501 E. Margaret Ave.
Terre Haute, IN 47802
Phone: (812) 235-1770
Fax: (812) 234-2817
501 E. Margaret Ave., Terre Haute, IN, US, 47802
- Phone: (812) 235-1770
- Fax: (812) 234-2817
A wide variety of ethnic foods will be offered.
A festival the last weekend in April in downtown Terre Haute, Crossroads ArtsFest "showcases the arts of the region with performances, exhibitions, demonstrations, and children's activities."
Sprints, midgets, and champ dirt car races take place at this track.
The Hulman Center was named after the Hulman family. Historic trivia suggests that the Indiana State University was aided by the Hulmans in setting up this venue. It is located in Terre Haute, southwest of Indianapolis. The center accommodates 10,200 visitors and hosts music concerts, basketball games and gymnastic events. Some past performers include Elvis Presley and Frank Sinatra. For driving directions and other information, check the website.
The Zorah shrine, formerly built as a Christian Church is now a fraternal organization and includes an auditorium that provides for several shrine clubs, events and concerts to spread religious, educational and social welfare. The voluntary organization also offers rental space for weddings, receptions and gatherings. For more details on current events, do visit the website or call ahead.
Located within the premises of the Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, the Hulbert Arena is a premier sporting destination that plays host to major events. Besides being used for practice sessions, the arena mainly plays host to basketball and volleyball matches. Equipped with modern facilities and a seating capacity of around 2000, the Hulbert Arena is considered as a center of all sporting activities that take place in the region. If you wish to spot local sportsmen, then this has to be your next destination. Check the website or call ahead to know more.