Please join Shaman Susan Cotter, Alyssa Norwalk and Melyssa Burris for a celebration of growth and bounty with a circle of intentions, love, and learning how to create our own ceremonial bath soaks.
Tags: Shaman Susan Cotter, Alyssa Norwalk and Melyssa Burris for a celebration of growth and bounty with a circle of intentions, love, and learning how to create our own ceremonial bath soak
Join us every Wednesday for Food and Fun! We’ll have something for everyone!
For more information or to register as a vendor contact:
Tags: Farmers Market, West Side, Crooked Creek
Indy Parks presents the In Concert with Nature concert series at Eagle Creek Park. Bring a seat, your friends and family, and join us for some music on the marina! The concert is free with car gate fee and begins at 6:30pm.
Tags: Live Music, Indy Parks presents the In Concert with Nature concert series at Eagle Creek Park, The Honey Dewdrops
Indy Parks presents the “POPS” Concert Series at the Garfield Park MacAllister Amphitheater. Bring a seat, your friends and family, and join us for free music in the park! Concert begins at 7pm.
Tags: Sean Imboden Large Ensemble, Live Music, MacAllister Amphitheater Indy Parks and Recreation
Come see Katie’s art and listen to Katie talk about things.
Katie L. Norman is an emerging Indianapolis artist whose work has been featured in exhibitions throughout the Midwest. She is an artist, community activist, mover and shaker. She graduated from Ball State University with a B.F.A in Drawing and a B.A. in Art History. She also received an award for Artistic Citizenship and Community Arts for her work with Muncie community leaders to organize art shows in non-traditional spaces. She founded Dynamo Art Exhibitions, a group of civically engaged artists that continue to create opportunities for artists in Indianapolis. She spends her days as the Arts and Events Coordinator for the Indianapolis International Airport and her evenings making art.
Tags: Katie L. Norman, Artist Talk, Art, StorageSpace,
The Ford Mobility City:One team is hosting two Innovation Networking Events for entrepreneurs, architects, urban planners ,designers, and others to learn more about the City:One Indianapolis Challenge and how to submit a proposal to improve mobiity in Indianapolis for up to $100K in pilot funding.
This event is the second of two Innovation Networking Events hosted during the application period.
Join us on July 18 at Sun King Brewery to hear from the City:One team about the Challenge, the research they conducted on mobility in Indianapolis, and collaborate with others in the community on ideas for improving mobility around the city. With $100K available in pilot funding, we’d love to hear your ideas on the Challenge Website!
This is a free event that is open to the public. Dinner will be provided. Please RSVP to attend due to limited capacity.
Tags: The Ford Mobility City:One team, Networking Events for entrepreneurs, architects, urban planners ,designers, and others
Learn how YOU can help GREEN the planet! Join us for this 9th annual sustainable living skill-share! With over 50 workshops, evening entertainment, and kids activities, we have outdoor fun for the whole family! Held at the gorgeous Lago Linda Hideaway, near the Red River Gorge, KY, with 410 acres of woodlands for hiking and a remote lake for swimming! Ticket price too steep? We run on volunteers – Apply to Work Trade!
Workshop topics include: Cordage; Eco Printing & Natural Dying; Basketry; Thermophilic Composting; Traditional Appalachian Farmsteading; Dehydrating Foods for Home, Camping, and Survival; Flintknapping – Stone Tool Production; Solar 101; Survival Firemaking Skills; Edible Wild Mushroom Identification and Preparation; Herbal Energetics & Medicine Making; Natural Food Production; Tai Chi; Working out the Kinks; Nature Walks & Outdoor Activities; Community Discussions; Storytelling Basics & many more!
Lago Linda has basic tent camping and improved campsites with water and electric hookups. Amenities include flush toilets, hot showers, plenty of parking, gravel roads, hiking trails, and a beautiful lake.
Are you interested in building healthier and more resilient communities? Whippoorwill was created in response to a need for a supportive, family friendly learning environment to help build the world we wish to see. Join us as we celebrate Appalachian Heritage and new traditions while helping to build the community needed to face modern concerns.
