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Running Paths in Fishers

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The ground is finally starting to thaw, and it seems like people are out in force running and walking. After a long winter on the treadmill, walking on the pavement feels very, very good.  Personally, any day that it’s over 35 I try to get outside for a walk, even if it’s just for 10 […]

Volunteer Fair to be held at Conner Prairie

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If you are interested in a volunteer opportunity that can also foster your love of history, look no further than Conner Prairie Interactive History Park. Located right on Allisonville Road in Fishers, the 200 acre facility brings history to life for area residents and tourists alike. While the grounds and facilities are world-class, it’s their […]

“Take Santa Home” Train Ride Offers Christmas Closure for Kids

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One fun thing to do this time of year is take a holiday train ride at the Indiana Transportation Museum in Fishers, Indiana. Not only is a train ride a break from the usual pass times, such movies, eating out, etc., it’s an opportunity to see the local area from the unique vantage point of […]

Marsh Symphony on the Prairie

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For over 30 years, Marsh Symphony on the Prairie has provided outdoor music lovers a one-of-a-kind music experience. Starting in the early 80′s, the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra and Conner Prairie partnered together to provide a public summer concert series at the Conner Prairie Amphitheatre. With Marsh Supermarkets as the ISO’s title sponsor, the concerts have […]

Special Holiday Events for the End of 2011 at Conner Prairie Living History Museum

The fabulous Conner Prairie Living History Museum in Fishers, Indiana is just a skip and a hop above Indianapolis on its northeast corner. Why not set aside a day for your family to enjoy its holiday delights? Below, you will find a list of the very special holiday events for the end of 2011 at […]

The Glorious Fourth at Conner Prairie: Smoke Balloons, Muster Cakes, and Patriotism for the Whole Family

Have you ever wondered where the American Independence Day traditions came from? Surely there’s a historical context behind all the red white and blue bunting, the extravagant parades, the multicolored spectacle of fireworks, and the face painting? Well, as every Fishers, Indiana resident knows, there’s only one Fishers attraction that functions something like a time […]

2011 Summer Schedule at Conner Prairie

On the practically unending list of Greater Indianapolis attractions, the historical park known as Conner Prairie is unquestionably one of the most important. This living history museum in the Indianapolis suburb of Fishers, Indiana, attracts tens of thousands of guests every year. Visitors to Greater Indianapolis and local Hoosiers alike go to to Conner Prairie […]

Nickel Plate Arts Trail: Tour Indiana Art by Road, Rail, or River

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Is it possible to tour the myriad sites, shops, and scenes of Central Indiana all in one day? The Circle City has the Indianapolis Cultural Trail connecting its vital Indianapolis art centers, but Central Indiana has its own important arts artery: the Nickel Plate Arts Trail. Spanning 30 miles, from the Indianapolis suburb of Fishers, […]

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