Joe Marcinek Plays The Dead feat Kofi Baker

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Joe Marcinek Plays The Dead feat Kofi Baker

Sat, Sep 21, 2019 11:00 AM – Sat, Sep 21, 2019 3:00 PM Joe Marcinek Plays The Dead feat Kofi Baker

Where: The Mousetrap Bar and Grill

The Mousetrap Bar and Grill 5565 N. Keystone Ave. Indianapolis, Indiana 46220

Joe Marcinek- the man who brought us Melvin Seals, Mark karan, George porter Jr. and more- is at it again!

This time, he’s bringing the son of legendary drumming icon Ginger Baker of Cream in to play us some good old Grateful Dead and some Cream along with some of Joe’s favorite songs.

Here’s a bit about Kofi–

  • Kofi Baker made his first appearance with his father Ginger Baker in 1975 on the live UK TV show The Old Grey Whistle Test, he’s been playing before the public ever since.
  • The early 80’s found Kofi and his father playing drum duets throughout Europe. Later Kofi toured with John Ethridge (Soft Machine), gigged in London with Steve Waller (Manfred Mann) and with Randy California (Spirit). He joined Steve Marriot after Humble Pie and toured Europe.
  • Highlights of the 1990’s for Kofi were a Budapest tour with Jack Bruce, signing to Scotty Brothers Records and recording the album Lost City in ‘92, followed by the album “Abstract Logic” with Jonas Hellborg and Shawn Lane in 1994. This was followed by a variety of tours including more drum duets with Ginger Baker.
  • Now living in L.A., Kofi formed Mojo with Ric Fierabracci and Brett Garsed. Kofi then played in OHM, a jazz fusion outfit with Chris Poland (of Megadeth) on guitar and Robert Pagliari on bass, he has also toured in support on Joe Satriani’s European Tour
  • More recently Kofi has completed The Extreme Guitar Tour with Uli Jon Roth -Former Scorpions lead guitarist, Vinny Appice – DIO, Black Sabbath, Rick Derringer, John Lennon ect. Vinnie Moore – Lead guitarist with UFO.

Kofi is now living in Hobart IN. Kofi Baker’s Cream Experience is his latest inspiration – a powerful trio that rivals that of Cream.

Event tags: Joe Marcinek Band, Kofi Baker, Cream, Grateful Dead, Live Music, Mousetrap Bar & Grill

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Sat, Sep 21, 2019 Joe Marcinek Plays The Dead feat Kofi Baker

Joe Marcinek- the man who brought us Melvin Seals, Mark karan, George porter Jr. and more- is at it again!

This time, he’s bringing the son of legendary drumming icon Ginger Baker of Cream in to play us some good old Grateful Dead and some Cream along with some of Joe’s favorite songs.

Here’s a bit about Kofi–

  • Kofi Baker made his first appearance with his father Ginger Baker in 1975 on the live UK TV show The Old Grey Whistle Test, he’s been playing before the public ever since.
  • The early 80’s found Kofi and his father playing drum duets throughout Europe. Later Kofi toured with John Ethridge (Soft Machine), gigged in London with Steve Waller (Manfred Mann) and with Randy California (Spirit). He joined Steve Marriot after Humble Pie and toured Europe.
  • Highlights of the 1990’s for Kofi were a Budapest tour with Jack Bruce, signing to Scotty Brothers Records and recording the album Lost City in ‘92, followed by the album “Abstract Logic” with Jonas Hellborg and Shawn Lane in 1994. This was followed by a variety of tours including more drum duets with Ginger Baker.
  • Now living in L.A., Kofi formed Mojo with Ric Fierabracci and Brett Garsed. Kofi then played in OHM, a jazz fusion outfit with Chris Poland (of Megadeth) on guitar and Robert Pagliari on bass, he has also toured in support on Joe Satriani’s European Tour
  • More recently Kofi has completed The Extreme Guitar Tour with Uli Jon Roth -Former Scorpions lead guitarist, Vinny Appice – DIO, Black Sabbath, Rick Derringer, John Lennon ect. Vinnie Moore – Lead guitarist with UFO.

Kofi is now living in Hobart IN. Kofi Baker’s Cream Experience is his latest inspiration – a powerful trio that rivals that of Cream.

