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Your October 8-14 Hamilton County Getaway is Closer Than you Think!

Oct 08, 2015 by Hamilton County Tourism

Get spooked and get a very head start on your holiday shopping this weekend in Hamilton County, IN! Bring your furry friend along for fun at Hamilton Town Center and even make your own glass creation too. Details are below for those events and more, discover even more weekend happenings on our online calendar.

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Headless Horseman
October 9 - 25
Fishers, Indiana
Head to Conner Scairie for a spooktacular time this October. Each weekend, the Headless Horseman will frighten hayride passengers and many funny characters will be entertaining the crowds. Special activities will be available, including a craft area where you can help Conner Prairie get into the Guinness Book of World Records by helping ghouls fold 6,000 origami bats.

Carmel Arts & Design Second Saturday Gallery Walk
October 10
Carmel, Indiana
Celebrate the arts at the monthly gallery walk in the Carmel Arts & Design District. This month, the art of glass will be the focus. Artist Lisa Pelo will have her mobile glass unit on hand for demonstrations and so guests can make their own creations.


Christmas in Oct craft


Christmas in October Craft Fair
October 10
Fishers, Indiana
Get a head start on holiday shopping while supporting the annual Fishers Freedom Festival. Over 150 crafters and artists will have booth space at the Fishers High School with items of all kinds.

Pups & Paws
October 10
Noblesville, Indiana
Furry friends are welcome at Hamilton Town Center for this day of fun. Shop at special doggie vendors, try an agility course and much more. Stroll with your pup throughout the mall and enjoy this special day!


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Carmel Symphony Orchestra presents: Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with Susie Park
October 10
Carmel, Indiana
The 40th season of music with the CSO kicks off with a fabulous show at the Palladium. See violinist Susie Park perform in the Palladium for the first time and enjoy the classic sounds of Tchaikovsky and Beethoven.

Gallery 116 Bizarre Bazaar
October 11
Fishers, Indiana
Gallery 116 is known for fabulous, quirky and artful gifts and this event will be no exception. Shop from an array of local vendors, enjoy beverages, play games and listen to live tunes. What a fun way to support local!

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Mind-blowing fun at Conner Prairie

Oct 06, 2015 by Andrea Davis

Headless Horseman near bridge


About this time every year, the festival grounds at Conner Prairie in Fishers undergo a haunting transformation into "Conner Scairie," where a creepy collection of characters is vying to be elected mayor. Just off the campaign trail, brave souls can get into the spirit of the Halloween season by taking a haunted hayride where they encounter ghouls, ghosts and goblins of all kinds - including the legendary Headless Horseman. Will the ethereal equestrian ride home with the most votes, or will another candidate be victorious when the last ballot is pulled from the cauldron? Only time will tell.

One of Conner Prairie's most popular events, Headless Horseman returns to the interactive history park this month for its 32nd installment. Inspired by Washington Irving's "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow," the annual celebration has signaled fall's arrival since long before pumpkin-spiced everything marked the change of seasons. It's a central Indiana tradition.

Of course, even traditions evolve over time. So the 30,000 visitors expected during the upcoming 11-night run will find some changes among their favorites at Conner Scairie:Boarding Hayride headless

• Ed the Mad Scientist and his assistant, Esmeralda, introduce a live chemistry show, "Ed's Incredible Chemicals," after retiring their previous electrical spectacle.
• Beautisha, the bewitched cosmetics company CEO, hosts a runway show for kids in costume to conjure up confidence in their inner and outer beauty.
• Aspiring comedian Dr. Acula hosts "Monster Mayhem," a new game show featuring trivia questions and the wheel of misfortune, among other challenges.
• Perpetual 7-year-old Hollyween is the playful hostess of an entertainment area for younger children, where she also reads them stories.

New activities include the Scarecrow Trail, a lit path adorned with different variations of the traditional straw man, and a one-man storytelling performance of "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow." Guests also will have the chance to shoot "ghostly vortexes" at monsters with the help of an air cannon. Also this year, Conner Prairie is trying to break a Guinness World Record by folding 6,000 origami bats.

Returning favorites include the Stevens Puppets marionette's version of the classic story, Scary-o-ke, and fortune telling.

