June 1, 2013
Burton Brother’s Carnival is coming back! Join us for some fun and games! Rides for all ages!
The carnival operates from May 24th-June 1st.
Hours of Operation:
Friday 24: 5PM-11PM
Sat. 25: 3PM-11PM
Sun. 26: 3PM-10 PM
Mon. 27: 3PM-10PM
Tues 28 thru Thurs. 30: 5pm-10PM
Friday 3: 5PM-11PM
Saturday 1: 3PM-11PM
Carnival will be located in back parking lot, behind food court, adjacent to the Movie Theatre.
Any questions, call the mall office at 317.214.6956
The Eagle Creek Park Foundation invites children ages 4-14 to one of the nation’s largest municipal parks for a free-fishing day. Kids can fish license-free and enjoy the great outdoors with a cookout, door prizes, goody bags, the Pacers Fan Van and area mascots.
Participants are encouraged to bring their own fishing equipment, although a limited number of rods and reels will be available to borrow. Bait is provided. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Pre-registration deadline is May 30 at 5 p.m. Registration forms are available at the Eagle Creek Park Office or online at www.eaglecreekpark.org. Space is limited to the first 400 participants.
Rain date is scheduled for Sunday, June 2.
It’s never been easier to create music and record on a computer. Even if you don’t know an insert from an input, modern technology makes it easy to produce great-sounding recordings at home.
Join us every Saturday morning at any Guitar Center and learn how to take your ideas from basic tracks to finished songs in just four user-friendly classes. Every month, we cover either Pro Tools or GarageBand. See below for a list of upcoming classes. Register now, as seats are limited.
See the full schedule at Guitar Center online.
Indiana Landmarks’ free guided tour around the physical and symbolic heart of Indianapolis tells the intriguing story of Monument Circle, past and present. You’ll hear about the Soldiers and Sailors Monument and why the woman on top faces south. You’ll learn the roundabout’s role in the original city plan and the stories of the encircling architecture.
When? 10:00 a.m. every Friday and Saturday, May-October (no reservation required, no tour if it’s raining cats and dogs).
Where? Tour departs from the South Bend Chocolate Company, located in the southwest quadrant of Monument Circle.
Parking? We suggest one of the Circle Centre mall garages, $1.50 for three hours (enter from Georgia, Illinois, or Washington streets).
Available at other times? Yes, we’ll be happy to conduct a tour on the day and time of your choosing for a fee. We charge $5 per person, with a $50 minimum charge, so it’s best to have a group.
This super-exciting craft lets young parachutists take their imaginations sky high…and dive into fun!
To kick off the Library’s 2013 Summer Reading Program, “Read Together, Right Now!”, children, teens and families are invited for a theatrical recreation concert celebrating the greatest rock and roll band of all time, the Beatles! Take a trip back to 1964 with BritBeat’s tribute to the Beatles, with mop tops, retro costumes, vintage instruments and harmonizing vocals. It’s a musical, visual, multimedia and theatrical concert that authentically recreates the electrifying performances of the “Fab Four.” This free concert will be held in the Clowes Auditorium at Central Library. Seating is limited. Free tickets will be available at 12 noon in the Learning Curve.
Get in to a Scrap-IN for just $5! Join us for scrapping, chatting and project inspiration. Sponsored by National Scrapbooking Month.
Date: Saturday, 06/01
Time: 3pm – 9pm