**Please note: The following events are listed alphabetically. They are not listed under the day of the event.
Check out Animals and All That Jazz! Enjoy a Jazz band, food stations and the Indianapolis Zoo, on Thursday evenings, through August 14th.
Photography as art. See magnificent landscapes of the American West from famed photographer, Ansel Adams. The exhibit is at the Eiteljorg Museum through August 3rd.
We all feel the pain of rising crime in our community. Take the Blue Pledge. Take a stand. Let's Make our home a safer place. Learn more.
Spring is in the air! See beautiful butterflies at the Butterfly Kaleidoscope. It's at White River Gardens, on the grounds of the Indianapolis Zoo through September 2nd.
Enjoy Concerts on the Canal at the Indiana History Center. Hear local bands on Thursdays through July 31st. There is free seating and paid seating.
Want to laugh? See a popular show about how men and women relate. It was the longest running solo play on Broadway. Defending the Caveman is at Theatre on the Square.
See the work of Vincent Van Gogh and other famed painters in the first exhibition devoted solely to the Neo-Impressionist movement. Face to Face: The Neo-Impressionist Portrait is at the Indianapolis Museum of Art from June 15th through September 7th.
Would you like to help cancer patients? Volunteer to be a First Visit Greeter for patients on their first trip to the IU Health Simon Cancer Center.
Do your kids, ages 8 to 19, have a business? Forum Credit Union's Bright Start Program hosts a Youth Entrepreneurial contest. Submit a picture or video to be eligible for a prize. The program ends July 31st.
Do you know an outstanding organization or person - such as a teacher or historian - bringing awareness to Indiana history? Nominate them for a Founders Day Awardfrom the Indiana Historical Society. Nominations are due by August 1st.
Do you know professionals, 40 and under, who are making their mark in the workplace or the community? Nominate them for an Indy's Best & Brightest award from Junior Achievement of Central Indiana. The nomination deadline is August 22nd.
After a few years of construction, there is new hope for a critically endangered species. The Simon Skojdt International Orangutan Center is now open at the Indianapolis Zoo. It’s one of the largest exhibits of its’ kind and will serve as a research and conservation center.
Take a journey to a rain forest to learn about an endangered species. See Island of Lemurs: Madagascar, at the IMAX Theatre, at the Indiana State Museum.
See a Kurt Vonnegut Art Exhibit, featuring portraits of the famed author and Indianapolis native. It’s titled “What People Like About Me is Indianapolis”. It's at the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library through July 31st.
See fossilized imprints of the world's best-preserved dinosaur. Leonardo: The Mummified Dinosaur is a new installation in the Dinosphere Exhibit of the Children's Museum.
Shatter the silence on abuse. Attend Lucky at Lucas - a fundraiser, at the Lucas Estate, for the Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, August 9th.
Want to learn more about your family history? Get tips at the Midwestern Roots Conference. It's at the Indianapolis Marriott East on August 1st and 2nd.