Artmobilia: A Carmel Summer Staple.

Mark your calendars for the 10th annual summer tradition: Artmobilia, presented by ADESA. Taking place downtown Carmel at Main and Rangeline on Saturday, August 26th starting at 11 a.m., this free, family-fun event is one to see. 


Come out to see 400 enthusiast and collector cars across more than 26 classes, including Super Car, Exotic, Classic, Sports car, European, Domestic, Vintage and Racers.

The event is expected to attract nearly 15,000 visitors from Indiana and nearby states. Enjoy the local fare of the Arts & Design District galleries, eateries and shops alongside incredible car collections from the Midwest and beyond. 

Car building legend, Troy Trepanier and his team at Rad Rides will joining the event this year. For more than twenty years, this team has been building nationally-recognized, award-winning custom cars for top organizations and collectors. Trepanier has been featured on television programs such as Rides and Overhaulin’, recognized with Bonneville land speed records, Riddler, AMBR, and Barrett Cup, street machine of the year awards, and his work is regularly seen at SEMA and many other national events, plus featured in numerous feature articles from a variety of publications.

Click here to learn more about the event!

Lots of public parking will be available for the event: Indiana Design Center underground parking garage (200 S. Range Line Road), Sophia Square’s underground parking garage (SW corner of 1st St. NW and 1st Ave. NW) or Carmel Lions Club lot (141 East Main Street).

Have fun at this annual summer tradition!

Saturday Farmers Markets: Shop Local.

Hop on your bike or drive to one of the fabulous Farmers Markets we have around us. Shop local produce, plants, foods and crafts.

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If you’re not sure where to go, here’s a list of some of the local markets waiting for you:

Fishers Farmers Market
When and where: Saturdays, 8a to noon downtown Fishers at the Nickel Plate Amp (6 Municipal Drive)
What: Over 55 vendors, featuring delicious local food, beverages, beef jerky, honey, plant-inspired products, plants and flowers and much more. And of course, egg rolls.

Click this link for more information.

Saxony Farmers Market
When and where: Saturdays, 8 a to noon at Saxony (131st and Olio Road, Fishers)
What: Local vendors featuring farm-fresh produce and artisanal foods, plus flowers, veggies, home decor, face painting, children’s books, toys and gifts.

Click here for additional information.

Carmel Farmers Market
When and where: Saturdays, 8 to 11:30a at 5 Center Green
What: organic products, baked goods, fresh produce, honey, plants, flowers, wine, eggs, poultry, fish and much more.

Click this link for more details.

Noblesville Main Street Farmers Market
When and where: Saturdays, 8a to noon at Federal Hill Commons (SR 32 and SR 19)
What: Said to be the oldest and biggest Hamilton County farmers market, shop from over 80 vendors for fruits, veggies, plants, flowers, herbs, foods and baked goods. You will also find jewelry, art, crafts and even a food court featuring breakfast and lunch items.

Click here for more information and a parking map.

Take advantage of your Saturday mornings to shop local this summer season with the best of Hamilton County’s local farmers, artisans and vendors.


NPD Arts Crawl!

Make plans to take part in the Arts Crawl on July 14th starting at 6p downtown Fishers.


Approximately 25 Fishers businesses will be participating in this free, fun Friday night event. View local artwork throughout your tour, meet local and regional artists and have the opportunity to purchase art from 6 to 9 p.m.

After the Arts Crawl, head over to the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater for the AMP After Dark concert and enjoy the music of the popular, locally-reowned artist Jennie DeVoe at 9 p.m.

Enjoy this fun evening downtown Fishers with family and friends.

Participating vendors include:

2017 Arts Crawl Participating Businesses
Archer’s Meats & Catering
Art in City Hall
Carpenter Realtors®
Citizens State Bank
Four Day Ray
Fishers Mah Jongg Center
Gallery 116
Jeanette C. Kassenbaum. Attorney
Kelsaw’s Music Study
Lily & Sparrow
Meyer Najem
Oak and Ivy Boutique
Pure Eatery Fishers
Radiate 60 Hair Collective
Sharp Printing
Source Yoga
The Depot at Nickel Plate
The Pint Cycle
The Flats at Switch
The Well Coffeehouse
The Wine Guy at Grapevine Cottage


Geist Greenway. Have You Heard?

Have you heard about the upcoming Geist Greenway project?

