What’s Happening in Indy…
Karl Unnasch – Playtime in Indy
If you’re visiting Oldfields-Lilly House on the grounds of the Indianapolis Museum of Art, you can’t miss Minnesota artist Karl Unnasch’s holiday sculpture. The 50-foot-tall “tree” is constructed from plastic toys, and the bright colors and lights are eye catchers. The creation will be on display through January 23 and is included with general admission of $10-$18.
Free Admission for Christmas Eve at the Children’s Museum
Enjoy an early gift Saturday when the Children’s Museum offers free admission so you can play all day at Jolly Days Winter Wonderland! Take a ride on the Yule Slide, go “ice skating” in your socks, explore the Ice Castle, take part in a “snowball” fight, meet Jingles the Jolly Bear, visit with Santa, then take home a photo!
Christmas Through the Ages at IndyFringe
Come on a musical journey through the history of holiday songs you know and love. Friday’s performance is contagious with humor, heritage, and holiday spirit that will please everyone from age 4 to 104. Expect everything from early chants to classical to contemporary tunes and hymns in the 40-song set, sprinkled with interesting vignettes. Tickets are $15.
Brampton Beast vs. Indy Fuel
Turn back the clock Thursday at Indiana Farmers Coliseum. Indy Fuel’s Throwback Thursday match features a different decade each period: the ’70s during the first, ’80s for the second, and ’90s in the third. Music, games, and Nitro’s sweet dance moves will reflect the changing times. Fans can get in on the fun with prizes awarded for costumes. Tickets are $10-$44.
Several Churches are having Christmas Service….
Find a place to worship on Christmas Day!