INDIANAPOLIS — Looks like there's something for everyone this Valentine's Day. From the traditional, to new experiences and even some fun for those who loathe the love-filled holiday.
Here are some Valentine's Day events around central Indiana:
ROSES ARE DEAD
For couples and singles alike who want to ditch dinner reservations for something more thrilling.
Fear Fair in Seymour, Indiana is offering a Valentine themed event on Saturday, February 16.
“With ‘Roses are Dead’ we’ve created a night of heart-pounding fun, for couples and groups of friends alike," Brett Hays, owner and Creative Director of Fear Fair, said. "It’s something for people tired of the same old routine, plus nothing brings people closer than a good scare."
The show will be open from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m. on Saturday, February 16. General admission tickets are $25 and VIP Slash Passes are $30.
The Indianapolis City Market is offering married couples a chance to have their wedding vows renewed - by Mayor Joe Hogsett.
Those married and ready for a special vow renewal can head downtown to the City Market on Thursday.
The event will feature live music, cupcakes, decorative photo sessions and personalizing a Valentine.
The 'Sharing the Love' event will be from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Valentine's Day at the Indianapolis City Market North Mezzanine.
White Castle is on to it's 28th annual White Castle Valentine's Day Dinner this year.
Reservations can be made almost 40 locations in central Indiana.
For the first time, White Castle is offering guests a Valentine'e Day to-go special, 'Love Castle' Crave Cases. Through Grubhub or DoorDash, White Castle will be deliver the special to couples in a Valentine themed box.
Reservations can be made for Thursday, February 14, from 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. online through OpenTable.com, the OpenTable app or by calling the Indianapolis regional office at 317-269-4590.
A 'do-it-yourself (DIY)' gesture for all the Olive Garden bread stick lovers out there.
As part of Olive Garden's 'Valentine's Day ToGo Dinner for Two,' the Italian restaurant chain is sharing a downloadable 'Breadstick Bouquet' wrapper with guests online. The wrappers are not available in the restaurant.
Here's how it works:
- Order bread sticks to-go - or the Valentine's Day ToGo Dinner for Two - from your local Olive Garden.
- Download one of five custom bouquet wrapping squares.
- Roll up the cone and secure it with tap.
- Fill with bread sticks.