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Almost seven miles of beautifully landscaped walking and biking paths along the Pigeon Creek Greenway pass outdoor sculptures and a public boat launch ramp in the middle of downtown.
Just a block off the riverfront trail is one of Evansville’s architectural treasures, the French Second Empire style Reitz Home Museum (reitzhome.com).
Photo by Jason Clark, Evansville Courier & Press JESSICA TEZAK / COURIER & PRESS Amy Patrick (left) of Evansville takes a swig of apple cider to wash down ribbon fries with her husband Tim Patrick of Evansville during the Westside Nut Club Fall Festival on Franklin Street Thursday, Oct. Photo by Jessica Teza, Evansville Courier & Press Reitz Home Museum executive director Matt Rowe talks about some of the features found in the ladies parlor while giving a tour of the home in Evansville recently.
Ten minutes by car from downtown Evansville, Middle Mississippian Indians occupied what is now Angel Mounds State Historic Site (angelmounds.org) from about 1000 to 1400.
While the focus of this period of treatment is medical safety, an introduction to rehabilitation and the 12-step recovery model is also begun with a focus on both chemical dependency symptoms and mental health symptoms.