Please join Shaman Susan Cotter, Alyssa Norwalk and Melyssa Burris for a celebration of growth and bounty with a circle of intentions, love, and learning how to create our own ceremonial bath soaks.
Tags: Shaman Susan Cotter, Alyssa Norwalk and Melyssa Burris for a celebration of growth and bounty with a circle of intentions, love, and learning how to create our own ceremonial bath soak
Poets, Activists, and Authors Tatjana Rebelle and Corey Ewing will be perfoming solo sets this month. Two of the best Indiana has to offer on one stage, for one night only. A show you cannot miss,
As Always, the cost is ONLY 5 DOLLARS. There will be prizes given away. There will NOT be a slam this month so come read without the pressure of scores. This is an art space run and hosted by POC and LGBTQ+ people. Leave your right-wing buddies at home. #ROR317 is hosted by Alexandria Swan Tuesday, who is proud to be an out member of the Trans community. Hatred and discrimination against any marginalized group will not be tolerated at any time.
Tags: Spoken Word, Poetry, Slam, Live Music, Tatjana Rebelle, Corey Ewing
Join the Irvington Garden Club at our monthly Farmer’s Market. Over 80 vendors! Produce, crafts, food, music, neighbors.
The Irvington Garden Club is proud to host Indy’s best farmer’s market in a park, not a parking lot!
Tags: Irvington Garden Club, monthly Farmer’s Market, Irvington
Universal Vibe, House of Babylon , and NapDnbpresent a night full of music, good people and thick vibes
Tags: Rave, Techno, Universal Vibe, House of Babylon, NapDnb, Healer, Live Music, Art
Join us for a monthly community celebration including a cooking demonstration and farm fresh food pickup! The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI) is a cooperative started by community members that brings fresh affordable food to our community and supports local farmers like Lawrence Community Gardens. Come celebrate our efforts, enjoy good food, and build with us! Bring a friend!
PLACE YOUR ORDER ONLINE:
CCFI food share orders are reserved on the 1st Saturday of every month and picked up on the 2nd Saturday of every month. If you missed the deadline to order, we always offer CCFI food shares for sale to walk-ins, but they do sell out!
The Good Food Feast community celebration is free! CCFI food share bags cost: For one bag of farm fresh food, you pay $20, or $15 for seniors, or $7.50 for EBT/SNAP participants who pay with their SNAP/EBT card (discounted shares available while supplies last). You can learn more and order online at http://food.kheprw.org/
See the blog section of our website (above) for examples of what is in a CCFI food share bag!
We can always use more volunteers and help growing our program! Fill out this form (link: https://goo.gl/forms/EgErxFqoHDonSA9O2) or show up on the Second Saturday any time after 10am to volunteer! We will hold a brief meeting after the event (5pm) to share about areas where the CCFI program could use your support!
Tags: The Community Controlled Food Initiative (CCFI), monthly celebration, Good Food, Feast, Lawrence Community Gardens
Join us for a lovely afternoon in Freedom! These are held monthly and you must RSVP!
These events are a great way to meet others in the PEAK community, be of service to animals, and be a part of building PEAK 5.0. We celebrate our 1 year anniversary in our new property in April.
We’ll spend some time, in the beginning, connecting and grounding, work on a few projects, enjoy a variety of vegan dishes, and meet a few residents.
Each Workday we’ll have a list of possible projects depending on priorities and weathers. Tasks include things like painting, trimming bushes, mowing, scooping poop, and more.
You will need to reserve your spot, as we limit the size to 10 each month.
Once you’ve signed up you’ll receive a reminder email Thursday before the workday with weather/info updates too.
Email: [email protected]
Tags: Uplands PEAK Sanctuary (People, Earth, and Animals in Kinship), vegan, animals, volunteer day, potluck
7/6 with Lauren Curry
7/13 with Lauren Curry
7/20 with Rebecca Jacobson
7/27 with Lauren Curry
$130 10-class card
Cash or Check at the door
Pre-Pay online at https://indymovementarts.org/dance-church/
Dance Church™ is an all-abilities movement class that offers a fun and inclusive approach to dancing. Designed for people of all shapes and sizes, backgrounds and identities, Dance Church™ is a communal space for people who want to move their bodies.
The teacher leads this 90-minute class in a series of movement cues, accompanied by a curated playlist of multi-genre pop music. The format is open but guided throughout.
Dance Church™ was created in Seattle by Kate Wallich in 2010. Classes are hosted regularly in Los Angeles, Seattle, Portland and New York and have popped up in cities worldwide.
All levels, abilities, body types, identities and genders. No previous training is required, but open-mindedness is a prerequisite.
Wear clothes you can sweat in. Most people go barefoot or wear socks.
