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15

Wed

Wed, Sep 15, 2021 5:30 PM - Sun, Sep 19, 2021 11:00 PM @ Garfield Park - Macallister Amphitheater

For this year’s jazz fest, we’re coming back with a bang. Join us for a 5 day celebration of all things jazz on September 15-19.

Headliners include Thundercat, Cory Henry, Victor Wooten, Moonchild, Marion Meadows, and more!

**Event held rain or shine – no refunds will be issued.

**At this time there are no COVID-19 restrictions, however, we reserve the right to enforce masks, temperature checks, or proof of vaccination depending on conditions/Marion County mandates.

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021
IJF Let’s Get Excited Pre-Party | Charlie Ballantine Organ Quartet
Lugar Plaza | 5:30p-7:30p

Thursday, September 16, 2021
IJF Artist Commission Series presents Steve Allee – “Vision & Legacy: A Tribute to Indy Jazz Mentors
Schrott Center for the Arts | 7:30p

Friday, September 17, 2021
IJF Artist Commission Series presents Kenny Phelps – “The Artisan”
Schrott Center for the Arts | 7:30p

Saturday, September 18 & Sunday, September 19, 2021
GARFIELD PARK – MacAllister Amphitheater

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 – Doors open at 11:30AM
8:30PM – Victor Wooten
6:45PM – Moonchild
5:00PM – Akiko Tsuruga Organ Trio featuring Jeff Hamilton & Graham Dechter
3:15PM – Rob Dixon & Trilogy
1:45PM – Jared Thompson & Premium Blend | 38th & Postmodernism
12:30PM – Kenny Banks Trio Jr. + Kenny Phelps & Nick Tucker

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 – Doors open at 11:00AM
8:30PM – Thundercat
6:45PM – Cory Henry
5:15PM – Marion Meadows | Smooth Jazz Icon
3:45PM – Native Sun | Legalize Being Black | 2020 Commission Reprise
2:20PM – Pavel & Direct Contact | El Caribe
1:00PM – Amanda Gardier Quintet featuring Greg Ward
12:00PM – Indiana All-State High School Band


Tags: Live Music, Jazz, The Jazz Kitchen, Garfield Park, Indy Jazz Fest 2021
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Sep

16

Thu

Thu, Sep 16, 2021 5:30 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 7:00 PM @ Online Event

Less milkweed means less monarchs, which have declined by more than 80% in the past two decades. Research shows, however, that city dwellers can play a key role in helping monarch and pollinator populations bounce back.

Join Field Museum ecologists Erica Hasle and Iza Redlinski, who work on the Urban Monarch and Pollinator Initiative, and learn how you can support eastern monarch populations and other pollinators through community science, civic action, and home gardening.

Register for this free event at https://tnc.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUtfuGvpjMuH91BC3zIQZf4bpzb4GiyjYNE and then a zoom link will be emailed to you.

Sponsored by: The Nature Conservancy in Indiana in partnership with the Field Museum.

Photo credit: Tom Samuelson/TNC Photo Contest 2021.


Tags: nature, Milkweed, monarchs, insects, pollinators, sustainability
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Sep

16

Thu

Thu, Sep 16, 2021 6:00 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 10:00 PM @ 320 N New Jersey St Indianapolis, IN 46204

In partnership with Citimark and Gershman Partners, Spark Placemaking and Big Car Collaborative are back for another year to host a Night Market at Lockerbie!
Thanks to our friends at Sun King Brewery, beer will also be available for purchase at the pop-up beer garden located right off the Cultural Trail on Alabama Street.

Join us for an evening downtown, full of opportunities to enjoy the local Indianapolis arts, music from Bashiri Asad, and food scene. Purchase goods from local artists and food vendors or relax and take in live music.

Vendors and food truck will be announced closer to the date. All ages // Free and open to the public.


Tags: Local, Night Market, Food Trucks, Live Music, Lockerbie
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Sep

16

Thu

Thu, Sep 16, 2021 6:00 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 9:00 PM @ Broad Ripple Brewpub

This summer, come see us at Tails and Ales. Broad Ripple Brew Pub. Multiple rescues with dogs, cats, good food (vegan options), drinks, and music in the heart of Broad Ripple along the Monon.


Tags: Alliance for Responsible Pet Ownership (ARPO), pet adoption, nonprofit, benefit, vegan
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Sep

16

Thu

Thu, Sep 16, 2021 7:00 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 8:00 PM @ Online Event

Join Cary President Joshua Ginsberg for a virtual Cary Science Conversation on the causes and social-ecological consequences of increased wildfire in the western US. A panel of experts will discuss why wildfires are on the rise, the role of climate change, the predicted fate of future forests, and ways that at-risk communities can adapt.

