Dog Days: Keeping Your Pooch Active, Cared For, and Groomed
We're big pet fans here at Home to Indy. We have agents who love horses - others who have cats and still more who own dogs (or do their dogs own them?). Regardless, we understand how important pets are to your family.
For those of you with pups who ...
Posted by Paula Henry on September 11, 2014 in Parks and Recreation
Summer time Water Fun in Indianapolis
Summer has finally arrived with temperatures in the 90 degree range. Admittedly, that is warmer than I like it, but hey, I won't complain, since I wasn't sure we would finally hit 70 degrees. Last weekend officially marked the opening of ...
Posted by Paula Henry on June 5, 2011 in Parks and Recreation
Can You Name this Indianapolis Sculpture
March Photo Contest
Last month's contest was a bit harder than I thought. I guess I get out and look at more homes than most people, so I'll make this month's a bit easier, I hope :)
This month's contest is a two parter = a better chance to win....
Posted by Paula Henry on March 1, 2011 in Indianapolis Things to Do
Exploring the Parks in Brownsburg
As the winter months creep on, it’s nice to plan ahead for spring activities. For residents in the city of Brownsburg, the community’s parks and recreation department offers a variety of programs through the Brownsburg Community Center ...
Posted by Paula Henry on February 23, 2011 in Parks and Recreation
Washington Township Community Park - Avon Indiana
Washington Township Community Park in Avon offers a place for everyone to have fun or relax. With open green spaces for a game of frisbee or basking in the warmth of a summer afternoon.
Two picnic shelters provide ample space for up to 125 ...
Posted by Paula Henry on May 11, 2010 in Parks and Recreation
Living at Eagle Creek
While driving down 56th street today, I again marveled at the beauty of Eagle Creek. When you pass Eagle Creek area off 56th Street, it is no longer a creek, it is the Reservoir. It is one of the most beautiful places in Indianapolis.
Posted by Paula Henry on October 25, 2008 in Parks and Recreation
Halloween Fun and Hayride in Brownsburg
The Haunts of Hidden River have greased the wagon wheels in preparation of the annual Haunted Hayrides.
The event is hosted at Arbuckle Acres Park in Brownsburg.
For the faint of heart and little ones, the Hardly Haunted Hayride runs from ...
Posted by Paula Henry on October 11, 2007 in Community News