Editor's Choice Events for Indiana
Alexandria, Central Indiana Gun Show - Alexandria (3/4 - 3/5): Central Indiana Gun Shows features all of your gun related necessities with a variety of vendors: Pistols - Rifles - Shotguns - Ammunition - Knives - Accessories, and more!
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Alexandria, Central Indiana Gun Show - Alexandria (3/4 - 3/5): Central Indiana Gun Shows features all of your gun related necessities with a variety of vendors: Pistols - Rifles - Shotguns - Ammunition - Knives - Accessories, and more!
Anderson, Big Daddy Weave (3/9): Big Daddy Weave is an American contemporary Christian and rock band, hailing from Mobile, Alabama. They were formed in 2002.
Anderson, The Mad Hatters Tea Party (3/5): Join us for our Mad Hatter's Tea Party. This open house event will be held at AYBT Academy from 2:00-4:00 at AYBT Acadmemy...
Anderson, We Are Messengers (3/9): We Are Messengers is a family, band and ministry from Ireland now based in the United States. At the heart of our vision is the desire to serve God and to see His radical love transform our lives and
Anderson, Zach Williams (3/9): Husband, father, singer, songwriter, worship leader, campus director at his home church in Arkansas, and now, most recently added to Zach Williams’ list of titles is recording artist. Signing with Pro
Avon, AEF Monte Carlo Night (3/4): Join the Avon Education Foundation for an evening of food, fundraising, and fun at the AEF Monte Carlo Night. Enjoy dinner, a silent auction, charity gaming, a wine pull, and a heads or tails trivia g
Avon, Pancakes & Jazz (2/28): It's that time of year again for good food and good entertainment! Avon Christian Church is hosting the annual Pancakes & Jazz fundraiser benefitting Family Promise Hendricks County.
Beverly Shores, Fat Tuesday with Gerry Hundt (2/28): Join us once again for our Fat Tuesday Party! Gerry Hundt will be playing some tunes, we'll have some special cajun small plates, hurricanes, drink specials and more!
Bloomington, 2017 Bloomington Winter Farmers Market (1/14 - 3/25): This market prioritizes locally grown and produced items. Find fresh, local produce at the Bloomington Winter Farmers' Market.
Bloomington, Corey Smith (3/4): The way Corey Smith sees it, he owes a debt to his fans. And it's one he is determined to repay with his 10th album, While the Gettin' Is Good. The project, released on Sugar Hill Records, marks the f
Bloomington, Escape the Room: IU Basketball Edition (2/23 - 3/4): Escape Rooms are the hottest and most exciting interactive experience happening, and for good reason – it’s a great environment for team building, learning, and creativity!
Bloomington, Pam Thrash Retro (3/18): Pam Thrash has been a radio deejay since 1989 with most of her professional years at B97 radio in Bloomington, IN. Pam is particularly known for her Retro Lunch Hour and hosted Retro Dance Nights at l
Bloomington, Ryan M. Brewer (3/7): A singer/songwriter by trade, Ryan M. Brewer is more accurately described as a traveling musical storyteller. Having always placed the primary importance on lyricism, his songs tend to float effortles
Bloomington, Scene Change: Music of Latin America (3/4): The Bloomington Symphony Orchestra explores the uncharted musical language of Latin America in collaboration with Indiana University’s Latin American Music Center.
Bloomington, The Gay Neighbors (3/2): Gay Neighbors is a Chicago band originally formed in Bloomington-Normal, Illinois. Their experimental brand of heavy-psych rock rarely heard broke through the music scene of the sleepy college town in
Bloomington, The Soirée of Grace Coluzzi: Alice in Wasteland (3/3): Come and join Grace, a.k.a Alice, as she shows us the way through Wasteland. A reception with refreshments begins at 6:30PM with the Hair Show beginning promptly at 7PM!
Bloomington, GroVia In Store Event at TGN (3/1): Join us for another fantastic GroVia In-Store Event! This is their third visit to TGN, and it's always a blast!
Boonville, Ladies Night Paint Party (3/4): Ok girlfriends this is your night. Come and join us for a ladies only night of painting.
Brazil, Creative Gathering Party (3/5): We are raising funds for our youth activities that we have planned for spring and summer!
Brookville, Black Dragon Inks Grand Opening (3/1): Hello Everyone! Come out for a meet and greet for Black Dragon Inks Grand Opening. Will be lots of funn. Free food and drinks and music. Will not be serving alcohol.
Carmel, Celebrations of Creativity and Craftsmanship (3/8): Hopkins is a lifelong resident of Indiana. He is a self-taught artist who is best known for his still-life painting. Hopkins work has been juried, accepted and won awards numerous times in the Hoosier
Carmel, March Forth for Autism (3/4): Please join The Independence Academy on Saturday, March 4, 2017, as we March Forth for Autism!
Carmel, Opening reception, Minumentals (3/10): The Museum of Miniature Houses hosts winners of the 12th annual Carmel High School Art Department Minumental Competition. Department chair Jennifer Bubp explained, “This year’s theme is ‘Celebrity Ico
Carmel, The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (3/17 - 4/1): 37 plays in 97 minutes! This much-produced, fast-paced, gag-a-second delight deconstructs all 37 of the Bard’s plays-plus the sonnets. Civic Theatre will perform this play in the Studio Theater, a fir
Carmel, Unscripted: A Musical Improv Comedy (3/8 - 3/9): 4 Actors. 1 Stage. And YOU! Join us for an evening of IMPROVISED Musical Theatre. You provide the content. We provide the laughs. See actors transform onstage into their characters as a story is woven
Chesterton, 17th Annual Runnin with the Irish 5K (3/11): Join us in our 17th Annual Runnin' with the Irish 5K. Awards will be given to the overall top female and male runner, the top female and male masters (40+) runner, the top three runners
Chesterton, Corkscrew & Brew (3/18): Set in Chesterton's beautiful Thomas Centennial Park, the annual Corkscrew & Brew will gather local wineries and breweries for this springtime tasting. There will be food available for purchase as wel
Chesterton, The View As We See It Photography Exhibit (3/5): The Chesterton Art Center will present, "The View As We See It" Photography Exhibit starting with an Opening Reception on Sunday, March 5 from 2-4 p.m. T
Columbia City, Pints N Paint (2/28): Pick a side and paint 11×14 gallery wrapped canvas. ALL supplies provided, Chapman's has the originals. Feel free to stop in an look. This is a great Datenight or single.
