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Visiting Southern Indiana

From historic attractions like Angel Mounds State Historic Site, and the Reitz Home Museum – both set in Evansville – to the locally owned wineries throughout the region, southern Indiana has a lot to explore during spring. The weather is right for a hike through George Rogers Clark National Historical Park in Vincennes, history buffs can check out the the Indiana Territory Capital, and kids and adults alike will get a kick out of the Carnegie Center for Art & History, in nearby New Albany.

Families traveling with young ones also look to the Mesker Park Zoo. Check out the new AMAZONIA exhibit at the zoo to experience a bit of the South American rainforest. Or head to the Evansville African American Museum where visitors young and old can learn about southern Indiana African American history.

Celebrate springtime with a wealth of traditional art and culture at the 2015 Howard Steamboat Museum Art & Antique Jubilee, May 16th and 17th. Formerly know at the museum’s Victorian Chatauqua, the new Jubilee features free admission and two days of unique arts and antiques on the grounds of the Howard Steamboat Museum.

The 2015 Clark Days celebrate the founder of Clarksville and Louisville, George Rogers Clark, on June 27th and 28th. Hosted by the City of Clarksville at Falls of the Ohio State Park, Clark Days features historic re-enactments, children’s activities, and vendors, as well as local historic organization information booths – visit and experience the early days of Clarksville.

In New Albany, the summer officially draws to a close with the 2015 Harvest Homecoming Festival, October 3rd through 11th. Festivities begin at New Albany High School with the Harvest Homecoming Parade ending at the festival on Bank Street and Elm Street. Join the Miss Harvest Homecoming royalty for events including baking contests, a bowling tournament, and riding lawnmower races.

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Southern Indiana Events

May 2015

May 23 - October 31, 2015
2015 Orange County Homegrown Farmer's Market

Experience true homegrown and handcrafted products native to southern Indiana at the Orange County Homegrown Farmer's Market – held every Tuesday and Saturday in downtown French Lick.

June 2015

June 14, July 12, & Aug. 9, 2015
2015 2nd Sunday Summer Series

On the second Sunday of each month this summer, the French Lick Winery hosts a fun get-together featuring live music, wine samples, and food. The event start time is TBA.

August 2015

August 1, 2015
2015 Smokey the Bear's Birthday Bash

Come and join French Lick residents in celebrating Smokey the Bear's 71st birthday with fun, outdoor activities held at the visitor center of the Patoka Lake Recreation Area. The event begins at 10 a.m.

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