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Agrarian | description...

Agrarian is a local homestead supply and general store.  We strive to educate and supply our local community with the information and tools to set up their own backyard farm!Our products include . . .

  • Bee Keeping Supplies
  • Chicken Keeping Supplies
  • Custom Crafted Chicken Coops
  • Local and All Natural Feeds
  • Canning and Fermenting supplies
  • Rain Water Harvesting Tools
  • Organic Seeds
  • Indiana Grown Fruit and Veggie Starts
  • Locally Crafted Food Items such as Honey, Coffee, Popcorn, Simple Syrups and more
  • A large selection of homesteading gift items

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Indianapolis Indiana

Apna Kitchen Indian Restaurant | description...

    • Apna: In Indian language ( Hindi) means Own.
    • Saffron: Comes from saffron stigma of crocus sativus plant. It provides aroma & flavor to food, it’s expensive thangold.

Garam Masala: Combination of different spices usually 5 or more spices, (cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, bay leafcumin,

  • coriander).
  • HalaI: Meat that has been slaughtered in the manner prescribed by the sharia (muslim dietary law)
  • Lychee: Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jelly like pulp and a single seed.
    Plantain: Raw Bananas
  • Chat: In hindi is a plate of savory snacks, it derives from “chatna”(to taste), little spicy and sweet
  • Kadai: It’s a utensil to cook special indian delicacies.It’s spinach & mustard leaves curry based dish eaten with missi roti (chickpea flour bread)
  • Jalfrezi: Is the method of cooking means “hot fry”or “stir fry’.’
  • Paneer: Indian home made cheese made with whole milk & no salt
  • Makhani: Food enriched with butter & has tomato sauce as base.
  • Chettinad: Land of chettiyars, community that lived in tamil nadu, chettinad dishes are known for their complex useof spices and secretly guarded recipes.
  • Vindaloo: Portuguese dish means cooked with vinegar & garlic typically do not have potatoes (aloo) it also meansvery very hot (hot chillis). In the U. S. A., vindaloo dishes have potatoes.
  • Naan: Indian bread cooked in clay oven with refined flour.
  • Gosht: Means any kind of red meat generally lamb or goat
  • North Indian food: age‐old culinary secrets come alive in delightful preparations, each adding their own distinctiveTaste truly revolutionary concepts in indian cuisine. Exotic preparation, marinated to perfection and grilledsucculence, await you at Apna Kitchen. Take your pick from variety of kebabs, biriyanis, dais chutneys and watch asour master chefs work their magic at the tandoor.
  • South Indian Food: South Indian refers to the cuisines of the southern states of India. Andhra pradesh, karnatka, kerala and tamil nadu. Similarites include the presence of rice as a staple food, the use of lentils mild spices, driedred chillies, fresh green chillies, coconut and native fruits and vegetables.
  • Mughlai Food: Back in the 14th century, the moghuls invaded the indian subcontinent; known as the land of milletshoney, and other rich treasures. In return they left behind a trail of destruction as well as the kebab. Though thekebab was at first only barbequed meat sprinkled with salt, soon it caught the fancy of indian chefs who spent manyyears perfecting it to a sublime art.Indo Chinese Food: Is the adaptation of “chinese seasoning” and “cooking techniques”
  • Veqan: Food without the use of animal products like milk or milk based condiments.
  • Curry Leaves: The leaves of the plant mirraga “koenigii” with a flavor reminiscent of curry powder these leaves arealmost a staple ingredient in south indian cooking
  • Ghee: Clarified butter
  • Tamarind: Also know as indian date the fruit of a large tree native to india with a sweet & sour taste15% Gratuity added for parties of 6 or more.

 

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Indianapolis Indiana

Arts for Learning | description...

Arts for Learning empowers children to
achieve their creative and intellectual potential through
arts in education.

VISION STATEMENT
Arts for Learning is the voice of arts in education in Indiana. We shape opinion, convene resources, provide programming, and work collaboratively with others to make the arts a part of every child’s life and assure a significant presence for the arts in every educational environment.

VALUES STATEMENT
Arts for Learning values the right of every child
to have access to the arts and the participatory arts experiences that unlock minds, expand lives, and fulfill creative and intellectual potential. We work proactively with all stakeholders in a spirit of team work and collaboration so that the arts are a part of every child’s life and education.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Athenæum | description...

The Athenaeum preserves and enhances this historic German-American landmark to advance the “Sound Mind in a Sound Body” values of its founders.

We support this through programming that lifts spirits and engages in diverse communities.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Atrio Cafe At IU North | description...

The dining experience at IU Health North is more comparable to that of a Los Angeles hotel than a typical hospital. But that could be expected, given the chef who’s developed it from day one.

The hospital’s in-house restaurant serves fresh offerings, from salads to blank angus filets, to more than 1,600 guests a day through its food court and room service.

Andits chef has cooked for some of the biggest names in Hollywood.

Peter Fulgenzi is IUHN’s executive chef, and while today he heads up the hospital’s catering and restaurant, Atrio, he was once a chef of the stars, cooking for celebrities during the heyday of The Forum in LA and eventually working as a personal chef for John Travolta and wife, Kelly Preston.

He’s cooked for a lengthy list of notable clients and catered for thousands at various west coast hot spots, but for the past six years, he has developed Atrio into a restaurant good enough to bring people to a hospital just for the food.

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Carmel Indiana

Azmyth Recording Studios | description...

“Azmyth Recording is dedicated to providing superior quality sound recordings at an affordable price for aspiring or established musicians, bands, or artists.”

With over 13 years of service, Azmyth Recording Studios has given local artists and bands the opportunity to record their music with an industry standard sound for a reasonable price. Located on the northeast-side of Indianapolis (just south of Castleton), Azmyth Recording opened in June of 1999. The studio is owned and operated by Ryan Adkins who has 15+ years of engineering experience in the music industry.

NATIONAL RECORDING CREDITS:

– Eminem/D-12
– Mike Posner
– Aimee Allen
– Haste The Day
– Kirko Bangz
– Devil to Pay
– Food TV
– Coke Zero
– Guardian Life Insurance
– Sony Records
– Warner Brothers Records
– Interscope Records
– Young Buck
– Project Pat
– Mike Epps
– Eightball & MJG
– Tiffany Evans
– G.LaBeaud
– Ebony Foster
– Tooth and Nail Records
– Lamar Campell
– Scott Russo (Unwritten Law)
– Emery
– John Sebastian
– Solid State Records
– Brazil
– David Chastain
– Demiricous
– Avant
– Still Remains
– Cappadonna (of Wu-Tang Clan)
– Slippery Noodle Sound
– Blue Sky Goodbye
– Lil’ Flip
– Haystak

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Indianapolis Indiana

Bartholomew County Public Library | description...

