Check out our list of 5 things to do in Indianapolis this weekend!
As restrictions begin to loosen around the state, community events and activities are slowly beginning again. Please always remember to have your mask and hand sanitizer handy, maintain social distancing, and follow any additional guidelines provided so that all can enjoy summer in Indy safely.
Garfield Parks Arts Center, 2432 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis
Friday, June 26, 9:00 pm
Bring your vehicle full of friends and family, and enjoy a screening of the newly-released Lion King! Movies will take place on the west field behind the Garfield Park Arts Center. Concessions/food will not be available, but you are welcome to bring your own! If you leave your vehicle, please help us keep everyone safe by following CDC guidelines and maintaining a distance of 6 feet from others. Free!
6179 N. Rural St., Indianapolis
Saturday, June 27, 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
Shop fresh local produce, meats, eggs, and artisanal foods! Review their updated safety protocols for this summer before going.
Arsenal Park, 1400 E. 46th St., Indianapolis
Saturday, June 27, 3:00 pm
Come stretch in the sunshine and smell the fresh air! A portion of the proceeds fund the Keystone-Monon Community Garden at Arsenal Park, help sponsor community events and normalize urban agriculture. Donations can be made online at paypal.me/kmcommunitygarden or drop cash in the donation jar. Bring your mat or towel and water bottle. There is plenty of room to spread out our mats, and we ask that everyone maintain physical distancing practices. Kids are welcome! We just ask that you help them remember to physically distance as well.
Fort Harrison State Park, 6000 North Post Road, Indianapolis
Sunday, June 28, 9:00 am
Bird-watching can be an enjoyable hobby for everyone. Join the naturalist for some helpful tips on using binoculars and field guides. Wear appropriate footwear and bring water for this 1.5-mile hike. If possible, bring your own binoculars to limit sharing items! Meet at the Delaware Lake parking area.
Downtown Canal, just north of the USS Indianapolis Memorial
Sunday, June 28, 4:00 pm
Join in on this fun and family-friendly drum circle! Bring your drums, dun duns, shakers, tambourines, chairs and water. Also for all of the flow arts bring your hula hoops, poi and dancing feet. This drum circle is open to all and will be every Sunday on the Canal at 4pm for the rest of the summer. Invite new drummers and bring your family and friends! Free!
Of course, that’s not all that’s on tap for fun this weekend. Discover the rest at the Indy’s Child Calendar of Events!