Welcome to Indiana’s Territorial Past, located in Vincennes and Knox County.

Indiana’s first city is the perfect getaway for history enthusiasts.

Fall Fun is in Full Swing!

Plan to attend Autumn on Main Street on Friday October 6th.  Enjoy live music, food, beer and wine tasting, art and a car show. This event is being held in conjunction with the “First Friday” Art Walk that includes the three Main Street art galleries. Exclusive works of art will be on display and available to purchase. Participating galleries are Art Space (521 Main Street), the Open Gallery (329 Main Street) and the Northwest Territory Art Guild (316B Main Street).

Beginning this Saturday the Big Peach will have their Fall Fun Festival!  Each weekend in October this family-owned farm market will host a fun festival complete with a pumpkin patch, corn maze, bounce house, and games.  The Big Peach is open daily May through October and offers a variety of fresh produce, pumpkins, mums and fall decorations as well as jams & jellies, local honey, embroidery items, homemade pies, gift items, fudge, and more.

Talk an afternoon walk with Master Naturalist Terri Talarek King on a “Fungi Frolic” at Ouabache Trails Park, just north of Vincennes, Indiana.  Keep an eye out for the many shapes, colors, textures and forms of fungi – both strange and beautiful – on this slow trail walk. They may be on trees, logs, stumps, on the forest floor – who knows where! Learn how a mushroom happens. Recent or current rain makes for even better discovery. Magnifying lenses are a plus. Meet at 2:00 pm Eastern time at the Sacajawea Shelterhouse (back of the lower park loop). The walk will be using Trail 7, which has some steep slopes. All ages are welcome and families encouraged. “Fungi Frolic” is part of the Second Sunday Nature Exploration walks at Ouabache Trails Park for 2017.

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