Providing resources for life-long learning and enjoyment

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Columbus Indiana

Be Here Now | description...

Be Here Now DIY Music Venue & Craft Brew Bar. YOUR local music dive featuring live music 3-4 nights/week.We recycle, serve local brews, and support music!

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Muncie Indiana

Bicentennial Park | description...

We know how to throw a party! We’ve been doing this since 1809….there is ALWAYS something to do when you come to Madison. There are home tours, music events, garden tours, holiday events, arts/crafts shows, 5Ks, car shows, food & wine tastings – just to name a few.Our largest events include RiverRoots Music and Folk Arts Festival, Madison Regatta, Madison Ribberfest BBQ & Blues, Madison Chautauqua Festival of Art, Soup, Stew, Chili & Brew Festival and Nights Before Christmas Candlelight Tour of Homes.

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Madison Indiana

Biltwell Event Center | description...

The Biltwell is a unique event space for up to 1,000 guests.With in-house catering, complimentary parking, built-in audio-visual equipment, tables and chairs all on site, the Biltwell makes planning any event easy.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Binford Farmer’s Market at Northview Church | description...

The Binford Farmer’s Market has returned!​

The Binford Farmer’s Market will reopen Saturday May 5th, 2018 at 65th and Binford Blvd, ​(The market was being held at Lawrence North High School for the past three years as the Market at Hague.)

Please join us May 5th for amazing vendors, live music, food trucks and kids activities!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Blind Owl Brewery | description...

Your destination for German-influenced brews, tasty craft cocktails and delectable cuisine. 26 draft lines! Bocce, cornhole & giant jenga on our patio!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Bloomington Community Orchard | description...

As one of the only projects of its kind in the nation, the Bloomington Community Orchard is on the forefront of sustainable living and community building. Incredible, dedicated volunteers have worked thousands of hours to carry the Orchard from its first community meeting in February 2010, through two major grants and two community-wide planting days, and onward to harvesting and maintaining a place they love. Thanks to hundreds of community members who voted in the Communities Take Root contest, representatives from Edy’s and the Fruit Tree Planting Foundation came to town to provide the trees and instruction for our first planting.

The Orchard contributes to Bloomington’s food security, inspires joyful community engagement, and educates citizens while making sustainability delicious. The Orchard is a nonprofit organization that operates in partnership with the Bloomington Parks and Recreation Department. A volunteer Board of Directors approves major Orchard decisions. Volunteers have organized into teams and committees, and each has a board member as the team or committee leader.

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Bloomington Indiana

Bonna Shops | description...

Bonna Shops is a collection of creative shops dedicated to help you express your personal style through design for the interior and exterior of your home.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre | description...

Our Mission: To foster a love of theatre through imagination, education, and participation.

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre is the largest of more than 70 Indiana community theatres and one of the ten largest of over 7,000 active community theatres in the United States. Civic also is considered the nation’s longest continuously operating community theatre. Founded in 1915, Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre has been a vital part of the city’s cultural landscape for a century, providing superior live theatrical entertainment for a broad-based audience.

Every Civic production is designed, directed, choreographed, and accompanied by a team of professional artists who support a corps of talented community performers and craftsmen. Each year, Civic provides the community with nearly 95 performances and 500 opportunities to participate onstage or behind-the-scenes in a professional theatre setting with access to cutting edge equipment and facilities. Additionally, its extensive variety of educational and community outreach programs provide opportunities for artists and patrons of all ages – 18 months to seniors – to learn through theatre throughout the year.

Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre, the principal resident theatre company at the Center for the Performing Arts, is located in the Tarkington, 3 Center Green, Suite 300, Carmel, IN 46032– easily accessible from both Meridian Street and Keystone Avenue corridors.

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Carmel Indiana

Broad Ripple | description...

Broad Ripple Village boasts diverse and unique venues for eating, entertainment, and shopping – all within easy walking distance.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Broad Ripple Farmers Market | description...

We are a group of farmers and growers that believe in supporting locally grown and produced foods, bringing you the very best and freshest of the season. Our many vendors work hard to bring you the tastiest foods, freshest produce and highest quality products.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Broad Ripple Park – Indy Parks and Recreation | description...

Broad Ripple Park (est. 1946) borders the White River and has a rich history in the community.The park offers a wide variety of programs and activities for all ages. Programs are generally fee-based, and registration is usually required.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Broad Ripple Village | description...

Broad Ripple Village boasts diverse and unique venues for eating, entertainment, and shopping – all within easy walking distance.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Brown County Historical Society | description...

The mission of the Brown County Historical Society is to collect, preserve and present the history of Brown County, Indiana. To approach this goal, we maintain the Pioneer Museum in downtown Nashville, The Bailey/Reeve Archives at our Society building and present a monthly program on local history.

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Nashville Indiana

Brown County Playhouse | description...

About Us

Our Mission

“Building on its tradition of providing quality entertainment, the Brown County Playhouse will establish a sustainable future and contribute to Brown County’s economic and cultural development by offering a diverse selection of performing arts productions and events for tourists and residents.”

Historical Timeline

The Playhouse has gone through many changes throughout the years…..

Early in 1949

Brown County resident A. Jack Rogers and Professor Lee Norvelle, director of University Theatre at IU joined forces to establish a non-profit “straw hat” theatre. “to do for theatre in Brown County, what has been done in the field of painting.” Rogers supplied the land and financed the initial cost of the building, while Norvelle agreed to prepare all the productions at Indiana University using students and faculty and scenery built in the University workshops.

July 15, 1949

Playhouse entertained its first audience with “The Old Soak” in an open-air barn with a large tent covering general admissions seating.

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History of the Playhouse

The Brown County Playhouse entertained its first audience on July 15, 1949, with a production of The Old Soak by Don Marquis. The next day, Corbin Patrick informed readers of the Indianapolis Star that “something new has been added to the inducements that Brown County, scenic heart of southern Indiana, offers visitors. Nashville today is the only county seat town in the state that can boast of a dramatic stock company but no film emporium.”

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Brown County Playhouse Management

The Brown County Playhouse Performing Arts Center reopened in July 2011 when the IU Foundation handed over the keys to the Brown County Community Foundation (BCCF). A local group of professionals formed Brown County Playhouse Management, Inc. to manage the facility, and eventually ownership was transferred from BCCF to the non-profit management group.

