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Four Reasons You Need to Visit this Hamilton County Park

It can be difficult to find time to disconnect and explore. Luckily, in Hamilton County, Indiana an outdoor adventure is closer than you think. Just ten minutes north of downtown Noblesville off IN-37 is Strawtown Koteewi Park, a 750-acre park Read more >

State Park Admission is Just 10 Cents on June 4-5!

Visiting a state park in Indiana on June 4 or 5 will cost just pocket change — literally. That’s because Indiana State Parks is celebrating its 100th birthday by “rolling back” gate admission to a 10-cents-per-person donation for each of Read more >

Circle of Lights: Five Things You Should Know Before You Go

Here in Indy, holiday lights and candy cane poles on our beloved Soldiers & Sailors Monument mean one thing: Circle of LightsŪ presented by the Contractors of Quality Connection and Electrical Workers of IBEW #481 is almost here!  On Friday, Nov. 29 come Read more >

Indianapolis Museum of Art – 100 Acres

Located on the northwest side of the city is the Indianapolis Museum of Art. To be honest with you, I hadn’t been out to the museum recently … say within the last five years. I know, that’s pretty bad. But Read more >

Bellaboo’s in Lake Station, Indiana

While I love the change of seasons that we experience in Indiana, especially the change to beautiful fall weather, a part of me always dreads the temperatures falling. I have two active little boys, and the coming of winter means Read more >

Sodalis Nature Park: Hendricks County’s newest park

As one of the nation’s fastest growing counties, you might not think of suburban Hendricks County (just west of Indianapolis) as a place to go for exploring nature. But with the addition of Sodalis Nature Park to the county’s park system, Read more >

Landmark for Peace: A tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King and Robert Kennedy

One of my favorite places in Indianapolis is a park located at 17th and Broadway, just north of downtown. Here you’ll find what at first appears to be a typical city park. A playground, picnic tables, and basketball goals are scattered about the Read more >