1. Zion Nature Center receives Duke Energy Foundation community grant

    Zion Nature Center, a part of Zionsville Parks & Recreation Department, has received a $4,887 grant from the Duke Energy Foundation to support two hands-on, science-focused initiatives: Traveling Teacher Trunks and Nature Play Days. Read on...
  2. MetroNet coming to Zionsville this summer

    MetroNet will start construction of their network in June. Before construction activity begins in a neighborhood, residents will receive a letter, followed by a postcard. Read on...
  3. Take precautions against ticks

    It’s spring, which means more outdoor play, hiking, gardening – and potential tick contact. Read on...
  4. Zionsville Town Council adds smoking and tobacco ban in public places

    At the most recent meeting on April 9, the Zionsville Town Council passed an amendment to the Town’s smoking ordinance. Read on...
  1. Mon May 21 - Sun Jul. 1

    Zionsville Bike Challenge Zionsville Bike Challenge runs May 21 - July 1, 2018 Zionsville Parks and Recreation, DOW AgroCyclists and Zionsville Triathlon Team have teamed up again for the fourth annual Zionsville Bike Challenge. Join us for group rides throughout the month. Details will be emailed to participants. Complete your challenge level and win a t-shirt. How many miles can you do? Challenge Levels: Family Fun (90 minutes per week) 200 miles in 6 weeks 400 miles in 6 weeks 600 miles in 6 ...
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  2. Tue May 29

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  3. Fri Jun. 1

    Boone County Senior Services Coffee Connection Clinic The Zionsville Fire Department partners with Boone County Senior Services to host coffee on the first Friday of the month. The aim is to provide tools and resources that assist seniors to live in safe, healthy and comfortable environments. There will be a new topic discussed each month as well as an opportunity to learn and ask questions about the fire department.
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  4. Fri Jun. 1

    Animal Adventures: Animal Songs Meet at the Library for story time fun. Afterwards, we will walk to the Zion Nature Center to explore animal songs and who makes them. Ages: 3 – 6 years with adult
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