Month: November 2022

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Call Out for Artists with Disabilities

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December 2 @ 9:02 pm

[FISHERS] – During the month of March 2023 the Fishers Arts Council – along with The City of Fishers Advisory Committee on Disabilities and Conner Prairie – is looking to…

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Reasons the Power of Philanthropy Provides Endless Opportunities

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December 2 @ 9:02 pm

Happy National Philanthropy Day! Each year on November 15, community organizations around the country celebrate the importance of working together for the common good. Today, we reflect on the power…

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Wooly Warmth and Comfy Cattle: Winter on the Prairie

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December 2 @ 9:02 pm

There’s a chill in the air and frost covers the ground each morning. The brightly colored leaves have fallen from the trees and the fields have been harvested. The Headless…

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William Conner House

Conner Prairie’s Land and Its Impact on Fishers

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December 2 @ 9:02 pm

Known as one of the best living history museums in the country, Conner Prairie is demonstrative of Fishers’ history and Indiana history as a whole. The museum was built around…

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Headless Horseman Presented by: Bank of America

Conner Prairie Celebrates Record-Breaking
Headless Horseman Festival Season

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Headless Horseman Festival Season
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December 2 @ 9:02 pm

Festival revenue helps create greater access and year-round opportunities for underservedfamilies to experience Conner Prairie and its festivals FISHERS, IN (November 1, 2022) – Conner Prairie is celebrating a record-breaking…

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The impact of Native American Heritage Month

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December 2 @ 9:02 pm

Native American Heritage Month became official in the United States in 1990 after Congress and President George H. Bush signed a resolution that designated November as the first National American…

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