We like to connect people with all kinds of events and opportunities around Indy. So, whether you’re into salsa dancing, steampunk, indie rock, whiskey or libraries, hopefully you’ll find something here. Some of the events below might be hosted by IndyHub, but most of them have been submitted to our calendar by people like you! Just click on that green “Post Your Event” button and give us the details.

Jan
27
Sat
Polar Bear Pedal @ Indianapolis City Market
Jan 27 all-day

2018 Polar Bear Pedal Logo

A community bike ride led by Mayor Hogsett.

Bike safety information, children’s bike helmets, door prizes, and snacks will be available for participants. FREE T-shirts will be provided to the first 200 participants that register! You must be present on the day of the ride to claim your shirt. Shirts will also be available to purchase on the day of the ride.

Feb
1
Thu
The New Localism Discussion with Bruce Katz, Jeremy Nowak, & David Johnson @ NCAA Hall of Champions
Feb 1 @ 8:00 am – 10:00 am

Join us for a discussion of The New Localism – How Cities Can Thrive in the Age of Populism, a new book from the Brookings Institution’s urban experts Bruce Katz and Jeremy Nowak and featuring Indianapolis as a prominent example of a city that was thinking ahead of its time almost 20 years ago with the establishment of the Central Indiana Corporate Partnership.

 

Sign up for tickets at this link quickly, as seats are limited!

Feb
10
Sat
Museum by Moonlight @ The Children's Museum of Indianapolis
Feb 10 @ 8:00 pm – 11:59 pm
Museum by Moonlight @ The Children's Museum of Indianapolis | Indianapolis | Indiana | United States

This year is going to be BIGGER and BETTER. We’re pulling out all the stops for Museum by Moonlight 2018!

On Feb. 10, from 8 p.m. until the Water Clock strikes midnight, American Funds from Capital Group and the world’s largest children’s museum are throwing a party for kids at heart. Exclusively for adults 21 and over, guests can explore five floors of new and classic exhibits, enjoy drinks (first one’s on us!), and refuel with free food samples from restaurants.

All proceeds benefit The Children’s Museum Fund, which ensures that all children and families, regardless of income, can experience the museum. So, buy a ticket, have an unforgettable night, and help out some kids!

Museum members get a discount! Log in to receive $5 off.

General Admission: $75 per person
Feb. 1 – Last Chance: $85 per person

Included with each ticket:

  • One complimentary adult beverage
  • Food samples from your favorite local restaurants
  • Access to the world’s largest children’s museum, exclusively for adults!

Please note, tickets are nonrefundable.

Feb
12
Mon
Think & Drink: Stronger Together Indy @ Sun King Brewing
Feb 12 @ 5:30 pm – 7:30 pm

We all know there’s more than drinking beer at Sun King Brewery on Monday nights what with Oca now being open onsite (and yum-oh-yum), but there’s another reason to come to Sun King Brewery on February 12, 5:30 p.m. – it’s trivia night!

Join IndyHub at our February Think & Drink event as we bring along some exciting partners including The Exchange at The Indianapolis Urban League, ACLU of Indiana and From Nap, With Love. We are taking over the tasting room with trivia and it’s all about celebrating our differences as humans, supporting fellow neighbors in our great city, and honoring the rich history of Indianapolis.

Grab your friends, colleagues, brothers and sisters, and form a team for a chance to win some awesome prizes. But mostly, let’s all hang out together– we hope to see you there!

Feb
24
Sat
The Pardi Gras Ball II @ JW Marriott Indianapolis
Feb 24 all-day

After successfully exceeding it’s $25,000 goal and launching it’s tech exploratory program , the Mardi Gras themed black tie event for Indy’s young, educated and socially-responsible community is back for another year! Welcome to Pardi Gras II

Expect more fun, more food and great music and special performances and celebrity guests…all for a good cause.

The tech industry faces many challenges with diversity including the pipeline of minority talent. The Pardi Gras Ball aims to raise $100,000 for the Bloom Project to scale a tech exploration program that exposes underrepresented youth to coding, entrepreneurship, shadowing and mentorship, scholarships, and other technology-focused opportunities.

We love a good cause and #WeLikeToPardi. To learn more, head here!