We like to connect people with all kinds of events and opportunities around Indy. So, whether you’re into salsa dancing, steampunk, indie rock, whiskey or libraries, hopefully you’ll find something here. Some of the events below might be hosted by IndyHub, but most of them have been submitted to our calendar by people like you! Just click on that green “Post Your Event” button and give us the details.

Mind Tripping Show: A Comedy with a Psychological Twist @ Hilton Indianapolis Hotel & Suites
Jun 2 @ 8:30 pm – Dec 30 @ 10:00 pm

Be a part of a mind-bending, reality-twisting interactive theatrical show by Christian & Katalina, the #1 Husband and Wife Comedy Mind Reading Act in the Nation. Think Candid Camera meets the Twilight Zone. Be prepared to have your perceptions challenged and your expectations turned upside down.

D’Oxyva University at Indy Health and Fitness @ Indy Health and Fitness, Dr Rob Schroeder, Dr. Steven Hart
Aug 30 @ 6:30 pm – Oct 25 @ 6:30 pm

Dr. Rob Schroeder of Indy Health and Fitness will conduct a FREE 30-minute seminar to introduce a new and effective alternative solution to improve microcirculation.

There will be a FREE On Site Diagnostics Before and After Revolutionary D’OXYVA Treatment.

Call 1-(855) 536-9982 now and reserve your seat!

Body & Mind Nutrition: A Four-Week Workshop + Unlimited Classes @ Invoke Yoga Studio
Sep 6 @ 7:00 pm – Sep 27 @ 8:00 pm
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Body & Mind Nutrition: A Four-Week Workshop + Unlimited Classes
Wednesdays in Sept (Sept. 6 – Sept. 27 @ 7:00pm – 8:00pm)

Sign up for Erica Ballard Health and Invoke Studio’s Body & Mind Nutrition Workshop. For an investment of only $199, you can learn what foods work best for your body and get a free month of yoga, Pilates and more at Invoke Studio. We’ve only got 10 seats left. So, if you’re sick of worrying about what to eat and how to find time to get healthy, sign up today by calling Invoke at (317) 631-9642 or email Erica Ballard at erica@ericaballardhealth.com.

Indianapolis 2017 I Heart Bourbon Tasting Festival @ The RathSkeller
Sep 23 @ 12:00 pm – Sep 24 @ 3:00 pm


Bourbon lovers are back at Rathskeller this year with a special bourbon event to overwhelm your pallet and overjoy your taste buds!

30+ bourbons will be on display and available to try! SEE LIST BELOW!

Saturday September 23rd, from 12-3pm you will enjoy the fine tastes of several bourbons (10 tasting tickets and additional available for purchase with 100% going to charity), 1 full drink, giveaways and raffles, and entertainment located on Rathskellers amazing back patio!Entertainment on the day is from Kelly Eisenhower!

Limited Availability so BUY NOW!

Charity Partner: We will have a raffle on the day with prizes as well as $15 I Heart Bourbon shirts with proceeds going towards a local charity


I Heart Bourbon – Tasting Party (Over 30 Bourbons On Site!)
10 Bourbon Samples (Included, More Available For Purchase – Charity Donation),
Whisky Drink Ticket
Live Entertainment


Rathskeller Patio
401 E Michigan St
Indianapolis, IN

This event stays compliant with all state liquor laws

Must be 21+ w/ State Issued ID

No Refunds

Be ready to party with a dynamic group of people of all ages, mostly 25-35 year old young professionals, though all are welcome!

Contact us with questions!

All brands from 2016! Great brands again this year! (2017 Brands List Soon!)

Beam Flavors

JB Apple

JB Fire

JB Maple

JB Honey

Red Stag

Beam Premiums

JB Black



JB Rye

Beam High End


Knob Rye


Makers 46






Eagle Rare

Buffalo Trace

EH Taylor


Craft 1

Breckenridge Bourbon

Clyde Mays Bourbon

Few Bourbon

Few Rye

Hudson Manhattan Rye

Hudson Baby Bourbon

Craft 2

New Holland Beer Barrel Bourbon

OYO Michelone Bourbon

Starlight Carl T. Bourbon

Starlight Rock & Rye

Town Branch Bourbon

Town Branch Rye

Traverse City North Coast Rye

Entry-point presents a Comedy Cabaret @ Morty's Comedy Joint
Sep 24 all-day

An evening of family-friendly entertainment featuring comedian Kevin Wanzer, music by the entry.point band and guest vocalists, dinner (appetizers, choice of entree, dessert and drink), and live and silent auctions.