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The Fountain Ball

The Fountain Ball

Sat, Sep 21, 2019 7:00 PM – Sat, Sep 21, 2019 11:00 PM The Fountain Ball

Where: Woodruff Place

Woodruff Place 735 Woodruff Place East Dr Indianapolis, Indiana 46201

Join the neighbors of Woodruff Place for a turn-of-the-century themed grand ball!

Ladies, wear your finest! Gentlemen, dress sharp! Dance and mingle with all of Woodruff’s dapper attendees. From classic waltzes to contemporary dance, the food, drink, and merriment will give everyone a chance to enjoy a night of fun and excitement.

Late 1800s, Victorian themed formal attire encouraged but not required; fun and fundraising is the goal!

Proceeds from the Fountain Ball support the restoration of Woodruff Place’s nine historic fountains.

The purchase of your ticket includes hors d’oeuvres and two free beer or wine tickets. Highlights of the evening include Sun King beer, Easley Winery wines, a costume contest, silent auction, and more!

Event tags: neighborhood benefit, Woodruff Place, turn-of-the-century themed grand ball, dress up

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Join the neighbors of Woodruff Place for a turn-of-the-century themed grand ball!

Ladies, wear your finest! Gentlemen, dress sharp! Dance and mingle with all of Woodruff’s dapper attendees. From classic waltzes to contemporary dance, the food, drink, and merriment will give everyone a chance to enjoy a night of fun and excitement.

Late 1800s, Victorian themed formal attire encouraged but not required; fun and fundraising is the goal!

Proceeds from the Fountain Ball support the restoration of Woodruff Place’s nine historic fountains.

The purchase of your ticket includes hors d’oeuvres and two free beer or wine tickets. Highlights of the evening include Sun King beer, Easley Winery wines, a costume contest, silent auction, and more!

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Masters Retrospective II: Social Practice and Placemaking

Masters Retrospective II: Social Practice and Placemaking

Sat, Sep 21, 2019 11:00 AM – Sat, Sep 21, 2019 3:00 PM Masters Retrospective II: Social Practice and Placemaking

Where: Tube Factory artspace

Tube Factory artspace 1125 Cruft St Indianapolis, Indiana 46203

The second cohort in UIndy’s MA in Social Practice Art exhibits their work from the last year in many neighborhoods in Indianapolis and from around the state, including interactive and participatory projects in the gallery.

*Closing Reception: Thursday, September 19, 5-7 pm (Remarks at 6)*

Gallery is free to attend & open during regular Tube Factory Artspace hours.

Eve Eggleston presents a series of social practice art projects to raise community awareness of the plight of the pollinators. This recent body of work re-purposed refuse in upcycling at Rabble Coffee in Indianapolis. Her current project is using beehives for education about urban agriculture, sustainability, environmentally healthy practices, and pollinator value at IPS 39: William McKinley as part of their Learning Nature Center and at Jason Micheal Thomas’s urban farm, Indy Urban Awareness Gardens. William McKinley hosts a live honeybee hive in their gardens and is a part of a curriculum to understand honeybees and other pollinators. Through working with their Garden Club, ran by several teachers and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, the hive will provide pollination for their gardens and orchard. This project also included a full day of lectures, demonstrations, and activities for every class to familiarize the students with these issues. Part of this discussion was learning to understand not only the benefits of honeybees, but all pollinators. To address native bee populations, her thesis project expanded to include creating pollinator hotels with the Green Team of Groundwork Indy. These ongoing projects are always looking to expand. Please contact Eggleston with any inquiries or any opportunities.

Indianapolis artist Kindness AK is shaped by internal and external conflicts that have a tendency to manifest itself physically through the creative arts. Although some people would choose one specific platform to focus in, she is unconsciously drawn to multiple artistic mediums and media. Her many life experiences, ranging from scientific, therapeutic, and artistic, have become embedded tools which she uses to rediscover and accept a more competent, accountable, and positive self-narrative. The M.A. in Social Practice Art program has helped her align her passions by exploring how placemaking can encourage healing-centered engagement through community building and self-reflection. Her exploration is through a series of projects that are based on personal and professional interest. Projects displayed include Transformative conversations, Affirmation mirrors (individual and community), Trafficking, and Lyles Station. These projects all in one way or another narrate how to enhance or identify the already “existing power of resiliency” within the self and/or community to hopefully initiate more access to social justice. Her broader objective is to increase resiliency and empowerment, using art as a tool to promote critical reflection and build a more culturally inclusive lens of social justice and healing.

