Community News

Upcoming Events – Mark Your Calendars

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Saturday, September 23
Intro to Pickleball Clinic
9 a.m. @ HVL Tennis Courts

Monday, September 25
HVGC Golf Specials
Hidden Valley Golf Club

Monday, September 25
Fall Honeysuckle Roundup
6 p.m. @ HVL Campground Loop

Wednesday, September 27
Intro to Pickleball Clinic
6 p.m. @ HVL Tennis Courts

Thursday, September 28
POA Board Meeting
7 p.m. @ HVL Community Room

Saturday, October 7
HVL Community Garage Sale
9 a.m. — 1 p.m. at your house

Saturday, October 14
HVL Garden Club Bunco Fundraiser
1 p.m. — HVL Community Room

Saturday, October 14
Haunted Hayride
5 p.m. & 7:30 p.m. @ HVL Sports Complex

Sunday, October 29
Halloween Walk
2 p.m. @ Longview Drive by the beach

Saturday, October 21
Civic Club Card Night, BYOB, $5
6:30 @ HVL Community Room

Saturday, November 4
Italian Evening Out
6 p.m. @ Hidden Valley Golf Club

 

 


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Italian Evening OutItalian Evening Out

Saturday, November 4 | HVL Golf Club | $25 per ticket
Cocktails – 6 p.m. | Buffet – 7 p.m.| Show – 8 p.m.

Featuring live – Songs of Sinatra by vocalist Michael D.

Benefit for HVL Outdoors Activities Center

Door prizes — Split the Pot — Silent Auction

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Hidden Valley Golf Club Specials

Monday, September 25 and Thursdays after 3 p.m.

For HVL Residents & Their Guests 

18 Holes Golf/Cart   $25.00 per person
9 Holes Golf/Cart     $15.00 per person

Driving Range: $4 warm up bucket, $7 regular bucket

Call ahead for tee time availability, 812-537-5033
Dress code in effect: collared shirts, golf attire. 

Harvey Hurricane Relief Fundraiser

Raffle tickets sold at Pro Shop – September 20 thru November 3
Winning tickets drawn at End of the Year Dinner Meeting November 3

$1 for One Ticket
$5 for (6) Tickets
$10 for (15) Tickets

Contact: Vicki Shroyer  Mary Kay Kroeger  Debbie Houchin


Fall Honeysuckle Roundup
& After-Work Stress Reliever

Monday, September 25 | 6 p.m. till dark | HVL Campground Loop

Blue sky and clear water at Paradise Lake at Hidden Valley Lake, Indiana

Please come help us cut honeysuckle. Enjoy nature, get some exercise, and help the HVL Natural Resource Volunteers continue our progress cutting down invasive honeysuckle. This really makes a difference in restoring the health of our woodlands and in minimizing future erosion problems. The Campground Loop walking trails are at the rear of the athletic fields area. Come when you can, all help is appreciated!

Everyone is welcome to help out – there are easy tasks and/or chances to use your chainsaw. Dress code is sturdy shoes/boots, protective gloves, long pants, long sleeves and bug spray. Optional: bring loppers and/or chain saws. Water and treats provided.

Bonus: the fall migration of warblers is in progress. Nick will point out birds you seldom see. 

Can’t make it next Monday? We will be planting native trees and shrubs in early October and could use some help refilling holes and putting up deer fencing. So, reserve some time to get out and enjoy the fall weather.

Linda Hartmann, HVL Natural Resources Coordinator


Euchre ImageCivic Club Card Night

Saturday, October 21| 6:30 p.m. | HVL Community Room | BYOB | $5

The Civic Club  sponsors Card Nights the 3rd Saturday of each month from October 21 thru April 20.

Please join us for some Euchre. Hope to see you there!

 Questions? Call Matt Harrison 513-532-0823.


WitchHalloween Walk

Sunday, October 29 | 2 p.m. | Longview Drive by the beach | $4/child

Starting by the beach, trick-or-treaters walk up Longview Drive to Buckeye Court and back. Each child collects about 50 pieces of candy or other goodies. This event is geared for the younger kids. Let them show off their Halloween costume in daylight!

