What to do this Weekend

What To Do This Weekend 1.10-1.12

Friday, January 10th

Pfreak Show is back and you don’t want to miss it! They are performing on Friday night and Saturday night. Catch them at Al’s Sports Bar at Imperial Lanes. Grab your friends and put your dancing pants on, you won’t regret it. Music starts at 10, come early if you want to get a table.

ICE & WEER… acoustically rockin’ The Poplar Pub! This is one incredibly cool nightspot… great atmosphere, great food and delicious beverages!! If you haven’t experienced The Poplar Pub, then end the week with ICE & WEER this Friday! And if you have, well, c’mon back, enjoy and party with Eddie Ice and Tim “Bassman” Weer!! Music starts around 8:30 and ends around midnight.

Upland Brewing Company in Bloomington is hosting an Ice Carving Battle this Friday from 6-10pm. There will be a live ice carving battle, food trucks, and an ice bar.

Ice of America brings their talented and award winning artists to the Upland Stage for an all ages, interactive ice sculpting show unlike anything you’ve ever seen before! Trust us, this is an event you won’t want to miss.
Come early and enjoy Upland beer served from an ice bar, a warm meal inside the Brewpub, plus a First Friday event inside The Wood Shop (The First Friday event is 21+ only).
Food trucks La Poblana and Doner Kebab will also be on site all evening!
Outside food and beverage is not allowed. This is a free event, and no tickets are required for entry.

Bloomington’s inaugural Freezefest is a community celebration designed to beat the winter doldrums with fun interactive activities for the entire family to enjoy together. You can find more information about this week long festival at https://www.visitbloomington.com/freezefest/.

Grab your parachute pants, the aquanet, spandex and leg warmers. Break dance, and Bust a Move to your favorite 80’s jams at The Rathskeller with Big 80s live! Big 80’s is celebrating our 20 years of rocking as The Big 80’s. They will have giveaways and special guest appearances!

Is taking place in the Carmel Arts & Design District
Friday, January 10 on Main Street
· 4-8 p.m. Ice carving on Main Street as planned
Saturday, January 11
Sunday, January 12 at The Ice at Center Green
· 9 a.m. – noon, Ice Carving competition
· Noon – 3 p.m. Carmel Fire Department Chili Cook-off
· 1 – 4 p.m. Quick Carve Off
· 4 p.m. Winners announced

Join them January 10-12 for the 3rd Annual Festival of Ice, a weekend of celebrating the art of ice carving with some of the best professional carvers in the Midwest sharing their creativity and skills on Main Street and at the Ice at Center Green.

Saturday, January 11th

Pfreak Show is back and you don’t want to miss it! They are performing on Friday night and Saturday night. Catch them at Al’s Sports Bar at Imperial Lanes. Grab your friends and put your dancing pants on, you won’t regret it. Music starts at 10, come early if you want to get a table.

Stop by the Swope this Saturday and be inspired by Caroline Peddle Ball Early Years Exhibition. Try your hand with clay and make small relief sculptures. Open to the public and free. Drop in between 1-3 PM.

Indiana State Men’s Basketball heads off against the Illinois State Redbirds this Saturday. Tip off is at 2pm.

The Vigo County Historical Society and Museums Saturday Feature Film is Jack and the Beanstalk. This 1952 family comedy features the famous comedy duo of Abbott and Costello. The film will play from 1-2pm.

New Wave Pro: Anniversary

Takes place at the National Guard on Maple Avenue at 7pm.

Advanced Tickets
$15.00 Front Row
$15.00 Second Row

General Admission is $7.00 or Family 5 pack for $20.00

NWP Championship Steel Cage
Joey O’Riley vs Sam Knight

A year in the making!
Kongo Kong – Da Juggernaut Osyris vs Justin Kyle

The Big O’s are playing at Charlie’s Pub and Grub this Saturday night. Grab a tweety and listen to some sweet tunes from 8-11pm.

Get your farm fix in the off-season. Since 2008, the Indy Winter Farmers Market has provided Downtown residents with a direct source of local produce and goods during the winter months.

The Farmers Market starts on Saturday, November 9, 2019, and runs every Saturday through April 25, 2020, from 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. at the Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E Brookside Ave). The Indy Winter Farmers Market is one of the longest-running winter markets in the state of Indiana.

We believe everyone in our community should have access to local and fresh foods. Our market continues to be the only farmers market in the state to offer triple-match dollars for SNAP (The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program), ensuring the market is an accessible place to shop for all members of the community.

The triple-match SNAP allows shoppers to use, $20 of their benefits to get an additional $40, ending up with a total of $60 to spend at the market.

At the market, you will find some of the best in local produce farmers, artisan food producers, including sustainably raised meats and dairy products, unique baked goods, preserved and fermented foods, and much more. Bring the whole family and enjoy breakfast in the cafe area, listen to live music, and let your kiddies play in the new and improved Lil’ Sprouts area.

Sunday, January 12th

Join Angela for a “Get to know your Cricut” session at Charm School. You will look through Design Space (bring your laptop and/or iPad – no Cricut machines this time, please), check out the materials that can be used on the different versions and get your questions answered! This will be a very informal, but informative session.

The event takes place Sunday from 2-3:30pm. Ticket sales end 24 hours prior to the event. Seats are limited, so buy your ticket today!


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