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Welcome to Summer in Boone County

Summer is finally here and Boone County is ready to welcome you with festivals, events, places to visit and lots of family fun!

New this year is Colonial Market Days & Reenactment on June 8/9 at Abner Longley Park in Lebanon. Come and visit some the best merchants in 18th century reenacting! Demonstrators and craftsmen from across the midwest will be displaying their wares for sale.

Military and militia units from many different organizations and locations will be camping in the park to teach the public about the life a soldier and camp follower. Be sure to check out the afternoon battles and the Saturday evening tactical.

Jugglers, street performers, magic, and more. Musical entertainment will fill the air as our 18th century market becomes a stage. Visit

6th Annual Shalom Garden Tour

June 16th from 10am – 5pm it’s the 6th Annual Shalom Garden Tour, showcasing homes & gardens in Boone County Indiana. The unique characteristics of these gardens features work created and done by the homeowners. Be inspired. Enjoy these beautiful gardens while supporting Shalom and their meals to hungry neighbors and “Kid’s Sack Lunch” Program.

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Upcoming Events

Boone County Treasure Hunt

Date: September 21-22 at
Location: Boone County 4H Fairgrounds in Lebanon

Festival of the Turning Leaves

Date: September 27 -29 at
Location: Main Street Thorntown in Thorntown

Lincoln’s Lebanon

Date: September 28 - 29 at
Location: Lebanon Memorial Park in Lebanon,

What's New

September Charity Polo Events at Hickory Hall Polo Club

For over 20 years the Hickory Hall Polo club has provided a family centered social and sporting venue that helps raise money and awareness to the charities it serves. Come watch the Sport of Kings and enjoy what Polo has to offer the entire family.

September weekend polo events are open to the public. Pack a picnic basket, and enjoy an exciting event. Some guests bring tents and set up elaborate tables covered in champagne and fine cheeses, while others simply sit on their tailgates and drink a refreshing, cold beer.

Find out more at: Hickory Hall Polo

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