Category - Carmel, Indiana

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.

Are you someone who can’t get enough of cooking competition shows? Seeks out Martha Stewart’s tips and tricks for party planning, home décor and beyond? Enjoys good food, complemented by beer, wine and spirits?

Then block off the afternoon of Sept. 29, 2018 on your calendar and make plans to be at Clay Terrace in Carmel, Indiana for the IndyStar Wine & Food Experience, brought to you by Martha Stewart.

Five Must-Try Fall Festival Foods

Tuesday, August 7, 2018 by Katie Utken

There are many foods fondly associated with the fall season - looking at you, pumpkin spice. But fall means festival season in Hamilton County, and beyond arts, culture and entertainment these festivals also serve up good eats. We rounded up a list of the top five foods you should try this fall at festivals in Hamilton County, Indiana.

When you dream about the perfect patio to spend a summer or fall evening, it probably looks like this. A place where the locals are regulars, but newcomers are welcome. A dreamy string-light patio with fire pits to stay warm on cool nights. Local bands entertaining with live music. And most importantly, local beer on tap.

This place doesn’t just exist as a figment of your imagination. This is Union Brewing Company in Carmel, Indiana.

One of Carmel, Indiana’s signature festivals returns this September for its 21st year. The Carmel International Arts Festival takes over Main Street in the Carmel Arts & Design District Sept. 22 and 23 with more than 130 juried artists exhibiting in watercolor, oil, 2D, jewelry, photography, 3D, wood, sculpture, pottery and more. Approximately 40,000 art fans attend each year to experience this unique event.

Whether this is your first year or your 21st year, here are things to know about the Carmel International Arts Festival 2018.

Pete Dye, the Picasso of golf course design, began his career in Indianapolis when he transitioned from insurance sales to golf course builder. His work in the dirt is the foundation of modern golf course design and building. A trifecta of Dye-abolical golf courses in the Hamilton County area are a part of The Pete Dye Trail, a collection of Dye tracks that stretch from Culver to French Lick.

Celebrate the 4th of July in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield, Indiana this year. Here are things to do for Independence Day in central Indiana, including details on where to see fireworks and parades.