Euchre Tourney - LHAS Style!

Euchre Tourney - LHAS Style!

There is nothing more Midwest than.... Euchre!
Euchre Tournament Benefitting Loving Heart Animal Shelter!

Doors: 6:30PM
Games Begin: 7:15PM
Ends when we have our WINNERS & Losers!!!

Food included with your ticket price.
Full Bar: Cash & Card Accepted!

Contact Kati at 765-491-8440 to get your team tickets!

Dog Days of Summer

Dog Days of Summer

Our focus is to help Almost Home Humane SocietyLoving Heart Animal Shelter and North Central Indiana Spay & Neuter financially with the costs of their day-to-day operation. All 3 organizations are a not-for-profit rescue that relies on donations and adoption fees to pay for the animals in their care. The money raised from the event will go directly to the care of the animals in the rescue (i.e., vetting costs, medicines, food, shelter, etc.), and hopefully allow them to help more animals that are in need. 

• 95.3 Bob FM radio personality Erik Wake will be on location for a live broadcast. 

• We will have a couple local area bands performing, including Graciously Departed & Frank Muffin.

• Several vendors, including valley flowers, LuLaRoe, Tippy HempMy Beautiful Life Boutique, Pink Zebra, & many more will be there on hand.

• We'll have a silent auction packed full of prizes. All proceeds raised from the silent auction will go to the 3 shelters.


event time 6PM-10PM

Individual ticket $20 or 6 tickets for $100

tickets available online:

Arni's will be providing pizza, salad & breadsticks for dinner. Carnahan Hall has a cash bar available. 

We still have vendor space available, please contact us if you are interested in setting up a booth.

Railroad Earth & moe. at Tippecanoe County Amphitheater

Railroad Earth & moe. at Tippecanoe County Amphitheater

Railroad Earth and moe. hit the road this summer between Red Rocks and Lockn’ Festival with a stop at the Tippecanoe County Amphitheater in West Lafayette, IN.

Railroad Earth

The members of Railroad Earth aren’t losing sleep about what “kind” of music they play – they just play it. When they started out in 2001, they were a bunch of guys interested in playing acoustic instruments together. As Railroad Earth violin/vocalist Tim Carbone recalls, “All of us had been playing in various projects for years, and many of us had played together in different projects. But this time, we found ourselves all available at the same time.”

Ultimately, Railroad Earth’s music is driven by the remarkable songs of front-man, Todd Sheaffer, and is delivered with seamless arrangements and superb musicianship courtesy of all six band members. As mandolin/bouzouki player John Skehan points out, “Our M.O. has always been that we can improvise all day long, but we only do it in service to the song. There are a lot of songs that, when we play them live, we adhere to the arrangement from the record. And other songs, in the nature and the spirit of the song, everyone knows we can kind of take flight on them.” Sheaffer continues: “The songs are our focus, our focal point; it all starts right there. Anything else just comments on the songs and gives them color. Some songs are more open than others. They ‘want’ to be approached that way – where we can explore and trade musical ideas and open them up to different territories. But sometimes it is what the song is about.”

So: they can jam with the best of them and they have some bluegrass influences, but they use drums and amplifiers (somewhat taboo in the bluegrass world). What kind of music is it then? Mandolin/vocalist John Skehan offers this semi-descriptive term: “I always describe it as a string band, but an amplified string band with drums.” Tim Carbone takes a swing: “We’re a Country & Eastern band! ” Todd Sheaffer offers “A souped-up string band? I don’t know. I’m not good at this.” Or, as a great drummer/singer/mandolin player with an appreciation for Americana once said: “Rock & roll!”

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moe. is the preeminent progressive rock band on the music scene today—a quintet of world class musicians, whose creative output equals that of their longevity. In a remarkable career that has touched three decades and produced a discography of 24 albums, the Sugar Hill Records recording artist of Al Schnier and Chuck Garvey on guitars and vocals, Rob Derhak on bass and vocals, Jim Loughlin on percussion and vibes, and Vinnie Amico on drums, continue to push the standard for performance art higher and further.

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