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Tenderloin Tuesday: A Lesson Learned at Erika’s Place

Jul 21, 2016 by Andrea Davis

When you live just a mile from a bar that makes one of Indiana’s 10 best tenderloin sandwiches, it’s hard to make the case for experimentation. So even though I’ve meant to explore more of Hamilton County’s Tenderloin Trail, my taste buds always steer me to the same spot.

TenderloinThat is, until an assignment from Hamilton County Tourism sent me to Erika’s Place in Westfield. If I’ve been missing out on tenderloin this good, I need to expand my horizons! (If only that didn’t mean I’ll also need to expand my pants.)

Located in the heart of downtown Westfield, Erika’s serves breakfast and lunch in a friendly, no-frills atmosphere. I stopped just before noon on a Friday while in between meetings and got a seat right away, but there was a short wait when I left about 45 minutes later.

Everything on the menu looked good, but I knew what I wanted: the homemade, hand-breaded tenderloin ($5.99) marked with a star to signify its status as one of Erika’s signature items. I added a side of “frips,” thick, house-made potato chips, for 99 cents.

I had second thoughts about the chips when the server delivered my platter of pork—a thick expanse of golden brown delight spread across both halves of its sesame seed bun. Clearly a doggy bag was in my future.

After a brief strategy session, I employed the “divide and conquer” technique to attack my prey, cutting the tenderloin down the middle and stacking the two halves on top of each other. The mayonnaise I put on the bun probably counteracted the lettuce and onion, but at least the plant kingdom was represented in a small way. 

TenderloinThe rest of my meal is a hazy blur of happy memories: the tasty, crunchy breading surrounding succulent pork, the soft bun providing a nice contrast in texture, the occasional vinegary kick from a swipe of mustard.

Before long, I had a mostly empty plate and a twinge of regret that I hadn’t given the frips their due. Oh, I’d nibbled a few when they first arrived, still warm from the fryer, but after a few bites of my sandwich I knew I needed to make a choice.

The leftovers made it to my car, but not all the way home. Turns out frips make a nice post-meeting snack—and they’re easy to eat while driving. I’ll keep that in mind next time I leave my comfort zone for a trip down the Tenderloin Trail.

Erika’s Place has two Hamilton County locations: 102 S. Union St. in Westfield and 40 W. Jackson St. in Cicero.  They are among the 20 restaurants offering special deals through July 26 as Hamilton County, IN, celebrates Tenderloin Tuesdays along its Tenderloin Trail. Follow #TenderloinTuesday to see all the tasty tenderloins. Plus, tag your own pictures on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #TenderloinTuesday for your chance to win tasty gift cards!

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Hamilton County Happenings - July 20

Jul 20, 2016 by Hamilton County Tourism

This week, celebrate Indiana’s Bicentennial in musical format, eat fried food at the fair and more. Be sure to check out our online calendar for even more Hamilton County happenings!


Hamilton County 4-H Fair
July 21 - 26
4-H Fairgrounds | Noblesville, Indiana
Fair season is back. Expect animals, food, exhibits by 4-H members and fun for the entire family. Admission and parking are free.


 Grand Run

Festivities at Grand Park
July 21 - 23
Grand Park | Westfield, Indiana

In celebration of the new events center, enjoy an indoor festival with bounce houses, carnival games, movies and food. Come back Saturday to participate in the Grand Run 5K.



Dave Matthews Band
July 22 - 23
Klipsch Music Center | Noblesville, Indiana

Enhance your concert experience at the Supper Club, where local chefs prepare seasonal dishes. Tickets include VIP parking.


Marsh Symphony on the Prairie: Music of Billy Joel and Elton John
July 22 - 23
Conner Prairie | Fishers, Indiana

Handpicked by Billy Joel, Grammy and Tony award nominee Michael Cavanaugh has been dubbed the New Voice of the American Rock & Roll Songbook. The charismatic piano vocalist brings his talents to the prairie.



2016 Songbook Academy Finals
July 23
The Palladium | Carmel, Indiana

High School vocalists from around the country auditioned to attend the weeklong Songbook Academy™, where they learn from world-class mentors and founder of the Great American Songbook Foundation, Michael Feinstein. Listen to these students compete to be Songbook Youth Ambassador.