Writer and memoirist Sarah J. Wilson has deepened her exploration of Indianapolis’ Eastside neighborhoods through her social practice and placemaking projects. She grew up there and continues to live there. By collecting artifacts and oral history, she has expanded her creative practice in writing and memoir to more directly engage residents on the Eastside and investigate its complicated and enduring history. This summer, she has worked on the Eastside to collect local history and artifacts, especially from youth and the aging population, to create interactive social practice projects to commemorate this history and to celebrate its future.

Event tags: Eve Eggleston, series of social practice art projects to raise community awareness of the plight of the pollinators, Art

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The second cohort in UIndy’s MA in Social Practice Art exhibits their work from the last year in many neighborhoods in Indianapolis and from around the state, including interactive and participatory projects in the gallery.

*Closing Reception: Thursday, September 19, 5-7 pm (Remarks at 6)*

Gallery is free to attend & open during regular Tube Factory Artspace hours.

Eve Eggleston presents a series of social practice art projects to raise community awareness of the plight of the pollinators. This recent body of work re-purposed refuse in upcycling at Rabble Coffee in Indianapolis. Her current project is using beehives for education about urban agriculture, sustainability, environmentally healthy practices, and pollinator value at IPS 39: William McKinley as part of their Learning Nature Center and at Jason Micheal Thomas’s urban farm, Indy Urban Awareness Gardens. William McKinley hosts a live honeybee hive in their gardens and is a part of a curriculum to understand honeybees and other pollinators. Through working with their Garden Club, ran by several teachers and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, the hive will provide pollination for their gardens and orchard. This project also included a full day of lectures, demonstrations, and activities for every class to familiarize the students with these issues. Part of this discussion was learning to understand not only the benefits of honeybees, but all pollinators. To address native bee populations, her thesis project expanded to include creating pollinator hotels with the Green Team of Groundwork Indy. These ongoing projects are always looking to expand. Please contact Eggleston with any inquiries or any opportunities.

Indianapolis artist Kindness AK is shaped by internal and external conflicts that have a tendency to manifest itself physically through the creative arts. Although some people would choose one specific platform to focus in, she is unconsciously drawn to multiple artistic mediums and media. Her many life experiences, ranging from scientific, therapeutic, and artistic, have become embedded tools which she uses to rediscover and accept a more competent, accountable, and positive self-narrative. The M.A. in Social Practice Art program has helped her align her passions by exploring how placemaking can encourage healing-centered engagement through community building and self-reflection. Her exploration is through a series of projects that are based on personal and professional interest. Projects displayed include Transformative conversations, Affirmation mirrors (individual and community), Trafficking, and Lyles Station. These projects all in one way or another narrate how to enhance or identify the already “existing power of resiliency” within the self and/or community to hopefully initiate more access to social justice. Her broader objective is to increase resiliency and empowerment, using art as a tool to promote critical reflection and build a more culturally inclusive lens of social justice and healing.

Writer and memoirist Sarah J. Wilson has deepened her exploration of Indianapolis’ Eastside neighborhoods through her social practice and placemaking projects. She grew up there and continues to live there. By collecting artifacts and oral history, she has expanded her creative practice in writing and memoir to more directly engage residents on the Eastside and investigate its complicated and enduring history. This summer, she has worked on the Eastside to collect local history and artifacts, especially from youth and the aging population, to create interactive social practice projects to commemorate this history and to celebrate its future.

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Localized : Call Out Meeting

Localized : Call Out Meeting

Sat, Sep 21, 2019 2:00 PM – Sat, Sep 21, 2019 3:00 PM Localized : Call Out Meeting

Where: Tube Factory artspace

Tube Factory artspace 1125 Cruft St Indianapolis, Indiana 46203

Calling all Garfield Park and Bean Creek artists!

Set between lush trees and historic homes the Garfield Park neighborhood is a hub to a diverse community of sound, visual and preforming artists.

Localized is a juried exhibition in partnership with The Garfield Park Art Center and The Tube Factory Artspace to highlight artists of various mediums from the Garfield Park neighborhood. This exhibition will be on display during December 2019.

Join us at the Tube Factory Artspace on Saturday September 21st from 2-3pm to learn more about how to submit to the show.

Link to submit:
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Event tags: Garfield Park and Bean Creek artists, Localized is a juried exhibition, Art, Garfield Park

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Calling all Garfield Park and Bean Creek artists!