As always, if you would like to volunteer to help with any Children’s Activities Committee events, or if you have any ideas or questions, please Contact Us.


Hay wagon at Hidden Valley Lake Haunted Hayride

Haunted Hayride

Saturday, October 14 | 5 p.m., non-scary rides | 7:30 p.m., scary rides | HVL Sports Complex | $3 (cash only)

It’s hard to believe summer is on the way out and fall is on the way in! Time for bonfires, pumpkin spice everything, and the 11th Annual HVL Haunted Hayride!

Non-profit child-related vendors (e.g., girl scouts, dance teams, football teams) will be on hand selling food, drinks and other goodies. To entertain folks waiting to ride, our outdoor movie screen will be showing kid-friendly Halloween shows and movies throughout the night.

This is the Children’s Activities Committee’s biggest event of the year, funding other activities throughout the year. About 1200 people from around the tri-state attend! Without all the volunteers that make this happen, we would not have such a successful event.

We hope you can join us!

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HVL Garden Club Bunco Fundraiser

Saturday, October 14 | 1 p.m. | HVL Community Room

Donation $15 — includes food and drink
Silent Auction — Raffles — Prizes

Never played Bunco? No skill or knowledge of the game is necessary. Come and learn!

Bunco is a popular game played with nine dice and a whole lot of luck. Players are paired with partners at tables of four. Bring your own partner, or we’ll find one for you. As the game progresses, players move from table to table making new friends and socializing along the way.

All funds raised enable the Garden Club to beautify our community with plants, flowers, benches, etc. See examples of our 2017 plantings.

Mark your calendars now. Join us for a grand time!

 Reservations: Jane Ulrick, 513-673-3487 or Wilma Gardiner, 812-537-5189
Or just come – no reservation needed!


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HVL Community Garage Sale

Saturday, October 7 | 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. | @ Your House

Clear out your excess stuff!

Let P.A.W.S. pick up your leftovers for their rummage sales to benefit the animal shelter.
Sponsored by the HVL Civic Club


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6 Reasons To Join the HVL Business Directory

Connect directly with HVL’s nearly 1900 households.

  1. Help potential customers find your business.
  2. Build visibility for your products or services.
  3. Help customers connect with you directly online.
  4. Take advantage of an economical marketing tool.
  5. It’s an easy e-commerce solution that works.
  6. Your competitors will be listed – you should be too!

For $50, you get a comprehensive listing including: your business name, address, contact information, social media links, map of your location and an image of your home page linking directly to your website. In the dropdown bio section, add details such as business description, photo, tag line, and special offers.

Create your new business listing in minutes with the easy online submission form and convenient credit card payment.

Join now, get the rest of 2017 plus all of 2018!

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For more information, call 812-537-3091, or email Moe Manion.


Siemer Milling Open House

Saturday, September 23 | 11 a.m. — 3 p.m.

Seimer Tour Indiana

Learn more…


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Tell a buddy. Bring a friend.

Willie’s in Hidden Valley now hiring all positions (kitchen, server, and bus)

We had a great summer, but now many of our staff are returning to their educational pursuits, and we are looking to fill these openings — prime positions, including kitchen closers and line cooks.

Great casual atmosphere, pay and benefits. Join the team at Willie’s!

Stop by and pick up an application or

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8/24/17


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Coming To Hidden Valley Lake!

Intro to Pickleball Clinics @ HVL Tennis Courts

Saturday, September 23 — 9 a.m.
Wednesday, September 27 — 6 p.m.
Times and dates may vary according to weather.
Equipment available for use at the clinics.

