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Keep Fishers Beautiful Returns This Week
Keep Fishers Beautiful is back with a week of volunteer opportunities, community stories, and sustainability initiatives. This semiannual initiative brings together residents, homeowner’s associations, local businesses, and organizations to support the vibrancy of our city and neighborhoods. More information on available sustainability resources and ways to participate can be found at ThisisFishers.com/KFB.
Twilight Town Hall
Join Mayor Scott Fadness at 8 p.m. on October 5 for an online town hall discussing the Fishers District expansion. Special guests include Ashlee Boyd from Thompson Thrift and Jim Hallett from the Indy Fuel. Register for the meeting here.
Fishers AgriPark Fall Festival
Squirrel Stampede Mini Golf
Putt your way through a unique time in Hamilton County history by playing Squirrel Stampede Mini Golf! The 4-hole course illustrates the story of the hundreds of squirrels that invaded Hamilton County in 1822. Mini golf is free and no registration is required to play. The course will travel around Fishers for community events throughout the city’s Sesquicentennial celebration through June 2023. This project is made possible through partnership with Visit Hamilton County as part of the 2023 Hamilton County Bicentennial.
Stay up to date on the squirrels’ next stop here.
Fishers Sesquicentennial Celebration
Complete a self-guided tour through Fishers’ history, culture, and community favorites with the Fishers Sesquicentennial Trail! Swing by Highland Cemetery, one of the trail stops, and explore other Fishers Frights tales to get your spooky season fix.
Community Time Capsule
Fishers is partnering with Towne Post to curate a community time capsule that will be opened in 50 years in 2073. The community is invited to submit ideas for items that should be included in the capsule on the Towne Post website.
Trick-or-treat hours will occur 6-8 p.m. on Monday, October 31. Police cars will be patrolling Fishers neighborhoods to help ensure residents’ safety. If you notice anything suspicious, please immediately call 911. Find tips for a safe trick-or-treating here.
Tim Wellman worked as a marketing and public relations coordinator for the City of Fishers. His favorite place in Fishers is the Nickel Plate District where he enjoys visiting Four Day Ray Brewing or Parks Place Pub. He loves that Fishers always has a new attraction opening or in development. In his spare time, you can find him running, watching football, or catching up on his favorite shows.