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20

Thu

Women’s Leadership Online Summit: Leading Change at Work and Beyond

Thu, Sep 20, 2018 10:00 AM - Thu, Sep 27, 2018 10:00 AM @

It’s time to rewrite the rules of power
Learn How Top Women CEOs, Community Leaders,
and Researchers Are Leading Change—And How You Can, Too!

Join us for this FREE 8-day broadcast!

Get practical tips to amplify your voice, build your capacity for risk-taking, and overcome barriers to your personal success

Learn best practices to equip your team or organization with the best strategies to support women leaders at every level

Get the tools you need to dismantle the systemic issues that hold women back

Connect with a diverse community of women to access and offer support to lift up all of us

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Sep

22

Sat

Holler On The Hill ’18

Sat, Sep 22, 2018 11:00 AM - Sat, Sep 22, 2018 10:00 PM @ Garfield Park Arts Center - Indy Parks and Recreation

MOKB Presents:

Holler On The Hill
Garfield Park | Indianapolis, IN
Saturday and Sunday, September 22-23
Gates Open: 11 a.m. each day | All Ages

Featuring performances by:
St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Moon Taxi,
Colter Wall, Amanda Shires, Jamestown Revival, Hayes Carll, Blitzen Trapper, John Paul White, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Billy Strings, Jade Bird, The Detroit Cobras, Otis Gibbs, Jesse Dayton, Joe Pug, Lydia Loveless, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Alex Williams & Many More!

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW
View the full lineup and purchase tickets at http://cli.re/hollerlineup

Two-day Festival Pass: $75 (Early) / $85 (Regular)
Single-day Reserved Seating: $65 / Single-day General Admission: $48

A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit five community organizations including the Indiana Farmers Union, Indiana Forest Alliance, Hoosier Organic Marketing Education – H.O.M.E., Garfield Park Farmers Market, and Indianapolis Parks Foundation.

Brought to you by: Sun King Brewing Company | Revolution Brewing | Old Forester Bourbon | Indy Parks and Recreation | Kolman Dental, P.C. | WTTS | Do317 & many more.

Interested in sponsoring Holler On The Hill, volunteering or being an on site food truck, artisan, or maker? Visit https://holleronthehill.com/contact/

We will be posting information on holleronthehill.com in the coming weeks with updated lists of permitted and non-permitted items, FAQ, experience details and parking and event maps.

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Sep

22

Sat

2018 Rocky Ripple Festival

Sat, Sep 22, 2018 11:00 AM - Sat, Sep 22, 2018 6:00 PM @ Rocky Ripple

An art-filled, high energy day of live music, local art, creative activities, delicious food, craft beer and wine by local vendors. Over eighty artists, six bands, popular kids’ activity area, drum circle, performance art and more! A fun day for all ages! FREE ADMISSION.

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Sep

22

Sat

Ride for the Mounds 2018

Sat, Sep 22, 2018 11:00 AM - Sat, Sep 22, 2018 7:00 PM @ Canoe Country

Join the Hoosier Environmental Council for a bicycle adventure–the 4th Annual Ride for the Mounds (Greenway)!

Starting and ending at Canoe Country in Daleville, ride along scenic country roads roughly following the course of the free flowing West Fork White River near potential routes of the Mounds Greenway. See for yourself the existing trails, parks, hardwood forests and wetlands, and historic resources that the Mounds Greenway seeks to conserve and connect.

WHO:

Anyone who wants to show their support for HEC’s Mounds Greenway Plan to connect Muncie to Anderson, and ultimately, Indianapolis, while preserving the free flowing White River

WHAT:

A scenic bike ride to support the Mounds Greenway, post-ride food, drink, and prize drawing, followed by optional camping and fireside camaraderie along our White River

3 routes for all skill sets with staggered start times:

45 mile ride departs at 12:30 PM

  • SAG stop at Greenway 500 Bike Shop right across the street from the Medford Trailhead on the Cardinal Greenway
  • 45 mile ride route map
  • Will be marked with orange arrows
  • Please note that on-pavement markings are not allowed on the White River and Cardinal Greenway portions of this route which will instead be marked with staked signs.