Columbia City, Reorganization Meeting (3/4): Join us Saturday, March 4 at 10 a.m. at the Peabody Public Library in Auditorium 2 for our Whitley County Democrats Meeting and Reorganization.
Columbia City, Team Boggs Shamrock 5K Fun Run/Walk (3/18): Team Boggs invites you to our first annual Shamrock 5K Fun Run/Walk. Money raised from this event will go towards Team Boggs Fundraising efforts for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Columbus, D-Vine Wine and Beer Fest (3/4): Fantastic wineries, amazing breweries, and spectacular distilleries from around the state of Indiana will be offering samples and product for sale at this annual event.
Crown Point, Contouring 101 Makeup Workshop (3/5): ADVANCE TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR $75 EACH AND INCLUDES ADMISSION TO CLASS, A CONTOURING PALETTE,BRUSH, BEAUTY BLENDER AND FACE SHEET!
Dale, Fairy Gardening (3/4): Grab the kiddos or grandkids and experience spring a little early inside the greenhouse as our staff will walk you through how to make & manage a fairy garden.
Dugger, Dugger Gun & Knife Show (3/11 - 3/12): This Dugger gun show is held at Dugger Community Building and hosted by Dugger Gun & Knife Show of Indiana. All federal, state and local firearm ordinances and laws must be obeyed.
Elizabeth, Terry Fator - Live in The Showroom (3/3): Las Vegas Strip headliner and “America’s Got Talent” winner Terry Fator captures the audience’s hearts and funny bones with Terry Fator: The Voice of Entertainment live at The Mirage.
Elkhart, Gallery Talk: Coins (3/3): Mary Renshaw, retired archivist, will present a Gallery Talk on coins on Friday, March 3rd at Havilah Beardsley House at 11am.
Evansville, Central Indiana Gun Show - Evansville (3/11 - 3/12): Central Indiana Gun Shows features all of your gun related necessities with a variety of vendors: Pistols - Rifles - Shotguns - Ammunition - Knives - Accessories, and more!
Evansville, Early Learners Academy at cMoe (2/16 - 3/2): Calling all preschoolers and their grownups! Join The Children’s Museum of Evansville on Thursday and Friday mornings for Early Learners Academy. The Academy is designed specifically to develop your c
Evansville, Shake Your Booty (3/11): We invite you to an evening of fun to help raise awareness about Colorectal Cancer and to celebrate with local Colon Cancer Survivors.
Evansville, Tea With a Twist (3/4): Pearls of Purity invites women ages 8-102 to join us this afternoon for fellowship and delicious savories and sweets.
Evansville, Great Lakes Valley Conference Tournament - Flex Pass (3/4): Purchase this session flex pass to receive two tickets that can be used for any of the first 6 2017 Deaconess GLVC Tournament sessions. Excludes Tournament Finals. Seats subject to availability.
Evansville, Hangers Spring Gala (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Cambridge Golf Course. Hope to see you there!!
Fishers, 2017 Progressive Concepts (Psychological) (3/19 - 3/20): This is a SUNDAY/MONDAY Class immediately following Level Three Core Training
For two days, Dr. Annette Cargioli will present the EPTworks™ Progressive Concepts she has discovered over the past 20 pl
Fishers, Sky Zone Fishers Ladies Night (2/27): Ladies night will include a SkyFit mini session, Beauty Products, great food & more! Tickets start at $10 per Lady including: a mini SkyRobics session, 20+ vendors, food from local restaurants, and pr
Fort Wayne, 2017 Northrop Spring Craft Bazaar and Market (3/18): Northrop Spring Craft Bazaar and Market featuring over 130 vendors of homemade crafts and direct sales brands. Saturday, March 18 9am - 2pm Free admission, free parking, concessions and restrooms a
Fort Wayne, 2017 Pawject Runway (3/4): Experience photo ops from the "puparazzi," a fabulous silent auction, hor d'euvres, a cash bar, and the most paw-tastic runway show around.
Fort Wayne, 2nd Annual Corn Hole Fundraiser Tournament (3/11): Whether it is a healthy hearty meal or solace away from the noise and commotion of a hospital, Paul's Place will help ease the stress for the caregiver by providing temporary housing for them as they
Fort Wayne, Big Give: Holy Cross Hoedown (3/10): Saddle up pard'ners, and get ready to lasso some great prizes at this year's Big Give - Holy Cross Hoedown!
Fort Wayne, Dancing through the Decades! (3/4): Dancing through the Decades! Adult Prom and Silent Auction fundraiser for Wyneken's 50th Anniversary Reunion and Celebration.
Fort Wayne, Disney on Ice: Dare To Dream (3/9 - 3/12): Nothing can stop a princess from a courageous adventure at Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream. Join Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse as they share the heroic stories of four of your favorite Disney Pri
Fort Wayne, Faith and Family Night (3/3): Join us as Pastor Zobrist presents, "The Life Lessons I Taught My Son"
Fort Wayne, Mamma Mia! (3/7): A mother, a daughter, three possible dads, and a trip down the aisle you'll never forget! Over 50 million people all around the world have fallen in love with the characters, the story and the music t
Fort Wayne, Pops: Pink Martini (3/4): Pink Martini draws inspiration from music all over the world, crossing multiple genres. Personifying the glamorous cocktail generation sensibility that has captivated audiences around the world, Pink
Fort Wayne, Spring Thing 2017 (2/28): Our Biggest Fundraiser of the year! A night of comedy and dinner with Christian Comedian, Rick Reader. Join us by calling and reserving a table or sponsor a table today!
