Arts & Entertainment

River Cities Bike Share Program

Our community Bike Share is launching May 6th! Known as River Cities Bike Share, this innovative initiative – the first bike share program of its kind in Southeast Indiana – features approximately 30 “ready-to-ride” bicycles located throughout the cities of Lawrenceburg and Aurora. Equipped with a locking mechanism, the bikes will be housed at several docking sites in both communities, and can be reserved and rented via an app or onsite.

 Each of the Shimano seven-speed bicycles will be available on a ride-and-return basis. The cost to ride is $3 for the first hour and $2 for each additional hour.

Boogie Nights - Hollywood Casino

Shake your groove thing at the hottest new club around. Dance to the sounds of the 70s and 80s on over 500 square feet of lighted dance floor under a giant disco ball. Hang out with Roller Girl, Mr. Boogie and the best DJs in the area. There's no better place for bachelor or bachelorette parties, milestone birthday parties, reunions or any special get-togethers. Just ask about our special packages. Come see why Boogie Nights are the best nights. 1.888.274.6797.

777 Hollywood Blvd.
Lawreneceburg, IN 47025

Phone: 1-888-274-6797

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By Hoosier Hands Artisan Trails in Southeast Indiana

Seven counties throughout Southeast Indiana have come together to promote a variety of artisans in residence through a new booklet designed to showcase the region's four Artisan Trails. Handcrafted and Homegrown by Hoosier Hands is a 130-page guidebook offering detailed information on the four self-guided trails, plus a selection of helpful tourism information and regional maps.

Dearborn Highlands Arts Council

When it comes to cultural events, musical performances, and art education classes, the Dearborn Highlands Arts Council, or DHAC, is the place to turn for cultural activities in Southeast Indiana. That's because this not-for-profit organization excels at connecting visitors with many opportunities to experience art and culture in an open, non-intimidating atmosphere. Known for its popular Performing Arts and Library Classics series, the Dearborn Highlands Arts Council hosts a full schedule of events throughout the year. Enjoy live concerts, dance performances, parent/child art classes and more.

204 Short Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Phone: 812-539-4251

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Greendale Cinema

Discover movie-watching the way it was meant to be! A state-of-the-art 10-screen theater complete with Dolby Digital Surround Sound, reclining seats and stadium seating (which ensures that each seat has an unobstructed view of the screen), Greendale Cinema was designed with your viewing comfort in mind. The facility, which features first-run films, is also equipped with a traditional concession stand and arcade in the lobby. An onsite party room is available for special occasions.

1605 Flossie Drive
Greendale, IN 47025

Phone: 812-532-SHOW

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Ohio Indiana Northern Kentucky Productions, Inc.

A non-profit regional theater company that works to promote the performing arts throughout Southeast Indiana, the mission and primary purpose of Ohio Indiana Northern Kentucky Regional Productions, Inc., is to expand and enrich the lives of Tri-State residents through education, exposure, diversity, enjoyment and participation in the performing arts.

Phone: 812-926-3531

Southeastern Indiana Art Guild

The Southeastern Indiana Art Guild is comprised of artists who work to promote an appreciation of the visual arts in Southeast Indiana and throughout the entire Tri-State. The art guild works to accomplish this goal by providing opportunities for the community to view local artwork through a variety of shows held throughout the year. An organization that draws its membership from across the region, the guild has been in existence for more than 20 years.

Windows of Aurora Walking Tour (pdf)

P.O. Box 535
Aurora, IN 47001

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Tri-State Antique Market

If you're an antique lover, make sure you're traveling through Lawrenceburg during the Tri-State Antique Market.  Billed as Indiana's largest "antiques and vintage-only market," the indoor-outdoor event takes place at the Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds on the first Sunday of each month, May through October.  In addition to an assortment of antiques and collectibles, visitors will find a wide variety of antique furniture, country primitives, architectural artifacts, decorative accessories, pop-culture memorabilia and much more.