River Watch Floating Restaurant

On the Ohio River Scenic Byway, Lawrenceburg

Hollywood Casino

State-of-the-art gaming, fun and entertainment.

Competition Racing

Indoor European-style Karting

Congratulations to Nick Goepper

Team USA swept the men's slopestyle at the Winter Olympics

Grand Oak Golf Club

18-hole course in West Harrison

Hillforest Victorian House Museum

National Historic Landmark in Aurora

Sugar Ridge Golf Club

18-hole course in Lawrenceburg

Dearborn Trails

Multi-use hiking and biking trail

Great Crescent Brewery

Enjoy beer tastings, brick oven pizza and house-smoked meats


Michael Blaser Artist Reception Planned for This Friday

Renowned artist Michael Blaser will unveil an original oil painting this Friday evening at the Dearborn Country Club.  The painting depicts a scene of the Aurora, Indiana waterfront as it would have looked in the 1950s.

Well-known for his representations of rivers, lakes and maritime scenes, Blaser’s evocative art work draws in the viewer with lifelike details and a keen eye for historical perspective.  The Aurora painting showcases a view from the river looking toward the small town, with a car ferry and other watercraft set against a backdrop of Aurora’s historic architecture and many church steeples.    

The September 19 Artist’s Reception will take place from 6-9pm at Dearborn Country Club, which is located off St. Rd. 148 in Aurora.  In addition to hors d'oeuvres compliments of the Country Club, the event will feature prints available for purchase and to be personalized by Michael Blaser.  An after party will follow the reception at Woody's Bar and Grill at the Country Club, with dinner specials available.

For more information on the Michael Blaser art unveiling and artist reception, contact the Dearborn Country Club at 812-926-1747.  To learn more visiting Southeast Indiana, or for a complete schedule of our fall events, click here

Enjoy Great Live Music at Lawrenceburg Fall Fest


September 25, 26 & 27



Southeast Indiana’s biggest fall music festival will return to Dearborn County next month for several days of entertainment, food and fun on the streets of downtown Lawrenceburg.  Organized by the community’s I Luv Lawrenceburg committee and the City of Lawrenceburg, the annual Lawrenceburg Fall Fest will offer a full lineup of musical entertainment, plus traditional festival activities the entire family will enjoy, including:


  • Performances by artists such as Cheap Trick, Collin Raye, Darryl Worley, Sugar Ray, Centerline with DJ Adkins, The Menus, Off the Hook, and many more 
  • FREE carnival rides
  • Food and beer garden
  • Car Show
  • Chili cook-off
  • Dearborn County Hospital Health Walk
  • Fireworks on Saturday night
  • And much, much more!

To learn more, contact the Dearborn County Visitors Center at 800-322-8198 or “like” us on Facebook.  More information is also available on the Fall Fest website.

Enjoy Free Music in Downtown Lawrenceburg

If you haven’t had a chance to check out downtown Lawrenceburg’s Music on the River summer concert series, you’re still in luck!  That’s because the popular weekly performances will continue throughout the month of August and into September, with performances scheduled as follows:

July 31
Jackwagon (Rock)

August 7
Jack Garrett and the Syndicate (Variety of music featuring Big Band, Swing, Pop Classics)

August 14

Parrots of the Caribbean (Jimmy Buffet Tribute Band)

August 21
Ridge Runner (Energetic Country)

August 28
Cincinnati Metropolitan Orchestra (Movie and Show Tunes, plus Patriotic Favorites)

September 4
After Midnight (Classic Rock featuring the ‘70s)

Organized by the Lawrenceburg Main Street Association, Music on the River is held every Thursday evening from 7-9pm in the parking lot on the corner of High & Short Streets, and includes a car show by the Indiana Gassers.  The free concerts are open to all ages, with food and drink available for purchase.  Don’t forget your lawn chair!

Enjoy Summer Fun at the Bright Community Festival

If the brilliant sunshine and hot temps haven’t clued you in, it’s now official:  Summer is in full-swing in Southeast Indiana.  Looking for a great day trip?  Head to Bright, Indiana, where the Bright Community Festival promises a weekend full of food, fun and family festivities in a friendly small-town setting.

Planned for July 25-26 at the Bright Firehouse, the popular annual event – a fundraiser for the community’s fire department and EMS – will offer lots of food and information booths in addition to a variety of traditional festival activities beginning Friday night and running through late Saturday.

In addition to kids’ rides and games, festival-goers can enjoy lots of free live entertainment, with local band Pure Grain entertaining on Friday evening, and Gen X and After Midnight performing on Saturday night.  Other popular activities include a parade, chicken dinner and car show on Saturday, plus a beer garden, gaming, raffles and more.     

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