Upcoming Events – Mark Your Calendars
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Willie’s Lower Level
$100/per table (max 8, min 1)
$12.50/pp (assigned to a table_
Friday Night, the 20th. Fried Chicken Buffet with all the “fisins”
Plan your Friday Night “EATS” at Hidden Valley Golf Club.
Enjoy a Great “ALL YOU CAN EAT” Buffet and never leave the Valley.
Kids under 10 – $7.50
Under 5, EAT FREE
The Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools is pleased to announce book bills for the 2018-2019 school year for all students in grades K-12 will be $35. This represents a reduction of $65 to over $200 for students, depending on grade. This is made possible through the generous support of the Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools Endowment.
According to Andrew Jackson, Superintendent “With the various costs for families around the beginning of the school year, the Sunman-Dearborn Community Schools Endowment is excited to provide some financial relief to parents when school starts next year.”
In addition, online payment will be part of the online registration process for next year as well.
Parents of students in grades 6-12 will still be able to purchase the optional Chromebook Protection Plan for $25.
Friday the 13th… What better than Margaritas and a Taco Bar Buffet
Friday the 13th – ALL YOU CAN EAT Taco Bar Buffet
Friday the 20th – ALL YOU CAN EAT Fried Chicken Buffet
Friday the 27th – ALL YOU CAN EAT Incredible Pulled Pork Buffet
6:00p – 9:00p
Hosted by Last Call Trivia!
Willie’s Lower Level
$100/per table (max 8, min 1)
$12.50/pp (assigned to a table)
Limit 18 tables-first come/first served
$$ CASH PRIZES $$
BRING YOUR FRIENDS OR COME ALONE – ALL ARE WELCOME
Casey’s Outdoor & Florist APRIL Event Schedule
Casey’s Great Egg Hunt
March 31st 12:00 p.m.
Fun for the entire family! Bring the kids to Casey’s for our Easter Egg Hunt where kids of all ages will have a blast searching for Easter Eggs hidden throughout our garden center. Some eggs will even special surprises hidden inside of them including two with a Golden Tickets good for $25.00 in Casey’s merchandise. Kids and adults will love petting the baby bunnies and goats. Local photographer A.J. Waltz will be taking family photos with the Easter Bunny from 11:00 am. – 2:00 p.m.
Save 30% on Easter décor and spring potted bulbs!
Registration is required. Register online at caseysoutdoor.com/events.
Grow A Living Salad Bowl
April 7th 11:00 a.m.
You don’t have to wait until summer to grow a refreshing salad! This fun and educational workshop will show you how easy it is to enjoy tender and healthy lettuces and microgreens year-round. All materials needed to create your cut and come again Living Salad Bowl are included. Complimentary refreshments will be served.
Save 15% on all seed packets and seed starting supplies.
Due to limited seating reservations are required. Reservation deadline: April 4th. Register by calling 812-537-3800 or register online at caseysoutdoor.com/events.
Cancellation Policy: Class fees are non-refundable. However, if you need to cancel your reservation, you can make arrangements to pick up your class supplies.
Wild Bird Spring Seminar
April 14th 11:00 a.m.
Our speaker will discuss nest box requirements and food preferences for bluebirds and other songbirds and what you can do to attract them to your yard. We will also discuss common and sometimes fatal mistakes made when it comes to hummingbirds.
Complimentary refreshments will be served and Save 15% on all wild bird products including nest boxes, seed/suet feeders, hummingbird feeders bird seed, and mealworms.
Due to limited seating reservations are required. Reservation deadline: April 12th. Register by calling 812-537-3800 or register online at caseysoutdoor.com/events.
Spring Fever Sign Painting Party
April 18th 6:30 p.m.Cost: $33.72 & $54.84
What happens when the instructors of The Art & Design Spot meet the garden and floral professionals of Casey’s Outdoor Solutions & Florist? They host a WOOD + PAINT workshop in a beautiful garden center, of course!
