Dancing with the Hendricks County Stars is one of the county's premier events and often sells out! Held at the Hendricks County Fairgrounds and Conference Center, this year's theme is masquerade - "A Masqued Affair", themed attire is encouraged but not required!
Doors open at 6pm, with a cash bar cocktail hour where you can meet the dancers, followed by dinner at 6:45pm and dance competition starting at 8pm.
The Coachman restaurant will be providing an amazing meal, including their acclaimed prime rib. The entertainment is always the highlight of the night where the 10 dancers and their professional Arthur Murray instructors will perform and compete! You'll have a chance to pick up some fun and unique items in our silent auction where bidding will start a few days before the event and go through the night!
We look forward to seeing our regulars and welcoming new guests!
Meet our 2022 Hendricks County Stars/Dancers!
Dancers = D, Instructors = I
Standing L to R: Tim Carter (D), Katie Toth (I), Sam Lowe (D), Ana Fernandez (I), Jamis Wadsworth-Carr (I), Travis Tschaenn (D)
Seated L to R: Amanda Babinec (D), Dana Cochran (D), Beth Lykins (D), Jami Temple (D), Dr. Jill Aldrich (D)
Not Pictured: Dr. Michelle Fenoughty (D) amd Jerry Cunningham (D)
Want to see this exciting event? View 2021 Dancing with the Stars Highlight Video: embed code:
Thank you to our generous sponsors!
2022 Title Sponsor
The Hendricks County Historical Museum's mission is to collect, preserve and interpret items relating to the people, places and events of Hendricks County and to stimulate public interest in the heritage of the county through education, exhibits and special programs.
The museum opened for this season on March 4 , and we are thrilled to welcome guests and show off some of our new displays featuring several townships. In our changing display rooms, we have "Making History Through Music." You might even see some of your high school bands pictures or artifacts!
Our storage house at 98 W Broadway Street, is our newest area, where we can pack away collections and treasures for future displays, protecting our rich history for generations to come.
The Hendricks County Museum is at 170 S. Washington Street in Danville, just one block south of the courthouse square in the building that served from 1866 to 1974, as the Hendricks County Sheriff’s home, with the jail in the basement. It is furnished as it would have been in the late 1800s.
For more information, contact email@example.com or 317-718-5168.