Where does a chipmunk sleep? Explore the hidden habitats and secret lives of forest animals in Animal Secrets. It's a new exhibit, at the Children's Museum, through May 4th.
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.
Wear green at the Blarney Bash! It's a St. Patrick's Day celebration, on Georgia Street downtown, on Saturday, March 15th, from 2 to 10 p.m. It's free.
Hear a musical salute to some of the greatest Doo Wop, Soul, Gospel and R&B groups. Get tickets for Blended Soul, from the Asante Children's Theatre. It's at the Madame Walker Theatre Center, Thursday through Sunday, March 6th through March 16th.
Support college scholarships and programs at the Bulldog Jog at Butler University. It's a Run, Walk and Dog Walk on March 22nd.
See the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Cats", at Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre through March 30th.
Buy new and used Prom Dresses for $20 at the Cinderella Story Prom Dress Sale. It's at Noblesville High School on Saturday, March 15th, from Noon to 4 p.m.
Colleges will award millions in financial aid at the College & Scholarship Fair from 100 Black Men of Indianapolis and the Indiana Black Expo. It's at Northwest Community High School on Saturday.
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.
Enjoy an evening with award-winning Irish singer/songwriter Eunan McIntyre. He performs at Marian University Theatre on Thursday, March 13th, at 7:30 p.m.
Enjoy furniture as art. See the exhibit, Fearless Furniture, crafted by Hoosier-born artists. It's at the Indiana State Museum through May 27th.
Indy Eleven, our new pro soccer team, hosts Goals for Indy to celebrate its' upcoming season. Choose from 100 sites to play soccer on Saturday, March 15th, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Create recycled art, plant garbage gardens and learn how to better protect our environment. Attend the Going Green Festival, at the Indiana State Museum, March 14th and 15th.
Why is our city's water turning green? Watch the Greening of the Canal, for St. Patrick's Day, on the canal side of the Indiana History Center. It's Friday, March 14th at 5 p.m. and you'll also enjoy live music and dancing.
Watch Live Theatre for Kids! The parents can come along, too. See How I Became A Pirate, at the Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre, with special showings from the Pyramid Players. The show lasts through March 15th.
Family events this weekend. A hidden graveyard of ancient elephants unearthed in Indiana. See Ice Age Giants: The Mystery of Mammoths and Mastodons, at the Indiana State Museum, through August 17th.
Spring has sprung... at least indoors... at the Indiana Flower & Patio Show. Get outdoor living ideas, including gardening and landscaping tips, at the Indiana State Fairgrounds, through March 16th.
Support Indiana farmers at the Indy Winter Farmers Market. Get fresh vegetables, fruit, dairy, meat and more at the Indianapolis City Market on Saturdays through April.
Dance Kaleidoscope presents Kings & Queens of Country. It's a marriage of contemporary dance with classic country songs. See it at the Indiana Repertory Theatre, through March 16th.
Celebrate Black History Month which is recognized, nationally, in February. See the work of local African-American artists in the Meet the Artists exhibit at the Central Library through March 22nd.
Support the Center for Leadership Development which helps minority children excel. Attend the Minority Achievers Awards and Scholarship Gala on March 26th.
Learn about and take part in a Native American Indian Social Dance. It's at the Garfield Park Arts Center every third Thursday.
The Indiana Flower & Patio Show starts Saturday, March 8th. Get a sneak peek, and support people with disabilities, at the Noble Evening in the Garden Preview Gala. It's at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on Friday, March 7th, and benefits Noble of Indiana, which serves children and adults with developmental disabilities.
Get a taste of Northside Nights! Order three-course, value-priced meals, at more than 30 Northside restaurants, through Sunday, March 16th.
A controversial memoir wreaks havoc on a family in Other Desert Cities. The drama unfolds at the Indiana Repertory Theatre March 11th through April 5th.
Join WTHR and Susan G. Komen for the Cure for a massive fight against breast cancer. Register, today, for the Race for the Cure, as an individual or a team. The Race is at Military Park, on April 12th.
Central Indiana is revving up for St. Patrick's Day. Saturday, you can join the Shamrock 4-Mile Run or Walk on Monument Circle. The event benefits amateur sports organizations.
Join a St. Patrick's Day Parade and Block party in downtown Indianapolis on Monday, March 17th. The Block Party is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.. The Parade is at 11:30 a.m.
If you're interested in becoming a foster parent, attend the Villages Info Nights. The Family Services Agency will host the event on Tuesday, March 18th, from 6 – 8 p.m.
See, hear, and interact with the past. Watch historic photographs come to life in the exhibit, You Are There, at the Indiana History Center.