 Indiana the Musical

“Indiana - the Musical”
July 24
The Historic Ambassador House and Heritage Gardens | Fishers, Indiana

Performed by Nickel Plate Players, this bicentennial musical is the product of ten local writers who sifted through 200 years of significant historical events and weaved them into a performance like none other.


Tenderloin Tuesday

Tenderloin Tuesday
July 26
Various participating Hamilton County restaurants

Celebrate the tenderloin this summer by going to a participating restaurant on Tuesdays to take advantage of their specials for this Hoosier food! Don't miss Tenderloin Tuesdays running July 26. Visit for specials from participating Tenderloin Trail locations.



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Beer 101 with Mathew Muncy of Indiana on Tap

Jul 19, 2016 by Luis Ruvalcaba

People assume I know a lot about beer because I drink a lot. Not true. The truth is, I know very little. I know that I like beer and some beers taste better than others. That's about as full as my glass gets. If you’re looking for real beer knowledge, look no further. I recently got hooked up with an actual beer expert, Mathew Muncy from Indiana on Tap and asked the hard-hitting questions I came up with after a enjoying a pint or two. Here's what I learned:

Mathew MuncyTell me about yourself and your credentials. Why beer?

I am the managing editor for, the largest Indiana craft beer website. I went to school for journalism, hoping to one day be a sports writer. Sports never worked out—got tired of writing about local Indiana teams constantly losing—so I looked elsewhere and stumbled upon Indiana on Tap. I was never a fan of Bud Light, Coors Light, etc., so when I discovered Sun King after college I became hooked on craft beer. My love of craft beer grew from there, and there’s not too many negative stories to write about in the beer industry.

Yes, beer is always also good to me, unlike sports. The next question is probably obvious - what's your favorite HC local brew, why and where can I get it?

There are some great breweries located in Hamilton County. I’ve had my fair share of beer from all 12, and they all brew good beer. However, Deviate Brewing is hands down my favorite brewery in Hamilton County. They don’t just brew good beer; they brew great beer. Every time I go to Deviate, I know they will have a new beer I haven’t tried, and I know it will be a winner. I think the biggest factor is they don’t rest on “house” beers, but instead brew many “experimental” beers that all seem to work perfectly. As far as I know, you can only get their beer at their brewery.

That’s one brewery I will have to try! Lately there has been a big surge in local micro brewing. How have you felt this influenced HC?

Danny BoyThe beer industry growth in the market has been interesting to watch. It seems like every six months a new brewery is opening somewhere in the county, and that’s definitely not a bad thing. It’s hard for me to say the beer industry has influenced Hamilton County, and I think it may be the other way around. As more businesses move into Hamilton County, it means more people from the surrounding counties are finding their way there as well. Grabbing drinks after work is pretty common, and people want to go someplace near their office. As long as more businesses continue moving into Hamilton County, then we can expect more breweries to continue opening in the county as well.

Lastly, how would you describe Hamilton County beer profile or style? Does it have one?

I wouldn’t say there are distinct profiles, for the most part. Certain breweries, especially the ones in Northern Indiana, are brewing unconventional beers and making a name for themselves for it. However, that doesn’t seem to be as common in Central Indiana. The two biggest names in Hamilton County, I would argue, are Sun King and Upland; two breweries that are secondary, having started outside of Hamilton County. Most of true Hamilton County breweries are still young, so I think it may be a while before we see a trend in specific flavors or styles coming from those breweries.

Well much like my four kids, I can’t wait to watch them all grow up! Thanks for your time, Mathew!

SKBHopefully you’ve enjoyed Mathew’s insights about beer in Hamilton County. Head to one of the below breweries to enjoy and don't forget to share on Instagram and Twitter with us at @VisitHamiltonCo by tagging #VisitHC! Cheers!

Barley Island Brewing Company - Noblesville
Danny Boy Beer Works - Carmel
Deer Creek Brewery - Noblesville
Deviate Brewing - Indianapolis
Grand Junction Brewing Co. - Westfield
Heady Hollow Brewing Company - Fishers
Sun King Tap Room and Small Batch Brewery
- Fishers
Union Brewing Company - Carmel
Upland Brewing Co. - Carmel

The Terrific Tenderloin of Courtney's Kitchen

Jul 14, 2016 by Luis Ruvalcaba

Courtney's KitchenOnce upon a time, tenderloin meant special occasion, spending money and select cuts of beef. I used to think tenderloin meant beef and only beef. Filet mignons, as many people refer to them, were too fancy for me. Tenderloins were pretentious. I didn't eat them. That was before this little piggy moved to Indiana.