Conner Scairie voting


There's no doubt Headless Horseman is a major undertaking, but I had no idea how much went into the production until I talked to Kelly Backus, events manager for Conner Prairie. Ed, Beautisha, and the other main monsters aren't museum staff in makeup, for example. They're paid actors who've been refining their roles for months - wardrobe, rehearsals, the works.

Then there's the Horseman himself, or (SPOILER ALERT) herself, as it were. The person under the Headless Horseman costume isn't an actor, but an experienced equestrian. And more often than not, Backus said, it's a woman in the saddle. In addition to learning the route and how to navigate "headless," the riders and horses have to get used to potential distractions like the tractors pulling wagons on the hayrides.

And when the last scream echoes Oct. 25, hundreds of volunteers will have helped keep the Headless Horseman riding for another year.

Headless Horseman
6-9 p.m., Oct. 9-11, 15-18, 22-25
Tickets-Thursday and Sunday: $10 presale, $12 at gate; all members get in free; Friday and Saturday: $14 presale, $16 at gate, plus-level & above members get in free


Your October 1-7 Hamilton County Getaway is Closer Than you Think!

Oct 01, 2015 by Hamilton County Tourism

Jousting, homemade derby cars and Shakespeare- oh my! Discover all of those things and more in Hamilton County, IN this weekend. The festival season is in full swing and it's the season to get out and explore the fall fun. Find even more events and festivals on our online calendar of events.  

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Bard Fest 2015
October 1 - 18
Carmel, Indiana
This new theatre festival is all about The Bard himself, Shakespeare. For over a fortnight, performances of Othello, As You Like It, and Timon of Athens will be presented at the Studio 15 Theatre in Carmel.

First Friday: Fall Fest, CanStruction, Soup Cook-off
October 2
Noblesville, Indiana
Head to the Noblesville Square this Friday for fall fun for a good cause. See giant sculptures made from canned foods that will later be donated to local pantries, try soups from local restaurants and vote for your favorite decorated scarecrow.

Oktoberfest Blurb


Oktoberfest at Carmel City Center
October 2
Carmel, Indiana
Get your lederhosen ready! It's time again for the annual Oktoberfest. The popular band Polkaboy will be providing free entertainment. They are a 14-piece band with big sound, they'll be playing everything from polka to rock.


Fishers Renaissance Faire

October 3- 4

Noblesville, Indiana

Here ye, here ye. The Fishers Renaissance Faire is conquering new lands this year as they expand the festival to Klipsch Music Center. Enjoy jousting, costumed characters and lots of live entertainment. Read all about what's new on our blog.

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Comic Book in a Day
October 3
Noblesville, Indiana
Kapow! Whoosh! Bam! Comics are taking over at Nickel Plate Arts. See professional comic book artists in action as they heroically create comic pages in just 12 hours. You can even join in and make your own comic strip. Comic book art will be on display and for purchase as well.


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Grand Junction Derby & Street Festival
October 3
Westfield, Indiana
Ladies and gentlemen, start your box cars! Homemade derby cars will race down the street in the heart of Downtown Westfield for this annual festival. Cheer on the teams and enjoy the street festival with live music, food and vendors.


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Potter's Bridge Fall Festival
October 3
Noblesville, Indiana
Hamilton County's only remaining covered bridge will be transformed into a fall fun zone. Shop for unique arts and crafts, take the kiddos to the play area and enjoy the scenery of the changing leaves on the banks of the river.


The Hamilton Harvest Train
October 3 - 31
Hop aboard for a train ride that will take you right to a pumpkin patch! Each weekend in October, families can board the train at the Indiana Transportation Museum and take about a 20-minute ride to an FFA pumpkin patch to find the perfect pumpkin. Reservations are recommended.

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Tips to Pursue the Perfect Pumpkin

Sep 29, 2015 by Shanna Mooney

During a recent, highly unscientific poll, it was decided by myself and a few other football moms that, aside from the annoying amount of bees hovering around, autumn is simply the best season. The air is as crisp as the apples that are now in season, the lawn doesn't need so much work, and pumpkin spice is the ubiquitous flavor and fragrance from now until Black Friday.

