INDIANAPOLIS - Early St. Patty's celebrations, flowers, patios, health deadlines and possible traffic. Here's the scoop on some happenings this Thursday in Indianapolis with #INDYTODAY.
Every day, we'll keep you in the loop on events and what could affect you in downtown Indy. Today, there are a few items on the to-do list that might tickle your fancy. Make sure to tune in to Good Morning Indiana every day from 4:30 to 7 on RTV6 for updates on area happenings.
Naptown Brown Tapping Party
Start your St. Patrick's Day weekend early Thursday night with a fun event at Sun King Brewing Company. Sun King and the Naptown Roller Girls will join to host the Naptown Brown Tapping Party. Come and devour some tasty food from the Taste of Caribbean food trucks and buy a pint of fresh local beer for just $5. The no-cover event runs from 7 to 10 p.m.
Enroll Indiana Week
The deadline to file for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act is quickly approaching. Covering Kids and Families of Central Indiana is reaching out during "Enroll Indiana Week" to help Hoosiers get covered before the March 31 deadline. Visit the Avondale Meadows YMCA Wednesday and Thursday to learn more about thealth insurance plans. You can visit between 9 a.m .and 7 p.m.
Indiana Flower and Patio Show
With more than 400 exhibitors and dozens of showcase gardens, this show is great both for those getting a jump-start on their spring and summer gardening, and for those just looking for a lovely time! All day long through Saturday, head to the Indiana State Fairgrounds West Pavilion and Expo Hall for the show.
National conference to make Indy crowded this week
If you're planning to do anything in downtown Indianapolis this week, be aware of possible traffic and crowded hot spots. Nearly 5,000 representatives from the U.S. library industry are arriving for the 2014 Public Library Association National Conference. It runs through Saturday at the Indiana Convention Center.