Here in Indiana, pigs are plentiful. I imagine sometime long ago, a Hoosier looked out amongst his hogs and fields of corn and had his "aha" moment. And in this moment, the course of Indiana’s culinary history was changed forever.

After bacon, there is no cut of pork more delicious and succulent than the tenderloin. I’d wager there is no better way to serve it than pounded flat, seasoned to perfection, breaded in corn flour and fried to a crispy golden deliciousness. Topped with tomatoes, lettuce and onions and served on a hearty roll, this Indiana staple is the best thing since sliced bread. Tenderloin

If you're hankering for something tasty I recommend you hit up one of my favorite stops on the Tenderloin Trail here in Hamilton County. Courtney’s Kitchen, located in the heart of Noblesville, serves up one of the best.  Their motto is simple sustenance, and with the tenderloin, they deliver. It’s seasoned perfectly and not too heavy for a fried sandwich. The toppings CK serves up really offset the rich flavor of the meat and make this sandwich something you can sink your teeth into any time of year. Since it is pounded flat until its diameter measures roughly 9-10 inches, my method of tackling this tenderloin is the “divide and conquer.” That means I cut the meat in half and double stack it so it becomes manageable. 

Luis daughterCourtney's Kitchen also serves a mini-version of the classic on their kids menu, which is just a carefully crafted and tasty. Thus, Courtney’s Kitchen is one of the best places to introduce your kiddos to their first tenderloin. Sit on the patio with the family and watch the cars drive by Hipstoric downtown Noblesville. My suggestion is to split a sandwich and save some room for their amazing pies. 

I hope you enjoy it as much as we did! Don't forget to share your tasty tenderloin photos on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by tagging @VisitHamiltonCo along with #HCEats and #VisitHC. Happy dining!



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Summer is Still in Full Swing: Summer Bucket List V.3

Jul 14, 2016 by Katie Utken

We’ve come to the third and final installment of our Hamilton County, Indiana summer bucket list. But fret not – there is still plenty of time to enjoy the summer season before school is back in session. From festivals to outdoor recreation and more, we’ve got your guide for the last hurrahs of summer.

 Arts and Design

Get revved up at Artomobilia
Automotive lovers, start your engines for Artomobilia in the Carmel Arts & Design District on Saturday, August 27! View more than 400 collector cars from around the world with 15,000 car connoisseurs. Artomobilia combines an appreciation for art and design with the automobile.


Celebrate Greekfest
You don’t have to be Greek to join in on this festive celebration of Hellenic heritage. Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church hosts the annual Greekfest August 26 – 28, and admission is free. Enjoy authentic food, like spanakopita and baklava, along with live music and dancing. Shop the marketplace, or learn more about Greek culture through cooking demonstrations and church tours. Kids will love the face painting, bracelet making and puppet shows. Bring the whole family!


Bike, Walk or Roll
See Hamilton County from a different perspective by biking, walking or rolling on the Monon Trail. This paved pathway provides access to a number of restaurants and attractions in the county, like the Monon Center, the Center for the Performing Arts, Carmel Farmers Market, Bub’s Burgers & Ice Cream, SoHo Café and Gallery and more. Don’t have a set of wheels? Take a spin on a bike from the Zagster bike share to explore over 300 miles of trails.


 Lazy River

Cool off and splash around
It isn’t summer until you’ve spent the day poolside. Luckily, we have two great spots to do just that. At the Waterpark at the Monon Center, test out your surfboarding (and balance!) skills on the Flowrider, or summit the AquaClimb wall. Just want to float? Go at a slower speed on the lazy river. In Noblesville, splash around the Morse Beach Aqua Adventure Park. Kids will have a blast on the inflatables or building sand castles on the beach!

For even more ideas to plan your summer trip, watch Part 1 and Part 2 of our summer bucket list.  Don’t forget to share your adventures on social media by tagging @VisitHamiltonCo on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and using #VisitHC. Happy summer!

Hamilton County Happenings - July 13

Jul 13, 2016 by Hamilton County Tourism

This week, sip wine in the Carmel Arts & Design District, admire local work at the Fishers Art Crawl and more! Be sure to check out our online calendar for even more Hamilton County happenings!

