Oversized games, mini barn raffle at July First Friday
Bringing the fun of some oversized games and the chance to win a mini barn made by Greencastle High School technology students, Black Lumber is the sponsor of the Friday, July 6 First Friday event in downtown Greencastle.
As always, the Main Street Greencastle event will feature plenty of music, food and drinks throughout the downtown district.
Black Lumber is asking the public to help it give back to the community with the drawing. The mini barn was built by the GHS engineering and technology class with supplies from Black Lumber.
Tickets are available for $5 each and the drawing will take place on Friday evening during the festivities.
All proceeds from the raffle will go to the class to assist with future projects.
Black will also have the chance to have some free fun with oversized cornhole board, Jenga, Kerplunk, checkers and tic-tac-toe. Instruction packets will be available so you can do it yourself.
Featured performers for the evening will be emcee Big Daddy A on the north side stage beginning at 5:30 p.m.
The band Big Fun will headline the north side stage from 7-11 p.m.
On South Indiana Street, ZooSoul Drum Circle will begin at 5 p.m., followed by Jack Gibson at 6 p.m.
Southbound 69 will conclude the evening on Indiana Street with a set beginning at 8 p.m.
On the Wasser Brewing Co. stage, Warrior Kings will play a 6:30 show.
Another feature of the evening will be the entire 2018 Dixie Chopper lawn mower lineup on North Indiana Street throughout the evening.
Food will be available from Almost Home/Swizzle Stick, Bon Appetit food trailer, Bridges Craft Pizza and Wine Bar, Completely Nuts and Candy, Hatchet’s Barbecue booth, Moore’s Bar, Myers’ Market, Tap House 24, The Fluttering Duck booth and Wasser.
Myers’ 5 East will also again play host to Game On vacation Bible school with sessions at 6 and 8 p.m. Game On includes a lesson, music, games and activities for kids going into grades one through four.
Kids can be registered in advance at https://1fgameon.weebly.com/ or at the door if there are spots remaining. Due to space, each session is limited to 50 kids. Children will need to be signed in and out.