Join us at Casey’s Outdoor Solutions & Florist and create a custom, wall decor piece that is guaranteed to liven up your home this Spring. Design offerings have been curated specifically for this event – think colorful, playful, and on-trend.
This workshop offers 2 different wood sizes and each size has 3 designs to choose from.
16″ x 16″ Cost: $50.00 (+ $4.84 processing fee)
7.25″ x 16″ Cost: $30.00 (+ $3.72 processing fee)
The sign backgrounds will be pre-painted prior to the workshop. Choose from whitewash, espresso brown, metallic lavender, or metallic teal.
We provide all needed materials and instruction required to create each piece. Students come prepared to paint and have a good time, and leave the rest to us.
Due to limited seating reservations are required. Reservation deadline: April 9th. Register by calling 812-537-3800 or register online at caseysoutdoor.com/events.
Casey’s 12th Annual Customer Appreciation Day
April 28th 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Join us for a fun-filled day featuring great sales, food, live music, a bouncy house for the kids and the Kona Ice truck will be selling their delicious Hawaiian-style shaved ice! Register to win a Casey’s Outdoor Solutions $100 Gift Card and shop the area’s biggest and best pla
nt selection. Trees, shrubs, hanging baskets, annuals, perennials, and more. You won’t want to miss our FREE Bees, Birds, & Butterflies seminar at 10:00 where we will discuss how to choose plants that attract beneficial bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies. Be sure to check out our new Floral & Gift Shop! Reservations are required for the seminar. Visit caseysoutdoor.com/events to register for the seminar.
Bees, Birds, & Butterflies
April 28th 10:00 a.m.
This fun and educational seminar will take place during our Customer Appreciation Day. Our speaker will discuss how you can attract beneficial bees, hummingbirds, and butterflies to your yard and how easy it is to create a butterfly garden with just a few plants.
Complimentary refreshments will be served.
Reservations are not required to attend our Customer Appreciation Day but due to limited seating, reservations are required for this class. Reservation deadline: April 26th. Register by calling 812-537-3800 or register online at caseysoutdoor.com/events.
Breakfast for the Valley
Until weather permits, we will be open from 7:30am till noon on weekends only
This weekend’s special
Above Par Pancake Breakfast $5.50
Two fluffy buttermilk pancakes with sausage, bacon or Goetta,
topped with butter and syrup
Hidden Valley Golf Club 19th Hole Snack Bar
19775 Alpine Dr., Lawrenceburg, IN 47025
Call-ahead orders for pick-up available.
Open Saturday & Sunday at 7:30am
Civic Club Card Night
The Civic Club sponsors Card Nights the 3rd Saturday
of each month thru April 21.
Please join us for some Euchre. Hope to see you there!
Questions? Call Matt Harrison 513-532-0823.
Dead/Dying trees, Yard Waste Disposal and Traffic Safety
Trees — Dead or dying trees must come down sooner or later, and sooner is better. The cost to remove totally dead trees may be higher as tree removal services consider it dangerous to climb a dead, brittle tree. Please have potentially dangerous trees removed before they fall into the street, on your house or deck or on your neighbors’ property. Several tree services are listed in our Business Directory.
Yard Waste Disposal —The yard waste dumpster near front entrance is for residents’ convenience. Do not dump on vacant lots or in greenspace! Use the dumpster or bundle it for Rumpke (no longer than 4 feet, no heavier than 50 pounds). Please call the POA Office for special pickup.
Traffic Safety — With school now in session and days getting shorter, please remind children walking to the school bus to walk against traffic. Conversely, when on a bike, ride with traffic. Reflective clothing for your children is a great idea. You can purchase reflective belts for under $10. Drivers, please be extra vigilant when leaving the Valley in the morning!
Take the New Video Tour of HVL!
