July is a month full of fun summer events for the whole family! Located just a few miles west of Evansville, IN, Posey County is the perfect destination for outdoor adventures, unique events and beautiful places to stay. CLICK HERE to book your trip today!
Singles, friends, and couples are welcome to enjoy the evening creating and sharing the joys of making art! Our skilled instructor will guide you through centering and shaping clay forms on the potter’s wheel, and then you will be set free to make your own creations. Enjoy drinks and light hors d’oeuvres as we briefly review the night’s work.
Registration for this class includes clay, tools, instruction and refreshments for one person. Want to immortalize this treasured experience? We can make it happen. We’ll trim, glaze and fire your selected works an additional $5 per piece.
New Harmony hosts its unique and traditional July 4th celebration with patriotic songs by the Community Choir, the reading of The Declaration of Independence in its entirety and a speech by keynote speaker, Professor Kent Schuette. A golf cart parade and community picnic follow
Visit New Harmony, Indiana every Second Saturday of the month, March- November, and experience farmers’ markets, vendor fairs, special tours, exhibition receptions, and other fun and exciting events.
MARK YOUR CALENDARS and plan to enjoy a magical experience July 8 and 9th in New Harmony as we celebrate the Firefly Festival with special activities and programs, fun facts, and forays into the firefly habitat to watch nature’s fireworks!
Visitors can expect to enjoy
:Golf cart and walking tours through the outdoor “firefly theatre”
Glow in the dark yoga
Pub crawl with specialty drinks
Children and family activities
Fun shopping experiences and more!
Stay the night and receive a special discount at the New Harmony Inn!
An Art Festival and gathering of artist friends that are our family! Saturday July 10th, 2022 from 9:00am to 5:00pm in New Harmony, Indiana’s historic Maclure Park.
Find out what it took to make a garment in the 1800s as you learn how to weave on a variety of looms during this program with Peggy Taylor, a local art teacher and professional historical weaver. Plus, create a weaving project to take home with you. Children ages 12 and younger will need help of a caregiver while working with the looms. Tickets are $25/person, 25% discount for members.
In this class, we will create cups, bowls and more using hand-building techniques. Explore basic clay techniques like slab construction, coil building, and pinching, while we also experiment with texture through various found objects.
All levels are welcome. Course fee includes individual attention/instruction for one person, clay and bisque/glaze firing for two pieces. Want to keep all of your handmade pieces? We can make it happen. We’ll glaze and fire additional work $3 per piece.
Join us on a moonlight walk at The Cathedral Labyrinth. Experience the traditional walk on the carved granite path, guided by labyrinth volunteers.
As the sun sets, flameless candles will continue to illuminate the path. Chimes will be available for those who wish to use them.
Those who wish to do so may dip their feet in the fountain pool at the base of the Orpheus Fountain before embarking upon the path. The fountain is in the shape of a lyre and instrument the sound of which might tame the wild beast within those who walk the labyrinth.
Get ready for an exciting and jam-packed fair this year! At this year’s fair we welcome both new and old events, a wide variety of food and commercial vendors, and of course plenty of family fun waiting to be had! The Posey County Fair Association has been putting in countless hours of time and effort to make this year’s fair the best ever. We are beyond pumped and can’t wait to see you at the FAIR!!!