November 15, 2019
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Friday, October 4th, 2019

Events Starting on This Day:
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, 9:19am
After a brief pitstop, Memphis, Tennessee, quintet Savage After Midnight are back out on tour with Shinedown and Papa Roach, in support of their recently released debut EP, "11:59." ...
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." ...
Fri., Oct 4, 11:00am
 The first Friday of every month means free admission at the Evansville Museum of Arts, History and Science with plenty of activities for all ages. ...
Fri., Oct 4, 4:00 - 8:00
The Downtown Newburgh Business Collective is hosting the first-ever Downtown Newburgh Nights, an evening of shopping, dining, and fall activities every Friday evening in October. ...
Fri., Oct 4, 5:00 - 8:30
Celebrate the opening of "Collective Mysteries," which features artwork by St. Louis artist Dale Madigan, Evansville artist Michael Key, and USI student artist Kameron Nosko, at Gallerie 820. ...
Fri., Oct 4, 7:00pm
 Join First Presbyterian Church for a free concert with a special musical guest. ...
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...

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