Sun King Brewing Company, Indy CD & Vinyl & MOKB Present
Owen w/ Special Guests TBD
Friday, February 22, 2019 @ HI-FI
Doors 8PM / Show 9PM
All shows 21+
Advance Tickets: $15
Day of Show Tickets: $15
Get tix: https://ticketf.ly/2zu0yXs
A limited amount of reserved seating upgrades are available for this show. To check availability and reserve your table, contact [email protected]
Win tickets at Do317.com
Tags: Live Music, Hi-Fi Indy, Owen
Celebrate the release of the full-length “Mild Agoraphobia” album on vinyl!
The physical version of the record becomes fully available on February 22, so let’s party it up in style at Healer!
Special guest performers include:
Robin Goodfellow (solo)
Admission is $5 at the door, all ages permitted.
Doors open at 7:00, music starts at 8:00.
Don’t miss it…..
Tags: Live Music, art, Mark Dippel Vinyl Release Show, Nate B, Robin Goodfellow, Healer
Do you love animals? Have you thought about enrolling in a Yoga Teacher Training Program in the past?
This is a unique opportunity to do something good for yourself, while helping other beings out who need us.
There is no other program near us that offers a program quite like this one. Bright From The Heart Wellness will be hosting a Certified Yoga Teacher Training Program on the Uplands PEAK property (Freedom, IN.). One weekend per month (with two online months) we get to share this amazing experience of creating positive energy for a nonprofit whose purpose is to provide a safe space for rescued farm animals, and to educate the public as to the part we each play through compassionate choices.
By investing in your wellness through this program, 20% per student investment + 100% of overnight fees will be donated to the beautiful beings that now get to call PEAK home, as well as to the upkeep of PEAK grounds and buildings.
This is not yoga with animals, this is literally yoga FOR animals.
Tags: Certified Yoga Teacher Training, Uplands PEAK Sanctuary
Sketches by Dominic Senibaldi
Artist and Co-Mastermind behind CatHead Press will display his work at Storage Space Gallery on Friday the 22nd of February 6p-10p located at 121 E. 34th St. Indianapolis, IN 46205
Tags: Sketches by Dominic Senibaldi, CatHead Press, art, Storage Space
Gain the skills to run your kitchen. Register for We Run This’ ServSafe Workshop to earn your ServSafe Manager Certificate. The class will be Tuesday, August 28th, 2018 from 8:00am-6:00pm. Lunch and snacks provided for an additional fee. Registration is $100 and includes, class instruction and exam voucher. For more information on the course, please contact [email protected]
Tags: We Run This, ServSafe Manager Certificate, food handling, workshop, nonprofit
Thursday, February 21, 2019
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Carmel Clay Public Library
55 4th Avenue Southeast, Carmel, IN 46032
Much environmental attention has been focused on decisions in the White House and the US Congress, but decisions made at the Indiana General Assembly matter greatly for Indiana’s environment, and for Indiana’s approach to agriculture, energy, and transportation.
Jesse Kharbanda, the Executive Director of the Hoosier Environmental Council, will provide an overview of environmental-related developments in the 2019 Indiana legislative session and how you can actively take part. Click here to see Hoosier Environmental Council’s current areas of focus for 2019.
Also, new districts for Congress and the state legislature will be drawn in 2021 and if nothing changes, politicians will control the redistricting process and once again, be allowed to pick their voters. That creates a lot of problems, like non-competitive elections and elected officials who have to please party loyalists, not independent voters.
Our second speaker, Julia Vaughn, Policy Director for Common Cause Indiana, will let us know what is happening in Indiana to reform redistricting and how you can help pass legislation to put a bipartisan and diverse group of citizens in charge of drawing maps. Click here to see Common Cause Indiana.
Tags: environmental-related developments in the 2019 Indiana legislative session, nonprofit, environment, Hoosier Environmental Council, Common Cause, Carmel Green Initiative, Carmel Clay Public Library
*Finding Joy Right Where You Are*
This month, we will explore how to reconnect to our innate capacity for joy and feeling good. Our time will include a keynote talk, a reflection activity, and a guided meditation. Together, we will begin resolving the disconnections and judgments that keep us separate and stuck as well as learning practices to invite, encourage and embrace joy (right now!).
