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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Come to the Sprint Store at 1279 N. Emerson Avenue with your vehicle trunk decorated for a chance to win from their $500 prize pool. Children can walk around and trick-or-treat from each trunk.
All are welcome to Calvary Baptist Church for food, fun, a bounce house, games and candy. This event is free.
Come enjoy free food, games, door prizes and more. Every child will leave with a goodie bag.
All children 12 and younger are welcome to trick-or-treat around Greenwood Park Mall.
Festival Country Indiana and Johnson County Public Library present a free showing at The Historic Artcraft Theatre of The Public, a movie about homeless people who stage a sit-in at a library on a bitterly cold night in Cincinnati.
Creative Grounds Fine Arts Academy presents the Rodgets and Hammerstein classic musical Oklahoma!
Families are invited to dress up in costumes and see decorated car trunks and get lots of candy for the kids.
All are welcome to First Separate Baptist Church, where there will be decorated trunks for the kids to trick-or-treat from.
Enjoy dinner, drinks and a show featuring monsters and mayhem to celebrate the Halloween season. Check the website for tickets and show times.
Come to the haunted trail from 7 to 8:30 p.m. for the non-scary experience, or get scared from 9 p.m. to midnight.
Guest organist Wolf von Roos and music director Colin Andrews will play original and established works of music to accompany the original silent film Phantom of the Opera. This is free an open to the public.
Festival Country Indiana is bringing The Indiana Short Film Showcase to The Historic Artcraft Theatre on Nov. 4 and is inviting the public to a free reception at the nearby museum followed by a free screening of short films.
The instrumental chamber concerts will showcase Franklin College instrumental students.
Enjoy an evening cabaret featuring Stacia Hulen.
Paint your own vintage Christmas tree or truck, just like grandma’s. The cost is $38 to $114, depending upon what you register to paint. The price includes a beverage from the bar.
Enjoy an evening with award-winning author Callista Buchen at Franklin College.
The Johnson County Public Library welcomes New York Times best-selling author Lisa Jewell.
Trust at a company decreases turnover, increases innovation and pushes individual performance. This workshop explores ways to build trust with others.
Enjoy a themed evening with dancing, casino games, silent auction and more.
Vendors from Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana will be selling furniture, advertising, primitives, jewelry, glassware, art, turquoise, lighting and more.
Come shop from more than 100 vendors, visit with Santa, buy wonderful baked goods and support KIC-IT, a nonprofit that assists youth struggling with homelessness.
Come see great local art, shop for one-of-a-kind gifts, hear live music and enjoy refreshments.
Enjoy a fashion show featuring 2019 fashions and a sneak peak of 2020 fashions, a catered meal and dessert, and shopping opportunities.
Enjoy brunch, shop from a variety of vendor booths, and create crafts. Free admission.
Get a behind the scenes tour of Taxman Brewing Company’s brewery from a Taxman team member.