 Monon Mixer

Monon Mixer
July 14
Carmel, Indiana

Join us for an exclusive, after-hours event at the Waterpark! Adults over 21 can enjoy the kids-free Waterpark while relaxing to live music, sipping wine in the cabanas, joining in a friendly pool volleyball game, floating along the lazy river, testing your balance on the FlowRider and more! Alcoholic beverages will be available for purchase. 

Movies in the Park

Movies in the Park: Hitch
July 15
Westfield, Indiana

Come out this summer with your family and friends to enjoy a free, relaxing evening under the stars to watch a good movie with good company! Movies will begin right after sunset, so start times will vary.


 Arts Crawl

Fishers Arts Crawl
July 15
Fishers, Indiana

Fishers Arts Council and the Nickel Plate Business Council are teaming up again to host the second Arts Crawl. Residents are encouraged to spend the evening in the Nickel Plate District enjoying local and regional talent before the AMP After Dark presented by Century 21 Scheetz features local artist, Jennie DeVoe. The self-guided art tour begins at 6 p.m. and includes stops at roughly 25 businesses throughout the Nickel Plate District.



Marsh Symphony on the Prairie: Movie Music of John Williams
July 15 - 16
Conner Prairie - Fishers, Indiana

The ISO performs the unforgettable hit movie music of John Williams, which include some of the most popular and recognizable film scores in cinematic history—“Jaws,” “Star Wars,” “Superman,” “Indiana Jones” series, “E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial” and “Jurassic Park.”


 Art of Wine

Art of Wine
July 16
Carmel, Indiana

Enjoy a summer evening experiencing vintages al fresco at Art of Wine, a can't-miss event in the Carmel Arts & Design District. This event features local and international wines, wine-related art, entertainment and special activities. The event is free to attend and adults over 21 are invited to enjoy unlimited wine tastings from participating wineries.


Rock Hall Three for All: Heart, Joan Jett & the Blackhearts and Cheap Trick
July 17
Klipsch Music Center - Noblesville, IN

Three of rock music's most iconic bands will hit the road together this summer on The Rock Hall Three For All Featuring Heart, Joan Jett & The Blackhearts and Cheap Trick. They take the stage at Klipsch Music Center this weekend!


Tenderloin Tuesday
July 19 - 26
Various participating Hamilton County restaurants

Celebrate the tenderloin this summer by going to a participating restaurant on Tuesdays to take advantage of their specials for this Hoosier food! Don't miss Tenderloin Tuesdays running July 19 and 26. View the website for specials from participating Tenderloin Trail locations.

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Make a Splash at the Morse Beach Aqua Adventure Park

Jul 12, 2016 by Mia Anderson

Need a way to cool down and relax this summer? Morse Park and Beach is just the place for you! You don’t have to travel to the coast to get the beach experience - it’s right outside your door. Morse Park and Beach in Noblesville boasts more than 23 acres of land, several parks and the Morse Beach Aqua Adventure Park.Morse

The Morse Beach Aqua Adventure Park is a unique water feature in Hamilton County that offers inflatables on the water, a swimming area on the Morse Reservoir and a small beach overlooking the reservoir. Kids splash, swim and laugh as they climb and jump on the inflatable structures floating on the water. There are three inflatables, which could remind any kid of the show "Wipeout": a climbing gym in the shape of a tall triangle with grips for children to hold onto as they try to reach the top; a giant slide that makes a huge splash; and a “dog bone” inflatable with two trampolines that is the ultimate test of balance.  The grins from ear-to-ear show just how much kids enjoy the Aqua Adventure Park.

Safety is of the upmost importance to Morse Beach. Children are given life vests to wear, because they prove to be safer than inflatable safety gear in preventing concussions and other hazards. At midday, all swimmers are instructed to vacate the water so they can drink water to be adequately hydrated and reapply sunscreen. The staff at Morse Beach even offers complimentary sunscreen to all visitors!

