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.

Discover Roanoke 10K/5K & 1 mile kids fun run

Sat, April 13 - Sat, April 13, 2019

Bring family and friends to the start/finish line for pre and post race festivities.

All information about this event can be found by clicking the link below

http://www.onturfsports.com/Runners/10k-5kRun-Walk.htm#Menu

Exact Cash or check payable to OnTurf Sports LLC for $25 for 10k and 5k or $7 for the 1 mile event will be accepted.

The event is sponsored by the Roanoke Chamber and local businesses benefitting the Roanoke Elementary PTO.

Derby Day in Roanoke

Sat, May 4 - Sat, May 4, 2019

A nod to the Kentucky Derby! Wear your silliest, sweetest or most beautiful hat to Roanoke to enjoy discounts at the local shops and restaurants. 

Springtime in the Village

Sat, May 18 - Sat, May 18, 2019

Town-wide garage sales and a hog roast hosted by the Roanoke Volunteer Fire Department to raise funds for equipment.

Friday Night Street Fair | JUNE

Fri, June 7 - Fri, June 7, 2019

A summertime famly fun on Roanoke's downtown Main Street. Live music, fun and games, and dinner outside from the grills. 

Firework Display

Thu, July 4 - Thu, July 4, 2019

Celebrate the 4th with us! On July 4th, from 7-9 pm at Roanoke Park we'll have activities for the kids as well as food vendors selling sandwiches, kettle corn, pop and bake sale goods. The firework display starts at dusk.

Friday Night Street Fair | JULY

Fri, July 5 - Fri, July 5, 2019

Celebrate the true meaning of community in Roanoke! Join us on Main Street for fun & games for the kids, live music by Expanding Man, and dinner outside from the grills. Tonight, the kids meet at Moose & Mollie's at 7:30 pm with their decorated bikes, scooters and strollers for a patriotic parade down Main Street! All kids are welcome to join in on the fun! All parade participants are entered into a drawing to win a grand prize!
Food from the grill available from Joseph Decuis, Moose and Mollie's and The Village Inn.

Sponsored by Moose and Mollie's Cafe and Gelato

Farmers’ Market July

Sat, July 6 - Sat, July 6, 2019

The Roanoke Farmers' Market is held each Saturday morning from July 6th to September 7th. The Roanoke Downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1 pm as volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings. Local 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 enjoy while shopping or 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. 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 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. 

Farmers’ Market July

Sat, July 20 - Sat, July 20, 2019

The Roanoke Farmers' Market is held each Saturday morning from July 6th to September 7th. The Roanoke Downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1 pm as volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings. Local 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 enjoy while shopping or 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. 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 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. 

Farmers’ Market July

Sat, July 27 - Sat, July 27, 2019

The Roanoke Farmers' Market is held each Saturday morning from July 6th to September 7th. The Roanoke Downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1 pm as volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings. Local 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 enjoy while shopping or 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. 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 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. 

Friday Night Street Fair | AUGUST

Fri, August 2 - Fri, August 2, 2019

A summertime family evening filled with live music, great food, fun and activities. Tonight our theme is Taste of Roanoke! Come and enjoy spectacular food from local restaurants and churches. 

Farmers’ Market August

Sat, August 3 - Sat, August 3, 2019

The Roanoke Farmers' Market is held each Saturday morning from July 6th to September 7th. The Roanoke Downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1 pm as volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings. Local 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 enjoy while shopping or 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. 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 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. 

Farmers’ Market August

Sat, August 10 - Sat, August 10, 2019

The Roanoke Farmers' Market is held each Saturday morning from July 6th to September 7th. The Roanoke Downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1 pm as volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings. Local 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 enjoy while shopping or 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. 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 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. 

Farmers’ Market August

Sat, August 17 - Sat, August 17, 2019

The Roanoke Farmers' Market is held each Saturday morning from July 6th to September 7th. The Roanoke Downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1 pm as volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings. Local 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 enjoy while shopping or 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. 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 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. 

Farmers’ Market August

Sat, August 24 - Sat, August 24, 2019

The Roanoke Farmers' Market is held each Saturday morning from July 6th to September 7th. The Roanoke Downtown block of Main Street is closed off from 9 am to 1 pm as volunteers from the community help to line the streets with Amish made carts topped with gaily colored striped awnings. Local 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 enjoy while shopping or 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. 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 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.