Celebrate the heritage of Indiana limestone with events and exhibits in Bloomington throughout the month of June.
Bring your pooch to the annual Frankfort Hot Dog Festival for guaranteed fun in the sun.
Learn more about agriculture at the Indiana State Fair’s newest attraction – the Glass Barn.
Adults and teens can enter in Indianapolis’ Hottest Kitchen Entrepreneur Challenge to kick-start their culinary career.
Don’t miss the fun culinary event for at-home chefs, Zest ‘n Zing, happening this May in Indianapolis.
Enjoy more than 200 wines from more than two dozen Indiana wineries, all in one place. Vintage Indiana Wine and Food Festival brings together wineries and vineyards from across the state for a summer wine tasting in Indianapolis.
Attend the Earth Day Indiana Festival – the nation’s largest – to celebrate nature and learn more about the environment and conservation.
Wine and dine along the Indiana Wine Trail with Spring into the Valley, one of the trail’s annual events.
Celebrate the blooming of the cherry blossoms and the growth of Japanese culture in Fort Wayne this May.
Held at Burton’s Maplewood Farm in Medora, the National Maple Syrup Festival takes place during the first and second weekends in March each year. Find out what to expect at the sweet celebration.
Attend the annual Mountain Man Rendezvous in western Indiana for a taste of pre-1840s life.
Have a sticky-sweet time at Wakarusa’s annual Maple Syrup Festival.
Satisfy your holiday sweet tooth with the Hendricks County’s annual HollyDays Cookie Trail.
Welcome the holidays at the annual O’Tannenbaum Days in Jasper, Indiana.
Welcome the fall season with Kelsay Dairy Farms’ annual Dairy Days Fall Festival featuring music, face painting and more.
Take the kids for a day of educational and agricultural fun at Penden Farm’s annual Children’s Farm Festival in Monroe County.
How much corn can you shuck in 20 minutes? The Indiana State Hand Corn Husking Contest invites huskers of all ages and all experience levels to find out.
Sample farm-fresh dishes from local chefs, watch cooking demonstrations, enjoy local music and more at the third annual Dig IN food festival in downtown Indianapolis.
Discover the Feast of the Hunters’ Moon Festival in Lafayette, which celebrates the historic fall gathering of French traders and American Indians from the mid-18th century.
Our Native Bounty Wildflower Workshop, hosted by the State Garden Club of Indiana Central West District, will show attendees how to use native plants in their home gardens.
Celebrate the persimmon at the annual Mitchell Persimmon Festival in Lawrence County.
Save the date for rides, live music, parades and more than 200 vendors at the 2012 Dekalb County Free Fall Fair.
Get your fill of the creamiest cheeses, ice cold milk, and refreshing ice cream at the 2012 Indiana State Fair as they honor the Year of Dairy Cows.
Find 4th of July celebrations in towns across Indiana including the patriotic-named Americus, Liberty and Patriot.
See the story of Abraham Lincoln’s childhood from the perspective of the 16th U.S. president in the new musical “A. Lincoln: A Pioneer Tale.”
A summer full of celebrations in 2012 will mark the 100th birthday of Bill Monroe, the father of bluegrass music, in his adopted hometown of Bean Blossom.
What is a “pierogi”? A “busha”? A “babushka”? Expand your knowledge of all things Polish at the annual Pierogi Fest in Whiting.
From limestone to live music, you’re sure to find plenty of things to see and do in Bloomington during the summer months.
If your little ones enjoy The Polar Express book and movie, they’d probably love to hop on the Polar Bear Express train ride offered by the Indiana Transportation Museum. In 2012, the museum is offering three weekends of rides to accommodate all of the excited passengers on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. Each trip begins at…
Ring in the holiday season with a visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus and their live reindeer at Richmond Furniture Gallery’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Festival.
Feeling sheepish? Then you might want to attend the Indiana Sheep Symposium in Lebanon, Indiana, this fall.
With nearly 25 percent of Hoosiers claiming German roots, the German culture is woven into the state’s fabric. Oktoberfests provide an opportunity to share and celebrate that heritage.
Each year in late July, a reunion of the survivors of the USS Indianapolis is held in Indianapolis, Ind., the home to a memorial to the worst naval disaster in United States history.
The third-annual Smokin’ on the River BBQ Competition in Jeffersonville is a national contest sanctioned by the Kansas City BBQ Society and is an automatic qualifier for the Royale and Jack Daniels barbecue competitions.
Bordering the Wabash River in west-central Indiana, Terre Haute’s recognition as the 2010 Community of the Year by the Indiana Chamber of Commerce mirrors the great things happening in this river city.
Whether you’ve gone every year or you’ve never gone before, if you look, you’ll find that there are a lot of hidden gems at the Indiana State Fair.
The Azalea Path Arboretum & Botanical Gardens, located in Hazleton, was founded in 1979 by Beverly Knight, who was inspired by the gardens she saw when she was a UPS driver.
One of the best things about the holidays is driving around and seeing all the beautiful holiday decorations lighting up the night.
Shipshewana is a magical place to visit in December, when the town gears up for its annual ice festival that takes place Dec. 27-31, 2010.
Enjoy the 2010 holiday season by taking part in Metamora’s Old-Fashioned Christmas Walk, an event that features nostalgic activities including horse-drawn carriage rides and pictures with Santa and Mrs. Claus.
You can find spooky entertainment such as performances, walking tours and haunted venues throughout Indiana.
Did you known Indianapolis is home to more war memorials than any other U.S. city aside from Washington, D.C.?
While October wasn’t officially declared National Popcorn Poppin’ Month until 1999, the holiday has been celebrated for more than 25 years.
Taking place during the first weekend of November each year, Muster on the Wabash is a family-friendly event where attendees can learn about U.S. history.
Before Thanksgiving rolls around each year, the city of Ferdinand gears up for a citywide Christmas celebration that draws thousands of visitors.