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
In June 1971, the bank sponsored a free 100th anniversary concert of the Indianapolis Symphony Pops Orchestra. We continued this tradition each year through 1986. In 1987, the first “Entertainment on the Plaza” season was launched, bringing a different performance each Friday evening through June, July and August. The event was held on the newly constructed Hancock County Courthouse Plaza, hence the series name.
Entertainment on the Plaza continues and each summer eight performances are held, free to the public, in downtown Greenfield, IN on the Hancock County Courthouse south lawn (located at the corner of US 40 and SR 9) and City of Greenfield Plaza (located on SR 9). Beginning the first Friday in June and continuing eight consecutive Fridays, the event draws over 12,000 people each summer. EXCEPTION: If Independence Day falls on a Friday, the performance will be held on the Thursday evening before the holiday.
Greenfield Banking Company serves as the sole corporate sponsor to provide a non-commercial environment for the concerts. The concert series is held with the cooperation of the City of Greenfield and the Hancock County Commissioners.
Relax in a non-commercial setting in historic downtown Greenfield on the City Plaza and South lawn of the Hancock County Courthouse. Join family and friends and enjoy eight free concerts chosen to appeal to all ages and interests.
Entertainment On The Plaza, Friday evenings from June 7 - July 26, 2019, 7 pm.
Greenfield City Plaza and Hancock County Courthouse South Lawn, Greenfield, IN
2019 GBC Community Shred Days - Protect Your Identity!
Free, on-site shredding of paper documents: 9 am - Noon on all dates.
May 4, 2019: Fortville Office
May 18, 2019: Meridian Road Office
June 8, 2019: Cumberland Office
June 15, 2019: McCordsville Office
July 20, 2019: Main Office
September 21, 2019: New Palestine Office
Greenfield Banking Company began sponsoring Community Shred Days in 2008 to help you protect your identity. Free on-site 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.
Community Drug Toss Day:
Saturday, October 26, 2019, 9 am - Noon: Main Office and New Palestine Office
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.