Posts from July 2014

Have a group in town? Need to plan a dinner meeting? Don't feel like hosting that family gathering at your house? Thankfully, there are many places in Hendricks County that accommodate large groups. Whether your group is here for an event…

Unusual Sports Options in Hendricks County

Monday, July 21, 2014 3:15 PM by David Ayers

Remember the scene from the movie "Dodgeball" where the grizzled coach says, "...if you can dodge a wrench, you can dodge a ball?" Ok, well, maybe that's not what most of us have in mind when we're looking for a little recreation, but it's still…

How is your summer? Are there still a few things you want to accomplish? I’ve got my summer checklist out (it’s a long list), and I just marked off two places to visit in Hendricks County. I decided a Saturday day trip was in order, but I wanted to go…

Top 10: Hendricks County Family Activities

Friday, July 18, 2014 7:28 AM by Lauren Ayer

The 2014 Little League Major Boys State Tournament arrives in town Saturday at the Al & Jan Barker Sports Complex in Plainfield and will provide non-stop Little League baseball action until July 24. While the tournament is an attraction providing…

When the Hendricks County 4-H Fair opens Sunday, it will have a new addition that is vastly different from the typical carnival rides, farm animals, food and fun that visitors have come to expect. After a couple years of renovation and fundraising…

A bevy of classic cars will descend upon the small town of Coatesville July 12, and boy, do they know how to throw a party! Coatesville Downtown Revitalization, Inc., will host their 2nd Annual Cruisin' in Coatesville and Street Fair beginning at 10…

Top 10: Insider Tips for National Powwow

Monday, June 30, 2014 11:21 PM by Josh Duke

Celebrating an entire culture once truly was an experience to cherish. So, you can only imagine our enthusiasm as Hendricks County plays host a second time later this week to National Powwow, an event dedicated to celebrating and educating others…