In Hamilton County, Indiana blue skies and fresh greens mean golf season is here again. Whether you’re a drive or a put away from Hamilton County’s nearly 300 holes, you can make a golf outing a getaway with easy online booking powered by GolfNow.

When Midwest Living editor Trevor Meers visited Nickel Plate Arts in Noblesville, Indiana, he said, “The mellow siren song of Nickel Plate Arts in Noblesville nearly derailed our itinerary.” Between the sweet sounds of the local band playing acoustic and the mesmerizing art displays, it’s easy to spend an afternoon or evening exploring all that Nickel Plate Arts has to offer.

There’s no better month than February to fall in love with a new brew. Located north of Indy, Hamilton County is home to more than 20 traditional breweries and gastropubs that serve beer.

We’re declaring this the month of beer in Hamilton County: Febrewary. Read below to find the brew that will make your heart hoppy.

Never have a boring weekend again. Mark your calendar for these events happening in February in Hamilton County, Indiana - located just north of Indy. Read below to see five can't-miss events this month and more to add to your calendar.


It’s the perfect time to discover a new restaurant or visit an old favorite, because Devour Indy presented by Faegre Baker Daniels returns Jan. 22 – Feb. 4, 2018.  More than 200 restaurants are participating in Indy’s City Wide Dining Experience, offering three-course, value-priced menus. No coupon or ticket is needed – simply visit the eatery of your choosing and ask for the special Devour menu.

Devour Indy’s lineup includes a number of north side options, including 23 restaurants in Hamilton County.  See the full list below, make a reservation and start planning how you’ll devour all that they have to offer!

Wine slushies. Champagne on tap. Cider. Red and white wines. Hoppy beer.

Whatever you’re in the mood for, Urban Vines is a one-stop shop for local beverages for a date night or girls’ night.

Urban Vines Winery & Brewing Co. is in Westfield, Indiana, located north of Indy and easily accessible from US-31.

See what’s brewing and learn more to start planning a night out.

“They have one of the best performing arts campuses in Hamilton County that you'll see anywhere in the country ... It's one of the most beautiful theaters I've ever gotten a chance to be in.” -Trevor Meers, editor of Midwest Living

Simply put, the Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana, which includes the renowned Palladium concert hall, is a must-see for performing arts and architecture lovers in the Midwest. And the best way to experience it in all its acoustic and visual glory is to see a performance.

Learn more about this one-of-a-kind venue before you go to see a show.

Poké (pronounced “poh-kay”) has arrived in central Indiana. The traditional Hawaiian dish gained popularity in California and has made its way to the Midwest.

Dave Tang and Brinna Voege are the co-founders of Main Street Poké, which opened on Main Street in the Carmel Arts & Design District last summer. After just a few months, they opened a second location in Fishers’ Nickel Plate District.

The largest outdoor amphitheater in Indiana, previously known as Klipsch Music Center, celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2018. This is the first year it's known as Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center. Music acts are already announcing tour stops in Hamilton County, Indiana for summer 2018.

Below is a list of the concerts confirmed for the 2018 concert schedule at Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center in Noblesville, Indiana - just north of Indy.