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6/13, 4-7pm: Southwest District Community Day at IMPDC - Southwest District (551 King Ave)
6/27, 11am-2pm: North District Community Day at Broad Ripple Park (500 Broad Ripple Ave)
6/29, 4-9pm: Garfield Park Art & Music Festival (GPAMF) at The Garfield Park Arts Center (2432 Conservatory Dr.)
GPAMF is an outdoor festival celebrating the art, music, and culture of Indianapolis. The Festival will feature a handful of local musicians and up to forty local artists booths with their fine art and handmade wares for sale. Enjoy beers by Garfield Brewery, as well as local food trucks and vendors. This all ages, free event is part of Indy Parks and Recreation's annual Pack the Parks day and will also feature kids’ crafts and activities for family-friendly fun. Join us for a summer evening filled with local music and art behind the Arts Center!
7/11, 11am - 2 pm: East District Community Day at Brookside Park (3500 Brookside Parkway South Dr)
8/3, 12 pm until sundown: Babe Denny Annual Picnic. Coming together to celebrate our past, present and future of our neighborhood. Food is provided but feel free to bring your own to share!
East Side Marketspace: Every Tuesday from 4-7 pm at Circle City Industrial Complex (1125 E. Brookside Ave)
Neighborhood Christian Legal Clinic has FREE legal services every 3rd Wednesday of the month at 1 p.m. at Mary Rigg Neighborhood Center. No appointment needed.
IndyBar has FREE Legal help as well! Legal Line: Held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month from 6 to 8pm (ET), free legal advice is just a phone call away at 317-269-2000. More information is available online here or click to download a flyer.
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Events that are acceptable include city-wide events, neighborhood events, and neighborhood meetings. All must be open to the public.