What is pickleball? Check it out on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PeBMSRiC4Qs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mx76adGDq6o&feature=share

Think pickleball is for seniors only?
http://www.pickleballchannel.com/Pickleball-Juniors-Nationals-2016-Highlights

Sponsored by the HVL Outdoor Activity Task Force
Tom or Linda Irwin: 812-537-9818
John Hasselbeck: 812-537-5692


Disaster & Preparedness

Create Your Emergency Plan

Preview of Episode 3 – Disaster and Preparedness: It’s Not Rocket Science

You never know when disaster will strike next, even here in Hidden Valley — fire, tornado, hazardous chemical spill, etc. Protect yourself and your family by learning about the risks now, before a disaster happens. Find out what you need to do to create an emergency plan. It’s easier than you might think.

  1. What should be included in your Emergency Plan? — A planning guide for preparing an Emergency Kit is available at www.metrokc.org.
  2. Where will you meet if you must evacuate your home? — Family members may be at school, at work, outdoors, etc. when a disaster strikes.
  3. Where is the Emergency Supply Kit and what is in it?  — Your kit should cover basic needs for 72 hours: food, water, important documents, and more. It should be portable in case evacuation is required (a backpack is a good solution.)
  4. Share your Emergency Plan with all members of your family.

Comments or questions? Please contact us.
HVL Safety, Security, and Elections Committee


September Garden of the Month

September Garden of the Month - backyard

HVL Garden Club Yard of the Month

This is the home of MaryKay and Dan Kroeger on Kathy Court. The landscaping is just beautiful and coordinates well with the style of the home. It was our pleasure to award the September’s Yard of the Month to the Kroeger’s.

A big thanks to Casey’s Outdoor Solutions for yet another $50.00 gift certificate for this month’s winning yard.

 

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Gift Certificates donated by Casey’s Outdoor Solutions & Florist.
                          Thank You for sponsoring the Yard of the Month this year!                                


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Casey’s Outdoor Solutions & Florist
Workshops & Seminars

Make & Take An Indian Corn Wreath — September 23 | 11 a.m. – noon | $25
Fun for all ages! Make your very own autumn-inspired wreath. Our instructor will guide the class on how to make an Indian Corn wreath to hang on your front door or wall. All supplies will be provided and refreshments will be served. Reservations required by September 20. 

To reserve your seat, call 812-537-3800, or register at caseysoutdoor.com/events


Lawrenceburg Public Library
September/October Events

TINY TOT TIME: TAKE ME OUT TO THE BARNYARD
Wednesdays, 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27/17
10:30 AM – North Dearborn Branch
Thursdays, 9/7, 9/14, 9/21, 9/28/17
10:30 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Join us as we read, play, and sing about farms and farm animals. For ages 12-36 months and their caregivers. Registration required.

LAUGH AND LEARN STORYTIME: TAKE ME OUT TO THE BARNYARD
Wednesdays, 9/6, 9/13, 9/20, 9/27/17
11:30 AM – North Dearborn Branch
Thursdays, 9/7, 9/14, 9/21, 9/28/17
11:30 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Learn about barnyard animals and life on the farm through stories, crafts, singing, and fun. For ages 3-6 years and their caregivers. Registration required.

BOOK CHAT: LILAC GIRLS
Monday, 9/25/17
10:30 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library

SUCCULENT TEACUP FAIRY GARDEN
Monday, 9/25/17
6:30 PM – North Dearborn Branch
For adults, registration required. 

COLOR ME CALMER
Monday, 10/2/17
6 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Come and experience the latest trend in relaxation – adult coloring books! Ages 18 and up.

FALL BROWN BAG SERIES: “GREAT MEN OF SCIENCE”
Tuesdays 10/3, 10/10, 10/17, 10/24, & 10/31/17
12 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
“Tesla”, “God Does Not Play Dice”, “Thomas A. Edison: Father of Invention”, and “The Trials of J. Robert Oppenheimer”.

TEEN ADVISORY GROUP (TAG)
Wednesday, 10/4/17
5 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library

GENEALOGY CLUB: Cemetery Records
Saturday, 10/7/17
2 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Join Genealogist Cassie B. as she teaches tips and strategies for locating valuable cemetery records and what they can tell you other than death dates.

