a STACKED BILL at Healer get ready to go CRaZyYYYY
Juniper Douglas Is a music and theater performance company. In 2019 they have toured off of their studio album playing over 65 shows of “Error to Introspection”, a story boarded album performed with a 4 piece live band and actor. They are back on the road again this fall with a new piece called “3221” performed as a duo by Juniper Douglas’s curators Zeke Erickson and Yvonne Mont Martin.
In the year 3221 human beings have over the millennium evolved to become something new: The Darling Species. In recent research by the Darling Species, Homo-Sapien data has been found for upload. Under Law 5325, it is required that any information, objects, or data found by the Darling Species, or it’s people must be displayed and experimented on publicly. It is up to the public to vote on weather or not the new information displayed will be beneficial to all living things on the planet: Earth.
Tags: Live Music, The Orchard Keepers, Grandma’s Boys, Positive Self Talk, Juniper Douglas, Live Music, Art, Healer
One person is killed with a gun in Indiana every 10 hours. Worldwide, 40,000 people died last year from gun violence. Three million American children witness an act of gun violence each year. Enough is enough.
Gun violence is a disease. But there is a cure.
ABOUT CURE VIOLENCE
The work of Cure Violence, founded by a former chief of the World Health Organization, is guided by a clear understanding that violence is a public health crisis and has been replicated worldwide in New York City, New Orleans, San Pedro Sula, Honduras; Cape Town, South Africa; and Juarez, Mexico.
ABOUT OUR SPEAKER
Marcus McAllister, incarcerated for over a decade, is the international trainer for Cure Violence, an organization changing the way cities think about gun violence, and, in the process, curing urban gun-related violence.
Early Bird $35 (through August 31)
General Admission $50
General Admission + Dinner hosted by Open Table $250
ABOUT THE PATACHOU FOUNDATION
The Patachou Foundation fight childhood hunger in Indianapolis by providing scratch-made meals to hungry kids and teaching them transferable skills and healthy habits that will last a lifetime. The Patachou Foundation hosts a dynamic speaker each year to inspire local conversations and initiate solutions for Indianapolis. The Speakers Forum raises funds to support the work of The Patachou Foundation and sparks a community conversation about creating scalable change. For more information on our work, visit thepatachoufoundation.org.
Proceeds from every ticket will provide scratch-made meals to hungry kids in Indianapolis.
Tags: Taft presents An Evening with Marcus McAllister of Cure Violence Benefitting The Patachou Foundation
Tags: screening of WFYI film “Courage, Brains and Muscle: Our Environmental Champions”, Carmel Green Initiative
Meet up style class. Come share & learn ways to live your best life single! The focus is ultimately Self Love.
Plum Virtu is a visual artist, Creative Project Coordinator, Author & Mother with a passion for encouraging others to reach their fullest potential . She is a Near-Eastside resident always seeking to connect with interesting people.
Barter Items: acrylic paints (any), acrylic paint brushes (new or used), make up brushes, any craft supplies & decorative paper (any)
Tags: style class, appearance, fashion, makeup, self love, How-To, workshop, class, Barter School Indy
The Build is a movement of art & culture led by Indianapolis artists coming together to share ideas and resources to sustain and grow their creative work. Come and discuss your experience and thoughts on the current and future state of the Indy music/art community.Event is cohosted by Indy artists Stacia Moon, Maurice Broaddus and Sean Stuart.
Tags: movement of art & culture led by Indianapolis artists coming together to share ideas and resources to sustain and grow their creative work
We want to hear your ideas. We want you to hear ours. Come collaborate on the Indianapolis Arts & Music scene.
Tags: Green Men Art Gallery, collaboration, think tank, scene building, art and music
Enjoy an evening in the Sunken Garden with the Garfield Brewery and The Original Swayzee Hand Breaded Tenderloin.
Visitors can enjoy live music, lawn games, and a chance to stroll through the historic Sunken Garden. Feel free to bring a blanket and/or lawn chairs. Live music will be curated by the O’Boyz (Kevin O’Mara and Paul Burris), featuring special guest Ray Hoskins Music. Join us for a special Story Slam event sponsored by Storytelling Arts of Indiana. See below for more details and performance schedule.
Admission is free. Children and leashed dogs are welcome. (Dogs will not be allowed inside the Conservatory.)
