But what to do? We’ve gathered a list of our top picks for late summer activities. Take a look:
Open Air Farmers Markets – There’s nothing like fresh vegetables, gorgeous plants and other goods offered by local growers and artisans. Most farmers markets stay open through late summer and early fall – you’ll find a state-wide list here.
Free Outdoor Concerts – Enjoying your favorite band doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. Lots of venues offer free summer concerts throughout August and even into September. All you need is a blanket. For Indy Parks concerts, visit here . For additional concert options, visit here.
Outdoor Movies – The big screen can be even better when you’re outside with family or friends. Here’s a handy guide to movies under the stars throughout the Indianapolis area.
Drive-Ins – When’s the last time you enjoyed a good, old-fashioned drive-in movie? Chances are, it’s been awhile. Why not make it a road trip and see a flick while experiencing the charm of outdoor cinema? A statewide drive-in lineup is here.
Music Concerts – Treat yourself to your favorite headliner that’ll have you snapping your fingers and groovin’ to beat. This site details venues, bands and links to tickets and pricing in Indiana.
State Parks – Our Indiana state parks offer a variety of special late summer and early fall programs for all ages. Whether it’s a nature hike or camping adventure, there’s plenty of trails and camp sites just waiting to be explored. Check out your favorite park here.
Get Ready for Fall – Of course, we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to mention that this is a good time to schedule a maintenance call for your air conditioning and heating system. – before cooler temperatures are upon us. Give us a call at (317) 585-8981 and we’ll get you scheduled.
This article was written by Action Air