Vintage Game Night
Friday, April 21, 2023; 6 PM to 8 PM
Tea Series: Victorian Tea
Sunday, April 30, 2023; 2 PM - 4PM
Are you ready for an unforgettable afternoon filled with fancy finger foods, delicious tea, and live harp music? Then come join us at the historic Charles Davis Mansion in Shelbyville, IN on Sunday, April 30, from 2 – 4 p.m. for a tea party extravaganza!
We’ve got it all: a short, informative talk, scrumptious tea sandwiches, flaky scones, and sweet treats to satisfy any sweet tooth. Plus, the talented Maevyn Stone will be serenading us with her heavenly harp music, so prepare to be wowed.
Whether you’re a tea enthusiast or just looking for an excuse to dress up and have some fun, this is the event for you. Don’t miss your chance to sip, snack, and socialize in the beautiful surroundings of the Charles Davis Mansion.
Mark Your Calendars
Upcoming Grover Events & Exhibits:
Community Treasure Series: Big Blue By Boat: "Steam-Y" Stories of Travel
Wednesday, March 22, 2023; 7 – 8 PM
Get ready to embark on a thrilling journey into the past with our upcoming event, “Big Blue By Boat: Steam-y Stories of Travel.” This presentation will showcase the remarkable story of how three inventive men brought steamboats to the scenic Big Blue River in Shelby County, turning it into a beloved leisure activity for locals for over 30 years.
Whether you’re a history buff or simply curious about this fascinating chapter in the county’s past, “Big Blue By Boat: Steam-y Stories of Travel” is an event you won’t want to miss. Join us for an unforgettable evening of education and entertainment, and experience the magic of the Big Blue River like never before.
The Orebaugh Photography- Capturing a Community in a Moment of Time
Saturday, June 17, 2023
Discover the fascinating world of photography through the lens of Shelbville’s Orebaugh studio at our upcoming exhibit. This unique and innovative experience is perfect for visitors of all ages, offering a rare glimpse into the history and artistry of early photography.
Featuring stunning images scanned from glass negatives, our exhibit showcases the Orebaughs’ incredible talent for capturing families, places, and the bustling furniture industry that once dominated our city. But that’s not all – our collection also includes a range of artifacts that highlight the photo industry, as well as interactive displays and educational activities designed to engage and inspire guests to learn more about the Orebaughs’ impact on our community.
Don’t miss this chance to step back in time and explore the rich history of photography in Shelbyville. Our exhibit is sure to spark your imagination and leave you with a newfound appreciation for the art of photography. We can’t wait to see you there!
Check back soon for dates and information about our Summer Reading Program collaboration with the Shelby County Public Library!