There are always great festivals and events happening in Festival Country Indiana, just south of Indy. We are your destination for music festivals, craft brew and wine festivals, and weekend festivals that check the box for “plenty of things to do with kids.”
So, if you’re looking for things to do this weekend, come to the place of festivals. Once you experience Festival Country Indiana, you'll want to return time and time again.
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Register online and have your kids take part in the healthy kids running series.
Experience hayrides, a straw bale playground, miniature train rides, farm animals, a straw fort, a little farmer experience, a human hamster wheel and more.
Southside Art League will be exhibiting the paintings and other art of Avon artist Brenda Pettigrew.
Buy a scarecrow to decorate for your home or business, or check the Scarecrow Madness website in October for a list of all the places you can go to see creatively decorated scarecrows.
Franklin College’s annual Homecoming Alumni Weekend features a full lineup of activities.
Experience food and conversation as you may never have before – without your sight. Your remaining senses are rewired to savor the taste and smell of your dining experience.
Come and visit the library. Let them introduce you to the new spaces, services, and activities that they host. And they’ll serve you cake.
Join Farm Girl Mercantile for a fun night of creating Halloween decorations.
The Franklin College Theatre Department will present its first play of the year, Blithe Spirit.
Register to take part in the Refuge Pickleball Tournament, a benefit for an organization that provides food and assistance to people in need.
The Roy E. Tillotson Alumni Golf Tournament will be held at Hillview Country Club in Franklin.
Enjoy a corn maze, hayrides, farm animals, pumpkins and more.
Enjoy a corn maze, hayrides to the pumpkin patch, and a fall market.
Vendors from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana will be selling furniture, advertising, primitives, jewelry, glassware, art, turquoise, lighting and more.
Enjoy a fall artisan market with local products by local companies that will be set up all over the flower fields at Dollie’s Farm.
Come to Farm Girl Mercantile for hundreds of pumplins, gourds, mums, corn stalks, outside vendors, and live music.
Kids can paint a small pumpkin with the ice queen and get a photo with the character.
Kids can make a necklace and there will be songs and professional photos.
Creative Council of Franklin will take over porches of downtown Franklin and feature local artists, musicians and performers.
Nearly every Saturday from June to October, people gather with lawn chairs and blankets to enjoy a variety of live music at the Greenwood Amphitheater.
The Crowbar presents Katrina Brown and co-star Carlin Hagerty. With Katrina’s metal head and potpourri of physical oddities, there is no shortage of material for her to draw from.
The public is invited to the Franklin Elks for a live music event.
Linville’s Antique Farm Collection opens for public viewing on select open house days.
The Historic Artcraft Theatre in downtown Franklin is an official venue for the Heartland Film Festival. They are screening several films.
The recital will showcase faculty members of the Franklin College Music Department. It will feature a wide range of musical talents.