Easter Egg Hunts & Parties | Lafayette & West Lafayette | 2017

Easter Egg Hunts & Parties | Lafayette & West Lafayette | 2017

Easter Fun | 2017 With Easter quickly approaching The Romanski Group thought we’d share some popular egg hunting locations that are either free OR benefit a local charity/non-profit. Region 12 ABATE Easter Egg Hunt Where: Riley VFW grounds (on Indiana 159) When: Saturday, April 2nd at 1:30pm What: Chance to win a bicycle, age group egg hunts, motorcycle adventure, food/drink available, and Easter Bunny Who: Up to 12 years old Cost: FREE (donations appreciated) Registration: Not required More info: dhawkins9@yahoo.com or call (812) 877-1676 Easter Party Where: Wolf Park – 4004 E 800 N, Battle Ground IN 47920 When: Saturday, April 8 from 1-5pm What: Egg Hunt for the wolves & separate egg hunt for children Who: all ages Cost: FREE Registration: not required Flora Egg Drop Where: Carrol JR/SR High Football Field (2362 IN 18) When: Saturday, April 8 from 12 – 2:30pm What: “Bring the whole family to see skydivers drop Easter eggs onto the Carrol JR/SR High Football Field! Over 32,000 eggs will be filled with candy! Concessions will be available and door prizes will be given away!” Learn More HERE! Who: kids up to 12 years old Cost: FREE Registration: starts at noon *Brought to you by New Hope Community Church Kokomo Egg Drop Where: Kokomo Municipal Stadium – 400 S. Union St. Kokomo, IN 46901 When: Sunday, April 9 from 4pm – ? What: “Bring the whole family to see skydivers drop Easter eggs onto Kokomo Municipal Stadium! The Egg Drop is a FREE Easter Egg Hunt open to our community for kids up to 11 years old. More than 20,000 Easter Eggs will be filled with candy. Concessions will be available and door...
St. Patrick’s Day in Lafayette | Events, Parades, Music and Green Beer

St. Patrick’s Day in Lafayette | Events, Parades, Music and Green Beer

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in Lafayette!  What’s St. Patrick’s Day in Lafayette without Irish parades, corned beef and cabbage, green beer, green rivers and your shamrock shirt?!  Whether you have Irish roots or not, The Romanski Group has compiled a list of local Lafayette and West Lafayette St. Patty’s Day events, parades, parties, concerts and green beer locations so you can celebrate with family and friends! St. Patrick’s Day Parade – West Lafayette, IN Saturday, March 11th, 2017 Parade starts at 11am at Riehle Plaza. Celebration follows with live music and door prizes and Nine Irish Brothers West Lafayette location  (119 Howard Avenue, West Lafayette IN 47906) Nine Irish Brothers St. Patrick’s Day Celebration – Lafayette, IN Friday, March 17th, 2017 3520 St. Rd. 38 E, Lafayette IN 47905 Nine Irish will be serving premium Irish food and spirits, with Irish favorites such as Guinness Stew, Shepherd’s Pie, and Fish & Chips. Well-behaved patrons of all ages are welcome from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., unless circumstances prohibit minors (e.g. large, rowdy bands).  They will be featuring live Irish entertainment. Knickerbocker Saloon Presents: St. Patty’s Party Friday, March 17th, 2017 – Starting at 9pm 113 N 5th St., Lafayette IN 47901 Music, fun and festivities Lafayette Theater Presents: St. Patrick’s Day “Green Thing” Friday, March 17th, 2017 – Starting at 9pm Tickets: Event Brite 600 Main St., Lafayette IN 47901 The Graciously Departed will play 2 full sets in the tradition of the Grateful Dead Chumley’s Friday, March 17th, 2017 122 N. 3rd St., Lafayette IN 47901 Green domestic beer, $4 pints of Guinness & more!  Kathy’s Candies 611 Main Street, Lafayette IN 47901...
The Peach Truck to visit Lafayette!

The Peach Truck to visit Lafayette!

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Millions of Peaches, Peaches for Me!   Beginning in late June, The Peach Truck will begin their Freestone Peach tour through several states including Indiana.  These Freestone Georgia peaches will be available by the 1/2 Bushel (25 lb.) box. The Peach Truck from Georgia will make it’s way to Lafayette, Indiana on two separate dates in June and July!  These peaches are about as fresh as you can find (except for maybe off of your own tree) and are within 3 days of being picked.  The owners say that often times the peaches you buy in a grocery store could be up to 3 weeks to a month having been taken off of a tree. Lafayette Area Dates and Location: Tuesday, June 28th – and – Tuesday, July 19th Available from 8:00 am – 9:30 am at: Bennett’s Greenhouse – 3651 McCarty Ln Lafayette, Indiana   Can’t make those dates….there are also several other Indiana locations that you can select from or you can also order online.  Whether you enjoy peaches for eating, baking, canning, or freezing, these fresh Georgia peaches are sure to please.  Check out some recipes here.  ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~   Why choose The Romanski Group with Keller Williams Realty for your home buying and selling needs?  We take a different approach to real estate; one built upon personal touch, win-win philosophy and positive results.  Our team is comprised of dedicated professionals specializing in each phase of real estate.  In addition, our extensive knowledge of the Lafayette and West Lafayette areas near Purdue University and surrounding communities including Carroll, Clinton, White, Warren, Benton and Howard counties, allows our team to serve you the best.  Give us a call...
Laugh. Give. Save a kid.

