Spring craft fair set for Saturday in Brownstown
A walk-and-shop spring craft fair is set for 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at Community Church Brownstown, 117 W. Tanner St., Brownstown, and on Tanner Street.
Vendors will be selling items including paintings, flower boxes, custom painted glass, all-natural candles and melts, custom jewelry made from peacock feathers, resin art, keychains, custom water bottles, wood work, gourmet cupboard mixes, handmade crafts, clothing and hair accessories, pet beds and supplies, aroma therapy pillows, bead chains, plants, gemstone carvings, cornhole bags, cemetery flowers, home decor and children’s books.
The church’s women’s outreach missions also will selling walking tacos, hot dogs, chips, drinks and baked goods.
Temporary signals to control traffic on U.S. 31 for bridge fix
Indiana Department of Transportation contractor Force Construction Co. Inc. plans to begin work on or after Monday on a $2.4 million bridge rehabilitation project on U.S. 31 in Jackson County.
The project includes deck overlays on two bridges located approximately 4 miles south of Seymour — one over Vernon Fork Muscatatuck River and the other over a drainage ditch near Interstate 65.
Construction will occur in two phases for each bridge. Traffic will be restricted to one lane with temporary signals during construction. A 45 mph speed limit also will be in place.
Work will occur on the bridges separately, starting with the bridge over the Muscatatuck River through early August. Both bridges are expected to be complete by Oct. 31. The contract was awarded to Force in August 2021 for a total of $2,418,040.21.
All work is weather-dependent, and schedules are subject to change.
Rockford church planning JeRoCo concert Sunday
The public is invited to attend a concert at 2 p.m. Sunday at Rockford United Methodist Church, 1934 N. Ewing St., Seymour.
The concert will feature the JeRoCo band, which provides a blend of contemporary Christian, rock and country music. A freewill donation will be accepted.
Brain injury group to meet Wednesday at bank
The Tri-County Brain Injury Support Group plans to meet from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Wednesday in the meeting room at First Financial Bank, 1130 E. Tipton St., Seymour.
The group is for people living with a traumatic brain injury, stroke, brain tumor, etc. Family and friends are welcome.