Indianapolis Weekend Planner April 7-9, 2017

Indianapolis Weekend Planner April 7-9, 2017

Spring has sprung in Indy and we have so many fun activities to choose from this weekend! Here’s some of our favorite picks for all sides of the city this weekend. To find even more fun, don’t forget to check our calendar!

Northside Activities April 7-9, 2017

If you have a child with sensory issues, head up to Conner Prairie on April 8 when they will open an hour early and offer free admission to guests with sensory issues and their families.

Morning Movies at Goodrich Quality Theater in Noblesville offers free movies to members (signing up is free) or $1 for nonmembers. This weekend you can check out Kubo & the Two Strings.

Southside Activities April 7-9, 2017

The Tim Burton Film Festival will take place Friday and Saturday at Franklin’s Historic Artcraft Theater. Choose your favorite movie or get the weekend pass to see all six!

Head to Greenwood Park Mall’s Easter Celebration on Saturday for Easter games and activities.

Eastside Activities April 7-9, 2017

Moonlight Madness Easter Egg Hunt at Broad Ripple Park takes Easter to a whole new level with lots of special games, arts, crafts, and more. Bring a flashlight and find those eggs!

Head to Saltire Games in Lawrence on Sunday for a Free Pokemon League. Bring your own deck of Pokemon cards or buy one in the store, and battle with other kids.

Westside Activities April 7-9, 2017

Friday Night Hoots is a night hike to observe the owls at Eagle Creek Park. Be sure to bring a flashlight and dress for the weather to see these feathered friends get active.

No matter the weather, get the wiggles out with Open Gym at the Flip Zone in Plainfield. This time for school age children allows them to bounce, run, jump, and flip to their heart’s content.

About The Author

Steph Black

Steph is a full time homeschooling mama to two little boys and. She enjoys grand adventures and baking. She lives in Indianapolis with her husband, boys, scheming cat and big dog. You can find more of her on her blog Indy Homeschool.