• Photo: Valley High Ranch barn with goats. Farm Chores Don't Stop in Winter Rural families must tend to livestock, no matter the weather!
  • Photo: L-O-V-E sculpture, made from ice. LOVE the Motor Meltdown! The Meltdown Ice Festival will take place in 2021, with appropriate updates for safety.
  • Photo: Restored home at 2009 East Main Street, Richmond, Indiana. Restoration Project RNR, Inc. has worked hard on this Richmond Federal farmhouse.



Photo: Blue Pete-the-Cat stuffie by

Libraries on Overdrive

Area libraries have worked hard to keep their doors open. Enjoy a wide variety of options for entertainment during these long, cold winter days. Books, of course, but also DVD's, games, virtual programs for kids as well as computer access. Download ebooks and magazines; stream movies - for free!


Vaccine Sign Up!

Hoosiers, 70 & older, can sign up for the vaccine now! Learn how Indiana plans to get Back On Track or find local info from the Wayne County Health Department. Additional resources are available in WayNet's Health section. Remember - it's STILL important to wash your hands!

Photo: E. J. Barton Art Moderne House in Reeveston Place, Richmond, Indiana.

Historic Places

Wayne County is blessed with an amazing 39 properties and districts that have been designated to be on the National Register of Historic Places. We invite you to take a look at our photos from some of these beautiful examples of historic and beautiful local architecture.

Things To Do in Wayne County

Due to the unprecedented issues surrounding the COVID-19 response, many events have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the organization before venturing out.
Find the entire calendar of events under "Things To Do!"Month View

Upcoming Featured Events


WayNet is Sponsored by:
Reid Health
We R Richmond - Richmond Community Schools
Morrisson-Reeves Library
City of Richmond, Indiana

Community Photo

More Photos:
Wayne County | WayNet Albums

Did You Know?

Fossiliferous limestone of the Ordovician Period in the Whitewater Gorge is 425 Million years old. It is one of only two places in the United States where this type of limestone is exposed to the surface.