2017 Back on My Feet Marathon Relay @ White River State Park
Sep 24 @ 8:00 am – 2:00 pm

Round up your friends, co-workers and running buddies for the 2017 Back on My Feet Marathon Relay!

Join Back on My Feet for a Marathon #RelayStyle on Sunday, September 24! Teams of 1, 2, 3, 4 or 6 individuals will race 26.2 miles via a 2.2 mile loop through the beautiful White River State Park!

Music, snacks, friendly competition and THE BEST time you’ll have going 26.2 – guaranteed!
All paces and abilities are welcome to participate!

Indianapolis Free to Breathe Run/Walk @ Fort Harrison State Park
Sep 24 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm


The lung cancer community is on a mission to make surviving lung cancer the expectation, not the exception. Hundreds of local residents will join in that mission by participating in the Indianapolis Free to Breathe Run/Walk on Sept. 24 at the Fort Harrison State Park.

Attendees can participate in the timed run, fun run or walk and also enjoy kid-friendly activities as well as a kids’ Tot-Trot starting at 10:25 a.m. All proceeds from the event support Free to Breathe, a lung cancer research and advocacy organization dedicated to increasing lung cancer survival.
$15 Youth 12 and under/ $20 on Event Day
$30 adults/ $35 on Event Day

Historic Broad Ripple Home Tour @ Multiple Locations - Start at SmallBox
Sep 24 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm

Join us in Broad Ripple Village on Saturday and Sunday, September 23-24, 2017 from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. each day for the Thirteenth Annual Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour.

Since its inception in 2005, the Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour has showcased over 100 historically and architecturally significant Broad Ripple homes. This year will feature even more, including condo units in the converted IPS School 80 building and the SmallBox building, which originally housed the Broad Ripple Library.

Tour stops are located throughout the Village, giving you the opportunity to see the neighborhood’s diversity and character. Tour the homes, learn fascinating facts about each home and those who have lived in it over the years, meet the owners, and take away decorating and renovation ideas.

Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 day of event.
Purchase tickets at https://2017brhometour.eventbrite.com/. Volunteer and get a free ticket. Sign up for a volunteer shift at http://signup.com/go/ctqKGmb.

Included with your Home Tour ticket is admission to the Home Tour Kickoff Party on Friday, September 22, 2017 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at Joy’s House (2028 E. Broad Ripple Ave.). The Kickoff Party features complimentary food from area restaurants, local beer and wine for purchase, and live entertainment.

The Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour is organized by the Broad Ripple Village Association (BRVA) and a committee of dedicated volunteers.

For more information visit www.BroadRippleHomeTour.org

Thank you to our Title Sponsor Thompson Home Sales; Presenting Sponsors Broad Ripple Magazine, Old National Bank, and Kicks Digital Marketing; and Premier Sponsors Budget Blinds, Hope Plumbing, Howald Heating Air Conditioning Plumbing, Marigold Clothing, and McAteer Realty.

Foraging & Medicine Making: Herbal Teas @ White Pine Wilderness Academy
Sep 24 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Foraging and herbal medicine are ancient practices to help meet our basic organic needs. We have been gathering wild plants for food and medicine for longer than we have been Homo sapiens.

Engage your primal instincts in this five-week primer to foraging and medicine making.

Each week, we gather seasonally abundant wild plants to make different types of herbal preparations. Along the way, fundamental concepts are introduced to facilitate practical application for beginners. We spend about half the workshop time gathering in the field, then return to make medicine in the yurt. Each week introduces a different focus, and participants may register for the full series or individual workshops.

Investment is $30 per workshop or $100 for the full series; returning medicine makers get discounted rate.

September 17 : Food as Medicine
September 24 : Herbal Teas
October 1 : Infused Oils
October 8 : Alcohol Extracts

Celebrating 100 Years of Central Library: Sunday Afternoon Salon @ Central Library
Sep 24 @ 2:00 pm

As part of Central Library’s 100th anniversary, individuals of all ages are invited to a presentation celebrating the history of Central Library and the city of Indianapolis. Refreshments will be provided. This program will be held in the Nina Mason Pulliam Indianapolis Special Collections Room on Level 6 of Central Library. Re-live the “Headlines of 1917” during this presentation by Bill Beck and Dr. William McNiece of the Marion County Historical Society.

Plant Nite Terrarium w Citrine Crystal @ Scotty's Brewhouse 96th St.
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm

We invite you to Plant Nite in Indy at Scottys
Here you will create, share, and get messy. Bring your curiosity and fun-loving friends and we’ll provide everything else.

