Constitution Classes: Constitution Alive!
Learn more about the American Constitution by joining our local constitution host and others from your community. We will watch, study, and discuss the powerful video series with Rick Green and David Barton during these classes. You will have an opportunity to know your rights, to learn tangible action steps for preserving Liberty, and to learn the Biblical, historical, and constitutional foundation of freedom. Classes are held at the Sheridan Historical Society Museum (315 S. Main Street, Sheridan, IN 46069) from 6-8 pm for eight weeks, starting on Wednesday, March 2, 2022. These classes are entertaining, inspirational, and educational!
To R.S.V.P., text John Holmes at (765) 480-4183.
Pizza Sale Dates: 2022
For more information, call Vicki Remsen at 317-374-3654
Boxley Lecture Series
The Boxley Lecture Series, now in its sixth year of production, was founded in 2008 in the month of February to celebrate the life of Virginia abolitionist George Boxley who first settled in what became Sheridan. He built a log cabin for his family who joined him there in 1828, and besides operating a pioneer farm, he also taught school. The series of heritage and cultural programs was created in Boxley’s namesake by an alliance of the Sheridan Public Library, Sheridan Community Schools and Sheridan Historical Society to celebrate education and life-long learning.
As spring turns toward summer, animal owners bring their favorite friends under the shade trees of Sheridan Veterans Park to showcase farm animals and their babies, many readying for 4-H exhibits. Humane Society for Hamilton County brings animals that can be adopted and lemonade is available.
The Ever Ticking Clock
Sesquicentennial 2010: Entries Into The Memory Book
New residents enjoy immersing themselves in a booklet published for the Sheridan Sesquicentennial in 2010. The "Sheridan Sesquicentennial Commemorative" tracks an archive of photographs that give evidence of the community's important role in commerce in its early days. The last 50 years are more detailed in a year-by-year snapshot of happenings that plot news items. The book entry captures a new mood for growth and playful nature of Sheridan as it looks forward. The photography combines small town life with rural influences, including the spring plantings that provide local charm, the enthusiasm for schools and families, and the activities that produce the heart of many memory books.