Things to do Near Plainfield, IN

Dive into the community around you and stop by these local events! There are so many things to do in the Plainfield area and we picked a few for this month. Make sure to check back every month and maybe we will see you there! Here are our picks:

June 2018 Events:

 

Indianapolis Promise Walk for Preeclampsia

June 9, 2018 ; 9:00 am

Plainfield Parks and Rec Center ; 651 Vestal Road, Plainfield, IN 46168

Thousands of women and babies die or get very sick each year from a dangerous condition called Preeclampsia, a life threatening disorder that occurs only during pregnancy and the postpartum period. Preeclampsia and related disorders such as HELLP syndrome and eclampsia are most often characterized by a rapid rise in blood pressure that can lead to a seizure, stroke, multiple organ failure and death of the mother and/or baby.
With your help, we can drive awareness, advance our scientific understanding and medical practices, and together help create a world where preeclampsia and hypertensive disorders of pregnancy no longer threaten the lives of mothers and babies.

 

St. Susana Summer Festival

June 14-16, 2018 ; 6/14 – 6:00 pm to 10:00 pm ; 6/15 – 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm ; 6/16 – 4:30 pm to 12:00 am

St. Susanna Catholic Church – 1210 E. Main Street , Plainfield, IN 46168

Saint Susanna Summer Festival is a west side tradition that draws the entire community together while raising funds for various parish activities and needs. Parishioners get a chance to become better acquainted with each other and work for the common benefit of the entire community. Enter for your chance to win a 2018 Ford Focus donated by Andy Mohr Ford!

 

Summer Fun Run Series – Hummel Park

June 20, 2018 ; 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Guilford Township Hummel Park – 1500 S. Center St., Plainfield, IN 46168

What better way to enjoy your summer than by exploring your parks?! The Summer Fun Run Series takes you to parks all over Hendricks County to run and/or walk with family and friends. Every Wednesday we will meet you at a different park with a course map for the 1-mile or 5K course, and ice cold water to keep you hydrated! Simply come to the designated park, sign-in, and proceed to the “start” to begin your run or walk. Park staff and volunteers will be present to assist and answer questions, and all host parks will be clearly marked with both a 5K and 1-mile course.