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Are you ready for a “Culture Punch” this weekend!? Get your lawn chairs and beach blankets and get ready to chill, vibe out and enjoy live music, food and surprise performances!

CULTURE PUNCH (n.) – 1. a refreshing blend of cultures, art and music, mixed together to create an experience for the HUMAN FAMILY to enjoy. 2. An annual festival where 2-4 high schools will be selected to collaborate and produce; forming connections and expanding perspectives.

Indianapolis natives, Najah Tai and Brittny “No.E” Williams, known as the production duo “No Limits”, along with Eric Moore are teaming up with Harrison Center for the Arts, Lawrence North High School, Herron High School, Taste of Indy, Alexander Coleman Dance Company, the Empowherment Daily Devotional Corporation and several other Indianapolis based businesses and sponsors to bring central Indiana together at the 1st Annual Culture Punch Music and Art Festival.

Both women saw the need to unite communities from different parts of the city to strengthen the human family and give the people of Indianapolis a night to make new connections and enjoy art and music. The event, on Saturday July 17th, will feature local music artists, visual artists, businesses as well as a surprise headlining performance with Mrs. Indiana 2020- Justus Kelley and the Lawrence North Fierce Felines Dance Team.

“We are doing this for the community!” said the team of two.

All event proceeds are going right back to the organizations involved.

“Our passion is giving back! We wanted to support the youth and art organizations in the city. It is so exciting to host an event this size to support causes near and dear to our hearts.”

The team is accepting sponsors until July 10th. No Limits Productions is a production company centered on strengthening the human family by providing opportunities for communities and cultures to collaborate and create without limits.

If you would like to donate or become a sponsor of the 1st Annual Culture Punch Art & Music Festival, please contact Brittny Williams at (317) 987- 5140 or send an email to

ATTN: Bring your lawn chairs, beach blankets and be prepared to chill, vibe out and enjoy live music, food and surprise performances!

Date and time

Sat, Jul 17, 2021, 6:00 PM EDT


Greenwood Park Mall

1251 U.S. Highway 31 North

Greenwood, IN 46142

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There’s a little bit of everything, and all things fun coming to Franklin Country this weekend!

Mikel Beck, Executive Director of Experience Franklin County, Indiana (along with Clara the Canoefest Chicken) joined us today to share what you can expect from Canoefest and other summer events.

Canoefest Events

Friday, June 25, 2021 – Main Street, Brookville

Saturday, June 26, 2021 – New Locations

Franklin County is also working with Indiana On Tap for the first Brookville Brewfest, Metamora Music Festival and Antique machinery show, so stay tuned for updates on that.

For more information visit:

Facebook: Franklin County Indiana Welcome Center

Instagram: Franklin_County_Welcome_Center

“Thrifnic,” they’re calling it, “A Won of a Kind picnic event where style and design collide.” This is the perfect opportunity to get dressed up, enjoy a beautiful day in the sun and take gorgeous photos. You can also meet some of Indy’s most stylish and like-minded people. Erica Scott, thrift expert and Tiffany Fields, owner of Creatiff + Co, are teaming up for this fun event. They joined us today to share all the details.

Socially distant and outdoor — this is a unique event to attend and a chance to display your style from the inside out. It’s hosted at a beautiful private venue. There will be entertainment, music by DJ Duck, games, and giveaways.

There are two ticket options:

1. Bring Your Own Blanket and accents for your picnic: Please max 4 persons per blanket. Guests will receive complimentary artisan cheese boxes provided by caterer which include a serving of Herbed fromage, Homemade fig jam, Aged Cheese, Soft Cheese, Crackers and Fruit. Feel free to pack your own picnic basket as well! Use code “Indy Style” for a discount.

2. The worry free option of having your section pre-styled for you: Solo attendee? Want less fuss? This ticket allows for a seat at the styled MAIN raised table. Includes table settings, props, designated seat and a #Thriftnic souvenir. Guests will receive complimentary artisan cheese boxes provided by venue which includes Herbed fromage, Homemade fig jam, Aged Cheese, Soft Cheese, Crackers and Fruit. Feel free to pack your own picnic basket as well!

“Thriftinic” is taking place at Traders Point Creamery on Sunday, June 13th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

There are no refunds. There is a rain date for inclement weather, and tickets are transferable.

No tickets will be available day of event.

To purchase tickets to this event visit, click here.

For more from the organizers visit their Instagram pages, @TheFlyWon and @CreatiffLiving.

Sunshine on your face, food and drink at the ready, and your best friends gathered on the lawn at 2021’s peak society event, the Wicket World of Croquet. This is an annual signature soiree of the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site, scheduled for Saturday, June 5, 2021 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m at the White River State Park for one year only to allow for more physical distancing.

Whitney Ball, special events & marketing manager for Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site joined us today with all the details. Here’s more from her:

Proceeds from the event help to educate more than 18,000 children annually. You may register your team of two here, which includes entrance into the tournament, the use of fine equipment, drinks from Sun King Brewery, lunch and more.

