Author: Lindsay Parker Williams
Lindsay Parker Williams has lived in Indiana for more than 15 years and you'll often find her taking a new way home just to see what new adventures await. She's been known to drag her husband and two boys along in a never ending quest for the next new hike or the perfect ice cream cone, usually without much complaint. When not exploring, you can often find her cheering for her beloved Butler Bulldogs or hopelessly searching for a quiet spot in her house to curl up with a book. Follow her personal blog: http://www.letmegiveyousomeadvice.com/.

Perhaps you’ve discovered you have a young Picasso in your house? Are you running out of canvases (or walls) for your budding artist to decorate? Downtown Noblesville is full of opportunities for you and your kids to spend time together while creating a new masterpiece. From mosaics to mobiles and pottery to paintbrushes, there are plenty of opportunities for creative expression all-around town.

Perhaps your family is finally starting to get over the last of the winter sniffles or your running shoes are calling to you from their place in the closet. Maybe it’s the extra hour of daylight in the evening or your local pub sweeping off their outdoor patio. Whatever it is, it’s the sound of spring calling to you and you’re ready to pack up your parka and explore. I love the awakening of a new season, especially one that beckons me outside to discover unknown places and spring in Hamilton County is the perfect time to add a few new adventures to my bucket list.

Whether your new year’s resolution involved supporting the arts or exploring new places, checking out The Center for The Performing Arts in Carmel, IN should be at the top of your list. What better escape from the chill of winter than a performance in one of their three world-class spaces, including the Palladium, The Tarkington, and The Studio Theater? Below are some of our top tips to get you ready for an evening at one of Hamilton County’s best arts and culture venues.