Set between lush trees and historic homes the Garfield Park neighborhood is a hub to a diverse community of sound, visual and preforming artists.

Localized is a juried exhibition in partnership with The Garfield Park Art Center and The Tube Factory Artspace to highlight artists of various mediums from the Garfield Park neighborhood. This exhibition will be on display during December 2019.

Join us at the Tube Factory Artspace on Saturday September 21st from 2-3pm to learn more about how to submit to the show.

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Holler On The Hill ’19

Holler On The Hill '19

Sat, Sep 21, 2019 12:00 PM – Sat, Sep 21, 2019 10:00 PM Holler On The Hill ’19

Where: Garfield Park – Macallister Amphitheater

Garfield Park - Macallister Amphitheater 2345 Pagoda Dr. Indianapolis, Indiana 46203

MOKB Presents
Holler On The Hill 2019
Saturday and Sunday, September 21-22
Box Office Opens: 11 a.m.
Gates Open: 12 p.m.
All Ages | Kids 5 and under are free

Holler on the HIll is an intimate, 2-day music festival taking place at historic Garfield Park. The relaxed, laid back vibe provides the perfect setting to discover new music and hang with friends and family. Some say it has a family reunion-like atmosphere and tend to agree – that’s exactly what we’re going for. Join us on September 21 & 22 and become part of the Holler family. See ya on the hill!
– 2 Days and Nights, 2 stages, 24 bands
– Local Food Trucks + Garfield Park Farmers Market
– Shop local artisans and makers on our Vendor Trail
– Sip on specialty cocktails and local craft brews
– Pull up a launch chair, or picnic table, and soak in the music
– Free kickoff show featuring Maggie Rose at HI-FI on 9/20
– Late night shows at HI-FI, White Rabbit and Dukes

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Citizen Cope, Justin Townes Earle, Murder By Death, Kristin Hersh, Will Hoge, Mipso, Lilly Hiatt, SUSTO, Katie Pruitt, Briston Maroney, The Neighbor Lady, Joshua Powell

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
Mt. Joy, Nikki Lane, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, John Moreland, American Aquarium, Red Wanting Blue, The Wild Reeds, Brent Cowles, Erin Rae, Patrick Sweany, Motherfolk, Left Lane Cruiser

Info & FAQ: holleronthehill.com
Full lineup: https://fanlink.to/hollerlineup

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW
Tickets: https://fanlink.to/hollertix

Advance GA Single Day: $50
Advance Reserved Single Day: $65
Advance GA 2-Day Pass: $90
Advance GA Reserved Pass: $120

DAY OF SHOW
GA Single Day: $55
Reserved Single Day: $70
GA 2-Day Pass: $100
GA Reserved: $130

COMMUNITY SUPPORT
A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit community organizations including Indy Parks Foundation, Garfield Park Farmers Market, and more.

SPONSORS
Sun King Brewery | Eskenazi Health | Old Forester | Captain Morgan | Don Julio Tequila | Punch Bowl Social | Tito’s Handmade Vodka | Hope Plumbing | Ash & Elm Cider Co. | Eskew Law, LLC | Old National Bank | Howl + Hide | Redline Indy

PARTNERS
Indy Parks and Recreation | WTTS | Do317 | 99.1 WQRT FM | Urban Times | Friends of Garfield Park, Inc. | Kolman Dental, P.C.

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

Event tags: Festival, Live Music, Food Trucks, Art MOKB, Holler on the Hill

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MOKB Presents
Holler On The Hill 2019
Saturday and Sunday, September 21-22
Box Office Opens: 11 a.m.
Gates Open: 12 p.m.
All Ages | Kids 5 and under are free

Holler on the HIll is an intimate, 2-day music festival taking place at historic Garfield Park. The relaxed, laid back vibe provides the perfect setting to discover new music and hang with friends and family. Some say it has a family reunion-like atmosphere and tend to agree – that’s exactly what we’re going for. Join us on September 21 & 22 and become part of the Holler family. See ya on the hill!
– 2 Days and Nights, 2 stages, 24 bands
– Local Food Trucks + Garfield Park Farmers Market
– Shop local artisans and makers on our Vendor Trail
– Sip on specialty cocktails and local craft brews
– Pull up a launch chair, or picnic table, and soak in the music
– Free kickoff show featuring Maggie Rose at HI-FI on 9/20
– Late night shows at HI-FI, White Rabbit and Dukes

