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A Message from the Mayor of Carmel Named #1 in “America’s Best Places to Live” by Money magazine, Carmel is a vibrant city – a place people are excited to call home and establish their businesses. Its safe and attractive neighborhoods, quality schools, unique retail areas, as well as arts and cultural opportunities make Carmel one of the fastest growing communities in the nation.

James Brainard Mayor of Carmel

There is so much to explore in our growing community. Carmel offers terrific entertainment and shopping opportunities for residents and visitors alike. One of our assets is our friendly welcoming citizens. We are proud of our city’s positive progress and excited about the national attention we have received as a result. If you want to learn more about what Carmel has to offer, please take a few minutes to read through Carmel City Magazine. Very truly yours,

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Table of Contents

13 Inside The Hallowed Halls

Profiles of Area High Schools

31 Draft Picks: Local Draft Beers 75 A Story Book Success 81 Something To Smile About 97 A Planned Community: Village of WestClay The

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Letter from the Editor

One of the assignments this issue was a profile on secondary school choices in Carmel. Initially the prospect seemed daunting, until we figured out that students could tell the story best. Seven high schools were included with a student chosen from each to write an essay. When compositions started rolling in, on time and beautifully penned, the results were worthy of an A++. All of the authors had something inspirational to say and every contribution was unique. Kids, as proficient as they proved to be, completely blow away concerns about the next generation. Bring on the challenges of the 21st century! The oncoming wave of graduates will knock them out of the campus. The interview with two local artists who published Bob’s Booger, a picture book for children, makes good reading as well. Scott Black and Margaret TerBush took five years from schedules packed with kids and careers to create their charming tale, which actually made it onto the 2012 LA TIMES summer reading list. Their foray onto the national publishing scene proves that small companies can indeed make it big.

Also included is a feature on craft beers, a slightly awkward transition but there you go. I totally misjudged the outcome of this piece. Boring photos? No way; beer positively glows in these pictures. Standard fare with bottled and on tap beers? Wrong again. I had no idea that there were so many varieties plus a slew of local brewing companies. Thank goodness for Chelsea; she’s the photographer who shot the session and she knows her way around a pub. Shown here is a picture of me with the bartender at Divvy. *Sigh* someone has to suffer... Carmel City Magazine is off to a great start in 2013 so stick around for the issues ahead. There’s a lot more to discover about the community in which we live. Editor-In-Chief Jackie Holloway jholloway@carmelcitymagazine.com

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Profiles of Area High Schools Carmel High School Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School Cathedral High School Heritage Christian School Park Tudor School St. Theodore Guerin Catholic High School University High School


More Than Just Numbers by Meredith Baranowski ‘13

At Carmel High School, we value our statistics. We’ve proudly won 122 state championships, making an appearance in all 20 IHSAA sports, placing first in the Rose-Hulman math competition the past four years, and winning four state band competitions and two Bands of America competitions. Carmel Dance Marathon is the largest high school marathon in the country, raising $261,229.48 for Riley Hospital for Children just last year. With 4,698 students the successes are amazing, but figures alone can’t show the pride we feel to be a part of CHS. Unified by school spirit and energized by our accomplishments, our student body is strong in more than just numbers. The statistics show something else, as well: Carmel High School is among the best when it comes to preparing their students. Our 95% graduation rate,

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• Established in 1888 with first graduating class in 1890 • Sits on 55 acres of land and comprises 22 acres of enclosed space • Enrollment of 4,698 students grades 9 – 12 with professional staff of 260 classroom teachers and support staff of over 150 • Graduation rate of 95.32% • 122 state championships to date and competes in all 20 IHSAA sports • First in Rose-Hulman math competition last four years

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despite our unusually large enrollment, speaks for itself. Students go on to the nation’s top universities, with at least 12 from last year’s class gaining acceptance into Ivy League colleges. CHS challenges all its students by offering 28 AP, seven Advanced College Project and 18 IB classes, with numbers continually increasing. The schedule selection is incomparable and offers hundreds of choices, from Animation, to Fashion Merchandising, to Architectural Drafting and Electronic Music. There are also over 140 plus clubs to choose from and I soon found my niche in student government, DECA, freshman mentoring and yearbook. With this kind of preparation, CHS has provided me with the tools and the confidence to pursue whatever university or career I choose. Quite possibly, Carmel’s most memorable statistic of all is its size. With 4,698 students and 300 faculty members, we fill the house. Oh, and about that house? Carmel High School sits on 55 acres of land, with 22 of them under roof. I must admit I’m frequently amazed by our towering ceilings, state-of-the-art facilities and the ability to always meet someone new. By exposing students to so much diversity, CHS has prepared us to enter the world outside its walls. In effect, we have the benefits of a university in size, and the hominess of a high school with its integrated scholastic, social and athletic schedule. While I may be biased, I believe that every student can make the absolute most of their four years here. And that statistic, I believe, is our finest one yet.

• Carmel Dance Marathon largest high school marathon in the country, raising $261,229 last year alone for Riley’s Children’s Foundation

• The HiLight, CHS newspaper, only Indiana high school newspaper to qualify for national Crown competition

5201 E. Main Street, Carmel www.ccs.k12.in.us/chs

“Excellence is embedded in our school culture – from the swimming team to the classroom to the 100+ clubs available at Carmel High School. We are proud to provide a wide variety of programs and opportunities to meet the needs and ambitions of all Carmel’s young adults.” ~ John Williams, Principal 15


An inclusive philosophy by Omar Mattar ‘13

I chose to attend Brebeuf because I felt that the education I was receiving from my previous high school wasn’t meeting my expectations. I wanted a school that would give me the greatest opportunity to succeed, and position me to reach the highest level of achievement possible. My family was surprised by my decision, but open and enthusiastic throughout the application process. I had family members who had attended Jesuit schools in the past, and my parents understood the value of a Jesuit education. Brebeuf has given me multiple opportunities to expand my faith. While being a Catholic school, Brebeuf is incredibly accepting of other faith traditions and makes an effort to include and embrace the spirituality of other religions.

“Brebeuf has been Indiana’s Jesuit school and a premier high school in the city of Indianapolis since its founding in 1962. I am proud to be part of a great tradition here.” ~ Greg VanSlambrook, Principal 16


• Catholic Jesuit Preparatory school founded in 1962 • 763 students

Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School

As a Muslim, I have been blessed to attend a school that allows me to explore my faith through retreats, masses, and even short daily prayers every morning. Brebeuf is unique in that it stresses the common qualities of all religions—peace, love for thy neighbor, equality in the eyes of God—rather than the contrasts. Brebeuf’s inclusive philosophy to other traditions has allowed me to become a much more spiritual person, knowledgeable about not only my faith, but the faiths of others around me. My Brebeuf experience has been characterized by the bonds I have formed with others. Brebeuf’s smaller class sizes mean that the friendships you form grow stronger and last longer. The community extends to teachers as well as you genuinely form friendships with your teachers, something unique among schools in Indiana. These relationships are emphasized on retreats which truly define the Brebeuf experience for most students. Kairos is constantly cited as the transformational moment for many Brebeuf students. Brebeuf offers an education that no other school in Indiana currently can. The school does not only make good students, it makes good citizens. Brebeuf alumni become leaders in their communities along with leaders in their field of study. The rigorous high school education a Brebeuf student receives prepares them to excel in college and beyond.

• 100% graduation rate in Class of 2012, receiving more than $23 million in scholarship offers • Student – Faculty ratio 12-1 • 25% of Brebeuf students receive financial aid • 17 IHSAA sanctioned sports with four state championships in the last four years • State of Indiana 4-Star School two years in a row • More than 90% of students attend retreats • Mean SAT score of 1767 and mean ACT score of 27

• A diverse student population from more than 40 area schools

2801 W. 86th Street, Indianapolis www.brebeuf.org

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Traditions of excellence Olivia Kluger ‘14

Have you ever experienced an “aha” moment? Well, I did during my shadow day at Cathedral. Walking on the beautiful wooded campus, looking at the wall of State Championship banners and pictures of All Americans, visiting with students on why they chose Cathedral, and meeting teachers and coaches was simply inspiring and I wanted to be a part of it. I also recognized that the student body was full of kids from all over the city and from various socio-economic and academic backgrounds. Some of my current classmates are from Avon, Greenfield, Zionsville, Indianapo-

“Cathedral is a Catholic high school in the Holy Cross tradition with a 94-year history of excellence. Because our students come from 130 different schools throughout Indianapolis, they are a part of a school culture that is richly diverse – geographically, economically, racially and religiously.” ~ Dave Worland, Principal 18


• Catholic college preparatory high school founded in 1918 on 40-acre campus • 1,255 enrollment • Student/teacher ratio 13-1 and average class size 19 • 100% graduation rate with 100% of students accepted into four-year colleges and universities • Offers International Baccalaureate, Honors, College Prep, AP Classes and Language Support • 120 clubs, organizations and athletic teams with 99% of students involved in at least one activity • Mass offered daily and spiritual retreats offered at every grade level • 25% of students reside in Hamilton County • Two chaplains, one full-time and one half-time assistant campus minister on site • Class of 2012 earned nearly $33 million in awards and scholarships

5225 E. 56th Street, Indianapolis www.cathedral-irish.org

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lis, and even Bloomington. It just feels right to be in a school that demonstrates diversity and welcomes everyone no matter where you come from. Since day one, teachers, coaches, and administrators opened their arms to me and included me in the Cathedral family. I have never had a teacher, coach, or administrator that did not want me to succeed. When I had some volleyball injuries, it was quite humbling to me that various staff members (who I didn’t even have for class) knew my name, checked on how I was doing, and even prayed for me. Probably the number one reason why I love Cathedral is our tradition of excellence, which is grounded in the Catholic Faith. It is very comforting to go to a school that is faith filled. Mass and intentions are offered every day and it is great to see our chaplains Father Munshower and Father John in school and at athletic events. Cathedral students achieve every day in many areas: academically, athletically, theatrically, musically, and spiritually. Being at a school with a Catholic foundation with traditions of excellence in academics, athletics, and the arts—and with teachers, coaches, and administrators helping you achieve your own excellence-makes me want to strive for it even more! Cathedral truly fits me perfectly and I couldn’t ask for more in a high school.

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My Second home by Claire Haddad ‘13

Asking why I love my school is like asking why I love my family. How couldn’t I? At Guerin Catholic, your school and your family are one and the same. The people you learn with are the people you grow with. As a senior, I honestly consider Guerin Catholic to be my second home. I don’t know of another school like Guerin Catholic, a school where seniors get to school at 6:30 to have “senior sunrise breakfast” in the parking lot, a school with such a supportive student section for every single sport, a school that cries together over the loss of a loved one or rejoices together with every college acceptance letter, a school where a student will stand outside and hold the door in the morning

Lead with Humility = Serve with Love = Trust in Providence 100% College matriculation rate Located in the heart of Hamilton County 15300 Gray Road | Noblesville, IN 46062 Phone (317) 582-0120 | www.guerincatholic.org

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• Roman Catholic college preparatory school established in 2004 • Named a National Top 50 Catholic high school every year since 2007 • Enrollment of 715 students • Trimester schedule with three 12 week terms • Class of 2012 (117 students) offered more than $13 million in college scholarships • Class of 2012 had a 100% college matriculation rate • Offers Indiana Academic Honors Diploma as well as the International Baccalaureate Programme

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for all fifty-some kids behind him, a school where classmates are family. I know I’ll miss it next year, but at the same time I feel adequately prepared to move on to the next level, and not just in academics. When people hear about a “college prep” school, their first thought is that the school has the exceptional academics necessary for a student to excel at the next level. I have indeed experienced this at Guerin Catholic, particularly through the remarkable teachers and staff members and the rigor of the International Baccalaureate Program. As a college preparatory school, however, Guerin Catholic does so much more than that. My four years at Guerin Catholic have taught me what it means to be a leader, a teammate, a friend, a student and a Christian. There are so many different opportunities that I may not have been provided with at another school, such as multiple sports teams, daily mass, service projects and a variety of clubs. Through these experiences I have learned who I am as a person, and what that means as to my responsibility to the world around me. Guerin Catholic has taught me the most important things for succeeding in life with a phrase I’ll never forget: “Lead with Humility, Serve with Love, Trust in Providence.”

• 29% of class of 2012 were full IB (International Baccalaureate) Diploma candidates • Hamilton County’s only Catholic high school

15300 N. Gray Road, Noblesville www.guerincatholic.org

“Guerin Catholic fully embraces all that it means to be a loving, faith-filled school community. We want our students to know that we care about them and to help them develop a loving relationship with God. We are blessed to be able to offer this type of environment while continuing to challenge our students academically.” ~ Deacon Rick Wagner, Principal

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Unified community by Natalie Boone ‘13

By the time I was ready to enter high school, I had moved several times and attended multiple schools including home, public, and private. Being in many different environments helped me make the difficult decision when choosing a high school. Now, almost finished with my junior year, I am so thankful that I decided to attend Heritage Christian School. Heritage is known for its welcoming, tight-knit community. Not only are there smaller class sizes, but students’ lives intersect beyond class. This creates a greater depth in relationships as well as a sense of belonging. Intentional mentoring opportunities between upperclassman and underclassman help unify the student body. Teachers know me personally and many student-teacher relationships continue after graduation. Even my principal knows me well enough to be able to write a letter of recommendation for me for an internship opportunity in Florida. The faculty cares more about helping grow students individually than growing their own program.

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• Private, nondenominational Christian school founded in 1965 on 38 acre campus • Prep K – 12 college preparatory school

Heritage Christian School

Heritage pursues excellence in every area. Academically, Heritage challenges students with rigorous Honors and AP classes, consistently ranking my school in the top five SAT/ACT scores for the metro-Indianapolis area. The school incorporates the latest technology, and next year, I will be required to have an iPad as Heritage implements the new 1to1 system. Excellence also permeates extracurricular activities. Mock trial was a great experience, and every year multiple teams are sent to state competition. The fine arts department continues to grow, and groups such as the Colla Voce choir compete at the state level against large 5A schools. State championships and college scholarships for academics, music, and athletics are not uncommon. Coaches, directors, and teachers want to see their students achieve, but they also encourage personal and spiritual growth. Because of the thriving spiritual environment of Heritage, my faith in Jesus Christ has been encouraged, stretched and nurtured. Not only do we have daily indepth Bible teaching and weekly chapels, but the Christian environment permeates every class as each teacher lives an exemplary life and truly cares about the individual student. I am thankful for several teachers who have talked with me outside of class, leading and encouraging me to continually seek Christ in everything. In relationships like these, I realize how blessed I am to be able to attend Heritage Christian School. And, I am all the more excited to see what the rest of the semester and my senior year will bring.

