41st annual 4th Street Fair in Richmond, Indiana
Hosted by Ivy Tech Richmond &
Senior Opportunities Services

Richmond's Oldest
Street Festival

October 1 & 2, 2022

10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Celebrating a 41 year tradition on South 4th Street with more for the whole family to enjoy!

A unique two-day festival
in the heart of the
Old Richmond Historic District

Arts & Crafts • Antiques • Food • Performances • Raffles & More

Free admission as always, now with more arts & crafts, activities, concessions, & fun for all ages!

THANK YOU TO OUR 2022 CO-HOST

IVY TECH RICHMOND

$2,500 SPONSOR

Ivy Tech offers many exciting options for students who want college experiences
beyond the classroom, who want to engage with outstanding faculty, and who want to
connect with our community!

Learn more here.

SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR DONORS & IN-KIND SUPPORTERS

CLICK HERE FOR SPONSORSHIP INFO





THANK YOU TO OUR VOLUNTEERS WHO HELP MAKE THIS EVENT HAPPEN

CLICK HERE FOR VOLUNTEER INFO

Joe Augustin
Vicki Brim
Tom and Gail Davis
Mike Gibbs

Amy Holthouse
Tammy Savoy
Michele Thompson

Did you know the 4th Street Fair is a fundraiser for Senior Opportunities Services?

Proceeds benefit Senior Opportunities Services, a small non-profit organization serving older adults in Wayne County.

SOS's mission is to enhance the quality of life for older adults in Wayne County. SOS'S specialized programs and services are designed to help local residents ages 55+ lead more useful lives by restoring dignity and sense of purpose. SOS provides access to affordable homemaker and handyman services, thereby ahelping local seniors remain safe and comfortable in their own homes. SOS also operates a job placement program and a retail Craft Shop as an avenue of sales for the talents of senior crafters in our local area.

Cutter's Corner Craft Shop

Tuesday-Friday • 9:00am-2:00pm

401 South 4th Street

Richmond, Indiana 47374



South 4th Street in the Old Richmond Historic District

Old Richmond
Historic District

South 4th Street

Richmond, Indiana

With more than 213 structures of historic importance, this neighborhood was first settled by members of the Society of Friends, later by free Blacks and German immigrants. Enrolled on the National Register of Historic Places, several significant structures were catalogued by the Historic American Buildings Survey. Today, quaint shops and restaurants are nestled in and among the fine residential structures.