Highlights: Winterfest, Christmas Crawl, Victorian Tea

Upcoming Events: 

This Week
Town Meetings:Monday 12/13: 6:00pm ZCS Board Meeting
Friday 12/17: 8:30am Community Development Corporation
Special Events:
Thursday 12/16: 5:00-9:00pm Christmas in the Village: Christmas Crawl
Friday 12/17: 6:30pm Pictures with Santa at Maple Lawn Details
Saturday 12/18: 11:00am-3:00pm Christmas in the Village
Saturday 12/18: 1:00pm Victorian Tea at SullivanMunce Tickets Required
Saturday 12/18: 6:00pm Santa’s Drive Thru at Morning Dove Therapeutic Riding Center More Details
Sunday 12/19: 11:00am-3:00pm Christmas in the Village
Parks and Recreation Activities Registrations usually requiredAll Week: 4:00pm Weekday Winterfest Activities begin at Mulberry Fields More Information
Tuesday 12/14: 12:00pm Homeschool Ice Exploration at Mulberry Fields
Wednesday 12/15: 10:00am Preschoolers in the Park Drop In at Elm Street Green
Wednesday 12/15: 2:00pm Magnificent Owls at Zionsville Nature Center
Thursday 12/16: 10:00am Animal Lunch at Zionsville Nature Center
Saturday 12/18: 10:00am Winterfest Activities Begin More Information
Saturday 12/18: 2:00pm Winter Bird Feeding at Zionsville Nature Center
Sunday 12/19: 12:00pm Winterfest Activities Begin More Information
Sunday 12/19: 6:00pm Luminary Walk at Heritage Trail Park

Mark Your Calendar
Week of 12/20 to 12/26 Parks and Recreation Activities See Activities
All Week: 4:00pm Many Winterfest Activities begin at Mulberry Fields
Monday 12/20: 7:30am Zionsville Town Council In Person and via Zoom
Monday 12/20: 8:30am Board of Police Commissioners
Monday 12/20: 7:00pm Zionsville Plan Commission In Person and via Zoom

Continuing Events:
Southern Rail Trail/ Starkey Ave closed, due to open in early 2022
5 and up now eligible

 for COVID-19 Vaccinations; Boosters for 16 and up
Nov 19 – Dec 18 PH Sullivan Museum Historical Art Collection Exhibition

Zionsville/Village News:Message from Mayor Emily Styron – December
Zionsville officials outline possible long-term bonds
Zionsville council asks mayor to consider pay raise for public safety

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