Ahh, the crisp, cool fall weather is upon us. While summertime may still be fresh in our minds, there are still plenty of memories to make this fall.
If you live in or around Hamilton County, Indiana, here are three of the top trending events happening this weekend.
Astronauts, witches, pirates, and princesses celebrate fall and an early Halloween with their parents in tow at Clay Terrace’s annual Boo ‘N Brew. The inaugural event drew over 3,500 people in 2015, who enjoyed entertainment, treats and a beer garden with local craft beers and has grown to 12,000 attendees in 2016.
The same can be expected in 2018 with more food and family fun! One half of the Clay Terrace Blvd. shuts down for families to stroll up and down collecting goodies from the retailers and sampling treats from restaurants. Parents and craft brew lovers can enjoy the large beer garden from local brewers and enjoy live music.
After children dressed in costumes get their bags full of treats from Clay Terrace tenants and Boo ‘N Brew Vendors they can enjoy performances themselves as well as face painting, balloon artists and more.
Every Sat. and Sun. Hayrides, pumpkins, country stores, mini golf, scavenger hunt, corn mazes, petting zoo, pedal karts and more. $7.50 adm. chg. Kids 2-under free.
The Headless Horseman at Conner Prairie just keeps getting bigger, better, and SPOOKIER! This season explore our all new 11-acre corn maze. Back by popular demand is the barrel-train ride for the little ones, 100-foot potato sack slides, challenging Halloween midway games, hilarious shows, and our haunted hayride where you’ll come face-to-face with the Headless Horseman himself. Enjoy returning favorites like the Headless Horseman marionette show, the amazing magic show, spooky storytelling, the fortune-telling powers of the Mystic, and a live performance of the Legend of Sleepy Hollow. And, of course, Conner Scairie’s fun-loving ghouls will be back to delight and entertain you with their silly antics.
It’s an evening of October fun for the whole family that you can only find at Conner Prairie!
Gates open 6–9 p.m.
Activities and hayrides may run past 10 p.m.
Tickets can be purchased online at connerprairie.org or at the gate.