Thursday, April 23, 2009

Dearborn Highlands Arts Council

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Dearborn Highlands Arts Council
331 Walnut Street
Lawrenceburg, Indiana 47025 ·
812-539-4251




The mission of the Dearborn Highlands Arts Council is to serve, expand and enrich the lives of residents of Dearborn County and adjacent areas through education, exposure, diversity, enjoyment and participation in the performing and visual arts.

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Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Greendale Cinema

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Greendale Cinema
1605 Flossie Dr.
Greendale IN 47025
812-532-7469




The Greendale Cinema is the first and only 10 screen, first run Movie Theater in the Greendale/Lawrenceburg area. The theater is conveniently located just off I-275 and U.S 50. It is a great place to visit to watch a movie and relax with the family in southeastern Indiana.

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Friday, April 10, 2009

Dearborn County Historical Society - Lawrenceburg, Indiana

Angevine Log Cabin Dearborn County Historical Society - Lawrenceburg, Indiana
Angevine Log Cabin Dearborn County Historical Society - Lawrenceburg, Indiana



Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites, Markers & Museums - South East Edition
Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites,
Markers & Museums
South East Edition
Dearborn County Historical Society
Located in the historic Vance-Tousey House in downtown Lawrenceburg, the Dearborn County Historical Society offers a variety of services for visitors interested in the county's rich history, including genealogical research assistance, a restored log cabin and programs and special events on occasion. It is a must place to visit to learn the history of this part of southeast Indiana.
Vance-Tousey House
Constructed by Lawerenceburg founder Samuel C. Vance, this 1818 structure is a two-story, five bay, Late Georgian / Federal style brick and sandstone home. The National Register of Historic Places listed it in 2000. Omer Tousey owned the home later on.
Angevine Log Cabin
Built by James Angevine around 1820 to replace an earlier cabin that a flooding Tanners Creek washed away. Native to New York City, Angevine had been a sailor before moving to Dearborn County in 1818, where he opened a grocery store. He and his wife Susan raised twelve children in this cabin. They lived in the cabin untl 1834 when they built a bigger brick home higher up on the hill. The Dearborn County Historical Society purchased, moved and restored the cabin in 1985.
Dearborn County Historical Society
508 West High Street
Lawrenceburg, IN 47025-1916
(812) 537-4075


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