• 1,260 total enrollment and 170 faculty and support staff • 100% 2012 graduation rate with 97% attending four year college/university, 3% attending two year college/ ministry/gap year • Class of 2012 Average GPA 3.51/4.0, SAT 1723, ACT 26 • Over $4.1 million in scholarships offered to the 2012 class • 18 IHSAA sports offered • ACSI and NCA accreditations • 100% of high school students participate in ministry and community outreach

6401 E. 75th Street, Indianapolis www.heritagechristian.net

“Heritage Christian High School is a college preparatory Christian school that seeks to balance academic rigor with spiritual nurture. With a strong history and reputation in the academic community, Heritage provides opportunities for students to grow in the areas of leadership, scholarship, athletics, fine arts and faith.” ~ Jeffrey McMaster, Principal

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AbundAnce of knowledge Neha Anand ‘13

I’ve attended Park Tudor since seventh grade. Now as a senior, I have time to reflect on all that Park Tudor has given to me. When I think of Park Tudor, I think of the abundance of knowledge I’ve gained. I’ve had the opportunity to learn three languages and I’ve taken multiple Advanced Placement courses in pretty much every subject from English and History to Computer Science. But I think more important than a list of courses is who teaches them. The teachers at Park Tudor are so passionate about their subjects and this passion allows them to actively engage students in the material they teach. I’ve learned about Roman history through deciphering Latin, the outlooks of Aristotle and Plato by comparing my own view of the

“The shared values of kindness, respect, honesty and character form the basis of the Park Tudor community. We are committed to reinforcing these values by using every opportunity – in the classroom, on the playing fields, or through the arts – to develop our students’ hearts and minds.” ~ Dr. Matthew Miller, Head of School 24


• Tudor Hall School for Girls founded in 1902 and The Brooks School for Boys founded in 1914 • Current campus opened in 1967 and with merger of two schools became Park Tudor in 1970 • Junior Kindergarten – Grade 12 private college-preparatory School • 9-1 student/teacher ratio and small class sizes • Students average the highest SAT scores in the state

Park Tudor

world, and synthesis of various chemicals by mixing concoctions of my own. Teachers at Park Tudor have not only given me a breadth of knowledge, but depth as well. In addition to the academics, there are also many extracurricular activities available at Park Tudor. I play the flute in Park Tudor’s concert band, pep band, and jazz band. I founded the UNICEF club as a freshman, partake in community service through multiple clubs, and have played both lacrosse and tennis. This is only a small portion of the vast extracurricular opportunities at Park Tudor. What’s great about these activities is that it’s so easy to join them because students who lead them are approachable and inclusive. Of course Park Tudor is superb academically and in its extracurricular offerings, but I think Park Tudor’s best asset is the people who make up its community. At Park Tudor, students are like-minded in ambition but have varying interests, which allows for exciting conversations and understanding different perspectives. This and all the great resources and opportunities I’ve pursued at Park Tudor have definitely made me a well-rounded person. I hope to apply all that I have learned and experienced after I graduate this spring.

• Signature Global Scholars Program for highly motivated juniors and seniors • More than $3 million in financial aid awarded each year • Class of 2012 offered more than $10 million in college merit scholarships • 98% of students attend one of their top three college choices

7200 N. College Avenue, Indianapolis www.parktudor.org

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A voice for students Naomi Farahan ‘15

I’ve grown up at University High School. I haven’t grown in the literal sense, but I have come to know more about myself and my passion in life. January Term helped me find my niche. During J-Term, as we call it, we take a three-week course on a subject that interests us. As a freshman, I chose a journalism class all about The New Yorker. We studied the publication, created our own magazines and traveled to New York. We visited the magazine’s headquarters and met with writers, getting a glimpse into the world of an artist. It dawned on me. University is a school full of talent and stories to be told, and we needed a voice. I shared my vision for an online publication, and

“At University, we not only prepare students to make significant contributions as college students, but we also help students live meaningful lives while they’re in high school. To do that, we listen to our students and allow them to engage in things that matter to them.” ~ Chuck Webster, Head of School 26


• Independent, coed college preparatory high school established in 2000 • Enrollment of 265 students for 2012 – 2013 • All faculty and staff serve as mentors for up to 10 students each with bi-monthly meetings • Mentors serve as advocates and liaisons between students, teachers, parents and peers • Three week January Term where students take a single course of their choosing, ranging from drumming to architecture • 15-minute Community Meeting for entire student body every day • 100% of students admitted to college • Class of 2012 (60 students) earned $7.6 million in merit scholarships for college

2825 W. 116th Street, Carmel www.universityhighschool.org

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my teachers enthusiastically backed me up. In October, we launched The U Post. Our website is a simultaneous arts magazine, media hub, sports page and online newspaper. From cartoonists doodling in the art room to basketball players dribbling on the court, The U Post strives to tell every story. These stories are especially valuable at University, a school that celebrates the way each individual identity impacts a community. Teachers encourage students to flourish and contribute. Dedication means more than getting A’s. Students work hard every day because we know we are carving out our place in the world. My place is giving people a voice, and University has helped me do just that. I take pride in knowing I made something of my vision for The U Post. At University, I have countless opportunities to better myself. This community is one that truly values and celebrates one another’s differences. We bring entirely different backgrounds to the classroom, and this diversity leads to richer growth and learning. At my school, I am encouraged to be me – an English lover, The U Post founder and a University High School Student. I would not want to be anyone, or anyplace, else.

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Eggshell Bistro

TeaBuds Brewing Co.

Grille 39 Restaurant (See ad p. 43) Kincaid’s Fish, Steak & Chop House Matt the Miller’s Tavern (See ad p. 35) MCL Cafeteria Michael’s Family Restaurant (See ad p. 41)

Continental Café St. Tropez Divvy (See ad p. 63) Sonata

Pizzology Pizzeria & Pub Puccini’s Smiling Teeth Pizza Roselli’s Pizza Tony Sacco’s Coal Oven Pizza (See ad p. 29)

Pub fare Brockway Public House Dooley O’Tooles

Mo’s - A Place For Steaks

delicatessen

Matt the Miller’s Tavern (See ad p. 35)

Mudsocks Grill

Great Harvest Bread Company

Muldoon’s

Nipper’s Grill & Tap

Harvest Fresh Market & Delicatessen (See ad p. 49)

Nipper’s Grill & Tap

PJ O’Keefe’s Ale House Soho Café & Gallery

Honeybaked Ham

Sunrise Cafe

McAlister’s Deli

Tony Sacco’s Coal Oven Pizza (See ad p. 29)

Vine & Table Gourmet Market

Shapiro’s Deli

Old Town Tavern Stacked Pickle ThreeD’s Pub & Cafe Woody’s Library Restaurant & Bar (See ad p. 39)

When Eddie Met Salad Which Wich

Greek

Woody’s Library Restaurant (See ad p. 39)

Cooking Greek

Zacky’s Hot Dogs & More (See ad p. 42)

asian

Michael’s Family Restaurant (See ad p. 41)

Indian Amber Restaurant

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A Taste of Sensu China Garden Eastern China Kings Garden Mandarin House Mark Pi Ming’s Wok

Italian

cajun/Creole Mudbugs Cajun Cafe (See ad p. 42)

Steakhouse Kincaid’s Fish, Steak & Chop House ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––

catering

Donatello’s Italian Restaurant J. Razzo’s

Woody’s Library Restaurant (See ad p. 39)

Mangia! An Italian Restaurant (See ad p. 41)

wine & Liquor 21st Amendment

Mexican Bajio Mexican Grill Cancun Mexican Restaurant La Hacienda Sonata Cafe Bar & Art

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Kincaid’s Fish, Steak & Chop House

Biaggi’s

Miyagi’s Sansui

Seafood

Classic Spirits & Liquor Hamilton Beverage Vine & Table Gourmet Market


draft picks Local Craft Beers According to historians, beer is one of the oldest beverages that humans have produced. In today’s society it’s acquired the panache of fine wine. Follow our taster’s tour to see where you can enjoy the crisp, cool flavors of favorites poured by locals in Carmel.

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boombozz

taphouse & Pizza 317.843.2666 or visit www.boombozztaphouse.com

Clockwise from top left: Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale, Six Point Bengali Tiger and Brooklyn IPA

From a refrigerated room in the kitchen straight to the bar, beer flows through pipes so that it is cooled to just the right temperature.

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317.669.8080 or visit www.brockwaypub.com

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Matt the Miller’s Tavern 317.805.1860 or visit www.mtmtavern.com

Chimay Triple Belgium Ale also available on draft

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Always busy and definitely worth the wait, Matt the Miller serves 10 out of 26 local breweries.

A Porter brewed by Thr3e Wise Men in Broadripple utilizing Hubbard & Cravens own locally roasted coffee beans

Hubbard & Cravens

For those who love their coffee, this independently owned restaurant provides that and much more with an expanded menu and selection of wine and beers.

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muldoon’s 317.571.1116 or visit www.muldoonscarmel.com

The Four Horsemen Brewery out of South Bend, Indiana serves up an English Pale Ale

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The first Irish pub to open in Carmel welcomes patrons with good food and drinks mixed with hospitality and humor.

An Osiris American Pale Ale brewed by Sun King Brewery in Indianapolis, Indiana’s second largest beer brewery

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mellow mushroom

317.846.2400 or visit www.mellowmushroom.com


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woodys

Library restaurant 317.573.4444 or visit www.woodyscarmel.com

Current and future drafts include People’s Brewing Double IPA and Fountain Square Hop for Teacher Pale Ale. Call for current selections.

Located in Carmel’s historic Carnegie building, Woodys has two drafts, ‘Turning Taps,’ dedicated to rotating seasonal and local beers from craft breweries.

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Three Ds’ Pub and Café

The Rail Splitter IPA – India Pale Ale – from Triton Brewery in Indianapolis. 317.573.9746 or visit www.threedspubandcafe.com

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Established in 1998, Woodys is an independently owned & unique eatery that occupies Carmel’s historic Andrew Carnegie Library. Wednesday thru Saturday 11am - 3am Sunday thru Tuesday 11am - midnight

Woodys’ seasonal menus offer an assortment of familiar favorites & chef features for lunch & dinner with a casual dining area, an outdoor deck & a neighborhood pub atmosphere to relax & enjoy.

40 E. Main Street ▪ Located in Carmel’s Arts & Design District ▪ 317.573.4444 Dining Options OD = Outdoor Dining CK = Casual with Kids NE = Nightlife & Entertainment BK = Breakfast BR = Brunch L = Lunch D = Dinner LNS = Late Night Service RA = Reservations Accepted C = Catering

Credit Cards accepted AE = American Express MC = Master Card V = VISA DV = Discover

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BAZBEAUX PIZZA People’s choice – Best Pizza by Indianapolis Monthly every year since 1986. Bazbeaux Pizza is famous for fresh made delectable pizzas. Located in Carmel’s Arts & Design District, where Main Street and the Monon Trail intersect. Our Carmel location features ample indoor seating, a wine bar, and a large trail side patio. Carry out and delivery are available. $$, OD, CK, NE, D, LNS, C (See ad p. 42) 111 W. Main Street (317)848-4488 www.bazbeaux.com

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A2Z CAFé Family-owned restaurant that is a great spot for a business or casual breakfast or lunch every day of the week. Forty delicious over-stuffed omelets, French toast, pancakes, hot breakfast bowls and more. Generous portions, quality food, friendly atmosphere. Free Wi-Fi. Catering. Private Parties. $$, OD, CK, B, L, D, RA, C/AE, MC, V, DV Hours: Now serving breakfast, brunch and lunch until 2 p.m. seven days a week. 4705 E. 96th Street - 96th Street & Gray Road (317)569-9349 www.a2zcafe.com


Dooley O’Tooles

317.843.9900 or visit 160 E. Carmel Drive

Be a hopstar and try American Amber Ale from Flat 12 Bierwerks located in Indianapolis

A staple restaurant for many Carmel residents, Dooley’s offers a variety of new and local craft beers.

divvy 317.706.0000 or visit www.divvycarmel.com

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Michael’s F a m i ly R e s tau r a n t

Home cooking at its best for breakfast and lunch

Carmel’s favorite for eggs benedict, pancakes, omelettes, sandwiches and Greek specialties. ––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– 840 W. Main Street, Carmel, IN 46032 (317)574-1918

boombozz pizza & taphouse At Boombozz we only have one passion, great tasting pizza. We consistently serve an exceptionally high quality product unmatched in the industry. And we combine our famous gourmet pizza with a pub style atmosphere where guests can enjoy the taste of a cold delicious bottled beer or choose from over 24 on draft including local varieties. Bring your family and friends to BoomBozz tonight for fun and great food. $-$$, OD, CK, L, D, LNS / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad p. 33) 2430 E. 146th Street (317)843-2666 www.boombozz.com

CARMEL BURGERS This locally owned casual spot serves up handpattied 100% Angus beef burgers as well as turkey and bison burgers, veggie burgers, gyros, all-beef kosher dogs, ice cream and more. Everything made to order. Beer is served. Free Wi-Fi. Carryout. Catering available for groups. $, OD, CK, L, D, C / AE, MC, V, DV Hours: Open 7 days a week 11 a.m.-9 p.m. 5790 E. Main Street - On the roundabout at Hazel Dell Parkway (317)848-5060 www.carmelburgers.com

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Pasta and Secondi dishes, most $15 to $21 Full bar with extensive wine list including 16+ wines by the glass Semi-private functions

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GRILLE 39 RESTAURANT Discover an inspired way to dine. Hotel dining has been taken to entirely new heights at Grille 39 Restaurant at the Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel. A 2008 recipient of Marriott International’s Food and Beverage Excellence Award, Chef Phil Kromer brings local cuisine to life with his own interpretation of American favorites. Here, whether relaxing in comfort by the fireplace or socializing with friends at a table, Grille 39 provides an elegant, unique, sophisticated yet casual atmosphere that inspires you to linger. BK, L, D / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad p. 43) 11925 N. Meridian Street (317)814-2550

MANGIA! AN ITALIAN RESTAURANT White tablecloth, locally owned and operated Northern Italian restaurant. Valet parking available. $$$-$$$$, OD (limited), D, RA / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad above) Carmel City Center 751 Hanover Place (317)581-1910 www.mangiaitalian.com

