Hosted by Tomlinson Tap Room and the Indianapolis City Market on Saturday, Oct. 13, Ales for Adoptable Tails gives animal lovers a chance to indulge in great beer and food, while also saving some paws.
One of the nation’s largest and most popular sporting events, the “Classic” draws an average of 175,000 people from across the country annually to be a part of a very special Indy tradition. This year, the two historically black college football teams that will go head to head at Lucas Oil Stadium are Howard University and Bethune-Cookman University.
You can sample outstanding food and drinks for a good cause during the byte @ The #IWiTChamp Food Experience presented by Indiana Grand Racing and Casino, held on Saturday, August 18 and Sunday, August 19 at the Brickyard Crossing Golf Course.
Itching to learn something new? Curious to try out a new hobby? Look no further than Barter School Indy. It’s a non-traditional learning community that runs on barter. That means you can swap a box of tea, a bar of chocolate, or a couple canned goods for knowledge.
Connecting with a city means rolling up your sleeves and making yourself available. At Indyvolved 13, this Thursday at the Central Library, you'll have the opportunity to interact with hundreds of local non-profits to see whose mission fits with your skillset and interests.
Nearly 500 brightly colored animals will invade Newfields as part of Summer Wonderland: Spectacular Creatures this summer. The campus-wide installation opens June 1 and will feature sculptures in all shapes and sizes – from miniature penguins to larger-than-life meerkats.
To recognize the hard work and dedication of service employees throughout Indy, Visit Indy started the Rose Awards 27 years ago and holds a gala each year to celebrate the accomplishments of those in the industry. These eight, along with everyone nominated for a Rose Award, embody “Hoosier Hospitality” and go above and beyond in every aspect of their work.
Have the day off in honor of Presidents’ Day? Take the opportunity to plan a family fun day. Many of the city’s museums and will remain open, giving you and the kiddos the chance to discover Indiana’s presidential heritage.