Wayne County was once a major gateway to the west, with many travelers moving along the National Road. Many famous visitors traveled to our community, this crossroads of America. Morrisson-Reeves Library has compiled a fascinating list of these personalities, along with a small capsule of information. Prepare to be amazed!
How would you introduce our community to someone who didn't know anything about it? Be Wayne is Reid Hospital's take on what makes our community great. Take a look - did they hit your favorites? You might learn something new about your community!
Google seems to know everything these days, so it's a sure bet they'll know where Santa is! Little ones (heck, big kids too!) can visit the Santa Tracker before Christmas Eve as the elves will unlock a new project or game each day in preparation for Santa's annual journey around the world. Heading to Grandma's for the holidays? No need to miss Santa! You can download an Android App to keep track of Santa!
Enjoy a Christmas week celebration of some of Richmond's most historic churches, sponsored by Richmond Columbian Properties and the churches of Richmond's Victorian Gas Light District, the Historic Starr Neighborhood from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, December 28th. Free and open to the public! Scheduled To Be Open:
Does your family tackle a new puzzle as part of your holiday festivities? Then you'll be excited to know that a new Wayne County Mural Puzzle has arrived at the Old National Road Welcome Center, 5701 National Road East, Richmond, IN. It Includes many of the new Murals in Richmond and Wayne County and it is a 500 piece puzzle. Hours at the Welcome Center are Mon - Fri: 8:30 am - 5:00 pm, Sat: 10:00 am - 4:00 pm, Sun: Closed. For more information, call 765.935.8687.
Are you already dreading the long, cold month of January? Give yourself something to look forward to...make your reservations for two of the biggest parties of the year!
Art to Heart, benefiting Richmond Art Museum and Reid Hospital Foundation, will take place on Saturday, January 17th, 2015. Each year, event proceeds are shared equally between the two organizations. In 2015, funds will support Reid Hospital's Hospice Care program and The Richmond Art Museum's Community Education Programs. Make your reservation online or call 765.983.3102 for more information.
On Friday, January 23rd, IndyCar team owner, Sarah Fisher will race into Richmond's Kuhlman Center as the featured speaker to talk about RISK at the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce's Annual Dinner. Call 765.962.1511 for more information.
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