Posts Tagged ‘Free activities for kids’

Downtown North Manchester: Eel River Arts & Harvest Festival

Shop and dine downtown North Manchester during the Eel River Arts & Harvest Festival on October 5, 2019.  There will be lots of family fun, fall favorites, live music, art, free kids’ activities, food vendors, apple dumplings, wagon rides and much more!  Check out their Facebook page for more details!

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Downtown Roann: Roann Covered Bridge Festival

Downtown Roann is the place to be for the Roann Covered Bridge Festival September 5-8, 2019.  There will be free concerts, games, rides, vendors, hot-farm and modified tractor/truck pulls, car/truck cruise-in, as well as a parade on Saturday and breakfast and corn hole contest in the Covered Bridge.  Check out their Facebook page for more…

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Wabash High School: Back To School Bash

Wabash CASA is hosting a free give away for Wabash County kids. Clothing, backpacks, school supplies, fingerprint kits, back to school shots, books, haircuts and more will be given by various community partners, including The Access, to Wabash kids. Registration begins June 1 and ends July 21. The give away will be August 3 from…

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Brandt’s Harley Davidson: Brandt’s Touch-A-Truck Event

Brandt’s Harley-Davidson’s 1st Annual Touch-A-Truck event is coming Saturday, June 22nd! Bring the family for an afternoon of fun and adventure! Trucks, tractors, fire trucks, police cars and more will be on display for kids to see, touch, and learn about. Spread the word… more details to come!

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Wabash Carnegie Library: Discovery

After puppet plays, stories, and songs, children will work on fun STEAM(science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) activities. ages 3-6 Event Type(s): STEAM Program Age Group(s): Preschoolers For additional opportunities for learning about Wabash County history, click here

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Wabash Carnegie Library: Inventor’s Club

Kids in grades K-5 are welcome to join us at 2:00 pm for an hour of creating and learning new things, meeting others and having fun! Event Type(s): STEAM Program Age Group(s): Grades K-5 For additional opportunities to learn about history, click here

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