Learn more about Whippoorwill on our website: http://www.whippoorwillfest.com/
Tags: Reskilling, workshops, Live Music, Ecology, Cordage; Eco Printing & Natural Dying; Basketry; Thermophilic Composting; Traditional Appalachian Farmsteading; Dehydrating Foods for Home, Camping, and Survival; Flintknapping – Stone Tool Production; Solar 101; Survival Firemaking Skills; Edible Wild Mushroom Identification and Preparation; Herbal Energetics & Medicine Making; Natural Food Production; Tai Chi; Working out the Kinks; Nature Walks & Outdoor Activities; Community Discussions; Storytelling Basics & many more
This is going to be a Beach Party, Hoosier style in Muncie, IN at the Water Bowl!
LIVE MUSIC, Corn Hole (of course), Jello Wrestling, Tug ‘O War, Beach Volleyball and MORE! Catch all the Summer Fun while listening to great music and supporting the #1 cannabis law reform group in Indiana, The Higher Fellowship.
Vendors and Sponsors please reach out to [email protected] or contact us via phone (317)709-8884
Space Limited – Electricity even more limited
*Bring Battery Operated Lights or your own generator
10 X 10 Pop up Space with Tent for 2 days only $75 !!!
6 Ft. Table – NO TENT for 2 Days only $50 !!!
Sponsors can help fund any of the activities. Please contact Alicia or Brandon at LMP (317)695-5417 for more information.
Tags: Greenstock 2019, Live Music, Camping, Festival, Waterbowl, Corn Hole, Jello Wrestling, Tug ‘O War, Beach Volleyball
Tags: Live Music, Stadium Tavern Songwriter ShowcasePaul Burris, Wayne Pennington, Mike Gonser (aka Tobacco Jones)
Indy Convergence’s newest initiative is mobile, non-invasive, arts programming along the shores of the White River. A Rising Tide’s first season will feature five interdisciplinary, collaborative performances this summer. Each performance will be an unexpected adventure employing an all-terrain stage or floating stage to bring Indy audiences to the banks of the White River.
-June 20, 6pm Tony Ducan, internationally renowned hoop dancer followed by a nature hike. Who knows, you might just run into some of Indianapolis’ most talented artists enjoying an impromptu theatrical and music jam session
-July 19, 8pm “Sweet Palace Bistro”, our debut performance on the floating stage. The Palace and Sweet Poison Victim will light up the night with their soul, rock, and world beats
–August 30, 8pm “Strings, Reeds and a Flicker in the Woods” Forward Motion will be joined by The Fonseca Theatre Company and local professional dancers for a live collaborative performance in the woods.
September 28, 2pm “Down to the River” an afternoon of Bluegrass and Gospel following the annual White River Alliance Dragon Boat Races.
-October 5, 8pm “UnNamed Productions” Kick off fall with a staged reading of a new horror-thriller under the bridge.
A Rising Tide is made possible through an initial grant from the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust White River Fund and Reconnecting to Our Waterways, with additional support by the Arts Council and the City of Indianapolis. Tickets are available https://indyconvergence.ticketspice.com/arisingtide or www.indyconvergence.org/art
Only 50 tickets per performance are available.
These are outdoor events that require some walking. Attendees should wear shoes appropriate for walking, bring a chair or blanket for seating and bug spray! Each event is in a different location along the river. Attendees will be notified by email and/or phone call about the exact location the week of the show. This is largely due to changing river levels that affect each playing space. Please send all questions to [email protected]
Tags: Indy Convergence, arts programming along the shores of the White River, Tony Ducan, Sweet Palace Bistro, Dance, Live Music, Strings, Reeds and a Flicker in the Woods, Down to the River, UnNamed Productions
JOIN US FOR A PUNK ROCK PARTY: This evening we celebrate the release of a new record by Mr Clit & the Pink Cigarettes. Featuring sure to be killer sets by:
MR CLIT & THE PINK CIGARETTES
Tags: MR CLIT & THE PINK CIGARETTES, BOSCOMuJO, DOPE SWEATER, LOUSY SUE, Live Music, State Street Pub, Punk
Hyryder – The best Grateful Dead Tribute around returns to The Bluebird on Friday, July 19th!
Tags: Live Music, Grateful Dead Tribute, Jerry Garcia Band, Phish, Hyryder, Bluebird
Lay Your Body Down: Drone Yoga
@CosmicChambo + @PerrettaMark
@StorageSpaceIndy | 121 E. 34th St. Indianapolis
Friday, July 19, 2019
$10 suggested donation
StorageSpace presents an evening of slow movement with meditative audio and visuals. Lay Your Body Down combines Daniel Chamberlin’s Yin yoga instruction and undulating botanical projections with Mark Perretta’s improvisational music. The audio is composed of pre-recorded tapes and live keyboards, creating a gradually decaying chorus of long-form melody and drone.
