Feb 9, 2024 - News

Weekender: Time to fuel up!

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If you're not a college hoops fan and the glitz and glam of the Super Bowl isn't your jam, the Indy Fuel has got you covered with some local hockey action.

What's happening: The Fuel take on the Atlanta Gladiators Friday night at Indiana Farmers Coliseum, 1202 E. 38th Street.

  • It's also a special "DC & Hockey Fights Cancer Night" to honor those who have battled and are currently battling cancer.
  • One dollar from every ticket sold and proceeds from a post-game jersey auction will go to the Community Health Network Foundation.
  • The game starts at 7pm, and tickets start at $20.

Here are the rest of our picks for the weekend:

🏢 Build the Lego tower of your dreams at the Indiana State Museum's interactive "Towers of Tomorrow" exhibit.

ğŸŽ· Groove out to The Bad Plus Friday night at the Jazz Kitchen as the veteran jazz trio turned quartet prepares to release their 15th studio album and debut a new sound.

🐉 Celebrate the Lunar New Year from 6-10pm Saturday at the Tube Factory artspace. The event will feature traditional dance performances, fireworks and art activities.

😂 Laugh the work week away when stand-up comedian Dov Davidoff takes over Helium Comedy Club on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

ğŸŽµ Enjoy some R&B vibes when Jeffrey Osborne, Phil Perry and Patrice Rushen take the stage at Clowes Memorial Hall at 7:30pm Saturday.

💕 Dine and dance the night away during the Valentine's Dinner Dance at the Rathskeller. The event features live music and a three-course dinner from 7-10pm Saturday.

🌹 Celebrate Valentine's Day and Black History Month with poetry and art during the Hoosier (H)Arts event at the Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site at 7pm Saturday.

ğŸŽ¤ See "America's Got Talent" star Callie Day sing her heart out as the special musical guest Sunday morning at North United Methodist Church, 3808 N. Meridian St.

  • The event is free and open to the public.

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