Posts from July 2012

By now you probably know that when I find something fun and free to do, I have to share it. This time it's the First Friday Cruise-In, which takes place the first Friday of each month when hundreds of cars fill the Hendricks County Courthouse Square…

Are you a "treasure hunter?" Do you have the eye to spot a valuable antique within a huge store? I sure wish I did. But hey, doesn't mean I can start practicing now! As a fan of "Antiques Roadshow" on PBS, I was thrilled to hear about a large antique…

Runners and walkers alike — both seasoned athletes and beginners — have more than a dozen opportunities to participate in organized fun runs and timed races through the rest of 2012. Check out this list highlighting some of the scheduled events…

It was my second day at the Hendricks County 4-H Fairgrounds & Conference Complex in Danville, Indiana, and boy, was it busy. Committing a blogging sin, I arrived to the fair after 1 p.m. and had to pay to park. Although parking was cheap ($5), I…

Food and fun and the fair, oh my! My first experience at the Hendricks County 4-H Fair in Danville, Indiana, as a newbie was a blast. Walking through one of the far entrances, all I could see were food vendors, colorful signs and vibrant displays…

Long days and nice weather mean we’re all looking for ways to spend more time outside, and Hendricks County has endless options for you! Whether you’re looking for family-friendly fun, cultural festivities, or a night on the town, here are 10 ideas…

I missed the first 33 years of the Festival of the Arts at Arbuckle Acres Park in Brownsburg, Indiana, but since living in Hendricks County for the last three years, I have perused the booths, listened to the music, reveled in conversations with lots…