Get lost dancing and sweat (a lot) together – it’s the dance party you wish you had last night.
Tags: Dance Church™, Get lost dancing and sweat (a lot) together – it’s the dance party you wish you had last night
Visit Indianapolis’s only Slow Food approved farmers market in historic Garfield Park! We feature sustainable, local food vendors, live music, and activities for kids. Garfield Park is located 10 minutes or less from downtown, Fountain Square, and southside neighborhoods.
GPFM is located near the tennis courts in Garfield Park. We are accessible during Shelby Street construction, and free parking is available.
OUR MISSION IS TO SUPPORT LOCAL, SUSTAINABLE FARMERS AND PRODUCERS WHILE CREATING A GATHERING PLACE FOR COMMUNITY INTERACTIONS.
Tags: Garfield Park Farmers Market
Join us for a special Friday Punk Rock Night! Punk Rock Night presents the Bloody Muffs, Thunderbolt Grease-Slapper, Lousy Sue, & Potty Movth!
• Doors at 9pm
• Music at 10pm
• Only $6
The Bloody Muffs | New York City’s sleaziest punk band!
Thunderbolt Grease-Slapper | Stripped down 50’s, 60’s, & 70’s garage punk & roll from Indianapolis, IN
Featuring Steve (BA) Childers from Sloppy Seconds, Jeff Johnson, Gregg Stewart, and Brad Stewart
Free street parking as well as in the lot across the street!
For more information, visit: punkrocknight.com
Tags: Potty Movth, Thunderbolt Grease-Slapper, The Bloody Muffs, Lousy Sue, Punk Rock Night, Live Music, Melody Inn
We’re doing it again! The Mass Ave location asked us back, and we can’t wait to make pretty sounds for your ear holes! Come drink some beer and let us serenade you this Friday night! All Ages!
Tags: Live Music, Ron & Denise, Books and Brews Mass Ave.
Fareed Haque & the Flat Earth Ensemble, featuring Paul Wertico at The Jazz Kitchen
Tags: Live Music, Fareed Haque & the Flat Earth Ensemble featuring Paul Wertico, Jazz Kitchen, Midtown, virtuoso
Church Girls return to Healer w/ locals Radar Gold, Fingertoes, + one more.
Church Girls: indie / post-punk from Philadelphia, PA.
“Sparkling indie rock that surrounds lithe vocal melodies with wreaths of guitar.” — Bandcamp New & Notable
Radar Gold: SPACE POP SYNTH PUNK OPERA from Indianapolis.
Fingertoes: 4 piece up-tempo power pop group from Indianapolis.
Tags: Church Girls, Radar Gold, Fingertoes, Live Music, Art
This Afrofuture Friday, we will be exploring the instances of black people in animation good and bad through time. Looking at episodes from well know series and a few new ones coming down the line. The Boondocks, Afro Samurai and more.
We will discuss how anime has influenced black culture since its introduction to the US. We will also explore how black people in animation have been used as a narrative medium to examine many histories, issues, or speculate futures. We will debate, dissect and learn whether animation has any role to play on exploring the black experience in America and abroad and if yes, what other potential ways can it achieve that end.
Check out this short of an upcoming animated series directed by Black UK animator, Wesley Louis:
If you want to learn more about the history of African American depictions in anime, check out this video analysis by Yedoye Travis:
A community organizer and teacher, his work has appeared in Lightspeed Magazine, Weird Tales, Apex Magazine, Asimov’s, Cemetery Dance, Black Static, and many more. Some of his stories have been collected in The Voices of Martyrs. He wrote the urban fantasy trilogy, The Knights of Breton Court. He co-authored the play Finding Home: Indiana at 200. His novellas includeBuffalo Soldier, I Can Transform You, Orgy of Souls, Bleed with Me, and Devil’s Marionette. He is the co-editor of Dark Faith, Dark Faith: Invocations, Streets of Shadows, and People of Colo(u)r Destroy Horror. Learn more about him at MauriceBroaddus.com.
Rasul Palmer has been an integral part of the Kheprw Institute for over 10 years. He is a natural systems thinker and is always looking at the bigger picture. He has facilitated many community conversations and public forums at Kheprw Institute over the years including series on The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander, Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates and currently he is a co-facilitator for Afrofuture Fridays along with local Indy writer Maurice Broaddus.
This program has been made possible through a grant from Indiana Humanities in cooperation with the National Endowment for the Humanities along with support from the Central Indiana Community Foundation.
Tags: Rasul Palmer, Maurice Broaddus, Afrofuture Friday, discussion, The Boondocks, Afro Samurai and more
Do you have a new band, or perhaps just want to try out a few new songs, or perhaps polish up on some old songs? Are you too young to play an open stage at a bar, well then, we are the spot for you!
