Discover Dearborn County, Southeast Indiana's Perfect Place to Play. You’ll find a lot to choose from, including gaming at Hollywood Casino, skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing at Perfect North Slopes, live racing at the Lawrenceburg Speedway, historical sites such as Hillforest Victorian House Museum in Aurora and more.
Looking for a great getaway? Check out our hotel packages for great rates, dining vouchers and a variety of special add-on admissions and activities. Start planning your trip today!
Music on the River-Jackwagon
7PM-9PM, Parking lot on the corner of High & Short Streets, Lawrenceburg. Next to the old firehouse. Rock Band playing 80's to current Rock'n Roll. This…
This brand-new facility, located on the Ohio River in downtown Lawrenceburg, features over 37,000 square feet of meeting and event space perfect for weddings, corporate meetings, trade and consumer shows, social gatherings and more. The facility, an onsite Doubletree by Hilton Hotel and adjacent restaurant will open later in 2014.
To learn more about the Event Center or to book your event, call (812) 539-8844.
Welcome to our Weekend Play List! Each week we bring you our weekend highlights of things to do in and around Dearborn County, Indiana. Come out and play this weekend!
Fri 8/1: Bright Farmers Market, First Friday Wine Walk & Shop, St. Leon Vol Fire Dept Festival, Lawrenceburg Motorcycle Speedway racing, Hillforest's Bags, Bonnets, & Bloomers Exhibit, and Entertainment at Hollywood Casino
Sat 8/2: Hillforest’s Bags, Bonnets, & Bloomers Exhibit, Lawrenceburg Farmers Market, St. Leon Vol Fire Dept Festival, Lawrenceburg Speedway's Family Night at the Races, and Entertainment at Hollywood Casino
Sun 8/3: Tri State Antique Market, City of Spires Historical Museum, and Hillforest’s Bags, Bonnets, & Bloomers Exhibit
Jul 23rd, 2014 3:12pm
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…