25 mile ride departs at 1:45 PM

  • SAG stop at Kirk’s Bike Shop in Muncie (off the corner of Jackson and Walnut)
  • 25 mile ride route map
  • Will be marked with yellow arrows
  • Please note that on-pavement markings are not allowed on the White River Greenway portion of this route which will instead be marked with staked signs.

15 mile ride departs at 2:15 PM

  • Mobile support provided by Pro Bikes, Ltd.
  • 15 mile ride route map
  • Will be marked with green arrows

WHEN:

Saturday, September 22, 2018 (check-in begins at 11:00 AM)

WHERE:

All rides start and finish at Canoe Country in Daleville: 6660 S Co Rd 900 W, Daleville, IN 47334

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Sep

22

Sat

Indy Jazz Fest Block Party 2018

Sat, Sep 22, 2018 3:00 PM - Sun, Sep 23, 2018 12:30 AM @ The Jazz Kitchen

#IJF20 Closing night celebration with music inside and out on the corner of 54th Street and College Avenue. Join us for food, drinks and great music. It’s a party! Adults 21+.

Outside Yats Stage:

3:15p | Kenny Phelps Experience
4:30p | Charlie Ballantine – Life is Brief, The Music of Bob Dylan
5:45p | Tad Robinson + Kevin Anker
7:00p | Tucker Brothers Group – Nick Tucker, Joel Tucker, Brian Yarde, Sean Imboden
8:15p | Premium Blend – Jared Thompson, Ryan Taylor, Steven Jones, Brian Yarde
9:30p | Bashiri Asad & Xenobia Green

Inside on The Jazz Kitchen Stage:

3:45p | Avenue Indy + Rachel Caswell – Jeff Conrad, Rich Cohen, Larry Sauer
5:00p | Ball State Sextet – Mark Buselli, Freddie Mendoza, Scott Routenberg, Cassius Goens, Nick Tucker
6:15p | Dave Stryker Organ Trio
7:30p | Steve Allee Music Trio + Sophie Faught Music & Frank Glover
8:45p | The Rad Trads
10:00p | Clint Breeze and The Groove
11:15p| Pavel & Proyecto 54 Salsa Band

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Sep

22

Sat

Rock the Ruins

Sat, Sep 22, 2018 4:00 PM - Sat, Sep 22, 2018 10:00 PM @ Holliday Park - Indy Parks and Recreation

ROCK THE RUINS
Join the 1st annual Rock the Ruins fundraising event at Holliday Park. Enjoy beer, BBQ, and 5 great bands!
Saturday, Sep. 22, 4-10 pm

Live Music, 5-10 pm:
Premium Blend
Jefferson St. Parade Band
TribeSouL
Gypsy_Moonshine
Endiana

Food & Drinks (available for purchase):
– BRICS Ice Cream
– City Barbeque
– Flat12 Bierwerks Indianapolis

Purchase tickets at www.HollidayPark.org/RockTheRuins
General admission $5/person. Kids under age 10 are FREE.
VIP Tent admission $100/person.

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Sep

22

Sat

Russ Baum with Joey Harkum Band

Sat, Sep 22, 2018 7:30 PM - Sat, Sep 22, 2018 10:00 PM @ Grove Haus

Join us for this fantastic folk/rock line-up featuring Russ Baum, Joey Harkum Band, and Angel & The Preacher.

These artists are here to have a great time while supporting the Indiana community. Your ticket purchase will help provide a generous donation to St. Marys Child Center of Indianapolis at the completion of the tour!