Large fires are becoming more frequent and severe across the western US. Since 1984, annual burned forest area has increased by about 1,100%. Lives, property, and livelihoods are routinely threatened and burned landscapes can be left ecologically transformed.

What is causing recent trends in fire activity? What will forests of the future look like? How can modeling wildfires and forest response guide adaptation strategies? These are among the questions to be explored. Panelists will also discuss the importance of tailoring fire and forest management to the local context, considering regionally specific factors like forest type, environmental conditions, and the presence of people.

Panelists will include: forest ecologist Winslow Hansen (Cary Institute), fire ecologist Phil Higuera (University of Montana), and natural resource sociologist Catrin Edgeley (Northern Arizona University).

This event will include time for audience Q&A. Free and open to all. Zoom login info will be sent with registration confirmation.

Sponsored in part by Harney & Sons Fine Teas.

 

Meet the panelists

Catrin Edgeley is an assistant professor of natural resource sociology in the School of Forestry at Northern Arizona University. As a wildfire social scientist, her research focuses on community adaptation to wildfire across diverse local contexts. Edgeley is particularly interested in how communities navigate postfire recovery, and how local experiences with past fire events influence responses to future risk. Edgeley holds a PhD in Natural Resources from the University of Idaho, and both an MSc in Risk and Environmental Hazards and a BSc in Geography from Durham University in the United Kingdom.

Winslow Hansen is a forest and ecosystem ecologist at Cary Institute of Ecosystem Studies. Hansen is investigating the changing Earth system by uncovering rules that govern interactions among forests, disturbances, and climate. His current work is focused on how wildfires and forests are changing globally, to predict where fires will pose the greatest threat, and how landscapes will change postfire. Hansen holds a PhD in Integrative Biology from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, an MSc in Forest Science from the University of Alaska, Fairbanks, and Bachelor’s degrees in Ecology and Economics from the University of Montana.

Philip Higuera is a professor of fire ecology in the Department of Ecosystem and Conservation Sciences at the University of Montana, where he directs the PaleoEcology and Fire Ecology Labs. Higuera’s research spans western North America and has revealed how fire activity varies with climate change in recent decades and the distant past, and how forest ecosystems have responded to these changes. Higuera holds a PhD in Forest Ecology and an MS in Forest Ecology, both from the University of Washington, Seattle, as well as a BA in Biology, Environmental Studies, and Geology from Middlebury College.


Tags: nonprofit, forest & ecosystem management, nature, forest fires, ecology
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Sep

16

Thu

Thu, Sep 16, 2021 7:00 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 8:30 PM @ Online Event

Non-native plants and insects cause economic and environmental damage, and can sometimes harm human health. They often replace native plants, spread quickly and can be hard to control. How can you properly identify and control invasives? Is it necessary to use pesticides or herbicides to control them? What is the best way to dispose of and replace invasive plants? How can you find native plants to plant? Join us, and share your questions, as we tackle these issues and more with experts who will share information and tips for Hoosiers.

The conversation will be moderated by Rebecca Thiele, IPB News energy/environment reporter. Panelists include:

Megan Abraham, Indiana Department of Natural Resources

Will Drews, Chair of Southern Indiana Cooperative Invasives Management

Caron Wenzel, Owner of Blazing Star, Inc. and permaculture and horticulture educator

Photo Caption: Wyatt Williams, interpretive naturalist at Spring Mill State Park, kneels down in a patch of invasive periwinkle. He says it was planted there as a ground cover.


Tags: native plant species, ecology, invasive species
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Sep

16

Thu

Thu, Sep 16, 2021 7:30 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 10:00 PM @ 2020 N White River Pkwy W Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46202

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance


Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River
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Sep

16

Thu

Thu, Sep 16, 2021 8:00 PM - Thu, Sep 16, 2021 10:00 PM @ Online Event

Every year, EFF invites the world to the Pioneer Award Ceremony to recognize leaders on the electronic frontier who are extending freedom and innovation in technology. Beginning with nominations from the public, EFF awards Barlow statuettes to both luminary individuals and groups whose contributions may be technical, social, legal, academic, economic, or cultural. You can view more information on this year’s winners here. Join us!

We are proud to present the 2021 award recipients:

Kade Crockford
ACLU Advocate Reining in Government Use of Face Surveillance
Pam Dixon
Champion of Privacy Rights Research
Matt Mitchell
Data Security Trainer Protecting Black Communities

And joining us as this year’s keynote speaker, Annalee Newitz and Charlie Jane Anders!

