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Terry Stacy, right, talks with local artist Sandy Hall. Portrait artists from in and around Hancock County convened together to for the Portrait Society of America Indiana regional Exhibit presented by Hancock County Arts in 2023. HCA will celebrate its 25th anniverary this summer.

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Arts nonprofit to celebrate 25 years

GREENFIELD – Hancock County Arts will celebrate its 25th anniversary in June with a mini Festival of Arts and Crafts.

The event is scheduled for 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. June 15 in the living alley of downtown Greenfield, 35 W. North St., Greenfield. Vendors are currently accepted for the event; to learn more or sign up, visit hancockcountyarts.org.

Yard sales expected along U.S. 40

GREENFIELD – The Historic National Road Yard Sale Days are May 29 to June 2, with the possibility of yard sales popping up along Greenfield’s Main Street and U.S. 40.

The sale route along U.S. 40 stretches 824 miles from Baltimore to St. Louis. Patricia McDaniel is organizing Indiana’s sales, which began 20 years ago. For questions, email [email protected] or call 765-478-4809.

National Trails Day June 1

NEW PALESTINE – Celebrate National Trails Day with an event along the Pennsy Trail June 1.

Pennsy Trails of Hancock County is hosting an 8 a.m. walk and ride, starting at the trailhead at 424 S. 400W., Greenfield. A scavenger hunt will be 9-11 a.m. For details and updates, visit facebook.com/PennsyTrailsofHancockCounty.