Author: Audra Dittlinger

30 Things to do in Indy with Kids in April | Something new everyday!

Spring has finally arrived in Indianapolis! We survived the cold, harsh (kinda) winter, and now that we all have Spring fever, we finally get to go outside and play! Check out all the awesome stuff happening in April. We’ve outlined it so you’re not bored ANY day of the month! 1: You can’t miss the Pinewood Derby at the Indiana State Museum. 2: The 2017 Horse Fair and Expo is a great resources for families that own horses, or are looking to add a horse to their family! April 3rd – 10th: It’s spring break week at The Urban Chalkboard!...

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Indianapolis Weekend Planner March 24-26, 2017

How is March almost over? Gahh! Well, to get over the sharp edge of reality, here are some fun things to do this weekend. So many awesome things happening in Indy this weekend, and you don’t have to depend on the weather to have some fun! March 24, 2017 Catch a Morning Movie at Goodrich Quality Theaters! Storks is playing this weekend, and members of FMG Club will get to view this show for free, and non-members only pay $1!  Sing along and tap your feet with Mr. Daniel live at The Urban Chalkboard! Get your skate on at the...

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31 Things to do with Kids in Indy in March

It’s March! The month where we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, Mardi Gras, and our fingers are all-too-often-crossed for beautiful, warm weather. We’re ready to get back out into Indy, soak up the sunshine, visit our favorite parks, and do it all with kids! 1.Don’t miss Hat and the Cat live on stage at Booth Tarkington!  2. Head to Lucas Oil for the FREE NFL Combine Experience. 3. Don’t miss the 24 Hour Play Festival  at Khaos Company Theatre! 4. Get your hands on some new books at TCM for the free (with museum admission) at the  Scholastic Book Fair....

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Book Arts Collaborative Offers History Lessons and Fun with Letterpress!

There are tons of hidden gems in Muncie, Indiana. My most recent find is not only really cool, but it’s educational, engaging, and a major blast from the past. It is a great place for kids to make memories and learn, but it’s also amazing from an adult’s perspective as well! I’m talking about Book Arts Collaborative. It is a community letterpress press and book bindery, and it is a little piece of history that you must see. Book Arts Collaborative is also connected to Tribune Showprint Posters, so if you visit, you’ll likely be able to get a...

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