Events

Salamonie Preschool Program

Salamonie Reservoir 9214 W Lost Bridge West, Andrews, IN

Preschool age children ages 3-5 years and their adults are invited to this preschool program that is designed to enhance the preschooler's basic education, including music, crafts, social interaction and time outdoors with a nature-related theme.  The entire class time is held outdoors, rain or shine;  dress for the weather.  Participants can choose to attend …

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First Fridays Gas City

Hutchins Commons Pavilion 211 E. Main St., Gas City, IN

Bring the family to Gas City and enjoy fun activities, browse some amazing local vendors, and have a great family night out.  Free Kids Zone, Free Face Painting, games, music, and terrific food.  We'll see you at Hutchins Commons by City Hall along Main Street. Tonight enjoy live music with The Mooncats. Bring a lawn …

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Walk of Hope

Walk begins at the corner of Washington Street and Spencer Street in downtown Marion. $5 per walker. Register online. Funds raised helps bring hope to those fighting cancer in our community.

$5

CSA Presents Mary Poppins

F. Ritchie Walton Performing Arts Center 750 W. 26th St., Marion, IN

CSA presents Mary Poppins.  In turn of the century London, a magical nanny employs music and adventure to help two neglected children become closer to their father. Adults $18, Students $14.  Friday and Saturday 7pm, Sunday matinee only 2pm.

CSA Presents Mary Poppins

F. Ritchie Walton Performing Arts Center 750 W. 26th St., Marion, IN

CSA presents Mary Poppins.  In turn of the century London, a magical nanny employs music and adventure to help two neglected children become closer to their father. Adults $18, Students $12.  Friday and Saturday 7pm, Sunday matinee only 2pm.

Grant County Master Gardener Plant Sale

Matter Park N. River Rd. & N. Quarry Rd., Marion, Indiana

Come to the Meadows at Matter Park to get a jump start on your summer garden. The plant sale presented by the Purdue Extension-Grant County will have tomato plants, pepper plants, and herbs all for $3.00.

Master Gardener Annual Plant Sale

Matter Park Gardens River Rd. & Quarry Rd., Marion, IN

Plants galore available for purchase including multiple varieties of peppers, tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, and herbs including basil, cilantro, lavender, rosemary, sage, etc.

Crosley Car Show

Marion Public Library 600 S. Washington St., Marion, IN

Join the Marion Public Library and the Heartland Crosley Group for this show of beautiful Crosley cars. Crosley cars were manufactured in Marion post WWII.

Mother’s Day Market

Sender Cafe of Marion 100 S. Washington St., Marion, Indiana

Celebrate your mom and shop small business. 20 vendors with great gift ideas, and of course delicious coffee and baked goods from Sender Café, where the event is held.

Wild Edible Plant ID Hike

Mississinewa Lake Miami State Rec Area 4673 S 625 E, Peru, Indiana

Join Indiana Master Naturalist Carrie Vrabel on a wild edible exploration hike. Learn how food can be foraged in Northeast Indiana in the spring. Call 260-468-2127 to register.

Daddy Daughter Dance-Masquerade Ball

Matter Park N. River Rd. & N. Quarry Rd., Marion, Indiana

We are excited to host our famous Daddy Daughter Dance again this year! This years theme is Masquerade Ball and is guaranteed to be a night of fun! Tickets are $20 for a couple, and $5 for an additional child. Tickets are on sale in our Parks Department office at 301 S. Branson St. and …

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$20

May Fayre Market

The Bridge Cafe 138 N. Main St., Upland, IN

Join us at the bridge for this fun vendor market.  Event held outdoors and socially distanced.  Enjoy various artists and vendor booths.

About Grant County

Grant County, Indiana, is home to nifty attractions, outtasight events and rebellious celebrities. Whether it’s saddle shoes, classic cars, vintage bikes, James Dean, or Garfield, we love everything classic and cool. Have a blast just 90 minutes North of Indy.

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