Ice Cream Social At Hamacher Hall Saturday

The Crothersville Town Players will host an Ice Cream Social this Saturday, August 20 from 6-8 p.m. at Hamacher Hall.
Admission is free, as are refreshments of ice cream, homemade cookies, iced tea and lemonade.
Live Entertainment will be provided.
“This free event is to encourage the exploration and preservation of Crothersville history, and to promote interest in cultural and performing arts,” said Brenda Holzworth, president of the CTP.
Other organizers of the group Vice-President – Dorothy J. Rice, Secretary – Linda Seals, and Treasurer – Eunice Lacey.
Coming Events:
September 30 – October 1: Fundraising Community Yard Sale at 209 East Howard
October 14 and 15: Dinner Theater presentation of G. L. Horton’s play “What Kind of a Life is That?”
December 10: Presentation of “Winter Fancies” the poetry of Hoosier poet, James Whitcomb Riley.
Hamacher Hall, built in 1885, is the former 1st Presbyterian Church of Crothersville and has ties to John Hamacher, a founder of the Indiana town of Crothersville.
Memberships are available for $12 annual, or $6 for students. Monetary donations and volunteers are welcomed. For more information about The Crothersville Town Players, either stop by Aunt Samantha’s or call Brenda Holzworth at 793-2760.