Posts from October 2018

I am not a huge crafter, but I’m definitely prone to lofty goals for making scrapbooks or cards for that “someday” when I have more time. That’s why I am marking my calendar for the upcoming Indiana Paper Arts Gathering, the third annual event of its…

Weekend Primer: Oct. 26-28

Monday, October 22, 2018 10:00 AM by Kelly Wallace

The final days leading up to Halloween tend to always be busy and this last weekend before Halloween is certainly no exception in Hendricks County, Indiana. As always you can check out our Events Calendar for even more options, but here are some of…

Weekend Primer: Oct. 19-21

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 2:00 PM by Stephanie Porter

I write this from a beach on the Florida pan-handle and can't help but notice the lack of evidence of the changing season. I'm not complaining, of course, but there is a reason my family ventures back from fall-break a few days earlier than most…

Top 10: Hendricks County Halloween Activities

Tuesday, October 16, 2018 12:00 PM by Kelly Wallace

It's hard to believe it's almost Halloween, but I am so excited to experience some new activities and revisit some old favorites this Halloween season. There are tons of Halloween activities going on in Hendricks County, Indiana, over the next…

Weekend Primer: Oct. 12-14

Monday, October 8, 2018 8:00 PM by Kelly Wallace

It's looking like cooler weather this weekend, and I can't wait to break out my fall wardrobe and enjoy some fall activities. Hendricks County, Indiana, has several great events going on this weekend. As always, be sure to check our Events Calendar…

Are you considering visiting Hendricks County this fall? Get lost. You read that correctly. Get lost...with your entire family in any or all of the fun and challenging mazes that Hendricks County has to offer during the autumn season! Let's take a…

Weekend Primer: Oct. 5-7

Monday, October 1, 2018 11:00 AM by Jamie Hergott

It’s fall, y’all! (Are you tired of hearing that yet? I’m not). A week ago, we were all sweating in the heat of 1,000 suns in our last stretch of summer. Now, everywhere you look, it’s fall colors, pumpkins, hayrides, sweaters and chilly weather…