West Lafayette Indiana Events
The traditional trunk is customized or treated in Covid, Tippecanoe County 4-H is hosting a ride - until Halloween. Learn how tricks - or treatments - came about and what it offers, and stroll through the I. Floyd Garrott Tenant House, which has been decorated with a variety of costumes and decorations by local artists, as well as local businesses and organizations.
In the past, they have started with a 5 km walk, held family picnics, performed live and hosted a family picnic. This year, the harvest festival will certainly be fun and safe, even if it's reduced to 7pm at Covid this year, but it's still fun - and - safe. Enjoy some fun 1920s Halloween decorations and let your kids see some of their favorite characters like Mickey Mouse, Mickey and Minnie Mouse in costumes. The staff will all be dressed in costumes and encourage you to come out with your favorite character and join in the fun.
In the online shop you can buy a photo of your desired animal with its pumpkin. Along the way, employees are posted with questions as the pumpkins are delivered to the animals on a rotating schedule.
For more information, call 765-494-3933-800 or use the "Contact" option on the right-hand side of the website. The shop is open Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 12 a.m. to 4 p.m.
For maps and information, call the West Lafayette Police Department at 765-494-3933-8500. The Boo Zoo is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. M. on Saturday, April 22 and Sunday, October 23 at Lakeview Park.
On Saturday, October 23, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., there will be family-friendly fall events in the Salvation Army parking lot and in the trunk - or, treats for the ride - by car. Parking is free and there is no need to drive to the event as adults enjoy visiting the LTHC parking lots. On both days, children can participate in various activities such as crafts, games, children's activities and a bouncy house.
Please note that guests do not need to arrive before 13: 00 in order to enjoy the event, but can arrive at any time during the scheduled time.
During the event, these event policies are intended to help ensure the health and safety of the campus community. Be aware that these policies may change if circumstances change, and this is what all organizers and participants are expected to do.
Come with us to warm up and collect delicious treats for the youth in your vehicle or visit the stop and play games on the game board.
Please note: 4-7 sessions are offered for the same training, but there is no need to offer 6 or 7 of these sessions. There is a chance that sessions 7 and 7 will be offered with the same training. Please note that units 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 of this training are not offered. It is possible to offer session 6 and 6 of the 7 sessions with this seed training.
Please note: There is the possibility that the fifth of seven sessions will be offered with the same training, but no need to offer six or seven of these sessions.
Take in the architectural pride of turn-of-the-century Lafayette and walk or shop in retail stores and art galleries where you can find and admire specialties of all kinds. The second hour offers a guided tour of the Lafayette Museum of Art and the historic Lafayette Public Library. Let yourself be enchanted by the history, art, architecture and history of West Lafayette, Indiana, and its history as a city.
This unique, award-winning art shop with local and regional artists presents a diverse range of art that satisfies the soul. Every September, the Art of Wabash, a local art fair, offers art lovers the opportunity to buy artworks and meet the artists who create them.
This hauntingly friendly event is perfect for all ages of children aged 4 to 12, as well as parents and grandparents. K-12 And their families are invited to go home to receive free activities, free food and free entertainment. Come with your children in the rain or sunshine for a day of fun, games, music, art, crafts, food and more at this fun - for - all event.
If you fancy a good burger, check out Duane Purvis' American Burger in West Lafayette, which is trying to make a name for itself. The Triple XXX is famous for its root beer, but this art, culture and adventure can make your taste buds buzz. American cheese, melted American cheese, bacon, lettuce, tomatoes, onions and cheddar are served, and that's filling.
Learn about wolves, misconceptions and mythology in the popular Howl - a - Night program while warming up by the fire and howling with wolves. Bring a packed hot dog and walk along the paths to see other animal ambassadors, and in return, special treats from the Wolf Park will be distributed.