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Forgive the Homer Simpson moment, but, "Mmmmmmm, pumpkin." Orange is my favorite color and Halloween my favorite holiday, so is it any wonder that pumpkins are a favorite fruit? So, naturally, I have a few tips for those wanting to pick the perfect pumpkin:

First off, if at all possible, go to a farm, not a store. The reasons are many and you've heard most of them, plus there are quite a few spots to choose from throughout Hamilton County. (See below for places for picking.)

Bigger isn't always better. It depends on the look you're going for, but assuming you're thinking about a standard Jack-O-Lantern, you want it large enough to have a nice carving surface area, but no so large that you loose a limb or break a toe in the process. And by all means, do not just grab it by the stem! Be sure to cradle at least one arm beneath the pumpkin so the stem doesn't snap.

Speaking of the stem, make sure it's not dry and brittle. That would mean the pumpkin is past its prime. If you can't pick your own, at east look for a stem that still is greenish in color. That way, as long as you don't carve it too early, you can be sure it will hold up until Halloween and retain its yummy, edible seeds.

Avoid the mush! If your fingers can press into what should be a very firm rind, pass it up. You Pumpkin Blog SHannah #2don't want to try putting a candle into a moldy ball of decomposing pumpkin. It isn't pretty.

Shape matters. Of course, it depends on what sort of design you're looking to create, but a lovely symmetrical "pumpkin shape" without deep grooves is an ideal standard for a Jack-O-Lantern. However, if you plan on a ghoulish face or seek something in particular, it's pretty easy to find them with a flat, bumpy side where the fruit didn't see the sun. (Check those areas in particular for a soft or mushy area before choosing.)

Heavy for its size and firm is good no matter what you're planning for your pumpkin. And a lovely, uniform shade of orange is best. These are are especially nice if you want to decorate with, but not carve, your pumpkin. That way, you can enjoy its beauty for a few weeks and still eat it when the time comes.

Pick your pumpkin up and turn it all around looking for the above-mentioned things.

Finally, set it on a flat surface and see if it will sit pretty for you. Do this again just before carving to pick the right spot for your design. It's no fun to spend time creating a masterpiece only to find it falls over or sits crooked or something.

Despite all of these tips, beauty truly is in the eye of the beholder, and with all of the different varieties available, you might just find that your perfect pumpkin has unique lumps and bumps or some oddly un-pumpkin-colored color. And that's OK too.

Spencer Farm Pumpkin


Where to pick your pumpkin

In Hamilton County, we are blessed with numerous farmer's markets and, better yet, actual farms where you can immerse yourself in the season for an afternoon and find the pumpkin o' your dreams:

Russell Farms Pumpkin Patch: 12290 E. 191st Street, Noblesville, IN

Spencer Farm: 7177 E. 161st Street, Noblesville, IN

Stuckey Farm Market: 19975 Hamilton Boone Rd., Sheridan, IN

Stonycreek Farm: 11366 State Rd 38, Noblesville, IN

Your September 24-30 Hamilton County Getaway is Closer Than you Think!

Sep 24, 2015 by Hamilton County Tourism

This fabulous first weekend of fall is packed with fun things to do in Hamilton County, IN! From a German beer garden to international art and pumpkin picking, there is something that the whole family can enjoy. Read on for great ideas and check out our online calendar for even more fall fun.

Northside Nights Restaurant Week
September 21 - October 4
Participating Hamilton County Restaurants

Over 10 Hamilton County eateries are participating in this fall's installation of Northside Nights. The restaurants will offer special menus and pricing, including price fixe menus for $30 per person or per couple. It's a great way to try several great eats!

Fishers Oktoberfest blurb

Fishers Oktoberfest @ Saxony
September 25 - 26
Noblesville, Indiana

It's time again to celebrate the German festival of Oktoberfest. Try German food, cheers in the beer garden and enjoy live music. There will be vendors and a kids area as well with lots of activities for all.

18th Annual Carmel International Arts FestivalCarmel International Arts Fest
September 26 - 27
Carmel, Indiana

Over 135 juried artists will line the streets of the Carmel Arts & Design District for this annual celebration of international culture and arts. Browse the booths containing all types of art from jewelry to photography and taste foods from all over the world. Best of all, it's free to attend!

