Written August 2013: We tripped up to Anderson University to attend “Colts City” at the Colts Training Camp before their season got started. The schedule is listed on the colts website HERE with dates and times of the practice and Colts City hours. There is no fee to attend, but there is a $5 parking […]
We visited the Indiana State Museum on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in January 2014. Like the NCAA Hall of Champions, this was also my first trip to this museum and I grew up in Indy! Better late than never! Our admission was free with a canned good donation due to the holiday, but on […]
My youngest son and I tripped downtown to enjoy a fun day on the town. He is my last one home before he skirts off to school all day next year, so I’m on a mission to explore and enjoy all the Indianapolis fun that I might have missed with the older three. I’ve been […]
The 2013 Brickworld Lego Expo was in Indianapolis at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on March 9 and 10. The Brickworld Lego website describes the event as: “Bring the entire family for an afternoon of fun! See 30,000 square feet of spectacular creations all built from LEGO bricks by local LEGO enthusiasts. Enjoy interactive activities, […]
We visited the NCAA Hall of Champions on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day in January of 2014. Having lived in Indy all my life, I’m embarrassed to say this was my FIRST trip in, but what a treat! The museum is a part of the White River State Parks. Due to the holiday, our admission […]
There is a lot to do for Kids! Build a bird feeder, see a wild animal, decorate a T-shirt, plant a seed, sing a song, and more.
Brickworld and IndyLUG (Indiana LEGO User Group) are excited to be bringing a premiere LEGO display and exposition