Lawrenceburg Speedway

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18-hole course in Lawrenceburg

Tour For The Cure®

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Mark Your Calendar for Event Center Performances

More great Lawrenceburg Event Center events are on the agenda this summer, including several upcoming concerts by big-name entertainers, Event Center management announced recently. The planned concerts include Trace Adkins on July 31, Creedence Clearwater Revisited on Aug. 2, Merle Haggard on Aug. 8, Sawyer Brown on Aug. 21, and Martina McBride on September 12.

To learn more about any of these upcoming concerts, or to book a room at the onsite DoubleTree by Hilton Lawrenceburg for after the show, click here to visit the Event Center website. To purchase tickets, visit

Don't Miss the Bright Community Festival

The Bright Community Festival returns to Southeast Indiana this month for another year of festival fun in the small town of Bright, Indiana!  Known for its great raffles, this popular annual event also offers lots of food and information booths in addition to a variety of traditional festival activities for the entire family.

The fun kicks off Friday evening, July 24, and continues through Saturday, July 25, as visitors enjoy a variety of live entertainment, kids’ rides and games, a beer tent, gaming, car show and much more.  A large street parade has once again been planned for Saturday afternoon prior to the opening of the festival, while chicken dinners will be available in the firehouse on Saturday beginning at 4pm.

As always, proceeds from the Bright Community Festival will benefit Bright’s fire department and EMS.  For more information, or for a complete schedule of events, contact festival organizers at 812-637-3473 or click here to visit our online Calendar of Events.

Enjoy Family Fun at the Dillsboro Festival

Southeast Indiana’s first festival of the season will kick off tonight with a variety of food, music, and fun for the whole family, including a popular frog-jumping contest you have to see to believe!  Scheduled to run through Saturday night, the Dillsboro Homecoming Festival will take place on the streets of downtown Dillsboro, a small town located approximately 30 miles outside of Cincinnati.

Organized by the Dillsboro Civic Club, the festival has been named a “Grand Champion Event” four times by the Indiana Association of County and District Fairs.

In addition to a carnival-like atmosphere with rides, games and concessions, the festival will feature live entertainment, music, children’s activities and more.  The popular annual street fair also offers a wide variety of unusual contests and events, including traditional Dillsboro Festival favorites like apple peeling, Twinkie-eating, corn shelling and a Skyline coney dog eating competition, all scheduled for Wednesday night.  A baby contest will be held on Thursday evening, while the 38th-annual frog jumping and “best dressed” frog competitions will take place Friday night.

Runners can participate in a 5K Walk & Run on Saturday morning before the parade, while car enthusiasts will enjoy the classic car show planned for Saturday at noon.  And families of all ages will want to stick around for entertainment in the evenings, including performances by Bruce Murray’s “Murricane” on Wednesday night, The Killer Bs on Thursday night, The Rigbys on Friday night and Jessie Strassel and The Belairs Show Band (formerly Hot Wax) on Saturday night.

Festival hours are Wednesday-Friday, 6pm-11pm, and Saturday, 8am-11pm, with the parade beginning at 11am.

Join Us for Tour for the Cure® Golf Day

There's only one more month to go before Tour for the Cure® Golf Day, a day of fun on the course designed to raise funds for breast cancer research.  A joint event sponsored by the Dearborn County Convention, Visitor & Tourism Bureau and Grand Oak Golf Club, the one-day event helps benefit our Tour for the Cure® initiative, a travel incentive program that supports the Vera Bradley Foundation for Breast Cancer.

Throughout the day on Fri., June 12, Grand Oak will donate $5 to Tour for the Cure® for every 18-hole round played, and $2.50 for every 9-hole round played.  The event is open to the public, with advanced tee time reservations recommended but not required.  As in previous years, golfers are invited to wear pink to show their support of the cause.  The golf day will take place from 8am until dark, with participants allowed to golf at the time of their choosing. 

We hope you’ll help us “Have Fun and Give Hope” this year.  To schedule your tee time, call Grand Oak at 812-637-3943.  To learn more, click here.    

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