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21
Citizen Cope, Justin Townes Earle, Murder By Death, Kristin Hersh, Will Hoge, Mipso, Lilly Hiatt, SUSTO, Katie Pruitt, Briston Maroney, The Neighbor Lady, Joshua Powell

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
Mt. Joy, Nikki Lane, Black Joe Lewis & The Honeybears, John Moreland, American Aquarium, Red Wanting Blue, The Wild Reeds, Brent Cowles, Erin Rae, Patrick Sweany, Motherfolk, Left Lane Cruiser

Info & FAQ: holleronthehill.com
Full lineup: https://fanlink.to/hollerlineup

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW
Tickets: https://fanlink.to/hollertix

Advance GA Single Day: $50
Advance Reserved Single Day: $65
Advance GA 2-Day Pass: $90
Advance GA Reserved Pass: $120

DAY OF SHOW
GA Single Day: $55
Reserved Single Day: $70
GA 2-Day Pass: $100
GA Reserved: $130

COMMUNITY SUPPORT
A portion of ticket proceeds will benefit community organizations including Indy Parks Foundation, Garfield Park Farmers Market, and more.

SPONSORS
Sun King Brewery | Eskenazi Health | Old Forester | Captain Morgan | Don Julio Tequila | Punch Bowl Social | Tito’s Handmade Vodka | Hope Plumbing | Ash & Elm Cider Co. | Eskew Law, LLC | Old National Bank | Howl + Hide | Redline Indy

PARTNERS
Indy Parks and Recreation | WTTS | Do317 | 99.1 WQRT FM | Urban Times | Friends of Garfield Park, Inc. | Kolman Dental, P.C.

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

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Art Squared

Art Squared

Sat, Sep 21, 2019 9:00 AM – Sat, Sep 21, 2019 6:00 PM Art Squared

Where: Discover Fountain Square

Discover Fountain Square Highlights info row image Virginia Avenue, Prospect Street, and Shelby St Indianapolis, Indiana 46203

September 21st will be a beautiful day in the Square!

The Art Squared Street Festival is a one day celebration of art and music in Fountain Square. Art Squared encompasses an Art Fair with over 100 vendor booths, an Art Parade, the Masterpiece in a Day competition and the 901 Block Party.

Art Squared is Saturday, September 21 from 11am – 6pm.

At MASTERPIECE IN A DAY you’ll find dozens of artists creating works of art throughout Fountain Square for cash prizes. If you’re more interested in finding a work of Art rather than creating one, browse the FOUNTAIN SQUARE ART FAIR where local Indiana artists and vendors come together to sell their goods. To wrap up the day, enjoy the FOUNTAIN SQUARE ART PARADE, participate and make a statement, or just watch the art move through the streets of Fountain Square. After the parade, enjoy a relaxing evening at one of Fountain Squares many restaurants or join the artists and Art Squared organizers at the 901 Block Party at the end of the parade route (901 Shelby St).

Masterpiece In A Day Registration is at 924 Shelby St. on 9/21
Art 9am – 10am
Poetry 9am – 10am
Prose 9am – 10am
Music 10am – 11am

All Masterpiece In A Day entries will be displayed at the community building at 924 Shelby St. from 6:15pm – 7:00pm on 9/21.
The top 10 entries will be displayed on the First Friday of October at the Blackline Studio offices in the Murphy building.

  • 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM: Masterpiece In A Day Registration – Art, Poetry, Prose
  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Masterpiece In A Day Registration – Music
  • 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM: Art Squared Art Fair
  • 5:00 PM: Art Squared Art Parade

Event tags: The Art Squared Street Festival, Live Music, Art Parade, food, vendors, cash prizes

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September 21st will be a beautiful day in the Square!

The Art Squared Street Festival is a one day celebration of art and music in Fountain Square. Art Squared encompasses an Art Fair with over 100 vendor booths, an Art Parade, the Masterpiece in a Day competition and the 901 Block Party.

Art Squared is Saturday, September 21 from 11am – 6pm.

At MASTERPIECE IN A DAY you’ll find dozens of artists creating works of art throughout Fountain Square for cash prizes. If you’re more interested in finding a work of Art rather than creating one, browse the FOUNTAIN SQUARE ART FAIR where local Indiana artists and vendors come together to sell their goods. To wrap up the day, enjoy the FOUNTAIN SQUARE ART PARADE, participate and make a statement, or just watch the art move through the streets of Fountain Square. After the parade, enjoy a relaxing evening at one of Fountain Squares many restaurants or join the artists and Art Squared organizers at the 901 Block Party at the end of the parade route (901 Shelby St).

