Posts tagged with ‘history’

  • We Demolished a Bridge…

    Well, part of one.  Because of the construction of the new Milton Madison Bridge that spans the Ohio River, the…

    by Visit Madison
  • Long Live the Queens

    There is something magic that happens on Madison’s riverfront during the summer season – the return of the Queen of…

    by Visit Madison
  • School’s Out, What’s there to do?

    Sound familiar?  There are couple of opportunities in June for you to keep the kids amused for a couple of…

    by Visit Madison
  • Lanier Civil War Days

    Experience the life and culture of Civil War-era Madison, Ind., during Lanier Civil War Days on June 15 and 16…

    by Visit Madison
  • Kids on School Break?

    Are you trying to find fun things to keep the kids occupied during Spring Break?  The City of Madison, local…

    by Visit Madison
  • Celebrate Your Irish

    Madison celebrates its Irish roots with a downtown St. Paddy’s Party on March 15, 2013 from 5 to 9pm.  In…

    by Visit Madison
  • Madison Goes National

    About a year ago, a local citizen was trolling the National Park Service website and noticed some really wonderful communities…

    by Visit Madison
  • Do you know a child with a big imagination?

    This Christmas season, give that child an opportunity to imagine himself or herself living in Victorian times. That Victorian Christmas…

    by Visit Madison
  • Nights Before Christmas Candlelight Tour Of Homes

    Nights Before Christmas Candlelight Tour of Homes will be held November 23, 24, 30 and December 1 in historic Madison,…

    by Visit Madison
  • Claims to Fame

    Last weekend, my husband and I attended the musical  “When Jenny Lind Came to Town” in the Fitzgibbon Recital Hall…

    by Visit Madison