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Spring Fever? There is a lot to do Indy!

Posted by kim carpenter on April 10, 2010
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Do you have Spring fever like I do? Then take advantage of the Spring weather in Indy, there are a lot of activities.

  • Thinking of buying or building a new home?…. why not visit the FREE Spring Parade of Homes.  Tour new homes and new home communities, April 10, 11, 17 & 18th from noon to 6pm daily.  Not in the market for a new home, visit, the “Remodeled Homes” tab to view before and after pictures and get contact info for the Remodeling contractors.
  • Butterflies at White River Gardens – White River Gardens’ most popular show, Butterflies, arrives at White River Gardens at the Indianapolis Zoo just in time for spring break! During this show, which runs from March 20 to September 7, 2010, the Hilbert Conservatory fills with delicate, free-flying butterflies. Butterfly pupae arrive during the first week of March. The population increases steadily from several hundred at the beginning of the show to as many as 1,000 butterflies, as more and more hatch out through the summer.  The “Butterflies” show is free for members and included with regular admission.
  • Opening night at Victory Field vs. Toledo Mudhens
    Celebrate the return of baseball season as post-game fireworks explode from center field! The first 5,000 fans to Victory Field will receive a 2010 Indians Schedule Magnet courtesy of Pepsi, Marriott Place Indianapolis and Ivy Tech Community College.
    The Indianapolis Indians, Triple-A affiliate of the Pittsburgh Pirates, play home games at Victory Field, recognized as the “Best Minor League Ballpark in America.”
    Tickets: $4-$15.
  • Play a round of disc golfDisc golf is played like traditional golf, using flying discs instead of clubs.  The object is to throw from a designated starting area (tee) into a target called a pole hole, in as few shots as possible. One stroke is counted for each throw of the disc.  The winner is the disc golfer with the lowest score.

    Why is disc golf so popular?
    – it’s a sport for all ages and skill levels
    – it’s inexpensive (the most expensive discs are $20)
    – there are no green fees!

Our great city has so much to offer!!!  Go out and take advantage of it!

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