Now on the home page of our website
Visit our home page and scroll down to the new video tour of Hidden Valley Lake. Produced and narrated by Philip Krinsky Productions, the dynamic drone footage offers a spectacular birds’ eye view of our community. The tour highlights HVL’s amenities and unique features, perfectly illustrating why we say, “Life Is Good Where We Live.”
Glorious Skies Gallery
9 great photos of glorious skies over Hidden Valley Lake
See why HVL is famous for its spectacular sunsets and sunrises. All of these photos were taken by residents. Life is good where we live!
View the latest HVL Gallery!
Now Forming – HVL Birders Club
Are you interested in forming/joining a Birders (or wildlife) Club in HVL? This is a great way for beginners to learn from experienced resident birders. Activities may include:
- Bird counts and walks
- Trips to other locations
- Seminars on attracting birds to your feeders and other topics
- Building, installing, and cleaning bird houses along trails and by ponds
- Setting up a Facebook group for posting pictures and sightings
- Planting bird-friendly trees and shrubs in greenspaces
- And whatever else you would be interested in leading!
We are looking for someone willing to help lead this group!
Please contact Linda at email@example.com.
Hidden Valley Golf Club Specials
Twilight 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
$4 warm up bucket, $7 regular bucket
Call ahead for tee time availability, 812-537-5033 Dress code in effect: collared shirts, golf attire.
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Lawrenceburg Public Library
Color Me Calmer
6 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
Come and experience the latest trend in relaxation – adult coloring books! Ages 18 and up.
Brown Bag Film Series: Prohibition
Tuesdays, 4/3, 4/10, 4/17, 4/24/18
12 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
A film series about that documents the events that led to the enactment of the 18th amendment and the disastrous unintended circumstances. Also depicts life in the 1920’s and 1930’ America.
Teen Advisory Group (TAG) Meeting
Tuesday, 4/3/18 4:30 PM North Dearborn Branch
Wednesday, 4/18/18 4:30 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
What’s new with the Teen Advisory Group? Join us to find out!
2 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
Dating Those Old Photos
6:30 PM North Dearborn Branch
Bring your old photos and we’ll show you strategies for determining when the photo was taken.
Tuesday, 4/10/18 6:30 PM North Dearborn Branch
Tuesday, 4/17/18 6:30 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
Come down to the library to play with LEGOs! Play with ours, or bring your own. Creations are based on randomly selected themes each month.
Sustainable Living Through Conservation Series: Conventional Gardening to Organic
Wednesday, 4/11/18 6 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
Dearborn County Soil & Water Conservation District Dearborn County Purdue Extension, Master Gardeners presents Sustainable Living through Backyard conservation workshop series. Learn how to prepare your property for organic gardening. Registration required.
1 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
Learn to code and be creative in a fun, safe, and social environment! At our Dojo, learn skills such as building a website, creating an app or game, and explore technology! Registration required, ages 7-17.
My Brother’s Keeper
2 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
Come listen to My Brother’s Keeper, a Cincinnati based bluegrass/folk band with a contemporary sound, energetic live shows with creative musicianship and positive lyrics. Made possible through the Lawrenceburg Public Library Services and Resources Foundation. All ages welcome.
Movies & Munchies: Wonder
Tuesday, 4/17/18 6 PM North Dearborn Branch
Tuesday, 4/24/18 6 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
All ages welcome to enjoy a movie and refreshments.
Parent Café: For Parents, Led by Parents
12 PM North Dearborn Branch
A partnership program led by One Community, One Family offering café style conversations about parenting. Free meal and child care provided.
Books for Dessert: A Man Called Ove
2:30 PM North Dearborn Branch
PAWS for Reading
11 AM Lawrenceburg Public Library & North Dearborn Branch
All ages are invited to read aloud to a therapy dog.
6:30 PM Lawrenceburg Public Library
Come learn about Morningstar Investments and Value Line.
Book Chat: The Traitor’s Wife
10:30 AM Lawrenceburg Public Library