Don’t want to play, but want to stay? Register for a Porch Party ticket here to receive drinks and lunch and the chance to hang with friends without the pressure of the competition.

Croquet was popularized in the U.S. by the East Coast literati and the West Coast glitterati, so be sure to dress to impress in your game whites for this exclusive event. Prizes will be awarded for the best dressed participants.

Advance registration is required. This is a rain or shine event, and it will be COVID-19 compliant.

What: ‘Wicket World of Croquet’
When: Saturday, June 5, 10am – 4:30pm
Where: White River State Park

For more information vist,

The IMPD Horse Patrol has been around for nearly forty years, and keeping them in Indy is truly a team effort. You can help support their mission by attending their upcoming fundraiser, “Polo at Sunset,” at the Hickory Hall Polo Club in Boone County.

Chris Golightly, executive director of IMPD Horse Patrol joined us on Indy Style this morning to tell us all about their purpose, funding and this Friday’s event.

What most people do not know is the IMPD Horse Patrol unit is not fully funded by the City’s budget.

City funding pays for hay, grain, bedding, shoeing the horses, basic vet costs, officer salaries, basic facility upkeep/services/utilities and trucks/trailers.

The association supplements this by raising funds that support:

Purchasing horses, officer training and travel to those classes, fences, grooming supplies, salt blocks, tack (saddles, bridles, bits), horse training aids.

“Polo at Sunset” on Aug. 14 raises a portion of these funds for the IMPD Horse Patrol.

Our IMPD Horse Patrol website outlines all prices and details on the event. Cost for general admission is $20 per carload. We also have tailgate spots starting at $100 per carload.

It’s at Hickory Hall Polo Club in Boone County and it’s of course outside, which is where most people want to be right now.

It’s a family event that includes a flyover with a candy drop and of course Polo!

This unit was formed in 1983 with the idea that more patrols needed to be in the downtown area but presented in a positive way.

The unit started with six officers, seven horses, a truck and a horse trailer.

Today there are seven officers and eight active horses.

In crowd management situations, One horse is equal to 10 officers on the ground—protecting in crowds, holding a line.

People can see the unit working at community and school events, city events (ex. Indy 500, Colts games) and patrols our Downtown and other city areas daily to keep us safe.

The horses and officers can be approached, and the patrol is proactively going into our neighborhoods throughout the city over the next few weeks.

Officers and horses are joining food truck vendors each week for small block party type events.

Our officers are here to support the community and work with people in neighborhoods.

For more information, visit

The Fishers Pop-Up Concert Series, brought to you by Fishers Parks, is coming to the Nickel Plate District Amphitheater.

Presented by IU Health Saxony, these free shows will offer something for everyone in a first come, first served limited-capacity outdoor setting with social distancing measures in place due to COVID-19 recommendations.


Toy Factory: 2 Shows 1 Night! Friday, July 24: SHOW 1- 6:30-8 p.m. SHOW 2- 8:30-10 p.m. Toy Factory is a high-energy, non-stop party! Come enjoy their full-throttle spins on popular songs you know and love. Toy Factory is a local favorite, they always bring the beat and won’t stop until you move your feet!

Huckleberry Funk: 2 Shows 1 Night! Friday, August 21: SHOW 1- 6:30-8 p.m. SHOW 2- 8:30-10 p.m. Huckleberry Funk is a dynamic Funk, R&B and Soul band based in Bloomington. Their recently sold-out live show at the HI-FI and several others has earned them a reputation as one of the most exciting and entertaining live performances in the Midwest. At the heart of a Huckleberry Funk show, the audience can expect powerhouse vocals, extraordinary guitar solos, a touch of east coast horns, and rock-solid grooves.

8th Annual Fishers Blues Fest Friday and Saturday, September 4-5 from 7 – 11 p.m. End the summer with Fishers Blues Fest, a Fishers Labor Day tradition! The free, two-night event includes performances by renowned local and nationally award-winning blues artists. Artist lineup will be announced soon at

Safety precautions

For more information on the shows visit,

You can enjoy a summer concert live, in-person and socially distanced this weekend at the Lincoln Ampitheatre in Lincoln City, IN.

On Sunday, June 28 at 5 p.m. CT. Chris Shaffer will perform. Shaffer is best known as the front man for The Why Store, which was formed in Muncie, Indiana, in the 1980s. 

What has the Lincoln Amphitheatre done in response to Covid-19?

We know now what’s NOT happening at the Lincoln Amphitheatre, but what WILL go on in 2020?

About the Amp Unplugged Performers

Why is this relevant and what makes the Lincoln Amphitheatre unique? 

How much are tickets?

All Amp Unplugged performances are general admission (w/ social distancing guidelines in place) and $9.95 per ticket.  All tickets can be purchased at or by calling 812-937-2329.