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Saturday, Sept. 15

Shredding Day

Three drop-off options. Shred truck for paper documents. St. Vincent DePaul for clothing donations. Lions Club for eye glasses donations. From 9 a.m. to noon. Neidhard-Minges Funeral Home, 10385 New Haven Road, Harrison; www.neidhardminges.com.

Sunday, Sept. 16

Eat ’til you bust

All you can eat breakfast from 8 a.m. until noon at American Legion Post No. 199, 10700 Campbell Road, Harrison. Eggs, bacon, sausage, potatoes, pancakes, coffee, milk, juice, biscuits, gravy and more.  $8 per adult, $5 for kids 12 and under.  Best breakfast in town. 

Monday, Sept. 17

Color Me Calm

Relax and enjoy the stress-relieving benefits of coloring at 7 p.m. at the Harrison Branch Library. Coloring pages and supplies will be supplied. Registration is available by calling 513-369-4442 or by visiting cincinnatilibrary.evanced.info/signup, but not required.

Thursday, Sept. 20

All about the cabin

The  Crosby Township Historical Society will meet at 6 p.m at the passmore log cabin for their annual picnic, and to celebratie the memory of the dedication of the cabin 15 years ago in 2003  to the residents of Crosby  Township in memory of the  pioneers who settled the  area. The cabin,  built about 1815, was donated to the township historical society. The event includes a speaker and entertainment. Guests are 

welcomed.  All food will be provided by c.t.h.s.

Bring drinks and chairs. For more information, call 1-513-367-9671,  or 1-513-367-2186 

Friday, Sept. 21

Music bingo

Music bingo/bar style/karaoke from 8 p.m. until midnight at the  American Legion, 10700 Campbell Road, Harrison

Saturday, Sept. 22

Farmers market

Tractor Supply Company, Harrison​,  invites all local growers, crafters and artisans to showcase their homemade and homegrown goods at its fall Farmers Market. Vendors will be able to sell their goods, free of charge, in areas near the Tractor Supply storefront. Nonprofit organizations and food trucks are also encouraged to register. All vendors participating in this event will be responsible for complying with local and state ordinances.

Vendors can register at TSCEventPartners.com or by contacting the Harrison​ store. Vendor registration closes Wednesday, Sept. 19.

Tuesday, Sept. 26

Night of gaming

Harrison Board of Gaming! Join us for a night of gaming at 6 p.m., Harrison Branch Library. We’ll have a bunch of different video games and tabletop games here already, or feel free to bring something of your own to play instead. Registration is available by calling 513-369-4442 or by visiting cincinnatilibrary.evanced.info/signup, but not required.

Saturday, Sept. 29

Tales to Trails

Read a story to our furry friend Peaches, a certified therapy dog, starting at 10:30 a.m.! Registration is required. Call Harrison Branch Library at 513-369-4442 to sign up for a ten minute session with Peaches. For ages 5-12.

Sunday, Sept. 30

Shaker history

White Water Shaker Village, 11813 Oxford Road, Harrison. See a horse-drawn school bus, and learn about the Shaker school and daily life at White Water. From 

2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Free to the public.

Thursday, Oct. 4

Old friends meet

Time for Old Friends & Bright Beginnings. Meet at 11:30 A.M. at Dearborn Hills United Methodist Church, Bright. Time for roast beef and  mashed potatoes, plus all the goodies. Program presented by the Dearborn County Historical Society. They will enlighten us with the history of Bright. Devotional guide  Irene Estes will remind us that the coming of  winter, and all that has gone before, gives peace to the present so we can look to the future with understanding and hope. Call reservations: 812-637-3993. Shirley Greene also awaits your reservations at 812-637-0044. Reserve ASAP for accurate count.

Friday, Oct. 5

Family Feud

Last Call, Family Feud. Starts at 7 p.m. Amvets Post No. 13, located at 515 S. State St., W. Harrison, IN 47060.

Free and open too public.  1- 812-637-2024.

Ongoing

Shaker Farms garden committe members have toured gardens, and the winners will be honored Sept. 26 at the Beautification Awards Program and Reception.

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The Governor Othniel Looker Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution meet on the first Saturday monthly at the Harrison Family Diner at 10 a.m. 

The group does a lot of historical preservation and activities around Harrison, Cleves and North Bend.  All are welcome.

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Bike and Jeep Sundays have begun at Cabana on the Whitewater, Harrison VFW Post 7570, at  9160 Lawrenceburg Road, Harrison. Cabana opens at 1 p.m.

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Harrison Historical Society Museum, 115 N. Walnut St., Harrison, is open the second and fourth Thursdays monthly from 1-3 p.m. The historic Looker Home, 10580 Marvin Road, Harrison, is open the fourth Saturday May through October from 2-4 p.m.

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Great Parks is celebrating special days with free entry for all into Great Parks! Guests can experience 78 miles of trails, over 17,500 acres of natural habitat and wildlife, lakes and river access, playgrounds, dog parks, golf courses and so much more. Free entry dates:  Sept. 29, 30 -Great Outdoor Weekend; Nov. 23  - Opt Outside (Black Friday; Dec. 25 - Winter Hollydays; Jan. 1, 2019  - Happy New Year. Great Parks of Hamilton County’s mission is to protect natural resources and provide outdoor education and recreation. For additional information, visit www.greatparks.org or call 513-521-7275.

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