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Divvy is located at Carmel City Center and is a sharing plates restaurant offering a unique dining atmosphere for guests 21 and over. Divvy’s menu features contemporary American small plates focusing on a dining experience to be shared. The concept allows patrons to experience and share a variety of items by ordering multiple plates. Menu items are in the range of $5-$14 and accommodates a variety of dietary needs including vegan, gluten-free and lactose-free as well as traditional entrees. The name ‘divvy’ was chosen because of the phrase ‘divvy it up.’ Our guests enjoy the social atmosphere and the camaraderie of sharing the dining experience with their friends. $-$$, OD, CK, L, D, LNS, RA, C / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad p. 63) 71 W. City Center Drive (317)706-0000 www.divvycarmel.com

Carmel’s premier locally owned Italian restaurant since 1997


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BAZBEAUX

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Matt the Miller’s Tavern

Tony Sacco’s Coal Oven Pizza

Matt the Miller’s Tavern is a comfortable restaurant with great food, an extensive beer selection, and an impressive wine and cocktail list. We are the place to bring family and friends for good times. $$-$$$, OD, CK, BR, L, D, RA / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad p. 35) 11 W. City Center Drive (317)805-1860 www.mtmtavern.com www.facebook.com/MTMTavernCarmel Twitter: @MTMTavern

Tony Sacco’s was started by three friends whose mission was to bring back the original taste and quality of pizza the way it was made when the first pizzerias were opened in the early 1900’s. This required the use of a coal burning oven, homemade sauce, dough and fresh, hand-cut toppings. By combining years of restaurant experience and using old family recipes, they have achieved success! Everything served is prepared fresh daily using no freezers, fryers or microwave ovens. $-$$$, OD, CK, NE, L, D, / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad p. 29) Hours: Sun-Thurs 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-11 p.m. 14405 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 150 (317)574-3473 www.tonysaccos.com www.facebook.com/tonysaccos www.facebook.com/tonysaccoscarmel www.faceboo.com/tonysaccosgreenwood Twitter: @saccoscarmel Twitter: @saccosgreenwood

MELLOW MUSHROOM The most unique pizza restaurant in town. Spring water dough makes for mouth watering pizza, calzones and pretzels. Gourmet recipes like the Kosmic Karma, House Special and Thai Dye Pie sets Mellow Mushroom apart from others. Large draft beer selection and great music always on tap. Outdoor dining and TVs complete the experience. Dine-in, delivery, catering, to go. $, OD, C, L, D, LNS, RA, C / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad p. 37) 2340 E. 116th Street (317)846-2400 www.mellowmushroom.com/carmel

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Mudbugs Cajun CafE Mudbugs Cajun Cafe offers authentic and affordable Cajun food. The menu features Louisiana staples such as: po’boys, crawfish casserole, jambalaya, étouffée, hush puppies, Abita beer and seasonal crawfish boils. For dessert, pair beignets with coffee or café au lait. Located a mere block off the Monon Trail and in the heart of the Carmel Arts & Design District, Mudbugs is situated conveniently for residents and visitors alike. $, OD, CK, L, D, C / AE, MC, V, DV Hours: Mon-Thurs 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun closed 20 W. Main Street (317)843-8380 www.mudbugscajuncafe.com

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WOODY’S LIBRARY RESTAURANT & BAR Independently owned serving lunch and dinner 7 days a week. Seasonal chef choice specials. Gluten free and vegetarian menu items. Private dining and off site catering. Downstairs pub with Direct TV sports packages. $$, OD, NE, L, D, LNS, RA, C / AE, MC, V, DV (See ad p. 39) 40 E. Main Street (317)573-4444 www.woodyscarmel.com

Zacky’s hot dogs Family owned and locally operated, Zacky’s Hot Dogs brings nostalgia to you in a fun and friendly atmosphere. Serving Vienna Beef, you can enjoy your favorites; The Chicago, Cincinnati, Chili Cheese and Slaw Dog - and that’s not all! Try our Italian beef, Philly cheesesteak, veggie burgers, corn dog or sweet potato fries just to name a few. There’s a smile in every bite! $, CK, L, D / AE, MC, V, DV 1315 S. Range Line Road (317)848-5088 www.zackyshotdogs.com


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Carmel arts & Design District Stimulate your senses in the Carmel Arts & Design District. Its vibrant shops consist of interior designers, art galleries, showrooms, specialty shops and restaurants. While in the district, visit the collection of sculptures by J. Seward Johnson. His life-like sculptures have earned him the title of “The Norman Rockwell of American Sculpture.” Range Line Road and Main Street www.carmelartsanddesign.com

Carmel City Center

Monon Greenway

Experience Indiana’s exciting new landmark destination when you visit Carmel City Center, a pedestrian-oriented city within a city. Stunning architecture, entrancing water features, lush green spaces and beautiful piazzas combine to create an attractive and welcoming ambiance. It offers shopping, dining, cultural and civic programming. S. Range Line Road & City Center Drive

carmel clay public library So, you’re away from home, but you need to do a little work. Here’s the spot. Free internet access is provided. The library offers a vast array of services such as: the latest books, magazines and newspapers; computers; DVDs, videos, children’s cassettes, audio books and compact discs; resources for students, hobbyists and business men and women; summer reading programs; story time and author visits. Hours: Mon-Thurs 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri 9 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun 1 p.m.-5 p.m. 55 4th Avenue SE (317)814-3900 www.carmel.lib.in.us

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Carmel Clay Veterans Memorial

The plaza was established by the Carmel Clay Memorial Corporation to create a place to honor veterans. It proudly displays a beautiful bronze military sculpture by Indiana artist William H. Wolfe. Funds for the sculpture were raised through private donations from local businesses and individuals who purchased engraved bricks to honor loved ones. Be sure to take the time to visit and remember the many veterans who fought for our freedom. To the west of the Memorial, you can take a stroll around the city’s reflecting pool. West side of 3rd Avenue SW just south of City Center Drive www.carmel.in.gov


Central Park/ Monon Community center At 161 acres, Central Park is the largest park in Carmel featuring natural wetlands, lagoon, boardwalk, an urban-style skate park, four miles of trails that connect to the Monon Greenway, a woodland garden, beautiful groves of trees, and a variety of complimentary seasonal and special events. The Monon Community Center is a 146,000 square foot facility that offers state-of-the-art amenities that are unsurpassed anywhere in the state. The Monon Community Center features a fitness center, indoor aquatics center, gymnasium, walking/running track, banquet and meeting rooms and an outdoor aqua park. The facility hosts hundreds of recreation, fitness, aquatic, dance, art and educational programs as well as workshops and events for all ages, skill levels and interests. 1235 Central Park Drive East (317)848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

Monon GREENWAY

Main Attractions

The Indiana Design Center

Formerly, the Monon Railroad, this popular trail serves walkers, joggers, runners, bicyclists, roller bladers and nature enthusiasts. This Monon Greenway is a “rails to trails” project that runs 15.7 miles from 10th Street in Indianapolis to 146th Street in Carmel and continues into Westfield. From 96th Street to 146th Street between College Avenue and Westfield Boulevard/Range Line Road www.carmelclayparks.com

the center for the performing Arts The Center For The Performing Arts is the focal point of Carmel’s cultural and entertainment district. www.CarmelCityMagazine.com

The Indiana Design Center Discover Indiana Design Center’s showrooms, design professionals, artists and endless resources for residential and commercial interiors. The Indiana Design Center welcomes design professionals and the public. The public is welcome to shop in all first floor retail showrooms; second floor to-the-trade showrooms may be accessed with a design professional. 200 S. Range Line Road (317)569-5975 www.indianadesigncenter.com

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shopping: quick guide antiques

Dry Cleaners

Shopping Centers

Antique Emporium of Carmel (See ad p. 68)

Carmel Cleaners

Carmel Art & Design District (See ad p. 67)

Beauchamp Antiques, Inc. Bella Chic Interiors Carmel Old Town Antique Mall Midland Arts & Antiques Market

art Artisan Masterpiece, Inc. ArtSplash Gallery Coats Wright Art & Design

Classic Cleaners - 5 Carmel locations

fashion 541 Salon (See ad p. 83) Artisan Masterpiece, Inc. Bedazzling Boutique Carmel Consignment (See ad p. 51) Designer Men’s Room (See ad p. 51) In Vogue Consignment Boutique

Evan Lurie Fine Art Gallery

Mary and Martha’s Exceedingly Chic Boutique

Eye On Art Gallery

PillowTalk

Frame Designs

The District Exchange (See ad p. 51)

French Bleu Fine Art Gallery Magdalena Gallery of Art Mary Johnston Studio Gallery Soori Gallery

Carmel Florist

Carmel Old Town Shops Indiana Design Center (See ad p. 54) Old Town On The Monon Shops

specialty shops Amanda’s City-Chic Consignment (See ad p. 51) Authentic Sports Collectibles Bath Junkie (See ad p. 63) Brides of Carmel Carmel Cyclery Bicycle Shop Carmel Tattoo Ink Edible Arrangements (See ad p. 43) Great Harvest Bread Company

home decor

Harvest Fresh Market & Delicatessen (See ad p. 49)

Accent Details Consignment Studio

Honeybaked Ham

automotive

Amanda’s City Chic Consignment (See ad p. 51)

Izzy’s Place - A Dog Bakery

Abreu Motors

Artisan Masterpiece, Inc.

Jack & Jill Children’s Shoppe (See ad p. 63)

Butler Toyota

Chateau Design Centre

L’Evento Boutique: Gifts & Guidance

Dreyer & Reinbold BMW

Drapery Street (See ad p. 55)

Moody’s Butcher Shop

Dreyer & Reinbold Infiniti

Godby Home Furnishings

Nature’s Karma (See ad p. 63)

Ed Martin Acura

Holder Mattress Home Collection

Play It Again Sports

Enterprise Car Rental

J. Baker Interiors, LLC

Rise Skateboard Shop

Integrity Automotive

Jack Laurie Home Floor Designs

Simply Sweet Shoppe (See ad p. 47)

Penske Chevrolet

Kilpatrick Traditions

The Bike Line

Penske Honda

Marble Uniques

The Wedding Studio

Tom O’Brian Chrysler Dodge Jeep

O’Malias Fireplace & Outdoor Living

Uber Boutique

Tom Wood Audi (See ad p. 9)

Premier Custom Audio & Video

Tom Wood Ford (See ad p. 9)

ReStyled (See ad p. 68)

Tom Wood Jaguar (See ad p. 9)

Rich’s of Carmel

Tom Wood Land Rover (See ad p. 9)

Sherwin William Paints

The Great Frame Up Trilridge Fine Art (See ad p. 68)

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Carmel City Center (See ad p. 62)

Tom Wood Lexus (See ad p. 9) Tom Wood Nissan (See ad p. 9) Tom Wood Porsche (See ad p. 9) Tom Wood Subaru (See ad p. 9) Tom Wood Volvo (See ad p. 9) Tom Wood VW (See ad p. 9) Worldwide Motors/Mercedes

books Christian Science Reading Room

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Wine & liquor 21st Amendment Classic Spirits Hamilton Beverage

jewelerY Artisan Masterpiece, Inc. J.C. Sipe Jewelers Pierce Jewelers (See ad p. 116)

music Carmel Music Center Meridian Music Company Piano Solutions

Vine & Table Gourmet Market


Always fresh. Locally grown. Naturally healthy.

Harvest Fresh Market is a unique, family-owned marketplace that features fresh, naturally healthy foods from local family farms. Some of our offerings:

Deli: Full service deli, featuring made-from-scratch salads with no added preservatives. Apple wood smoked BBQ.

Butcher Shop: USDA Choice beef including

hand-carved steaks; flavorful roasts; fresh ground lean beef; Indiana pork and double smoked bacon; all natural, free-range chicken, humanely raised on small Amish farms.

Produce: A wide selection of fresh, locally grown, seasonal fruits and vegetable. Bakery: Hand-made baked goods and fresh baked artisan breads.

Dairy: Award winning organic milks, cheeses and farm fresh eggs.

Wine & Beer: A unique selection of domestic and

imported wines and craft beers. Try some new wines at our monthly wine tastings and cook-outs.

Party Trays & Picnic Baskets Full-Service Catering Dinners To Go: Order ahead and we’ll make a tasty

and nourishing dinner for you from family recipes, using the finest and freshest ingredients. Check out our weekly menu on-line. Reserve your dinners by 4:00pm. so we can have them ready for you to pick-up on your way home.