Brown County Playhouse Management, Inc. Board Members:
Bob Kirlin, President
Patty Frensemeier, VP/Treasurer
Clint Studabaker, Secretary
Kathy Anderson, Keith Baker, Larry Hanson, and Phil Stephens.

Executive Director, Ex-Officio – Suzannah Levett Zody
Staff:
Bar Manager: Ian Levett
Admin: Kathy McDonald
Ticketing and Food/Beverage: Mike Goodin, Tami Hendrix, Sharon Roth
Technical: Lyle McCoy and Levi Voils

 

The Future

The Playhouse management team continues its commitment to diversity and quality of programming. In 2017 the Playhouse will continue to feature live dramatic performances, comedy, dance, the latest films, and a variety of musical events. They will also host the 5th annual Brown County Music Lifetime Achievement Award and Celebration.

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Nashville Indiana

BurgerFuel Broad Ripple | description...

DEATH BEFORE BAD BURGERS.

Because we believe that life is too short to eat bad burgers, we cook’ em and prepare’ em while you wait, to bring you a healthy, built fresh alternative in gourmet fast food. We’ve cooked and eaten a whole lot of burgers in our time to get them to taste as good as they do, but that’s ok with us, our stores are our temples and burgers are our religion.

We’re continually looking for the freshest, healthiest, most wholesome ingredients, free from artificial colors, flavours, preservatives, additives and GE modifications. That’s why we use 100% pure grass fed beef and hormone free chicken. We also offer gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options, as well as monthly burger specials using different and unusual ingredients to provide variety and adventure to the world’s burger connoisseurs. It’s the BurgerFuel way.

While it’s mostly about the burgers, we’re into some other stuff too. Like saving the planet. That’s why we run an ongoing ‘enviro-mental’ and sustainability campaign – a lot of tree hugging has gone in to the design of our chip cups, doofers and burger bags.

We’re also into anything loud, fast or both, which is why we have a collection of fully customised classic cars in the garage… and speaking of fast and loud, we throw one hell of a party too. But it always comes back to one thing here at BurgerFuel.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Burmese American Community Institute Inc | description...

The Burmese American Community Institute (BACI) is a non-profit organization that provides social services, educational and vocational support to the Burmese in greater Indianapolis. The BACI also support community members regionally, nationally, and globally through collaborative initiatives, strategic partnerships, and advocacy.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Buskirk-Chumley Theater | description...

Now in the National Register of Historic Places, the Indiana Theater – or simply “the Indiana,” as it is known to Bloomington residents – was built in 1922 as a silent movie house by Harry and Nova Vonderschmitt. Beautifully restored and outfitted with state-of-the-art technical equipment, the Theater is operated by BCT Management, Inc. on behalf of the City of Bloomington.

The Theater has become the primary venue for the Lotus World Music Festival, Indiana University’s African American Arts Institute, and Jazz from Bloomington. National acts such as Lyle Lovett, John Hiatt, Joan Baez, Andrew Bird, Kimya Dawson, the Indigo Girls, Umphrey’s McGee, Gillian Welch and John Mellencamp have graced the stage. Over 200 performances take place at the Theater each year, organized by more than 50 community organizations.

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Bloomington Indiana

Canal Walk | description...

The Canal Walk is part of the Indiana Central Canal, which was dug in the early 1800s, in an effort to facilitate interstate commerce. Today, the refurbished Canal Walk (stretching north through White River State Park to 11th Street) serves the downtown community as a waterside promenade for walkers, runners, bikers and sightseers (while the canal itself includes a steady stream of pedal boats, which may be rented west of the Indiana State Museum).

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Indianapolis Indiana

Canoe Country | description...

Canoeing on the Wapahani River

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Daleville Indiana

Carlson Homestead Farm | description...

The Carlson Homestead Farm is a family owned and operated business. Our mission is to provide quality food products while remembering family, traditions, and recipes that honor our Lord for His provision through the land and its resources. Owners, Clint and Sarah Carlson, have been doing the day-to-day work involved with a dry land wheat operation for the past 30 years. The family ranch is located in northeastern Oregon, and was homesteaded by Anders and Sophia Carlson in 1883. The primary crops raised on the homestead are Soft White and Hard Red varieties of wheat. Through direct involvement with grain commodities, and experience at the grocery store, we discovered a need for quality, affordable, and simple to use grain products. In researching our family’s heritage, we found that throughout the generations, there is a connection of family with good food. We have taken great care to realize this connection through the products we offer.

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Carmel Arts and Design District | description...

Located in the heart of Old Town Carmel, the Arts & Design District is home to interior designers, art galleries, showrooms, specialty shops and [email protected] 317.571.ARTS30 West Main Street Suite 220Carmel, Indiana 46032

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Carmel Indiana

Carmel Clay Public Library | description...

The Library was founded in 1904 by the Wednesday Literary Club. With the help of a school teacher named Luther Haines, the group began lending books from the street level room of the telephone company building on Main Street. That same year, an official board of trustees was formed to govern the Library. They appointed the first librarian, Miss Mabel Wells, on May 18, 1904.

In 1911, the library received a grant from the Carnegie Corporation for a library building. The new building became a reality a few years later, and was dedicated on June 6, 1914. The collection consisted of 5,847 books.

By the late 1960s, the Library had outgrown the Carnegie building. Ground was broken for a new building in October 1971, and in August 1972, the facility at 515 E. Main Street opened. More than 21,000 books were moved from the Carnegie building to the new facility by a group of volunteers who called themselves “The Book Brigade.”

It wasn’t long before the Library outgrew this building as well. By 1980, the collection had increased to 51,954 books and more than 1,600 recordings. The facility was expanded in 1986 to 34,000 square feet – doubling its size – and the name changed to “Carmel Clay Public Library” to reflect the entire service area of Carmel and Clay Township.

The library expansion was only a temporary solution to the space issue, and in 1996, plans were underway for a new building on a nearby site that was larger and could accommodate the ongoing needs of a growing community.

The planning process resulted in the current library at 55 Fourth Avenue SE, which opened on May 2, 1999. The new building is just west of the 1970s building and across Main Street from Carmel High School. It is 116,000 square feet, with shelving space for 300,000 books, 46,000 audiovisual items and 665 periodicals.

