Lafayette Indiana Events
Here is a list of events taking place in Lafayette, Indiana, in the coming weeks and months, as well as events in other parts of the state. A social - distanced meeting of friends, family and friends from all walks of life, all over the country.
Note: There are sessions 4 - 7 sessions that offer the same training, but there are sessions 5 - 6 sessions and sessions 7 - 9 sessions. For each of the 7-on-7 sessions offered in the same training sessions, there is one session. Note: For each session of each session, there is an event that offers the same training. And there are a number of meetings for all the meetings of 6-to-6 sessions and the sessions of 6-8 sessions
Note: There are sessions 6-7 sessions that offer the same training, but there is one session for each session of 6-6 sessions and sessions 7-9 sessions.
Craft Christmas pastries, find special gifts from local vendors, take a photo with Santa Claus under the Christmas tree, enjoy free hot chocolate and popcorn and see a live nativity scene from 6 to 8 pm. Enjoy fun, including a custom finisher medal competition with a $10,000 prize pool, free food and beverages, a free gift bag and more. Come for breakfast with Santa, make Christmas crafts, see the live crib and enjoy free hot chocolate, popcorn and more!
Make a show, see the live nativity scene and watch a scene from "A Christmas Carol" performed by the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra and the LaFayette County Chamber of Commerce from 6 to 8 p.m. Enjoy free hot chocolate and popcorn from 7 to 9 p.m. and head to the show from 9: 30 to 10 p.m.! See who will perform, as well as a live performance of "Christmas in America" from 10: 00 p.m. to 11: 15 p.m. and a special performance from 12: 45 p.m. to 2: 50 p.m. by Louisiana State Opera.
Listen to the choir and guess how many strands of light are on the tree to win prizes! Come and experience the beginning of the holiday season with the arrival of a Christmas tree at Purdue University. This year is the inaugural year and the program will open with a live performance by the Lafayette Symphony Orchestra and the LaFayette County Chamber of Commerce. Learn how to make 1920s decorations, including crepe paper rosette trees, Christmas trees and more!
In 1838, a booklet entitled "The Valley of Upper Wabash, Indiana" was published to promote the settlement of the region. In January 1846, father and son Henry and William Ellsworth were admitted to the United States in Stockholm, Sweden. His daughter Annie suggested the first telegraph message, which was sent in May 1844.
Wise hoped to reach New York, but weather conditions forced the balloon to Crawfordsville, Indiana. The post office arrived at its destination by train, and Wise hoped to return to the US via New Orleans. Amtrak, the national passenger and rail system, offers passenger train services to Lafayette via Cardinal, but freight train services are provided by the Indiana State Railroad Authority (ISRA) and the Indianapolis & Southern Railway Company (IND). The nearest commercial airport currently serving scheduled air traffic is Indianapolis International Airport, IND, located north of Lafayette in the east of the city, about 30 miles west of downtown Lafayette.
Purdue University's independent student newspaper is based on the campus on Northwestern Avenue in West Lafayette and serves Purdue West and Lafayette itself. The Journal & Courier also has offices in Lafayette, as well as a print edition in Indianapolis and a digital version in Bloomington.
The program is highly flexible and can be adapted to the needs and schedules of students and families. We encourage families to invite students to their homes and ask them to meet with their families at least once a week for lunch, dinner or other family activities.
For more information on the programme, call 765-494-3933-800 or press options 1-866-735-4357. Lafayette Public Schools Family Resource Center (FRC) is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday from 11: 30 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Monday and Tuesday from 8 a.m. to 6: 45 p.m.
A team with 10 years of local experience had to come back to find their dream home and sell their current home. The director and screenwriter is known as DeBolts, the name given to his wife and co-founder of the Lafayette Film Festival.
On the eve of the war, he searches for a spiritual vision that leads him to believe Harrison should be murdered, and pursues him through a series of events.
The French officer who was a key supporter of George Washington's Continental Army in the American Revolutionary War was named after him in many border towns. The French government built Fort Ouiatenon, and his brother was in the city when the U.S. Army marched north in hopes of destroying Prophetstown. Lafayette is located at the mouth of the Mississippi, where the river becomes impassable for riverboats upstream and there are no French forts or trading posts.