Fort Wayne, Swan Lake (3/17 - 3/18): One of the most treasured of all ballets, Swan Lake is the tale of Prince Siegfried and his enduring love for Odette, a beautiful maiden trapped under the spell of the evil Rothbart.
Fort Wayne, The Childrens Hour (3/9 - 3/25): Lillian Hellman's seminal 1930's drama confronts the bigotry perpetrated against the LGBT community and how easily a lie can spread. Just as a struggling school, run by two women, is on firm footing,
Fort Wayne, Thomas Rhett (3/2): Thomas Rhett will be at the Memorial Coliseum along with Kelsea Ballerini, Russell Dickerson and Ryan Hurd
Fort Wayne, Fashion and Community #flightfulfw (3/9): We are teaming up with some incredible women in #dtfw by joining forces to raise money and support SCAN Inc. Bring your ladies and enjoy a night of Fashion where Lace + Arrow and Idlehour Boutique wil
Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne FAME Festival (3/18 - 3/19): FAME’s 30th year of presenting an opportunity for students to create, exhibit, and perform works of art.The FAME Festival of the Arts is an annual celebration that coincides with Youth Art & Music in
Fort Wayne, Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show (3/2 - 3/5): With more than 650 exhibitors each year, the Fort Wayne Home and Garden Show is the place to see the latest in contemporary home and garden experts
Fort Wayne, Full Monty (3/4): Full Monty are a Detroit rock band drawing influence from many subgenres of punk and folk. Starting in 2014 as an acoustic solo project, we have since evolved into a three piece band, adding a high en
Fort Wayne, Gun and Knife Show (3/11 - 3/12): Archery, military collectibles, army surplus, survival gear, and related items. Buy, Sell Swap or just Look!
Fort Wayne, Heavens Gateway Drugs (3/3): Heaven’s Gateway Drugs is a counterculture cult rock band hailing from Fort Wayne, Indiana, a rust belt city best known for its abundance of churches and strip clubs. Despite being born in a location
Fort Wayne, Jake McVey LIVE at Duesys (3/6): Nashville Recording Artist, Jake McVey, will be returning to Duesy's Sports Bar at Hotel Fort Wayne on March 6th.
Franklin, Central Indiana Gun Show - Franklin (3/18 - 3/19): Central Indiana Gun Shows features all of your gun related necessities with a variety of vendors: Pistols - Rifles - Shotguns - Ammunition - Knives - Accessories, and more!
Friendship, Friendship Flea Market (6/10 - 6/18): Indiana's most unique flea market and antique show welcoming vendors and visitors since 1968. Almost 500 vendor spaces selling a wide array of merchandise and specialty foods. All blacktopped roads fo
Goshen, Wilsons Reservoir (3/4): Hailing from Goshen, IN, Wilson's Reservoir is driven by the experiences and travels of frontman Ben Wilson. Much like the reservoir created by Ben and his father during his youth, the band calls each
Goshen, Farm to Table Fundraiser Dinner (3/4): Your night will consist of three courses of delicious locally farmed food, beer pairings for each course and live jazz music provided by local musicians.
Goshen, Ignition Showcase (3/4): Some of our favorite bands Wilsons Reservoir, The Go Rounds, and Lalo Cura are joining us again for a night full of good tunes and good fun!
Greencastle, Ladysmith Black Mambazo (3/5): For over fifty years, the voices of Ladysmith Black Mambazo have married the intricate rhythms and harmonies of theirnative South African musical traditions to the sounds and sentiments of Christian g
Greenwood, Tammy Trent (3/10): Beneath her youthful exterior and fresh-faced exuberance, Tammy is a focused recording artist, author and speaker who knows exactly what she wants to say. She creates music that serves as a personal c
Hobart, Pet Sham Rock 2017 (3/11): Live Bands, Corned Beef & Cabbage Dinner, Dancing, Auction & More
PET ROCK is the single largest annual fundraiser of the year for The Humane Society of Northwest Indiana!
Huntingburg, Glow in the Park 2017: Kids Fun Run and Family 5K (3/10): A Kid's Place will host Glow in the Park, a glow fun run, being held in Huntingburg City Park on March 10. Children will have the opportunity to run a short (under 1 mile) race through the city park i
Indianapolis, 13 Annual Indianapolis Masquerade Ball (3/4): Please join us for a fun filled night for a good cause. Once again dance the night away to the most awesome band around Lemon Wheel.
Indianapolis, 1st Anniversary Party (3/3): We are holding an open house to celebrate 1 year of yoga in Fountain Square. Join on First Friday in March from 5pm - 9pm!
Indianapolis, 2017 Central Indiana Autism Expo (3/18): Come join us for the 2017 Central Indiana Autism Expo to learn about the local autism services, programs, support and resources for those affected by autism in and around Indiana.
Indianapolis, 2017 Indy Winter Farmers Market (1/14 - 4/29): It offers a wide variety of produce, meat, seafood, baked goods, small batch products and hot, prepared food.
Indianapolis, 2017 IPL Mayors Lunch for Parks, Celebrating 15 Years (3/15): In 2017, the Indianapolis Parks Foundation will celebrate 25 years of building, maintaining, and securing funding to provide quality programs in our city's parks, trails, greenways, and public spaces.
Indianapolis, 2017 Kindergarten Round Up (3/4): Join us to kick off registration for Kindergarten for the 2017-2018 school year. Eligible students will turn five years old on or before September 1, 2017.
Indianapolis, Action Jackson (2/28): Indianapolis born and raised, Action Jackson has been a mainstay in the Midwest DJ scene for over a decade, playing well over 200 shows in 2015. Specializing in genre bending mixes that span multiple
Indianapolis, Among the Compromised (3/3): Hailing from Indiana, Among The Compromised is a Rock band infused with 90s Grunge, Soul, and Pop. Originally comprised as a duo of AJ Noblitt and Jared Wooten, ATC soon pulled in the vocal talents of
Indianapolis, An Evening of Vonnegut (3/2): Stop by WFYI’s Community Room from 6 to 8 pm for a free showing of the 2016 documentary A Writer’s Roots: Kurt Vonnegut’s Indianapolis. Following the film, as a special treat, Historian, Author, and R
Indianapolis, Antonio Sanchez (3/18): Four time Grammy Award winner and Golden Globe nominee Antonio Sanchez is considered by many critics and musicians alike as one of the most prominent drummers, bandleaders and composers of his generat
Indianapolis, Anything Goes (3/3 - 3/19): All aboard the S.S. American, where nightclub singer/evangelist Reno Sweeney is en route from New York to England in Cole Porter’s classic screwball comedy Anything Goes.