Morse ParkIf you and your family are interested in visiting Morse Beach and the Aqua Adventure Park, there are a few things to keep in mind. All-day admission to the beach is $4 per person (children two and under may enter for free). If children wish to take part in the Aqua Adventure inflatables, that requires an additional fee of $4 per person for an hour’s worth of play time (time slots are: 11:15 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:45 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.). The parks and grounds, with a sand volleyball court and an impressive 18-hole disc golf course, are free to roam around and include many shaded areas and shelters that are perfect for a family picnic! There is a concession stand on site that sells drinks and snacks, but families are encouraged to bring their own picnics to make a day of it.

The Morse Beach Aqua Adventure Park is open daily now through August 1 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., and on the weekend only from August 6 through Labor Day weekend. So, what are you waiting for? Be sure to spend a day exploring Morse Beach Aqua Adventure Park by swimming, playing in the sand, eating a picnic lunch and exploring all that the park has to offer!

Unique Ways to Celebrate the Bicentennial

Jul 08, 2016 by Emily Peterson

To honor Indiana's 200th birthday, we’ve compiled a list of unique and inexpensive ways that you can immerse yourself in the Bicentennial celebrations - some without even leaving your home!

BicentennialWatch the movie Hoosiers
“A coach with a checkered past and a local drunk train a small town high school basketball team to become a top contender for the championship.” What better way to celebrate Indiana than curling up with a movie that takes place here in the Hoosier heartland? Even better -it’s available to stream on Amazon for as little as $3.99.

Watch "The Office" in support of Fort Wayne native, actress Jenna Fischer
Love Netflix as much as I do? If you’re looking for your next Netflix binge watch, I suggest The Office. Not only is the show hilarious to watch, but the best part is that you can support Indiana native Jenna Fischer in her role as Pam Beasly.

Eat Orville Redenbacher popcorn
What’s a movie or TV marathon without some popcorn? Pick up some Orville Redenbacher popcorn on your next grocery shopping trip. Not only is the popcorn delicious, but you’re also celebrating Indiana because Orville’s roots trace back to Brazil, Indiana.

Paint Indiana-shaped pottery
Painting pottery has always been a fun summer activity. For many years, my family has gone to Kiln Creations in downtown Noblesville. In the spirit of Bicentennial celebration this summer I recommend visiting your local DIY pottery place and painting a cup or plate with a state of Indiana or in yellow and blue, Indiana’s state colors. Get creative! Tweet your creations to @VisitHamiltonCo to inspire others.

Create a bouquet of Indiana’s state flower, the peony
Looking for a way to brighten up your house? I suggest creating a bouquet with Indiana’s state flowers, the peony. At Seven Sisters florist, a small flower shop in Cicero, you can make your own bouquet or buy one premade. Oberers also has a section of premade bouquets on the website as well as a helpful section on how to make your own bouquet!

Lisa's PiesVisit Lisa’s Pie Shop for a slice of sugar cream pie, Indiana’s official state pie
If you’ve never been to Lisa's Pie Shop, why not head over for a slice of sugar cream pie, Indiana’s state pie? Be sure to check the website to see Lisa’s full selection of pies.

Plant a tulip tree
Planting trees is always a good idea, but why not plant a tulip tree? The tulip tree is Indiana’s official state tree. Not only is planting trees great for the environment, but a tulip tree will look great in your yard for many years to come.

For more information on how you can celebrate Indiana’s 200th birthday, visit our website and follow @VisitHamiltonCo on social media all year long!

Tenderloin Tuesday: A Taste Of Woodys Library Restaurant

Jul 07, 2016 by Jeanine Bobenmoyer

Alrighty Hoosiers: You’re about to retract my dedicated-citizen-of-Indiana card, so allow me to prepare my argument:
•    I’ve embraced our unusual dialect {“Ver-SALES” vs. “Ver-sigh,” “Stoo-BEN” vs. “STEW-ben,” etc}.
•    I’ve worked for our State Department – ask me anything about the Indiana State Park system!
•    I’ve even started to discern the difference between IndyCar and NASCAR.

TenderloinBut I have never, in my 14 years of visiting Indiana, nor in my five years of residency, eaten a tenderloin sandwich. Should I allow that to sink in for a moment? Are you thinking back to the countless tenderloins you have consumed, wondering how on earth I could call myself a Hoosier?

Well thankfully, the incredible folks at Hamilton County Tourism took mercy on me and sent me out to devour my first at Woodys Library Restaurant of Carmel. As we were seated, I smiled because our view from the outdoor deck was of… the Hamilton County Tourism offices. Almost as if they were cheering me on in my new adventure.