"Nickel Plate Arts Speakeasy" Anniversary Fundraiser
September 26
Noblesville, Indiana

Support the local arts scene with a fun and fabulous roaring twenties fundraiser. The historic R. L. Wilson House in Noblesville will be transformed into a jazz party with live music, tasty eats and an exclusive silent art auction. Secure your tickets today.

Atlanta New Earth Festival
September 26 - 27
Atlanta, Indiana

Every year since 1973, the little town of Atlanta has welcomed thousands of visitors for the annual New Earth Festival. Explore the streets that will be packed with over 600 vendors for everything from crafts to antiques and unique foods. Admission is free.

Smithsonian's Museum Day Live!
September 26
Fishers, Indiana

Did you know that Conner Prairie is Indiana's only Smithsonian Affiliate museum? Celebrate Saturday with free admission! Download your free ticket at, present it at the gate and your day of historical fun will be free of charge.

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Stonycreek Farm's 43rd Annual Pumpkin Harvest Festival
September 26 - October 31
Noblesville, Indiana

Stock up on fall fun at the annual festival of all things fall at Stonycreek Farm. From hayrides to pumpkin picking and pony rides, it's a family fun time for all. Pick out a pumpkin, mums and more in the gift shop or take a hayride to pick your own.

Twilight Trail Run & Walk
September 26
Noblesville, Indiana

Jog through some of the prettiest landscapes in Hamilton County during this unique run/walk event. Held at Strawtown Koteewi Park, this event includes a 10K, 5K and a walking route.

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Fishers Renaissance Faire Conquers New Lands

Sep 22, 2015 by Sarah Buckner


Fishers Ren Faire new


For the 11th year, Hamilton County will be home to the very fun, unforgettable Fishers Renaissance Faire. Over the years, I have made the trip to the RenFaire and enjoyed the people, the sights, the games, and the food - but have always experienced the event as a casual observer. This year I wanted to attend knowing what was new, what I just could not miss, and what had changed, so I spoke with the man in charge, Adam Fivush, to get a few insider details on the 2015 festival.

What would you tell a new visitor to the RenFaire to make sure to check out?

Don't miss the only full contact non-choreographed joust in Indiana. At 5:30 each day, don't miss the end of day pub sing- it is great fun!

Ren Faire Jousting


What would inside tip would you give to a new or returning visitor?

We have a lot of new shows this year inlcuding an interactive cooking show, a fast, frenzied one-man tour of Shakespeare, a magic show, dragon lore, a comedy, an Elizabethan game show, and sing-alongs. For those patrons who haven't been to the faire in a number of years, this is the year to return!

The RenFaire is moving to Klipsch Music Center in 2015, besides the change in location, what is new this year?

New This Year: AT THE GATE ONLY (no advanced), family pack of tickets: 2 Adults, 3 Children for $25 (normally $39 at the gate.....a big savings)

Also New This Year: Veterans and Current Service Men and Women are only $5 with valid military photo ID OR a DD-214 (with a picture ID)
at the GATE only. Thank you for your service! (special deal not good
for dependents).

Ren Faire Characters

Visit the Renaissance Faire yourself for fall fun! Event details:

October 3-4, 2015
10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
Klipsch Music Center
12880 East 146th Street, Noblesville, IN 46060

Take time to visit the 2015 Renaissance Faire, it is an experience you will not soon forget. For more information on this, and all the other amazing fall festivals, visit the online calendar.

Enter to win tickets to experience the Ren Faire for yourself! We'll award 2 prize packs that include faire admission ticket codes for 4 and an overnight stay at the Baymont Inn & Suites in Fishers. Enter here:

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The Coziest Comfort Foods for Fall

Sep 17, 2015 by Caroline Mosey

Most people are sad to see summer go, but I'm not one of them. By this time every year, I'm absolutely dying to put on a hoodie, watch the Colts get back to business and fill my lungs with crisp, cooler air.

I'm also ready to switch up my eating game. We gave our Weber grill an absolute run for it's money this summer and I'm looking forward to heading back into the kitchen to start simmering and braising again. Fall brings back our cravings for comfort foods, and lucky for us all, there's no shortage of comforting dishes in Hamilton County!