Located in the Village of WestClay 12770 Horseferry, Carmel (317)660-7333 Monday thru Saturday 9 am to 8 pm Sunday 10 am to 6 pm www.theharvestfreshmarket.com

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bath junkie Bath Junkie is a handmade bath and body studio. Our products include phosphate-free bubble bath, paraben and mineral-oil free moisturizers, spa tub-safe bath crystals, SLS-free gels and much more. You pick the products, scents and colors—we custom blend them for you. We also offer a line of home and pet products that can be custom fragranced. Our premium spa accessories will complete your experience. You can even host a celebration at Bath Junkie and get hands-on in building your perfect bath products. (See ad p.63) Hours: Mon-Thurs 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Fri-Sat 10 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun 12-5 p.m. Carmel City Center 741 Hanover Place (317)805-1850 www.bathjunkie.com Carmel arts & Design District Stimulate your senses in the Carmel Arts & Design District. Its vibrant shops consist of interior designers, art galleries, showrooms, specialty shops and restaurants. (See ad p.67) Range Line Road and Main Street www.carmelartsanddesign.com CARMEL City center A destination like no other in central Indiana, Carmel City Center offers the appeal of a neighborhood and the vibrancy of a downtown. It features luxurious residences, specialty retail and restaurants. (See ad p.62)

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100 City Center Drive (866)892-8990 www.carmelcitycenter.com facebook.com/CarmelCityCenter twitter.com/CarmelCityCtr www.youtube.com/CarmelCityCenter CARMEL CONSIGNMENT Women’s and junior’s name brand to designer label clothing, accesssories, handbags, shoes, fine and fashion jewelry. New arrivals daily. Follow us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/carmelconsignment. Open daily for consigning and shopping. (See ad p. 51) Hours: Mon-Wed 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thurs 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri-Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun 12-5 p.m. 13686 N. Meridian Street (317)573-4400 carmelconsignment@sbcglobal.net www.carmelconsignment.com

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designer men’s room A premier consignment shop for business attire, casual clothes, shoes, jewelry and accessories. (See ad p. 51) Hours: Mon-Wed 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thurs 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri - Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun 12-5 p.m. 720 E. 65th Street, Indianapolis (317)253-2533 info@designermensroom.com www.designermensroom.com edible arrangements Welcome to the World of Edible Arrangements. We are the creator and leader in the fresh fruit bouquet category. Our handcrafted fruit arrangements and gourmet chocolate dipped fruit bring happiness to all occasions. The very first Edible ArrangementsTM store opened in East Haven, Connecticut in 1999 and has grown to over 1,277 stores in 14 countries worldwide. Call us, visit one of our stores or shop on our website to enter our world of Edible Arrangements. Three convenient locations at 17 N. Pennsylvania Avenue, 2602 E. 62nd Street and 2001 Greyhound Pass. For a complete listing of products, visit www.ediblearrangements.com (See ad p. 43) 2001 Greyhound Pass (317)259-7794 www.ediblearrangements.com harvest fresh market & delicatessen A unique, family-owned marketplace that offers fresh, naturally healthy foods from local family farms. We strive to offer the freshest possible, locally produced fruits and vegetables, Amish raised, all natural chicken, fresh ground meats and hand-carved steaks, Indiana pork, wildcaught seafood, fresh-baked artisan breads, home-made baked goods, a full-service deli and select wines and beers. We also offer nightly Dinners to Go. Visit the Market, meet some of the farmers and artisans, share their stories, and savor the Harvest fresh difference. Always fresh. Locally grown. Naturally healthy. (See ad p. 49) Hours: Mon-Sat 9 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sun 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. 12770 Horseferry, Village of WestClay (317)660-7333 www.theharvestfreshmarket.com indiana design center Discover Indiana Design Center’s showrooms, design professionals, artists and endless resources for residential and commercial interiors. The Indiana Design Center welcomes design professionals and the public. The public is welcome to shop in all first floor retail showrooms; second floor to-the-trade showrooms may be accessed with a design professional. (See ad p. 54)


200 S. Range Line Road (317)569-5975 www.indianadesigncenter.com facebook.com/indianadesign twitter.com/indianadesign youtube.com/indianadesigncenter indianadesigncenter.com/blog Jack & Jill Children’s Shoppe

Consignment for your home. your style. your life.

Amanda’s City Chic Consignment 317.573.0061

Jack & Jill Children’s Shoppe offers a broad range of children’s apparel and baby gifts as unique as your child. We offer brands such as Mayoral, CachCach, Kate Mack, and ZaZa Couture from newborn to size 12! Visit our newest location in Carmel City Center. (See ad p. 63)

522 S. Rangeline Road, Carmel Mon - Wed: 10-6 Thurs: 10-8 Fri - Sat: 10-6 Sun: 12-5

727 Hanover Place (317)805-1880 www.jandjchild.com

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PIERCE JEWELERS Pierce Jewelers has been handcrafting jewelry originals since 1968 using the latest technology to create an eclectic mix of old and new styles. Our quality jewelry and gift items are exceeded only by our service and support. (See ad p. 116) 114 E. Carmel Drive (317)574-3333 www.piercejewelers.com SIMPLY SWEET SHOPPE Filled with classic treats and sophisticated sweets, Simply Sweet Shoppe is sure to evoke memories of your favorite neighborhood candy store. The warm, whimsical decor will delight your eyes while sparkling jars of colorful confections will entice your sweet tooth. Our inviting and eclectic cafe seating lets you savor your treats in comfort while our extensive assortment of gift and specialty items means you can share the fun and flavors with others. (See ad p. 47) 30 N. Range Line Road (317)818-YUMM(9866) www.simplysweetshoppe.com

A premier consignment shop for girls and guys clothing located in the heart of the Carmel Arts & Design District. (See ad right) Hours: Mon-Wed 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Thurs 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun 12-5 p.m. 210 E. Main Street (317)573-0012 info@thedistrictexchange.com www.thedistrictexchange.com

The District Exchange 317.573.0012

210 E. Main Street, Carmel Mon - Fri: 11-7 Sat: 10-6 Sun: 12-5

resale for guys & girls

Carmel Consignment 317.573.4400

13686 N. Meridian Street, Carmel Mon - Wed: 10-6 Thurs: 10-8 Fri - Sat: 10-6 Sun: 12-5

women’s clothing • handbags & shoes • jewelry & accessories

Designer Men’s Room 317.253.2533

720 E. 65th Street, Indianapolis Mon - Wed: 10-6 Thurs: 10-8 Fri - Sat: 10-6 Sun: 12-5

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home garden home & garden: quick guide home decor Amanda’s City Chic Consignment (See ad p. 51) Artichoke Designs Chateau Design Centre Conceptual Kitchens Drab To Fab Decorating (See ad p. 57) Drapery Street (See ad p. 55) Frame Designs Godby Home Furnishings Holder Mattress Home Collection Indiana Design Center (See ad p. 54) J. Baker Interiors, LLC Jack Laurie Home Floor Designs Kilpatrick Traditions Luxe Home Interiors

Marble Uniques O’Malias Fireplace & Outdoor Living Premier Custom Audio & Video ReStyled (See ad p. 68) Rich’s of Carmel The Emporium The Great Frame Up

equipment rental Runyon Equipment Rental (See ad p. 56)

interior design Drab To Fab Decorating (See ad p. 57)

landscaping Altum’s CLM Mulch Solutions (See ad p. 53) Rosie’s Gardens & Nursery Salsbery Brothers Landscaping, Inc. Sundown Gardens

residential remodeling Case Design/Remodeling


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Browse the area’s largest selection of full size custom & Ready to Drape panels & our Hunter Douglas Gallery to create your own unique look.

Select from over 300 gorgeous fabrics & one-of-a-kind trims to create drapes as unique as you are.

Take home full size panels to see them in your space, & rely on our designers to measure for you.

The end result? Window treatments that are stunningly perfect and uniquely yours.

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AMANDA’S CITY-CHIC CONSIGNMENT Model home furniture, estate, fine consignments of home furnishings, decor, lamps, and artwork. Open daily for shopping and consigning. New arrivals daily. Follow us on Facebook: www. facebook.com/amandascitychicconsignment. (See ad p. 51) Hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Thurs 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri - Sat 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sun 12-5 p.m. 522 S. Range Line Road (317)573-0061 info@amandascitychicconsignment.com www.amandascitychicconsignment.com

clm mulch solutions CLM Mulch Solutions is a mulch manufacturer serving residential homes offering wholesale prices direct to you with no middleman. Delivery available. All Eco-Friendly recycled materials. Our staff is knowledgeable and helpful and will help you find what you are looking for. How much mulch? See our Web site for calculator. (See ad p. 53) (317)485-4080 mulchsolutions@clmpallet.com www.clmmulchsolutions.com

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Drab to fab decorating Drab To Fab Decorating offers a new direction in interior design and home staging. We have created innovative a la carte decor services tailored to any budget and any level of assistance needed. Make sure to ask about our color consult special. (See ad p. 57) (317)213-1107 sdrabtofab@yahoo.com www.drabtofabdecorating.com

drapery street design boutique Drapery Street Design Boutique offers a beautifully curated assortment of one-of-a-kind fabrics and custom design resources to create windows as unique as you are. This creative workshop engages you in a personal design process to deliver beautiful interiors that suit each unique taste and lifestyle. As a Hunter Douglas Gallery, Drapery Street offers the highest quality and

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indiana design center Discover Indiana Design Center’s showrooms, design professionals, artists and endless resources for residential and commercial interiors. The Indiana Design Center welcomes design professionals and the public. The public is welcome to shop in all first floor retail showrooms; second floor to-the-trade showrooms may be accessed with a design professional. (See ad p. 54) Hours: Mon-Sat 8 a.m.-6 p.m.. Showroom hours vary. 200 S. Range Line Road (317)569-5975 www.indianadesigncenter.com facebook.com/indianadesign twitter.com/indianadesign youtube.com/indianadesigncenter indianadesigncenter.com/blog

ReStyled ReStyled has moved to the Carmel Arts & Design District! At ReStyled, previously loved items are transformed into beautiful, unique, versatile furniture and accessories. The old and ordinary becomes extraordinary! ReStyled is the only local supplier of Annie Sloan Chalk Paint – a wonderful paint for do-it-yourselfers. Attend a workshop and learn how you can create your own one-ofa-kind masterpiece. (See ad p. 68) Hours: Tues-Sat 9:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 21 S. Range Line Road (317)564-8001 www.restyledfurniture.com


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runyon equipment rental, inc. The new state-of-the-art facility boasts 25,000 square feet of indoor space and a yard that holds another 45,000 square feet of rental equipment in Carmel Indiana. The company has quickly reestablished its reputation as the place to go for rental equipment and tools for Contractors/Remodelers, Landscapers, Commercial Floor Specialists, Homeowners and Specialty Event Planners. (See ad p. 56) Hours: Open 7 days a week. Mon - Fri 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.; Sat 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.; Sun 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

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The Carmel City Center and Arts & Design District, combined with lures such as highly ranked public schools, meticulous streets and sidewalks and a negligible crime rate, have helped Carmel evolve from a town on the outskirts of Indianapolis into a city in its own right. Its 161 acre Central Park includes the popular Monon Greenway, a water park and fitness center which are state-of-the-art facilities. With its own symphony orchestra and community theater, not to mention a gleaming public library, art galleries and one-of-a-kind boutique shopping, Carmel is no longer just a premier suburb. It has emerged as a destination city with a hometown atmosphere where residents can live the American dream.

carmel facts & figures • Population of 81,534 • City named “The Best Place To Live in America” by Money Magazine • 6th highest per capita income in US • 58.5% of residents hold bachelor’s degree or higher • Lowest overall tax rate in the state for city this size or larger • Carmel High School has 96% graduation rate • 93% of Carmel High School students attend college • Carmel Clay Public Library is ranked 6th nationwide

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72. Visiting Angels Living Assistance Services

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74. Cottage Animal Clinic of Carmel

2. HCCVB Welcome Center

76. Seven Gables Barber and Styling Shoppe

4. Soori Gallery

77. Carmel Old Town Bed & Breakfast

5. Sonata Café Bar & Art

78. Platinum Realty

6. Mary Johnston Studio Gallery

79. Carmel Florist

7. Magdalena Gallery Of Art

85. Tickle Your Fancy

8. Pillow Talk

87. BeDazzling Boutique

9. The Wedding Studio

91. 541 Salon and Home Design

10. Artisan Masterpiece

99. PNC Bank

11. Trilidge Fine Art

102. Woody’s Library Restaurant

18. ReStyled

104. Carmel Symphony Orchestra Admin. Offices

19. Westlake Design

105. Carmel Repertory Theatre

20. Carmel Chamber of Commerce

106. The Ginkgo Tree

22. CK Designs

109. The District Exchange

23. Donatello’s Italian Restaurant

111. Wyant Fine Art Photography / Ami Gallery

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114. Carmel Clay Public Library

26. 28 Star Studio

116. Museum of Miniature Houses

27. Old Town Tavern

117. Blue House Bridal

28. Edward Jones - Kelly Hindman

118. Savvy Décor/Home Details

29. Main Street Barber Shop

120. Favorite Finds

30. Carmel Tattoo INK

122. Integrity Auto Service

32. Muldoon’s

123. Drs. Lauck & McLean

33. Joe’s Butcher Shop and Fish Market

124. The Great Frame Up

34. TeaBud’s Brewing Co.

125. Indiana Design Center

35. Mary & Martha’s Exceedingly Chic Boutique

126. Conceptual Kitchens

36. Old Town on the Monon Loft Apartments

127. Coats-Wright Art & Design Gallery

37. Auntie Em’s Frozen Custard & Cupcakes

128. Drapery Street

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41. French Bleu Fine Art Gallery

132. Computer Troubleshooters of Carmel

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133. Carmel Chiropractic Health Center

43. Shiraz Wine Experience & Art Bar

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52. World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery

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53. Carmel Old Town Antique Mall

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SECOND SATURDAY GALLERY WALK

Join us on the second Saturday of each month from 5-10 p.m. for featured exhibits in each of the galleries

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ArtSplash Gallery • Coats Wright Art & Design Evan Lurie Gallery • Eye On Art Gallery French Bleu Gallery • Magdalena Gallery Of Art Mary Johnston Studio • Soori Gallery • Trilridge Fine Art


Stimulate Your Senses! Explore The Carmel Arts & Design District

Call for an appointment today.

317.569.6448

324 W. Main Street thebeautyloungeonmain.com

Hair • Nails • Lashes •Make-up The Beauty Lounge is an intimate boutique style salon. Getting beautified should be a fun, unique experience – not an assembly line. Relax in our Party Lounge, alone or with friends. You can even host your next event in our private lounge.

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trilridge Fine art

Small upscale group shop specializing in customer service, wide variety of antiques and collectables, art of display. Located just 5 blocks south of the Arts & Design District on Range Line Road.

The Trilridge Fine Art Gallery features the photography of Terry Gentry. Depicting the profound beauty of our nation while capturing the best of nature and light is our aspiration. Large scale, limited edition acrylic images are featured. The images are of landscapes as well as cityscapes including the city of Indianapolis.

Hours: Mon-Sat 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wed till 7 p.m.; Sun 12-5 p.m. 1055 S. Range Line Road (317)844-8351/(317)408-0200

15 E. Main Street, Suite 100 (317)430-6087 www.trilridgefineart.com

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Carmel Old Town Antique Mall Located in the heart of the Carmel Arts & Design District in a 103 year old building with a colorful cityscape mural on the side. We feature 60 shops and 30 showcases in 12,000 sq. ft. Open 7 days a week 10-7 with specialty dealers featuring toys, dolls, lighting, coin-ops, ladies clothes and furs, linens, jewelry, pottery, glass, furniture, books and advertising. Celebrating 10 years in Carmel. Hours: 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

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art antiques art & antiques: quick guide antique stores

Mary Johnston Studio Gallery

Antique Emporium of Carmel (See ad p. 68)

Soori Gallery Trilridge Fine Art (See ad p. 68)

Beauchamp’s Antiques Bella Chic Interiors

Worlds Smallest Children’s Art Gallery

Carmel Old Town Antique Mall (See ad p. 68)

art associations

Midland Arts & Antiques Market

art galleries Artisan Masterpiece, Inc. ArtSplash Gallery Coats Wright Art & Design Evan Lurie Fine Art Gallery Eye On Art Gallery French Bleu Fine Art Gallery Magdalena Gallery of Art

Carmel Arts & Design District Carmel Art Gallery Associationt (See ad p. 67) Carmel Arts Council National Association of Miniature Enthusiasts

museums Museum of Miniature Houses and Other Collections, Inc.

