Hidden Gems

Make It, Take It Art Classes at Indianapolis Art Center

The Indianapolis Art Center offers hundreds of art classes every year and hosts many exhibitions in its six galleries. It sits on 9.5 acres on the White River in Broad Ripple. The mission of the Indianapolis Art Center is...

Hidden Gems: Traders Point Creamery Tours

Before the quarantine, my three boys’ athletic lives had taken over ours. We would leave work, grab a quick meal and carpool the boys to their practices. Repeat. Five nights per week. As it did for so many, the...

Hidden Gems: World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery

The World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery is proof that good things can come in small packages.  The gallery — located in the Carmel Art and Design District — features student art from all grade levels in the Carmel-Clay school system, as well as Our...

Stuckey Farm Orchard and Cider Mill

What fall foods are fresher than those you pick yourself? At Stuckey Farm in Sheridan, families can pick 27 varieties of apples, pumpkins and more. Don’t forget to stop into the Country Market as well to stock up on...

Hidden Gems of Hamilton County

Hidden gems are everywhere – sometimes all it takes is a fresh set of eyes to see them! Here are two Hamilton County spots worth uncovering while summer is still here. Footgolf What do you call it when someone plays golf...

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Get Schooled on Private School

From a large Catholic high school to a small Montessori elementary, a nature-based program on 40 acres or a selective school for gifted students,...

Beth-El Zedeck Early Childhood Center

Our Beth-El Zedeck Early Childhood Program begins it's 40th year and is open to the public. We recognize that intellectual, social, emotional, spiritual and...

Herron Preparatory School

Herron Preparatory Academy is a member of the Indianapolis Classical Schools network and joins the award-winning Herron High School and Riverside High School. Indianapolis...

Shed the “Covid 19”

Well, you officially made it through 2020, but the “covid 19” — you know, that extra weight you took on during quarantine — is...
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