Food and drinks will be available for sale. Outside food and drinks not permitted.
Storytelling Arts of Indiana presents an Indy Story Slam at Garfield Park during the Biergarten
September 19, 2019 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m., FREE
Theme: Neighborhood Stories
Tell a true, first-person story based on the theme (interpreted broadly or narrowly) and a panel of judges selected from the audience will award prizes to the best three. Celestine Bloomfield is hosting.
5:30-6pm – Live Music
6-7:30pm – Story Slam
7:30-9 pm – Live Music
Tags: Ray Hoskins Music, live music, lawn games, and a chance to stroll through the historic Sunken Garden
Join us in Broad Ripple Village on Thursday, September 19th from 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. for the Broad Ripple Art Walk! The walk features Broad Ripple galleries, boutiques, shops, restaurants and more, each hosting their own unique art exhibit.
Destinations are scattered throughout the Village, giving you the opportunity to enjoy a wonderful evening experiencing Broad Ripple and supporting the arts community.
We could not bring you this event without support from our sponsors! Thanks to:
The Broad Ripple Art Walks have a new format this year! Join us on the third Thursday each month May through November!
ART WALK DESTINATIONS
A ‘bit of Whimsy So Bro, 5208 N College Avenue
Artifacts in Indy, 6327 N Guilford Avenue
The Bungalow Inc., 924 E. Westfield Blvd
Condado Tacos – Indianapolis – Broad Ripple, 834 Broad Ripple Avenue
Foundry 317 Home Interiors, 819 E Westfield Blvd
Half Baked Pottery and Gifts, 6511 N Ferguson Street
Hotel Broad Ripple, 6520 Westfield Blvd
Indianapolis Art Center, 820 E. 67th Street
Lola Blu Boutique, 6350 N Cornell Avenue
Marigold Clothing, 6512 N Cornell Avenue
Monon Coffee Company, 920 E. Westfield Boulevard
OM HOME, 6516 Ferguson Street
Perk Up Café – Brotgarten, 6536 Cornell Avenue
Potter’s House Studio & Gallery, 6503 Carrollton Avenue
Scandinavian Comfort, 5914 N. College Avenue
St. Paul’s On The Way Way, 803 E Broad Ripple Avenue
Storefront Theatre of Indianapolis, 717 Broad Ripple Avenue
Union Jack Pub-Broad Ripple, 924 Broad Ripple Avenue
Visit our website at: broadrippleindy.org
Tags: Broad Ripple Art Walk, galleries, boutiques, shops, restaurants and more, each hosting their own unique art exhibit
2019 Summer Concerts at Garfield Park
General Admission Lawn: $27.50 Advance / $30 Day Of Show
General Admission Reserved Pit: $39.50 Advance / $45 Day Of Show
Get tickets: https://fanlink.to/greenskybluegrasstix
*Children 5 and under are free with paid adult General Admission ticket*
Fan Club Pre Sale: Monday, June 3rd 10AM – Friday, June 7th 10AM
Partner Pre Sale: Wednesday, June 5th 10AM – Thursday, June 6th 10PM
Public On Sale: Friday, June 7th 10AM
MOKB Presents Summer Concerts at Garfield Park are all ages. Fans can expect great music in an intimate setting, food trucks, adult beverages (for those 21+) and free parking. Event is rain or shine.
About MOKB Presents Summer Concerts at Garfield Park:
Fans of all ages are welcome at our Garfield Park Summer Concert Series events and will enjoy amazing live music performances, food trucks, adult beverages and great people; all in one of Indy’s oldest city parks. MacAllister Amphitheater in historic Garfield Park is one of Indy’s best-kept secrets. The outdoor atmosphere, welcoming neighborhood and community vibe just feels right. portion of the proceeds from our Summer Concerts at Garfield Park benefit the Indy Parks Foundation, which supports future community and music programs at Garfield Park. Be sure to check out John Butler Trio+ with Trevor Hall at Garfield Park this season, too!
