THE MAP IS OUT: DECEMBER 2014!

Dec 03

Here it is, for your viewing and planning pleasure! Note: there will be printed copies available at the Information Mailbox at the corner of Main and Walnut streets as well as at each participating location, so there’s no need to print one for yourself. Unless you want to, of course. Locations with Christmas bulbs are participants in the “Walking in a...

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Event Schedule: December 2014 Hometown Holiday

Dec 03

Boy oh boy do we have a jam-packed hometown holiday prepared for you! There will be TONS to see and do on Friday the 5th, so check out just a sampling of the things you’ll find to help celebrate the season in Kokomo (hint: it involves that big red-suited guy): Lighting Ceremony: The festivities kick-off at the Courthouse lawn with the annual lighting ceremony...

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Kokomo’s Hometown Holiday: December 5 from 5:30-9!

Nov 21

Santa Claus is comin’ to town! (On December 5th from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.) December’s First Friday is kicking off the holiday season with a magical evening filled with a lighting ceremony, caroling and a holiday parade to the historic train depot where Santa will be waiting. Additionally, children will be invited to complete wooden crafts in the depot...

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Thanks for solving the mystery!

Nov 21

Greetings, First Friday fans! Thank you to all who attended the last First Friday’s Murder Mystery Game. This year’s Murder Mystery was the first of many in the future. We hope you enjoyed investigating downtown Kokomo with your friends and family. We love that people are STILL talking about how fun the game was! Special thanks to: Captain Kevin Summers...

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Downtown Murder Mystery is Solved!

Nov 08

Each of the suspects’ alibis has been confirmed…except one! By eliminating all of the other suspects, Joe’s murderer has been identified! It was… The Socialite with the Kokomo Brick! Earlier this evening, the Howard Masonic Lodge hosted an art gala where the “who’s who” of the community purchased art, dined, and danced.  Joe took a local socialite...

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