat stations, animal encounters, shows, and more. ...

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