What You Can Do This Weekend in Hamilton County: Watch a classic movie, celebrate on the square, and ride the pumpkin train!


Chateau Thomas Winery in Fishers IndianaThursday, Oct. 6
Classic Movie Night featuring Auntie Mame
@Chateau Thomas Wine Bar in Fishers, 6 p.m.
You'll feel oh-so-sophisticated sipping a glass of wine and watching a classic movie! (Auntie Mame storyline: an orphan goes to live with his free-spirited aunt, whose lifestyle is called into question by the executor of his father’s estate.)

Friday Oct. 7
Noblesville Fall Festival
@Noblesville Town Square, 5:30 - 8 pm
Usher in the fall season with music, yummy treats, and activities for the entire family at Noblesville's First Friday celebrations on the historic downtown square.  

Saturday, Oct. 8 & Sunday, Oct. 9
Pumpkin Train
@Forest Park in Noblesville
10:30 am & 1:30 pm Saturdays
11:30 am & 2:30 pm Sundays
Climb aboard at Forest Park for a train ride through Hamilton County to a pumpkin patch run by the Hamilton Heights High School FFA chapter. A hay-bale maze, games, and hayrides amp up the fun!  to create this unique experience. The Pumpkin Train runs twice a day every Saturday and Sunday through October 23. CASH ONLY at the pumpkin patch!

Saturday, Oct. 8
Christmas in October Craft Fair
@Fishers High School in Fishers, 9am -3pm
Admission is $5 for adults, $2 for seniors and students, free for 12 years old and under
More than 150 arts and craft vendors will participate in the annual craft fair, which features everything from painted glass to pottery. Proceeds from the raffle benefit the Roy Holland Backpacks for Kids program which provides backpacks to students for the current school year.  A donation of canned goods, non-perishable items, or new toys for the Hamilton County Good Samaritan Program earns you one free raffle ticket!
Sunday, Oct. 9
Mile For A Child: SOHO 5K Run & Walk
@Fort Harrison State Park
race begins at 9 am
Proceeds from the race support Saving Orphans Through Healthcare and Outreach, a program to improve the lives of orphans in Swazi communities deeply affected by HIV/ AIDS.