GREENFIELD – The Greenfield Parks and Recreation Department Umbrella program begins Jan. 10 with a different theme each week for art-related activities in the areas of science, history, language, visual arts, writing and music. Four- or six-week sessions are available for $45 each for ages 4 through teenager. Sessions meet Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Visit greenfieldin.org/parks/program-listings-and-registrations for more information.

INDIANAPOLIS – Greenfield’s own Griggsby’s Station restaurant will be one of the restaurants participating in Return of the Mac, Indy’s first festival dedicated to macaroni and cheese starting at 1 p.m. Jan. 8 at the Pavilion at Pam Am, 201 S. Capital St. Attendees will sample cheesy creations from more than 20 of Indy’s favorite restaurants while chefs put their own spin on everyone’s favorite comfort food. Tickets are $20 for general admission and $35 VIP Early Entry for two hours of unlimited sampling. Kids younger than 6 are free when accompanied by an adult with ticket. For tickets, go to ticketfly.com and search “Return of the Mac.”

INDIANAPOLIS – The Perfect Wedding Guide presents the Winter Wedding Show from noon to 4 p.m. Jan. 7 and 8 at the Scottish Rite Cathedral, 650 N. Meridian. The show brings together wedding professionals, venue representatives, florists, photographers, caterers and wedding planners all under one roof. Tickets are available for $7 online and $10 at the door. One ticket covers both days. For tickets and more information, visit perfectweddingguide.com.

WINCHESTER – Ghost Hunts USA offers an overnight event at the Randolph County Infirmary Asylum starting at 8:30 p.m. Jan. 6 and 7. Guests should bring an air mattress, cot or sleeping bag and sleep in any of the available rooms of the asylum. The $129 cost includes breakfast. The Randolph County Infirmary Asylum is located at 1882 S. Old Highway 27. Visit ghosthuntsusa.com for tickets and information.

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