One Minute in Hamilton County
Chris Hayes turned his Fishers garage into a workshop where he and his wife Tonya make all kinds of woodworking items. You can see - and buy - them at the Fishers Arts Crawl on July 13 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. in the Nickel Plate District in downtown Fishers. Their shop - Ask Cheese Woodworks - will be at Dottie Couture on 116th Street. Almost all the wood he uses for these unique items is from Indiana, most of it rescued after storms. One of his favorite pieces to turn is those pesky Bradford Pears, they may not be able to withstand a storm, but they make great ice cream scoops. See Chris at work and learn a bit more about his woodworking hobby in this week's One Minute in Hamilton County. Want to learn more about the Arts Crawl? Go to www.FishersArtsCouncil.com.
Hamilton County Tourism introduces Pedal Perks that gives you discounts just for riding a bike to restaurants, shops and attractions throughout Hamilton County. Ride your own bike, or rent a bike in Carmel, Noblesville or Westfield.
Home Place Gardens is the newest project by the nonprofit, community development organization, HAND. Located off 106th Street between Westfield and College, Home Place Gardens has 10 homes offering rents from $350 for a one-bedroom duplex to $950 for a three-bedroom home. The homes are for people 55 and over, and two of the homes will be leased by families escaping domestic violence.
Some people watch birds, but Bill Wrin watches bees. They offer hours of entertainment, not to mention honey. In this video, Bill talks about how he got started with his hobby of keeping bees in his family's Fishers' backyard.
Dave Colt, co-founder of Sun King, talks about some of its new businesses, including the distillery in Carmel and the expanded brewery in The Yard in Fishers.
The owner of Blue Peppermint talks about her boutique closing and accessories store in Fishers.