Category - Danville

Hendricks County 4th of July Preview

Friday, June 26, 2020 3:00 PM by Eric Ivie

Independence Day is arriving soon, and if you're looking for activities and fireworks on the 4th of July, Hendricks County, Indiana, is the place to be! COVID-19 has altered some plans, but there are still celebrations to be found. Here's what's on…

It's been far too long since we've celebrated our Black-Owned tourism businesses in Hendricks County. We're taking this opportunity to step into the conversation to support racial diversity. We want to be part of the resources available in our…

As the world starts to turn in a different direction, we look forward to gathering again and creating new memories with family, friends and colleagues. The new reality is that people may feel more comfortable going to venues that can accommodate…

I’m not a golf regular by any means, but I have visited quite a few of Hendricks County golf courses. With my son now 12, he has shown some interest in the game and has joined me on a couple of excursions to local courses lately. I can’t stress…

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…

On the first Friday of every month usually beginning in May, the historic Hendricks County Courthouse Square in downtown Danville, Indiana, provides the perfect backdrop for a true summer tradition. But as we all know, this year has been a little bit…

There are many things about summer in Indiana that I love, and high on that list is fresh produce. Indiana-grown fruits and vegetables are second to none, and our local farmers markets allow me to get them when they're in season and at their most…

Editor's Note: The capacities mentioned below are without any restrictions. Please refer to state and local guidelines to determine the allowable number of people at the time you are planning your event. As we ease back into life outside our homes…

A person can only be cooped up in the house for so long. Eventually, we all need some exercise and fresh air. One activity that my family and I like to do for a change of scenery is to pile into the car and take a road trip to visit a park or trail…

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…