CELTIC FIDDLING OF EMILY ANN THOMPSON
Saturday, 10/7/17
4 PM – North Dearborn Branch
Join us for live musical entertainment! Emily Ann Thompson will play Celtic, country, and bluegrass music on her fiddle.

FICTION ADDICTION: 13 REASONS WHY
Tuesday, 10/10/17
1 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Join our newly named teen book club. Our first read is 13 Reasons Why. We will discuss the book, the author, and the implications of teen suicide in our community. Presented with the assistance of CMHC, Inc. For teens in grades 7-12. Registration required.

RIVERTOWN TALES: REMEMBERING DEARBORN COUNTY VETERANS
Tuesday, 10/10/17
6 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Dearborn County men and women have answered the call to duty in defense of our country throughout history. Join us for a program of remembrance for these heroes and heroines.

LEGO MANIA!
Tuesday, 10/10/17
6:30 PM – North Dearborn Branch
Tuesday, 10/17/17
6:30 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
LEGO builders, come to the library to create a design based on a given theme.

PHYSICS FUN: MAKING THE SIMPLE COMPLEX
Wednesday, 10/11/17
2 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Join us for some Physics fun as we made the simple complex! Families will work together to combine problem solving and engineering skills to create a Rube Goldenberg style machine. Presented with the help of Kimberly Haverkos of Thomas More College. Registration required.

“KINDNESS ROCKS” PAINTING PARTY
Thursday, 10/12/17
2 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Have you seen colorful rocks hidden around town? Join us as we paint rocks to hide around the community, and learn more about the Kindness Rocks movement. Rocks donated by Casey’s Outdoor Solutions. Please register online.

VISIT WITH A HOOSIER PIONEER
Saturday, 10/14/17
1 PM – Angevine Cabin, W. High St.
Join us for a special visit from Andrew Amonett, a frontiersman of the Indiana Territory during the years 1770-1810. He’ll share day-to-day aspects of living on the frontier as well as the dangers he continually battles. All ages welcome. Inclement weather location will be the Lawrenceburg Public Library, Ewbank Meeting room.

LEARN ABOUT SPINNING!
Tuesday, 10/17/17
10 AM – North Dearborn Branch
Have you ever wondered how the pioneers spun their wool? Or wove material for clothes? The Indiana Fiber Friends will have an open meeting where visitors are welcome to watch, ask questions, and even give spinning a try.

TINY TOT TIME: STUPENDOUS STORYTELLERS
Wednesdays, 10/18, & 10/25/17
10:30 AM – North Dearborn Branch
Thursdays, 10/19, & 10/26/17
10:30 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Join us as we explore the work of popular children’s authors through reading, playing, singing, dancing, and crafts. For ages 12-36 months and their caregivers. Registration required.

LAUGH AND LEARN STORYTIME: STUPENDOUS STORYTELLERS
Wednesdays, 10/18, & 10/25/17
11:30 AM – North Dearborn Branch
Thursdays, 10/19, & 10/26/17
11:30 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Join us as we explore the work of popular children’s authors through reading, playing, singing, dancing, and crafts. For ages 3-6 years and their caregivers. Registration required.

BOOKS FOR DESSERT: THE KITCHEN HOUSE
Thursday, 10/19/17
2:30 PM – North Dearborn Branch

COFFEE & CONVERSATION
Saturday, 10/21/17
10:30 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library

PAWS FOR READING
Saturday, 10/21/17
11 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library & North Dearborn Branch
Children are invited to read aloud to a therapy dog.

DIY SATURDAY: MELT & POUR SOAP & LOTION BAR
Saturday, 10/21/17
1 PM – Lawrenceburg Public Library
Treat yourself and your skin to an all-natural soap and lotion bar. Using predetermined bases, add botanicals, high quality waxes, oils, butters, and scents to customize your own products.  Registration required.

BOOK CHAT: CADES COVE
Monday, 10/30/17
10:30 AM – Lawrenceburg Public Library

Call or check our website to register for programs.
Lawrenceburg Public Library – 812-537-2775
North Dearborn Branch – 812-637-0777
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