Our host will walk you through the instructions to create a tabletop garden with while enjoying your favorite 3 Wise Men craft beer. This is not a class, it’s a party. And you get this awesome terrarium for your home, office or to gift.

Use code ** GetDirtyIndy! ** for 35% off.

It’s your nite. Dig it!

Salute to Families Breakfast @ The Willows
Sep 26 @ 7:30 am – 9:30 am

The 2017 program promises to be eye-opening. We welcome back emcee Angela Cain, Emmy award-winning journalist and freelance communications professional, to take a look at a family struggling to keep siblings together in the wake of a frightening drug overdose and a mother’s addiction.

We’ll hear from Senator Jim Merritt, a born and raised Hoosier, who has devoted himself to creating a better and safer Indiana. Since 1990, Jim has fought for reforms pertaining to education, jobs, fiscal responsibility, healthcare and the quality of life of his fellow Hoosiers. The Senator will put a spotlight on the opioid problem in our State and share the challenges and successes in combating this threat to our families and community.

Books, Booze & Brains Book Club @ Broken Beaker Distillery
Sep 26 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm

Each month, an expert scientist will join facilitator Cari Lewis Tsinovoi to talk about a popular science-themed book. September’s meeting will feature:

Selection: Almost Human: The Astonishing Tale of Homo Naledi that Changed Our Human Story by Lee Berger and John Hawks
Scientist: Dr. Andrew S. Deane, Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Cell Biology, IU School of Medicine
This new Quantum Leap experiment is a partnership between Indiana Humanities, Central Indiana Science Outreach, Indiana

Indy Do Day @ Various Indianapolis project sites
Sep 28 – Sep 30 all-day

Indy Do Day is a people-powered community day(s) of service when the residents of Indianapolis take ownership of their neighborhoods and take care of their neighbors. This year, Indy Do Day is on September 28, 29 and 30. Managed by the Rotary Club of Indianapolis, the event seeks to engage over 20,000 volunteers at 200 locations in Indianapolis. To post a project that needs volunteers or find opportunities to volunteer, visit www.indydoday.org

Pages at the Prop – Bestseller Edition Susan Crandall, author of “Flying Circus” @ Indianapolis Propylaeum
Sep 28 @ 6:00 pm

Join us for Pages at the Prop – Bestseller Edition with award winning author Susan Crandall. “Flying Circus,” a novel set in the 1920’s about three misfits on the run from their pasts, a story of heartbreak and adventure, was released in hardcover in July 2015 to high acclaim. It is a Pulpwood Queens National Book Club pick as well as a 2015 SIBA Okra pick.

Creative Mornings: Molly Chavers @ The Toby at Newfields (The IMA)
Sep 29 @ 8:30 am – 10:00 am
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This month’s topic is compassion! We are so excited to have our fearless leader Molly Chavers speaking at Creative Mornings.

Molly serves as Executive Director of IndyHub–a network, resource, and advocate for Indianapolis’ twenty- and thirty-somethings, providing a space to connect with people, community organizations and the city. IndyHub works to eliminate barriers through a culture of accessibility, regular outreach and relevant programs.

In 2013, Molly was asked to lead the No Mean City initiative – a collaborative effort to tell the real stories of life in Indianapolis. No Mean City’s online and printed tools exist to provide city residents (current and prospective) as well as our community’s front line ambassadors – realtors, recruiters and corporations – with a more honest, comprehensive perspective on life in Indy. The effort also provides public relations support to our city’s education, business, real estate and lifestyle offerings.

Prior to joining Indy Hub in June 2005, Molly served as the Finance and Special Events Director of the Indiana Democratic Party. She also served as Government Relations Liaison at St. Vincent Hospital and Health Services. Originally from Terre Haute, Indiana, Molly attended DePauw University. Molly is active on a variety of boards including Visit Indy and the Mitch Daniels Leadership Foundation.

Molly and her husband, Adam, are the proud parents of a daughter, Weezie.

PATTERN magazine vol. 12 Launch Party @ 1417 Commerce Ave
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Join us Friday, September 29 to celebrate the release of vol. 12 of PATTERN Magazine – the Under Construction issue – where we highlight the best of Indy’s built environment, and the people who make it happen.

Santino Fontana @ The Cabaret
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm

With his rich voice, dynamic versatility, and charisma, Santino Fontana is one of Broadway’s favorite leading men. He was nominated for a Tony Award for his literally charming performance as Prince Topher in Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Other Broadway credits include The Importance of Being Earnest, Brighton Beach Memoirs (Drama Desk Award), Billy Elliot, and Sunday in the Park with George. Film and television fans will recognize him as the voice of another prince—the villainous Hans in Disney’s Frozen—as well as the overlooked singing barman, Greg, in the CW series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.

