history & education

Why You Should Attend Maple Sirup Days

Posted on February 25, 2016 at 06:54 PM by Meghan Stritar

"Farm to Table" is a relatively new term, but Hendricks County Parks and Recreation has been providing a "Forest to Table" event for the past five years that returns March 5 and 12. During Maple Sirup Days (yes we spelled that ... read more

Bicentennial Begins: What to Expect in Hendricks County

Posted on January 6, 2016 at 06:55 PM by Josh Duke

Happy 200th birthday Indiana! With 2016 officially here, we have reached a milestone year for our state's history, and I for one as the Hendricks County Bicentennial Coordinator am extremely busy planning and getting our locals excited about the ... read more

Weekend Primer: Nov. 12-15

Posted on November 10, 2015 at 06:55 PM by Eric Ivie

Are those jingle bells I hear in the distance? As we head into the second weekend of November, holiday events are already beginning here in Hendricks County , which gives visitors and residents an opportunity to get a jump-start on Christmas shopping ... read more

Fall Family Tradition: Hogan Farms

Posted on October 11, 2015 at 07:56 PM by Becky Wilson-Lusk

My family loves tradition. We have festivals and events for each season that we try to experience every year. Last year, I heard about a new pumpkin farm in Brownsburg and had to go check it out. And guess what? We found ourselves a new fall ... read more

Experience a Fall Tradition: Beasley's Orchard

Posted on September 21, 2015 at 02:53 AM by Stephanie Porter

Beasley's Orchard is a Hendricks County go-to destination - especially in the fall. This farm is so much more than an apple orchard. It's a local gem that's rich with history. I stopped by the Danville orchard, which is located at 2304 ... read more

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