Photograpy CW Photography (See ad p. 108) Wyant Fine Art Photography

specialty arts Carmel Tattoo Ink


february 28th - March 10th

March 8th - 17th

Steel Magnolias/Carmel Community Players. A remarkable play in many ways – particularly because it has such a tender women’s point of view despite being written by a man. Part comedy of manners and part heartfelt tearjerker, the show features non-stop witty banter. Steel Magnolias tugs at the heart while making us laugh and is much more than merely a “girl’s play.” Written By Robert Harling. Directed by Jason Gloye. Carmel Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace 14299 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 140 Hours: 8 p.m. Fridays- Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. matinees on Sundays. (317)815-9387 www.carmelplayers.org

Henry V/Carmel Repertory Theatre. Directed by Glenn Dobbs. Studio Theater at The Center For The Performing Arts 4 Center Green (317) 767-3973 www.carmelrepertorytheatre.com

March World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery Exhibit. Forest Dale Elementary School art student display. World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery 40 W. Main Street Time: Fri-Sun 2-4 p.m.; March 9th Gallery Walk, 6-8 p.m. (317)844-4989 www.carmelartscouncil.org

march 2nd Go! A Mother-Son Challenge/Carmel Clay Parks. Go! Get out of the house and prepare for an evening full of mother and son fun! Activities will include team relays, trivia, games from the TV show Minute To Win It, pizza, and more. This evening will be a night of laughter and bonding. Aunts, grandmas, and older female role models are more than welcome to attend with their little man. Pre-registration is required by Wednesday, February 27. Please register both mother and son(s). $15/person. Monon Community Center Multi-Purpose Room 1235 Central Park Drive East Hours: 5:30-8 p.m. (317)848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

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march 7th Capturing Carmel Historic Photograph Presentation/Carmel Clay Historical Society. See some of the wonderful images in the Carmel Clay Historical Society’s collection at this public event. Images from 100 years ago will show how the tiny village of Carmel used to look. Presenter Katherine Dill will discuss the importance of not only keeping and preserving these old images but also how they can help us today. See www.carmelclayhistory.org for registration information. This program has been made possible through a matching grant from Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is sponsored in part by the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Free. Carmel Clay Public Library 55 Fourth Ave. SE Across Main Street from Carmel High School Hours: 7 p.m. (317)846-7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

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march 9th IU Health North Hospital Gallery Walk/Carmel Arts & Design District. Come to the Arts District for an evening of culture, art and fun! Visit with local and visiting artists while enjoying unique refreshments at each gallery. Carmel Arts & Design District Hours: 5-10 p.m. (317)571-2787 www.carmelartsanddesign.com

march 11th Digitizing Photo Collections Workshop/Carmel Clay Historical Society. Get step-by-step instruction for how to scan photographs to get the best possible results. Find out how to enter photographs into your PastPerfect Museum Software and learn how other organizations have incorporated digital initiatives into their missions at both the local and state levels. Presented by John Harris, Joan Hostetler, Cinda May of Indiana State University, Stewart Lauterbach of the Howard County Historical Society, and Connie Rendfeld of the Indiana State Library. See www.carmelclayhistory.org for registration information. This program has been made possible through a matching grant from Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is sponsored in part by the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau. $35. Lunch included. Carmel Clay Public Library 55 Fourth Ave. SE Across Main Street from Carmel High School Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. (317)846-7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

march 23rd Care and ID of Family Photos Workshop/Carmel Clay Historical Society. Participants will learn how to identify, date, and preserve family photos. This workshop will be valuable for those working with church or organizational photos. Participants may bring mystery or problem images. See www.carmelclayhistory.org for registration information. This program has been made possible through a matching grant from Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is sponsored in part by the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Free. Carmel Clay Public Library 55 Fourth Ave. SE Across Main Street from Carmel High School Hours: 9 a.m.-noon (317)846-7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

march 23rd Spring Fever/Carmel Clay Parks. Spring has sprung and the birds are chirping. Bring your kite, Easter basket, and binoculars out to West Park for an afternoon of fun. Activities


will include kite flying, Easter egg hunt, a spring craft, bird watching, and music! Check our website for event schedule. $5/ person pre-registration is encouraged to avoid lines and the $8 day-of fee. West Park Field 2700 W. 116th Street Hours: 11 a.m.-2 p.m. (317)848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

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march 25th Winter Kids Koncert/Carmel Clay Parks. Dig your way out of the snow and join other parents and kids for our Winter Kids Koncerts featuring Mik the Music Man. An enriching and engaging experience for young children ages 2-5. Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East Hours: 10-11 a.m. (317)848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

April World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery Exhibit. Cherry Tree Elementary School art student display. World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery 40 W. Main Street Time: Fri-Sun 2-4 p.m.; April 13th Gallery Walk, 6-8 p.m. (317)844-4989 www.carmelartscouncil.org IU Health North Hospital Gallery Walk

April 5th & 6th Under The Big Top/Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre. This full-length ballet, based on a traveling Gypsy Circus and its larger-than-life characters, is both jubilant and melancholy. All the things you love about the circus: the colors, the performers, the music, the spectacle, and even the sideshow, are all presented in GHDT’s inimitable and entertaining style! Experience the story of the charming “backyard girl” who dreams of becoming so much more. A beautiful glimpse into the world of the Gypsy Circus. The Tarkington at The Center For The Performing Arts 3 Center Green Performances: 7 p.m. Tickets: (317)843-3800 www.gregoryhancockdancetheatre.org

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Preserving Digital Photography/Carmel Clay Historical Society. Discover the basics of preserving digital family photographs. The workshop includes marking the correct technical choices when scanning old photos, selecting equipment, and the pros and cons of digital storage devices and cloud back-up storage. See www.carmelclayhistory.org for registration information. This program has been made possible through a matching grant from Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities. It is sponsored in part by the Hamilton County Convention and Visitors Bureau. Free. Carmel Clay Public Library 55 Fourth Ave. SE Across Main Street from Carmel High School Hours: 9 a.m.-11:30 a.m. (317)846-7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

april 13th IU Health North Hospital Gallery Walk/Carmel Arts & Design District. Come to the Arts District for an evening of culture, art and fun! Visit with local and visiting artists while enjoying unique refreshments at each gallery. Carmel Arts & Design District Hours: 5-10 p.m. (317)571-2787 www.carmelartsanddesign.com

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Drive In Movie Date Night/Carmel Clay Parks. Hop in your car and join us at West Park for our first drive-in movie theater night. The feature presentation is Crazy, Stupid, Love (PG-13) starring Steve Carell, Ryan Gosling, Emma Stone, and Julianne Moore. Drinks and food will be available to purchase as you watch a movie under the stars or inside your car. In case of wet grounds, the movie will be shown in the University High School Parking Lot. *Space is limited, so pre-registration (per car) is required by Wednesday, April 10. Free event. West Park 2700 W. 116th Street Hours: 8:30-10:30 p.m. (317)848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

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april 14th Carmel’s Antique Appraisal/Carmel Clay Historical Society. Discover some of the secrets your old heirlooms hold at the Carmel antique appraisal. In the spirit of the hit PBS television show Antiques Roadshow, local antique dealer Peg Durrer and others will provide general historical information about the pieces participants bring in. There may be a rare quilt, a fascinating chair or a centuries-old dish hiding away in your cupboard. Bring them to this program and find out just what you have. (This program is intended for entertainment purposes only; appraisals are not for insurance purposes.) $5 per appraisal. Carmel Christian Church 463 E. Main Street Hours: 2 p.m. (317)846-7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

April 19th Earth Day Celebration/Carmel Clay Parks. Join us for a family-friendly afternoon with entertainment provided by the Clang Interactive Percussion Duo. Come and enjoy educational games, crafts, and more! The Earth Day Celebration is great for kids and adults of all ages. Free event. Founders Park 11675 Hazel Dell Parkway Hours: 3-7 p.m. (317)848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

april 19th - may 5th Father of The Bride/Carmel Repertory Theatre. Directed by Jonathan Horton. Studio Theater at The Center For The Performing Arts 4 Center Green (317) 767-3973 www.carmelrepertorytheatre.com

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April 20th The 3rd Annual Carmel Marathon Weekend. A marathon, half marathon presented by Runners Forum, marathon relay, Key Bank 8k and the St. Vincent Carmel 1-Mile Family Fitness walk in Carmel, Indiana (north suburb of Indianapolis). All races will utilize the same start and finish line perfect for family and friends to send them off and cheer the finish. All will enjoy post race music in the Center Green, a beautiful grassy area to stretch your legs and relax. Carmel City Center City Center Drive & 3rd Avenue SW Hours: 6:45 a.m. www.carmelmarathon.com

april 26th-28th Friends of the Carmel Clay Public Library Spring Book Sale. Prices range from $0.25 to $3.00 and cash, checks, Visa & Mastercard are accepted. The Friends Library Bookstore will be open throughout the sale. All proceeds directly benefit the Carmel Clay Public Library. Friends Only Night: Thursday, April 25, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. (New memberships and renewals accepted at the door) Friday, April 26: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.

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Saturday, April 27: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Sunday, April 28 (Bag Day): 1:00 - 5:00 p.m. - Fill a grocery sack (provided) for only $8.00 a bag! Carmel Clay Public Library 55 Fourth Avenue SE Across Main Street from Carmel High School (317)571-4292 www.carmel.lib.in.us

april 26th - may 11th Into The Woods/Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre. The Tarkington at The Center For The Performing Arts 3 Center Green (317)923-4597 for tickets www.civictheatre.org

april 27th All-You-Can-Eat Spring Pancake Breakfast/ Carmel Lions Club. 100% of the money raised goes to support local, state and international charities. At all our events we collect used glasses and hearing aids. Carmel Lions Clubhouse 141 E. Main Street Hours: 7-11 a.m. www.carmellions.org

april 29th Winter Kids Koncert/Carmel Clay Parks. Dig your way out of the snow and join other parents and kids for our Winter Kids Koncerts featuring Stacia Demos. An enriching and engaging experience for young children ages 2-5. Monon Community Center 1235 Central Park Drive East Hours: 10-11 a.m. (317)848-7275 www.carmelclayparks.com

May World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery Exhibit. Mohawk Trails Elementary School art student display. World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery 40 W. Main Street Time: Fri-Sun 2-4 p.m.; May 11th Gallery Walk, 6-8 p.m. (317)844-4989 www.carmelartscouncil.org

May 2nd CCHS Spring Tea: Aprons Have a Historic Past/ Carmel Clay Historical Society. Grab your grandmother’s old kitchen apron and bring it along to the CCHS Spring Tea. Esther Duncan of Veedersburg will present “Aprons Have a Historic Past” at this year’s spring fundraiser. Duncan will share a unique look at the history of women’s role in society though history, using aprons to tell that story. She traces their use and meaning from the earliest recorded use through the 1960s, when their use dropped significantly with the advent of the Woman’s Movement. Samples on display include aprons from as far back as the 1830s – the very decade the town of Bethlehem (now Carmel) was founded. The CCHS will have on display some of its very own historic aprons. Those who attend the tea are invited to bring aprons of their own. Duncan will fabric date the aprons and share some history about them with


the audience. Visit www.carmelclayhistory.org for registration information. The Bridgewater Club 3535 E. 161st Street, Westfield Hours: 2 p.m. (317)846-7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

May 2nd - 12th The Little Foxes/Carmel Community Players. This family drama focuses on Southerner Regina Hubbard Giddens, who struggles for wealth and freedom within the confines of an early 20th century society where a father considered only sons as legal heirs. As a result, her avaricious brothers Benjamin and Oscar are independently wealthy, while she must rely upon her sickly, wheelchair-using husband Horace for financial support. Written by Lillian Hellman. Directed by Brent Wooldridge. Community Playhouse at Clay Terrace 14299 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 140 Hours: 8:00 p.m. Fridays- Saturdays; 2:30 p.m. matinees on Sundays. (317)815-9387 www.carmelplayers.org

May 10th - June 9th My Way: A Musical Tribute To Frank Sinatra/ Actors Theatre of Indiana. Swing to the tunes of the “Chairman of the Board” himself, Frank Sinatra! Sweeping audiences off their feet all across the country, this celebration of man and music is packed with Ol’ Blue Eyes’ biggest hits including: “I Only Have Eyes for You”, “Strangers in the Night”, “That Old Black Magic”, “Fly Me to the Moon”, “I’ve Got You Under My Skin” and of course “My Way”. A guaranteed crowd pleaser, My Way will stir nostalgic memories and win over new generations of Sinatra fans. Studio Theater at The Center For The Performing Arts 4 Center Green Times: Thurs 7:30 p.m., Fri-Sat 8:00 p.m., Sun 2:00 p.m. Box Office: (317)843-3800 www.actorstheatreofindiana.org

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May 19th - October 27th every saturday Carmel Farmers Market. One of the City’s most popular events is the Carmel Farmers Market. Neighbors enjoy socializing while strolling through the market to purchase fresh produce, baked and canned goods, flowers, and more from local vendors. Live music also adds to the pleasant atmosphere of the market. Firehouse cookoffs, a Veggie Art Contest, and cooking demonstrations are planned throughout the summer. Village Green at Carmel City Center Hours: 8-11:30 a.m. www.carmelfarmersmarket.com

May 24th City of Carmel’s Memorial Day Ceremony. To remember those who have served our country. The public is invited to attend. Light refreshments provided. Carmel Clay Veterans Memorial Plaza in City Center Located near the SW corner of Third Avenue SW and City Center Drive Hours: 9 a.m. www.carmel.in.gov

Additional events can be found on the community calendar on the city web site www.carmel.in.gov

May 10th - 19th G2 In Concert/Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre. G2, the remarkable pre-professional company of GHDT, is pleased to present their annual signature concert at The Academy of GHDT in Carmel, Indiana. These talented young dancers, often seen in the corps of the professional GHDT concerts, are excited to once again “take the stage” on their own! Performing pieces from GHDT’s professional repertoire and world premiere works, the dancers of G2 will thrill you with their strength, skill and vibrancy. A special evening of up-close, energetic dance you will not want to miss. The Academy of Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre 329 Gradle Drive Hours: 7 p.m.; Sunday matinees at 2:00 p.m. Reservations required: (317)844-2660 www.gregoryhancockdancetheatre.org

May 11th IU Health North Hospital Gallery Walk/Carmel Arts & Design District. Come to the Arts District for an evening of culture, art and fun! Visit with local and visiting artists while enjoying unique refreshments at each gallery. Carmel Arts & Design District

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In May 2012 Margaret TerBush received a phone call from the LOS ANGELES TIMES. The conversation, she said, was mercifully short, so the self-described ‘screamer’ didn’t have time to emote. “We’d like to include Bob’s Booger in our recommended summer reading, which is also known as ‘The Big List.’ Look for it in a few weeks. Thank you, good-bye.” HEL-LO! Did she say the LA TIMES??? And thus a success story for two local artists was launched.

