July 28 , Zanesville Lions Club Summer Festival, Zanesville (Allen) — Various locations - Car show, food, garage sales, horse and wagon rides, and more! 260-638-4327. For updates, go to
July 21 - July 22, Roar ‘n’ Snore Family Overnight Camp, Albion (Noble) — Black Pine Animal Sanctuary - Pack up your tent, sleeping bags, cooler, flashlight, and join us for a night of camping at the sanctuary! Each site can accommodate up to two tents and a maximum of six people. We will prepare dinner while you set up camp, followed by a guided sanctuary tour, then a movie after dark. Event begins at 5:30 p.m. Sat and ends at 9a.m. Sunday. Awake to the sounds of the lions roaring, birds calling, and - we hope - the wolves singing! A continental breakfast, with fresh-brewed coffee, will also be served. $75/site plus $8/person. 260-636-7383.;
July 28 , Summer Fest, Albion (Noble) — Black Pine Animal Sanctuary - Summer Fest has been an annual tradition at Black Pine for more than 19 years! The last Saturday in July we celebrate summer - and our hard-working staff - by coming together with a fun-filled day of special activities to enrich both animals and people. Enjoy a variety of vendors and exhibits! No guided tours are scheduled, instead visitors will enjoy a full line-up of keeper presentations and animal enrichment fun, beginning at 10 a.m. and every half hour until we close at 5 p.m. - all for one "all day" entry price! Free for ages 0-2; $7 ages 3-9; $10 ages 10-54; $8 ages 55+; free for Park Pal members. 260-636-7383.; http;//


July 21 - August 05, Fountain Park Chautauqua, Remington (Jasper) — Fountain Park - Daily activities, two programs per day, art and quilting classes, children's activities. Rustic hotel and camping area available.
July 27 - July 28, Broadway Art and Craft Fair, Monticello (White) — Monticello Library - Local artists exhibit art for the public to purchase. Free. Hours vary by day. 574-583-2665, ext. 3307.
July 30 - August 03, Mighty Acorns Nature Camps (ages 8-12), Chesterton (Porter) — 700 Howe Road - Students who participate in Mighty Acorns® during the school year can live, learn and play with fellow Mighty Acorns at this 5 day/4 night camp in the dunes. Registration by invitation only. 219-395-9555,,
July 28 , Rock the Arts Festival, Rensselaer (Jasper) — Potawatami Park, Downtown - Prairie Arts Council's annual arts festival presenting live music, food, art fair, interactive arts and activities for all ages. Noon-6 pm on activities. Music and food through 10 pm. Free, donations accepted. 219-866-5278,;


July 29 , Sullivan Arrowhead Show, Sullivan (Sullivan) — Sullivan County 4-H Building - Free. 8 am-2:30 pm. 812-665-3772, after 6 pm.


July 07 , Corydon Capital Day, Corydon (Harrison) — Downtown Square - Demonstrations, food, old-fashioned fun. Free. 888-738-2137,
July 14 , Wheels for the Mill, Salem (Washington) — Historic Beck's Mill - Car show with voting, classic vehicles, music, and food. 11 am-3 pm. Mill entry fee for adults older than 16 ($5). No charge to view classic vehicles. 812-883-5147. Entry fee for car show.
July 20 - July 21, Oldenburg Freudenfest, Oldenburg (Franklin) — Town Hall - German festival with food, beer garden, games, German music. 10k walk, 7 or 20 mile bike ride, good family fun. Hours vary. Free. 866-647-6555.


July 07 , Abraham Lincoln Freedom Festival, Rockport (Spencer) — Rockport City Park - Food, music and large fireworks display. Festival begins at noon CST and concludes with the fireworks show at dark. Free. 812-649-9147.
July 21 , Red Skelton Festival, Vincennes (Knox) — Red Skelton Museum - Entertainment, clowns, fun and food. Evening performance features a Red Skelton impersonator. Free. 800-886-6443.