Author: Courtney Bell

Indianapolis Family Weekend Planner February 10-12

Don’t let the cold keep you down and at home. There’s much to do around the Indy area to keep up your spirits with your family this weekend! Looking for fun and creative opportunities for your little ones? Check out the weekly Gymboree Art Class or see Mr. Daniel LIVE! at the Urban Chalkboard Friday morning. That afternoon, let your inner child out and lace up your ice skates at Perry Park with the whole family. Is Daddy looking for some sweet time with his little girl? Head to one of the many Daddy/daughter Valentine’s dances being offered around...

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Free President’s Day Opportunities in Indy | 2017

Indy offers many fun and free opportunities for President’s Day. If you have the day off from work or school, take advantage of this special occasion to learn about our presidents or to simply create memories! Special Free Admission Enjoy free admission to the world’s greatest museum for kids, right in our backyard! The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis will be open this President’s Day from 10-5. Also free from 10-5 is Conner Prairie, where you can talk with several presidents and first ladies, sing, play games, and participate in a surprise birthday party for George Washington! Always Free The...

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New Year’s Eve in Indianapolis with Kids|2016

I’m gonna be real. I’ve never been a late night gal. Even in college when my friends wanted to go out after 10:30, I would sometimes start sobbing at the thought of keeping my eyes open at those hours. So having kids just felt like a free pass to finally be in bed well before midnight on New Year’s eve. Even for those of you who do your finest thinking after dark, though, you know that keeping kids up until the hour the carriage turns back into a pumpkin often results in anything but a happy new year. So this year,...

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Hands On: Ten Places in Indy Where Kids Can Touch Everything

This article was written by Courtney Bell There are few things quite as sweet as making memories through family outings. You spend time researching where to explore, setting aside money if needed, packing lunches, and attempting to groom your children (in my case this pretty much ONLY happens when we’re going out!) so that no one will try to throw a few coins in your kids’ McDonalds cup. You arrive at your destination, eager for this trip that will go down in the books as the best day ever, with you front and center as Parent of the Year....

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