Bob’s Booger (you gotta love the title) is the name of a children’s book written by Scott Black and illustrated by Margaret for the four to ten year old age group. It tells the story of Bob, who is having one of those days when

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“he’s not feeling well, but his mom makes him go to school anyway. Even worse, Bob must deliver homework to his best friend, Joe, who gets to stay home.” And, oh, “everyone seems to be staring at him…for some reason.” Composed in rhyme with eye-popping graphics, Bob’s Booger is sensational to look at and fun for both kids and adults to read. Just released in August 2012, you can find it at Barnes and Nobles and Kits & Kaboodle, as well as on iTunes and soon The Nook and Kindle. How did Scott and Margaret pull off such an artistic and marketing coup? It turns out that talent plus persistence pays off no matter what obstacles exist in the publishing world. The odyssey began over five years ago at Scott’s home in Fishers. “I’d always liked reading to my twins and wanted to write something the whole family would enjoy. Though my educational background at IU was in speech and theater, I’ve been inspired by a range of media, one example being ‘A Boy Named Sue’ by Johnny Cash.” Currently Scott teaches speech and debate to grades 9 – 12 at Warren Central

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High School, so he is totally with it when it comes to relating to kids. “Gross is in with children, which makes it a great way to sneak in lessons about friendship and honesty. I started penning Bob’s Booger in my spare time in ‘07, usually on a Sunday afternoon or late at night when everyone was asleep.” Margaret received the manuscript from Scott two years later. They’d been longtime friends, and as a stay-at-home mom in Carmel, Margaret was ready to take on the challenge of illustrating Bob’s Booger. “First I created sketches to fit the composition. Then I did cartoons for each page, which were more refined drawings. Finally I had to select the medium, which proved to be the most difficult decision. It was Scott who suggested ‘cut paper collages.’ My first attempt was the composition on page 7. Page 12 turned out to be the most complex and took 12 hours to complete (both shown above).


After three years all the illustrations were finished and ready to be photographed.” When Brinkman Press on 54th and Keystone began producing the book in November, 2011, Scott and Margaret founded Broccoli Press. The name ‘broccoli’ was formed by taking its consonants from the names of their five children. With hard copies finally in hand, they initiated the arduous process of marketing Bob’s Booger. According to Scott, “The picture book niche is highly competitive in the publishing world. Critics like to review submissions three to four months ahead of their release date, so we immediately began mailing copies across the country to institutions like the Children’s Corner with the CHICAGO TRIBUNE and all major publications as well as newspapers. Then it was sit back and wait.”

friends and kids graced with more athletic ability for his class kickball team. It conveys a soft anti-bullying message with its whimsical rhymes, and is sure to charm both young and old. And should you happen to look up the LA TIMES’ summer reading list from May 2012, where will you find Bob’s Booger? Not in the children’s section at all. Go to ‘quirky’ picks, where it appears right beside Zombie Tarot Cards. Hey, Scott and Margaret are happy, Carmel is proud and across the country their many fans are entertained.

Bob’s Booger by Scott Black Illustrated by Margaret TerBush www.broccolipress.com

The author and illustrator have already moved on, however, with a second book in the Bob & Joe series called Joe’s Jam. It explores another socially awkward situation with Joe having to choose between good

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I’m Wayne. I have a different idea. Your dental health goes far beyond the basic condition of your teeth. The connection between health and dentistry is significant—from migraines to heart disease, diabetes to strokes, the health of your mouth impacts the health of your whole body. That’s why I built a comprehensive practice that balances compassion and trust with cutting-edge technology and craftsmanship. We provide a wide range of care, including regular check-ups, cleanings and maintenance. However, with options like IV sedation and 3D imagery, we also offer a sophisticated menu of services like same-day crowns and laser-assisted fillings and root canals, as well as complicated cosmetic restoration. We coordinate diagnoses and treatments with your other physicians, when needed, to make sure you get the best possible care. We believe in educating our patients about the dental component so vital to your overall health. Now that’s a different idea. And a better one. Call us at (317) 575-1120. Let’s talk. www.keystonedentistry.com


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Nobody puts stars on the calendar when it’s time to visit the dentist. At least that’s the way it used to be before dentistry evolved into the kinder, gentler science practiced today. Wayne Kinney, DDS, embodies this 21st century approach, which is guaranteed to win a smile from even the most reluctant patient. He recently took time to explain how the business of caring for your teeth has changed so remarkably. “Dentists initially personified the wild west of medicine, with barbers on Main Street dispensing liberal doses of whiskey and wielding tools of torture. Now we’re in the main stream since the health of your mouth has been definitively linked to overall well-being. Today, we know that when your body fights chronic infection that is common in the mouth, it leads to inflammation. This sets off chemicals that have been linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes and even low birth weight babies.

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What about the medical advances he’s seen over the last 30 years? “I started placing dental implants back in 1987 and they are now a common part of my practice. Today, we’re able to build up lost bone so that almost anybody can get them. They have virtually antiquated bridges and partials. Also, X-rays are digital now as opposed to film and deliver one-fourth the amount of radiation. CAD-CAM technology is used in the dental office to enable conveniences such as one-visit crowns with customized fitting. No more temporary crowns! Furthermore, we now understand how headaches and migraines can be significantly affected by accurately adjusting bites using computers, cold laser and ultrasound. Today, there’s no reason for anyone to live in pain or lack confidence due to an improper bite or dental disease or missing teeth. Modern dentistry and medicine have integrated to allow everyone a better quality of life.”

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Fishers 11845 N. Allisonville Road, Suite 300 Fishers, IN 46038 Phone: 317.585.9295

Cottage animal clinic of carmel At the Cottage Animal Clinic of Carmel, we are devoted to providing the highest standard of personalized care in a comfortable, home-like setting. Our team of highly skilled, compassionate professionals is ready and able to assist you and your pet with all of your veterinary needs, offering excellent care and superior service. We are a full service veterinary care facility providing a wide range of animal healthcare services for our patients, which include dogs, cats, pocket pets, and exotics. Our goal is to work with you to help your pet enjoy a long, happy and healthy life. FREE exam for all new patients. Hours: Mon-Fri 7 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sat 9 a.m.-1 p.m. 420 North Range Line Road (317)249-8085 www.carmelanimalclinic.com There’s No Place Like Home We provide tender loving care pet sitting. Servicing Carmel for over 20 years. We help your pets feel safe and comfortable in their home while you’re away. Check us out on Angie’s List. Our Services Include - but are not limited to walking your pet(s), feeding and picking up after them, brushing and playing with them, administering medication, crime preventive services, watering plants, and spending quality time with your pet(s). Bonded, insured and references. 634 Ash Drive (317)845-4140 www.alawebpages.com/od/TNPLH


Pet care pet care: quick guide pet boarders & Daycare Best Friends Pet Care Camp Bow Wow Companion Animal Medical Center Doggie Daycare & Spa

pet groomers Best Friends Pet Care Camp Bow Wow Companion Animal Medical Center

pet shops Izzy’s Place - A Dog Bakery

Pet sitters & Walkers There’s No Place Like Home (See ad p. 84)

Veterinarians Companion Animal Medical Center Cottage Animal Clinic of Carmel (See ad p. 84) Hazel Dell Animal Hospital


fitness recreation fitness & recreation: quick guide Fitness

Recreation

Anytime Fitness Better Bodies, Inc. Carmel Total Fitness Fit Body Studio Monon Community Center Pure Barre (See ad p. 88) Reforming Indy Pilates Studio The Next Step Fitness

Carmel Ice Skadium (See ad p. 88) Carmel Racquet Club Five Seasons Sports Club

golf Brookshire Golf Club (See ad p. 87) Mohawk Hills Golf Club Plum Creek Golf Club Prairie View Golf Club Sunrise Golf Club Woodland Country Club


Golf Digest’s Best Places to Play 2008-2009 Hamilton County’s BEST Golf Value The City of Carmel’s Own Brookshire Golf Course offers an exciting golf experience for beginners and seasoned golfers alike. The 18 Championship holes are accented by gently rolling terrain, and stately mature trees. Picturesque Cool Creek winds its way through a majority of the layout.

Spring Rates starting April 15th

FOR 18 HOLES Before Noon ~ $32 Noon to Close ~ $27 Includes Golf Cart

summer rates start May 18th

Visit www.BrookshireGolf.com for details.

Book Tee Times online at www.brookshiregolf.com or call 317-846-7431. Follow us on Twitter @brookshiregc


fitness & recreation

Carey grove Park Break out your walking shoes and learn about plants in this quiet neighborhood park. Open greenspace, playground, single goal basketball court, soccer field, baseball diamond, interpretive trails, paved trails, and picnic shelter. 14001 N. Carey Road

central Park At 161 acres, Central Park is the largest park in Carmel featuring natural wetlands, lagoon, boardwalk, an urban-style skate park, four miles of trails that connect to the Monon Greenway, a woodland garden, beautiful groves of trees, and a variety of complimentary seasonal and special events. 1235 Central Park Drive East

The fastest, most effective way to change the shape of your body using small isometric movements at the ballet barre.

first class is free check out website for class schedule and rates www.purebarre.com/carmel 726 Adams Street, Stuite130 • 317.816.1261

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BROOKSHIRE GOLF CLUB The City of Carmel’s own Brookshire Golf Course offers an exciting golf experience for beginners and seasoned golfers alike. All year long Brookshire’s value tee time rates are between 12 and 4. Tuesdays, ladies can play 18 holes for the price of 9 and Wednesdays are senior day. Brookshire also has a banquet facility perfect for receptions and parties. Please visit www.brookshiregolf.com for golf rates and banquet information. (See ad p. 87) 12120 Brookshire Golf Club (317)846-7431 www.brookshiregolf.com CARMEL ICE SKADIUM Visit the Zotec Partners Carmel Ice Skadium for family fun. We offer public and cosmic skating, learn to skate classes, youth and adult hockey, birthday parties and much more. For more information on our schedule or programs go to our web site or call. Come see us at the coolest place in town and have an ice day. Zotec Partners Carmel Ice Skadium 1040 3rd Avenue SW (317)844-8889 www.carmeliceskadium.com pure Barre Pure Barre is a total body workout that lifts your seat, tones your thighs, abs and arms, and burns fat in record breaking time. Using the ballet barre to perform small isometric movements set to motivating music, Pure Barre is the fastest, most effective, yet safest way to change your body. Clients see results after just 10 classes. Visit purebarre.com/IN-carmel/index.html for class schedule and pricing. First class is free. (See ad above) 726 Adams Street, Suite #130 (317) 816-1261 www.purebarre.com/IN-carmel

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Coxhall Gardens A modern 125-acre Hamilton County park that includes the elegant centerpiece twin 90-feet bell towers, recreation lake, a childrens garden, sun dial and Tiki huts. The centerpiece is available for rental for weddings reunions and special gatherings. 2000 W. 116th Street

Flowing well Park People come from far and wide to fill their jugs with water from this artesian well. Natural areas on 18 acres, open space, 1.5 mile walking trail, wetlands, interpretive signage, picnic shelter and access to Cool Creek. 5100 E. 116th Street

founder’s Park Martin Marietta donated this 37-acre park site. The name, Founder’s Park, was selected to honor those people who had the vision to make Carmel what it is today. 11675 Hazel Dell Parkway

Cox Hall Gardens


Carmel Parks

hazel landing Park Plan to bring your canoe and launch it from the banks of the White River. Find a beautiful, primitive natural setting under mature trees lining the shore. Fishing, open greenspace and picnic area. 10601 Hazel Dell Parkway

Japanese style garden A serene park that brings together nature inspired elements associated with Japanese gardens. Koi fish swim in the large pond where children and parents can watch the wildlife. A beautiful garden path, a cove with crane and lantern sculptures, benches, pond edge boulder groupings and lush weeping willow vistas. Just south of Carmel City Hall and accessible from the Monon Trail.

Lawrence W. Inlow Park Grab your swimsuit and prepare to get wet at Inlow’s interactive fountain at this award winning park. Discover tree-house play structures tucked into the woods or relax in the lush garden. Open greenspace, playground, nature trail, paved trail and picnic shelter. 6310 E. Main Street Meadlowlark Park

Lenape trace park Fly a kite in the wide-open spaces, then hike the connecting trail to the Monon Greenway. Playground, paved trail and picnic shelter. 9602 Westfield Boulevard

Meadowlark park Make time for a quick pick up game of basketball or practice your soccer skills in the large open fields. Take off your shoes, dangle your toes in the pond, and enjoy quiet serenity right in the heart of Old Town Carmel. Fishing, playground, paved trails and picnic shelter. 450 Meadow Lane

monon Greenway

From 96th Street to 146th Street between College Avenue and Westfield Boulevard

Roll your wheelchair up the ramp at Everybody’s Playground - a special playground for the physically challenged. Bring your family and a picnic lunch to the summer “Kid Koncerts” at the outdoor amphitheater. Adjacent to White River. Sand volleyball, fishing, open greenspace and natural trail. 11813 River Road

West park Crawl through a gopher tunnel or slide out of a silo. Let your child’s imagination run wild in acres of farm theme family fun. Hike through the woods or play a game of checkers in the Prairie Maze. Water feature, open greenspace, soccer field, interpretive trail, paved trail and picnic shelter. 2700 W. 116th Street

prairie meadow park

White river greenway

Walk, hike or bike through this neighborhood wildflower extravaganza. You will find a protected wellhead and five acres of blooming native Indiana fun. Paved trail.

Take the kids or the dog to enjoy miles of paved trail winding through the White River corridor. Relish the natural beauty of the mature trees bordering the mighty White River. Take time to relax at the scenic overlooks.