The new building was also designed to provide the latest technological tools for both patrons and staff. A high speed fiber optic backbone and Internet access enables users to access the information they need quickly. The Library introduced a wireless network in 2003, which has steadily increased in usage ever since.

In 2008, significant changes were made to the building to enhance service to the public. An early childhood literacy center and a “tween” area were added to the Children’s & Youth Services Department, individual study rooms were created in the Audiovisual area, a book club room was built into the existing Periodical Reading Room, and more comfortable seating areas and enhanced lighting were added throughout the building.

Outside, the public parking lot was remodeled for improved safety, while parking for physically challenged patrons was relocated to the front of the building for easier access. The circle island was enhanced by the addition of a sculpture and garden of flowers and shrubs.

In 2012, carpeting throughout the building was replaced and the terrazzo floor in the main hallway, lobby and staircase refinished.

In July 2015, CCPL debuted ccpl2go, its new mobile library.

With its philosophy of providing superior service, efficient access to information and relevant programming to the Carmel Clay community, the Library is positioned to meet and exceed the expectations of stakeholders well into the future.

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Carmel Indiana

Cat Head Press: Printshop and Artist Cooperative | description...

Cat Head Press is an Indianapolis based not-for-profit community center and fine art printmaking studio, located on the Near Eastside, Englewood neighborhood. Our primary mission is to enrich and increase the well being of our community through investments in creativity and artistic expression.

We offer a creative maker-space for the experienced artist, novice learner, and all from the local community. Cat Head Press serves as a hub to area artists by offering affordable studio rentals, and, through community engagement, adds cultural vibrancy via education and exhibition opportunities.

Cat Head Press provides area artists and the neighboring community a place to work, collaborate, and share ideas in a fully equipped facility space. We offer a variety of workshops, gallery space for exhibitions opportunities, art sales, and monthly First Friday events. Cat Head Press also offers free community classes, artist memberships and daily open studio time.

Cat Head Press is funded through generous support from the Efroymson Family Fund. efroymsonfamilyfund.org

As well as support from the Indianapolis Foundation, iMOCA, Englewood CDC, and LISC

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Indianapolis Indiana

Centerpoint Brewing Company | description...

A local, near-east side craft Brewery in Indianapolis, IN, producing precision-engineered craft beers on a 30bbl brew system.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Central Library | description...

The original Central Library building, located on St. Clair Street and extending from Meridian to Pennsylvania Streets, was completed in October 1917 at a cost of $510,000. Designed by Paul Cret and built in the Greek Doric style, it was considered one of the most outstanding architectural library structures in the United States. Fittingly, its exterior is of Indiana limestone built on a base of Vermont marble, with carved stone cornices adding to its beauty.October 2017 marks the 100th anniversary of Central Library. Learn more about the building’s history and its centennial celebration.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Chatterbox Jazz Club | description...

Chatterbox: The Heart of Mass Ave

It only takes a few minutes to understand why Chatterbox has earned its reputation as the Best Dive Jazz Club in Indianapolis, inspired filmmakers and generated dozens of news stories. The live jazz is unforgettable. And the place is most definitely a dive. It’s a combination that has inspired a loyal following of music lovers for decades.

It wasn’t always the place to go for live music. When David Andrichik purchased the building that housed Chatterbox in 1982, he primarily was looking to make a real estate investment in downtown Indianapolis. The bar on the first floor of the building was just part of the deal. And there wasn’t much going on along Massachusetts Avenue, with the exception of a few shops and some sketchy activity in nearby buildings.

When David realized that the bar was emptying out long before midnight — a consequence of the work shifts of the mostly blue-collar personnel, David, a Chicago native, decided to build a stage in a corner of the bar and bring live jazz into the mix. It would be one of the moves that drew more people downtown and helped transform a stretch of Massachusetts Avenue into one of the city’s most popular destinations. David is often credited with leading the way to the massive development of of Mass Ave over the past 10 to 15 years,

Yet, the Chatterbox comes across as unfazed by all its new, upscale neighbors. After purchasing the place, David decided to skip the renovations and keep the bar the way it was decades ago — right down to the disintegrating linoleum floor that seems as old as jazz itself. Along with a massive collection of photos, knick knacks, Christmas lights, posters and an animatronic dancing James Brown doll, the Chatterbox houses a growing collection of Sharpie-scribbled messages on the bar and bathroom walls and other memorabilia,

In addition to local jazz greats, legends like Wynston Marsalis have jammed here. And Rolling Stones’ Mick Jagger and Ron Wood have been among those sitting back and enjoying the music in this dive bar.

We’re looking forward to you adding your signature to the place!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Christ The Savior Lutheran Church | description...

At Christ the Savior Lutheran Church, you’ll find a diverse church community with a common purpose…to pursue lives that are visibly changed by God’s love.

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Fishers Indiana

Christel DeHaan Fine Arts Center | description...

Each year we present more than 100 arts and cultural events. UIndy is conveniently located on Indianapolis’ south side, just 10 minutes from downtown near exits from both I-65 and I-465.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Christian Theological Seminary | description...

Christian Theological Seminary is a fully accredited ecumenical graduate school located in Indianapolis, IN related to the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ). We offer graduate-level degree programs, each rooted in a rich history of biblical scholarship, theological openness, and spiritual discernment.

Our mission is simple: to form disciples of Jesus Christ for church and community leadership to serve God’s transforming of the world. How we fulfill that mission, however, is what sets CTS apart.

Here is a campus steeped in ancient ideas and practices, yet reinventing tradition every day. Here is a school where service is as essential as spirituality, and dialogue is as crucial as dogma. In a world that is always asking new questions, CTS is continually looking for ways to imagine and engage new answers, even as we stay true to the progressive values that have guided Christian communities for centuries.

CTS is a sanctuary that welcomes both peacemakers and troublemakers, since we recognize they are often one and the same. As long as you are open to spiritual growth, academic rigor, and the joys of discovering new friends and ancient wisdom, you will find a home at CTS. Don’t just go to seminary. Dive into God’s world. Welcome to Christian Theological Seminary.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Circle City Industrial Complex | description...

Welcome to the Circle City Industrial Complex (CCIC), located at the corner of Mass Ave and 10th Street on Indianapolis’ Near Eastside. Spanning more than a half a million square feet, the CCIC is home to a diverse group of tenants including artists, makers, small businesses, and more.

The Indy Winter Farmers Market at the CCIC
The Indy Winter Farmers Market at the CCIC

Interested in visiting the CCIC? See our visitors page for open businesses and regular events.

