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Conner Prairie

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13400 Allisonville Rd.
Fishers, IN 46208
Last Updated: April 9, 2018

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About Conner Prairie

Conner Prairie is an outdoor living history museum featuring first- and third-person Midwest interpretations of America's indigenous and settlement stories. On the land originally settled by William Conner and his first wife, Mekinges — daughter of Delaware Chief William Anderson — the museum is old school but not behind on the times. With solar panels and a wind turbine, Conner Prairie features a mixture of the new and the old. Historic areas provide authentic, unique and entertaining educational experiences, including Prairietown, Lenape Village and the Museum Center. The state-of-the-art amphitheater hosts Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra’s Symphony on the Prairie. There newest exhibit, 1863 Civil War Journey: Raid on Indiana, is a chance to let living history not only unfold before your eyes, but surround you.

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  • Catherine Green
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From night bikes to slow food, karate to CAFOs, it's a weekend chock-full of cultural goodies. And we haven't even mentioned the Indian tacos or local brewskies yet.

  • Rita Kohn
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Conductor Edwin Outwater paired ISO soloists with creative programming to achieve a universally emotional performance.

  • Catherine Green
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On this patriotic First Friday weekend, we've got photo remixes and an array of mixed media at Gallery 924, both before the obligatory fireworks display.

  • David Hoppe
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The much anticipated National Geographic 'Treasures of the Earth' exhibit opens at the Indianapolis Children's Museum with dazzling and historic results.

  • Andrew Roberts
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The living history museum adds to its already immersive experience with the excellent 1863 Civil War Journey: Raid on Indiana

  • Rita Kohn
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The traditional picnics, families, and patriotic music of Symphony on the Prairie were paired with selections highlighting the costs of war.

  • Tom Aldridge
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In its one classical program of mid-summer, Symphony on the Prairie presented An Evening in Olde Vienna with guest pianist Grace Fong playing Mozart.

  • Rita Kohn
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A Symphony on the Prairie program celebrating Indy's sister cities was highlighted by Max Bruch's Scottish Fantasy for Violin and Orchestra.

  • Rita Kohn
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Michele Ragusa's

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There's No Business Like Show Business

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and Christina Bianco's

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I Dreamed a Dream

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stood out during an evening on the Prairie.

  • Katelyn Coyne
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Conner Prairie illuminates the classic ghost tale of the Hessian soldier with a slant toward the younger audiences. Plus: A fall festival that might become a family favorite.

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