Investment: $8 at the door
Join us every third Thursday of the month from 6-7 PM to connect, align, and deepen your experience. Each month we will share and explore a different mindfulness topic.
Tags: Finding Joy Right Where You Are, Fitness Farm
Sun King Brewing Company & IndyMojo Presents
The Movement w/ KBong (Acoustic), Indyca
Wednesday, February 20th @ HI-FI
Doors 8PM / Show 9PM
All Shows 21+
Public On Sale: Friday, December 14th 11AM
To reserve a VIP Table for this show
email [email protected]!
Tags: The Movement w/ KBong (Acoustic), Indyca, live music, reggae, Hi-Fi Indy
Our Walk the Talk experience for 2019 begins with the topic of Manifest: Anything is Possible, Wednesday, February 20th at The Athenaeum. Doors open at 7:pm; show starts at 7:45pm.
We are powerful creators, more powerful that even fathomable. We are powerful because we are extensions of source power and live by the universal Law of Attraction. The law of attraction is always steadfastly delivering what we have consciously or unconsciously asked for through our focus, our thoughts and most especially our feelings. We are always in the process of manifesting and creating our lives. This is good news because it means we can change our thoughts to change our world. We can learn to come from an empowered place and use this law to manifest the life of our dreams.
Doors open at 7:00 PM and the show starts at 7:45 PM. The speaker series will include six speakers who will share their stories on the topic of manifesting. The show will also feature live Rock n’ Roll music, confetti, our super cool master of ceremonies, and will wrap up with our motivational balloon drop.
If you’re interested in auditioning, auditions are Jan. 16, 2019. For more info please email Steve at [email protected]
Thanks for helping us create an epic shift in people’s consciousness! #WalkTheTalkTribe
Tags: universal Law of Attraction, Walk the Talk, Live Music, balloon drop, motivational speakers
Rejoice with solemn songs and subterranean hymns that rumble beneath feet and set plants to quake and send life to seed. Rejoice, knowing that you are here, that we are here, that all things that have ever been have been waiting for you to be here.
Doors at 7PM, show at 8PM
All ages welcome, 21+ guests may purchase beer/wine
$5 admits one, welcomes one to the everlasting dance
No outside beverages
Tags: Live Music, art, Church Girls, Fern Murphy, Mogon, Dana Skully, Healer
The East Side Marketspace is hosting its first farmers market of 2019!
Mark your calendar!
We will have everything you need! Dinner will be available so save yourself the energy from cooking & cleaning!
Tacos from Sazon Mexican Cuisine
Sloppy Joe’s sandwiches from Amazing Hazel’s Sauces
Baked Breads & Treats from Primally Inspired Eats
Krauts, Kimchi, & Ferments from Metta Gardens
Fresh Carrots & MicroGreens from Humble Harvest
Hot & Bagged Coffees from Circadian Coffee
Dessert in Jars from IndyJars
Herbal Salts from Herbal Kindness
Triple Washed Gee from Elemenses
Frozen Poultry foods from Miller Family Poultry
Eat Fresh Baskets from Indy’s Community Food Co-op
We will have all of the very best of all your personal care goods covered too!
Spruce + Bee Lip gloss, salve, bath salts, lotions, & dry shampoo.
Body Eclectic Skin Care Soaps, lotions, deodorant, & more.
This week we will now have art from local artists!
The Kids Corner will feature a local artist providing an activity for children of all ages and their parents!
Bring your self, family, & friends! Invite all.
We are located at 1125 E. Brookside Ave. Indpls, IN 46202
Go into the small parking lot to the back right (SW) corner. The entrance is in the first glass door next to the big red barn type door. This is also next door to the brewery.
Parking is available in the small lot, along the street, and large fenced lot.
Tags: The East Side Marketspace, Farmers Market, Circle City Industrial Complex, weekly
Join us to celebrate conservation at the Marion County Soil and Water Conservation District Annual Meeting!
The SWCD holds annual meetings to report activities, financial affairs, elect supervisors, and to provide a space for Marion County residents to engage.
