1/20/2016 to 2/29/2016
HOPE Cancer Support Group meet
Meet Quarterly, Call Church for more information Batesville United Methodist Church, 5:30 pm Contact: 812.934.3137 www.batesvilleumc.org
2/1/2016 to 2/28/2016
Guys & Gals Quarters Salon & Day Spa
The Chocolate Experience,Let’s Staycation, Hydrating Chocolate Body Wrap, Manicure & Pedicure, plus our amazing Valentine’s packages for Her, Couples or Girls Outing, plus couples massage classes.
Contact: Barb Hettesheimer, 812.934.2544 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2/3/2016 to 2/24/2016
The Batesville Rotary Club
Every Wednesday at Noon Meets at the Batesville Memorial Public Library.
Contact: Mike Kruse, 812.934.4706
2/8/2016 to 2/14/2016
Angel Light Massage Gift Certificates
Valentine's Day is coming soon and
are just around the corner. Buy your
person a gift certificate for a
Available on our website 24/7. Quick
convenient to purchase and send. Visit
website for pricing, hours, and more
2/12/2016 to 2/16/2016
Schmidt Bakery - Cherry-Thing-A-Ling
Cherry-Thing-A-Ling They are made one time of the year. They have become so popular that we now do it four days. Place your order’s early. Contact: 812.934.4501 www.schmidtbakery.com
BCEF Harlem Wizards Game
The Harlem Wizards will return to
Batesville on Friday with their interactive, zany basketball game to
benefit Batesville schools. Sponsored by the Batesville Community Education
Foundation. Beginning at 7 PM, the Wizards will take on the “Batesville All-Stars” team, consisting of Batesville teachers and former BHS basketball stars, in a fast-paced, crazy game of hoops. Special guest player this year will be Batesville Mayor Mike Bettice. Tickets on sale online or at any of the Batesville public schools.
Rural Alliance for the Arts - Annual Art Auction
Walhill Farm, 6 pm RAA, Annual Art Auction This incredibly popular fund-raising event includes both live & silent auctions featuring a wealth of artwork, services, and unique items. Dinner & entertainment complete the evening. All proceeds benefit RAA’s programming. $60 in advance or $70 at the door. Contact: Sarah Heppner, 812.212.0862 or Tina Longstreth, 812.363.5254
Knights of Columbus Pro-LIfe Bowl
East Bowl, 1 to 6 pm Scotch-couple bowling, meal and prizes for $24 a couple. Profit to go to Pro-Life. Contact: Hans Starost, 812.934.2729
Knights of St. John - Fish Fry
Knights of St. John, Batesville – 4:30 pm to 8pm
Contact: Gary Laker, 812.934.2167 or email@example.com
Special Olympics Polar Plunge - Versailles State Park
9th Annual Special Olympics Polar Plunge
Plunge starts at 2 pm at the boat ramp. Raise a minimum of $75 to plunge, or just watch the fun! Huge heated festival tent. Live music & entertainment, local vendor booths, food court, face painting, games and more! Contact: Greg Townsend, 812.584.6861 or www.soindiana.org
Batesville Memorial Public Library After Hours
7 to 9 pm Library After Hours Concert Series 2016 Sponsored by the Friends of BMPL. The Tillers their sound has proven to be an appropriate fit with a wide range of musical styles traditional folk, bluegrass, jazz, and punk rock. Free & open to the public for all ages.
Contact: Batesville Memorial Public Library, 812.934.4706 or ebatesville.com/after1
Batesville Young Professionals Winter Warm Up Community Event
Walhill Farm, 6:00 pm
Ages 21 to 40 years old can join. BYP
group is an organization under the
Batesville Area Chamber and provides
social and professional networking
Doors open at 6pm. Cornhole Tournament
begins at 6:30pm. Family Friendly -
Kid's Actitivies - Photobooth - Door
Prizes! Automation Band from 8:00 pm to
11:00 pm. $5 Cover Charge for ages 12
and older. Thank you to our Sponsors:
Batesville Tool and Die, MX
Productions, Tudor Square, True Blue
Autos & Walhill Farm!
Donations will be collected for the
Batesville Food Pantry and a portion of
the proceeds will benefit the Food
Contact: Chamber office, 812.934.3101
FAMILY PIZZA DAY in DOWNTOWN BATESVILLE!
The Safe Passage 100 Men Campaign
presents Family Pizza Day in Downtown
Batesville! Please join us in
patronizing our local downtown pizza
restaurants on Saturday, February 20th.
When you order your favorite pizza
hoagie, grinder, stromboli, salad or
other menu item from one of these
restaurants, AT LEAST 10$ OF ALL SALES
WILL BE DONATED TO SAFE PASSAGE!
VISIT - CLASSIC PIZZA, ISON'S FAMILY
PIZZA OR PIZZA HAUS TO SUPPORT OUR
LOCAL DOWNTOWN BUSINESSES AND A GREAT
Tri-Township Conservation Club Trap Shoot
11 am to 3:00 pm VFW Trap Shoot
Benefit Special Olympics
Contact: Jim Merkel, 812.212.7135
Knights of St. John Oldenburg Breakfast
Holy Family Church Cafeteria, 7 am to Noon Whole hog sausage breakfast. Free will offering benefits go to Tri-County Council for Special People. Contact: Matt Trossman, 812.933.0224
One Book One County; Public Libraries of Ripley County, IN
Ripley County residents are invited to join us in this county-wide book club as we read "Hoosiers: A New History of Indiana" in celebration of Indiana's Bicentennial in 2016! Book discussion & Program scheduled for Underground Railroad Program @ Osgood Library @ 6:00 pm. Book Club participants can register to win a copy of the book autographed by James H. Madison @ our Sept. 17th event! The One Book, One County Book Club culminates with an evening event @ the Milan VFW featuring author James H. Madison on Sept. 17th. With support from the Ripley County Tourism Bureau & the Ripley County Community Foundation.
Safe Passage Semi-Formal Dance
RomWeber Marketplace, 7:00 pm to 11:00 pm Safe Passage Youth Council, Semi-Formal Dance Dance for high school students from any High School. To help raise awareness of teen dating violence.
Contact: Samantha Santen, 812.933.1990 firstname.lastname@example.org
Morris Volunteer Fire Depart. Gun Raffle
St. Anthony’s Hall, 6 pm 50 Gun Raffle
$200 a ticket includes dinner & drinks – 50 guns will be raffled off.
Contact: Randy Merkel, 812.934.6609
Oldenburg Academy Annual Dinner Auction
OA Gym, 6 pm 27th Annual Dinner Auction “Cirque Du OA” Contact: Debbie Lamping, 812.933.0737 or email@example.com.
Women's Self Defense Class @ Southeastern Indiana YMCA
Learn the basic skills
necessary to protect
yourself by fighting back
the S.A.F.E. way. February
is Teen Dating Violence
Awareness Month. Class
instructed by Master George
Dwenger and Indiana State
Police Master Trooper
Watson. FREE to all.
Register by calling the YMCA
Member Service Desk at
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