Masterpiece In A Day Registration is at 924 Shelby St. on 9/21
Art 9am – 10am
Poetry 9am – 10am
Prose 9am – 10am
Music 10am – 11am

All Masterpiece In A Day entries will be displayed at the community building at 924 Shelby St. from 6:15pm – 7:00pm on 9/21.
The top 10 entries will be displayed on the First Friday of October at the Blackline Studio offices in the Murphy building.

  • 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM: Masterpiece In A Day Registration – Art, Poetry, Prose
  • 9:00 AM – 11:00 AM: Masterpiece In A Day Registration – Music
  • 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM: Art Squared Art Fair
  • 5:00 PM: Art Squared Art Parade

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Local Electoral Politics: Opportunities and Challenges

Local Electoral Politics: Opportunities and Challenges

Sun, Oct 27, 2019 3:00 PM – Sun, Oct 27, 2019 5:00 PM Local Electoral Politics: Opportunities and Challenges

Where: 16 Park Community Center

16 Park Community Center 546 East 17th Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46202

Helping the community to better analyze and make political decisions.

Join us for a discussion with community members and leaders who are looking critically at their role in electoral politics, and learn how we, as individuals, can make more informed decisions about who we choose to represent us.

PANELISTS TBA.

Event tags: discussion with community members and leaders who are looking critically at their role in electoral politics, and learn how we, as individuals, can make more informed decisions about who we choose to represent us

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Sun, Oct 27, 2019 Local Electoral Politics: Opportunities and Challenges

Helping the community to better analyze and make political decisions.

Join us for a discussion with community members and leaders who are looking critically at their role in electoral politics, and learn how we, as individuals, can make more informed decisions about who we choose to represent us.

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Okuden & Animal Reiki 2 – Indiana

Okuden & Animal Reiki 2 - Indiana

Sat, Oct 19, 2019 12:30 PM – Sat, Oct 19, 2019 7:30 PM Okuden & Animal Reiki 2 – Indiana

Where: BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki

BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki 405 W 6th St Bloomington, Indiana 47404

Japanese Reiki 2 (Okuden) and Animal Reiki 2:
Becoming a Beacon of Wellness for all Beings

Dive deeper into the traditional system of Reiki, including chanting three Reiki mantras for personal energetic development; learning the original purposes of the Reiki symbols and their connections with experiencing Earth energy (grounding), Heaven energy (spiritual peace/bliss), and a state of mind of Oneness/interconnection; and experiencing the unique practice of sharing Reiki over larger distances with “absentee”/distance Reiki techniques, so that we can develop spiritually into a beacon of wellbeing for our animal and human loved ones.

Techniques will be practiced in class, at home, and for those continuing on to Animal Reiki 2, with rescued horses at a nearby sanctuary!

Level 2 also includes wonderful insights for those interested in developing a professional practice with Reiki, including a deeper exploration of Reiki and Animal Reiki ethics and best practices.

Learn more here: http://tinyurl.com/AnimalReiki2-Bloomington

Registration open until October 16. Book in at: http://bit.ly/Okuden-Oct19-info

Course schedule:

Okuden includes 2 class sessions:
October 19 & 26 (12:30-7:30pm)

Animal Reiki 2 includes both Okuden class sessions, plus an online class session November 9 (1-4pm) and a practice day with rescued horses November 16 (11am-4pm).

Additional details:

Class sessions take place in Bloomington, Indiana. All class sessions are required.

Participants will have in-class and at-home practice assignments to enrich the learning journey with direct experience of Reiki.

Okuden can be taken separately from Animal Reiki 2 if desired.

Prerequisites for Okuden:
Reiki 1 (from any lineage).
Shoden/Japanese Reiki 1 recommended & available on October 11. Inquire for additional options including a video course.

Prerequisites for Okuden and Animal Reiki 2:
Reiki 1 and Animal Reiki 1

What will I learn in Level 2?

Japanese Reiki and Animal Reiki 2 is a complete certification course in traditional Japanese Reiki techniques (Okuden level), and an Animal Reiki practicum. In this wellness-retreat-style, multiweek training, you will encounter the “hidden/inner” teachings of the System of Reiki.