The CCIC is open to the public on the First Friday of each month for open studios and galleries featuring open studios and work by our more than 50 in-house artists as well as visiting local and national artists. We also host seasonal and annual events such as the Indy Winter Farmers Market, cider and beer festivals, and more. See our calendar for upcoming events.

 

History

Louis Schwitzer (second from right) pictured with the car he drove to victory in the first race ever held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Louis Schwitzer (second from right) pictured with the car he drove to victory in the first race ever held at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.

Constructed in the early 1920s, The CCIC was the original home to the Schwitzer Corporation, a major auto industry force during the post-World War I era. The Schwitzer Corporation’s founder, Louis Schwitzer was an automotive pioneer who was responsible for significant improvements in cooling, hydraulics, and the development of the turbocharger. He was also a race car driver, famous for winning the first ever race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway: a five mile, two-lap race held on August 19, 1909. Louis Schwitzer was inducted to the Automotive Hall of Fame in 1970. The CCIC (or Schwitzer building, as it was then known), was Schwitzer’s primary manufacturing facility, producing thousands of cooling pumps, superchargers, and other auto components during the golden age of the automobile. After the Schwitzer Corporation closed in the early 1990s, portions of the building were redeveloped to accommodate non-industrial uses, such as offices and artist studios.

The Schwitzer Plant (now known as the Circle City Industrial Complex), pictured in the 1930s.
The Schwitzer Plant (now known as the Circle City Industrial Complex), pictured in the 1930s.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Clay Terrace Plug-in Eco System | description...

Shoppers at Clay Terrace in Carmel, Ind. not only can choose from an exciting array of stores and restaurants, but now they also have the opportunity to minimize their carbon footprint. Simon Property Group, Toshiba Corporation, Duke Energy, ITOCHU Corporation, Tom Wood Automotive Group and Indiana’s ‘clean tech’ initiative Energy Systems Network (ESN) have teamed up to develop one of the most advanced charging stations in the world for plug-in cars, debuting today.

Toshiba developed its end of the ‘Plug-in Ecosystem’ for North America by combining existing micro-EMS (energy management system) optimization control capabilities with our latest rechargeable battery technology. This system ensures the efficient management of load within the EV charging system.

Clay Terrace’s new vehicle charging station is integrated with solar panels and a battery storage system, creating a ‘plug-in ecosystem’ which uses renewable energy and a battery system to store surplus power for evenings and cloudy days.

Central Indiana was chosen as the first site for the cutting-edge charging station based on the partners’ mutual engagement with ESN and its Project Plug-IN campaign. Project Plug-IN, a plug-in electric vehicle and charging infrastructure deployment initiative launched in 2009, has been nationally recognized for positioning the Indianapolis region as one of the most electric vehicle-friendly sites in the country.

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Carmel Indiana

Club Cyberia | description...

Cyberia is an Indianapolis Makerspace

Since 2012, the non-profit Cyberia Ltd has operated the Cyberia Makerspace located near 30th & Shadeland on the East Side of Indianapolis.
A makerspace is a community-operated workspace where people with common interests, often in computers, machining, technology, science, digital art or electronic art, can meet, socialize and collaborate.

Our makerspace is an inclusive community center which promotes individual learning with mentorship, experimentation and creativity.

If you register on this site, you may sign up for classes, get notices about our classes and events, or become a paying member and get access to the Club Cyberia Makerspace.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Coal Yard Coffee | description...

We specialize in handcrafted drinks, providing a comfortable atmosphere, light bites, music and fun.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Coca Cola Bottling Plant | description...

Architect Daniel Burnham once remarked, “Make big plans; aim high in hope and work…” His words resonate in the upcoming redevelopment of the 1931 Coca-Cola Company Bottling Plant in Indianapolis. Located in the thriving downtown Massachusetts Avenue Historic District, the large and distinctive property will soon be repurposed as retail, residential, and office space. See it for yourself on August 12, when Indiana Landmarks offers a pre-restoration tour of the site.

Rubush & Hunter – one of Indianapolis’s most prolific and versatile architectural firms in the early 1900s – designed the Coca-Cola complex. Faced in white terra cotta, the main building is perhaps the city’s best example of Art Deco style architecture.

During the 1940s, it served as the world’s largest bottling facility for the soft-drink giant. The company sold the building to Tony Hulman in 1968, who four years later sold it to Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS). IPS has used it ever since as a central kitchen, bus depot and service center, and training facility.

When the school district announced plans to sell the site for redevelopment in 2015, city officials took notice. The 11-acre site, part of a locally designated historic district and thriving commercial corridor, so the city and its preservation commission will play a role in the redevelopment.

The winning $260 million proposal by Wisconsin-based developer Hendricks Commercial Properties calls for a 146-room West Elm boutique hotel, commercial suites, apartments, an open-air market, an office building, and multiscreen movie theater. Hendricks is working closely with the Indianapolis Historic Preservation Commission (IHPC) to make sure the development preserves historic exterior and interior features of the landmark buildings – including the signature glazed terra cotta – and ensure compatible new construction.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Community Yoga School | description...

Community yoga school – the name says it all. Our yoga school was founded to help spread the benefits of yoga throughout our community.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Congregation Beth-El Zedeck | description...

Affiliated with the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism and the Jewish Reconstructionist Federation.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Conrad Indianapolis | description...

Traveling is not just about the destination; it’s about the journey. It’s not just where you stay, it’s how you stay and at Conrad Indianapolis, we believe you should Never Just Stay. Stay Inspired.Wake up and get ready to seize the day in the heart of downtown Indianapolis. Explore world-renowned art at Long-Sharp Gallery. Discover your new favorite wine at Tastings Wine Bar & Bistro. Experience stylish dining at The Capital Grille. Relax and recharge at Evan Todd Spa & Salon.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Cottage Home Neighborhood Community Space | description...

The Cottage Home Neighborhood Association spent years raising funds to build a shelter in our community space. Now that we have a beautiful structure and park within our urban community, we would love to
share it!

The community space and shelter is open to the public, but can be rented out for private events.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Cowork | description...

We believe the future of remote work doesn’t have to be lonely. Connect with remote workers, entrepreneurs, and freelancers from all over the world, right here in Bloomington.

Unlike many coworking spaces, Cowork was not designed for (only) entrepreneurs. Instead, our organization attempts to leverage the flexibility of the new working world – gathering like minded small businesses, contractors and remote workers that love, and hope to keep their talents in, Bloomington.