St. Mary’s Child Center, founded in 1961, provides services to children who have or are at risk of learning or emotional problems. Through their preschool program, they offer intensive early intervention services for three to five-year-old children who have experienced poverty, abuse, neglect, parents with disabilities or addictions, and violence in their home or neighborhood. Their children have difficulty acquiring the social, emotional, and cognitive skills needed for success in school and later in life. Early intervention services result in long term benefits for disadvantaged children. St. Mary’s serves 279 children from all over Marion County. In addition, no child has ever been denied services at St. Mary’s for financial reasons. They can change the course of a child’s life.

Thank you for supporting the Nearest N Dearest tour. If you have any questions, please contact us by email at yujinmusicmoves@gmail.com.

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Sep

22

Sat

Oranje 2018

Sat, Sep 22, 2018 8:00 PM - Sat, Sep 22, 2018 12:00 AM @ Coca Cola Bottling Plant

ORANJE returns for its 14th and final event on Saturday, September 22, 2018 at the historic Coca Cola bottling plant on Mass Ave (the future site of the Bottleworks District).

Like past events, ORANJE will feature contemporary artists, original music acts, DJs, fashion shows, performance artists, food, craft beer & cocktails – all taking place on one night in a downtown, industrial vibe. The interactive experience of art and music known as ORANJE is an event unlike any other. You do not want to miss this final event from the organizers of ORANJE!

Details about artists, musicians and sponsors can be found at oranjeindy.com. Make sure to follow us our our social media accounts for regular updates and participant spotlights throughout the summer.

A portion of the proceeds from ORANJE 2018 will benefit the Harrison Center Cultural Entrepreneurship program, as well as Kammy’s Kause.

ORANJE is a 21 & over event. EVERYONE MUST HAVE A VALID PHOTO I.D. TO ENTER THE GROUNDS THAT NIGHT.

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Sep

23

Sun

ASTROLOGY SUMMIT 3.0

Sun, Sep 23, 2018 12:00 AM - Sat, Sep 29, 2018 12:00 AM @

Join 23 Astrologers, Physicists & Spiritual Leaders for FREE
with Over 20 Hours of Powerful, Life-Changing Teachings

This unprecedented gathering of scientists, astrologers, and spiritual leaders runs from September 23 through 29, and will wake you up to a new awareness, and give you the tools to create a more meaningful and connected life.

Each physicist, astrologer and spiritual leader speak to both WHY we are here, WHAT the actual landscape of our existence is, and HOW to reconnect to our purpose.

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Sep

23

Sun

Holler On The Hill ’18

Sun, Sep 23, 2018 11:00 AM - Sun, Sep 23, 2018 10:00 PM @ Garfield Park Arts Center - Indy Parks and Recreation

MOKB Presents:

Holler On The Hill
Garfield Park | Indianapolis, IN
Saturday and Sunday, September 22-23
Gates Open: 11 a.m. each day | All Ages

Featuring performances by:
St. Paul and The Broken Bones, Moon Taxi,
Colter Wall, Amanda Shires, Jamestown Revival, Hayes Carll, Blitzen Trapper, John Paul White, The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band, Billy Strings, Jade Bird, The Detroit Cobras, Otis Gibbs, Jesse Dayton, Joe Pug, Lydia Loveless, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Alex Williams & Many More!

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW
View the full lineup and purchase tickets at http://cli.re/hollerlineup

Two-day Festival Pass: $75 (Early) / $85 (Regular)
Single-day Reserved Seating: $65 / Single-day General Admission: $48

A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit five community organizations including the Indiana Farmers Union, Indiana Forest Alliance, Hoosier Organic Marketing Education – H.O.M.E., Garfield Park Farmers Market, and Indianapolis Parks Foundation.

Brought to you by: Sun King Brewing Company | Revolution Brewing | Old Forester Bourbon | Indy Parks and Recreation | Kolman Dental, P.C. | WTTS | Do317 & many more.

Interested in sponsoring Holler On The Hill, volunteering or being an on site food truck, artisan, or maker? Visit https://holleronthehill.com/contact/

We will be posting information on holleronthehill.com in the coming weeks with updated lists of permitted and non-permitted items, FAQ, experience details and parking and event maps.