Laugh. Give. Save a kid.

Laugh. Give. Save a kid.   It’s RED NOSE DAY and The Romanski Group is making a difference to fight poverty for kids in our community!  Thank you to all of our clients that bought or sold a home with our team in May, 2016, we helped make a difference by making a donation on your behalf to Family Promise of Greater Lafayette.   You can help too!  Did you know that Family Promise of Greater Lafayette provides food, shelter and furnishings for families and children in need in our Greater Lafayette Indiana community!     What is Red Nose Day? People across the country are wearing Red Noses on May 26th, 2016 and having FUN-raisers all to help kids who need it most.  It’s funny. And fun. Sharing a laugh brings people together.  Red Nose Day is on a mission to lift kids out of poverty and has raised over $1 billion globally in the last 25 years.   Why choose The Romanski Group with Keller Williams Realty for your home buying and selling needs?  We take a different approach to real estate; one built upon personal touch, win-win philosophy and positive results.  Our team is comprised of dedicated professionals specializing in each phase of real estate.  In addition, our extensive knowledge of the Lafayette and West Lafayette areas and surrounding communities including Carroll, Clinton, White, Warren, Benton and Howard counties, allows our team to serve you the best.  Give us a call (765) 293.9300 or begin your home search...
Feast of the Hunter’s Moon!

Feast of the Hunter’s Moon!

Join us for the 48th annual Feast of the Hunters’ Moon on October 3rd and 4th, 2015 at Historic Fort Ouiatenon Park near West Lafayette, Indiana. Visit Historic Fort Ouiatenon Park on the banks of the Wabash River for Feast of the Hunters’ Moon, a recreation of the annual fall gathering of the French and Native Americans that took place near this fur-trading outpost in the mid-1700s. Thousands of people gather to reenact the event creating a feast for your senses.  Smell of the wood smoke, hear the report of the rifles, savor authentic food and more.  It is held annually in early autumn on the banks of the Wabash River in Tippecanoe County, four miles southwest of West Lafayette, Indiana near Purdue University on October 3rd – 4th, 2015.   Why choose The Romanski Group with Keller Williams Realty for your home buying and selling needs?  We take a different approach to real estate; one built upon personal touch, win-win philosophy and positive results.  Our team is comprised of dedicated professionals specializing in each phase of real estate. In addition, our extensive knowledge of the Lafayette and West Lafayette areas and surrounding communities allows our team to serve you the best.  Give us a call (765) 404.5095 or visit us online to get started!  Begin your home search now:  www.RomanskiGroup.com Find Your Home’s Value...
What’s Happening in Greater Lafayette – September!

What’s Happening in Greater Lafayette – September!

Lafayette and West Lafayette are known for our diverse communities and great outdoor life!  Football, festivals, farmers markets and food –  it’s time for kickoff this fall with all of these great activities in September throughout Greater Lafayette!  Check out what’s happening in Greater Lafayette this month…   Saturday, September 19th, 7 am-6 pm – Apple Popcorn Festival Enjoy sweet kettle corn and apples with homemade caramel sauce at the Brookston – Apple Popcorn Festival!  2015 will be the 37th annual Brookston Apple Popcorn Festival.  It is scheduled for Saturday, September 19th, 7 am-6 pm.  It is a free event.  Located between Lafayette and Monticello Indiana on State Road 43.  The festival also includes yard sales galore throughout the town of Brookston, over 200 craft booths, contests including apple bobbing, a pancake and sausage breakfast at the firehouse, family entertainment on the stage or cheer on the competitors in the annual Dottie Smith Men’s Leg Contest. There is also a 5K and a 10K run, nail driving, bubble gum blowing contest, pizza eating contest and more!  Enjoy tasty apple treats, popcorn, and a variety of other food options as you take in the sounds and smells at this family-friendly event. Saturday, September 19th and 26th – Lafayette Farmers Market Get your pick of fresh produce, baked goods, dairy products, plants and other unique offerings during our Market on Saturday mornings. Find local specialties that will help sustain our growers!  Enjoy special activities sure to liven up your morning! Come and visit downtown Lafayette every Saturday in September and October from 7:30 AM to 12:30 PM. Location: Lafayette Farmers Market, 100...