Upland Mac n Cheese


One of our family's favorite places to get our comfort food fix is the Upland Carmel Tap House. They have an excellent mix of meat-based and vegetarian options that will comfort you down to your toes. We always order their macaroni and cheese because it's-and I'm not exaggerating here-the best version I've ever tasted. Penne pasta is tossed with a heavenly mixture of cheeses, fresh cream, garlic and their own Upland Wit and served with a toasted baguette. (The first time we got it, I ordered it for my son and ended up eating it all because I couldn't stop) We also love their soft pretzel twists that become even more amazing dunked in house made pimento cheese spread. On our last trip, we ordered the Bad Elmer's Burger made with local buffalo, cheddar, bacon and BBQ sauce infused with their own Bad Elmer's Porter. And the winning comfort dish of the evening was the Three Lil' Pigs-a sandwich stacked with pork tenderloin, local pulled pork, bacon and smoked Gouda. We, of course, washed everything down with a couple of beers. Because when at Upland Tap House...

Upland 3 pigs


And the comfort doesn't stop there. Divvy dishes up creamy portions of corn crème brûlée with a jalapeño kick. The Local Eatery and Pub serves chicken and crawfish gumbo with spicy Andouille sausage for the ultimate comfort feast. You can't beat the chicken and homemade dumplings at Courtney's Kitchen. A bowl of spicy Box Car Chili at Nickel Plate Bar and Grill will take the chill off any fall night. And Lisa's Pie Shop makes the epitome of comfort in sliced, sugary form: peanut buttercream pie.

Courtney's Kitchen Dumplings


There are so many tasty, local ways to hit the comfort spot in your belly this season! What are some of your favorites?

Your September 17-23 Hamilton County Getaway is Closer Than you Think!

Sep 16, 2015 by Hamilton County Tourism

Get a dose of culture, softball, shopping and even chocolate this weekend in Hamilton County, IN thanks to many festivals and events. Read on for great ideas to fill your weekend plans with and check out the online calendar of Hamilton County events for even more.

Chocolate Trail
September 17
Noblesville, Indiana

Shop and sample your way through downtown Noblesville during this fun evening. Participating shops will offer a "passport" brochure, visit each location to get yours stamped and sample a chocolate treat too. Visit the after party at the Thursday Market for food and a chance at prizes.


St. George Fest

St. George Festival
September 18-19
Fishers, Indiana

Take a trip to the Middle East without having to leave Hamilton County. Experience delicious Middle Eastern food, cool culture, dancing traditions and more during this annual festival. Admission is free and parking is just 5 bucks!


Carmel on Canvas: 2nd Annual Plein Air Paint Out
September 18 - 20
Carmel, Indiana

Art is all around and now you can see it being created right before your eyes. Head to the Carmel Arts & Design District to see over 50 artists working in their element- outside! After all, plein air means in the open air.

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Harvest Festival at Blackhawk Winery & Vineyard
September 19
Sheridan, Indiana

Help Blackhawk Winery celebrate their fall harvest with vendors, live music and of course wine. There will be special events for adults and kids alike, including a grape stomp. You can even get your jog on before sipping wine by participating in the Red, White & Rose 5K.

Noblesville Preservation Alliance Tour of Historic Homes
September 19
Noblesville, Indiana

Take a peek into some of Noblesville's most beautiful historic homes and buildings during this year's tour. 8 private residences and cultural sites are on the tour. Maps and tickets are available at the Hamilton County Museum of History on the square.


Old Mill Festival
September 19
Noblesville, Indiana

Art and craft vendors will line the Noblesville Square for this fun festival. Shop around in these pop-up shops and the brick and mortar stores for great deals and vintage finds.


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Tour de Carmel
September 19
Carmel, Indiana

Hop on your bike and go! This cycling event provides a ride for all skill levels and is family friendly too. There will be rest stops along the route and a grand finale with fun activities. You can even register the day-of until 9:30 a.m.

College Game Day Presented by Bullpen Tournaments
September 20
Westfield, Indiana

See 14 collegiate softball teams battle it out on the diamonds at Grand Park this Sunday. Teams from the Big 10, Big East, MAC, Horizon League and more will be up to bat and the public is invited. From Ball State to Valparaiso, Notre Dame, and IUPUI, some of the best teams in the state will be represented and each will play at least one game.

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Discover fabulous fibers & other finds in Hamilton County

Sep 15, 2015 by Kate Burkhardt

Craft a weekend getaway fit for a quilting queen in Hamilton County, IN.

