You are there450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, Indiana, United States 06 January,2021
This exhibit allows guests to step back in time to a re-created scene where costumed museum theater actors will portray characters who worked on the city’s centennial pageant, planning outfits for 2,000 performers. Visitors can explore a variety of topics such as Native Americans and Indian removal, the first pioneers, city development, local businesses, government, technological progress, home life, prohibition, crime, health, education, entertainment, racial issues, women’s roles, xenophobia and more.
Keep indy beautiful: the native plant memory game19 January,2021
Tearing your hair out trying to figure out something both fun and educational to do with the kids 24/7? Keep Indianapolis Beautiful has just the thing. The Native Plant Memory Game for kids 7-12 years old. You just need a piece of paper and something to draw with to create your own memory game using […]
Granatelli “Larger Than Life”4750 W. 16th St, Indianapolis, IN 18 February,2021
Celebrating the legacy of racing’s most colorful promoter and a true rags-to-riches, “American dream” story. “Granatelli: Larger Than Life” will chronicle the life and legacy of Granatelli, the marketing wizard who turned an oil additive – STP Oil Treatment – into a household name, and won the Indianapolis 500 as a car owner through sheer […]
Let Us Serenade You: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra24 February,2021
If you’ve been missing the beautiful music from the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, let them Serenade you. Their virtual Valentine’s Day Concert was created for ISO donors and is now available for you to enjoy. Hear love stories from the ISO’s performers and then enjoy, “Let Us Serenade You: Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra Valentine’s Concert” featuring ISO […]
2021 Polar Plunge7840 W. 56th St., Indianapolis, IN 06 March,2021 Saturday, 08:00 am to 01:00 pm
Special Olympics Indiana's signature fundraiser, the Polar Plunge is a series of exhilarating events held each winter where individuals and teams brave the elements by taking an icy dip to demonstrate their commitment to the cause.