Riley Festival Opening Ceremonies held in Entertainment Tent!
The Riley Festival is held the first weekend in October each year, Thursday through Sunday in downtown Greenfield, IN. Greenfield Banking Company serves as a corporate sponsor of the Riley Festival Opening Ceremonies by sponsoring the Entertainment Tent and a free concert on Thursday evening immediately following the Opening Ceremonies.
Since the early 90's the bank has been a participant of the Riley Festival. From 1992 through 1998 the event was a Pig Roast and Western Street Dance. In 1999, the bank brought “Endless Summer,” a musical variety group, for an opening performance in place of the Pig Roast.
We continue this tradition of sponsoring a musical performance to kick off the Festival each year. Please join us!
Entertainment on the Plaza is now Entertainment @ Depot Street Park
Entertainment on the Plaza was established in 1987 and has continued each summer until the pandemic unfortunately halted live performances in 2020 & 2021. The City of Greenfield and Hancock County have been instrumental in presenting the concerts since the beginning. To ensure the continuation of the series and to take advantage of the concert specific venue, we are excited to extend that relationship and team with Greenfield Parks & Recreation.
Entertainment on the Plaza will be returning in 2022 with some exciting changes. GBC Bank will be partnering with Greenfield Parks & Recreation to bring the concerts to the newly created Depot Street Park in Greenfield, Indiana. The concert series continues now with the new name of “Entertainment At Depot Street Park.”
The new site located just one block west of the Hancock County Courthouse Plaza, runs adjacent to the Pennsy Trail between Pennsylvania St & Riley Ave. Depot Street Park features a permanent stage, elevated for better visibility. There will be plenty of seating area available for audience members to bring their own chairs & blankets.
Greenfield Parks & Recreation, in partnership with GBC Bank, are proud to announce the 2022 "Entertainment @ Depot Street Park" concert line up.
With the new outdoor auditorium and concert venue coming online in 2022 it was the perfect opportunity for GBC Bank to move Entertainment on the Plaza to a new and larger venue. This would help enhance and grow the event under the Greenfield Parks & Recreation with the tutorage and support of GBC Bank. Greenfield Parks & Recreation will continue the 35-year-old historic, community event. Although the name and location may have changed, the look and feel of this concert series most certainly remains as close to the original as we could achieve in 2022. We believe the lineup reflects this and we can't wait to see everyone this summer enjoying these great bands.
The new Depot Street Park, located at 251 Depot Street, Greenfield, IN, is designed for up to 1,000 people to enjoy a variety of events including music concerts, plays, festivals, cultural events and much more. The amphitheater is designed to be two-sided, allowing for smaller and larger performances to take place. The project is a major cornerstone of the Health and Heritage Region’s Regional Development Plan under the Stellar Communities Program, which is administered by the Indiana Office of Community and Rural Affairs (OCRA) and overseen by Lt. Governor Suzanne Crouch.
- All performances are free to the public.
- Bring lawn chairs/blankets for seating
- Non-alcoholic beverages, food permitted.
- Portable restrooms provided.
This venue observes City of Greenfield Ordinances:
- Prohibits possession, use, consumption or sale of alcoholic beverages, illegal substances, tobacco products or smokeless/electronic cigarette devices.
- Dogs and animals at-large: Must be constrained or harnessed at all times.
Follow Greenfield Parks & Recreation on social media for performance or weather-related updates: @greenfieldparks
2022 Entertainment @ Depot Street Park Concerts, 251 Depot Street Park, Greenfield, IN
GBC Community Shred Day Schedule
Protect your identity with Free, on-site shredding of paper documents.
Greenfield Banking Company began sponsoring Community Shred Days in 2008 to help you protect your identity. Free on-site paper shredding services, on specific dates and branch locations throughout the year, provide the public with an opportunity to bring their important paper documents for shredding. The community service has been well received with large attendance.
Roughly 10 million Americans have had their personal information stolen and misused in some way every year, costing consumers $5 billion and businesses $48 billion. Protect your identity - shred sensitive documents and statements.
Please limit your paper shredding documents to the equivalent of 3, 13-gallon trash cans, and be prepared to remove from your vehicle and container to give to the attendant for shredding.
EACH 2022 SHRED EVENT CONDUCTED 9 AM - NOON:
Saturday, May 7, 2022: Meridian Road Office
Saturday, June 4, 2022: Cumberland Office
Saturday, June 11, 2022: McCordsville Office
Saturday, July 23, 2022: Fortville Office
Saturday, September 17, 2022: New Palestine Office
Saturday, October 1, 2022: Main Office
Community Drug Toss Day:
Greenfield Banking Company and Neighborhoods Against Substance Abuse (NASA) continue a partnership to provide this free service to our community. The event provides an opportunity to drop off your unused or expired medications for safe disposal. Accepted medications include unused or expired prescriptions or over-the-counter medications in pill or liquid form, inhalers, tracheotomy cleaners and sharps (needles). Sharps must be in a sealed plastic container with an attached lid (ex. empty laundry detergent bottle). Unacceptable containers for sharps: Milk containers are not recommended as needles can puncture the thin plastic. Do not place sharps in baggies.
Law enforcement officers and NASA staff will be present to accept medications. Medications, labels and containers will be destroyed in the form of incineration at an environmentally safe site. Medications are in the possession of law enforcement until incineration.
No drop-offs will be accepted prior to or after the event.
Check back periodically for an announcement of our 2022 Community Drug Toss Day.