The Indiana Bicentennial comes to a grand finale this week. See what the state has planned for the celebration.
Though the flagship Bicentennial Torch Relay is finished, there’s still one last important piece of Indiana’s 200th statehood anniversary to celebrate: Statehood Day on December 11th.
The event will feature a diverse array of speakers, music, and dance, all focused on celebrating and inspiring the next generation of Hoosiers to “Ignite the Future.” Entertainment features the Hunter Smith Band (Smith is the event’s emcee) and the Indianapolis Children’s Choir, amongst others.
Where: Indiana Farmers Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds
When: Sunday, December 11th, 2016, from 10am – noon.
Cost: Parking and admission are free for all.
Keep celebrating! If the roads allow, there’s still time for a winter-themed Indiana Bicentennial Road Trip!
- For everything Christmas, the Santa Claus, IN, Museum & Village is the place to be.
- Looking for outdoor fun? Zoom down the toboggan run at Pokagon State Park near Angola!
Want to put an Indiana Bicentennial spin on a year-end party? Plan a Bicentennial Birthday Bash with help from the Indiana Bicentennial Commission!
Explore the Indiana Bicentennial Celebration’s events calendar and keep up with Indiana Bicentennial events on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Happy 200th birthday to our home state!