Category Archives: Historic Downtown Danville

Photos Civil War Heritage Days 2012 Danville, IN

This past weekend was the second Civil War Heritage Days.  Hosted by the Danville Public Library and the Hendricks County Historical museum. Held in Historical Downtown Danville, the Home of Hendricks County Government.

There was lots to see and do.

This year was added a Grand Ball held in the Courthouse rotunda.  As a obeserver, I was on the second floor balcony looking down on the dance floor.  Thus giving me a very different perspective of the beautiful ball gowns and well dressed gentlemen.  With the adults was one little girl, who was most adorable, and held herself to the adults in her ability to dance and have fun.

For those local, please share this post with anyone you might recognize who might want to view.

I am going to put the full size resolution photos on my website if anyone is interested in purchasing.  Remember these photos are copy righted and the resolution has been reduced that render an awful print.

This posting has a higher number of photos than I usually post, so sit back, breathe, relax and enjoy.

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Gallery celebrates anniversary with month-long Squares on the Square

Gallery celebrates anniversary with month-long Squares on the Square.

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Scarecrows on the Square

They are back!  For the month of October travel to Historic Downtown Danville to see the creative efforts of many of the business, organizations, and community.

The Hendricks County Arts Council/ Gallery on the Square can be found across from the gallery.  You will find Puck and Bottom from the “Midsummer Nights Dream” by Shakespeare.

There is a People’s choice voting until October 14th.  There is a ballot box in the gallery where you can come vote for your favorite.

Of course I’m a bit BIASED  and our number is 22

Bottom and Puck


We are ready for fall.

Ready for Fall Come see us!

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