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Sep

23

Sun

Auditions for Overcoming Fear

Sun, Sep 23, 2018 1:00 PM - Sun, Sep 23, 2018 6:00 PM @ HoiTEA ToiTEA

Our topic for the next Walk the Talk is Overcoming Fear. Overcoming Fear is something everyone has faced. Fear comes in many different ways, as in fear of achieving, loving, meeting people, trying something new, change, the future of the world, and the list goes on and on. Overcoming it can be through strength, encouragement, faith, love, luck, and many other ways. If you have a passionate story about overcoming fear we’d love for you to audition.

Date:
Auditions for Overcoming Fear are on Sept. 22nd and Sept. 23. Audition slots will be between 1:00 and 6:00 pm. Auditions will be in Broad Ripple, and the event will be at the historic Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington, IN on October 24th. With regard to auditioning, we ask that you prepare a 10 minute memorized speech/story based on the topic, what you feel about it and/or how it has influenced your life.

Where?
Auditions will be at HoiTea ToiTea Café’ at 6283 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46220 in Broad Ripple in their conference room. Auditions are by reservation only.

If you’re Interested in Auditioning:
Please email Steve at walkthetalkseries@gmail.com and he’ll give you a time slot and all the detailed info for auditioning. Thanks!

PS Part of this audition is to overcome the fear of speaking to a large group of people. Many Walk the Talk speakers were first-timers, so fear not! Check out our talks on www.youtube.com/walkthetalkspeakerseries.

(There is on-street parking or a parking garage directly across the street.)

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Sep

23

Sun

Ableton Musical Chairs Producer Event

Sun, Sep 23, 2018 3:00 PM - Sun, Sep 23, 2018 5:30 PM @ The Lodge Academy

The Lodge Recording Studios is hosting another free Musical Chairs event. This is a great opportunity to network and learn from other Ableton users and local music producers.

ANYONE IS INVITED. However, only those with experience using Ableton Live are invited to participate. (Any level of user experience is fine.)

*** EVENT DETAILS ***

Studio doors will be unlocked at 2:45pm (15 minutes before event)

Participants will be divided into 2 separate groups in Studio B and Studio C. Everyone in their assigned group will take turns rotating every 15 minutes to produce a song within the same Ableton group project.

*** PRODUCER RULES ***

1. If you want to participate producing in a group, you must arrive by 3:00 pm to sign up, and have some experience making music in Ableton Live.

2. When it is your turn, you can undo anything anyone else created, and can produce whatever you choose. Must stay within the same Ableton Live project your group started with ufrom scratch.

3. You can only use instruments and devices native to Ableton Live. YOU CAN bring your own samples to use on a USB flash drive.

4. When it’s not your turn, you are not able to touch the computer, MIDI controllers, or gear, but can help others in your group.

5. Each group will have access to a Push 2 and APC40mkii controller. We will have a Macbook Pro laptop connected to the studio’s speaker monitors.

6. You can bring a line-in instrument such as a mic or guitar to record during your turn. You must bring your own mic/ instrument and cable to plug-in…

QUESTIONS:
Email Dan@thelodgestudios.com

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Sep

23

Sun

Veg Around The World

Sun, Sep 23, 2018 5:30 PM - Sun, Sep 23, 2018 7:30 PM @ Cowork

Join us for our annual “Veg Around the World” potluck to celebrate Lotus Education & Arts Foundation!

Bring a dish to share that is inspired by worldly cuisine. Please only bring vegan items – but non-vegans are welcome and encouraged to attend, as always 🙂

Ideas: Chana masala, posole, dumplings, pad thai, mexican rice, salsa, irish soda bread… desserts welcome too!

This is taking place at 213 S Rogers Street. To get to the parking lot, approach going west-bound on 3rd street and turn right before you hit Rogers.

