Garden Guy Charlie Stocker Gives Advice on Tomato Plants, Apple Trees, and Weeds Around Asparagus
They are good separately and even better together! Monty Skelton and Shelly Long have some performances this weekend and they stopped by Lifestyles to give us a sample.
D'Angelo shares weekend events from the Tristate and Monte Skelton
Let Your Light Shine Conference Thursday, August 28 10:00 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Vanderburgh County 4-H Center Registration 9:30 a.m. Cost $5.00 To sign up call (812) 435-5287
Dr. Noah Taylor continues our Dr. Oz Wellness Network Segment and passes along crucial information when it comes to possibly preventing and treating cancer.
Lombardi's Pizza in Henderson offers discounts to Firefighters, EMTs, Police Officers and other emergency personnel.
Nicole Schultz with the Village of Indiana helps parents and foster children transition into foster care. There's an open house August 21 at 5:30pm at 100 North Saint Joe in Evansville.
Chris Markle with Staples shares the top back-to-school gadgets for college students.
St. Meinrad's Rocksfest kicks off this weekend August 22-23 at St. Meinrad Park, it cost $5 per person per day and kids 10 and under are free.
Shanna Scheessele with Evansville's Boys and Girls Club tells us the club is holding the third annual, "Trip of a Lifetime."
Friday, September 26th Ticket sales are limited to 500 attendees. Must be 21 or over. Tickets are $60 per person and include dinner, dessert, wine sampling, and entertainment. Tickets available online only. Visit www.meskerparkzoo.com for purchase.
Embrace Your Body By Project Reveal Friday, September 5 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m 5658 Adams Ave. Evansville Downtown Haynie's Corner Art District $30 person, $50 couple Girls: Embrace Your Body Saturday, September 6 10:00 a.m.-11:30 a.m. RSVP: THEPROJECTREVEAL@GMAIL.COM
Angela Woosley with the Green River District Health Department passes along great information for guardians of teens.
The Kentucky Deer Classic will have several seminars, featured celebrity guests and games. It takes place this Saturday August 23rd in Greenville at the Muhlenberg Convention Center from 8am-4pm.
http://www.studyblue.com/online-flashcards A study app that allows you to create, search for and share study materials as well as connect with classmates and others using the app. http://smilealarm.com/ An alarm clock that you can set to require you to complete a puzzle, game or answer a question before the alarm will stop sounding.
Fix it on Lifestyles: Jeff Head Explains the Importance of Ventilation When it Comes to Roofing
The Children's Museum of Evansville is looking for entrepreneurs to participate in the Kid's Flea Market in downtown Evansville on September 13th. Kids and adults who cater to kid's needs can join the market
Rick Oakley, President of Re-Bath Southwest Indiana tells us his company's specialties and passes along useful information for homeowners who are considering remodeling or gutting their bathroom.
A Celtic concert featuring the Louisville-based four-piece Celtic band Guilderoy Byrne along with the McTeggart Irish Dancers will take the stage at Lincoln Amphitheatre for one performance on Sunday, August 17.
Claudia Lombana shares timely tips for helping parents prepare for school on a budget.
Fatima Ptacek is the 13 year old who has been the voice of Dora since 2010 and she tells us about the new series called Dora: Into the City.
Garden Guy Charlie Stocker gives great tips about common myths that are wrong when it comes to your garden.
D'Angelo Coles shares the People's Choice and Celebrity's Choice for the weekend!
Trip To College Alerts by the Indiana Youth Institute (IYI), sends three to four monthly text messages to students 13 and older to prepare them for education after high school and keep them on track through their post-secondary education. The messages have expanded to last four years after high school graduation to keep students on track through their post-secondary education. The texts often direct students to links where they can get more information.
Dr. Harmon created a smoothie using coconut milk, raw almond butter, blueberries, powdered protein, spinach, and chia seeds.
Couples Can Play a Big Part in Helping Vendors
Business Mentor Recruitment Blitz looking for volunteers to help in local classrooms.
Jennifer Chappell with the Green River District Health Department shares great tips for school readiness.
Deaconess Healthsouth says family members and those affected by Parkinson's Disease can head to the resource center Tuesdays at 5:30.
Cal Ripken Senior's sons Cal Jr and Bill are paying it forward by opening parks in underprivileged neighborhoods. Monday was Cal Ripken Senior Day and the foundation opened it's 25th park.
Tracy Zeller is embarking on her 10 year anniversary with Tracy Zeller Jewelry, so she's celebrating the stone of the month... Peridot.
Smokey Bear...not Smokey The Bear is celebrating his 70th anniversary. 96% of adults recognize Smoky, great marketing and one of the most successful PSA campaigns ever.
Laura shows us how a "Garbage Burger" is made at the Indiana State Fair, the family that makes this hails from Corydon, Indiana.
Cindy Mann explains the Children's Health Insurance Program and she say parents/guardians need to act fast when it comes to their children's safety.
D'Angelo gives the tristate's event choices!
Daybreak is in the spirit at Germania Mannechor for Volksfest!
Recipe by Personal Chef Cheryl Mochau
Junior League of Evansville is hosting "Confessions of a Shopaholic."
Staples has new and exclusive items right on time for back to school supply needs.
Mesker Park Zoo says the abnormal and cool July had awesome attendance numbers.
August is National Breastfeeding Awareness Month, Donna Whistle with the Green River District Health Department tells us the positives of breastfeeding for both the baby and mom.