Last Updated on March 17, 2022 by Cass County Online
Lewis Cass will be on Spring Break from March 21 – April 1, 2022.
If you’re spending the week in Cass County, here are some local activities to enjoy!
SPRING BREAK CAMP
The Cass County Family YMCA offers a five-day Spring Break camp that includes swimming, movies, games and more. There’s daily and weekly pricing and it’s open to Y members and non-members. The deadline to register has been extended and you can find more info here.
The Cass County Family Y also has lots of other events and activities. You can learn more at https://casscountyymca.org.
FENCING SPARK CLUB
Cass County 4-H is hosting a Fencing Spark Club with instructor Jason Mitchell on March 21 and 22. It’s open to kids in grades 7-12. This program is coordinated by Cass County 4-H but previous membership not required. All youth are welcome. You do need to register by March 15. Find more info here.
MAKE A COLLEGE VISIT
We know, we know. It’s supposed to be a break from school. But, if you’ve never visited Logansport’s Ivy Tech campus along the Hoosier Heartland, this would be a great opportunity. If you’ve got the urge to travel, Purdue University in West Lafayette and Indiana University-Kokomo are within a short drive. You can schedule a visit through the Office of Admissions, or just drop in and explore the campus on your own.
EXPLORE THE PAST
Three floors of local history await at the Cass County Historical Museum, housed in the Jerolaman-Long Home at 10th and Market. Paintings by local artists, vintage toys, military uniforms and equipment and Native American artifacts are among the items in the museum. Check out the neighborhood grocery, an early kitchen, school and medical displays, too. The museum is open Tuesday and Thursday from 1-6 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Visit casshistory.com or Cass Co. Historical Society on Facebook for more info.
TAKE A HIKE
If you’ve never explored the local trail system, now’s your chance. The Little Turtle Waterway Trail begins at the confluence of the rivers at the west end of Melbourne Avenue and goes east, all the way to 18th Street. The Eel River Run trail connects via Fourth Street, then heads east along High Street and Race Street to Riverside Park. Cross the Cole Bridge at the northeast end of Riverside Park and take the River Bluff Trail. Head north and explore Hervey Preserve (entrance from the River Bluff Trail or off Michigan Avenue) and the Labyrinth. Take a lap around the trails at Huston Park, off of Smith Street. West of Logansport, near France Park, you can catch the Panhandle Pathway and take it to Royal Center, then, all the way to Winamac.
SEE A MOVIE
Mary Max Cinemas is offering free admission movies on Wednesday & Thursday, March 23 & 24, sponsored by ROCHESTER IRON & METAL. Doors open at 9am and the movies begin at 10 a.m. Seating is limited to the 1st 170 patrons. They also will have expanded hours each day – showtimes can be found at marymaxcinemas.com.
SEARCH FOR SPRING
The Cass County Soil and Water Conservation District is offering a special event for elementary-age kids and their families to celebrate and learn about nature on March 26 from 10 a.m. to noon. You can find more info here. You do need to pre-register by March 24.
CHECK OUT A LIBRARY
There are libraries in Logansport, Royal Center, Walton and Galveston. Check out the hours for the Logansport and Galveston Branches here. See more info about Walton-Tipton Township Public Library here and Royal Center Library here.
TAKE A TOUR
The Cass County Visitors Bureau offers a self-guided tour where you can listen to short podcasts about a variety of locations throughout downtown Logansport. Check out the Pop-Up Art and History Trail for more info.
SHOP & EAT
Like to golf? Visit Indiana has a list of Golf Courses in Cass County here.
CHECK THE CALENDAR
New events are added to CassCountyCalendar.com all the time so be sure to check often to see what’s happening!