Vanderburgh Humane Society 400 Millner Industrial Drive (2 blocks west of Bosse Field near Garvin Park at the corner of Read & Morgan)
This will be the 26th year for the Vanderburgh Humane Society's Pet Pictures with Santa - the original and still the best! You don't want to miss a tri-state Christmas tradition! Bring your pet to meet the jolly fellow and have a wonderful picture to send to all of your friends and family this holiday season. This is the perfect opportunity to create that family Christmas card - kids and adults are welcome in the photo, too!
Friday, November 4th from Noon-7PM Saturday, November 5th from 10AM-5PM Sunday, November 6th from Noon-4PM
For your $25 donation, you will receive four 4x6 holiday prints of your pet(s) - two prints of each pose.
Vanderburgh 4-H Center, 201 E. Boonville-New Harmony Road
One hundred and fifty dealers. Six buildings. An outside venue. There is much to see at the carnival and market. Friday, 3-6 p.m. $15/person. Saturday, 7-9 a.m. $5/person. Saturday and Sunday 9 a.m.-4 p.m. $2/person.
Owensboro Towne Square Mall, 5000 Frederica St, Owensboro, Ky
Verite Cinema is putting on a day long film festival giving local and regional filmmakers the opportunity to get their names and talent known. But the talent doesn’t stop at filmmaking: Nathan Morris, an Owensboro musician, will performing a live, free concert. All donations garnered from the screenings will be given to New Beginnings, a local charity organization, meaning all monetary donations go directly back into the Owensboro community. Nathan Morris will perform a live concert at this years festival. The concert is free to attend, but donations are greatly appreciated. Free, $2 donation to view movie.
It's all about the food. From deep-fried Oreos to chocolate-covered bacon, the smorgasboard of unhealthy eats — plus a few healthy ones — is like a national holiday for Evansvillians. Long live the deep fryer. The festival will also provide live music, carnival rides, parades, and contests. Free.
The event is open to current eighth grade students who are interested in attending Early College next year and their parents.
EVSC’s Early College High School, currently in its first year of operation, allows students to earn up to 60 hours of college credit while simultaneously earning their high school diploma. Students spend half of their day at their home school and other half on Ivy Tech Community College’s campus during their freshmen and sophomore years. During the junior year, students will choose degree pathways offered through Vincennes University or Ivy Tech Community College. Students also may enroll in select courses at the University of Evansville. Students are provided with college readiness programs, mentoring and academic support to ensure success in the program.