• Photo: Pallets of pumpkins as far as the eye can see, with three Amish men. Pumpkin Day More than 1,800 pallets of pumpkins, gourds, mums and produce were sold.
  • Photo: Amish man drives 6 horse hitch pulling a hay baler. Six Horse Hitch Extra skills needed to drive this farm equipment!
  • Photo: Levi and Catharine Coffin State Historic Site Levi & Catharine Coffin State Historic Site Located in Fountain City, Indiana. Open Wednesday through Sunday for tours.



Photo: Virginia Claypool Meredith Historical Sign

A Famous Family

While you're out visiting the locations on the Civil War Scavenger Hunt, keep in mind another famous person from Wayne County, Virginia Claypool Meredith, Gen. Soloman Meredith's daughter-in-law. Called the "Queen of Agriculture", she was the first female on the Purdue Board of Trustees.

Graphic: Mask Up Hoosiers


There are many things for individuals and businesses to consider as Indiana begins to lift restrictions. Find Indiana's plan at backontrack.in.gov, including helpful guidelines for businesses. You can find additional resources in WayNet's Health section. Remember - it's STILL important to wash your hands!

Graphic: You Count! - U.S. Census 2020

Complete the Census!

It's critical for all Wayne County citizens to complete the 2020 U.S. Census! The census determines how billions in federal funding are allotted as well as how many seats Indiana gets in Congress. It's fast, it's easy and it's online at https://2020census.gov/.
Be counted!

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

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Did You Know?

Singin' Sam, the Barbasol Man, (Harry Frankel) was the highest paid radio performer in his time. He was a Richmond, Indiana native and retired to Richmond before his death at the age of 60 on June 12, 1948.