• Bess Sturgis and students participating in Art is...JAPAN! RAM introduces students to new cultures through art.
  • Mural of tools at the ACE Hardware store in Hagerstown, Indiana. Tool Wall Public art covers a wide gamut of media and topics. Click to view more photos!
  • Lincoln exhibit at the Wayne County Historical Museum in Richmond, Indiana. A President's Day Activity Visit the Lincoln exhibit at the Wayne County Historical Museum.

     

 

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Learn Something New!

If your New Year's resolution was to expand your mind, you're in luck! WayNet's Calendar is filled to the brim with classes for technology, crafts and art - many of them free! Expand your horizons when you learn to download an e-book, crochet a scarf, or throw a pottery pot!

Photo: Postcard Mural in Cambridge City, Indiana

Public Art

Public art, from murals to sculpture, professional to craft, can be found in all forms across Wayne County. View many of these creations on Flickr or go out and explore to find the many hidden gems. And don't forget the beautiful ice art that was created in January!

Photo: Books featuring famous historic Wayne County people

Local History

Interested in local history? Visit your local library for a huge assortment of books, pamphlets, manuscripts, photos and more featuring both the history of Wayne County and the fascinating people who have lived here.

What's Happening in Wayne County?

WayNet Updates Calendar Software

Screenshot: WayNet Community CalendarWayNet has launched new software for it's community calendar. We hope you're going to love it! Events are now visual, the layout is configurable, and the public can still submit events. Plus...you can now share events via email or your favorite social media outlet as well as save them to your own personal Google, Apple or Outlook calendar. Check it out and let us know what you think! You can drop us an email, tweet or reply on Facebook.

Here are some highlights of coming events. Find the entire calendar of events under "Things To Do!"

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Did You Know?

John Finley, Richmond, Indiana mayor from 1852 until his death in 1866, wrote the poem "The Hoosier's Nest", which is often cited as the first written reference to the word "Hoosier".