There are lots of options for taking in the beauty of fall in Indianapolis. From serene parks to attractions that incorporate the outdoors, you need to take advantage of the seasonal change with this guide to the best locations for leaf watching.
On Saturday, February 25 at the J.W. Marriott, from 9 am to 12 pm, you won’t want to miss the Shaun T. Experience, sponsored by Julie Voris Fitness. It will be a morning filled with inspiration, motivation and fun. Of course, there will be a workout led by Shaun T. himself and a Q&A session where you can pick his brain!
With school back in session it can be hard to find time for the family to be active. Thankfully, the 500 Festival is launching a race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway just for kids, the 500 Festival mini-mini this Saturday, September 10.
Hooray, spring break is on its way! Our family has two full weeks of time to relax and recharge this March and we’re beginning to plan some quick trips and special outings to celebrate a brief break from the regular routine. But the vacation fund is running low and we don’t have too many dollars to spare. Enter Indianapolis – one of the most affordable cities to entertain the kids on Spring Break without breaking the bank.
It shouldn’t come as a surprise that the top New Year’s resolution last year was to stay fit and healthy. If you’re looking to rack up more steps on your Fitbit in 2016, you can get a head start on your personal goal at Bop to the Top on January 16.
Over one weekend the Pacers play rivals the Miami Heat while premiering their new Hickory uniforms, the Indianapolis Monumental Marathon welcomes thousands of runners to the city, and Peyton Manning makes a homecoming appearance alongside his Broncos at Lucas Oil Stadium as they battle the Colts. There are lots of reasons to cheer.