Here's a recap of our City By City report from Friday, Oct. 18, 2013:
A new brewery is celebrating its grand opening Friday. Tapistry Brewing is located downtown on Lake Street. They'll have hors d'oeuvres and their home-brewed beers at the event, starting at noon.
Students are getting Gaelic lessons from the Gaelic Players Association of Ireland. They'll teach students about the sport of hurling, and other Irish traditions. The event is a partnership with Notre Dame's "Play like a Champion Today" program. It's meant to teach teamwork, respect, and a good attitude for students.
It’s a sold out event for Mystery at the Mansion this Friday and next. Performers make the Oliver Mansion their stage for a dramatic tale of murder in the early 1900s. This year, it’s based on the true story of Belle Gunness.
Dracula, the Musical, is coming to the Bendix Theatre on Friday at 7 p.m. Tickets cost $10. Organizers say this show is suitable for teens and older, but not the younger crowd.
Brush up your resume because INDOT is looking for seasonal workers. Jobs are available in Winamac as well as nearby Monticello and Rensselaer. A job fair will be held on Thursday, October 24, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Central Time at INDOT’s Rensselaer sub-district. Seasonal hires will help with maintenance and drive the plows. Priority at the job fair will be given to those who apply online in advance. We have a link on the Big Red Bar.
You can find pre-assembled Halloween costumes for your family at reasonable prices this weekend. The Twin City Players, a non-profit community theatre serving southwest Michigan, is hosting its annual sale. The sale will run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the TCP studio located at 600 West Glenlord Road in St. Joe. You can find more information on the Big Red Bar, along with Trick-or-Treat times.
The Marshall County 4H Fairgrounds will host the first annual haunted horse barn on Saturday, October 26 starting at 7:30 p.m. Admission to the family-friendly event only costs $1 per person.