Discover the top events in Carmel, Fishers, Noblesville and Westfield each month, including festivals, concerts and special events. For more events, visit our events calendar or subscribe to our newsletter.
Cook a traditional 19th-century candlelight feast alongside costumed interpreters in the William Conner House at Conner Prairie.
Central Indiana’s newest winter attraction features a snow tubing hill complete with a lift line to ride to the top.
Skate around the Ice at Center Green, an outdoor ice skating rink, and enjoy daily concessions including beer, wine, raclette sandwiches, soups and hot beverages.
The Center has a packed schedule featuring dance troupes, jazz groups, symphonies, country singers and more.
The outdoor interactive history museum opens for its outdoor season. Don’t miss the baby animals in the Animal Encounters Barn and take a ride in the 1859 Balloon Voyage.
Run a 5K, half marathon or full marathon through the city of Carmel on Easter weekend.
When the weather gets warm, it’s time to hit the links. Hamilton County is home to Indiana’s Premier Golf Courses and greens designed by Pete Dye.
Enjoy deals every Tuesday in July on Hamilton County's iconic breaded pork tenderloin sandwiches, served at more than 30 local restaurants.
Celebrate Independence Day with a parade, fireworks and festival over Fourth of July weekend.
Sample local and international wines while browsing wine-inspired art in the Carmel Arts & Design District.
Grand Park Sports Campus will host the Indianapolis Colts training camp for years to come. Fans can attend select open practices in Westfield.
Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church, in Carmel, hosts Indianapolis' largest Greek festival. Celebrate Greek culture with traditional food, pastries, culture, music and a shopping bazaar.
Car enthusiasts display more than 400 collector cars on the streets of the Carmel Arts Design District.
Every year, Carmel Porchfest features musical acts performing on neighborhood porches, from acoustic to electric and solo to ensemble in the Carmel Arts and Design District.
Atlanta, Indiana’s largest festival of the year features hundreds of vendors selling arts and crafts, jewelry and collectibles.
Peruse the exhibit booths set up inside Potter’s Bridge, one of Indiana’s few remaining covered bridges.
The Carmel International Arts Festival is a juried art show with artwork from around the world.
What better way to celebrate Halloween than a hayride and exploring a jack o'lantern shaped corn maze after dark at Conner Prairie?
Experience medieval times with costumed characters, jousting, period music, swordplay and more.
Kick off the holiday season with reindeer, Santa and his elves in Carmel, Indiana.
Immerse yourself in a traditional German holiday market with gluhwein, nutcrackers and traditional food as well as an outdoor ice skating rink.