Indianapolis, Bad Suns (3/4): Bad Suns is an Indie-rock band hailing from Southern California, USA, melding 80s post-punk with Elvis Costello's melodic sensibilities to create their angst-ridden, hook-heavy indie rock.
Indianapolis, Bicentennial Barn Quilt Auction and Fundraising Event (3/4): The highlight of this historic event will be the auction sale of the Bicentennial Barn Quilt, which was named the Outstanding Bicentennial Collaborative Project by Indiana Historical Society.
Indianapolis, Bourbon & Beads (3/4): Join us on March 4th at The Crane Bay Event Center. Hope to see you there!!
Indianapolis, Brickworld Indianapolis (3/18 - 3/19): Bring the entire family for an afternoon of fun! See more than 60,000 square feet of spectacular creations all built from LEGO bricks by local LEGO enthusiasts.
Indianapolis, Broccoli Samurai (3/4): Since forming in the Rustbelt of Cleveland, OH in 2010, Broccoli Samurai has been taking the club and festival scene by storm. The band's synth-laden, drum and bass influenced, progressive electronica
Indianapolis, Canvas Paint Class Lucky Clover (3/10): “You Are the Artist!” Enjoy a day of painting, while supporting Joy’s House! This event is held in Joy’s House Community Room. Open to everyone. You do not need to be a member or relative of Joy’s Hou
Indianapolis, Captain Ivory (3/11): Michigan born, but touring out of Nashville, TN, Captain Ivory has developed a strong following through heavy touring of festivals and clubs across the US and Europe, including a marathon 42-day tour
Indianapolis, Celebration of Black History (2/28): The ISO honors the significant impact of African-American musicians on the cultural life of Indianapolis and the nation. IMPD Officer Christopher Wilburn will also accompany the ISO, singing with the
Indianapolis, Choral Masterworks: Franz Joseph Haydn (3/19): “Lord Nelson” Mass in D minor, with St. Paul’s Choir, guest conductor Joseph Flummerfelt, and Orchestra. An enduring masterpiece for choir, soloists, and orchestra, Haydn’s Missa in angustiis is a mar
Indianapolis, City Lights Silent Film With Live Orchestra (3/18): The ICO presents one of the most iconic silent films, Charlie Chaplin's City Lights (1931). A hapless but resilient tramp (Charlie Chaplin) falls in love with a blind flower girl (Virginia Cherrill) o
Indianapolis, Clayton Anderson (3/10): Clayton has been traveling across the country playing backrooms, side stages, and honky tonks from Michigan to Florida, each time gaining a few more fans and a better foothold on areas that aren’t tra
Indianapolis, Clint Breeze and the Groove (3/3): Clint Breeze is the brain child of Indianapolis native and Hip Hop Producer, Carrington Clinton. With Jazz and Soul influenced sounds, Heavy drum compositions and with a balance of raw and catchy rhyt
Indianapolis, Cold War Kids (3/19): Cold War Kids strive to make honest songs about human experience in orchards and hotel rooms, laundromats and churches, sea ports and school halls. We love the songs of Dylan, Nina Simone, and the Vel
Indianapolis, Comedy for a Cause: Punch Lines to Benefit RSB (3/4): Join us for a "rock'em sock'em" great time with nationally recognized stand up comedian, Jeff Bodart (www.jeffbodart.com) and funny man and Rock Steady founder, Scott Newman.
Indianapolis, Darrin Bradbury (3/15): Off-color folk music celebrating the humor & heartbreak of the American underbelly, with songs of roadkill, junkies, Daffy Duck & Danzig. -Rolling Stone
Indianapolis, Dogs: Faithful and True (3/3 - 3/4): Dogs: Faithful and True explores the enduring presence and contributions of dogs as companions, workers and heroes in Native American and Western cultures. In addition to art, photographs, artifacts a
Indianapolis, Drink to Donate: Sun King Downtown (2/27): Join us on Monday, February 27 at Sun King Brewing Company downtown and have a drink during our #SharetheLoveIndy campaign!
Indianapolis, Earphorik (3/10): Earphorik is a progressive rock and funk styled jam band based out of Fort Wayne, IN. With clear influences from jam band greats including Umphrey's McGee, The Werks, and Widespread Panic the band qui
Indianapolis, Empowerment Luncheon 2017 (3/1): The Empowerment Luncheon, presented by Indy Telcom Center, highlights an Indianapolis leader whose self-determination leaves an impact on our community.
Indianapolis, Faith and Action Project Spring Conference (3/14): Christian Theological Seminary (CTS) is a fully accredited ecumenical seminary, open to all, affiliated with the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). We offer nine graduate-level degree programs, i
Indianapolis, King Mackerel and the Blues are Running (3/10 - 3/19): Oaklandon Civic Theatre presents King Mackerel and the Blues are Running. Songs and Stories of the Carolina Coast. by Jim Wann, Bland Simpson, J.L. Mil. King Mackerel and the Blues are Running. Song
Indianapolis, Kyle Bledsoe (3/11): A soulful multi-instrumentalist from Indiana, 26 year old Kyle Bledsoe is a nationally touring artist. An eclectic concoction of technical prowess blended with improvisational finesse.
Indianapolis, Laughing Matters with Jay Leno (3/11): Jay Leno comes to Indianapolis and the Hilbert Circle Theater to headline Cancer Support Community Central Indiana’s annual comedy fundraiser Laughing Matters.
Indianapolis, Lilly Collection of Orchids in Watercolor (1/6 - 7/9): Part of a larger celebration of orchids at the IMA, this exhibition features a selection of 30 orchid watercolors collected by Josiah K. Lilly.
