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GCVT, Inc. Response to COVID-19 During this difficult time, we at the Gibson County Visitors & Tourism Bureau want to let our community, and especially our Gibson County tourism partners, know that we are standing with you. In response to this crisis, we are allocating $50,000 for a grant program we are calling “Gibson County/Better Together.” The program rolls out Friday, March 27, 2020, and will be open to all restaurants located in Gibson County which are owned by a Gibson County resident. Click HERE for the application form. A link to the application form is also available on the Gibson County Visitors and Tourism Bureau Facebook page. The application submission deadline will be April 10th with grants being awarded by April 17th. All Gibson County-owned restaurants are encouraged to apply. We are proud of the fact that we have so many wonderful, locally-owned and operated restaurants here in Gibson County. We firmly believe that we truly are BETTER TOGETHER!
Kite Festival at Lyles Station!
Join Lyles Station for a day of family fun. Enjoy professional kite flying, music, and food! Bring your own kite or purchase one on-site. April 18th, 2020 11 am- 4 pm www.lylesstation.org
Soulfest 2020 at Oakland City University
Oakland City University is proud to present its 2020 Soulfest on April 18th at 6:00 pm. The concert is free but tickets are required. Get yours here This year’s concert boasts an outstanding lineup, featuring Carrollton, Ryan Lynton, The Clay Harting Band, RENEE, and The Great Command. RSVP to reserve your seat and also be… Read more »
Princeton’s Lighted Christmas Parade
Princeton’s Snowflake Christmas parade will be held in downtown Princeton on Saturday, December 5th at 5:00 p.m. This lighted parade will feature floats, musical entries, as well as golf carts. The Grand Marshal to be announced The parade will line up on S. Hart St., merging onto S. Main St. from W. Pinkney. The parade… Read more »