Posts from July 2020

The Hendricks County Historical Museum is located just off the Downtown Danville Historic Square in Central Indiana. I have toured the museum multiple times, and each time I learn something new or find a new hidden gem. When I started my research of…

Editor's Note: This is a series of posts in which Visit Hendricks County is partnering with the Hendricks County ICON and Business Leader by re-publishing stories that first appeared in their publications. These stories will highlight some of our…

Hendricks County Indiana Reopening Guide

Thursday, July 23, 2020 10:00 AM by Josh Duke

As we work our way through this pandemic, we have reached Stage 4.5 in Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb’s Back on Track Indiana plan. The change replaces the previously anticipated step of moving to Stage 5 of the plan as the Governor announced a pause at…

I’m all about doing plenty of research before I visit a new community. I make a list of must-sees, but I also try and add a few off-the-beaten-path places. Here’s a list of five such places that many locals may not even know about, but that I would…

Guilford Township's Hummel Park -- located in Plainfield, Indiana -- is one of my favorite Hendricks County parks to run in. But please don't tell the other parks; I don't want their feelings to get hurt. The eastern-most portion of the park has a…

Virtual Fairy Festival Lands Online Aug. 8

Friday, July 17, 2020 11:00 AM by Josh Duke

Queen Odonata, the Dragonfly Fairy, and all her magical friends had an amazing in-person event planned to take guests into their mystical world first in May and then rescheduled for August before finally deciding it wouldn't be safe for their human…

Editor's Note: This is a series of posts in which Visit Hendricks County is partnering with the Hendricks County ICON and Business Leader by re-publishing stories that first appeared in their publications. These stories will highlight some of our…