10 Things Everyone From Evansville Knows
Evansville, Indiana is the largest city in the Tri-State with about 118,930 residents, and each of those residents knows these ten things that involves the city!
Here are the 10 things that everyone from Evansville knows...
This is a no-brainer. Not only does everyone in Evansville know about it, but everyone in the surrounding area does too. It's the biggest event in the city each year!
For whatever reason, Grippo's BBQ chips and Ski are synonymous with Evansville...even though neither of them are produced here. When you think of the west side, those two things are one of the first things that comes to mind.
Bosse Field is one of the most historic ball parks in the country....and they filmed some of "A League of Their Own" there. Ask any Evansvillian what Evansville's claim to fame is, and that would be one of the most popular answers.
The 911 Gives Hope charity organization has done so many things for the community, especially children. It is a group of Police Officers, Firefighters and Paramedics dedicated to improving the lives of children and people with disabilities in the local community.Some of their big fundraising event's each year include Guns & Hoses and 911 Gives Hope For The Holidays Toy Drive
Yankee great, Don Mattingly is an Evansville native. Some would say that he is Evansville's Favorite Son. He used to have a restaurant on Evansville's east side called Mattingly 23, and he still gives back to his hometown with Mattingly Charities.
Apparently the seasons don't matter in Evansville. One day it's sunny and 80 degrees, the next it is 32 degrees and people are making snowmen in their yard.
Everyone from Evansville knows that one of its other claim to fame is the Roseanne House. It is the house that was featured in the sitcom, "Roseanne." The house itself was only used for its exterior whenever they would show the house on TV. The inside looks noting like what the house did on the show...but still a cool Evansville fact!
The Lloyd Expressway is Evansville's biggest road. It's an expressway with stoplights (which is weird), but it is also usually under construction. Everyone knows that if you want to avoid construction or delays, avoid the Lloyd!
One of the staples of the Vanderburgh County Fair each year is the Purple Cow. What is a purple cow? If you're from Evansville, you probably already know the answer. For those who aren't, it's basically a grape flavored milkshake...and it's delicious!!!
Franklin Street always has something going on. From bazaars, bars, food, and the Fall Festival, Franklin Street has something to offer everyone in the family.