Indianapolis, Make Your Own Medicine: Mood Repair (3/4): NapTown Flo meets NapTown Yoga in a dynamic and fantastic 'feel good' event. This class will be a two hour event: the first hour will be a yoga flow using essential oils throughout the practice.
Indianapolis, March 4 X-Wing Tournament! (3/4): With Wave 10 of X-Wing here, lets get some tournament action happening! Are you new to the game and want to jump in deeper?
Indianapolis, Mardi Gras at North United Methodist Church (2/28): Celebrate "Fat Tuesday" with a pancake dinner prepared and served by church staff with North's Horns entertaining us with festive music. This long-time tradition is not to be missed!
Indianapolis, Mark Whitacre at RecycleForce (3/3): The Christian Business Men’s Connection in conjunction with RecycleForce and the Sagamore Institute will be hosting Mark Whitacre for a luncheon on March 3, 2017.
Indianapolis, Meet the Photographer (3/5): Meet the Photographer is a chance to meet me Kenye Carew to discuss your Engagement and Wedding photography needs.
Indianapolis, Mental Health and Criminal Justice Summit (3/10): Each year, NAMI Indiana pulls together a diverse group of leaders from the criminal justice field to provide education and new tools for professionals.
Indianapolis, Miguel Zenón (3/8): Multiple Grammy Nominee and Guggenheim and MacArthur Fellow Miguel Zenón represents a select group of musicians who have masterfully balanced and blended the often contradictory poles of innovation an
Indianapolis, Moxxie (3/3): Some may say that alt rock and grunge is a thing of the past, but with flannels flying off the hangers at your local Goodwill store and the recent explosion of emerging artists that pay homage to the
Indianapolis, Nestle Inn Cooking Class: Soups (3/18): Take some time to brush up on some new soup recipes. Cozy days are perfect for a nice warm bowl of soup. Homemade French Onion and the most incredible Cheese Soup you ever tasted are just a few of the
Indianapolis, Odd Squad Live! Presented by Butler Arts Presents (3/16): Attention Odd Squad fans, there is oddness in your town and Ms. O needs YOU to help solve it. Team up with brand new agents Orian and Oleanna in this live, interactive adventure.
Indianapolis, Paint Your Pet Party! (3/8): Join us on March 8th at Redemption Alewerks. Hope to see you there!!
Indianapolis, Papadosio (3/3): Falling somewhere between rock, jazz and electronic mayhem we find space rock. This is a genre that is not readily defined, and is a state of mind as much as it could be considered a genre.
Indianapolis, Pasta for Pets (3/3): Dinner, drinks, music, live and silent auction.
Indianapolis, Postpartum Wellness Class (2/27): You’ve been busy preparing the nursery and picking out a name for your little one. Maybe you’ve taken childbirth classes or even prepared a birth plan.
Indianapolis, Presidential Pets - Exhibit Grand Opening (3/9): Join us to celebrate some of America's favorite VIPs- as in Very Important Pets- at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site's newest exhibit, Presidential Pets. This is political yapping, catty behavi
Indianapolis, Psychic Fair March 11 & 12 (3/11 - 3/12): Psychic Fair March 11th & 12th from 12 pm to 8 pm. $5 admission and $10 for 15 minute readings (cash discount prices).
Indianapolis, Remarkable Women of Indiana: Women in Science (3/4): Join us as we celebrate women in science at the third annual Remarkable Women of Indiana. Remember the women who shaped the state of Indiana, and be inspired as we celebrate Women's History Month.
Indianapolis, RHI Sports Program Spirit of Sport Breakfast (3/9): Please join us as a guest for the upcoming Spirit of Sport breakfast, a special event that supports the RHI Sports Program for persons with physical disabilities.
Indianapolis, Rock of Ages (3/10 - 3/25): ROCK OF AGES- A Musical – takes you back to the times of big bands with big egos playing big guitar solos and sporting even bigger hair!
Indianapolis, Ronen Chamber Ensemble (2/27): Ronen Chamber is a small wind and string ensemble that performs an intimate concert season at various venues in the Indianapolis area.
Indianapolis, Sex with Strangers (3/16 - 3/31): Ethan and Olivia are strangers staying in a remote bed-and-breakfast, looking for some inspiration for their respective writing: Olivia is working on a novel she refuses to share, and Ethan is working
Indianapolis, Shelby County Sinners (3/3): The Shelby County Sinners have gone from the small town band opening for national touring acts to the most sought after live act. The Shelby County Sinners draw in fans with their drummer-less style o
Indianapolis, Shelby County Sinners (3/11): The Shelby County Sinners have gone from the small town band opening for national touring acts to the most sought after live act. The Shelby County Sinners draw in fans with their drummer-less style o
Indianapolis, Slaying the Dragon (3/9 - 3/19): What do you do when what you do is...done? Alexander Meander [Matthew Walls], a once heroic knight finds himself at the end of his career and living in the ever expanding Fairytalean Reservations with
Indianapolis, Snarky Puppy (3/17): With every new project—hell, with every show they play—Snarky Puppy hopes to do something they’ve never done before. With their new album, Family Dinner, Volume 2, the eclectic, unclassifiable jazz/fu
Indianapolis, SPEAK: Voices from Indianapolis Black History (3/1): Back by popular demand, delve in to the history of Indianapolis' African-American community through the creative voices of spoken word. The evening showcases three local female artists – Gabby Patters
Indianapolis, Stile Antico (3/2): Based in London, Stile Antico has performed at many of the world’s most prestigious venues and festivals. The group enjoys a particularly close association with the Wigmore Hall, and has appeared at t
Indianapolis, Strikes for Stansfield (3/5): This is a family friendly event for all ages and will include a visit from Silly Safaris and Animals, raffle prizes, and door prizes. Entry fee includes 2 games and shoes.
Indianapolis, Stuart Little (2/25 - 3/26): Everyone’s favorite mouse, Stuart Little, lives a happy life with his human family and his friend Margalo the bird—as long as he can avoid that sinister feline, Snowbell.