EFF Livestream Page
Thursday, September 16, 2021

Pioneer Award Ceremony: 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm Pacific Time

RSVP Now

This event is live and free with an optional $10 donation!

Please RSVP to let us know you can make it. Want to support EFF’s work? Pitch in an optional $10 donation when you register, or get new EFF gear and donate at eff.org/PAC-join.

Watch:
EFF Livestream Page
Simulcasts: Twitch, Facebook Live, Twitter, and YouTube Live.
A recording will be available after the program on YouTube.

If you or your company are interested in learning more about sponsorship, please contact Nicole Puller.

Accessibility:
The award ceremony will be live-captioned. Once the stream begins, captions will appear beneath the video stream on this page, or you can click here to view captions in a new window. A transcription of the stream will be available post-event.

If you need accommodations or have accessibility questions prior to the event, please contact [email protected].

EFF is dedicated to a harassment-free experience for everyone, and all participants are encouraged to view our full Event Expectations.


Tags: nonprofit, digital rights, privacy rights, Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), social justice
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Sep

17

Fri

Fri, Sep 17, 2021 12:00 PM - Sun, Sep 19, 2021 9:00 PM @ Online Event

Kicking off a global call to action to plant 1 million trees

Online, September 17-19

100% of donations to support TreeSisters reforestation efforts

Be a part of the change September 17-19 at The Shift Music Festival and Visionaries Summit by tuning in to a FREE online conference & music festival that features 100+ speakers and music artists from around the globe. This powerful lineup of changemakers, thought leaders, artists, and creatives are uniting to make a massive global impact…to replant ONE MILLION trees in order to restore ecosystems, reboot economies, and heal our relationship with Mother Earth.

Offering massive inspiration, deep transformative practices, powerful healing work, ecstatic music celebrations, and real game plans for change, The Shift Music Festival welcomes Krishna Das, Rising Appalachia, Dr. Jane Goodall, Bill McKibben, Deepak Chopra and many others to celebrate the launch of The Shift Network’s 1 million trees goal.

Here are the details:
● When: September 17-29, 2021
● What: Free Streaming event.
● Where: Register at www.ShiftMusicFestival.com
● Why: The planet is burning. Planting trees helps offset carbon emissions and gives humanity more time to avert the worst of climate catastrophe.
● Partner: 100% of donations raised go to Tree Sisters


Tags: nature, tree planting, climate change, nonprofit, Tree Sisters, sustainaibility, Live Music
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Sep

17

Fri

Fri, Sep 17, 2021 1:00 PM - Fri, Sep 17, 2021 4:00 PM @ Online Event

Under the federal Fair Housing Amendments Act passed in 1988, new multifamily residential buildings (built since March 1991) are required to be designed and constructed to provide access to people with disabilities. Despite the existence of these requirements, rental, condominium, and co-op buildings continue to be built in a non-compliant and inaccessible manner throughout New York City and the larger region. This half-day workshop will provide architects, builders, contractors, attorneys, property owners and managers, real estate professionals, disability rights advocates, public officials, civil rights leaders, fair housing enforcement agencies, and others with detailed and reliable information about federal accessibility requirements that apply to multifamily housing under the Fair Housing Act. The workshop will identify effective strategies to achieve compliance with federal accessibility laws, regulations, and requirements.


instructors

Attorney Scott P. Moore is one of the nation’s leading legal experts on design and construction requirements under the Federal Fair Housing Act. Scott served as a Deputy Chief of the Employment Litigation Section and a Senior Trial Attorney in the Housing Section of the Civil Rights Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. In those roles, Scott led the Department’s enforcement actions on some of the largest employment, ADA, and fair housing pattern or practice cases brought by the United States. Scott’s personal experience as a person with a disability who uses a wheelchair combined with over 25 years of legal experience puts him in a unique position to represent employers and housing providers on issues arising under various disability discrimination and accessibility laws.  

Larry Fleming is an architect and consultant on accessibility issues with decades of experience in the field, excellent knowledge of accessibility laws and standards, and considerable practical experience. After more than 30 years as an architect and Senior Architect with USDA’s Rural Development Agency, Larry joined E&A Team, Inc. as an Accessibility Specialist, Blueprint Review Specialist, and Instructor for Section 504, ADA and Fair Housing Accessibility. Larry is also a co-author of the multimedia ebook “Fair Housing Act Design Manual Made EZ.”


workshop details

Friday, June 11 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET

Wednesday, July 14 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET

Friday, September 17 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM ET

All workshops will be held virtually via Zoom. Login information will be sent to all registrants the week of the event.

