Posts from July 2016

Weekend Primer: July 29-31

Wednesday, July 27, 2016 3:34 AM by Stephanie Porter

Those summer days are dwindling, but there is still plenty of fun to be had in Hendricks County. Here are a few ways to enjoy this weekend. Beasley's Orchard It's no secret, I love this place. The land, the barn, the activities, and of course, all…

Even though the end of summer is upon us, there is still opportunities to participate in warm weather runs/walks in Hendricks County . The popular Summer Fun Run Series has four events throughout August. Other running/walking events include Project…

Weekend Primer: July 22-24

Wednesday, July 20, 2016 3:52 AM by Kelly Wallace

I've had the best summer here in Hendricks County, and I can't wait for more fun activities this weekend. Here are just some of the highlights: Hendricks County 4-H Fair The Hendricks County 4-H Fair started Sunday and the fun will last through…

I thought you might like to read about an insider's experience at this year's Hendricks County 4-H Fair , so on Sunday evening we made the trip to Danville to see what fun this year's fair would bring. There was plenty for us to see and do; but here…

Editor's Note: This is the second in a series of posts getting a local groom's perspective as he and his bride prepare for their big day. Jack Helton and his fiancee, Taylor, are an example of how Visit Hendricks County can help future brides and…

Weekend Primer: July 15-17

Wednesday, July 13, 2016 4:21 AM by Stephanie Porter

It's really hard to believe that in just a few weeks a lot of students will head back to school. Making the most of summer weekends becomes that much more important to my family this time of year. We're all chasing that summer sun. So, here are some…

I'm always looking for something fun to do with my family, and I love when I come across events that involve the arts. As a child, my parents took me to all kinds of arts festivals and performances, and it really helped me learn to love and…