Indianapolis, The Final Four: Basketball Meets Baroque (3/19): March Madness is a particularly exciting season, especially in Indiana, and the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra is ready at the tip-off. The IBO, under the direction of its artistic director, Barthold
Indianapolis, The Mound Builders (3/14): Lyrically, The Mound Builders are inspired by ancient history, life in the Midwest, and the mysteries of the cosmos. The Mound Builders released their debut album "Strangers In A Strange Land" in Sept
Indianapolis, The Red Jumpsuit Apparatus (3/4): The RJA story goes back to 2003, actually much further back to when brothers Ronnie and Randy Winter first started playing on acoustic guitars their grandfather gave them, but we’ll skip the ‘they lea
Indianapolis, The Right to Peaceful Assemblage: Robin Toulouse (3/3): The Full Circle Nine Gallery (FC9) is proud to announce Robin Toulouse, and her show, “The Right to Peaceful Assemblage” as the featured artist for the March IDADA First Friday Art Tour.
Indianapolis, The Two Tens (3/17): The duo known as The Two Tens have racked up a lot of accomplishments since the release of their first EP, Volume 1, including three additional EPs, the full-length LP Volume, and four US tours. Not t
Indianapolis, The Way Down Wanderers (3/16): Equal parts fast-paced and soulful, 5-piece modern-folk Americana act, The Way Down Wanderers, draw in listeners with energy, originality and soulful generosity. Playing, performing and writing togeth
Indianapolis, There Are Ghosts (3/3): Molded by 80's/90's college rock and alternative, we wear our influences well while creating modern noise-with-jangle indie pop.
Indianapolis, Toiletry and Household Drive (3/2): We will be accepting at The Immigrant Welcome Center (Southeast Community Center, 901 Shelby Street, 3rd floor, Indianapolis, IN 46203) now until Thursday, March 2, 2017.
Indianapolis, Treasures for Education 2017 (3/4): Treasures for Education is our annual gala. This year, we will be celebrating 125 years of Pike Township Schools.
Indianapolis, Trippin Billies (3/11): Bringing fans the music of The Dave Matthews Band for close to twenty years, Trippin’ Billies has become the gold standard for tribute bands. Based out of Chicago, the Billies have toured extensively
Indianapolis, Trivia Night (2/28): Come test your knowledge of the strange & bizarre! Have a few drinks & a bite to eat while your at it :-) The basement opens at 630pm & trivia starts about 730pm.
Indianapolis, Trucking Efficiency Workshop: Indianapolis (3/15): This workshop is being held in partnership with the Green Truck Summit and the Work Truck Show. The day will include a deep dive into tractor and trailer technologies to improve freight efficiency.
Indianapolis, VON Strantz (3/11): Von Strantz, two Chicagoland sisters estranged from birth, with two different upbringings, from across the continent finally meet. They took their now known commonalities and in 2013 joined their last
Indianapolis, Wife Patrol (3/3): Indianapolis, Indiana alt-rock trio Wife Patrol features Greg O’Neill (guitar, vocals), Natasha O’Neill (drums, vocals), and Nicole O’Neal (bass, vocals). Sifting through their influences of 90’s grun
Indianapolis, Wine Not Werk Networking (3/4): We will taste 5 wines, appetizers, networking, entertainment, I'll have a speaker cover branding and business services this month.
Indianapolis, Withered (3/1): Tortured blackened doom/death metallers from Atlanta, Ga. established in 2003 to focus on masochistic introspection while traversing many sub-genres of extreme metal. Their 4th studio album is due fal
Indianapolis, Women’s Bible Study (1/22 - 3/19): Each of us has a message to proclaim and live by: Because of Jesus the old has gone, the new has come.
Indianapolis, Family Promise Annual Meeting (2/28): We are pleased to invite anyone affiliated or interested in Family Promise of Greater Indianapolis and its hallmark Interfaith Hospitality Network program to our Annual Meeting on Tuesday, February 28
Indianapolis, Felix Martin (3/12): Felix Martin is a Venezuelan guitarist who is pioneering a style of playing the electric guitar by performing simultaneously with two of them as if they were one, creating a new sound on the instrumen
Indianapolis, Four Spirits (A Play) (2/24 - 3/4): Based on Naslund's critically acclaimed, national best-selling novel, also titled Four Spirits, the suspenseful play reverberates with the courage, commitment, and cooperation needed to create an enli
Indianapolis, Fresh Hops (3/11): Fresh Hops is a 4-piece band from the Tri-Town Area of Northwest Indiana. After 8 years of being together, their sound continues to evolve, as the fans and family continue to grow. Fresh Hops has crea
Indianapolis, From Indian Lakes (3/4): "Sometimes you just gotta go straight to the elevator pitch: what if the xx came up on American Football instead of Aaliyah? Though his post-production methods put him within the scope of downtempo, m
Indianapolis, Glen Phillips (3/15): Singer/songrwiter for Toad the Wet Sprocket. Lots of solo records. Lots of side projects including MAS, Plover, WPA, RemoteTreeChildren. Etc. Etc. Etc.
Indianapolis, Greg Rekus (3/7): Greg Rekus first hit the road as a solo artist in March 2011. Since then, he has played some of the greatest punk music festivals around, including The Fest, Pouzza Fest, and Groezrock Music Festival.
Indianapolis, Gypsy Moonshine (3/3): Gypsy Moonshine is an eclectic, swirly, dreamy mix that will punch you in the face then take you on a sunset picnic.
Indianapolis, Harpeth Rising (3/18): Chamberfolk: Three classically trained musicians playing original music, as intricately arranged as a string quartet, lyrically rooted in the singer/songwriter tradition, and wrapped in three-part voc
Indianapolis, Herencia: Latin -American Influence in Art (2/20 - 3/3): Herencia is an exhibition of works by local, regional, national, and international artists who’s work is influenced by their Latin-American heritage.
