Address: 1001 South Street, Lafayette, IN 47901 Contact: Jerry Day Phone: 765-476-8411 x 204 Fax: 765-476-8411 Email: email@example.com Type of Event: Festival Directions: Fort Ouiatenon Historical Park in West Lafayette, IN Hours or Dates: October 2 - 3, 2010 Wheel Chair Accessibility: Yes Acceptable for ages: All Entertainment: Living History reenactments, military demonstrations, musicians and entertainers, puppet show, horseback riding exhibition, demonstrating craftsmen and more. Food Available: Over 30 different foods to choose from including Buffalo Burgers, Apple Dumplings, Pastries and more! Vendors: Handmade crafts, historically accurate clothing, accessories, toys, fabrics and more. What to Expect: 30 acres of outdoor terrain at Historical Ouiatenon Park is the setting for the 40th Annual Feast of the Hunter's Moon, a reenactment of a French and Indiana trading post rendezvous during the 1800's. Dress for the weather, ATM and shuttle bus available.
Address: 222 E Market St., Indianapolis, IN 46204 Phone: 317-634-9266 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Type of Event: Shopping Event Directions: Two blocks East of Monument Circle on Market Street. 222 E. Market Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Address: 1200 East 38th Street, Indianapolis, IN 46208 Contact: Pat Hubley Phone: (317) 236-6515 Fax: (317) 236-6519 Email: email@example.com Type of Event: Festival Hours or Dates: November 18 - 21, 2010 Wheel Chair Accessibility: Yes Acceptable for ages: All ages Entertainment: Non-stop entertainment throughout event weekend on two stages from local & national performing groups. Entertainment ranges from the mesmerizing percussion sounds of the Umdabu South African Dance & Percussion Company to the upbeat fiddles of Celtic band Food Available: Taste your way around the world at the International Festival. 20+ local and national & local ethnic food vendors will be on site serving their ethnic cuisine all weekend. Taste food from the Philippines, India, Germany, Turkey, Japan, Taiwan, China, In Vendors: Vendors at the Festival include food vendors, artisans demonstrating unique cultural crafts, Central Indiana culture groups and global bazaar vendors. What to Expect: Explore your world, without ever leaving Indiana. The International Festival is a great way to explore your ethnic roots, learn about your cultural neighbors and taste your way around the world at an affordable price!
Address: 6848 N. 250 E., Whiteland, IN 46184 Contact: Amy Kelsay Phone: 317-535-4136 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Type of Event: Fall Event Directions: Located East of I-65 on CR 250 E. between Worthsville and Tracy Rd. in Whiteland Admission Price: Admission is $7/person except for children 1 and under who are free Hours or Dates: Oct. 3 through Oct. 25 Wheel Chair Accessibility: Yes Acceptable for ages: All ages Food Available: Ice cold milk, cheese, milkshakes, grilled cheese sandwiches, cheeseburgers, hotdogs, nachos, drinks Vendors: Dairy snack vending What to Expect: Pumpkins, wagon rides, 5 acre corn maze, pumpkins sling shot, slides, outdoor games, farm tours
Address: 7010 E. Raymond, Indianapolis, IN 46239 Contact: Carol Waterman, Owner Phone: 317-356-6995 Fax: 317-356-4113 Type of Event: Summer Event Directions: On southeast side of Indy, take Southeaster Ave. exit to Arlington Ave. Go north (right) to Raymond St. Turn east (right) to 7010. Admission Price: None Wheel Chair Accessibility: Yes Food Available: None Vendors: None What to Expect: Fields of growing fruits and vegetables.