Our host for the All Original Open Band Jam will be Phillip Sloan. Huge THANK YOU to Brent Justin Schindler and the crew at Indy String Theory for sponsoring us with back line! This event is intended to allow a spot to debut new material, and rehearse live sets. We are hoping that the masses of young folks who are not allowed in the bar scene will come out and join us. The rules are as follows.
Sign up sheet will go out at 6:30
Music will run from 7pm to 10pm
A band must consist of 2 or more people
Each group can perform 3 original songs
Covers are not permitted under any circumstance
This event is ALL AGES
This event is FREE
Please be respectful of Square Cat and other guests. Tip your bartender!
*Photo of The Long Arm by Worms Media
Open Stage presented by Indy String Theory
Tags: All Original Open Band Jam, Open Mic, Open Stage, Collaboration, Improvised, Live Music, Fountain Square
In this series, you will cultivate a personal and empowering relationship with food, allowing your health and life to be fully supported. You will learn the principles of holistic nutrition; taste delicious offerings fresh from the farm; understand how to best fuel and connect with your body; and receive helpful resources to help you integrate what you learn.
Session 1: Seasonal Eating & Health Through Food
Thursday, July 11
You will discover the building blocks and basics of health through the power of food.
Session 2: Intuitive Eating
Thursday, August 8
Your body already knows how to thrive. Learn how to tune in and understand its needs and messages.
Session 3: Knowing What to Do
Thursday, September 12
Understand what foods, resources and methods work for you and what you need to flourish.
Investment: $8 per session or $20 for the whole series
Note: The series will build over the course of the program, but each session is accessible individually. So, you do not need to attend every session to fully participate. Join for whatever sessions feel resonant for you. For more information, visit http://realgeniuslife.com/food/
Tags: Food, knowledge, workshop, mindfulness, mindful eating, healthy
The 6th Annual Breathe Festival
Discover your purpose. Awaken our world.
We as the Breathe Community believe every individual has a higher purpose. Alongside Mother Nature we manifest an environment for each individual to discover that higher purpose, write their own story, and achieve their highest potential.
We as the Breathe Community foster an environment filled with belonging, compassion and love. Through acceptance and respect for all cultural backgrounds, religions and associations, we dissolve the barriers between the seen and the un-seen revealing a community that is whole, inter-connected and free.
We as the Breathe Community are anchored by the balancing of mind, body, and human spirit.
Through the selfless service of sharing our passions as teachers we build confidence, initiative, and connection. As students we gain new perspectives, inspiration and sparks to take with us on our journey. As the butterfly effect takes hold, we as students and teachers alike join together illuminating a path towards greater purpose.
Through physical practices we challenge our own belief system of what our bodies are capable of. These physical practices prime our bodies so we can more fully receive, absorb and integrate the intellectual & spiritual spectrums of Breathe.
Through giving and receiving without expectation we understand all is connected and that the human spirit is the Jelly that forms a lasting meaningful connection between all of us here at Breathe. This spirit manifests itself in everything we see, feel, touch, taste and hear at Breathe.
Tags: Breathe Festival, slackline, Stable Studios, yoga, wellness, acro, community
It’s that time of year again, our founder’s bornday month and like always it’s going to be a CELEBRATION!!
O D D I T Y with Okara Imani
from Detroit, MI Chanel Beebe
Mr. Kinetik will be our special guest DJ for evening.
This show will featured a VERY limited open-mic, so get there early if you want to sign up.
21+ $10 cash door opens at 7pm show starts at 8pm
Tags: spoken word, slam, poetry, O D D I T Y with Okara Imani, ICNH, Vocab, Nasreen Hannah,Dante Fratturo, Mr. Kinetik
Indy Parks presents the Jazz on the Point concert series at Eagle Creek Park. Bring a seat, your friends and family, and join us for some music on the marina! The concert is free with car gate fee and begins at 6:30pm.
Tags: Live Music, Free, Jazz, Amanda Gardier Quintet
Join us every Wednesday for Food and Fun! We’ll have something for everyone!
For more information or to register as a vendor contact:
Tags: Farmers Market, West Side, Crooked Creek
NAP DNB and House of Babylon proudly present:
With a new name…at a new time…
For those who have to get up early on Wednesdays, we’re starting our Second Tuesday events at 8pm instead of 10pm!
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Comment on event if interested!
Records drop from 8 PM – 2 AM.
Tags: OPEN DECKS,Trickie Rickie, Stereo-Type, Ruzmuzik, Kene Mahusay, RinTin, Slender Dan, DJ Modest, DJ 27, DJ Shaw Shank B2B GNZ, Live Music, DnB, EDM, SCHOOL NIGHT