Community Calendar

Community Calendar


(NOTE: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, many scheduled meetings, programs, and events have been postponed or cancelled. Before attending, one should check with the status of the event, if possible.)


NEW COVID-19 DRIVE-THRU TESTING SITE – Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center in Jasper has a new COVID-19 drive-thru testing site located at the corner of 8th Avenue and Rumbach Street (formerly the Old National Bank site next to Fazoli’s). The new site replaces the drive-thru testing site previously located at the Urgent Care Center in Huntingburg. A physician/provider order and appointment time required. Drive through times are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Options for COVID-19 testing: * Memorial Urgent Care, 507 East 19th Street, Huntingburg. Patient is evaluated by a provider who determines testing and treatment. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily – Monday thru Sunday. * Memorial Hospital Emergency Department, 800 West 9th Street, Jasper. Patient is evaluated by a provider who determines testing and treatments. 24 hours/day. * Indiana State Department of Health testing site, 400 Clay Street, Jasper. Tests anyone with or without symptoms. Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. To schedule an appointment call 888 634-1116 or go to

TUE OCT 27 – TAI CHI CLASS AT  COUNTY MUSEUM – The Dubois County Museum in Jasper is hosting a Tai Chi class every Tuesday from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. in room 3 at the museum, possibly outside in the museum’s adjunct park when weather permits. To register for the class email or on

THU OCT 29 – SPOOKY STREETS AT COUNTY MUSEUM – Scheduled from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at the Dubois County Museum, 2704 North Newton Street in Jasper. Ghosts and goblins are invited to prowl the dim-lite, shadowing Main Street in the museum seeking treats from the costumed store owners as they guard their shops. Youngsters can come in costume, wear a safe mask, and be sure not to get too close to others. Other areas of the museum will be open Thursday night for further spooky viewing.

FRI OCT 30 – ART CLOTH NETWORK EXHIBIT CLOSES – The Art Cloth Network’s fiber artwork exhibit, which opened  October 1 in the Krempp at the Jasper Arts Center, will close at days end Friday. ART CLOTH is defined as cloth TRANSFORMED by adding or substracting color, line, shape, texture, value, or fiber to CREATE a compelling surface. The Krempp Galley, located in the Jasper Arts Center on the campus of the Vincennes University Jasper Center, is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday and from noon to 3 p.m. Sundays. Free admission.

FRI OCT 30 – BEETLEJUIICE AT ASTRA THEATER IN JASPER – Doors open at 6:30 p.m., curtain time at 7. Tickets are $5 for main floor and balcony seats and are being sold in blocks for 2, 3, and 4 seats to accommodate social distancing.  Movie rated PG and runs one hour and 32 minutes. Since the 2020 season was postponed, season tickets will not be honored for this showing.

MEDICAL DROP BOXES OPEN AT JASPER AND HUNTINGBURG POLICE DEPARTMENTS – The drop boxes are open 24/7 in the front lobbies of both police departments.

ALTERNATE SCREENING SITE CHANGED – Memorial Hospital’s alternate screening site has closed and the screening operations for COVID-19 have been directed to the hospital’s urgent care center located at 507 East 19th Street in Huntingburg. The center is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. seven days a week. All patients are asked to call the center at 812 683-4717 prior to their visit to receive instructions about their appointment and to pre-register. All patients experiencing COVID-19 symptoms will be separated. They may also be asked to wait in their car until they are ready to be seen by a provider. Masks are required for all visits to the center. Patients are also asked to continue practicing good hand hygiene prior to and during their visit.

COVID-19 TESTING AVAILABLE AT JASPER ARMORY – COVID-19 testing is available at the National Guard Armory in Jasper. Participants must register by appointment only at http// or by calling 888-634-1123. Individuals must be symptomatic, be a close contact of a positive case, or a symptomatic resident of congregate living settings to be eligible for testing. Participants can go to the portal and self-report their symptoms using the online screening tool. If you qualify an option will appear to register for an appointment date and time. There is no charge for testing, but if you do have private health care insurance you are asked to bring that to the testing site. One can expect to get the results within 48 hours. Optum will send a text or email to the patient if the test is negative. A phone call will be given if there is a positive test result.

CLOTH FACE MASKS STILL BEING ACCEPTED – There continues to be a need for cloth face masks and the Dubois County Health Department reminds everyone that donations of homemade cloth face masks are being accepted at the health department, located at 1187 S. St. Charles Street in Jasper. Donors can place donations in a drop box located inside the double doors Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

SWMD PROCESS CENTER PAUSING PUBLIC HOURS – Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Dubois County SWMD Process Center has paused its public hours as county services are being limited to essential business only. For safety reasons residents are being asked to hold off on bringing items to the Process Center as everyone works together to combat COVID-19. For information to discuss alternative options for your recycling and item disposal call 812 482-7865 or email The eight county residential recycling and trash sites will continue regular hours with additional safety measures in place. (for additional information see below).

RECYCLING AND DISPOSAL DROP SITES OPEN…WITH CHANGES – Until further notice Dubois County’s eight recycling and disposal drop sites will maintain regular hours with the following changes: 1. Anyone with fever, cough, or shortness of breath symptoms or those possibly having been exposed to COVID-19 are to stay off the sites. 2. Attendants will be assisting residents through window service only – public will not enter attendant buildings. 3. Anyone having recycling items that are normally handed to the attendant are asked to hold off on bringing those items until further notice. Anyone having questions about the eight sites can call 812 482-5505.

FREEDOM REINS CLASSES CANCELLED – The Freedom Reins Therapeutic Riding Center has cancelled all classes from the remainder of 2020 due to the caronavirus pandemic.  Center officials are researching ways to implement safe programs in the spring. The Freedom Reins Therapeutic Riding Center is a not-for-profit organization that seeks to improve the bodies, minds, and spirits of children and adults with disabilities through the use of horse therapy.

CELEBRATION SINGERS POSTPONE ALL REHEARSALS – Due to the uncertain circumstances surrounding the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, the Celebration Singers have postponed all rehearsals until they have been advised by authorities that it’s safe to assemble.  Anyone who is considering joining the group and would like to be added to a list to receive emails regarding any upcoming rehearsals, can send an email to  For additional information about the all-volunteer community choir go to or follow Celebration Singers on Facebook at

PFAFFENWEILER TRIP POSTPONED – The Jasper Partnership Commission and the Pfaffenweiler Partnership Commission have cooperatively made the decision to postpone the 35th Anniversary trip to Pfaffenweiler scheduled June 2020. The postponement was based on the uncertainty of the impact COVID-19 will have on international travel in the upcoming months. The trip will be rescheduled in 2021.

ATTENTION ALL NON-PROFITS IN DUBOIS COUNTY – If you, your church, school, club, or organization have a meeting or event you’d like to publicize, send the information to If possible, send the information at least one week in advance. Be sure to include all of the information. There is no charge for this community service of NewsNow Dubois County.

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