Cowork offers affordable office space and exciting social events for professionals of all sorts – right in the heart of downtown Bloomington.

Our space includes a lounge, kitchen, snack bar, conference room, “couch room”, three call rooms, and a number of designated workspaces. Coffee, high speed internet, and our wonderful community are all complimentary!

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Bloomington Indiana

Cuckoo’s Nest | description...

Mission
We believe that artists, teachers, and social entrepreneurs are the ones who create positive change in the world. Our goal is to create revenue streams for those we believe in and help provide the resources needed for them to achieve their goals.

About
We are an event and creative space that focuses on creating a collaborative environment for people to interact. Ideally, these interactions will help create an environment for personal/professional development and create solutions for problems in Indy.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Delaware County Fairgrounds | description...

Fairground · Performance & Event Venue · Landmark & Historical Place

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Muncie Indiana

DIGS IUPUI | description...

DIGS @ IUPUI manages the Central Garden and the New York Street Garden on the IUPUI campus. Produce supports the Campus Kitchen @ IUPUI

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Indianapolis Indiana

Discover Fountain Square | description...

Fountain Square

Just southeast of downtown, our funky Indianapolis neighborhood has a world of independent restaurants, live music and performance, working artists with a vibrant arts scene, and one-of-a-kind stores that sell food, fashion, comics, musical instruments, fresh flowers, and so much more.

Visit Fountain Square any time of the day or night, and find out why our neighborhood is anything, but square!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Dugger Family Farm | description...

Dugger Family Farm sells local food, Indiana-made goods, home decor, and more in Morristown, Indiana.

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Morristown Indiana

Eagle Creek Park – Indy Parks and Recreation | description...

With 1400 acres of water and 3900 acres of forest, Eagle Creek Park is one of the largest city parks in the nation, offering unmatched opportunities for recreation, enjoyment, and discovery of nature only minutes from downtown Indianapolis. Eagle Creek has a wide variety of facilities and programs – explore the links below or give us a call for more information!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall at Butler University Arts Center | description...

Eidson-Duckwall Recital Hall is an intimate space designed for student, faculty, and guest recitals by the School of Music, as well as small concerts, talks, and lectures. Located in Butler University’s iconic Robertson Hall, the performance space, which seats 138, opened in 2004 and includes a 300 square foot white oak stage.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art | description...

Its mission—to inspire an appreciation and understanding of the art, history and cultures of the American West and the indigenous peoples of North America. The museum executes this charge in exciting and often surprising ways. For more information log on to eiteljorg.org

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Indianapolis Indiana

Elvin H.O.M.E. – Lothlorien Nature Sanctuary | description...

Elvin HOME, Inc./Lothlorien Nature Sanctuary is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that cooperatively owns and operates Lothlorien Nature Sanctuary in northern Lawrence County, Needmore/Bedford, Indiana, USA.

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Bedford Indiana

eXplore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat | description...

An outdoor recreational company in Nashville, IN.

eXplore Brown County at Valley Branch Retreat is located in historic, scenic southern Brown County, Indiana. Under new management since March 2011, we offer over 500 acres of year-round adventure featuring:

Extend your adventure, stay in one of our rustic camping cabins, all with heat and AC. Our campground features primitive and full-hook up sites. Rowboats and canoes are available to rent on our 4 acre fishing lake.

Our Harvest Hall is available to celebrate your wedding, special occasion, corporate retreat, reunion or social function. We host many events here at eXplore Brown County, large groups are always welcome. Plan your next adventure with us today.

Free Wi-Fi is available at Harvest Hall on the porch.

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Nashville Indiana

Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe | description...

Ezra’s Enlightened Cafe offers enlightened food, wellness products and education to our customers, our community and the planet, serving awareness, happiness, vibrant health and culinary bliss; one beautiful person at a time.

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Indianapolis Indiana

First Friends Church | description...

Indianapolis First Friends is a Quaker Meeting. We seek to support each other and discover truth together in a welcoming community of Friends.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Fitness Farm | description...

The Mission of the Fitness Farm is to develop a profitable, fully sustainable and self-sufficient agricultural ecosystem that provides the highest quality food and education to the local residents of the city of Indianapolis, and to provide a model for a resilient local economy that provides opportunity and food security amidst a climate of economic uncertainty.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Fletcher Place Arts | description...

Fletcher Place Arts (FPA) is a community and gallery space overseen by Fletcher Place Church. FPA strives to be a venue where nonprofit organizations may meet for a reasonable rate and where local artists may share their talents. Because FPA works with limited resources, the following guidelines are in place:

Rentals

  • FPA offers rental space to nonprofit organizations only. Nonprofits may contact FPA to arrange a place for meetings or events that support the mission of their organization.
  • Nonprofit events must take place during the business hours of Calvin Fletcher’s Coffee Company (7:00 am-6:00 pm, M-Sat), located across the street.
  • The event organizer will borrow the key to FPA from the coffee shop.
  • The rental rate for nonprofit organizations is $50 for up to two hours, then $25/hour for each additional hour.
  • Event organizers will be given a rental agreement and payment information via email and will agree to make payments in a timely manner.
  • If damage or excessive mess is found after an event, the organization is responsible for a $75 damage fee.

Art Exhibits

  • FPA will feature a new art exhibit every quarter, beginning in June of 2018.
  • Quarterly shows will be curated from an open call for artists, which will be distributed via local media outlets prior to the exhibit.
  • All artists within the Indianapolis area are encouraged to submit work for the quarterly exhibit.
  • All artwork will be for sale and FPA will collect a 20% commission on sold work.
  • Each exhibit will have a first Friday opening reception that is free and open to the public.

Fletcher Place Church

  • The FPA space is home to Fletcher Place Church, a nondenominational gathering.
  • The church meets each Sunday at 10:30 am and welcomes all.

Inquiries and Information

Please direct all questions and comments to the FPA e-mail address: [email protected]

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Indianapolis Indiana

Fountain Square Brewing Co. | description...

Our industrial-style taproom combines community and the arts with local craft beers. We showcase, local art, local music, community gatherings, and more

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Indianapolis Indiana

Franklin College | description...

Franklin College prepares graduates, through the liberal arts, to think independently, to lead responsibly and to serve with integrity in their professions, their communities and the world.

A residential four-year undergraduate liberal arts institution on a scenic campus about 20 minutes south of downtown Indianapolis.

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Franklin Indiana

French Market | description...

