August signals the beginning of summer's end. But the season's not over yet! And we're here to tell you how you can make the most of it. Mark your calendars with these festivals to get out and about with the family this August and enjoy the last few weeks of warm temperatures, late sunsets, and summer fun. Indiana State Fair When: August 2-18 Where: Indiana State Fairgrounds, 1202 E. 38th St, Indianapolis This year's theme is Heroes in the Heartland, giving Hoosiers the chance to salute farmers, first responders, teachers, members of the Armed Forces, and more. Join in for another great year of fair food and fun! Photo courtesy of the Indiana State Fair on Facebook German Festival When:\u00a0August 3, 5:00 - 10:00pm Where:\u00a0German Park, 8600 S. Meridian Street, Indianapolis Enjoy German-inspired music by Jay Fox and the Bavarian Showtime Band and The Liederkranz Brass Band. Kids under 12 are free! Broad Ripple Carnival When:\u00a0August 8-11 Where:\u00a0Broad Ripple Park, Indianapolis Celebrate the history of Broad Ripple with activities for the entire family! Featuring carnival rides and games, food and drink, a craft beer garden, live entertainment, a Thursday night community dog walk, and an artisan flea market on Saturday, this is one weekend you won't want to miss. Dog friendly. Free! SoundSport International Music & Food Festival When:\u00a0August 10, 11:00am Where:\u00a0Pan Am Plaza, 201 S. Capitol Ave, Indianapolis Live performances, DrumLine battles, food trucks, and more await music fans downtown Indy this August. Free! SausageFest When:\u00a0August 16-17, 5:30pm Where:\u00a0St. Thomas Aquinas, 4600 N. Kenwood Ave, Indianapolis Enjoy local food, music, craft beer, and wine at this annual event! Kids and teens can also enjoy a variety of activities just for them. Free! Circle City Film Festival When:\u00a0August 22 - 24, 8:00 - 10:00pm Where:\u00a0Georgetown Cinemas, 3898 Lafayette Road, Indianapolis Film lovers, listen up! The 2nd Annual Circle City Film Festival kicks off August 22 and will feature new panels, workshops, and film screenings. GreekFest When:\u00a0August 23-25 Where:\u00a0Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Carmel Don't miss delicious food, live music, traditional dancing, and so much more at the 46th annual running of Indy's GreekFest. Free! Photo courtesy of Indianapolis Greek Festival on Facebook West Indy Art & Music Festival When: August 24th, 3:30 - 9:00pm Where: Meadowood Park, 5700 Meadowood Drive, Speedway Enjoy a day in the park with local artisan booths, food, and music from several local groups. Bring your blankets, coolers, and chairs and set up camp for great live music starting at 4:00pm. Free! Feast of Lanterns When: August 24, 4:00 - 11:00pm Where: Spades Park, 1800 Nowland Ave, Indianapolis This historical festival on the Near Eastside of Indy has evolved greatly from its origins in the late 1800s. Today, all are invited to enjoy local food and drinks, live music, kids activities, and genuine community under twinkling lights. Free! Indy Labor Fest When: August 31, 11:00am - 6:00pm Where: Georgia Street, Downtown Indianapolis All are invited to come together to celebrate working Hoosiers with music, food, beverages, and a kid's zone in the heart of downtown. Free!