Community Calendar

Each year we have many events that occur in our small town we would love for you to join us for one or more.

Friday Night Street Fair July

Fri, July 6 - Fri, July 6, 2018

Family Fun with games food and a patriotic pararde for the kids on Main Street, bring your trikes, bikes, strollers, or whatever decorated in red white and blue.

At 7:30 the kids should meet in front of Moose And Mollies to participate in the parade after the fun continues until 9 o'clock.

Sponsored by Moose and Mollies

Farmers Market july

Sat, July 7 - Sat, July 7, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Farmers Market July

Sat, July 14 - Sat, July 14, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market. David Doud brings his juicy peaches, crisp apples and award-winning apple cider as the season goes on.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Rolling into Roanoke Car Show

Sat, July 21 - Sat, July 21, 2018

Rolling into Roanoke is set to be more than just a car show. With food vendors, music, shopping, and all-day prizes and games, even non-car enthusiasts will find reason to attend. This year they will be featuring European sports cars and race cars, European vintage and classic motorcycles, and Cafe race bikes.

Indiana's premier car show - not to be missed over 350 cars on display

More information can be found at www.rollingintoroanoke.com

Sponsored by Roanoke Beautification Foundation

Farmers Market july

Sat, July 28 - Sat, July 28, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Roanoke Friday Night Street Fair Aug

Fri, August 3 - Fri, August 3, 2018

The theme is Family Game Night; there will be live music fun games and dinner from the grills of local businesses

Sponsored by Moose and Mollies

Farmers Market aug

Sat, August 4 - Sat, August 4, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Farmers Market aug

Sat, August 11 - Sat, August 11, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Farmer’s Market aug

Sat, August 18 - Sat, August 18, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Farmer’s Market aug

Sat, August 25 - Sat, August 25, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Taste of Roanoke

Sat, August 25 - Sat, August 25, 2018

Come on down to Main Street for a Block party with live music and great food from local businesses.

Farmer’s Market sept

Sat, September 1 - Sat, September 1, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.

Farmer’s Market sept

Sat, September 8 - Sat, September 8, 2018

On Saturdays during the summer, the downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1pm, volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings and vendors arrive with farm fresh produce, plants, crafts and baked goods for sale.

Visitors and residents stroll along the street filling their bags, chatting with friends and neighbors and enjoying the summer mornings. There are breakfast items to munch on while shopping or a lunch enjoyed early and plenty of farm fresh veggies to take home for later. The produce varies as the summer progresses with both heirloom and more familiar varieties but all are locally grown. By the end of July the carts and tables overflow with plump ripe tomatoes, squash, onions, potatoes, beans, and more – not forgetting the first of the mouthwatering fresh Indiana corn on the cob. And don’t forget the fruit for a balanced diet! Fresh from the vine raspberries and blackberries and true blue blueberries grace the market.

Local merchants jump in with yummy goodies. Grandma Sue has her pies for sale in seventeen different flavors and her home-made noodles; La Dolce Vita offers crepes alfresco or gooey cinnamon rolls, roasted veggie salads and delicious treats; Joseph Decuis bakes baguettes hot from the oven and their Emporium café starts serving lunch at 11:00 a.m.; and it’s never too early to enjoy an ice cream cone or dish of gelato from Moose & Mollie’s.