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Coming Events

  • ‘Young Abe Lincoln’ returns to the Amphitheatre for the first time since 2005

    LINCOLN CITY – “Young Abe Lincoln” will make its triumphant return to the Lincoln Amphitheatre’s performance stage for the first time since its initial 19-year run ended in 2005. 

    The celebratory 30th anniversary edition will run on July 6-8 and 13-15.  Doors for each performance will open at 6 p.m. Central time with a 7 p.m. show time.

  • Arts event July 8 at City Hall

    TELL CITY – The Tell City Regional Arts Association will host its second annual evening of art at City Hall in Tell City on Saturday, July 8, from 5 to 9 p.m.

    Features of the evening include wine and beer tasting from Blue Heron, Winzerwald wineries and craft beer from St. Benedict’s Brew Work. Light snacks and many displays of local artists work will be available for view. There is no charge for the event but donations will be accepted to help with future events.

  • The Big O Music Fest to return for ninth year July 8

    OWENSBORO, Ky. – The Big O Music Fest will return to Owensboro, Ky., for the ninth time July 8. Gates will open at noon and tickets cost $49.50 each.

    The headliner for the event is Cole Swindell. Supporting acts include Colt Ford, Moon Taxi, Craig Campbell, Tucker Beathard, Dylan Scott and Muscadine Bloodline.

    Cole Swindell

  • Grief support group to meet July 6

    TELL CITY – A grief support group will meet at the Club House at The Villas of Oakwood Thursday, July 6, at 6 p.m.

  • Community Events; June 19

    BE Ministry to meet July 11

    TELL CITY – BE Ministry hosts a Bible discussion opportunity open to everyone each month on the second Tuesday.
    The next discussion is July 11. The group will talk about Genesis 18 - 19 or any other topic or verse. They meet at 6 p.m. at the cafe in Nobles IGA. Take a Bible and a friend.

    Moose lodge to serve dinners Saturday

  • Edelweiss Ball 2017: Dancing With The Stars

    TELL CITY – Schweizer Fest is still more than a month away, but plans for the city’s  59th celebration of Swiss and German heritage is already in full swing. One event returning for its fourth year is the Edelweiss Ball. Named after the national flower of Switzerland, the event is set for Saturday, Aug. 5, at the Schergens Center.

    The Edelweiss Ball “Dancing With The Stars” night is the Perry County Museum’s biggest fundraising event of the year and a major contributing factor in the operation of the museum and upkeep.

  • Appetite for Destruction to perform June 24 at Lincoln Amphitheatre

    LINCOLN CITY – Appetite for Destruction the Ultimate Tribute to Guns n’ Roses will perform at the Lincoln Amphitheatre on Saturday, June 24. The evening is being presented by Mulzer Crushed Stone.

    General admission tickets are only $16.95 and VIP tickets (preferred seating and parking, a free drink voucher good for either Pepsi product or beer wine, and a commemorative event poster) are $24.95 and can be purchased at www.LincolnAmphitheatre.com or by calling (812) 937-2329.

  • Adventures with Nature Field Day June 25

    TIPSAW – The 15th annual Adventures with Nature field day will be held at Tipsaw Lake, on Saturday, June 24. Activities will get underway at 9 a.m. CST and will conclude approximately 1 p.m. This event is made possible by the collaborative efforts of Perry & Spencer County Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Purdue Extension Perry County and the USDA Forest Service.

  • GLC cocktail and paint party set for July 24

    TELL CITY – Golden Living Center Lincoln Hills will hold a cocktails and paint party Monday, July 24, at the Tell City Moose Lodge at 5:30 to  8:30 pm.

    All proceeds will go toward the Walk to End Alzheimer’s Team. The annual Walk will be in Jasper on Sept. 30. There are 12 paint pieces to choose from and the fee ranges from $30-40 depending on choice.

  • Sycamore Springs intertribal gathering June 17-18

    ENGLISH – From sea to shining sea, people are trekking across the nation as part of the Longest Walk 5.2. Locally, this group will converge in English at Sycamore Springs Park, June 12.

    “This walk is to bring awareness of the drug epidemic that has plagued the Native American Indian Reservations, as well as our great Nation, said regional coordinator Michael Bockting. “This walk is 3,946 miles starting from San Francisco, Calif. on Feb. 12 and ending in Washington D.C. on July 15.”