5282 Ivy Hill Drive

13410 River Road

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Bike with the family, roller blade with friends, walk for health or stop by a cafe for a snack. When the snow falls, try cross-country skiing!

river heritage park


professional services professional services: quick guide Accounting & tax services

Computer Services

ACT Services, Inc. (See ad p. 92)

Computer Troubleshooters of Carmel (See ad p. 92)

Airports

dry cleaners

Indianapolis Executive Airport

attorney at law Campbell Kyle Proffitt LLC (See ad p. 91) Curtis J. Butcher Law Hollingsworth & Zivitz, P.C. (See ad p. 5) Jeffrey O. Meunlier Knowles & Associates P.C. (See ad p. 92) Thompson Law Office (See ad p. 93)

banks The National Bank of Indianapolis (See ad p. 7)

Carmel Cleaners Classic Cleaners - 5 Carmel locations

Financial & Estate Planning Diamond Capital Management (See ad p. 12) Kelly Hindman, CFP速/Edward Jones (See ad p. 93)

Marketing/internet Services Alpha Graphics Printing & Direct Mail Blaze Communications

Photographers CW Photography (See ad p. 108) Wyant Fine Art Photography

schools Brebeuf Jesuit Preparatory School (See ad p. 12) Cathedral High School (See ad p. 10)

Shepherd Insurance (See ad p. 114)

St. Theodore Guerin High School (See ad p. 20)

Insurance

web site designers

Shepherd Insurance (See ad p. 114) State Farm Insurance/Teresa Chapman

Westlake Web Site Design

travel agencies Travel Leaders


TRUSTED. SKILLED. DEDICATED.

L OCAL. Campbell Kyle Proffitt is more than an experienced team of trial lawyers and negotiators. We’ve also been an integral part of the Hamilton County community since 1915. If you’re looking for a law firm with a history of providing sound legal solutions to businesses and individuals in this community, you’re looking for us.

Family Law Civil Litigation Probate Litigation Criminal Law Business Litigation Personal Injury Corporations Real Estate Estate Planning

317.846.6514 Carmel 317.773.2090 Noblesville

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professional services

ACT Services, Inc. Your one source for accounting, consulting and tax services.

• Individual and business income tax • Tax planning • Complete business cycle consulting • Accounting, payroll and financial statements • QuickBooks training

Tina L. Moe, CPA

(317)280-2277 • tina@actservices-inc.com act services, Inc. A full service CPA firm catering to the small to midsize company, as well as the startup business. Our experienced staff will assist you in developing strategies to respond to your business challenges from inception and beyond. We provide a wide range of services, including accounting, tax reporting and planning for both individuals and businesses, payroll and software implementation and training. We work hard to earn and maintain our clients’ trust and confidence and take pride in our excellent customer service. Our values determine how we treat our customers and each other. Achieving business excellence starts with developing the right relationships. (See ad above) 600 E. Carmel Drive, Suite 156 (317)280-2277 www.actservices-inc.com

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diamond capital management Diamond Capital Management offers fee-only portfolio management services for individuals and institutions with $500,000 or more to invest. With over $1 billion under investment, Diamond Capital Management creates customized portfolios of individual equities or fixed income quality investments to fit specific objectives of growth, income, etc. Our staff has rich experience, with each of our professionals averaging over 20 years in helping clients reach their investment goals. Diamond Capital Management provides both proven expertise and uncommon service. (See ad p. 12) (317)261-1900 www.dmdcap.com

William W. Knowles

Protecting you through:

• Estate Planning

• Living Trusts and Wills

• Probate Administration

• Business Formation

• Litigation

• Civil Trials and Appeals 811 S. Range Line Road, Carmel, IN (317) 848-4360

www.Knowles-Associates.com the highest level of legal services. Practice areas: Family Law, Civil Litigation, Probate Litigation, Personal Injury, Business Litigation, Estate Planning, Corporations, Estates and Trusts, Real Estate. (See ad p. 91) 11595 N. Meridian Street, Suite 701 Carmel: (317)846-6514 Noblesville: (317)773-2090 www.ckplaw.com

computer Troubleshooters Computer services center specializing in business and residential PC & Mac repair, maintenance and sales, including hardware/software, Internet, networking, and security solutions. Visit our retail and service center for your next computer diagnosis, repair or purchase! Hours: M-F 9-6, Sat. 10-3 316 S. Rangeline Rd., Suite C (317) 867-0900 www.CTCarmel.com

Campbell Kyle Proffitt LLP At Campbell Kyle Proffitt, we know something about great performance. We’ve been providing legal solutions to businesses and individuals since 1915, and we continue to pride ourselves on building and maintaining relationships based on trust, candid advice and an appreciation for each client’s unique concerns. Our clients come from all walks of life, and they all benefit from

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HOLLINGSWORTH & ZIVITZ, P.C. Hollingsworth & Zivitz, P.C. is dedicated to providing its clients with high quality and costeffective legal representation. The firm has established itself as a leader in assisting clients with all types of family law issues, including matters involving divorce, child custody, child support, estate planning and education. To


Two Penn Mark 11555 N. Meridian Street, Suite 530 (317)569.2200 www.hzlegal.com

Kelly Hindman, CFP®/Edward Jones When it comes to your financial future, it’s important to work with someone who takes time to understand you and your situation. We take a stepby-step approach to identify your goals and help develop specific strategies to help you achieve them. Contact me today to see how personal service can make a difference. 39 W. Main Street (317)843-2455 www.edwardjones.com/en_US/fa/index. html&CIRN=313718

KNOWLES & ASSOCIATES P.C. This firm, with three attorneys, welcomes your questions as many people aren’t sure when to get legal advice. New Indiana residents should have existing estate planning and business documents reviewed under Indiana law. (See ad p. 92) 811 S. Range Line Road (317)848-4360 www.knowles-associates.com

Shepherd Insurance Shepherd Insurance specializes in both commercial and personal insurance, employee benefits and financial products. Our exclusive carrier partnerships help ensure that we continue to offer impeccable customer service and competitive solutions to each of our valued clients. (See ad p. 114) 111 Congressional Boulevard, Suite 100 (317)846-5554 www.shepherdins.com facebook.com/shepherdins shepherdinsuranceblog.com Places: http://maps.google.com/ maps?hl=en&tab=el

THOMPSON LAW OFFICE

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speak with a Hollingsworth & Zivitz attorney, call 317.569.2200. (See ad p. 5)

Andrew J. Thompson brings 23 years professional experience as a former Trust Officer, tax adviser, business consultant and attorney, to his new office on Main Street in Carmel. The Thompson Law Office proves legal services for business and family needs including real estate, wills and trusts, divorce, custody and support, agreements and contracts of every kind, courtroom and trial representation. 216 W. Main Street (317)564-4976 www.thompsonlaw-in.com

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real estate services real estate services: quick guide Apartments Alexandria of Carmel Carmel Center Carmel Landing of Westfield Carmel Woods Apartments Governors Square

The Village on Spring Mill Twin Lakes Apartments Wentworth at West Clay Apartments and Condominiums Woodland Springs Manor

Real estate companies AM Real Estate Brenwick Realty Team Keller Williams Carpenter Realtors

Legacy Townhomes & Flats

New Home communities

Mainstreet on the Monon Apartments

Inglenook of Carmel

Coldwell Banker Kaiser

Ryland Homes

ERA Real Estate Links

Lakes of Carmel

Mohawk Hills Apartments North Haven of Carmel Apartments Old Town on the Monon Loft Apartments One One Six Apartments Park Lane Apartments & Townhouses Providence At Old Meridian Rose Walk on Main Sophia Square The Residences at Carmel City Center

Century 21 Rasmussen, Co., Inc. Century 21 Scheetz

F. C. Tucker Company, Inc.

office space Carmel Office Suites (Yeager Properties) (See ad p. 11)

real estate agents

Prudential Allen Realtors RE/MAX Ability Plus

senior living Carmel Health & Living

Joe M. Kempler, RE/MAX Ability Plus (See ad p. 96)

CrownPointe of Carmel

Stacia Heinrich, Century 21 Scheetz (See ad p. 95)

RoseWalk on Main

Stephanie Kirk, F.C. Tucker Company, Inc. (See ad p. 74)

ManorCare at Summer Trace Sunrise on Old Meridian The Cottages at The Stratford (See ad p. 101)


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at steph@stephaniekirk.com today for a free consultation. (See ad p. 74) F.C. Tucker Company, Inc. 9277 N. Meridian Street (317)418-0012 steph@stephaniekirk.com www.stephaniekirk.com the cottages at the stratford The rental cottages at The Stratford offer people of 55 years of age or better a unique living experience with many plush amenities. By being located on the grounds of The Stratford, the rental cottages are also just a short walk from many of the shops, restaurants and activities located in The Village of West Clay. (See ad p. 101) Hours: open daily 8:30-5:30 2460 Glebe Street (317)733-9560 www.stratford-living.com

STEPHANIE HOLLOWAY KIRK F.C. TUCKER COMPANY, INC. A home purchase or sale is a challenging experience today. Let a professional assist you every step of the way. I specialize in Carmel and the Indianapolis north side including Meridian Kessler and Williams Creek. Please call or email me

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I began selling residential real estate in 1998 for a premier new home builder and in 2010 joined Century 21 Scheetz and decided to devote my career to home sales, marketing, consulting and training. As owner of Drab to Fab Decorating, my real estate clients also receive certified interior designer/stager services in the marketing of their home. My Home Selling and Interior Design Tips have been featured in At Carmel/At Geist Magazine, Homes & Land Magazine, and in Carmel City Magazine. Call me today for a free home value analysis. (See ad this page)

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Part two:

A Planned Community The Village of WestClay i n t e rv i e w b y J a c k i e H o l l o way

When development began

on the Village of WestClay, it was as if a town bloomed overnight in the fields of Carmel. First there was a boulevard and then a row of fine homes for a grand opening show. It was a huge hit and has enjoyed continued success ever since. We took a tour and talked to two real estate professionals to find out more about its history. What was the concept behind the Village of WestClay? Donna: This was the first time Brenwick developed a neighborhood of this type and The Village was the first of its kind in Indiana. The prototype is a concept called a ‘Traditional Neighborhood Development’ (TND), which is part of the New Urbanism.

Joe: My wife Joey and I decided to come back to Indiana after being gone for 31 years of corporate life and living in gated communities from Atlanta to Dallas. We loved


in caring for their lawns and gardens. Everyone you meet is friendly and has a smile on their face. It’s a neighborhood in the best sense of the word. Describe some of the benefits of living in a planned community.

the Village of WestClay and found it’s the best of them all. After purchasing a home here ten years ago we’ve experienced its growth from almost the beginning.

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When did construction begin? Donna: Development began in 1999 at Main Street and Towne Road. Brenwick elected to work with a local land planner so that its layout would be conducive to Carmel and its architectural design an integral part of its appeal. The structures in the Village of WestClay have all been built in a style prior to the 1940’s; architecture classes actually come to study buildings here. Brenwick also wanted to have beautiful green spaces intermingled with homes and commercial areas. Joe: Walking the trails and sidewalks here provides an ongoing appreciation for the different styles of homes and the pride that people take

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Donna: There is something about the Village of WestClay that makes residents not want to leave once they’ve come here. Over 250 households have moved within its boundaries and many have convinced family and friends to join them. Its social aspect is enriched with concerts in University Green, an Ice Cream Social, End of Summer Party, Fall Festival and too many clubs and field trips to mention.

Joe: The effort and commitment from neighborhood residents to enhance the Village environment has always been outstanding. When we first arrived we wanted to contribute as well, so we helped organize a social committee and started a monthly newsletter to communicate what was happening. I can guarantee that there is an activity or event that almost every resident can enjoy and participate in. Discuss the mix of homes, businesses and people that exist in the Village of WestClay. Joe: As of build-out the mix of housing types are: 1,032 single family homes, 199 townhouses, 63 Village Center lofts, 186 apartments/condos, and 216 senior housing units. We expect to see


“I can guarantee that there is an activity or event that almost every resident can enjoy and participate in.” – Joe Kempler, Resident & REALTOR® additional retail/commercial development as the economy becomes more positive. Currently there is a grocery store, a number of real estate offices, banks, schools, restaurants and salons, to name a few. My real estate office has been in the Village for five years. Donna: The Village has a broad mix of ages living here as well, which helps keep the older residents young. The Stratford Senior Living is the only housing for seniors that is located in a neighborhood and offers the same amenities that every resident enjoys. Seniors can ride golf carts to the market or any other area, as well as walk in one of the many parks. With such diversified appeal, we see the inventory of home sites dwindling. Individuals and families are moving here now so they won’t miss the opportunity to live in such a remarkable neighborhood.

