Events Calendar

Events Calendar

Today's Events

 

August events at the State Park Nature Center

2014 August 1-31

Come to the Nature Center in the Brown County State Park for leisure walks, workshops, and more.

TIME: varies - see schedule
ADMISSION: State Park entry fee
WHERE: Brown County State Park Nature Center
PLACE: Brown County State Park

B3 Gallery features the work of local artist Michelle Pollock

2014 August 6-31
     September 1-9

B3 Gallery will host a special show featuring the work of Brown County artist Michelle Pollock from August 6th through September 9th. Michelle is the owner of Lost Lake Studio, where she creates beautiful, functional objects and fine art out of stitched paper.

TIME: Regular business hours
ADMISSION: Free
WHERE: B3 Gallery
PLACE: B3 Gallery

Brown County Old Settlers Reunion and Antique Engine & Tractor Show

2014 August 29, 30

This annual event since the 1870s has activities for young and old. You do not have to be old or a settler to join the fun. This year the Brown County Antique Engine & Tractor Show runs concurrently with the Old Settlers. Flea market, music, food, tractor and old artifact displays and MORE!

TIME: Aug 29, 5:00-10:30pm; Aug 30, 11:00am-4:30pm
ADMISSION: FREE - no charge for admission, parking or entertainment
WHERE: Brown County 4-H Fairgrounds, Nashville, IN

DA VITA Jazz Trio

2014 August 29, 30

FREE Live Music with DA VITA Jazz Trio at Out of the Ordinary.

TIME: 7pm
WHERE: Out of the Ordinary
PLACE: Out of the Ordinary

Feelin' HOT, HOT, HOT... Zip Canopy Style Education Month

2014 August 1-31

Brown County is proud to say that we are a true tree top to tree top Canopy adventure. No need to go to Costa Rica the dense hardwood forest of Brown County provides the same canopy experience. Escape the heat of the city and join us in the tree tops learning about the echo system of the woods.

TIME: 10am - 10pm
ADMISSION: $25-$80
WHERE: eXplore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat
PLACE: Explore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat
Brown County Indiana: Escape Comes Naturally