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The IN List Weekend: 2/2 -2/4

The IN List: weekend shares the top events going on this weekend in & around Carmel. Be sure to keep an eye on Instagram stories from @keepingupincarmel for any event changes or additions.

These events are all accurate at the time of posting, but be sure to call ahead or check vendor websites/socials before heading out.


Friday, Feb 2

  • Carmel Main Library Events: 425 E Main St, Carmel, IN.

  • Exploratorium jr.: 10-11am & 3:30-4:30pm. For kids ages 4-6 with caregiver. Tickets available at kids desk 30min before start.

  • Sit Stay Chill - Hang out with Paws Therapy Dog: For teens in grades 6-12. Drop-in relaxation for teens.

  • Pajama-Rama: 7pm-7:45pm. Cool Creek Nature Center. Put on your favorite pair of PJs and bring a blanket. Instructor from Moriah Music will lead the kids through songs and stories. Best for kids ages 1-7. Registration required.

  • Indy Nights with Ryan Ahlwardt & Friends: 7pm. Feinstein’s at Hotel Carmicheal. A fun date night for love month with some of Ryan Ahlwardt's favorite romantic songs. Tickets required. 

  • Indiana Pacers vs. Sacramento Kings: 7:30pm. Gainbridge Fieldhouse. Tickets required.

Saturday, Feb 3

  • Carmel Winter Farmers Market: 9am-12pm. 611 3rd Avenue SW . Carmel, Indiana 46032. Free to enter.

  • Westfield Winter Farmers Market: 9am-12pm. West Fork Whiskey Co. Free to enter.

  • Paws to Read: 2:30-3:30pm. Carmel Main Library. For kids 6-12 years old. Come read to a therapy dog for 15 min. Registration opens 30min in advance at kids desk.

  • Wonders of the Whistle Pig: 1-2:30pm. Monon Community Center, Carmel, IN. Learn all about groundhogs as we meet and search for the hibernating homes of these mammals. Free event. Registration required.

  • Fishers Pre-K Prom: 4-6pm. 8100 E. 106th Street, Fishers. Get dressed up with your little one (ages 3-6) and have fun at this prom themed event. $25/Fishers resident, $37.50/non-resident. Tickets required.

  • Explore the Cosmos: 5pm. Cool Creek Nature Center. Learn more about space from a local astronomer, free and open to all ages. Encouraged to bring your own telescope. Registration required. 

  • Monster Jam: 7pm. Lucas Oil Stadium. Tickets required.

Sunday, Feb 4


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