Cars & Coffee @ Gateway Classic Car of Indianapolis
Sep 30 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Gateway Classic Cars is now doing Cars & Coffee year round! We get it, you do not want to drive your prized jewel in the winter months, Gateway Classic Cars doesn’t want you to either. Bring your daily driver and still enjoy donuts and coffee on us! We want to keep a great relationship with you so come hang out, have breakfast/coffee, and check out all our new arrivals on the last Saturday of every month from 9 am – 12 pm. At ALL Gateway Classic Cars locations!

Hope to see you there!

Intro to Screenprinting @ Cat Head Press: Printshop and Artist Cooperative
Sep 30 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Join us on Saturday, September 30 for Intro to Screenprinting with Cat Head Press artist and Director Liz Wierzbicki! This one-day workshop will teach you all the basics of screenprinting and certify you for studio use. All materials included, but bring your own shirts if you’d like to do any t-shirt printing! Please register at www.catheadpress.com. Space is limited. 18+

International Marketplace and Sister Cities Taste the Difference Festival – Faces of Indianapolis @ New Wineskin Ministries
Sep 30 @ 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

This festival is hosted by International Marketplace Coalition and Sister Cities to celebrate the diversity on the Northwest side of Indianapolis. There will be ethnic restaurant food tasting, cultural booths and entertainment, a free health fair, a kids zone, and vendors.

International Marketplace Taste the Difference Festival @ New Wineskin Ministries
Sep 30 @ 11:30 am – 3:00 pm

Why travel around the world, when at this years Taste the Difference Festival you can sample dishes from at least five different continents, 30+ restaurants and bakeries, along with experiencing many different cultures here in Indy’s International Marketplace?

Indiana on the Rocks @ Circle City Industrial Complex
Sep 30 @ 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Indiana Distillers Guild is excited to announce the first ever craft spirits festival – Indiana on the Rocks!
We have over 15 Indiana distilleries pouring samples and making cocktails. This is an event you do not want to miss! There is a VIP section hosted by Yelp, food trucks, and plenty of spirits!
Whether you’re a lover of whiskey, gin, rum, or vodka there will be something here for you. Many distilleries will be pouring spirits that are exclusive to the festival. Come support this growing part of the craft beverage movement. You’ve been to wine and beer festivals, now come and try Indiana’s finest craft spirits! There will also be food trucks and additional vendors.
General admission tickets are $50 and include sampling from 2-6 and a souvenir rocks glass to take with them as they leave the festival.
VIP tickets are $80 and include early access from 1-2 to sample special products/mini cocktails.
VIP guests will have access to the Yelp VIP Lounge with extra comforts, amenities, and luxury portable bathrooms. Special swag bags will be given to these guests in addition to the souvenir rocks glass.
They will also receive 15% off of festival merchandise.
Special passes will be sold for designated drivers at $10. These will include admission to the festival and souvenir glass but will not be allowed to sample any spirits.
Here are the distilleries attending:
3 Rivers
8th Day
Bear Wallow
Broken Beaker
Cardinal Spirits
Danny Boy
Edwin Coe Spirits
French Lick Spirits
Hard Truth distilling
Hotel Tango
Hunt Club
Oakley Brothers
Old 55
West Fork Whiskey
Additional Details:
You must be 21 to enter.
Parking – There will be ample parking for guests in the area along Brookside Ave. Guests can walk to the entrance of the festival a short distance away.
Bathrooms – We have designated 3 areas for restrooms to be located. One set near the entrance, another set at the back, and luxury trailer restrooms in the VIP area.

Celebrating 100 Years of Central Library: Building Architectural Tours @ Central Library
Sep 30 @ 2:00 pm

As part of Central Library’s 100th anniversary, individuals of all ages are invited to experience the many renowned architectural features of the Cret Building that opened in 1917, as well as those that comprise the modern glass and steel framed addition designed by Evans Woollen in 2007. Those wishing to participate are asked to meet at the Information Desk in the Atrium.

Beer Pong Tourney @ Brothers Bar & Grill
Sep 30 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

YPC (Young Professionals Council) for Best Buddies Indiana presents their 4th Annual Beer Pong Tournament, raising funds for Best Buddies programs for friendships, inclusive employment, and leadership development in Indiana.
Show up to register at 5:00. Tourney begins at 5:30.
$20 covers drinks & snacks. Additional $5 per person for Tourney.