Date(s) - 07/13/2018
11:00 am - 2:00 pm

Monument Circle

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The American Dairy Association Indiana invites you to celebrate National Ice Cream Month for the 29th consecutive year with the Ice Cream Social on the Circle. On Friday, July 13 from 11am-2pm, volunteers and local celebrities will be serving up giant ice cream sundaes with all the toppings in front of Hilbert Circle Theatre on Monument Circle.

All proceeds from sundae sales will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Indiana, a nonprofit whose mission is to provide children facing adversity with strong and enduring, professionally supported 1-to-1 relationships that change their lives for the better, forever.

Features include face painters, the Pacers Fan Van, live music, and special guests all the way from Purdue – live dairy cow Molly.

As for the ice cream itself, the celebs will be dishing out Edy’s Slow Churned Light Ice Cream topped with a choice of Kroger’s chocolate, strawberry, and caramel syrups (sugar free options available.) Prairie Farm whipped cream and Kroger’s maraschino cherries and sprinkles complete the treat to individual perfection.

This event highlights the fact that Indiana is No. 2 in ice cream production in the United States, with Edy’s Grand Ice Cream headquarters in Fort Wayne, Indiana. The American DairyAssociation is honored to combine the taste of rural Indiana dairy farms with the positive economic influence ice cream has on Indiana each year.

For more information on the American Dairy Association Indiana visit

Ice Cream Social on the Circle | Live Cows, Ice Cream, Music and More!

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