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Sep

24

Mon

24th Annual Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC) Meeting

Mon, Sep 24, 2018 5:30 PM - Mon, Sep 24, 2018 8:00 PM @ The Sol Center

Join us on September 24, 2018 at 5:30 p.m. as we celebrate 24 years of serving Indianapolis neighbors and neighborhoods! We will have interactive activities, neighbor networking, and voting on our 13th Annual Collaborative Spirit Award!

Don’t miss out on a night of celebrating YOU- our neighbors!

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Sep

24

Mon

Antwan Houser, UPLIFT

Mon, Sep 24, 2018 6:00 PM - Mon, Sep 24, 2018 7:00 PM @ Rathskeller Restaurant

Antwan Houser, a Pastor and United States Navy Veteran, is a dedicated leader who loves working with and impacting the lives of youth and young adults in all facets of life. Houser currently serves as the minister over the Young Adult Ministry at Emmanuel MBC in Indianapolis, IN under the leadership of Pastor Dr. Daryl K. Webster, and his role at Emmanuel has afforded him with the great opportunity to pour into the lives of youth and young adults for over 10 years. Antwan has always had a thirst and desire to work in and be a community leader and a humbled yet prominent voice for the community.

With the amount of increased crime and murders that had taken place in our city, he felt that it was time for him to step up. Since those committing the crime were closer to his age group and generation, yet no one from his generation had stepped up to speak out against the crimes. Antwan sensed that there was no better time of uniting together as young pastors, preachers and leaders to stand and joining the fight becoming the voice for this generation. Antwan being committed to improving the quality of life of the City of Indianapolis along with its communities and generations of today and future founded and is the president of UPLIFT (United Pastors & Leaders Influencing Future Transformations). In the foundation Antwan states “We don’t take away from and will continue to pay homage to the senior pastors and leaders in the community that have labored and are laboring to make our city a better place to live and raise families. We as the younger generation want to help and do our part.”

Under his leadership UPLIFT also developed a young men’s program named UPLIFT G.O.A.L.S. (Gentlemen Overcoming and Achieving Life Situations) as well as a young ladies program UPLIFT P.E.A.R.L.S. (Preparing Equipping Affirming Respectful Ladies for Success) where both programs go back to the basics of what it means to be a gentleman and lady. Antwan additionally finds time to visit and partner with schools, to include Colleges, Indianapolis Public Schools, schools within Lawrence and Pike Townships as well as Charter schools speaking about the importance of education, giving back to your community, by not becoming a negative statistic but a positive product as well as being the best that they can be not just in school, but in life.

Join us and hear Houser’s story and how we may be able to help him advance his mission in the community.

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Sep

24

Mon

Say NO to City County Council efforts to harm the Homeless!

Mon, Sep 24, 2018 6:30 PM - Mon, Sep 24, 2018 8:00 PM @ Indianapolis City-County Building

Minority Leader Michael McQuillen and Republican Councilor Susie Cordi will be introducing a Sit-Lie Ordinance on Sept. 24th that will target the homeless and further criminalizing the poor. The people need to call their councilor’s and tell them to vote no for this introduction. This is a form of gentrification and pushing out the marginalized community nothing other than creating an image that is a false narrative. Attacking individuals as opposed to the systems that harm the individuals.

Show up with your signs, your voices, and with the community to say NO to criminalizing the homeless!

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Sep

26

Wed

Auditions for Overcoming Fear

Wed, Sep 26, 2018 1:00 PM - Wed, Sep 26, 2018 6:00 PM @ HoiTEA ToiTEA

Our topic for the next Walk the Talk is Overcoming Fear. Overcoming Fear is something everyone has faced. Fear comes in many different ways, as in fear of achieving, loving, meeting people, trying something new, change, the future of the world, and the list goes on and on. Overcoming it can be through strength, encouragement, faith, love, luck, and many other ways. If you have a passionate story about overcoming fear we’d love for you to audition.

