419 Commerce Drive
Richmond, IN 47374
Phone: (765) 966-6682
Fax: (765) 962-7717
Strategically situated near the borders of Indiana and Ohio, the Wayne County Fairgrounds are sought after by event organizers for its superb location amidst sprawling farmlands yet boasting a proximity to malls and commercial establishments. The amenities available in terms of parking, security and logistics are state-of-the-art which is why so many national events have taken place here. Call for further details.
The Preble County Historical Society organizes an array of family-oriented programs that reflect its vibrant community. The open-air amphitheater is administered by the Society, and is a great platform for cultural events and activities. Verdant surroundings form a picturesque backdrop to concerts, festivals, theater productions, tastings, dinners and live entertainment held here throughout the year.
The Darke County Fairgrounds plays host to what is touted to be "the largest county fair on earth", and this is certainly no exaggeration. With plenty of space for thousands of stalls, this venue is much sought after by event organizers and businessmen. The hygienic horse barns are roomy making it a perfect space to bring the kids to. Well-maintained gardens, a kids play area and a grandstand provide the necessary entertainment while often one sees a part of the grounds rented out to campers and their motor-homes.
This local community theatre strives to have the community involved in any aspect of the production of a play. Around five drama, comedy, musical, and mystery pieces are performed each year.
Built in 1983, the Fred C. Yager Stadium has been hosting major football matches since its inception. Serving as a home ground to the Miami Redhawks, the home team of the Miami University, the stadium has played host to several matches and practice sessions. The stadium is equipped with a seating capacity of 24,286, making it ideal for major events. Attending a match at this state of the art venue would surely turn out into an unforgettable experience.
The Oxford Community Arts Center is a beautiful 1850 structure which previously belonged to the Miami University. Located at the intersection on High Street and College Avenue, it has a modest area of 1 acre (0.40 hectare). Today, the facility operates a cultural and arts center for the community. Various performing and visual arts are conducted here to bring together the neighborhood people and strengthen the communal bond.