September means signs of all are starting to show themselves. These are some of the things that should be on your to-do list as we head into the change of seasons.
Barenaked Ladies Play Morris Fest
Popular 90s band Barenaked Ladies is capping off Morris Fest on Oct. 1 with a can't-miss concert at the Morris Performing Arts Center. They'll play hits like "Pinch Me" and "IF I Had $1,000,000," among others as they bring the Morris back after renovations.
Notre Dame Football Home Games
Football season is in full swing. Notre Dame plays at home Oct. 15 against Stanford and Oct. 22 versus UNLV. Nothing tops the pageantry and tradition of a Fighting Irish home game. Whether you're visiting for the first time or making a return trip, get up to date on everything you need to know before arriving on campus.
Broadway in The Bend
Broadway shows make their way back to the Morris Performing Arts Center this fall, starting with "The Book of Mormon" on Oct. 14-15. Future shows include "The Four Phantoms in Concert (Nov. 5) and "Come from Away (Nov. 29-Dec. 4).
Celebrate Harvest Season
Pumpkin patches, u-picks, farmers markets — it wouldn't be fall without visiting some of these places. Get ready for those photo ops by checking out our guide to harvest season.
Plan a Fall Color Tour
Peak fall foliage around The Bend is expected the week of Oct. 24. What better way to celebrate the change in seasons than by putting on the hiking boots or walking shoes and heading out to see nature's most vibrant colors? From college campuses to off-the-beaten-path nature preserves, we have some tips on where to go on your leaf peeping adventure.
Electric Vehicles at Studebaker National Museum
Think electric vehicles are a recent phenomenon? Not so fast. "Charged: The Rise, Fall and Resurgence of Electric Vehicles," a special exhibit at Studebaker National Museum on display until early January, takes you through the long history of electric vehicles. Some on display date back to the early 1900s