Donna Park Brenwick Realty brenwickrealty.com

Joe Kempler Kempler & Associates RE/MAX® Ability Plus housesincarmel.com


Carmel Real Estate Marketplace

5859 Sandalwood Drive - $193,900 This stylish Carmel home in desirable Plum Creek Farms will impress! Exciting design features family room with soaring ceilings, gas fireplace and natural light galore! Kitchen has new flooring and countertops, upgraded cabinetry, kitchen island and huge walk-in pantry! Loft upstairs could easily be 4th bedroom. Impressive master suite with garden tub, separate shower, double vanities and walk-in closet. Oversize garage with storage. Contact: Stephanie Holloway Kirk Phone number: (317)418-0012 Email: steph@stephaniekirk.com website: www.stephaniekirk.com

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3561 W. 116th street Land & Location! Build your dream home on this beautiful 2 acre homesite in West Carmel that is tucked away on a private street. Enjoy being minutes away from 465 and everything West Carmel has to offer including West Park, Coxhall Garden, fine dining, and shopping. This West Clay gem is a must see if you are planning to build. Contact: Stephanie Holloway Kirk Phone number: (317)418-0012 Email: steph@stephaniekirk.com website: www.stephaniekirk.com

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Inviting, Stylish, & Functional Custom built with classic detail throughout. Refinished wood floors, nicely finished kitchen with granite and stainless appliances, open floor plan, MASTER ON MAIN and potential Master on the 2nd floor, and new paver patio area and outdoor kitchen. This home also features space in the lower level that could be used as a separate living quarters. Wonderful location on the best street in Foster Estates. Convenient to shopping, dining & getting into town. New to the market. Contact: Joe Kempler Phone: (317)523-6405 Email: Joe@KemplerAssociates.com website: www.HousesInCarmel.com

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Refreshing Outside - Great Space Inside Sits on over 1 acre of prime real estate in Springmill Streams subdivision. This home has over 5,000 sq. ft. of finished space including 5 bedrooms, 5 1/2 baths, and an office that could be converted to another bed-room on the main level. The home has recently been refreshed with new carpet, refinished hardwoods and new paint. Enjoy being in one of the best neighbor-hoods in Carmel, while knowing that this home is as solid as they come for many years of making memories. Contact: Joe Kempler Phone: (317)523-6405 Email: Joe@KemplerAssociates.com website: www.HousesInCarmel.com

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People that already moved to The Stratford know the secret: You get to have more fun here because you never have to worry about bill paying, housekeeping, dining, maintenance, and all the other mundane items that can eat up your day. Here‌ it’s wellness classes, parties, art, family, friends, games, and freedom. 2460 Glebe Street Carmel, Indiana 46032 www.Stratford-Living.com 317-733-9560 101


Actors Theatre of indiana Actors Theatre of Indiana (ATI) is Hamilton County’s only professional equity theatre company and is the city of Carmel’s resident professional theatre company presenting productions at The Studio Theater at The Center For The Performing Arts. ATI celebrates the power of theatre and contributes to life in Central Indiana by offering high quality professional theatre performances that engage, inspire, educate, and entertain. 317.669.7983 www.actorstheatreofindiana.org

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, the principal resident theatre company at the Center for the Performing Arts, is the largest of more than 70 Indiana community theatres and one of the 10 largest of over 7,000 active community theatres in the United States. Civic also is considered the nation’s longest continuously operating community theatre. Founded in 1915, Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre has been a vital part of Central Indiana’s cultural landscape for nearly a century, providing superior live theatrical entertainment for a broad-based audience. 3 Center Green, Suite 200 317.843.3800 www.civictheatre.org

carmel community players Carmel Community Players providesquality live dramatic and musical entertainment presentations that expand and develop creative, cultural and educational opportunities for the entire community. The new Carmel Community Playhouse provides a medium between theater and art enthusiasts and the performers and artists themselves. Clay Terrace 14299 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 140 317.815.9387 www.carmelplayers.org

carmel repertory theatre The Carmel Repertory Theatre is a community arts collective that encourages self-expression through theater, music and dance. The CRT cultivates a thriving community of artists and promotes an appreciation of art. Classes, lectures, performances, and exhibits are facilitated in an effort to enrich lives and unleash the artistic potential of every community member. 484 E. Carmel Drive 317.767.3973 www.carmelrepertorytheatre.com

Carmel Symphony Orchestra Founded in 1975 as a community orchestra, the Carmel Symphony Orchestra (CSO) has grown into a full arts organization with an 85-member orchestra, a professional administrative and artistic staff, and a talented and dedicated governing board. The CSO has earned a regional reputation for excellence in artistry and community service. Unique nationally in its hybrid of paid and non-paid musicians, the CSO focuses on both high artistic standards and serving families, as the majority of CSO musicians are also involved in the demanding profession of music education. Palladium Ticket Office: 2 Center Green • CSO Office: 11 1st Avenue NE 317.844.9717 www.carmelsymphony.org

Actors Theatre of Indiana: Chicago


children’s art gallery In September 1999, the Children’s Art Gallery was designated as the World’s Smallest Children’s Art Gallery by The Guinness Book of World Records. The gallery displays artwork from a different Carmel school each month. Open Friday - Sundays from 2-4 p.m. (except holidays) and during Carmel Art & Design District Gallery Walks.

Cultural Offerings

40 W. Main Street 317.844.4989 www.carmelartscouncil.org

Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre Gregory Hancock Dance Theatre (GHDT) is Hamilton County’s only professional dance company and is the resident professional dance company at The Tarkington at The Center for the Performing Arts. The company has garnered an international reputation for presenting high-quality dance performances that are emotionally compelling and visually stunning. By combining various and contemporary dance forms, together with theatre, music and costuming, GHDT is able to reach new depths of emotion and expression and are able to weave a glorious tapestry of movement, legend and fire. 329 Gradle Drive 317.844.2660 www.gregoryhancockdancetheatre.org

Midwest school of Voice

Children’s Art Gallery

As the only organization of its kind, Midwest School of Voice seeks to enrich its community through civic engagement. Salon concerts are held to provide community members with opportunities to learn from and engage with gifted artists in a relaxing lounge setting. At the same time, the school spends time with each student individually to build the total musical performer - one who is engaged, creative, and professional. The school offers a variety of educational opportunities for all ages, skill levels and musical interests. 336 W. Main Street 317.660.1372 www.midwestschoolofvoice.com

Monon depot museum Sponsored by the Carmel Clay Historical Society, the museum is housed in the former Monon Railroad depot built in 1883. Exhibits include many aspects of local history, from the founding of the village of Bethlehem (Carmel), to the mid twentieth century. There are also displays of railroad artifacts and memorabilia. Hours: The Cottage Office open all year every Tuesday-Wednesday 9 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Monon Depot Museum & Gift Shop open April-November Friday-Saturday 1-4 p.m. and Sundays 2-4 p.m. www.CarmelCityMagazine.com

211 First Street SW 317.846.7117 www.carmelclayhistory.org

Museum of miniature houses and other collections Enjoy viewing antique and modern doll houses, miniature scenes, hand-crafted miniature art, and private non-miniature collections at the museum. The gift shop offers fine and unusual miniatures, books and periodicals about miniatures and doll houses. Visiting children can play the Museum Treasure-Hunt Game. Hours: Wednesdays-Saturdays 11 a.m.-4 p.m. and Sundays 1-4 p.m. 111 E. Main Street 317.575.9466 www.museumofminiatures.org

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Kahn’s Catering

Carmel Florist

Brookshire Golf Club (See ad p. 87)

Woody’s Library Restaurant (See ad p. 39)

Monon Community Center Plum Creek Golf Club

Rascia’s Creative Cakes

Prairie View Golf Club

equipment rental

Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel (See ad p. 108)

Runyon Equipment Rental (See ad p. 56)

The Fountains Banquet & Conventions Center

event planners

Woodland Country Club

Bridal Boutiques The Wedding Studio

Boldly Chic Indy Soiree L’Evento Boutique: Gifts & Guidance

Photographers CW Photography (See ad p. 108) Sara Ackerman Wyant Fine Art Photography

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Renaissance Indianapolis North www.renaissanceindianapolis.com The Renaissance Indianapolis North, an upscale, sophisticated hotel in Carmel, truly reflects the vibrancy of the area. Inspired by the neighboring Arts & Design District, the Renaissance hotel boasts the largest ballroom in Carmel and has 15,000 square feet of total meeting space that blend unique style with advance technology. Conveniently situated in the Meridian Corridor, this hotel is a modern treasure where hospitality is a fine art. For more information, please contact Kaylee Wright at 317.814.2515.

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Ritz Charles www.ritzcharles.com Located on prestigious Meridian Street, the Ritz Charles campus features impressively appointed ballrooms that can be custom designed to accommodate an event of any size. Experienced coordinators assist with every aspect of the planning process for small corporate gatherings to large trade shows. Amenities include a doorman, coat check, on-site audio/video technical services and a landscaped garden pavilion. Call Sarah Godby at 317.846.9158 for more information.

Holiday Inn Carmel

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www.holidayinn.com/indianapolisn Just minutes away from the bustling downtown Carmel Arts & Design District and conveniently located in Meridian Corporate Business Park, Holiday Inn Carmel is the newest upscale hotel in our area. Over 2500 feet of meeting and banquet space can make any get-together spectacular, from family reunions to birthday parties to sports team celebrations. With our Budget Planner and Group Events Checklist, you can also simplify your next business meeting and amplify your results. Call 317.574.4600.

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The Palladium www.thecenterfortheperformingarts.org Modeled after a classic European-style domed theater, the Palladium at the Center for The Performing Arts offers timeless elegance in an unparalleled setting for your next event. Choose from one of seven distinct spaces to accommodate anywhere from 50 to 150 guests, or consider combining two or more spaces for larger gatherings up to 2000 attendees. As the Palladium’s official caterer, Kahn’s Catering sets the standard for event planning and delicious cuisine. Since every event is unique, we’re happy to fulfill special requests. Please contact an event planner to discuss your next meeting, retreat, dinner or celebration today. Call 317.577.3663.

www.fountainscatering.com Cascading fountain waters welcome visitors to over 25,000 feet of event space which are beautifully appointed in the European tradition. With a 16,000 square feet ballroom and a wide variety of room sizes, the Fountains is the ideal facility for any kind of event. We take care of all the details, starting with a world-class menu that is perfectly prepared and elegantly served. Every aspect, whether the occasion is social or corporate, is given our thoughtful attention. Call 317.566.3400 for more information.

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CW PHotography

runyon equipment rental, inc.

CW Photography specializes in wedding, family, children, seniors, and babies. (See ad above)

The new state-of-the-art facility boasts 25,000 square feet of indoor space and a yard that holds another 45,000 square feet of rental equipment in Carmel Indiana. The company has quickly reestablished its reputation as the place to go for rental equipment and tools for Contractors/Remodelers, Landscapers, Commercial Floor Specialists, Homeowners and Specialty Event Planners. (See ad p. 56)

(317)679-6323 www.chelseaandwendy.com RENAISSANCE INDIANAPOLIS NORTH HOTEL When every detail must be perfect, you can count on our advanced facilities and expert meeting professionals to deliver a productive and successful outcome. From joyous celebrations to fairytale weddings, we bring your visions to extraordinary reality. Dream weddings don’t just happen, they’re planned. Renaissance Certified Wedding Planners are trained to help. www.CarmelCityMagazine.com

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Hours: Open 7 days a week. Mon - Fri 7:00 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sat 7:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m.; Sun 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. 410 W. Carmel Drive (317)566-8888 www.runyonrental.com

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Springhill Suites by Marriott Staybridge Suites (See ad p. 110)


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Holiday Inn Carmel

Our hotel is designed especially for longer stays! With studios featuring fully-equipped kitchens and plenty of work space! Kitchen with refrigerator and stovetop. All cooking utensils provided. In the heart of Carmel. Rates starting at $32.99 per night plus tax on a stay of 30+ nights. Call Erin today, 317-843-1181.

Newest upscale hotel in Carmel. All guest rooms feature microwaves and refrigerators. Complimentary HSIA throughout hotel. 2,500 sq ft meeting/banquet space. Delicious on-site catering. Restaurant/lounge. Indoor pool. Complimentary shuttle service within 5 mile radius. (See ad right)

9750 Lakeshore Drive (317)843-1181 www.extendedstayamerica.com Hilton Garden Inn Guest rooms feature Garden Sleep System® beds, refrigerator, and microwave. Great American Grill Restaurant and Bar. Evening room service. Complimentary HSIA, wired and wireless. 1,200 sq. ft. of meeting/banquet space. On-site catering. Indoor pool/hot tub. Sun deck. Fitness center with Precor equipment. Business center. Guest laundry. Convenience pantry. Hilton Honors reward program. (See ad below) 13090 Pennsylvania (317)581-9400 www.indianapoliscarmel.gardeninn.com

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Extended stay america - Carmel

251 E. Pennsylvania Parkway (317)574-4600 www.holidayinn.com/indianapolisn facebook: holidayinn-indycarmel renaissance indianapolis north hotel The first Renaissance Marriott Hotel in Indiana is an upscale, sophisticated hotel inspired by Carmel’s Arts & Design District. We boast a modern, energetic design and creative spaces that blend unique style with advanced technology. 11925 N. Meridian Street (317)816-0777/(800)-marriott(627-7468) www.renaissanceindianapolis.com Staybridge suites Come and get comfortable at the Staybridge Suites Indianapolis - Carmel, featuring 119 beautifully appointed suites and meeting space for up to 40. Amenities include an indoor pool and spa, complimentary hot breakfast buffet, free guest laundry, fully equipped kitchens, business center and a beautiful outdoor terrace complete with fireplace and gas grills. (See ad below) 10675 N. Pennsylvania Street (317)582-1500 www.staybridge.com/carmelin

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stay hgi tonight. Guest rooms feature self-adjusting Garden Sleep System® beds, complimentary high-speed wired and wireless internet access, a flat panel TV, microwave, refrigerator and coffeemaker. Plus, our Great American Grill restaurant, workout facility, indoor pool and flexible function space for weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, reunions, meeting and community events. You’ll find everything you need for a relaxing and affordable stay. Everything. Right where you need it.®

Carmel’s newest hotel…spacious suites, convenient location, exceptional value. 10675 N. Pennsylvania Street (317)582-1500 • www.staybridge.com

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Family Fun on The Beach

Enjoy the best family, sports, beach and romantic vacation the USA and the Lowcountry of South Carolina has to offer! Located a short 35 minute drive to Charleston with history dating back to the 1600’s and a mecca for casual and fine dining. Located 1/4 mile from the spectacular Kiawah Island Sanctuary Hotel and the expansive beach voted one of the USA’s top 10 by the Travel Channel. Stunning golf course and large lagoon views off two decks where you can watch alligators, eagles, blue herons, and an occasional bobcat! 1,800 square feet of living space.


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Country Inn & Suites 9797 N. Michigan Road

2 Boombozz Pizza & Tap House (p. 33) 2430 E. 146th Street

Courtyard by Marriott Indianapolis/Carmel 10290 N Meridian Street

3 Divvy (p. 63) Carmel City Center, 71 W. City Center Drive

Doubletree Guest Suites Indianapolis/Carmel 11355 N. Meridian Street

4 Grille 39 Restaurant (p. 43) 11925 N. Meridian Street

Extended Stay America (p. 110) 9750 Lakeshore Drive

5 Mangia! An Italian Restaurant (p. 41) Carmel City Center, 751 Hanover Place

Hampton Inn North 12197 N. Meridian Street

6 Matt The Miller Tavern (p. 35) Carmel City Center, 11 W. City Center Drive

Hilton Garden Inn (p. 110) 13090 Pennsylvania

7 Mellow Mushroom (p. 37) 2340 E. 116th Street

Holiday Inn Indianapolis North/Carmel (p. 111) 251 E. Pennsylvania Parkway

8 Michael’s Family Restaurant (p. 41) 840 W. Main Street

Jameson Inn 10201 N. Meridian Street

9 Tony Sacco’s Oven Fired Pizza (p. 29) 14405 Clay Terrace Boulevard, Suite 150

Old Town Carmel Bed & Breakfast 521 1st Avenue NW

10 Woody’s Library Restaurant & Bar (p. 39) 40 E. Main Street

Renaissance Indianapolis North Hotel (p. 110) 11925 N. Meridian Street Residence Inn by Marriott (p. 111) 11895 N. Meridian Street Springhill Suites by Marriott 11855 N. Meridian Street www.CarmelCityMagazine.com

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Antique Emporium (p. 68) 1055 S. Range Line Road


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Indiana Design Center

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