Date:
Auditions for Overcoming Fear are on Sept. 22nd and Sept. 23. Audition slots will be between 1:00 and 6:00 pm. Auditions will be in Broad Ripple, and the event will be at the historic Buskirk-Chumley Theater in Bloomington, IN on October 24th. With regard to auditioning, we ask that you prepare a 10 minute memorized speech/story based on the topic, what you feel about it and/or how it has influenced your life.

Where?
Auditions will be at HoiTea ToiTea Café’ at 6283 N College Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46220 in Broad Ripple in their conference room. Auditions are by reservation only.

If you’re Interested in Auditioning:
Please email Steve at walkthetalkseries@gmail.com and he’ll give you a time slot and all the detailed info for auditioning. Thanks!

PS Part of this audition is to overcome the fear of speaking to a large group of people. Many Walk the Talk speakers were first-timers, so fear not! Check out our talks on www.youtube.com/walkthetalkspeakerseries.

(There is on-street parking or a parking garage directly across the street.)

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Sep

26

Wed

Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center Workshop: Intro to Asset Based Community Development

Wed, Sep 26, 2018 6:00 PM - Wed, Sep 26, 2018 7:30 PM @ The Sol Center

ABCD focuses on how to organize people in communities, including effective use of existing community assets in neighborhoods. Through a series of exercises that build community, participants learn how to reach out to neighbors, bring them together to address problems, work toward shared goals, and build strong and organized communities. The mapping portion of the session will assist participants in identifying and discovering the obvious and hidden assets within their communities. Participants will begin to work on individual, associational, institutional, and community mapping tools for their neighborhoods and learn how to apply this information to connect issues and needs with assets.

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Sep

27

Thu

IUPUI Urban Garden Volunteer Events

Thu, Sep 27, 2018 9:15 AM - Thu, Sep 27, 2018 12:00 PM @ DIGS IUPUI

Spring at IUPUI means garden prep. At the IUPUI New York Street Garden, garden beds need to be reshaped and prepared for planting, irrigation needs to be run, plants and seeds need to be planted. These task involve light labor such as digging, carrying materials, and getting dirty. The Garden Manager will perform all tasks with volunteers. If you want to learn about gardening, or if you just want to work outside, this is the volunteer opportunity for you.

Register at: http://vhub.at/ckiupui

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Sep

27

Thu

Garfield Park Neighborhood Night at the Sunken Beer Garden

Thu, Sep 27, 2018 6:00 PM - Thu, Sep 27, 2018 8:30 PM @ Garfield Park Conservatory - Indy Parks and Recreation

If you haven’t made it to the Sunken Beer Gardens on Thursday nights, this is the night for you! We have put together an action-packed evening to benefit a neighborhood we all know and love, Garfield Park! Enjoy live music from local artists Duncan G Kissinger and Adam Kuhn, grab a bite to eat from our new neighbors Beach Bum Barbecue, and get creative with custom Garfield Park block prints – or make your own design. All tips for the night go to Garfield Park Neighbors Association!

Celebrate one of our city’s most beautiful gardens and public places every Thursday evening. Play some games, relax, get creative, and socialize at this family friendly place while taking in the sunset and fountains. And enjoy local craft beer and great music. In partnership with Indianapolis Parks Foundation, Indy Parks and Recreation, Friends of Garfield Park, Inc., Sun King Brewing Company, Centerpoint Brewing, Upland Brewing Company, and Flat12 Bierwerks Indianapolis. Part of Big Car’s Spark Placemaking program with promotional support from 99.1 WQRT FM.

Kids and dogs are allowed. You can bring in a picnic. All ages. Beer is for 21-plus only and must be purchased. Otherwise free to attend. Some seating available, including hammocks. You can bring your own blanket or lawn chair. The Conservatory will be open to visitors with restrooms at no charge. You can always decorate and write your own special sunken garden postcards that we’ll mail for you for free.

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