Check out what’s happening this weekend and next week in downtown Indy:
Rowdie’s Pumpkin Patch at Victory Field from 12 – 4 p.m.
One of the Indianapolis Indians best offseason traditions returns, Oct. 24 thanks to the Tribe’s mischievous mascot, Rowdie! After a long summer without baseball, the fun-loving bear has been hard at work to deliver another treat to his fans and followers – Rowdie’s Pumpkin Patch. With 1,000 pumpkins spread across the outfield and a full slate of other Halloween festivities on tap, bring your family and friends to enjoy the fall season at The Vic. $5
Colts Drive-Thru Halloween Celebration at Lucas Oil Stadium from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
visit the Colts Drive-Thru Halloween Celebration! The drive-thru event is open to all Colts kids and their families and will take place in the South Lot of Lucas Oil Stadium. The Halloween Celebration will feature exclusive giveaways, the chance to virtually meet Colts players and take a photo with Colts Mascot Blue!
Items will be distributed to fans inside of vehicles only, walk-ups will NOT be permitted. Limit 4 items per vehicle, children must be present to receive items. Distribution staff will follow all current health guidelines, including social distancing. Enter via Gate 8.
Oct. 28 – Nov. 2
Dia de Muertos Virtual Celebration from the Eiteljorg Museum
While nothing can replace the experience of watching colorful twirling folklorico dancers, taking selfies with immaculately dressed and made-up Catrinas and Catrins and indulging in a loaf of pan de muerto, this year’s completely virtual Día de Muertos Celebration will be offering exciting new opportunities – all from the comfort of your own sofa. To learn more and view the full schedule of events click here.
Yappy Hour in Military Park from 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Yappy Hour, a series of free family-friendly happy hour events, welcomes visitors for an evening of music, food trucks, yard games, multiple dog vendors, and dog training demos.
Enjoy a drink and meet some dogs up for adoption! You cannot miss Indy Humane and their Pet Awareness Wagon as they aid Indiana’s pets in need. Held in spacious Historic Military Park allows for optimal social distancing and health and safety practices.
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