Indiana State Fair: The Indoor Fairs Will Offer Students Free Fun and Free School Supplies
Indiana State fair organizers have announced plans to introduce a free indoor fair for students in 2018.
The Indianapolis Star reports that the program is called the Indoor Education Program and will be offered for the 2019 Indiana State Open.
The program will provide free food and entertainment for students of all ages, the paper reports.
The program will start at the Indianapolis Metropolitan Library, which is home to more than 30,000 students, according to the Star.
The library will also provide free computers and other supplies.
The Indiana State University Student Association will also help out with logistics and logistics, the Star reports.
The fair will be open from June 18 to August 25, 2019, the newspaper reports.
“This is a very exciting opportunity for our students to explore the world of outdoor entertainment and learn about the cultural and social heritage of our state,” Indoor education program director, Melissa Buehler, said in a statement.
“We will also bring new ideas to the table, with this year’s fair offering free food, games and more, as well as opportunities to learn about local history and culture.”