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GREENFIELD — Music, dancing, games, food and drinks will be highlighted at the 4H Exhibit Hall this Saturday in the ninth annual Steak ‘n Bake ‘n Raffle. The adults-only fundraiser provides grants to Hancock County non-profit organizations and is hosted by the Rotary Club of Greenfield.

The event starts at 6 p.m.; $40 tickets can be purchased by contacting Deb Low at (317) 467-2228 or Stacey Wixson at (317) 477-7045. For details, visit rotaryclubgreenfield.org. The deadline to purchase tickets is today.

INDIANAPOLIS — Hobby gamers might enjoy trying new or tried-and-true board and card games in a modified Gen Con 2021 this weekend. The gaming convention will be held today through Sept. 19 in a hybrid format with Gen Con Indy, Gen Con Online and Pop-up Gen Con running concurrently to provide in-person and online experiences. There’s capped in-person experiences in downtown Indianapolis, but online events and live streaming and several retail game store sites hosting activities all weekend. Visit gencon.com for details.

ANDERSON — Indy Scream Park in Anderson is back to haunt Hoosiers this fall. Having opened for the season last weekend, the park is open Friday and Saturday evenings this month, and then open seven days a week from Oct. 2 to Oct. 31.

This year’s park will feature six main attractions: Backwoods, Mutation, Zombieland: Unchained, Kilgore’s 3D Circus, Nightmare Factory: Blackout and Zombie Paintball Assault plus its newest addition — Bonzo’s Beer Garden.

Adhering to current CDC guidelines, Indy Scream Park will operate at full capacity this year. Social distancing is encouraged throughout the park and all attractions, whenever possible.

Located at 5211 S. New Columbus Rd. in Anderson, tickets start at $24.95. To buy tickets or learn more, visit indyscreampark.com.