Bosse Field in Evansville Has New Address: 23 Don Mattingly Way
The street running from N. Main St. into Garvin Park now has a new name, which means that Bosse Field now has a new address! Yesterday, the parks board resolution declared that Bosse Field's official address is now 23 Don Mattingly Way, which was Don's number on his New York Yankees uniform. Garvin Park's address has formerly changed, as well, to 45 Don Mattingly Way.
Watch Out for a Horde of Diamond Ring Seekers During the 4th Annual Kruckemeyer & Cohn Diamond Dash This Sunday
If you see a bunch (zillions!) of people running around Downtown Evansville Sunday afternoon, don't panic! They aren't aliens from another world seeking human sacrifice, they are simply participating in the 4th Annual Kruckemeyer & Cohn Diamond Dash!
Mesker Park Zoo Hosts 2013 Boo at the Zoo for Family Halloween Fun
Want a fun family Halloween experience? Boo at the Zoo, presented by Old National Bank, is the perfect event for you! Boo at the Zoo begins Friday evening, Oct. 18 at 5-8 p.m. and continues for the same hours, Oct. 19, 20, 25, 26, & 27. Have fun with candy stations, magician, Don Baggett, giant inflatables, storytelling with the Rivertown Storytellers, games, creatures of the night, the Ten
2013 National Night Out Will Be At Wesselman Park in Evansville
Communities, businesses and law enforcement are coming together again for the 30th Annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 6 for the purpose of heightening crime and drug prevention, strengthening neighborhood spirit and police-community partnerships, and sending a message to criminals that our neighborhoods are fighting back...
Deaconess Men’s Health Series Continues with Diabetes Lecture
Do you have diabetes? Does diabetes run in your family? Here's an opportunity for you to learn how to manage your pre-diabetes or diabetes. Deaconess Hospital's Men's Health Series continues with a lecture about diabetes on Tuesday evening, May 14 in Johnson Hall.
Evansville Coat-A-Kid 2012
It's that time of year again...the temperatures are dropping and children's coats are needed for the 2012 Coat-a-Kid campaign. Your kids' old coats can make a warm difference for children in need in the Evansville area. Just drop off any old coats at Don's Claytons,