Posts from February 2014

What I Will Miss About Hendricks County

Thursday, February 27, 2014 10:32 PM by Jennifer Donovan

This blog post is bittersweet for me, because I’m headed for a new journey but leaving behind the Hoosier state I grew up in. My family and I have recently relocated to South Carolina for my husband’s job, so this will be my last post for Visit…

Weekend Primer: Feb. 28-March 2

Tuesday, February 25, 2014 10:17 PM by Josh Duke

I am so glad that I’m finally getting to talk about March in this week’s Primer as we hopefully, mercifully can put one of the worst winters in recent memory in the rearview mirror. I have an interesting selection of Hendricks County activities to…

For most of us, maple syrup is a staple in our kitchens, and we don't give it much thought when we grab a bottle from the shelf at the grocery store. However, when I noticed that one of my favorite spots in Hendricks County -- McCloud Nature Park --…

Best Places for Steak in Hendricks County

Thursday, February 20, 2014 10:14 PM by Aimee MacArthur

Steak is my ideal meal. To me, there’s not much better than a perfectly cooked steak. When I think of going out to eat for a steak dinner, it makes me think of good times with family and going out to celebrate an event, whether it was good grades, a…

Weekend Primer: February 21-23

Tuesday, February 18, 2014 10:48 PM by Josh Duke

In hopes of setting an example for Spring, the Weekend Primer returns after taking a winter hibernation to highlight some of the exciting things to do in Hendricks County this upcoming weekend including options for families, farmers, nature lovers…

Do you call yourself a yarn addict? Do you find that every free crevice of your home has a skein of yarn tucked into it for storage? When you plan a vacation, do you map out all the yarn shops along the way? If this sounds familiar, you’re in luck:…

When I moved to Hendricks County in 2005 from the south side of Indianapolis, I didn’t know a lot about the area. My husband and I just happened to find a home in a neighborhood we liked. Little did I know, how much I was about to discover in this…