Fairies make gardens magical
There are several ways to make a garden beautiful, but only one way to make it magical: Add a fairy. According to Stacey Hamilton, area sales manager at Altum's greenhouse in Zionsville, in the past few years, greenhouses and landscapers have noticed
Zionsville resident named Habitat Volunteer of the Year
"Give them a hand up, not a hand out" is the motto of the home building organization, Habitat for Humanity, which builds disadvantaged families new homes. These are also the words of wisdom Tony Kaufmann uses to remind Habitat volunteers of their pur
Director completes A to Z Listening Tour
Jen Pendleton, Community Foundation of Boone County executive director, has been to all communities in Boone County, from Advance to Zionsville, to speak with residents during her A to Z Listening Tour. Pendleton went to Maplelawn Farmstead Wednesday, June 26, on her stop in Zionsville. Other stops along the tour included Jamestown, Thorntown and Lebanon. Pendleton became director of the foundation May 1.
Manager still going after 33 years
Zionsville resident Ed Stockman was bitten by a bug when he was in high school, and 40 years later, he’s still feeling the effects.
Paint out winners announced
Winners of the Zionsville Paint Out event June 15 have been announced. The event is sponsored by the SullivanMunce Cultural Center and featured artists painting at various outdoor spots in Zionsville.
Duck Dynasty celebrity shares faith, fun facts about show
Traders Point Christian Church played host to one of television’s biggest names this weekend: Willie Robertson of the A&E network hit, Duck Dynasty.
Year of progress for planning director
Zionsville has seen several economic development projects within the past year, and the planning department has been busy working to stay on top of them all.
PASSION FOR PORSCHE
Porsche enthusiasts gathered on Main Street in Zionsville Saturday, June 15, for the third annual CruZionsville. Spectators admired more than 100 cars, and enjoyed live music and great food. Proceeds from the event went to the Alzheimer’s Association — Greater Indiana Chapter.
A CLASSIC LOOK
Spectators admire classic cars in front of the SullivanMunce Cultural Center Friday evening, June 14. The center hosted the event in conjunction with the Gardens of Zionsville Tour.
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?
The 10th annual Gardens of Zionsville Tour, presented by the SullivanMunce Cultural Center, took place on Saturday, June 15. Guests were able to visit six local gardens and hear from three garden speakers. Above, people enjoy touring the garden of Gary and Marcia Angstadt, who have four chickens living in their garden.
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