Indianapolis, Hotel Garuda (3/2): Hotel Garuda, composed of DJ/producer duo Manila Killa & Candleweather, have epitomized the DIY culture of modern dance music. Scaling the online tastemaker world with an array of remixes and remakes,
Indianapolis, Introduction to 3-D Printing (3/4 - 3/25): Learn the fundamentals of 3-D printing in Herron’s Think It Make It Lab with user-friendly software and extrusion/resin based 3-D printers. You will be introduced to the 3-D model making processes inc
Indianapolis, Isreal Solomon at Art Bank (3/3): Influenced by graffiti art, comics, and abstract expressionism, Israel Solomon creates vibrant, colorful, geometric art in a variety of media. Israel’s expanded display will include a wide range of w
Indianapolis, Jamey Johnson (3/17): Acclaimed singer-songwriter Jamey Johnson has been showered with plaques, trophies and award statuettes, but they aren’t the answer to his dreams.
Indianapolis, Jaw Gems (3/3): Jaw Gems, an electronic outfit from Portland, Maine, is a collective of young, experimental producers bringing beat-music – traditionally programmed and played on samplers – to a live band setting. Th
Indianapolis, Jazz on the Avenue: Native Sun (2/28): This is Native Sun’s answer to the question of how Indianapolis came to be nicknamed Nap Town. All too often, Indy locals lose faith in the spirit of their city and insist it’s named so because it’s a
Indianapolis, JD Eicher (3/6): “The music that I’m writing and releasing is really mirroring who I am and where I am at that time in my life. It’s easy to perform songs when they’re very true.” So says JD Eicher, the Youngstown, OH
Indianapolis, Jersey Boys (2/28 - 3/5): “Too good to be true!” raves the New York Post for Jersey Boys, the 2006 Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning Best Musical about Rock and Roll Hall of Famers The Four Seasons
Indianapolis, Josh Abbott Band (3/10): When Josh Abbott Band recorded “Ghosts” for its fourth album, Front Row Seat, Abbott expected to redo the vocals. The final chorus had some technical imperfections, and he figured he could improve on
Indianapolis, Katie Rose (3/18): Katie Rose Franyo has been singing and playing piano since the age of 5. In 2011 she picked up guitar and formed the duo Katina Rose with her best friend Nina Rose Murchison. Katina Rose has performed
Kempton, Chili Supper (3/4): Kempton F&R is having a chili supper at the Christian Church on Saturday, March 4th from 4-7pm. We are also selling raffle tickets for a chance on a Browning X-Bolt 243 with scope.
Kokomo, BPTF Birthday Bash Art Show (3/3): Bulletproof & The Fool merch table Art Show featuring: Big Top Creations, Paul Thompson, WickedDream Creations and Michelle Chelle Chelle Clark
Kokomo, Olivia Mainville & The Aquatic Troupe (3/3): Of her own volition, Grand Rapids-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Olivia Mainville dove headfirst into the world of music as early as the fifth grade, when she had begun playing viol
Lafayette, Bobaflex (3/19): BOBAFLEX prior release CHARLATAN’S WEB came out on September 10th, 2013 and included three radio singles BAD MAN, I'M GLAD YOU'RE DEAD and NEVER COMING BACK. CHARLATAN’S WEB is a follow up to their su
Lafayette, chiasma (3/11): Chiasma is a five-piece melodic progressive band based in Indianapolis, IN. Started in 2014, the band initially operated as a recording project between guitarist Derek Steele, vocalist Katie Thompson,
Lafayette, Kyle Bledsoe (3/14): A soulful multi-instrumentalist from Indiana, 26 year old Kyle Bledsoe is a nationally touring artist. An eclectic concoction of technical prowess blended with improvisational finesse.
Lawrence, Yeager Annual Guac-Off! (3/1): Yeager is having our very first Anuual Guac-Off! Please bring a friend to this free event! We will have a taco bar, margaritas and a guacomole contest.
Lebanon, Ladies Night Out 2017 (3/11): A fun-filled evening of Shopping, Socializing and Sampling of fine cuisine. Beer and wine available for purchase.
Lebanon, Pack 431 Pinewood Derby (2/28): Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 431 Pinewood Derby!! This year will be our very first year to be able to use our very own derby track!
Logansport, Bowl For Kids Sake 2017 (3/4): Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cass County will hold their 31st annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake fundraiser this year.
Merrillville, A Noteworthy Night 2017 (3/4): The Crown Point Music Booster's gala event to support all music education in Crown Point public schools. Join us for a night of entertainment, food and drink.
Michigan City, Yoga Nidra with Amanda Barnes (3/4): Come prepared with your mat, blankets Saturday March 4th, 2107 @ 3-4:30pm to unwind and set and/or re-set your intentions of union and healing.
Mitchell, Victoria Banks (3/4): “Life is painful and impossible and breathtaking and beautiful. I have to write what I feel.”
That’s where Victoria Banks’ third album, Indigo, comes from. “These songs aren’t written to fit a genr
Muncie, Spring Symposium - Creating Harmony (3/2): Learn strategies to save time and get more done with less stress. You'll be ready to take immediate action when you return to your office!
Muncie, Fill-A-Bowl for Delaware County (3/3): Join us for a (free!) soup lunch as we share the exciting ways in which the food bank is serving Delaware County, and learn how you can be part of making a difference in your community.
Munster, 80s Prom Night (3/18): Elliott Elementary PTO presents an 80's Prom Night themed fundraiser featuring the "Two Tickets to Paradise" Raffle. Join us for dinner, dancing, cash bar and raffle.
New Albany, Alpha Phis 8th Annual Red Dress Gala (3/11): The Zeta Epsilon chapter of Alpha Phi at Indiana University Southeast is seeking community support for its eighth annual Red Dress Gala .
New Albany, Block Party (2/27): Purdue Extension invites you and your child to a Block Party! Blocks are a tool to help children learn Math, Science, Pre-Reading, social and pysical skills.
New Harmony, Arts in Harmony Gala Auction (3/4): This Gala Auction provides the opportunity to bid on a variety of items provided by artists, musicians, and authors from the region.