Yin yoga is an opportunity to feel gravity pulling our bodies apart, a slow and low practice where we hold poses in stillness for extended periods of time. The audio and visual elements reflect and respond to the unfolding asanas, resulting in a uniquely immersive participatory happening with each installation.
Lay Your Body Down is intended to be accessible to all bodies and experience levels. Please bring your own yoga mat. $10 suggested donation, but nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. There is limited space for this event: RSVP [email protected]
Daniel Chamberlin is a Muncie, Indiana-based artist, writer, yoga teacher, and host of Inter-Dimensional Music on 99.1FM WQRT Indianapolis. Mark Perretta is a musician and record archivist also based in Muncie.
Photo: Lay Your Body Down | @PlySpace Muncie, March 14, 2019 (credit: @denariphotos)
Tags: Daniel Chamberlin, Lay Your Body Down, Yin yoga, Storage Space
Visit Indianapolis’s only Slow Food approved farmers market in historic Garfield Park! We feature sustainable, local food vendors, live music, and activities for kids. Garfield Park is located 10 minutes or less from downtown, Fountain Square, and southside neighborhoods.
GPFM is located near the tennis courts in Garfield Park. We are accessible during Shelby Street construction, and free parking is available.
OUR MISSION IS TO SUPPORT LOCAL, SUSTAINABLE FARMERS AND PRODUCERS WHILE CREATING A GATHERING PLACE FOR COMMUNITY INTERACTIONS.
Tags: Garfield Park Farmers Market
7/6 with Lauren Curry
7/13 with Lauren Curry
7/20 with Rebecca Jacobson
7/27 with Lauren Curry
$130 10-class card
Cash or Check at the door
Pre-Pay online at https://indymovementarts.org/dance-church/
Dance Church™ is an all-abilities movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds and identities, Dance Church™ is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies.
The teacher leads this 90-minute class in a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open but guided throughout.
Dance Church™ was created in Seattle by Kate Wallich in 2010. Classes are hosted regularly in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland and New York and have popped up in cities worldwide.
All levels, abilities, body types, identities and genders. No previous training is required, but open-mindedness is a prerequisite.
Wear clothes you can sweat in. Most people go barefoot or wear socks.
Get lost dancing and sweat (a lot) together – it’s the dance party you wish you had last night.
Tags: Dance Church™, Get lost dancing and sweat (a lot) together – it’s the dance party you wish you had last night
Join us for our monthly educational tours! You must reserve a spot on-line, space is limited. Uplands PEAK is located in Freedom, Indiana. There are 3 tour times each month.
10:30 AM-11:45 AM 12:15 PM-1:30 PM 2:00 PM-3:15 PM
Ticket Info: http://uplandspeaksanctuary.org/visit/
PEAK educational tours last about and hour and 15 minutes. The tours are guided by the Co-Founders, Mark and Michelle Pruitt. You will go into some animal pastures, barns, coops, etc. During a tour you will learn about our residents’ rescues stories, personalities, and more. We also provide information about standard practices in the animal agriculture industry. After a tour you are welcome to walk the property paths, around the fences, sit by the pond or the picnic tables.
Our newly renovated Gift Shop/Community Lounge offers PEAK merch, reading materials, vegetarian starter kits, beverages and snacks.
Please note: Our residents interact with guests on their terms and we expect that all visitors respect their preferences and personal space. This is their home and their needs come first. We reserve the right to adapt the tour as we deem necessary based on resident health, concerns, and or weather!
Closed-toed shoes are required for tours. Please keep in mind this is a farm, there is dirt, mud, and poop! Some pastures are bumpy, dusty, etc. Be prepared for walking!
If you are making it a day trip 10-20 minutes away:
McCormick Creek State Park
Civilian Corporation Brewery (vegan options)
In Bloomington, 30 minutes away:
The Owlery Restaurant (vegetarian restaurant)
Rainbow Bakery (all vegan)
Closed-toed shoes are required for tours. No flip-flops.
Food and Beverages
Out of respect for our residents and our mission we do not allow animal meat, dairy, eggs, honey, or any animal by-products on the Sanctuary grounds. If we become aware of non-vegan food or beverage we will ask you to put them in your vehicle. You may even be asked to leave. If you have questions about vegan options, please do not hesitate to contact us!
