That coffee or tea you’re sipping might taste even better coming from a hand-crafted mug.
More than 20 potters from eastern Indiana and western Ohio will be selling their wares at the fifth annual Potterypalooza from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 9, on the lawn in front of the Richmond Art Museum, 350 Hub Etchison Parkway in Richmond.
It’s the perfect chance to pick up a new mug. Or some plates and bowls. How about an earthenware birdhouse? Need a vase? A spoon rest? A wine stopper?
It’s all there, in a variety of prices and styles.
If Richmond, Indiana, seems an unlikely place to get a peek at ancient Egypt, think again.
Head into Hagerstown for a soaring good time
Imagine a 4,000-foot runway, long enough to accommodate a commercial jet.
Now imagine that runway made entirely of grass – a smooth stretch of green covering nearly a mile of flat landscape.
Baseball on a summer night. Hard to beat.
It’s the summer of 1939 and six young women are packed into a silver, 1926 Model T—what little luggage they have is loaded onto the side of the car and they’re ready to hit the road. Over the next four days this band of intrepid females will drive over 670 miles to cross the Canadian
The weather outside is beginning to get colder by the day. The crisp air reminds us that the holidays are only weeks away! As you browse department store black Friday ads, let us not forget our locally owned small businesses and everything they offer to Wayne County!
The Deck the Halls Artisan & Cultural Trail, Fri-Sun. December 4-6, highlights many talented artisans scattered
June 15th - August 24th, 2015!
Think to yourself, “If I were were a visitor, what type of photo would make me want to visit Wayne County?”
Where will you find a good old-fashioned, 16,000 square foot toy store that is teeming with toys, appealing to both kids and adults, and was voted Indiana’s best local toy and hobby store? In downtown Richmond, of course!
Rich history, incredible artifacts, and the only two Egyptian mummies in the state of Indiana. Where can you find all of these things in one exciting Eastern Indiana community? At the Wayne County Historical Museum and the Joseph Moore Museum of Natural History in Richmond! Whether you’re a history buff or just looking for an educational and enjoyable place to visit, both of these museums provide a unique experience for visitors of all ages.
2nd Annual Children's Postcard Contest
March 23rd - April 20th
Hey Kids!! Have you ever wanted to create your very own postcard and see it for sale? Now is your chance!!! National Tourism Week is May 2-10th and in celebration, the Wayne County Convention and Tourism Bureau wants YOU to design our next postcard!! Contest is open to children ages 5-12 who live in Wayne County.
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