May 4, 2013: Downtown Princeton's Outdoor Sports Expo
Attention all sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts! Mark your calendar for the first ever Outdoor Sports Expo, Saturday, May 4th, in downtown Princeton. Rain or shine this one day event will offer outdoor sports exhibits, demonstrations, presentations and great foods. See Archery demonstrations! Hear about Boating Safety! Taste Wild Game Cooking! and more! Admission is free! There’s also going to be a “U Sell Boat and RV lot” with free spaces for anyone wanting to sell their boat or RV! Visit http://www.downtownprincetonin.com for more information and space registration. It’s Downtown Princeton’s Outdoor Sports Expo! Admission is free! Saturday, May 4th, 9 am til 4 pm, on the Courthouse Square, in downtown Princeton
Kids’ Casting Competition throughout the day
10 am Archery demonstration
10:30 Boating safety and laws
11 am Archery demonstration
11:30 National Archery in the Schools program
Noon Archery demonstration
12:30 Cooking wild game
1:00 Archery demonstration
1:30 Natural resource science experiment
(Open to all school age kids to participate)
2:00 Archery demonstration
2:30 Food plots for attracting wild birds and butterflies
3:00 Archery demonstration
3:30 Gun safety
September 1, 2013: Lyles Station New Beginnings Bike Ride
Kick off the fall bicycling season by joining us for a wonderful bicycle ride through scenic Western Gibson County in Southwestern Indiana. We will be holding the 2nd annual Lyles Station New Beginnings Bicycle Ride in conjunction with the Lyles Station School New Beginnings Celebration.
We hope to make this a recurring annual event.
We have 3 routes available for riders. There is a 20 mile, 45 mile, and 100K(62 mile) route route. T
he roads are fairly smooth paved roads. The 20 and 45 mile routes cover mostly rural areas and are mostly flat, but there are a few hills to add some challenges and excitement.
The 100K route will be on paved, little travelled state highways and paved county roads through mostly rural scenic areas. This route has some larger hills, but still has a lot of flat ground to relax. We will offer rest stops on all routes and rescue vehicles will be available to cover the routes.
Proceeds go to the Lyles Station School Historical Assn. to help operate their after school tutoring program for grade school and high school students needing extra help with school work.
Date: Sunday Sept. 5th, 2010
Registration:Starts at 7:30
Ride: Starts at 8:30