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Good Tuesday Morning. This is Fishers Digest. If you’re a 1940’s baby born on February 29th, it’s almost your 21st birthday! 🤣

⛈️ Today’s weather: Showers and t-storms, with a high near 69°.

In today’s digest:

  • Art pass
  • Disability Awareness Month kick off
  • Local restaurant scoop

This issue is 1,652 words, a 5-minute read.

The Digest

🎨 Fishers Art Pass


Did you know Fishers has art and murals all over the city? I didn’t.

Hamilton County Tourism dropped their 2024 doable and viewable art pass — perfect timing with the nicer weather. It’s an app you can download to find all the art installations in Fishers (and Hamilton County) while checking in to gain points. Manage 400 points, and you’ll get a free print by Gabriel Lehman. You’ll also get entry to a Hamilton County prize pack.

If you’re a new mover or long-time resident, I can’t think of a better way to get out and about and learn the city. You can pick up a pass and download the app here.

Coming soon: your family compound*

Fishers Home 1 Kelly Dather

Kelly Dather is giving an early look at this beautiful home in the Woods at Thorpe Creek in Fishers! This luxury home has 5 bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, spreading more than 5,000 square feet of living space — making it the perfect family compound.

It has everything you’d want in a turnkey home. A renovated kitchen equipped with ultra high-end appliances and a spacious breakfast area. A finished basement with a wet bar, exercise room, and plenty of storage. Plus, it has extensive hardscaping with automatic landscape lighting outside. The best part though? A 3-car heated garage.

This home offers the perfect blend of luxury, comfort, and functionality. Contact Kelly Dather today to schedule a private tour when the listing goes live next week! The Kelly Dather Real Estate Group | KW Indy Metro Northeast | Fishers, IN | 317-496-9308

This is a sponsored post*

The Happenings

March is Disability Awareness month

To kick off March and disability awareness month, Stacey Oldham will be giving a keynote address. She’ll highlight what living here is like for those with disabilities. As well as all the activities happening in March. Friday (3/1) from 8:30 to 10 am at Launch Fishers. No registration required.

More picks

🩸 There’s a few spots open to donate blood at Sun King Brewery today. All blood types are needed, and appointments shouldn’t take more than an hour. Today (2/27) from 11:30 to 5 pm. Sign up here.

> Indiana River Direct’s last winter citrus truck delivery happens tomorrow. They will have 20 lb boxes of Navel Oranges, Ruby Red Grapefruits, and Tangerines for sale. Cash or checks only. Wednesday (2/28) from 10:00 – 11:30 am at Goodwill. Learn more.

> Nashville Night is a concert at Daniel’s Vineyard with Chris Cavanaugh. He’s opened for Luke Bryan, Florida Georgia Line, Eric Church, and more. Benefits the Fishers UMC Scholarship Fund. Thursday (2/29) at 7:30 pm. Tickets here

> The first ever Indiana Vintage Market is this weekend at the State Fairgrounds. Over 45 vendors will be selling vintage clothing, records, home goods, and more. Tickets are $5 and kids 12 and under are free. Saturday from 11 to 5 pm. Tickets here.

> Check out Wasson’s Shamrock workshop this Saturday. Kids will plant shamrock seeds in their own pots, then personalize them with signs. Free, Saturday at 10 am. Tickets here.

> The Fishers Parks Department is hosting the Spring Formal this Saturday for kids aged 7-12. Registration required here.

> The Scholastic bookfair, but creepy and at a brewery. Saturday from 12 to 6 pm. Learn more.

🎭️ Theatre

February performances are winding down, with venues preparing for their fresh March takes. Here’s a few coming soon and leaving soon.

Coming soon:

> The Folks at Home at the Indianapolis Repertory Theatre. Tickets here

> Spamilton, a side-splitting parody of Hamilton, will be played for a limited time at the Butler Schrott Center of Arts. Tickets here.

> Cheyenne Jackson: Signs of Life at The Cabaret is sold out for March. You can sign up for the waiting list if more spots open up here.

> Driving Miss Daisy at the Civic Theatre in Carmel starts in March. Early tickets here

Leaving soon:

> The Truth about Winnie the Judd at the Phoenix Theatre. Tickets here

Civil Meetings

Board of Zoning Appeals meets today at Launch Fishers (12175 Visionary Way) at 6 pm. On the agenda are mostly requests for new/upgraded homes, with one looking to build what looks like a tiny home.

