Calendar of events
NEW BEGINNINGS CELEBRATION!!!
Juneteenth, also know as Emancipation Day, celebrates the
ending of slavery on June 19, 1865, in one of the last
Confederate holdouts of the Civil War — Galveston, Texas.
Nearly two months after the war ended on that date, blacks
there first received official word that slavery was abolished.

After originating in Galveston, the celebration every June 19 has
slowly spread and is now officially recognized as a state
holiday or state holiday observance in 25 states. Indiana does
not recognize the day as an official state holiday, but many
events throughout the state, such as the one at Lyles Station,
commemorate the day.
Juneteenth Celebration at Lyles Station
Thursday, June 19, 2014, 11:00 am.
Lyles Station volunteers will be recognized and tours of the
Historic School & Museum will be offered.
The public is invited to attend.
BBQ dinners will be sold
Saturday, August 30,2014

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Since 1998, Lyles Station, Indiana has been the setting for the Lyles Station New Beginnings Celebration,
held each Labor Day weekend on the grounds of the Lyles Station Historic School & Museum.
This festival is a celebration of Indiana’s last remaining African-American settlement and Historic Landmark.
The New Beginnings Celebration presents a full day of activities, including:
The Day begins with a 5K Walk/Run or Stroll at 9 a.m and continues at 11:00 a.m with
  • Adult Tricycle races
  • Corn Hole Tournaments
  • Entertainment
  • Children’s games
  • Cake walks all day
  • Oasis Puppet shows
  • Fundraiser Yard Sale
  • Inflatables for the kids
  • Horse & Wagon rides
  • Tours of the Historic Lyles Station School.
  • Previews of the new log cabin

The festival is renowned for its food, featuring barbecued meats prepared on-site by the men of Lyles
Station.

The New Beginnings Celebration serves to raise awareness of the Lyles Station community as well as
raise funds for support of Lyles Station Historic School and Museum.
Glow in the Dark Easter Egg Hunt
April 11, 2014

October 3-31
Get lost in the Lyles Station
Corn Maze


Every Friday and Saturday night in October!
Bring your kids out for a night of aMAZing fun!
Get lost inside 12 acres of Indiana corn, paint pumpkins, enjoy a campfire, hot apple cider, weenies, s‘mores & mores!

Opening night! Friday, Oct 3rd
Fridays– 5:00 p.m.—8:00 p.m.
Saturdays - 1:00 p.m.. - 8:00 p.m.

Join us October 31st for a special Haunted Maze-
8:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m.
Adults 12 and up- $5
Kids 4-12 - $4
3 and under- free admission into the Maze.
Please bring cash, credit cards not accepted
Group packages available.
The public is invited to the Night Owl Easter Egg Hunt, Friday, April 11th, 7:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m. on the Lyles Station Historic
School & Museum’s grounds in Princeton, Indiana.

Bring your baskets, flashlights, and running shoes for a night of glowing fun!  Over 3,000 eggs will be hidden in the dark
of night!
Children ages 1-10 will be divided into age appropriate groups to hunt glowing eggs that will be redeemed for candy
and prizes. Teens ages 11-17, will search using only their flashlight, for special eggs that will contain candy, gift cards,
store certificates and coupons.

The Easter Bunny will be giving away a bicycle to 2 lucky owls!

This event also offers a variety of additional activities including; carnival games, face painting, a Chinese auction, crafts,
hotdog roasts and more.
Admission is $5.00 per child.

In case of inclement weather, the event will be moved to Saturday, April 12th at the same time.

Sponsored by Toyota Motor Manufacturing, Indiana

For more information, contact Lyles Station @ 812-385-2534.