If you're in need of some laughter, there is no better place to be this weekend. Magicians will offer a 10-minute greatest hits of their performances during the World Championship Showcase. Indianapolis' own Christian and Katalina, the #1 husband and wife mind-reading act in the country, will host the showcase.
The Indianapolis Home Show features dozens of designers, including Karen Rominger and Mina Starsiak from HGTV's Two Chicks and a Hammer. The show will feature plenty of ideas for home improvement and gardening. You can also shop and compare dozens of items. The show is in its 94th year and will have more than 900 exhibit spaces.
Tickets for adults are $12.00 if they are purchased online, $14.00 if they are purchased at the door. Kids ages 6-12 can get in for $3.00 and kids 5 and under are free.
Check out Veal's Ice Tree
When: Dawn to dusk, 7 days a week
Where: 11333 Southeastern Avenue in Indianapolis
How cool is this? The Veal's Ice Tree has been a family tradition since 1961. The tree is a massive ice sculpture created with pond water. In an average year, the tree grows 35 to 40 feet. Last year, it reached an estimated 79-80 feet.
Where: Indiana State Fairgrounds, Ag-Hort Building
If you're not planning a wedding soon, you can probably skip this event -- but if you are, you can get a lot done in this one location.
The show features more than 100 of the area's wedding professionals. You can taste cake, check out invitations, talk with wedding planners, and of course -- look at dresses. There will also be seminars with tips on wedding planning. If that's not enough, there are a ton of prize giveaways planned.
Where: The Platform at the City Market located at 222 East Market Indianapolis
The 6th annual Officer David Moore Memorial Blood Drive honors fallen IMPD Officers David Moore, Rod Bradway and Perry Renn. The event is coordinated through the Indiana Blood Center.
Women's Final Four Ball Kid Battle
When: January 23
Where: University of Indianapolis
If you have a daughter between the ages of 10 and 14 who loves basketball, you should definitely bring her to this event Saturday! The NCAA is looking for girls, not yet in high school, to be the honorary ball kids at the 2016 NCAA Division I Women's Final Four games at Bankers Life Fieldhouse on April 3, 2016.