Posts from September 2018

Whether its a soaring symphony inside the 1,600 seat Palladium concert hall or a more intimate performance at the Studio or Tarkington, there's a show for you on this year's schedule. Acts include jazz, classical, country and more.

Below is a month-by-month breakdown of the 2018-2019 performances scheduled at The Center for the Performing Arts in Carmel, Indiana.

Never have a boring weekend again. Mark your calendar for these events happening in October 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.

As soon as the snow cover melts, we’ll don stocking caps, thermal underwear and even snow boots to play golf. After all, whether it is a new driver or swing tips from binging on Golf Channel, we enter the New Year with hope.

In the spring, reality hits: a rickety golf swing, unpredictable ball flight and scorecards that require larger computations. Golfers spend the spring season dining out on old memories. It is comparable to a cup of coffee with an old love, which is usually disappointing. Conversely, autumnal spender on the fairways is a lyrical melody. A cool breeze replaces heavy humidity, and a grooved swing tightens our shot dispersion. Life is good.

It seems the second the weather drops below 70 degrees, fall is in full effect with pumpkin spice everything and caramel apples. The quintessential autumn activity is spending a crisp fall afternoon at a pumpkin patch, picking the perfect one to adorn your porch.

Here are four pumpkin patches in Hamilton County, Indiana where you can get your fall fix with friends and family.

Pancakes. Quiche. Breakfast tacos. Eggs benedict. Hungry yet?

Rosie’s Place opened its doors on the square in downtown Noblesville in 2010 and quickly became a local favorite, with the charming vintage interior featuring exposed brick walls. With plans to open a Carmel location in late September 2018 at Olivia on Main, the love for Rosie’s keeps growing.