Upcoming Events in and around Indianapolis
The PRI Trade Show Is The Epicenter Of New Racing Technology
- Buyers From All 50 States And 70+ Countries
- 1,100 Exhibiting Companies Totaling Over 3,300 Booths
- More New Racing Products Than Anywhere On Earth
Attention Racing Industry Suppliers:
- Capture Your Share Of This Powerful Market
- Conduct Business Face To Face With Racing Key Decision Makers
- Get Your Products Into The All-Important Racing Distribution Pipeline
- Exhibit Space Is Still Available!
Attention Racing Industry Buyers:
- Preview The Latest Advances In Racing Technology And Products
- Shop The Latest Machining And Fabricating Equipment
- Get Ready For 2017! You Can’t Afford To Miss A Single Day
- Preregister Online, And Receive Your Credentials In The Mail
Don’t miss the three biggest business days in motorsports when the worldwide racing industry gathers in Indianapolis, December 7 - 9, 2017, for the 30th Annual Performance Racing Industry Trade Show.
Christmas Gift & Hobby Show will be one of the grand holiday shopping events that will be held in Indiana. The event will allow the visitors to have easy access to all kinds of gift items under one roof in the festival season. All kinds of items that the visitors will love to gift to their near and dear ones will be now within their easy reach through the medium of the show. The event has the backing of a strong experience which is more than 60 years old. Thus, the visitors are sure to find gift items of top quality that will be appealing from the point of view of functionality as well as aesthetics.Christmas Christmas Gift & Hobby Show will definitely enable the visitors a mega shopping adventure of five days which will enliven the holiday spirit within them.
In a distinctly Catholic setting,
the National Catholic Youth Conference
to encounter Christ, experience church,
and be empowered for discipleship.
Every other year, Catholic young people and their chaperones—youth ministers, campus ministers, parents, catechists, priests, coaches, and scout leaders—come together to pray, learn, and grow in their faith. In addition to opportunities to receive the sacraments of the Eucharist and penance, NCYC participants attend general and breakout sessions on topics relevant to living as a disciple of Christ in today's world, visit with organizations that provide resources and other support to youth and youth ministry, spend time in personal and communal prayer, and engage in service to others. November 16 -18, 2017, downtown Indianapolis
Create a brand-new family tradition with Winterlights at Newfields, a dazzling outdoor light experience celebrating the holiday season.
Breathe in the crisp, winter air, filled with the scent of evergreens and campfires. Marvel at the choreographed light show on the Lilly House lawn and stroll garden pathways, nestled amongst trees glowing with color. Listen to your favorite Christmas songs as you sip on a hot beverage, and warm your hands by the fire while roasting marshmallows.
Winterlights at Newfields is perfect for romantic date nights or festive family outings. Start at new holiday tradition with us and make memories that will last a lifetime.
Foods and drinks available include Newfields beer from Taxman Brewery, s'more kits sold by local Girl Scouts, hot apple cider (can be spiked with Bulleit bourbon), hot chocolate, (can be spiked with peppermint Schnapps), wine in a can, warm cinnamon roasted almonds, and warm cookies.
Tickets: $20-$25, adults; $12-$17, youth 6-17; $15-$20, adult members; $8-$13, youth members 6-17; free, children 5 and under.
4000 N. Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN 46208
Lights at the Brickyard
We don’t usually get to see the famed oval at night, but this drive-through display shines some light 2.5 million lights to be exact on a two-mile course through the infield and crossing the start-finish line at the Yard of Bricks through December 30. Admission is $25 and up per car, and Speedy Passes are available to help you avoid waiting in line. Only 2.5 miles from the Waterfront Hotel. Why not include that in your weekend get away?
Festival of Trees
The Indiana Historical Society becomes a winter wonderland with 80 elaborately decorated trees, plus a 30-foot beauty you have to see to believe. Vote for your favorite, find the 10 pickle ornaments (Weihnachtzgurke), search for the Elf on the Shelf, and enjoy sing-alongs when you visit through January 6. Festival of Trees is included with admission of $5-$9.
A Christmas Carol at Indiana Repertory Theatre
The IRT’s presentation of this classic tale is a holiday tradition for many Hoosiers. It’s faithful to Charles Dickens’ story of one man’s redemption after learning lessons about love from ghosts past and future. Opening night is Saturday, and the play runs through December 24. You can even meet reindeer and Santa’s elf before select performances! Tickets are $25 and up.