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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…

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…

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…

When I visit a new town, I try and look for areas and structures that I may not see anywhere else. You know, that uniqueness that makes a town extra special and makes you want to come back again. I thought it would be fun to tell you know about six…

Are you looking for new ways to spend quality time with your significant other? Unique date night options abound in Hendricks County! My husband and I sometimes need to remind ourselves to put down our cellphones and hit pause on Netflix so we can…

Fitness and healthy activities are important year round. However, staying active during the colder months is essential for maintaining a strong immune system, burning calories to avoid the dreaded winter weight gain, and releasing those "feel-good"…

Hendricks County, Indiana, has been a great launching pad for successful microbreweries such as Brew Link, Mind Over Mash and Black Swan. So, if you are looking for a place to enjoy beer in Hendricks County, here are my six go-to, locally owned…

9 Homeschool Destinations in Hendricks County

Thursday, August 29, 2019 12:00 PM by Crystal Paschal

August in Indiana means back-to-school time. It's that time for my family, too, but as homeschoolers, we aren't returning to a building. Instead, we're getting our curriculum ready and planning our activities for the year. Most homeschoolers (my…

Did you know that the average American child spends more than 50 hours per week using electronic media? That works out to more than seven hours a day. Let that sink in for a moment, and then I'll tell you about the good folks at the Indiana Children…