Friday, August 26, 2011

Best Bets

Friday, August 26

*FREE* The Garfield Park Arts Center (2432 Conservatory Drive) presents Arts for All: Native American Carving. This free event is from 9am-4pm and is for all ages. For more information call 317-327-7135.

*FREE* Take your family to a movie under the stars. Fishers Parks and Recreation presents Toy Story 3 at Fishers Heritage Park (10595 Eller Road) at dusk. Take your lawn chairs, blankets and snacks.

You can also enjoy a movie outdoors at the Indianapolis Museum of Art's Summer Nights Film Series. Friday night's movie is Superman. The movie starts at 9pm. Tickets are $10 for non-members and $5 for members. You can take your own picnic.


Saturday, August 27

*FREE* Head to the east side for the Feast of Lanterns at Spades Park (1800 Nowland Ave.) Saturday. The festival begins at noon and includes art, food, entertainment and kids activities. At dusk watch as lanterns illuminate the park.

*FREE* Arts for All: Native American Carving continues at Garfield Parks Arts Center (2432 Conservatory Drive). This free event is from Noon-4pm and is for all ages. For more information call 317-327-7135.

*FREE* Take your kids to Lowes for the free Build and Grow Clinic. This week kids can make a locker.

Sunday, August 28

*FREE* Head to Garfield Park for the Arts for All: Native American Carving at the Arts Center (2432 Conservatory Drive). This free event is from 1-5pm and is for all ages. For more information call 317-327-7135.

*FREE* If you kids are into bugs more than art, head to Southeastway Park (5624 S. Carroll Road, New Palestine) for Bug Fest. This free program is from 1-5pm and all ages may attend. For more information call 317-861-5167.

Sample local food  and drink from Indiana chefs, farmers, brewers and wineries. Dig-IN, A Taste of Indiana is Sunday at White River State Park from noon-5pm. Tickets are $30 at the gate, $7 for ages 5-15 and free for children 4 and under.



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