Hello March! The temperatures are rising, so get outside. We’ve compiled a list of virtual/in-person events, activities, & live entertainment in the surrounding area. Check them out below!
Friday, March 5th
In Station Eleven the Traveling Symphony provides entertainment for their fellow survivors by performing Shakespeare’s plays for settlements as they migrate along the Great Lakes. Dr. Laura Bates, author of the 2016 Community Read Shakespeare Saved My Life will highlight the universal appeal of Shakespearean drama, discuss her experiences teaching Shakespeare in prisons, and celebrate the 20th Community Read in Vigo County. Register at www.vigo.lib.in.us/events to receive a Zoom link.
Dusty Miller is playing at 365 Bar & Grill this Friday at 8pm.
Tom & Jerry is back at the Moon Lite Drive-In Theater this weekend. The second showing will be The Croods 2.
Join Noblesville for First Friday! Sip and shop your way through downtown Noblesville! Participating merchants will be offering cocktails as you shop their sales!
Grab your BFF and favorite mask and get ready for the ultimate girls night! Maps will be available at all participating locations or stop by and see us at NobleMade! Drop your map off outside NobleMade by 9 PM to be entered in a drawing for a downtown Noblesville gift card package.
Please adhere to social distancing guidelines as well as state and local COVID guidelines.
Saturday, March 6th
Join the Verve & the Emily Bennett Studio at 4PM on Saturday 3/6 for a (socially distanced & masks required) cocktails and crafts class! They will create a beginner level macramé plant hanger, and your first cocktail is included with your ticket! Class should take approximately 90 minutes.
Register today for the 2021 Trail Run Series! The first race will take place on Saturday, March 6th at the Wabashiki Fish and Wildlife Area and will begin at 8:45 a.m. at the Dewey Point Trailhead!
March 6th 8 a.m.- 12 p.m.
March 13th 8 a.m.- 12 p.m.
March 20th 8 a.m.- 12 p.m.
NOTE: Registration is REQUIRED for this event and includes a $10 registration fee. Thanks in advance!
To register or for more information, please call our administrative office at 812-462-3392, message us on social media, or email our Recreational Coordinator at [email protected]. We hope to see you there!
This Saturday at 365 Bar & Grill, Kris Anderson will be bringing all the country classics & hits at 8pm.
In connection with the Propylaeum’s celebration of Indianapolis’s Bicentennial, Dr. Wendy Gamber, Chair of the IU Department of History, will be our featured speaker to talk about her book, ”The Notorious Mrs. Clem, Murder and Money in the Gilded Age.” This is the story of an Indianapolis housewife who was suspected of two gruesome murders in 1868. This virtual event will feature a 30 minute talk with the author, followed by a Q & A session.
Also, be sure to register for the Women’s Literary Tea Auction that opens at noon on Monday, March 1 and closes after the tea on Saturday, March 6 at 6:00PM. The auction is open to anyone by registering at this link: https://propylaeum.cbo.io/
Click to see the special items we have assembled that pertain to women, literature, tea and more.
3p-6p Baylee Tobin
7p-10p House of Clay
Sunday, March 7th
Spending a lot of time at home means always looking for interesting things to do and ways to keep minds – young and older alike – engaged. Take advantage of our freshly-launched interactive programming: Conner Prairie at Home, and Conner Prairie in the Classroom. Both programs are suitable for creating a learning environment at home.
Ready to get out of the house? You can do so safely at Conner Prairie with our BRAND NEW outdoor programming in January, February and March. Important safety standards have inspired us to find new ways to use our expansive grounds for learning, movement, and interaction. Each month will feature a signature theme, and activities will fall into three categories: Outdoor Excursions, Behind the Scenes Tours, and Pure Fun.
Uncorked with Kim Morris from 5-8pm at Urban Vines Winery + Brewery. Kim Morris played music in Nashville, TN for several years, putting himself through college and after. He eventually went with a different career, but recently decided to take music back up, and bring in his daughter Sarah. She’s using her experience in school Chorale and theatre, and they’re now playing locally, doing popular rock hits from the 60’s to the present.