February 15, 2018 -- St. Joseph's Catholic Church
St. Joseph’s Catholic Church of Rockville (Indiana) was originally erected in the town of Rockville, Indiana in 1886 and served the Rockville congregation for 85 years. The congregation built a new church on the property in 1971 and donated (and moved) this old building to the Billie Creek Village Living History Museum on the outskirts of town. The interior boasts a vintage communion rail, altar, pews, early nativity scene and other items. The church rests on a sandstone foundation.
Billie Creek Village is a 70-acre open-air living history museum and park, filled with 38 historical buildings and structures, with hundreds of antiques and artifacts. It is located just outside the city limits of Rockville, Indiana. The buildings are all from the turn of the century and range from an 1830s Log Cabin to the 1913 Schoolhouse and include a General Store, A 1913 Schoolhouse, An Authentic Log Cabin, A Complete Farm House & Barns, a couple churches and three Covered Bridges.
Rockville sits in Parke County area known as the "Covered Bridge Capital of the World" for the county's 31 covered bridges, where they hold an annual Covered Bridge Festival every October.
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