Now, I’ve also never visited Woodys, which was a fascinating opportunity as well. Originally dedicated as Carmel’s public library in 1914, the structure itself is historic and worthy of a quick tour through the dining room.

But back to the tenderloin – I was shocked to be the only member of my family to order one. I’ve seen their massive profile: Normal-sized bun, lettuce and tomato, huge piece of breaded pork violating the size of the plate and then some.  So when our dinner came out and mine was still in the kitchen, it whet my appetite even more. Woodys quickly apologized as apparently another server had well, served my sandwich to a different table. The wait was on and they didn’t disappoint with the second attempt: Bun, check. Tomato/lettuce, check. Breaded meat, double check. Woodys

“Do you put any kind of sauce on this?” I quickly whispered to my father-in-law.
“Just a little mayonnaise,” he smiled.

And we were off. So while my purview on what-makes-a-fabulous-tenderloin right now only consists of one entry in the category, I must say that as I took a bite, a felt something gratifying take over: I was one step closer to being officially promoted to “Hoosier.”

Woodys Library Restaurant is located at 40 E. Main Street in downtown Carmel. Hamilton County is celebrating Tenderloin Tuesdays from June 28 - July 26 along the Tenderloin Trail in Hamilton County, IN. Follow #TenderloinTuesday to see all the tasty tenderloins. Plus, tag your own pictures on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram with #TenderloinTuesday for your chance to win tasty gift cards!


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Hamilton County Happenings - July 6

Jul 06, 2016 by Hamilton County Tourism

Listen to music or watch a movie under the stars, dance on the streets and more this week in Hamilton County. Be sure to check out our online calendar for even more Hamilton County happenings!

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Movies in the Park: The Lego Movie
July 8
Carmel, Indiana

What’s better than watching a movie in the theaters? A movie under the stars! Pack up the family, grab your snacks and enjoy the fresh air while you watch a movie on the big screen! Movies begin at sundown. Refreshments will be available for purchase.
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Luke Bryan at Klipsch Music Center
July 8 - 9
Noblesville, Indiana

See Luke Bryan perform with Little Big Town and Dustin Lynch as he comes to Klipsch for not one, but two shows. Make it an experience by purchasing tickets to the all new Supper Club!
Marsh Symphony on the Prairie: All Mozart
July 8 - 9
Fishers, Indiana

Let the music of Mozart move you as David Danzmayr conducts his famous works, including the Overture to The Abduction from the Seraglio and Symphony No. 36 (“Linz”). Called “precociously gifted” by Gramophone magazine, Caroline Goulding performs Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 3 in G major.
 Street Dance 25th Annual Noblesville Street Dance
July 9
Noblesville, Indiana

Noblesville Main Street will hold the 25th annual Noblesville Street Dance on the historic courthouse square on Saturday, July 11, from 4 p.m. - 11 p.m. Admission is free and the event is open to the public. Riverview Health and the City of Noblesville will serve as the title sponsors of this year's event. At 4 p.m. the dancing begins with house music and then at 5 p.m., Noblesville DJ Gene Ott will start the evening on the main stage to get the crowd moving!
 Cabela's Cabela’s Family Outdoor Adventure Day
July 9
Noblesville, Indiana

Mark your calendars for Cabela's Family Outdoor Adventure Day with the USSA Foundation. Cabela's dedicates this day to celebrate and pass on our outdoor heritage to youth of all ages. Youth will enjoy archery, pellet shooting, fishing and much more.
 Mud Day Mud Day
July 9
Fishers, Indiana

Mud Day is back and messier than ever! Once again, we’ll combine 20 tons of soil and over 50,000 gallons of water to create a giant mud pit at Cyntheanne Park, where children can compete for an opportunity to be crowned King or Queen Mud! Kona Ice will be selling shaved ice during the event and a DJ will spin some of summer’s top hits.
 Tenderloin Tuesday Tenderloin Tuesday
July 12 - 26
Various participating Hamilton County restaurants

Celebrate the tenderloin this summer by going to a participating restaurant on Tuesdays to take advantage of their specials for this Hoosier food! Don't miss Tenderloin Tuesdays running June 28 and July 5, 12, 19, 26. View the website for specials from participating Tenderloin Trail locations.

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