The Greenway will take a Duke Energy easement that runs from about Olio Road at Saxony to 113th Street near Geist, then south to 96th Street and transform it into a path, up to 15-feet wide, allowing for connectivity on this East side of Fishers.

Plans for the multi-use trail will expand recreation among the neighborhoods nearby and provide access points to run, walk, bike or skate to the slated new waterfront park. Anticipated to be completed later this year, the Greenway will give a trail experience and also connect with Geist Park, a 17-acre park located along Fall Creek.


Fishers received $3 million in Federal funding which will partially pay for the construction project. The Geist Greenway will also work with developers to provide trail connectivity for future neighborhoods.

Enjoy the many parks and trails that our city provides and continues to create!



Fireworks and Fun for the Fourth.

If you’re wondering where the local hotspots for fireworks shows and Independence Day fun are, here’s a list of some of what’s going on around town.


Blast on the Bridge: Fall Creek Road Bridge, 10:15p on July 4 (food and games start at 6 p.m.)

Star Spangled Symphony: Conner Prairie, 8p on July 1st through the 4th (click here for tickets)

Noblesville Fourth of July Festival: Noblesville High School, parade at 4:30p; festival from 6 – 10p; fireworks at 10p on July 4

IPL Downtown Freedom Fest: On the grounds of the Indiana War Memorial starting at 6p.

Downtown Freedom Blast: Regions Bank Tower, downtown Indy, at 9:45p on July 4

Happy Independence Day! Be safe!



Fishers Freedom Festival This Weekend!

It’s the annual event that kicks off Fourth of July celebrations in Fishers.

Holland G. Park is packed with music and entertainment stages, disc dog competitions, vendor booths, carnival foods, local restaurants and all that is festival fun. The festival is free; the “suggested” admission includes: school supplies, new backpacks, canned foods, diapers, new toys and/or books. Drop boxes will be available throughout the festival.


Saturday, June 24th:
Saturday kicks off with the 5K Event and Family Walk. Registration ends at 8a when the event begins. The Kiddie Run is at 8:45a for children ages nine and under. Shop local at the Juried Fine Arts and Crafts Booths which are open from 9a to 8p on Saturday. Watch the Indy Disc Dog competitions.

Opening ceremonies kick off at 10a with the raising of the flag, beginning of the silent auction and the opening of the children’s tent and food vendor trucks and tents. Enjoy entertainment throughout the day!

Live music at the entertainment tent includes My Delilah Band — Classic Rock (5p) and School of Rock teen tent (starting at 6p). Enjoy tethered hot air balloon rides, dancing, music and more. The evening wraps up with Wright Brothers Band on the outdoor stage in the grass at 7:30p.

Sunday, June 25th: 
Sunday morning starts with a nondenominational church service at 8:45a. The arts and crafts booths are open from 11a to 8p. At noon, enjoy lots of entertainment such as a NASCAR simulator, rock climbing wall, water balloon launch, kids’ tent, laser tag, corn maze and more. Enjoy live music and dancing throughout the day.

The 29th annual Freedom Festival Parade lineup begins at 3p. The route includes: 116th Street, Technology Lane, Lantern Road, North Street, Municipal Dr. and Holland Drive, which will all be closed from 3 to 6p. The parade begins at 4p and has a NEW ROUTE this year. The parade starts at Technology Lane and Lantern Road south on Lantern Rd. to 116th St. west to Holland Dr. and will travel north on Holland Dr. to Ellipse Pkwy. and back on Lantern Rd. and back to Technology Ln. where the parade will end.

Back at the entertainment tent will be tethered balloon rides, live music by Summerfest bands, School of Rock Carmel & School of Rock Fishers (6 to 7p); Brittny & Jaemin (7:15 to 8:15p) and Paul Stretch (8:30 to 9:30p). Big Daddy Caddy will conclude the music and play until the fireworks begin (sometime around dusk). 

Take part in this annual tradition downtown Fishers! Have fun!

For the schedule of events, click here.



Meals from the Market: Downtown Noblesville.

Looking for a fun outdoor dining event? Check out Meals from the Market! This unique farm-to-table dining event is back again this year and is hitting one of the best alleys in downtown Noblesville.


Not only do Farmers Market chefs create delicious meals, but the event also includes local music and art by Farmers Market vendors! Brought to you by Noblesville Main Street, this #shoplocal event includes local produce, meat and goods in combination with historic downtown Noblesville.