Sept. 9th, 10:00 - 11:00 am Sept. 11th, 10:00 - 11:00 am Looking for a unique way to give back to your community? Would you like to cook, garden, decorate, be a docent, help with exhibits and special events, or assist in the office? These are just a few of the many opportunities available here at the Museum. To gather more information and to see how you can share your time with us, simply attend one of our Volunteer Call-Out events. If you're unable to attend give us a call at (765) 742-6449 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We're looking for outgoing and enthusiastic people just like you!
Picnic with the Purduettes Performance
The Purduettes, Purdue University’s premier vocal ensemble, will kick off their performance season with the annual "Picnic with the Purduettes" concert on Sunday, September 10th, at 6pm on Slayter Hill. Sponsored by Purdue Musical Organizations, Picnic with the Purduettes is a free performance and open to the public. Guests are invited to bring a picnic basket and blanket to enjoy the outdoor performance.
Dan Patch Days
Oxford, Indiana just 20 miles northwest of the Greater Lafayette Area. The Festival will host events throughout the town of Oxford, but most events will occur in Rommel Park at 205 Park St, Oxford, IN 47971. Dan Patch, the horse, was born in Oxford, Indiana and grew up to be a famous pacer whose name still has great meaning in horse racing today. Oxford hosts an annual festival to celebrate his legacy upon the town. This year Dan Patch Days is "Back in the Race" for 2017. This year's festival will feature many food choices supporting local organizations, a car, truck, and bike show, a family barn dance, home run derby, vendors, parade, and much more. We are very excited to have Shiny Penny perform live as our featured Friday night event! For more information, like us on Facebook or visit our website https://sites.google.com/view/oxforddanpatchdays/home
Purdue Pete themed corn maze, fall attractions