-Antique Tractor & Farm Implements Show-


Antique farm tractors, working farm implements, and gas engines dating back to the 1940’s will be on display at Spring Mill State Park. Step back in time and imagine what it was like in the days when the family tractor was the most important piece of machinery on the farm! Presented in cooperation with the Tri-County Antique Farm Machinery Association.


Sat Apr 25 (9am-5pm) and Sun Apr 26 (9am-3pm)

 Sycamore Shelter at Spring Mill State Park in Mitchell

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Lawrence County History Festival!

Join costumed actors in celebrating Indiana’s history from the Revolutionary War through WWII. Visitors can sit in the camps of Civil War Soldiers, listen to the stories of the Native Americans, visit a buffalo hunter’s encampment, see a battle reenactment, enjoy a Wild West stage show and interact with a variety of historical characters. The History Festival is a fun and learning experience for children and adults! civilwarcamp


Sat April 18 (10am-4pm) and Sun April 19 (noon-4pm)

Murray Park in Bedford

 Also, don’t miss two special History Fest events! Cowboy Bob’s Chuckwagon Theater Show will be held at 11am on Sat April 18 at Stalker School. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children.

 The Presidential Civil War Ball will be held on Sat evening, April 18. President and Mrs. Lincoln arrive at 7:30pm. Admission is free!

 For tickets and information call 812-279-3561 or taylorn@nlcs.k12.in.us

 Or, pick up your tickets at the Lawrence County Visitors Center – 533 W Main St in Mitchell.

For more information click here!

Unique Places to Stay!

Lawrence County provides a wide range of lodging options, designed to accommodate your needs. The Candlelight B&B, located in Bedford, opened its doors for the first time in early October. The Midwest Trail Ride  (MTR) is a privately owned horseman’s campground bordering Hoosier National Forest, 15 miles south of Bloomington Indiana. MTR offers both organized rides and daily camping from the end of March through the beginning of November.

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