Brought to you by:
Eskenazi Health – https://www.eskenazihealth.edu/
Sun King Brewery – http://sunkingbrewing.com/
Tito’s Handmade Vodka – https://www.titosvodka.com/
Old Forester – https://www.oldforester.com/
Don Julio Tequila – https://www.donjulio.com/
Captain Morgan – https://www.captainmorgan.com/
Hope Plumbing – https://www.hopeplumbing.com/
Indy Parks and Recreation – https://www.indyparksfoundation.org/
WTTS – http://wttsfm.com/
Eskew Law, LLC – https://www.eskewlaw.com/
Do317 – https://do317.com/
MOKB Presents – https://mokbpresents.com/
Tags: Live Music, Greensky Bluegrass, MOKB Presents, Garfield Park
Essential Productions & Papadosio Present;Resonance Music & Arts Festival 2019 in a NEW location! This year will take place at Coopers Lake Campground & Event Venue in Slippery Rock, PA! September 19th – 22nd, 2019 Coopers Lake Event Center: 205 Currie Rd, Slippery Rock, PA 16057Low Tier tickets available now for $160https://essentialproductions.cincyregister.com/resonance2019
Tags: Resonance Music & Arts Festival 2019, Live Music
The moon and the summer will both be waning as we gather beneath the stars, surrounded by the trees of Lothlorien to celebrate the Autumn Equinox, the harvest, and the end of summer. We’ll celebrate with music, ritual, workshops, drumming, dancing, and community.
WMG is co-created not just by our Lothlorien staff, but by all the Lothlorien community, so if you are interested being part of that creation by presenting a workshop, ritual, or playing, contact Jef,([email protected]), to help with kid’s activities, contact Jill,([email protected]), and if you want to exchange work for your festival fees by helping with parking, registration, etc. contact Conney ([email protected])
Wild Magick is also when members will be able to vote for our next Vice President. (You need to be a member by August 15 to vote.) Results will be announced during Grand Council on Saturday afternoon.
Tags: Lothlorien, Wild Magick, pagan, festival, Live Music, workshops, kids activities
Unconditional Love w/ Walk The Talk
SEPTEMBER 18 @ 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY
$5.00 – $20.00
Unconditional love is known as affection without any limitations, or love without conditions. This term is sometimes associated with other terms such as true altruism or complete love. In psychology, unconditional love refers to a state of mind in which one has the goal of increasing the welfare of another, despite any evidence of benefit for oneself. Each area of expertise has a certain way of describing unconditional love, but most will agree that it is that type of love which has no bounds and is unchanging. Dogs are often considered to be examples of animals displaying unconditional love. Could you love unconditionally, without doubt, requirements, or judgment? Certainly easier said than done. But it is possible.
Come join us as our six speakers share their inspiring stories of unconditional love. Plus we throw in some fun with live music, confetti, our Motivational Balloon Drop, an engaging Emcee, and lots of ‘ah-hah’ moments!
Wednesday, September 18, 2019, doors open at 7:00 pm, show starts at 7:45 pm.
The Indiana Historical Society in their Basile Theater. 450 West Ohio Street, Indianapolis, IN 46202 (Plenty of FREE PARKING behind the building, on the street, or pay-to-park in the Capital parking garage only a 1/2 block away.)
Tickets available soon. $20.00 adults, $5 Kids age 11 and under . Seating is reserved. Please join us, you won’t regret it!
If you’re interested in auditioning for Unconditional Love, please email us a [email protected] Auditions will be August 12 and 13, from 4:30 to 7:30 pm.
Tags: Unconditional Love w/ Walk The Talk, INDIANA HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Positive Mindset, Positivity
Succulents truly are the gift that keeps on giving! Come learn how to propagate succulents from a starter plant. We’ll talk about several kinds, plant care, and creative scapes.
Heidi enjoys cooking, crafting, and traveling. She’s also known for her sugared-shortbread cookies and love of upcycling. Heidi lives in So-SoBro with her crossword-puzzling husband, Alan.
Barter Items: lime flavored sparkling water; unflavored ground coffee; pack of glue sticks; something mermaid themed; 2 (or more!) boxers of pasta to be given to Second Helpings.
Tags: Succulents, plants, gardening, How-To, workshop, class, Barter School Indy
All Ages Jazz Jam!
FREE // ALL AGES
6:30 PM – Sign Ups
7 PM – Music Starts
Join us for our monthly jazz series, hosted by Mark Ortwein, Chase Blackburn, Kevin Hood and more local jazz favorites. This event is the only ALL AGES JAZZ JAM in Indianapolis, so don’t be shy!