In Okuden we move further into the system of Reiki, where we begin to work more deeply with the concept of Oneness.

Okuden teachings include several new meditation tools and techniques that will enrich your practice and help you to form deeper connections with your inner grounding center, your spiritual center, and the center of your compassion, to help you remain stable and grounded, and experience Reiki more profoundly, while sharing Reiki with beings anywhere around the world.

Join us for this exciting next step in your personal self-development journey!

Book in here: http://bit.ly/Okuden-Oct19-info

Registration information: http://bit.ly/Okuden-Oct19-reg

Questions are always welcome: [email protected]

About the instructor:

Kat Forgacs, owner of BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki, is a traditional Japanese Reiki teacher certified by the International House of Reiki, and an Animal Reiki teacher certified by Animal Reiki Source. Kat also received her Reiki 1-3 certifications in Western-style Reiki. For more information on Kat’s upcoming events, please visit: BLISS Animal Reiki – Info & Q&A and http://bit.ly/BLISSReikiStudio.

Event tags: Kat Forgacs, BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki, Japanese Reiki and Animal Reiki 2

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Japanese Reiki 2 (Okuden) and Animal Reiki 2:
Becoming a Beacon of Wellness for all Beings

Dive deeper into the traditional system of Reiki, including chanting three Reiki mantras for personal energetic development; learning the original purposes of the Reiki symbols and their connections with experiencing Earth energy (grounding), Heaven energy (spiritual peace/bliss), and a state of mind of Oneness/interconnection; and experiencing the unique practice of sharing Reiki over larger distances with “absentee”/distance Reiki techniques, so that we can develop spiritually into a beacon of wellbeing for our animal and human loved ones.

Techniques will be practiced in class, at home, and for those continuing on to Animal Reiki 2, with rescued horses at a nearby sanctuary!

Level 2 also includes wonderful insights for those interested in developing a professional practice with Reiki, including a deeper exploration of Reiki and Animal Reiki ethics and best practices.

Learn more here: http://tinyurl.com/AnimalReiki2-Bloomington

Registration open until October 16. Book in at: http://bit.ly/Okuden-Oct19-info

Course schedule:

Okuden includes 2 class sessions:
October 19 & 26 (12:30-7:30pm)

Animal Reiki 2 includes both Okuden class sessions, plus an online class session November 9 (1-4pm) and a practice day with rescued horses November 16 (11am-4pm).

Additional details:

Class sessions take place in Bloomington, Indiana. All class sessions are required.

Participants will have in-class and at-home practice assignments to enrich the learning journey with direct experience of Reiki.

Okuden can be taken separately from Animal Reiki 2 if desired.

Prerequisites for Okuden:
Reiki 1 (from any lineage).
Shoden/Japanese Reiki 1 recommended & available on October 11. Inquire for additional options including a video course.

Prerequisites for Okuden and Animal Reiki 2:
Reiki 1 and Animal Reiki 1

What will I learn in Level 2?

Japanese Reiki and Animal Reiki 2 is a complete certification course in traditional Japanese Reiki techniques (Okuden level), and an Animal Reiki practicum. In this wellness-retreat-style, multiweek training, you will encounter the “hidden/inner” teachings of the System of Reiki.

In Okuden we move further into the system of Reiki, where we begin to work more deeply with the concept of Oneness.

Okuden teachings include several new meditation tools and techniques that will enrich your practice and help you to form deeper connections with your inner grounding center, your spiritual center, and the center of your compassion, to help you remain stable and grounded, and experience Reiki more profoundly, while sharing Reiki with beings anywhere around the world.

Join us for this exciting next step in your personal self-development journey!

Book in here: http://bit.ly/Okuden-Oct19-info

Registration information: http://bit.ly/Okuden-Oct19-reg

Questions are always welcome: [email protected]

About the instructor:

Kat Forgacs, owner of BLISS Reiki and Animal Reiki, is a traditional Japanese Reiki teacher certified by the International House of Reiki, and an Animal Reiki teacher certified by Animal Reiki Source. Kat also received her Reiki 1-3 certifications in Western-style Reiki. For more information on Kat’s upcoming events, please visit: BLISS Animal Reiki – Info & Q&A and http://bit.ly/BLISSReikiStudio.

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3rd Annual Good Food Festival!

3rd Annual Good Food Festival!

Sat, Oct 12, 2019 3:00 PM – Sat, Oct 12, 2019 6:00 PM 3rd Annual Good Food Festival!