The FHJC is listed by The NY State Board of Architecture as an approved provider of continuing education for architects licensed in New York.


Tags: Fair Housing Justice Center, nonprofit, social justice, Affordable Housing
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Sep

17

Fri

Fri, Sep 17, 2021 2:00 PM - Fri, Sep 17, 2021 4:00 PM @ Online Event

Poetry. Story Telling. Music. Wood Craft workshop on Kitchen gadgets the spoon chopping boards, the writing pen and much more.


Tags: nature, poetry, forests, story telling, live music
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Sep

17

Fri

Fri, Sep 17, 2021 3:00 PM - Fri, Sep 17, 2021 4:30 PM @ Online Event

Join the Kheprw team for the second listening session with the Indianapolis Inclusive Growth Collaboration. This collab is a network of nonprofit organizations like the Indy Chamber, CICF, and the Indianapolis Mayor’s Office.

This month, IIGC organizations are joining the Kheprw space to hear from Indy residents about your experiences with developing community: how your neighborhood has overcome adversity and provided for its people, where you need help to build your neighborhood up, and any future changes you’d like to see in your area.

Bring your stories, hard questions, and testimonies to the table and help us form new ways of doing for the Indy community!

Door prizes will be given out to ten lucky participants as well…don’t miss out!


Tags: nonprofit, Indianapolis Inclusive Growth Collaboration, discussion, social justice
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Sep

17

Fri

Fri, Sep 17, 2021 6:00 PM - Fri, Sep 17, 2021 10:00 PM @ StorageSpace

Brose will be sharing his personal work with us at Storage Space Gallery. Join us for this art opening that shows the artwork of a pillar in our art community.

“I am an artist focusing on kinetic sculpture. I have been particularly interested in motion because of the way it gives a sense of time, creates an unpredictable pattern, and demonstrates a history of growth or destruction. I have represented my ideas about movement through the use of motors, electronics, and the mechanisms I develop. My working process starts with a notion of an ideal object and a corresponding action that I want to represent, but as I begin to form the mechanism, a separate process occurs and a different entity is usually the result. Although the creation of the idea and the mechanism are distinctly different processes, if the work is successful, there is an inevitable and natural reconciliation of the two.”
Brose Partington


Tags: Art, gallery, Brose Partington, Storage Space
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Sep

17

Fri

Fri, Sep 17, 2021 7:30 PM - Fri, Sep 17, 2021 10:00 PM @ 2020 N White River Pkwy W Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46202

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance


Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River
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Sep

18

Sat

Sat, Sep 18, 2021 12:00 PM - Sat, Sep 18, 2021 10:00 PM @ 4550 Central Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46205

Think global and fest local at Global Fest coming to Indy in September 2021. Join us as we share traditions, honor heritage, and learn about cultures through food, music, art, and play.


Tags: Live Music, culture, food, art, Global Fest, nonprofit, Global Fest Indy
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Sep

18

Sat

Sat, Sep 18, 2021 12:30 PM - Sun, Sep 19, 2021 10:00 PM @ Garfield Park - Macallister Amphitheater

OUTDOORS AT THE HISTORIC GARFIELD PARK MACALLISTER AMPHITHEATER

Headliners include Thundercat, Cory Henry, Victor Wooten, Moonchild, Marion Meadows, and more!

** Event held rain or shine – NO refunds will be issued.

** At this time there are no COVID-19 restrictions, however, we reserve the right to enforce masks, temperature checks, or proof of vaccination depending on conditions and Marion County mandates.

WE STRONGLY SUGGEST THAT YOU WEAR A MASK WHEN IN CROWDS

COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place regardless of precautions that may be taken. By attending Indy Jazz Fest events, you voluntarily assume all risks, hazards and dangers related to exposure/contracting COVID-19, and voluntarily waive all claims and suits against the Indianapolis Jazz Foundation, Indy Jazz Fest, IJF Sponsors, performers, staff, Garfield Park & the City of Indianapolis.

