Purpose of the club is to propagate the wonderful sport of model aviation, and to provide our members with the opportunity to learn and enjoy radio controlled flight. The club hosts various club functions, fly-ins, contests, etc. The club accommodates a diverse groups of airplanes and an assortment of aircraft types, including: Fun-flyers, ducted fans, helicopters, pattern flyers, pylon racers, scale flyers, sport and/or recreational flyers, trainers, and turbines. Flying field located about a mile east of State Road 37 on Wylie Road.
The first Thursday of every month at 7:30pm in Geology Rm. 126
The Indiana University Caving Club (IUCC) provides students, faculty, staff and community members the opportunity to crawl around in holes in the ground while practicing cave conservation. The monthly trips offer members of all abilities the opportunity to enjoy a safe caving experience with qualified guides. The IUCC provides a helmet and light for the novice.
Lake Monroe Sailing Association (LMSA) is located in the rolling hills of southern Indiana at the Moores Creek Sailing Marina on Lake Monroe. LMSA offers club membership, wet storage in slips and on buoys, dry storage in secure fenced areas, marina facilities, a shelter house, camping areas, shower house, childrens playground, and club activities to the sailing public.
Fiddle 'n' Feet is Jamie Gans on fiddle and Tamara Loewenthal on feet. We are committed to presenting the very best in percussive dance and traditional music from North America and the Celtic countries. We dance, we sing, we play fiddle, mandolin, banjo, guitar, jaw harps and more! Our songs and music range from Old Time Appalachian to Irish to French Canadian. In performance, we showcase a variety of step dance styles, from American clogging to English wooden shoe clogging to French Canadian reels and waltzes. We also teach percussive and traditional styles of dance, including calling and playing for square and contra dances. Rhythm is an important component of our work, whether drumming with feet or with our hands against our bodies. We engage our audiences and our students in the joy of movement and sound.
Contact: 812-339-9415 This sailboat-only club is located on the South shore of Lake Lemon (entry by Port Hole Inn Restaurant). Club memberships include use of wet and dry storage, electric hoist, club house, Sunday races, monthly club meetings and other social activities.