Newburgh, Kids Yoga SUPER Hero Event (3/4): Join some of your favorite superheroes for an action-packed yoga class! We'll go through important superhero training to strengthen our bodies.
Noblesville, Maple Madness (3/4): The staff will be demonstrating how maple syrup is made, and continue the Bray family tradition on the property, which began more than 150 years ago.
North Salem, McCloud Maple Syrup Days (3/4): Learn how to tap a tree, watch a demonstration of the process as it used to be done in the pioneer days, and take a visit to our Sugar Shack to see how syrup is made today!
Pendleton, Falls Perk 1st Anniversary (3/4): Come join us while we celebrate our 1st anniversaryas Falls Perk Coffee House! This celebration will be an ALL DAY MUSIC EVENT!
Plymouth, Kennedys Kitchen (3/4): Join us on March 4th at Wild Rose Moon. Hope to see you there!!
Rensselaer, Howie Day in Rensselaer (3/14): Tuesday, March 14th, eMbers welcomes platinum recording artist Howie Day to Rensselaer.
Rising Sun, Rotary Pancake Breakfast (3/4): On Saturday, March 4, 2017 from 7am to Noon, stop by the Senior Citizens Center, 501 S Mulberry Street, for a filling breakfast of pancakes, biscuits, and gravy, whole hog sausage, coffee, milk...
Rochester, Big Oil WhistleBlower (2/27): This one hour film will change history and it will recruit 100,000 more water protectors into the peaceful fight against Big Oil. We have well over a dozen pipelines to stop in 2017 with your help!
Schererville, Ladies Night (2/27): Ladies night will include a SkyFit mini sessions, Beauty Products, great food & more!
Schererville, Mardi Gras Fashion Show and Vendor Boutiques (2/28): 25th Annual Mardi Gras Fashion Show and Vendor Boutiques. This event benefits the Schererville schools of Watson, Grimmer, Homan and Pfeifer. Vendors, Fashion Show, Auctions and Dinner.
Shipshewana, Don McLean (3/3): Don McLean is one of America's most enduring singer-songwriters and is forever associated with his classic hits "American Pie","Vincent (Starry Starry Night)", "Castles in the Air"...
South Bend, Copper Metal Clay (3/4): Join this fun Copper Clay class that you will be sure to fall in love with. If you are new to Metal Clay this is a perfect project for.
South Bend, Once (3/4): Winner of 8 2012 Tony Awards® including BEST MUSICAL, ONCE is a truly original Broadway experience.
South Bend, Kennedys Kitchen (3/3): We are family and friends, gathering every Thursday evening for dinner, laughter, and music rooted in traditional Irish Music, jigs, reels, hornpipes, aires, recitations, stories, and songs . . . addi
Speedway, Dinner and Dialog on Playing Big (3/10): Join us for dialog and dinner as we discuss the highly insightful book, Playing Big, by Tara Mohr. This book offers great practical tips to get you unstuck and moving to go after the desires of your h
Sullivan, 2017 Souper Saturday Cook-Off (3/4): The 2017 Souper Saturday Cook-Off will take place from noon to 2 p.m. on Saturday, March 4, at the Sullivan Plaza Civic Center.
Terre Haute, Ash Wednesday Worship (3/1): Special music, prayers and Scripture will make this a special time to begin this holy season.
Urbana, Big Gigantic (2/28): Formed in 2008, Big Gigantic is an instrumental electronic, hip-hop, jazz musical group who are based out of Boulder, Colorado.
Urbana, Siimba Liives Long (3/5): Siimba started rapping during grade school in Ethiopia. Inspired by the likes of everyone from Nas, 2 Pac, G Unit, The Fugees, DMX, and Outkast, he further honed his craft once back in the States at m
Urbana, Turkuaz (3/16): Turkuaz is a 9-piece “Powerfunk” outfit from Brooklyn, NY, whose modern take on the classic funk sound has established them as leaders in the funk revolution that’s currently taking place in the genre
Valparaiso, Mardi Gras Bash at Yats! (2/28): There will be plenty of Jambalaya and our other delicous etoufees to go around. Drunken Chicken, Chipotle Alexio, Gumbo and Chili Cheese Etouffee with Crawfish!
Valparaiso, Porter County Home Improvement Market (3/10 - 3/12): The Home Show offers home improvement, remodeling and home purchasing ideas as well as ideas to enhance your lifestyle in many ways. This is your opportunity to meet service and product providers face
Valparaiso, Foot Pursuit 5K Trail Race (3/4): Join us in our Foot Pursuit 5K Trail Race. Challenging wooded trail run with rolling hills, unpredictable weather, and fun times!
Warsaw, Coffee and Canvas Fundraiser (3/4): Join us for a fantastic time of fun and fellowship. Enjoy some coffee and cookies as Gabrielle Stephenson teaches us how to paint a 4x6 watercolor.
West Harrison, Heaven or Hell, Its Your Choice (3/4): Our church is presenting a dramatic piece called “Heaven or Hell? It’s Your Choice.” We are inviting you to bring your congregation, family and friends on March 4th at 7:00 p.m.
West Lafayette, Cage the Elephant (3/4): Cage The Elephant are an alternative rock band from Bowling Green, Kentucky, USA, who formed in 2006. They are known for raucous live shows and eclectic alt. rock that takes influence from classic roc
West Lafayette, Embrace Documentary Screening (3/7): EMBRACE will screen in West Lafayette at Goodrich Wabash Landing 9 Theater on March 7th, followed by a brief Q&A and raffle.
Westfield, Ladies Only Basic Pistol Intro (3/26): This course welcomes beginners and novice shooters to the Academy for familiarization and fundamentals, with range time included. Our focus is on building the student's comfort level through a focus o
Westfield, Basic Pistol Introductory (3/25): This course welcomes beginners and novice shooters to the Academy for familiarization and fundamentals, with range time included. Our focus is on building the student's comfort level through a focus o
Williamsport, 4th Annual WLB Purse bingo (3/7): Please join the Women's Legacy Builders for a ladies night out with Bingo, snacks, prizes, and fun. Ten designer purses will be given out as bingo prizes.