St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church,at 42nd and Central, dates back to 1929. While its annual French Market festival is a relative newcomer, at 28 years old, it has become a welcome fixture on the summer festival scene. The food is a big reason: seafood crepes, escargot en croute, beignets, tarte flambé, quiche, French dip roast beef, and Provencal chicken are all available — even Marcel Proust’s madeleines. The St. Joan of Arc FRENCH MARKET is a one-day, free-admission outdoor festival featuring authentic French dishes prepared on-site, French wine, live music all day, an artisan craft fair, a raffle, a supervised children’s area and a French-language Mass said in the nearly 100-year-old church at 5:30. The FRENCH MARKET responsibly celebrates the feast day of Saint Joan of Arc and supports the St Joan of Arc traditional primary school. A truly classy event open to all!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Friends of Turtle Island, Inc | description...

Friends of Turtle Island’s primary focus is collecting toys at Christmas time for the children at Turtle Mountain Reservation.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Future Friends Holographic Magic Club | description...

Future Friends Holographic Magic Club is an anti-fascist, contemporary art collective that emphasizes placing marginalized voices at the center to express themselves freely through visual arts, film, music, poetry, and performance.

Future Friends’ mission is to forge an accessible local community for artists, activists, and the Indianapolis youth. Future Friends Holographic Magic Club is specifically interested in supporting works that speak truths that many galleries may consider too harsh or unpleasant to support due to the obligation to maintain the cis-, white, hetero-, capitalist, patriarchy.

Future Friends is stationed in room 213 of the Murphy Building in Fountain Square, Indianapolis.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Garfield Park Arts Center – Indy Parks and Recreation | description...

The Garfield Park Arts Center, part of Indy Parks & Recreation, engages visitors in diverse, artistic and cultural exhibitions, arts classes, and special events. It features performing arts spaces, visual arts galleries, classrooms, and a literary arts library.

Mission:

The Garfield Park Arts Center strives to inspire and build a community of arts learners, leaders, and organizations.

Indy Parks Mission:

We connect communities by providing places and experiences that inspire healthy living, social engagement, and a love of nature.

​History:

The GPAC was originally called the Community House and was built in 1922. It was designed to look like a picnic shelter with enclosed walls, high ceilings, and fireplaces at each end. In 1930 a large swimming pool was located in the area that is currently the GPAC parking lot. At that time, the Community House was used as a locker room and recreation center. In 1990 the pool was removed and replaced by the Aquatic Center that is now located at the Burrello Family Center.

​In 2006 the Community House was remodeled and enlarged using a $2.7 million grant to become the Garfield Park Arts Center. The 8,000 square foot facility now houses a multi-use performing arts space, an exhibition hall, visual and production arts classrooms, recording studio, a literary arts library, and a rehearsal room.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Garfield Park Conservatory – Indy Parks and Recreation | description...

A 10,000 sq. ft. Conservatory and 3 acre garden located in Garfield Park on Indianapolis’ near southsideDaily Admission: $2Admission during special shows: $4 per person or $10 per familyConservatory is closed on all city-county holidays unless otherwise noted.Sunken Garden Gate Close:Oct. 16-May 18: 5 p.m.May 18-Sept. 15: 10 p.m.Sept. 16-Oct. 15: 9 p.m.Garden remain closed when conditions are unsafe.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Global Gifts | description...

A visit to Global Gifts is a unique experience. From jewelry and home goods to toys and food items, our stores are filled with handmade, one-of-a-kind items you won’t find anywhere else. But that’s not the best part…
At Global Gifts, our products are fair trade, which means that your purchase supports fair wages, gender equity and safe and dignified working conditions. Learn more about fair trade here.

Global Gifts is a locally-owned nonprofit organization with four locations in central Indiana and Ohio. We are supported by a small staff and a dedicated team of volunteers.
Our Products
Global Gifts’ products are purchased exclusively from fair trade vendors, so you can be confident that your purchases have been produced ethically and artisans have been paid a fair wage.

Our products come from artisans in more than 40 countries around the world, each with a unique story. We frequently update our in-store offerings, but you can count on these great items at all Global Gifts locations:

Jewelry, scarves and accessories
Handcrafted home décor
Fair trade coffee, tea, and chocolate
Holiday items
Toys, games, and musical instruments
Community shopping nights to benefit like-minded organizations
Gift cards
Special events, workshops and demonstrations

Stop into one of our four locations to discover all Global Gifts has to offer.

Our Mission

Global Gifts is committed to serving impoverished artisans and producers in the developing world by:

Providing vital fair income and employment for people of limited opportunity;
Marketing ethically produced and ethically obtained handmade products;
Educating the public about the cultures and traditions associated with items we sell; and
Helping consumers spend their shopping dollars in ways that benefit impoverished peoples around the world.

History

Global Gifts was founded in the early 1980s by several members of the Indianapolis First Mennonite Church. It began as a small initiative—selling crafts from the church basement and at house parties—but quickly expanded to include local bazaars and craft fairs. In 1988, the church established a nonprofit organization and opened a storefront on Michigan Road.

Global Gifts was a success from the beginning. Customers from across Indianapolis flocked in to purchase unique products from around the world and, by 2006, a second location was established on Mass Ave. In 2009, Global Gifts opened a third location in downtown Bloomington. A few years later, the fourth location was opened in Columbus, Ohio.

On August 1, 2018 Global Gifts celebrated 30 years of business!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Goods for Cooks | description...

We believe in the power of food to nourish and connect.

A Bloomington tradition since 1973, Goods for Cooks is for those who love to cook – and those who don’t – Goods offers expert advice for all of your culinary needs. With a selection of classic kitchen tools and gadgets, baking necessities, pottery, linens, table-wares, fine food, oils & vinegars from around the world, locally roasted coffee beans, teas, chocolate, and much more, you are sure to find a gift for everyone on your list. . . including yourself.

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Bloomington Indiana

Grove Haus | description...

Grove Haus is an historic church in the North Square/Fountain Square Cultural District which has been revitalized into an unique, urban space for rent.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Harris-Stowe State University | description...

HSSU offers programs designed to give our students a competitive edge in an ever-expanding global market. To learn more about how we create work-ready graduates, contact the HSSU Office of Admissions.

What We Do
Harris-Stowe State University provides educational opportunities for individuals seeking a rich and engaging academic experience. We offer programs designed to nurture intellectual curiosity and build authentic skills that prepare our students for success in a diverse society.

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St. Louis Missouri

Harrison Center | description...