For everyone’s safety companion animals are not allowed on the sanctuary grounds at any time, nor can you leave them in a vehicle during a tour. If you bring a companion animal you will be asked to leave and come back without them.
Alcohol and Other Substances
Alcohol or drug use is prohibited. If it is suspected that you are using or are under the influence of drugs or alcohol, you will be asked to leave the property immediately.
Tags: Uplands PEAK, Farm Animals, Visiting Day, Sanctuary, Farmed Animal Sanctuary Tour
That’s What She Said is a new monthly series and summer festival showcasing the women and LGBTQIA+ members in our community.
Tags: monthly series and summer festival showcasing the women and LGBTQIA+ members in our community, Live Music, Discussion
VEGAN COOKOUTBurgers Provided • Door Prizes • Games • All AgesJoin BloomingVeg for a Vegan Cookout Extravaganza. Bloomingfoods is providing the burgers and Fresh Thyme is providing buns and vegan cheese. Everyone who comes gets a ticket to win prizes (cookbooks, gift certificates, and more).Click here to join on Facebook (Eventbrite RSVP is preferred, but you can do both!)What You Should Bring
- A place setting for yourself (plate, fork/spoon, water bottle or cup)
- A dish to share (Side, Dessert, or Beverage). You can bring something grillable but please arrive a few minutes early to do so.
LocationWinslow Woods Park is at 2120 S. Highland Ave. The area has a parking lot, port-o-potty, playground equipment, covered shelter (where the potluck will be), drinking fountain, and a .74 mile nature trail.Ideas
- Storebought: Chips, salsa, hummus, Newman’s O’s, Miyoko’s cheese wheel, fruits
- White bean picnic salad https://soupaddict.com/2017/08/white-bean-picnic-salad/
- Antipasto salad https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/antipasto-pasta-salad/
- Cornflake potato casserole https://www.connoisseurusveg.com/cheesy-vegan-cornflake-potato-casserole/
- Virgin Sangria https://theveganstoner.blogspot.com/2013/06/virgin-sangria.html
- Watermelon peach salsa https://www.hotforfoodblog.com/recipes/2016/8/2/watermelon-peach-salsa/
- Thai quinoa salad https://www.vegetarianventures.com/thai-quinoa-salad/
- French style potato salad https://minimalistbaker.com/simple-french-style-potato-salad/
- Black bean spread http://www.mississippivegan.com/blog/blackbeanspread
- 7 layer dip https://www.hotforfoodblog.com/recipes/2016/2/2/the-best-vegan-7-layer-dip/
- Classic potato salad https://minimalistbaker.com/simple-vegan-potato-salad/
- Macaroni salad: https://minimalistbaker.com/vegan-macaroni-salad/
- Crostini with Macadamia Ricotta and Corn-Zucchini Succotash https://www.vegetarianventures.com/crostini-with-macadamia-ricotta-and-corn-zucchini-succotash/
- Sesame noodle salad http://www.mississippivegan.com/blog/sesame-noodle-salad
- Apple peanut butter caramel bars http://www.mississippivegan.com/blog/2017/10/1/apple-peanut-butter-caramel-bars
- Waldorf salad https://theveganstoner.blogspot.com/2014/06/the-vegan-stoners-waldorf-salad.html
- Cashew ambrosia salad https://theveganstoner.blogspot.com/2013/09/cashew-ambrosia-salad.html
Safer SpacesAll BloomingVeg events follow our Safer Spaces guidelines. By attending, you agree to follow these guidelines.
Tags: BloomingVeg, vegan, Bloomington, Vegan cookout
Day of Show: $30
Get Tickets: https://fanlink.to/thearistocratstix
Public On Sale: On Sale Now
A limited amount of reserved seating upgrades are available for this show. To check availability and reserve your table, contact [email protected]!
Tags: The Aristocrats, Travis Larson, Live Music, Hi-Fi Indy
Sun King Brewery & MOKB Present
Billy Bob Thornton & The Boxmasters
Monday, July 22nd @ HI-FI
Doors 7PM / Show 7PM
All shows 21+
Day of Show: $50
Get Tickets: https://fanlink.to/theboxmasterstix
Partner Pre Sale: Thursday, May 9th 10AM – 10PM EST
Public On Sale: Friday, May 10th 10PM EST
A limited amount of reserved seating upgrades are available for this show. To check availability and reserve your table, contact [email protected]!
Tags: Billy Bob Thornton & The Boxmasters, Live Music, Hi-Fi Indy