The replica log cabin in Winamac will soon have a new owner. Northern Indiana Power from the Past plans to buy the building for a dollar from the Pulaski County Historical Society, which has been looking to divest itself of a few of its underutilized properties. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board is weighing its options, when it comes to the Town Park’s restroom facilities. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight. Other than Park Manager Dave DeLorenzo’s monthly report, no specific discussion or action items are listed on the advance agenda. Continue reading
The condition of the Winamac Town Park’s restroom facilities has the town’s park board seeking additional input from residents. Continue reading
Winamac-area residents had the chance Wednesday to offer input on the town’s park and recreation facilities. As part of the process of putting together a five-year park and recreation plan, members of the public got to share what they like about the parks, as well as potential areas for improvement. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board now officially has some help with its efforts. During last week’s meeting, the board passed a resolution establishing an advisory council to help provide input on the town’s park and recreation facilities. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board is finalizing plans for the creation of an advisory council. It will be tasked with getting public input on the town’s park and recreation facilities, as well as helping with potential fund raising efforts. Continue reading
Northern Indiana Power from the Past returns for its 39th year this week. The antique farm machinery show will be held tomorrow through Sunday in the Winamac Town Park. Continue reading
The Winamac Park Board has officially formed an advisory council to help raise funds and get public input. Park board members voted Thursday to establish the council and set some additional parameters for its operation. Continue reading
The Northern Indiana Power from the Past summer power show may have been canceled this year, but you still have a chance to see some antique farm machinery in action. Continue reading
A popular local event has been cancelled due to the weather. “The Pulaski Post” reports next weekend’s Northern Indiana Power from the Past antique farm and tractor show has been cancelled. Continue reading
Celebrate Pulaski County’s 175th birthday during this weekend’s Northern Indiana Power from the Past show at the Winamac Town Park. Birthday clown Megan Lee Shurn, who was among the 15 children chosen in 1989 to be in charge of the county’s bicentennial celebration in 2039 will be cutting and serving birthday cake at the entertainment stage at noon EDT on Sunday, July 21. The county was named for County Cashmir Pulaski, who was killed during the Revolutionary War during the attack on Savannah in 1779.
The 35th annual Northern Indiana Power From the Past kicks off today! Their preview night, featuring HAP’s Chicken Bash, took place yesterday from 4:30 to 7 p.m. ET, sponsored by Boy Scout Troop 229.
Headlining this year’s show is Nashville Country Recording Artist Levi Riggs, and the event features Ford and Fordson tractors and will also exhibit motorcycles from the World of Motorcycles Museum, Inc., in North Judson.
The 35th annual Northern Indiana Power from the Past begins next week, a celebration which will feature Ford and Fordson Tractors.
The preview night is set for Wednesday, July 18 with HAP’S Chicken Bash from 4:30 to 7 p.m. ET, sponsored by the Boy Scout Troop 229. The headline event for this year’s Power Show is a performance by Nashville Country Recording Artist Levi Riggs.
The Northern Indiana Power from the Past Show continues today at the Town Park in Winamac. This is the 34th annual antique power show, and the highlight today is the Horse Pull sponsored by the Northern Indiana Horse and Mule Pullers Association. That begins at 7:00 p.m. ET. For music lovers, the Wishbone Blues Band will perform at 7:00 p.m. ET. Continue reading
The Northern Indiana Power From the Past Show begins today at the Winamac Town Park. This year’s featured attractions are John Deere tractors, engines, machinery and tools.
Other events today include the Ladies-Only Skillet Toss. Tonight at 7:00 p.m. ET, there will be square dancing with caller Ralph Hardy and tractor games.