The Harrison Center for the Arts seeks to be a catalyst for renewal in the city of Indianapolis by fostering awareness, appreciation, and community for arts and culture.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Haughville Branch – The Indianapolis Public Library | description...

Branch 2, the longest continuously operating branch of the Indianapolis Public Library system, originally opened in December, 1896 in a small frame building occupied by a Gospel Rescue Mission. It was located at the corner of Brookside Avenue and Tenth Street.

In early 1897 the village known as Haughville became a part of the city and soon afterwards the residents petitioned for a library. Branch 2 was moved from the east side to 2523 West Walnut, a small frame building in the yard of School No. 52. It eventually became known as The Haughville Branch, reflecting the neighborhood it served. The branch moved again in 1901 to the former Town Hall on Germania Avenue, later renamed Belleview Place. In this storefront building the library was expanded three times from a small, one-room library to encompass the entire first floor. A fire in 1904 partially destroyed the library, consuming much of the furniture and more than 400 books. It soon reopened in the same location, and remained there until it relocated to the Michigan Plaza Shopping Center near Holt Road in 1972.

In 2003, after over 100 years of service, the library moved into a 12,000 square-foot facility specifically built for The Haughville Branch Library at 2121 West Michigan Street.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Healer | description...

Healer is an immersive DIY art and music venue designed to be an incubator for creating and engaging with art of all kinds.We’re only open event nights!

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Indianapolis Indiana

Hendricks County 4-H Fair Grounds | description...

Facilities
Conference Center
The 33,000 sq. ft. Hendricks County 4-H Conference Center offers great flexibility and versatility for your next meeting, seminar, banquet, reception or trade show. The center is complete with an auditorium, commercial kitchen, and breakout rooms. The 12,000 sq. ft. auditorium can seat up to 1,000 people for theater events and 600 people for a large banquet or party or divided into two halls for smaller events. The auditorium is the perfect setting for trade shows or business conferences. A fully equipped commercial kitchen, easy load-in areas and a large overhead door, wheelchair accessible restrooms, and a permanent stage are added conveniences. Conference breakout or classrooms are appealing for your next seminar or small group meeting. The center is connected by a walkway to the Hendricks Power Exposition Hall to add greater flexibility to your event planning needs.

SPECIAL FEATURES
• Nine conference, classrooms and boardrooms
• Complete commercial kitchen
• Demonstration kitchen
• 12,000 sq. ft. multi-purpose auditorium
• 24’ x 36’ stage
• Easy load-in areas with overhead door
• High ceilings
• Epoxy covered flooring
• ADA accessibility
SUGGESTED USES
• Trade shows
• Seminars
• Banquets
• Wedding receptions
• Dances

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Danville Indiana

Herron School of Art + Design | description...

The premier accredited professional school of art and design in the state of Indiana.

Founded in 1902, Herron School of Art and Design is the premier accredited professional school of art and design in the state of Indiana and is part of the thriving urban campus of IUPUI. Herron has more than 50 full-time faculty serving 11 undergraduate and three graduate programs and a curriculum that prepares graduates to be leaders in a world that requires a unique combination of creativity, conceptual skills and technical abilities. Herron is an engaged community and regional partner including five public galleries; community learning programs; and the Basile Center for Art, Design and Public Life.

IndyGo
50 – Red Line
3 – Michigan St.
37 – Park 100

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Indianapolis Indiana

HI-FI Indy | description...

A 21+ Live Music Venue In Fountain Square. Previous shows have included Portugal The Man, K. Flay, BØRNS, Lucero, Margo Price, and many others. #HIFIINDY

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Indianapolis Indiana

HoiTEA ToiTEA | description...

We originated from a personal love for teaFrom the owners of Nelson’s Tea comes HoiTea ToiTea – The Social Tea Blending Experience. With a thirst for more customized experiences, and a drive to share our love of tea, HoiTea ToiTea was born! Whether you are seeking something different for a date night, a creative way to celebrate a birthday or a corporate team activity, look no further, your solution is here. Get educated and entertained. You walk away with a tea that is as unique as you are! Come back again to learn something new and create a different brew.

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Indianapolis Indiana

Holliday Park – Indy Parks and Recreation | description...

One of Indianapolis’ oldest parks, Holliday Park is located just six miles north of downtown and encompasses 94-acres of beautiful green space. Visitors can explore the nature center, play on one of the city’s best, hard-to-leave playgrounds, hike more than 3.5 miles of picturesque trails or take a stroll around the one-of-a-kind Holliday Park Ruins. Holliday Park provides getaway for nature lovers without having to leave the city. The wooded ravines contain natural springs and wetlands, a pond, a long stretch of the White River, a beech-maple forest, and over 400 species of trees, shrubs and wildflowers. Bird watchers have spotted more than 200 species while hiking the 3.5 miles of trails that wind through the forest. In addition, deer, fox, beaver, rabbits, squirrels and many other native animals reside in or pass through the park grounds. For a more hands-on experience, the professional education staff offer a wide variety of programs to help visitors enjoy all that the park offers. Whether you are a teacher or scout leader looking to bring your group for a field trip, or a parent searching for a fun adventure for your family, we have a program that you’ll love! Check out the Programs and Events page for a complete list of upcoming opportunities at the nature center. The Holliday Park story began during the 1916 centennial celebration of Indiana statehood when John and Evaline Holliday donated their beautiful country estate to the City of Indianapolis, expressing the belief that “the land is singularly suited to be a place for recreation and the study of nature.” Today, no matter what the season, activities abound in the park. As we approach the centennial anniversary of John and Evaline’s gift, it’s safe to say that their vision for this special place has been fulfilled.

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Indianapolis Indiana

HomeGrown HideAways | description...

HomeGrown HideAways is a hundred-acre holler near Berea, Ky. We love sharing our beautiful farm and hope you enjoy it as much as we do! HomeGrown HideAways is available for campouts, weddings, reunions, festivals, fundraisers, and parties.

We have a stage and large, covered pavilion. The farm’s bath house is open from April through October and features 4 flush toilets and 2 solar-heated showers. There is also an outbuilding equipped with a telephone and kitchen appliances that are available for guests to use.

We have hiking trails, a rental canoe, and are only 20 minutes from Berea, the Arts & Crafts Capital of Ky. We do not have tv, internet, or cell reception. There are as many stars as there are bugs so come prepared for both, but we ask that you leave your pets at home.

To book your stay, please visit us at www.HomeGrownHideAways.org or message us if you’d like to plan an event.

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Berea Kentucky

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