Blues, BBQ, Airplanes, Cars, and a Honey Moon with a Free Movie Happening in the Tri-State Tonight

Published 06/13 2014 04:44PM

Updated 06/13 2014 05:03PM

There's no shortage of things to do this weekend.
Starting in downtown Henderson, the W.C. Handy Blues and Barbecue Fest is in full swing.
It kicked off last weekend and runs through tomorrow. 
The festival is one of the largest free music events in the nation.   

Then in Evansville, you can catch a car cruise that starts at 5pm in downtown Evansville at the Shrinersfest. It's followed by the incredible twilight air show at 8:30PM, then the Mike Harvey Supergold  radio show live music until midnight.
Professional Wrestling will be going on from 6:00-8:00pm.

Also, what may sound like an engine that is in need of a lot of repair, is actually the way it is made to run.
Many hit-or-miss engines from around the country are popping at the Vanderburgh county 4H grounds right now at the Classic Iron Show.
The engines were used in the late 1890's for many reasons, including running early washing machines and running a pump to pull water out of creeks.
Today's display closes at 5:00pm,  but the engines will fire up again tomorrow morning at 9:00am with other sights to see, such as farm tractors dating back to the 20's and 30's.

Then there's the Spencer County Fair at the 4H Fairgrounds. 

If it's a movie you're after, little later tonight, you can catch Back to the Future at the Mt. Vernon riverfront.
The movie starts at 8:00pm.
Forever everyone, no matter where you are, there's the “Honey Moon.” It's the first full moon to fall on a Friday the 13th in June since 1919.

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