We are excited to welcome guest speaker Alena Jones, co-founder and COO of the Bellfound Farm, an initiative of the Women’s Fund of Central Indiana. The Bellfound Farm is a developing urban farm with a mission to provide at-risk young women wraparound supports to help them reach long-term economic security.
Tags: Marion County Soil & Water Conservation District, Annual Meeting
Abandon all illusory lines and boundaries to welcome new faces to our humble space. Let simple handshakes sprout new friendships as our walls are consecrated with new sounds. Adorn our chambers with your consciousness: your presence makes us continually new.
Opportunities to be made new presented by:
Doors at 7:30 PM, show at 8:30 PM
$5 for admittance
All ages, beer/wine available for those 21+
No outside beverages
Tags: Live Music, art, Balms, Jet Setting, VV Torso, Healer
+ Be inspired by a night of short films about Indiana’s wild beauty…and passionate defenders of wild places across the country.
+ Prize Raffle | Drinks & Concessions for sale
+ Music by The Hammer & The Hatchet (bluegrass) | Forest Gras (rock & blues)
+ Your ticket purchase benefits the Indiana Forest Alliance mission!
+ Tickets at www.buskirkchumley.org or at the door
+ Adults $25 | Students $15 | Youth $10
MUSIC: Forest Gras: rock n’ roll & blues
FILM: A Letter to Congress: Wallace Stegner’s 1960 wilderness treatise, set to dance!
FILM: Onwards Ever: Indianapolis residents creatively imagine the future of the White River (produced by Indiana Humanities)
FILM: Lost in Light: With less light pollution, see what heavens are visible
FILM: Renewal: Think Like a Scientist: In Washington state, a tribal leader reflects on a river given new life after a dam removal
MUSIC: The Hammer and The Hatchet: bluegrass Americana
FILM: Our Imperiled Forests: An animated snapshot of the fight for Indiana’s public forests (produced by IFA)
FILM: Our National Parks belong to everyone. So why are they so white? Including all in the experience of nature.
FILM: The Last Green Thread: Conservationists travel a Florida corridor, witnessing the struggle between animal survival and sprawling development
FILM: Indiana’s Wild Landscape: a vivid visual journey across the Hoosier landscapes, habitats, and seasons that we know and love (produced by WTIU)
CALL TO ACTION: Jeff Stant, IFA Executive Director
2019 Wild & Scenic Film Fest PRESENTED BY:
IU Integrated Program in the Environment & Indiana Forest Alliance
Bikesmiths Bicycle Shop – Bloomington, Indiana
Brown County Inn
Hoosier Environmental Council
Winding Waters group / Heartlands Group of the Sierra Club Hoosier Chapter
Bloomington Brewing Company
Bloomington Massage & Bodyworks
Indigo Birding Nature Tours
Lorie Lee Donoho Andrews
Mind the Gap – Protectors of the Low Gap State Wild Area
Owen–Putnam State Forest
Prairie Guest House
Rusted Moon Outfitters
Save the White River YouTube channel
Wild Birds Unlimited
Woodland Farm Nursery
Tags: Live Music, Film Screenings, 2019 Wild & Scenic Film Fest, IU Integrated Program in the Environment, Indiana Forest Alliance
Healer Indy and Dahlia Presents:
Doors at 7
Tags: Toke, Wolftooth, Archarus, Live Music, Art, Healer Indy, Dhalia Presents
Seed saving is working to protect and preserve biodiversity of seeds giving power to local food systems, education and community resource building, pollinators and cultural history as well as agricultural heritage. All are welcome to attend this free event.
