National Powwow XVI Celebration Returns to Hendricks County, July 3-6

American Indian Tribal Dancing, Tipis, Music, Crafts to Provide Unique Cultural Experience DANVILLE, IN (June 19, 2014) – Hendricks County will once again host one of the nation’s biggest events promoting awareness and education of the American Indian culture. National Powwow XVI, which has been held every three years since its inception in 1969, returns […]

Mayberry Coming to Midwest in Danville

DANVILLE, IN (February 25, 2014) –Since 1992, Danville’s Mayberry Cafe has served up down-home cooking and plenty of Andy Griffith Show nostalgia to thousands of people who come to Hendricks County every year from around the region, country and even the world. Restaurant owners Brad and Christine Born with the help of the Downtown Danville Partnership plan […]

Make Holiday Memories at the Indianapolis Zoo

The 45th year of Christmas at the Zoo presented by Donatos and Teachers Credit Union begins Nov. 29 INDIANAPOLIS — A generous sprinkling of twinkling lights, a cup of hot cocoa and just a dash of snow — it’s the recipe for a wonderful holiday experience. Add in some fascinating animals and you have Christmas at the […]

CJ McClanahan Presents Thrivemap on Friday

Earlier this year we heard from CJ McClanahan about how he was glad that his dad decided to move their family to Indianapolis. Now we can hear from CJ McClanahan again, but this time he’ll be talking about the moves you should plan on making in 2014 to succeed with his annual presentation of Thrivemap. […]

Quest for Sustainability Expo in Indianapolis

Indiana has a fairly great growing climate for growing fresh foods. Not too hot, not too cold. Our winters kill off many pests and diseases. We have four seasons which allows a bigger variety of produce. One of the things Indy lacks is more self sustainable initiatives. Growing your own food, preserving your own food, […]