During the Brazil Main Street meeting Monday, members discussed their upcoming event Night at the Museum.
Members plan to hang up flyers in Brazil, Terre Haute and surrounding communities in the Wabash Valley. A+ Printing, Brazil, donated the flyers for the event.
Saint Mary-of-the-Woods College is donating equipment to be used for the movie during Night at the Museum. Members discussed the best time to start the movie, deciding to begin close to 8:30 p.m., with cartoons playing before the movie.
Event Coordinator Megan Hawkins is planning volunteer meetings for Wednesday, Sept. 12 and 19, from 6-9 p.m. She asked that all volunteers attend the meeting. Hawkins also stated she needs more male volunteers for acting parts, as well as four tour guides.
Hawkins will pass out biography folders for each character in order for the actors to study their characters.
The Community Theatre of Clay County will donate costumes for the event.
Hawkins told Brazil Main Street members she would like to have vintage cars parked outside of the museum.
In addition, Brazil Main Street wants to make the museum look the best it can for the night of the event. Members will begin the process of repainting the museum doors Saturday, Sept. 15. They will also be sprucing up the area in any other ways they can. Anyone is welcome to help.
Meanwhile, Brazil Main Street has sponsors for all the trash barrels along National Avenue Clay/Owen/Vigo Solid Waste District donated trash bags for the barrels.
In other Main Street news:
* Members nominated and elected Pete Paulus as vice president of the organization,
* Pappy's Barbeque has offered to feed all volunteers one free meal after the next clean-up day. The next clean-up day has not been planned,
* Members discussed the idea of painting a mural on the Clay County Search and Rescue building,
* Members discussed multiple options for a booth at the Popcorn Festival. Nothing was officially decided,
* Adoption certificates and papers are almost finished for those who have adopted a block in downtown Brazil. For the Adopt-a-Block program, an estimated six blocks still needed adopted in order to cover Alabama Street to Depot Street,
* An idea for a Christmas lights competition was discussed. The competition would begin during the Christmas in the Park parade. Businesses along the parade route would decorate their storefront windows to be judged by local officials,
* Members discussed how to better let the community know that Brazil Main Street is open to anyone, and
* The organization is hoping to have committee chairs by their next meeting.
Brazil Main Street encouraged community members to become a fan of their Facebook page, "Brazil Main Street," in order to stay updated on meetings and events.