🎶 Live Music

Ethan & Joey | Tin Roof | 9 PM
Cool City Jazz Band | The Jazz Kitchen | 7 PM 
The Mammoth II Tour | Old National Centre | 7 PM
Jon Batiste | Old National Centre | 8 PM
An Evening with Sphinx | Clowes Auditorium | 6 PM
Rhapsody in Blue | Schrott Center for the Arts | 7:30 PM

David Campbell | Tin Roof | 9 PM
New Day Rising | Melody Inn | 7 PM
Yardbird | The Jazz Kitchen | 7 PM
Butler University Percussion Ensemble | Schrott Center for the Arts | 7:30 PM

Brian Winchester | Daniel’s Vineyard | 6 PM
Danny Frazier/Scotty Bratcher | King Jugg | 6:30 PM
Zac Hill on the Patio | Parks Place Pub | 6 PM
Tyler Ramsey | LO-FI Lounge | 7 PM
Pom Teddy | Tin Roof | 10 PM
Silversun Pickups | The Vogue | 7 PM
Author & Punisher | Black Circle | 7 PM
Tower of Power | Clyde Theater | 8 PM

📱Check out our Instagram for more live music.

🎰 Trivia

General Trivia | Mashcraft | 7 PM
Trivia Night w/ Party Play Indy | Parks Place Pub | 7 PM

Live Trivia | Daniel’s Vineyard | 6 PM
Disney Trivia | Parks Place Pub | 7 PM
Live Trivia | Books & Brews | 7:30 PM
Live Trivia | Pinheads | 7 PM

Trivia Night | CR Heroes | 7:30 PM
Trivia Night | Pearl Street | 7 PM

Rapid Fire Hits

Quick headlines and things to know from all around 🌐

1/5 ambulance transports in Fishers are from falls. The city recently received a $30,000 grant to support those who need a little help to prevent that ride. If you’re 65 and older you’re eligible to enroll in the Fall Prevention Program through the city. Learn more here.

A “Please boycott White Castle” post on Reddit sparked a thread of other first-hand stories of petty drama in Indy. (link)

Business owners or non-profit leaders — this Thursday Hamilton County Tourism is hosting a webinar for the upcoming eclipse. You can sign up here.

We have a world-class children’s museum. The Indianapolis Children’s Museum is not only the largest in the world but consistently ranks as the gold standard for what one should be like. Check out their recent #1 rating on parents.com and USA Today.

If you’re a local news junkie, LarryinFishers interviews the editor of Current in Fishers on his podcast. Check it out.

The last day to visit the historic Indy City Market is this Thursday. After 150 years, it’s being revamped with a new $200m development, which will include new designs, apartments, and more. (link)

Local business

🍌 Rush Bowls

Rush Bowls

Rush Bowls is a newer franchise in downtown Fishers. They serve blended fruit bowls and smoothies and were recently featured on WishTV. So we had to try ‘em:

I got the PB&J, an acai bowl with banana, strawberry, peanut butter, granola, and jelly. I’ve never had a PBJ that tasted “clean”, but this bowl did. It doesn’t feel like you’re eating a bowl of ice cream, which has happened at other acai places. They use whole ingredients and make everything on the spot. I’m a big fan. 👍️

They’re at 11649 Maple St Suite 123 if you want to check them out.

What’s going on with Tijuana Flats?

The owner shared they’ve had staffing issues before closing their 96th Street location. The Noblesville store (same owner) has been closed for a few weeks now. Neither Fishers nor Noblesville are on the official Tijuana Flats franchise site. They’ve been a part of the Fishers community for a long time. Here’s to hoping everything works out for them 🌮

Fishers nominees announced

The Mira Awards are the Indianapolis “Oscars for Tech”. It’s a black-tie event celebrating the cool, innovative people and businesses in tech. 2024 had a record number of entries. This makes the following list of businesses and people from Fishers even more impressive. A huge congratulations if you’re on here, and best of luck at the Gala 👏

Tech Innovation Team of the Year
Pierce Aerospace

Rising Entrepreneur of the Year
Ethan Rodriguez and Adriana Morales, KLOTOFY
Jean Ross, Primary Record

Digital Transformation Award
Recovery Force Health

Tech Innovation of the Year
Recovery Force Health
Valgotech, LLC

Community Impact Award
Mentors of Color, Inc.

Innovation Service Partner of the Year
Six Feet Up

Startup of the Year
Valgotech, LLC

Nothing in this section is sponsored. It’s just things you should know.

Construction This Week

Fishers Construction Logo

Here’s what you should know this week:

  • 146th Street and Allisonville Road will close on March 1st. They will close for construction of a roundabout. They estimate it will take around 90 days to finish the ramp work.
    • East-West traffic on 146th Street will remain open
    • Pedestrian access over the White River bridge will blocked
    • Engineers are hoping it will be open before Conner Prairie’s Symphony on the Prairie starts in June

Read the full report here.


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