Where: Kheprw Institute

Kheprw Institute 3549 Boulevard Pl Indianapolis, Indiana 46208

Join the Kheprw Institute for a very special program – our Third Annual Good Food Festival!!! Don’t miss some of Indy’s amazingly talented artists giving live performances as we celebrate grassroots community solutions that use the power of food and community to create the world we want to live in!

FOOD + VENDORS
Catered food as well as wellness vendors, info booths, farmers, face painting, chess, and more shenanigans! Door prizes! Family friendly and free event!

We will celebrate and honor our Kheprw community food programs and uplift all community efforts to improve our lives through bringing good food and good people together for the wellness of our community. The celebration will include food, local musician performances, speakers and activists from our food programs, community wellness organizers and vendors, and invitations to participate in our programs! We will be featuring our own Growin’ Good in the Hood community food growers and celebrating 3+ years of our Community Controlled Food Initiative – providing fresh food from local farmers in a cooperative model!

WHEN: Saturday October 12th, 3-6pm
WHERE: Kheprw Institute, 3549 Boulevard Pl. 46208
WHO: You and all your friends! Kids welcome and encouraged

You can still apply to be a vendor at vendors.kheprw.org. We also need volunteers! E-mail [email protected] or call 317-329-4803 x 703.

Event tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), annual celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens

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October 12, 2019 3:00 PM
October 12, 2019 6:00 PM
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Sat, Oct 12, 2019 3rd Annual Good Food Festival!

Join the Kheprw Institute for a very special program – our Third Annual Good Food Festival!!! Don’t miss some of Indy’s amazingly talented artists giving live performances as we celebrate grassroots community solutions that use the power of food and community to create the world we want to live in!

FOOD + VENDORS
Catered food as well as wellness vendors, info booths, farmers, face painting, chess, and more shenanigans! Door prizes! Family friendly and free event!

We will celebrate and honor our Kheprw community food programs and uplift all community efforts to improve our lives through bringing good food and good people together for the wellness of our community. The celebration will include food, local musician performances, speakers and activists from our food programs, community wellness organizers and vendors, and invitations to participate in our programs! We will be featuring our own Growin’ Good in the Hood community food growers and celebrating 3+ years of our Community Controlled Food Initiative – providing fresh food from local farmers in a cooperative model!

WHEN: Saturday October 12th, 3-6pm
WHERE: Kheprw Institute, 3549 Boulevard Pl. 46208
WHO: You and all your friends! Kids welcome and encouraged

You can still apply to be a vendor at vendors.kheprw.org. We also need volunteers! E-mail [email protected] or call 317-329-4803 x 703.

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Our Sacred Earth Calls for Action! – 2019 Fall Fundraiser

Our Sacred Earth Calls for Action! - 2019 Fall Fundraiser

Thu, Sep 26, 2019 6:00 PM – Thu, Sep 26, 2019 8:30 PM Our Sacred Earth Calls for Action! – 2019 Fall Fundraiser

Online Event

No longer is Climate Change a future scenario for the Earth, it is now a Climate Crisis.

As people of faith we ask:

* How can we avert this crisis?*

*What can we do to mitigate its growing threat, especially to the most vulnerable among us?*

*Where do we find hope for a greener world?*

Please join us for a special evening to acknowledge the environmental crisis around us and to explore pathways toward a healthier planet.

Enjoy the fellowship of other Earth advocates while sampling variety food and sipping wine in an enchanting, pastoral setting.

Together, we can make a difference.

Register to join us today!

https://hoosieripl.salsalabs.org/fallfundraiser2019

Event tags: Hoosier Interfaith Power and Light, Climate Change, nonprofit, activism

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Thu, Sep 26, 2019 Our Sacred Earth Calls for Action! – 2019 Fall Fundraiser

No longer is Climate Change a future scenario for the Earth, it is now a Climate Crisis.

As people of faith we ask:

* How can we avert this crisis?*

*What can we do to mitigate its growing threat, especially to the most vulnerable among us?*

*Where do we find hope for a greener world?*

Please join us for a special evening to acknowledge the environmental crisis around us and to explore pathways toward a healthier planet.

Enjoy the fellowship of other Earth advocates while sampling variety food and sipping wine in an enchanting, pastoral setting.

Together, we can make a difference.

Register to join us today!

https://hoosieripl.salsalabs.org/fallfundraiser2019


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