Second Sunday Series Concert

International Polka Association with special guest Adam Gawlikowski.
July 10 @ 12:00 – 3:00 PM
Main Square

Fishing Contest

July 16 @ 8:00 – 10:00 AM

Ages 6-13

Meadows Park

Fieldhouse

 

Besides open gym and a walking track, the Fieldhouse can be rented for conventions or athletic games and practices.

Fitness Center

 

The Fitness Center boasts a variety of cardio equipment, strength training machines, and free weights with lockers and showers.

Fitness Classes

 

From Yoga to Zumba to Aerobics, fitness classes are offered for adults and led by certified instructors.

Room Rentals

 

The Lincoln Center banquet hall and rooms are perfect for showers, birthday parties, anniversaries, open houses, corporate meetings, banquets, receptions, etc.

Upcoming Events

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Join us and National Recreation and Park Association to celebrate
#RiseUpJuly during Park and Recreation Month!
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Join us and National Recreation and Park Association to celebrate
#RiseUpJuly during Park and Recreation Month!
Fri Jul 1st, 2022

Peer selected part time employee of June 2022 - Courtney C.

Rehired in April as a building supervisor (she served as a scorekeeper for us back in her high school and college days), Courtney has worked full time as the Family And Consumer Science (FACS) teacher at Highland Middle School for past 17 years. She also currently coaches soccer and basketball at the high school and middle school, respectively.

According to coworkers, “Courtney has picked up the role quickly and is very professional,” “Has quickly learned to be a great supervisor,” and “Willing to help staff out and get her hands dirty.”

Way to go, Courtney!
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Peer selected part time employee of June 2022 - Courtney C.  

Rehired in April as a building supervisor (she served as a scorekeeper for us back in her high school and college days), Courtney has worked full time as the Family And Consumer Science (FACS) teacher at Highland Middle School for past 17 years. She also currently coaches soccer and basketball at the high school and middle school, respectively.  

According to coworkers, “Courtney has picked up the role quickly and is very professional,” “Has quickly learned to be a great supervisor,” and “Willing to help staff out and get her hands dirty.” 

Way to go, Courtney!
Thu Jun 30th, 2022

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That right there is a LOCAL TOWN HERO!!!

Congrats Courts!! You’re awesome!

Congratulations keep up the good work. 😍

Congratulations Courtney

Way to go Courtney 👍❤️💯‼️😊

Congrats Courtney!

Congrats Courtney!!

Congratulations Courtney !! Good to see you.😊

Great job Courtney Condes.

Congratulations Courtney

Woot woot! 🥳 Definitely sounds like the Courtney Condes I know! Great job, Courtney! 😊

Congrats Courtney!

Way to go Court~~~~

Congrats Courtney

So proud of you, Courtney!

Wow! Congratulations, Courtney Condes

One of my favorite teachers growing up!

She’s the best!!

You are awesome! Miss seeing you!

Way to go coco!!!!

Best FACS teacher ever!

Nice work Condes

Congratulations

Yay! Congratulations! 🥰🤩

I think they made a good choice &

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Some important information we wish to share regarding the Town of Highland's festival, parade and fireworks.

The Town of Highland’s 4th of July Festival runs from Thursday June 30, 2022 through Monday July 4, 2022. You can check out the entertainment schedule by checking www.highland.in.gov.
There are no pets allowed at the festival (service animals are allowed.) No coolers will be allowed into the park and outside alcohol is prohibited from being brought into the park as well. Also, you will not be allowed to exit the park with any alcoholic beverages. You may not ride your bicycles in the park.
During the operating hours of the festival, Highway Avenue will be closed off between 5th Street and Delaware Street. This area will be designated for handicapped parking (except during the parade.)

The entire park will be fenced in and there will be four entrances that people may use to enter the park. All entrances will be staffed by a Highland Police Officer.
1. Corner of Ridge Road & 5th Street
2. Corner of Highway Avenue & 5th Street
3. Corner of Highway Avenue & Delaware Street
4. South Side of the Main Square Parking Lot

The parade is on Sunday July 3rd. It kicks off with the All American Mile run at 6:30pm. This one mile run starts from 40th and Kennedy Avenue and ends at Main Square. The parade participants stage at various locations including: St. James Church, Calvary Baptist Church, and several side streets around Merkley School. The official starting point of the parade is at Kennedy Avenue and 42nd/Hart Road. Therefore, for best viewing, you should be north of Kennedy and 42nd/Hart Road in order for you to see everything. The Town of Highland viewing trailer will be in the parking lot of Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance at Kennedy Avenue and Lincoln Street this year, not on Highway Avenue at Main Square.
The parade “quiet zone” will be from Kennedy/Hart to Kennedy/Wicker. The rest of the parade route from Kennedy/Wicker to the end of the parade route at Main Square will allow sirens and horns.
Please note: Highway Avenue (between Kennedy Avenue and Delaware Street) will be closed to any parking beginning at 2pm on Sunday July 3rd in order to set up for the parade. Any cars still parked after 2pm will be towed.

Fireworks are scheduled for Monday July 4th at 9:00pm. Fireworks are set off from the north end of Homestead Park. Bring your lawn chairs and view the fireworks from Homestead Park or from the softballs fields at the Sharp Athletic Complex. No alcohol is allowed in the park and individuals are not allowed to bring in or discharge any fireworks in the park.

We wish everyone a safe and Happy 4th of July!
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What are the rules for the kiddie parade?

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Lincoln Community Center Holiday Hours:
Sunday, July 3: 7am-11am (Fitness Center & Track only)
Monday, July 4: CLOSED
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Lincoln Community Center Holiday Hours:
Sunday, July 3: 7am-11am (Fitness Center & Track only)
Monday, July 4: CLOSED
Thu Jun 30th, 2022

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Register and pay with a credit card for fitness classes, sports, education, special events, and more.

Fitness Center

Members are entitled to 10% off on select group fitness classes. Personal trainers are available as well.

Notice: HPRD programs and facilities are available to all citizens regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. Reasonable accommodations may be requested to provide participation in desired programs and activities. If you have a disability condition and would like more information and support for accessibility of programs and facilities, contact the Superintendent for Parks and Recreation at 219-838-0114. Regulations of the U.S. Department of Interior strictly prohibit unlawful discrimination in departmental Federally Assisted Programs. Any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against in any program, activity, or facility operated by a recipient of Federal Assistance should write to: Director, Equal Opportunity Program, National Park Service, P.O. Box 37127, Washington, D.C. 20013.

 

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