Event supported by:
Females Farming Forward of Indiana Farmers Union https://www.facebook.com/femalesfarmingforward/
Indiana Farmers Union https://www.facebook.com/infarmersunion/
Indiana Farmers Union – Hemp Chapter https://www.facebook.com/IFUHemp/
Food Not Lawns https://www.facebook.com/groups/fnlindy/
Guest Speakers and Educators:
Seed Saver and Author of From Our Seeds & Their Keepers A collection of Stories by Ben Cohen https://www.facebook.com/BevinCohen @ https://www.facebook.com/SmallHouseFarm/
Lisa J Borm. Author @ https://www.facebook.com/IWalkThisWay
Tags: Seed saving, biodiversity of seeds, local food systems, agricultural heritage, Circle City Seed and Plant Swap
CARRIE NEWCOMER with pianist GARY WALTERS and AUDIO DINER
at the Irving Theater
Friday February 15
7:30p / doors 6:30p
$20 GA / $30 VIP
Carrie Newcomer is a Grammy-winning songwriter, recording artist, performer and educator. She has been described as a “prairie mystic” by the Boston Globe and one who “asks all the right questions” by Rolling Stone. Recent appearances include PBS Religion and Ethics and National Award Winning Krista Tippett’s On Being. In the fall of 2009 and 2011 Newcomer was a cultural ambassador to India invited by the American Embassy of India, resulting in her interfaith collaborative benefit album Everything is Everywhere with world master of the Indian Sarod, Amjad Ali Khan. In June 2012/13 Carrie Newcomer traveled to Kenya, Africa and The Middle East, performing in schools, spiritual communities and AIDS hospitals. Carrie has 16 nationally released albums on Available Light & Concord/Rounder including The Beautiful Not Yet, A Permeable Life and Everything is Everywhere. Newcomer has also released two companion books of poetry & essays, A Permeable Life: Poems and Essays and The Beautiful Not Yet: Poems, Essays & Lyrics. Newcomer’s first theatrical production, Betty’s Diner: The Musical was produced as part of the Purdue University 2015/2016 theatrical season and is now available to interested theaters, universities and spiritual communities. In 2016 Carrie presented the Commencement address and was awarded an honorary degree in Music for Social Change from Goshen College. Her 2017 PBS special, An Evening with Carrie Newcomer is currently playing in 200 markets across the USA, featuring songs from The Beautiful Not Yet and special commentary and conversation with Parker J. Palmer. Other collaborations with Parker J. Palmer include Healing the Heart of Democracy: A Gathering of Spirits for the Common Good and What We Need is Here: Hope Hard Times and Human Possibility. Other special collaborations include productions with neuroscientist Jill Bolte Taylor, author, Rabbi Sandy Sasso, environmental author Scott Russel Sander. Carrie tours internationally performing and presenting workshops and retreats. In June of 2018 Carrie will join again with Parker J. Palmer for anew project, The Growing Edge, with a new website, podcast and retreat.
Tags: Live Music, CARRIE NEWCOMER, GARY WALTERS, AUDIO DINER, Irving Theater
Hands clasped in noble union, souls steered by compass to our highest selves. Let us join together as humble agents to present a benefit for Indiana Youth Group. Our voices and songs wafting as anointing oils, we present this show to join Indiana Youth Group in their mission of supporting LGBTQ+ youth and to build caring communities. We shall craft the future together.
Our healing guides, you may ask?
Indian Old School
Dana Skully and the Tiger Sharks
For more on Indiana Youth Group, please visit: http://www.indianayouthgroup.org/
Doors at 7, show at 8
All ages, beer/wine available for those 21+, no outside beverages
$5 for entry, though more will be accepted. All funds raised at the door will be donated to Indiana Youth Group
Tags: live music, art, nonprofit, benefit, Indiana Youth Group, Robert Craven, Indian Old School, Dana Skully and the Tiger Sharks, Shin Guard, Healer
Surveys can be a cheap way to collect extensive data. In this module you will learn the different ways that survey data can be collected and analyzed.
Click here for registration help.
What You Will Learn
- Learn to create surveys
- Understand survey samples and estimates
- Analyze and interpret survey results
Find this in Module 1A: Framing the Problem:
- How to frame problems so that you have a specific and measurable question that can help you meet your goal
- What you want to accomplish with data (so that you can determine which data will meet your needs)
Find this in Module 2A: Finding Existing Data:
- What data already exists, and how to choose the right data source
Tags: SAVI Module 2C: Create and Use Survey Data, Social Assets and Vulnerabilites Indicator, online tool, training
Join our Outreach Coordinator, Amanda Shepherd, for the next training of HEC’s volunteer program! We will discuss potential roles that you can play in our work across the state, how to engage with citizens and legislators, opportunities for action, actions for the 2019 legislative session, and more.
Please RSVP to [email protected]
Tags: Environmental Advocate Training, Hoosier Environmental Council, nonprofit, Greening the Statehouse