Always in Stitches fabrics

Start with brunch at Rosie's Place on the historic Noblesville Square. Local favorites include fluffy, brown sugar oatmeal pancakes or farm style eggs Benedict. Be sure to grab one of Rosie's famous gooey butter cookies to go on your way out! 

Next, find some inspiration at several antique, artisan and clothing boutiques Quilt Sampler Magazinearound the square. Stop by Logan Village Mall, a sprawling gallery of antiques, home décor, jewelry and even a vintage candy. A Corner Cottage and Karisma are your shops for cute, quirky and quaint clothing and gifts. 

Stop in at the Nickel Plate Arts campus to browse galleries of local art in two of Hamilton County's oldest restored homes. Exhibits rotate each month, so guests are guaranteed a new experience every time they visit. Check out the second floor to watch local artists at work in their studios!

Find your fibers, sewing machines, thread and more from Always in Stitches - recently featured in Quilt Sampler magazine. Weave in more shopping at Tabby Tree Weaver in Arcadia, Quilt Expressions in Fishers and Quilt Quarters in Carmel.

Springtime in IN

Grab a late lunch or early dinner from local dining hotspots like Matteo's Ristorante, Asian Grill, Alexander's on the Square or Ginger's Café (right next to Always in Stitches). For a meal with a view, head a few minutes north of Noblesville to Key West-inspired Lazy Frogg restaurant on Morse Reservoir in Cicero.

Get the gals together to start stitching at Maple Lane Inn in Arcadia, a bed-and-breakfast that was once a scrapbooking getaway venue. Maple Lane Inn sleeps 10 and has plenty of room for everyone to craft their next masterpiece!

A quilting getaway is "sew" much closer than you think!

Hamilton County Fall Bucket List

Sep 10, 2015 by Kate Burkhardt

Let's face it. We've all had great intentions to get out and take advantage of fall activities as temperatures cool and leaves turn, only to wake up one morning and realize Christmas is next week. Don't let this fall be a fail! We've curated a list of 15 things worth being on your fall bucket list this year:

1. Sample the best chili in the state at the Chili Cook Off in the Park: People's Choice at Red Bridge Park in Cicero (Sept. 19)

2. Try a Bit o' Honey latte (Amaretto syrup, honey, espresso and steamed milk) at Soho Café and Gallery for your fall caffeine fix

3. Create a comic strip while watching local comic book artists race against the clock to complete an entire book in 10 hours at Comic Book in a Day (October 3)

CP from above


4. Instagram a photo of fall colors from 300+ feet up in the balloon at Conner Prairie

5. Propose a toast for one of the winners of Indiana's only official beard competition (that we know of) at Beards and Brews on the "hipstoric" Noblesville square- and drink up from the selection of local craft beers (October 24)


Westfield Ghost Walk Cemetery


6. Test out your paranormal discovery skills at a Nefarious Noblesville or Westfield Historic Underground Railroad Ghost Walk (dates and times vary)

7. Find a favorite piece of artwork from one of the 130+ juried artists at the Carmel International Arts Festival (Sept. 26-27)


Hamilton Harvest Train / Pumpkin Train


8. Take a train ride to pick a pumpkin via the Hamilton Harvest Train

9. Pick from 15 varieties of apples at Stuckey's Farm Market. Bonus points for baking your own apple pie using the fruits of your labor!

10. Watch Molotov the Gypsy swallow knives and fire at the Fishers Renaissance Faire - but don't try it at home, please. (Oct. 3-4)

11. Try the 1802 pale ale from Heady Hollow, Hamilton County's newest craft brewery in Fishers

12. Bite into a pearlescent caramel apple (apple dipped in caramel and Belgian white chocolate) in celebration of the Apple Store at Conner Prairie's 30th anniversary

Rail Epicurian Market


13. Try a hyper-seasonal menu item at Rail Epicurean Market or The Local

14. Pick up a donut and a cup of local Julian Coffee Roasters coffee from Square Donuts and take a "leaf peeping" trek on the Monon Trail

15. Fire an ear of corn into a pond using Stonycreek Farms' cob cannon

Have an idea we didn't list? We'd love to hear your Hamilton County fall "must do's"! Add yours in the comment section below. 

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