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Holland Park is Central for Fun

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Holland Park is the town of Fishers oldest park, and it remains one of its most popular. Located just north of 116th Street in the center of town, it’s within walking distance for many residents. The community building has been renovated recently, with the addition of upgraded restrooms and family restrooms. The park building hosts […]

Fish, ride and more at Fort Harrison

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Cities can cause claustrophobia in me, especially in the summertime. I grew up in the Chicago area, and my family and I loved to escape on vacation to a campground or lake where we could be outside and not surrounded by buildings. When I started feeling this same need in Indy, I drove out to Fort […]

Fun and Fitness Meet at Brooks School Road Park

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Residents in the popular Sandstone subdivision live within walking distance of one of the best parks in Hamilton County. Brooks School Road park has just about everything neighborhood park could offer. Located on Brooks School Road, just north of 116th Street, this 16.5 acre park boasts two ADA playgrounds. One is geared for children 2-5 […]

McCordsville’s Newest Park Needs a Name

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The Town of McCordsville announced last week that they will be holding a “Name the Park” contest for their newest park facility. Located on the same grounds as the McCordsville Town Hall, this new park needs a name! The park currently features a walking path and picnic gazebo. Saplings have been planted, and with a […]

Youth Center With Indoor/outdoor BMX/Skate Park Coming To Brownsburg

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On Saturday, May 17, 2014, from 2pm-6pm at Arbuckle Park, Wheels Up Youth Center, Inc. will be hosting the first public awareness event to introduce their plans to bring a youth center with an indoor BMX/skate park and outdoor skate plaza to Brownsburg. The non-profit corporation has launched their web site, www.wheelsupyouthcenter.com, that will update […]

Indianapolis’ Earth Day Festival: A Long Standing Tradition

Indianapolis Earth Day Festival 2014

Earth Day is an important American holiday that marks the anniversary of the modern environmental movement that began in 1970. The hippie and flower –child culture of the 1960’s was at its high point in 1970’s. When most people think of hippies and flower children they often associate them with drugs and tree huggers. Yet […]

I Live at Grand Park Now

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Grand Park is now the official home of Westfield Youth Sports, kicking off with a grand opening ceremony on April 19th. The baseball players lined up on the baselines while the Oak Trace choir sang the national anthem, and the Westfield Fire Department Honor Guard carried the flag. The girls marched onto their field, team […]

April 19: EGGnormous Egg Hunt at Lions Park

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Easter is quickly approaching and it’s one of my favorite holidays. It’s a time of celebration in church. It’s also a time to enjoy spring with kids and family. Of course that means Easter baskets, candy and Easter egg hunts.  I loved them as a kid and as an adult, it’s fun to take the […]