Sheridan Historical Society museum docents Laura Stapleton and Brenda Bush are ready to tell you all about George Boxley and his famous 1829 frontier cabin located in Veterans Park and situated on what some claim is the highest spot in Hamilton County.
Sheridan Historical Society museum docents Laura Stapleton and Brenda Bush are ready to tell you all about George Boxley and his famous 1829 frontier cabin located in Veterans Park and situated on what some claim is the highest spot in Hamilton County.
Ice Cream Party in Sheridan!
I scream. You Scream. We all scream for ice cream. If you like ice cream on an early fall evening, we have got a great deal for you. The Sheridan Historical Society is having a fundraising event this Saturday, Sept. 19, on the grounds of the Boxley Cabin in Veterans Park from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. The park is located on the north end of town at Main and First Streets. Parking is available on the street or at the park.
The Society has decided we need a break from the tedious/exciting lives we lead these days, so we are offering a generous helping of ice cream with a variety toppings for free. But donations are very, VERY welcome.
And we will have live entertainment, too. The Thorntown Backporch Pickers will play a variety of bluegrass tunes for your pleasure and we will also have the Scarlet Mask Vigilance Society, which is a western action shooting and re-enactment group, on site to provide some additional live and lively entertainment.
So, please bring your lawn chairs, something to drink and your ice cream appetite to Boxley Cabin in beautiful uptown Sheridan. The weather is predicted to be clear but a bit chilly on Saturday so you might want to bring a heavy jacket or hoodie and maybe even a blanket or two.
And, as already noted, the ice cream is free, but donations are welcome. Won’t you join us for a fun evening?