Supporting the Arts in our Community ...
Voices of Indiana: Providing advance choral instruction for singers of all ages.
Rivertown Players: The premier community theatre servicing Southeastern Indiana and surrounding communities. RTP is a non-profit corporation organized to showcase the talent of performance art in this area.
Southeastern Indiana Art Guild: A non-profit, voluntary, educational association, to foster and promote an appreciation of the fine arts in the Southeastern Indiana area and to further the efforts and studies of its members.
Southeastern Indiana Musicians Association: The Musicians Association is the one and only association that honors the talented musicians of Southeastern Indiana.
Dillsboro Arts Friendship Gallery: A place for artful conversation. Drop in to talk about beginning an art practice, or you have been creating for years and you want to talk with others that understand your struggle to find the next big idea, or the joy you feel when capturing that just right line, the light on water or in the eye of your model, whatever those ahha moments are for you. Maybe you wrote a song and want to try it out on a friendly audience. Or that short story or poem you’ve been working on is taking shape and you would like some input. And maybe, like me, you are just feeling overwhelmed with the state of the world and you want your voice through your art to be heard. Or sometimes you just need a quiet place to enjoy the feeling you get in a freshly painted, well lit space with art carefully arranged to lead your eye and spark ideas. We are creating a place for that conversation.
Carnegie Hall: The Carnegie Historic Landmarks Preservation Society is dedicated to caring for this important piece of Indiana history, respecting it and preserving it ... though not for the past, but for the future. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this unique and inspiring landmark building is offered to the marketplace for creative use and investment.
Dearborn County Historical Society: Established in 1984, the Dearborn County Historical Society is the sole repository of historical materials pertaining to all people in all times of Dearborn County's past. While the Society's mission is to preserve its collection of artifacts, photographs, documents and research materials for the education of future generations, today's visitors can enjoy Dearborn County history through the Society's exhibits, genealogical research assistance, publications and programs.
The Society is located in the historic 1818 Vance-Tousey House, home of Samuel C. Vance, the founder of Lawrenceburg. The house, set apart from its soaring spiral staircase and grand riverfront facade, is considered one of the finest examples of Federal architecture in the State of Indiana. Additionally, the Society is steward to the 1820 Angevine Log Cabin, located in the Society's Pioneer Homestead across the Street.
Hillforest Historic Foundation: A non-profit organization whose mission shall be to restore, maintain, interpret and promote Hillforest, the Aurora, Indiana home of Thomas and Sarah Gaff from 1855-1891. The Foundation provides educational programs to cultivate an appreciation of the period in Ohio River Valley history.
Lawrenceburg Public Library District: LPLD is a public library system serving the cities of Lawrenceburg and Greendale and the townships of Harrison, Jackson, Kelso, Lawrenceburg, Logan, Miller, and York. A reciprocal agreement with neighboring Aurora Public Library offers every citizen of Dearborn County the benefit of library services. The main library is located at 150 Mary Street in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. The North Dearborn Branch of LPLD is located at 25969 Dole Road; West Harrison, Indiana.