Library offers take-and-make-it etched candle kits
GREENFIELD/NEW PALESTINE –Teens age 13 through 18 can pick up a free take-and-make-it kit to etch designs into a candle for a one-of-a-kind decoration piece. Each kit contains instructions and all materials necessary to complete the project. While supplies last, kits can be picked up at the children’s desk all day during open library hours on Oct. 12 at the Hancock County Public Library, 900 W. McKenzie Road, Greenfield, or the New Palestine Branch Library at 5731 West U.S. Highway 52, New Palestine. One kit per participant. Visit hcplibrary.org for more information.
Children’s Museum hosts alternative to annual haunted house
INDIANAPOLIS — The Children’s Museum of Indianapolis, 3000 N. Meridian St, will host Monster MASKarade at the museum Friday evenings and Saturday mornings in October. Held outdoors in the Riley Children’s Health Sports Legends Experience, the events feature spooky, silly and socially-distanced fun. Friday evening events are 6 to 8 p.m. and include a boxed dinner. Saturday morning events are 8 to 10 a.m. and include a boxed breakfast. Some events are already sold out. Visit childrensmuseum.org to order tickets.
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Newfields is fall fun
INDIANAPOLIS — Harvest at Newfields, 4000 Michigan Road, is a month-long celebration of Fall and Halloween with day and nighttime events for families. The nighttime outdoor walking experience guides visitors along a path of thousands of glowing pumpkins around the twists and turns of an enchanted forest, an eerie ghost train and a grand finale at Mischief Manor on the Lilly Allee. During the day, guests are invited to explore the garden strewn with Indiana-grown pumpkins blanketing the campus and enjoy horticulture displays. Weekends will bring special activations from many of Newfields’ most beloved partners. Tickets for children through adults range from $13 to $25. Visit discovernewfield.org for more information.