America’s Hometown Band Free Concert at Westside Park


MUNCIE — America’s Hometown Band will perform a free outdoor concert, “The Music of the Park,” at 7 p.m. on July 29 at Westside Park.

“This program celebrates the wonderful return of public gatherings and the pleasure of sharing live music with friends and family,” said a statement from AHB. The program will include music reflecting Broadway, nostalgia and movies, as well as “an old singer or two”.

Concert-goers must take their own seats.

Information: America’s Hometown Band Facebook page or

Division Road will be closed for bridge repairs

YORKTOWN – Division Road will be closed between Delaware County Routes 600-W and 650-W beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, July 19 until 5 p.m. July 30. A contractor will repair a bridge during this time, according to a statement from the Delaware State Department of Engineering.

Open Door offers two farmers markets

MUNCIE – Open Door Health Services launched its Farmers Market program this week with two locations each week, one at its downtown location and one at its new Open Door White River location.

Markets are open 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Tuesdays at Open Door White River, 2600 W. White River Blvd., and Thursdays at the First Baptist Church parking lot, 309 E. Adams St., adjacent to Center Open Door’s Madison Street Health Center. . The markets will take place from July 13 to September 13. 30.

Cash, check and IU Health Bucks payments are welcome; SNAP and credit cards are not accepted. Markets are canceled in the event of rain.

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Roast pork to help preserve historic Crossroads Church

MIDDLETOWN – Homegrown sweet corn, grilled pork chops, pork burger sandwiches, homemade bread and desserts are on the menu at the 21st annual pork roast sponsored by the CLC Historical Preservation Society 4:30-7:00 p.m. July 24 at the Josiah Cromer Homestead Barn (now Howell Farms) near Middletown.

Dinner will be served in the historic barn, dating from around 1857, with massive hand-hewn beams. During the evening, the Church at the Crossroads will be open to browse memorabilia from the archives. All proceeds from the event will go to the Society for the Care and Preservation of Historic Crossroads Church, which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The church is available to the public as a site for weddings, recitals, club meetings, family reunions, retreats, birthday celebrations and more. To schedule events, call Mary Howell, 765-759-7432.

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