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June Festivals in Downtown Indy

Something for every interest!

June 2014

Family-friendly festivals in downtown Indianapolis can be a great way to engage kids in new cultures and activities. Most are very inexpensive, if not FREE. And the fun isn't just limited to kids. Entertainment ranges from live music and dancing to art exhibits along with lots of food. For more downtown family fun, visit www.indydt.com.

June 7: Parents and kids alike can find something fun to do at the 15th annual Vintage Indiana Wine & Food Festival at Military Park. While adults sample Local culinary offerings and taste some of the 200 Indiana wines offered, kids can enjoy interactive fun inside the KidZone. Artist booths will be on-site and live performances will take place throughout the day – be sure to bring your lawn chairs and blankets!

June 12: The Christ Church Cathedral Women's Strawberry Festival returns to Monument Circle to serve an estimated six tons of strawberries and 18,000 homemade shortcakes to the public in support of not-for-profit outreach groups. Desserts range from $2 to $6 and are served from 9 a.m. – 6 p.m. (or until food runs out).

June 14: The Circle City Pride Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary this year at the American Legion Mall. Programming for the festival includes live performances, vendors and more, and is intended for all ages. Admission is a suggested donation of $5.

June 13 & 14: Enjoy more than 25 different pastas, Italian meats, desserts and more at a delicious celebration of Italian culture: Italian Street Festival. Kids can enjoy live music and midway style rides, including a Ferris wheel with views of the Indianapolis skyline. Be sure not to miss it at the corner of East and Stevens street.

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