DON’T FORGET ABOUT THE VAN RIPER / WOODARD VIP LOUNGE

INDY JAZZ FEST | 2 DAYS | 13+ BANDS – SEPT 18 & 19

More info at indyjazzfest.net

GARFIELD PARK – MacAllister Amphitheater – Outdoor, Open Air Venue

2425 Conservatory Drive, Indianapolis, IN 46203

LINE-UP

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 18 – Gates open at 11:30AM

12:30PM – Kenny Banks Jr. Trio + Kenny Phelps & Nick Tucker

1:45PM – Jared Thompson & Premium Blend | 38th & Postmodernism

3:15PM – Rob Dixon & Trilogy

5:00PM – Akiko Tsuruga Organ Trio featuring Jeff Hamilton & Graham Dechter

6:45PM – Moonchild

8:30PM – Victor Wooten Band

 

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 – Gates open at 11:00AM

12:00PM – Indiana All-State High School Band

1:00PM – Amanda Gardier Quintet featuring Greg Ward

2:20PM – Pavel & Direct Contact | El Caribe

3:45PM – Native Sun | Legalize Being Black

5:15PM – Marion Meadows | Smooth Jazz Icon

6:45PM – Cory Henry

8:30PM – Thundercat

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Wednesday, September 15, 2021

IJF Let’s Get Excited Pre-Party | Charlie Ballantine Organ Quartet

Lugar Plaza | 5:30p-7:30p | FREE EVENT

In partnership with Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Plat Collective, Rundell Ernstberger Associates.

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Indy Jazz Fest Late Night Sets

Friday, September 17,2021

Clint Breeze & The Groove

The Jazz Kitchen | 9:00PM | Doors at 8:00PM

Saturday, September 18, 2021

Mononeon

The Jazz Kitchen | 11:00PM | Doors at 10:00PM

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IJF COMMISSION SERIES DATES HAVE BEEN RESCHEDULED

NEW DATES:

KENNY PHELPS “The Artisan” – November 12, 2021 at the Madame Walker Theater

STEVE ALLEE “Vision & Vision” – December 3, 2021 at The Schrott Center for the Arts

All ticket holders will contacted shortly about the re-scheduled dates. No worries if you are unable to attend the re-scheduled dates – you will receive a full refund.


		Indy Jazz Fest 2021 image

 


Tags: Jazz, Live Music, Indy Jazz Fest, nonprofit
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Sep

18

Sat

Sat, Sep 18, 2021 1:00 PM - Sat, Sep 18, 2021 2:30 PM @ Online Event

Maria E. Hamilton Abegunde-Remembering What I’d Rather Forget


Tags: storytelling, nonprofit, Big Car, Tube Factory Artspace, Art
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Sep

18

Sat

Sat, Sep 18, 2021 2:00 PM - Sat, Sep 18, 2021 3:00 PM @ Keystone-Monon Community Garden

Come stretch in the sunshine and smell the fresh air! Yoga is by donation and a portion of the proceeds fund the Keystone-Monon Community Garden at Arsenal Park, and help us continue to sponsor community events and normalize urban agriculture. Donations can be made online at paypal.me/kmcommunitygarden or drop cash in the donation jar.

Bring your mat or towel and water bottle. There is plenty of room to spread out our mats, and we ask that everyone maintain physical distancing practices. Kids are welcome, we just ask that you help them remember to physically distance as well.

*Look for us under the trees on the west side of the park.

We hope to see y’all on Saturdays at the garden! ✌🏼❤️🌱


Tags: Yoga, wellness, online, Arsenal Park, nonprofit, Keystone Monon Community Garden
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Sep

18

Sat

Sat, Sep 18, 2021 7:30 PM - Sat, Sep 18, 2021 10:00 PM @ 2020 N White River Pkwy W Dr, Indianapolis, IN 46202

A Rising Tide is a mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River. Debuting in 2019, the program features interdisciplinary, collaborative performances. The initiative creates arts-based jobs for the Near West residents and spearheads local programs to revitalizatize the White River.

Shows and Events:

Thursday 9/9 @ 7:30 The Palace

Friday 9/10 @ 7:30 Salute to the DJs Saturday 9/11 @ 2pm Guided Nature Hike; 7:30 Fonseca Theatre Company

Thursday 9/16 @ 7:30 Gritty N’ Craft Show

Friday 9/17 @ 7:30 Son de Esquina; Saturday 9/18 @ 7:30 Mike Treez/Forward Motion

Sunday 9/19 @ 10am Nature Hike, guided hike; 2:30 Kenyetta Dance


Tags: mobile, non-invasive arts programming that brings art and nature-centered events to unlikely spaces along the shores of the White River
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Sep

19

Sun

Sun, Sep 19, 2021 11:00 AM - Sun, Sep 19, 2021 1:00 PM @ Union Chapel Indy

The Garden celebrates 25 years this Sunday with a special anniversary service, featuring guest speaker, Rev. Dr. Linda McCoy, founding pastor of The Garden.

The service will be in-person at Union Chapel Indy, located near Keystone at The Crossing.

There is a new service time of 11:00 AM, but come early for refreshments and fellowship.


Tags: church, religion, Methodist, Sunday service
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