May 19, 2023 - Things to Do

What to do this weekend: May 19-21

Illustration: Maura Losch/Axios

🏀 The Indiana Fever open their regular season against the Connecticut Sun at 7pm Friday at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.

⚾ Take yourself out to the ballpark at Victory Field, while the Indians finish out a four-game homestand against the Iowa Cubs.

  • Games are at 7pm Friday, 6:30pm Saturday and 1:30pm Sunday. Tickets start at $12 for the lawn.

ğŸŽï¸ Bumping is back during qualifications at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, as 34 cars compete for 33 spots in next weekend's Indy 500.

  • Gates open at 8am Saturday and 10am Sunday; tickets are $20.

🖼️ The Broad Ripple Art Fair runs from 10am-5pm Saturday and Sunday at the Indianapolis Art Center.

  • Tickets are $20 per day or $30 for a weekend pass.

🌸 Do it for the 'gram at the Indiana Peony Festival in Noblesville, where Seminary Park will be bursting with blooms to honor the state flower.

  • The free event is 10am-4pm Saturday and will have food, drink and other vendors on site.

⛲ Local artists, vendors and live music will be on hand for the Fountain Fletcher Spring Market, from 10am-2pm Saturday at Fountain Square Plaza.

🍷 Drink wine, then run a 5k … then drink more wine at the Easley Winery Wine Festival 5k, noon Saturday at the White River State Park.

  • Entry options start at $35 and include four wine tastings throughout the run.

⚽ The Indy Eleven are home against Colorado Springs Switchbacks SC, 7pm Saturday at Carroll Stadium.

🏳️‍🌈 Check out a different kind of race from 11am-2pm Sunday when Indy Pride hosts the Hoosier 250 tricycle race, starting at the intersection of Park and Mass avenues.

ğŸŽ‰ Tour the newly renovated Stutz Building when it holds a free block party and open house from noon to 6pm Sunday.

  • Stutz has welcomed several new tenants to the northwest corner of downtown, including a new location of Amelia's bakery, a coffee shop, plant store and taco joint.

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