Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Fairs and Festivals - Indiana - May 2013

* * * May Indiana Events 2013 * * *

Smokin' On The Water - BBQ Festival by the Lake Liberty May 4th and 5thwww.libertyindianalions.com/liberty_lions_club/Smoke_on_the_Water.html

Tri-State Antique Market 
May 5th; June 2nd; July 7th; August 4th; September 1st; October 6th
Website: www.lawrenceburgantiqueshow.com

Located AT: Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds, US 50 and Hollywood Blvd, Lawrenceburg, IN 47025

Indiana's largest antiques and vintage market is held the first Sunday of the month, May through October. The popular event is a seasonal destination for thousands of treasure hunters and features over 200 vendors selling a variety of antique and vintage goods from all periods and at all price points. The Lawrenceburg Fairgrounds has modern amenities, free parking, local food and beverage concessionaires, and is wheelchair accessible. Over half of the vendors are indoors or under cover, so the event is held rain or shine. Admission is $3.00 for adults with children and attended pets admitted at no charge.

Auburn Spring Collector Car Auction, Swap Meet & Car Corral Auburn May 9th to 11thwww.automaniashows.com/

Fifth Third Bank Broad Ripple Art Fair Indianapolis May 18th and 19thindplsartcenter.org/events/

Fairbanks Park Arts and Music Festival Terre Haute May 23rd to June 1stwww.fairbanksparkfestival.com/

IPL 500 Festival Parade Indianapolis May 25th www.500festival.com/

Valpo-Fest Motorcycle Swap Meet & Parts Expo Valparaiso May 25th and 26thwww.valpo-fest.com/

The Indianapolis Charity Horse Show Indianapolis May 29th to June 1st indycharityhs.org/

All-American Country Hoedown Campbellsburg May 30th to June 2ndwww.campbellsburghoedownfestival.com/

Hoosier Hills Fiber Festival Franklin, 
May 31st to June 1st
Website www.hoosierhillsfiberfestival.com
Located AT: Johnson County Fairgrounds
Hoosier Hills Fiber Festival celebrates the fiber arts with a variety of vendors, products and supplies, demonstrations, fibers, animals, competitions, and classes. We fill 3 buildings as well as have some lawn vendors. You will enjoy classes by experienced instructors, creating a treasure and learning a new skill that can be passed on to generations. Vendors will be stocked with products, supplies, and finished items relating to all types of fiber arts: spinning, weaving, knitting, crochet, wet/dry felting, yarns, handmade jewelry, beads, buttons, and the list goes on. Enjoy re-enactors, hand sheep shearing, and free demonstrations at many booths. Visit our website for updated info and downloadable applications for classes, competitions, and vendor spaces. Free admission and parking. May 31, 2013 12p - 6p and June 1, 2013 9a - 5p.

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