Franklin County Indiana has many yearly festivals & special events you don’t want to miss!
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Always the last Saturday in June. Chicken frying and music on Friday night and Saturday the Canoe Races!
The biggest little German festival in Indiana! Always the third weekend of July.
Two day celebration of traditional American music along the Whitewater Canal, Saturday and Sunday of Labor Day weekend in Metamora.
Always the first weekend in September. Annual festival includes fun for the entire family.
Always the last week in September (Thursday through Sunday.) Featuring corn shredding, tractor games, steam engines and much more!
Canal Days is a three-day festival beginning the first Friday in October. This event is the primary fundraiser for Historic Metamora, Inc.
A frightful night of ghost and ghouls as you wander around the village of Metamora.
First weekend following Thanksgiving. Lanterns line the canal, luminaries light the pathways and decorations are a plenty throughout the entire village of Metamora.
Santa arrives in downtown Brookville. Come out for all the holiday fun!
Enjoy all the sights, scents and sounds of Christmas in our country store. Visit us beginning the day after Thanksgiving and select your own real Christmas tree.
Every April. Franklin County Antique Machinery Club will have its Annual Swap Meet at the Franklin County Fairgrounds.
Always conducted the Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend at 2pm. Honor and remember past and present soldiers.
Always the first Saturday and Sunday of June. Start the summer with sweet strawberry shortcake.
Brookville Main Street is the place to be on weekends. Newly revitalized with curbs, sidewalks and streetscapes. Once a month this organization has a program to entertain the locals and visitors. Click here for events schedule Click here for Chicken Tr …
May through October. Check out the dates for this year's cookouts at the Brookville IGA!
Live entertainment venue at the west end of Metamora, March to November.