Wildflower Walk at Adams Mill Oxbow Natural Area - April 18, 2015, 2 pm
Sponsored by Adams Mill Inc., this Earth Day event is scheduled for April 18 at the 71-acre site on Wildcat Creek adjacent to the historic Adams Mill and covered bridge. The guided walk is scheduled at 2 pm. Naturalists will lead the walks showcasing stream-side flowers and woodlands as well as the reforestation areas that are centrally located. At 1 pm volunteers will begin work cleaning up the grounds for the 2015 season. Kids activities will also be available.
Antique Tractor Show - May 30 & 31, 2015
The Carroll County Antique Tractor & Machinery Club will have a gathering at Adams Mill Saturday May 30 from 9 am to 5 pm and Sunday May 31 from noon until 5 pm. Saturday evening from 5-8 there will be country music entertainment. Porkburgers and home-made ice cream will be served during the day. Come see a great collection of antique equipment that was used in this area when the Mill was open for business!
Discover the Wildcat at Adams Mill! - June 6, 2015, 10 am - 4 pm
This annual event is now co-sponsored by Adams Mill, Wildcat Guardians, NICHES Land Trust, and Promoting Wildcat Valley. Free escorted canoe rides around the Oxbow at Adams Mill are featured. Food, and drinks, including desserts prepared by the Cutler Church ladies, will be available. Free Mill tours and educational displays and demonstrations about the Wildcat Valley and its natural resources are included. Photographers and plein air artists will also be on hand, working and selling items throughout the grounds. There will be also be musicians in attendance.
Community Worship Service at Adams Mill - July 19, 2015
Each year a community-wide interdenominational outdoor service is held at the Mill. The service will be at 10 am, followed by a carry-in picnic lunch. Bring chairs, table service, and a covered dish. Rain location is the Cutler Presbyterian Church. Everyone is invited!
Pork Barbeque Fundraiser Dinner - August 15, 2015
A repeat of our annual fundraising dinner will be held at the Cutler Fire Station from 4 to 7:30 pm on Saturday, August 15. Barbeque and all the trimmings--including dessert--will be featured. Adults $8 and Children under six $4. Great items will also be available for bidding by silent auction during the evening. Entertainment will be provided across the street by Don and Cherie Roberson at their Cutler Pickin' Parlor and Hillbilly Heaven.
Trolley Tour of Wildcat Valley - October 3, 2015, 10 am & 1 pm - Reservations Recommended
The old-fashioned trolley comes down from Delphi each year to take people on a tour of the old roads and stagecoach routes, old cemeteries, long-gone towns and settlements, and other historic sites in the Wildcat Valley. The tour is sponsored and organized by Promoting Wildcat Valley, a nonprofit organization that has sponsored numerous projects such as the installation of the bell from the historic Ball Hill Church at Ball Hill Cemetery west of Cutler, Indiana. Another important project was the installation of an historical marker at the former site of the Cutler School which served the community 1897 until 1958. This year's tours will take place October 3. For reservations, please call Judy Stirm at 765-564-6378. Space on the trolley is limited.
Haunted Adams Mill - October 17, 24, & 31, 2015, 6 - 10 pm
Each year around Halloween, the Mill is decorated and becomes a haunted, scary place. Hundreds of visitors come from near and far to be scared! Guided tours through the ghostly three floors of the Mill reveal many spine-tingling experiences. $6 adults; $4 children ages 4-12; under 4, free.
Outside, tractor-drawn hayrides take visitors through the haunted forest and then down to the warm campfire.
Warm drinks and other treats are available under the overhang at the front of the Mill.
This year's Haunted Mill will take place October 17, 24, and 31 from 6 to 10 pm.