Beer, wine, coffee, and other non-alcoholic drinks available!
Tags: Live Music, Open Mic, Open Stage, Mark Ortwein, Chase Blackburn, Kevin Hood, Square Cat Vinyl
Giving data shows that 80 percent of the funds nonprofits raise comes from individual donors, yet
much of the focus of fundraising is often on grants and corporate gifts. This session will help you
understand the basics of an annual giving program and give you an opportunity to practice asking with
confidence. Asking for financial support for your program shouldn’t be scary – learn to be fearless in
your asking! This workshop is best for those who have already established their nonprofit organization.
Presented by Indianapolis Public Library Foundation staff member Bethany K. Warner, CFRE, in the Knall Meeting Room.
Made possible by The Indianapolis Foundation Library Fund and The Emily Fund through grants to The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation.
Tags: nonprofit, training, Central Library
It can’t be denied: capitalism is one of the most powerful forces humans have created. As such, it can and should be used for good—and as we well know, profit has been the primary measure of our success for way too long.
We don’t need to wait on legislation to tell us it’s time to do the right thing. We already know what to do: change the status quo.
But change is hard. Systemic change? Even harder. That’s why we need help from the pros—which is why we organized the People-First Economy Summit.
During this FREE 10-day summit, you’ll learn from the architects of the new economy—top business leaders, authors, and activists like:
- John Mackey, Co-founder and CEO, Whole Foods Market — “Q&A with John Mackey”
- Ben Cohen & Jerry Greenfield, Co-founders, Ben & Jerry’s — “The Ben & Jerry Interview: Using Business as a Force for Good”
- Jay Coen Gilbert, Co-founder of B Lab (the nonprofit behind the B Corp Movement) — “The Need for a Capitalist Reformation”
- Dr. Tiffany Jana, Founder, TMI Portfolio; Author, The B Corp Handbook, Erasing Institutional Bias, and Overcoming Bias — “Putting People First at Work: Managing Organizational Diversity and Bias in a People-First Economy”
- Raj Sisodia, Professor of Global Business and Co-founder/Co-chairman, Conscious Capitalism Inc. — “Conscious Capitalism: Moving Towards a People-First Economy”
- And more!
Interested? Join us September 17th—26th for the People-First Economy Summit where you’ll learn how to:
- Build stronger, more authentic relationships with employees, customers, partners, and community
- Create an atmosphere of inclusivity and belonging in your organization
- Discover real-world solutions for driving equitable, sustainable, and profitable organizations
- Transform your organization for the better using strategies that you can put into practice today
- Lead change and maximize your impact, even when you aren’t in charge
Together, we have the potential to transform the way business is done all over the world.
We hope to see you there!
The Berrett-Koehler Team
Tags: Business, Environment, Social Justice, Online Summit, Free, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Workshops, Speakers
This class will discuss the basics of raising “wild caught” monarchs, so that they can be brought to adulthood and released including setting up a habitat and food.
Barbara has loved butterflies since she was a child! An IUPUI professor in cytotechnology, she spends her time away from campus gardening, cooking, crafting, and with friends and family. She lives on the near east side with her husband and their 18 year old dog!
Barter items: 70% dark chocolate toffee or sea salt; dryish red wine like Malbec, Pinot Noir, or Cab blends
Tags: the basics of raising “wild caught” monarchs, How-To, class, workshop, Barter School Indy
Sale Dates and Times:
Public Onsale : Fri, 17 May 2019 at 10:00 AM
Artist Presale : Tue, 14 May 2019 at 10:00 AM
Old National Presale : Wed, 15 May 2019 at 10:00 AM
Live Nation Presale : Wed, 15 May 2019 at 10:00 AM
Live Nation Mobile App Presale : Wed, 15 May 2019 at 10:00 AM
Tags: Live Music, Nahko Bear And Medicine For The People
Indy’s Irish Festival committee, an all volunteer 501(c)3 not-for-profit organization, was formed in 1996 to host the first festival. Its mission is to preserve, promote and nurture Irish culture, arts, music, and history. The festival has grown significantly over the years and with it, so has the festival’s support of charities and community organizations. Since its inception, the festival has made donations to or helped community organizations raise more than $80,000.
Tags: Indy’s Irish Festival, food, Live Music, Dance