Events Happening in a Neighborhood Near You!
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4/17 at 6 p.m.: Burmese Cultural Awareness Meeting: Learn more about Burmese and discuss the differences in language and culture. Location: Center United Methodist Church- 5445 Bluff Road (corner of Epler and Bluff)
4/21 from 9-12 at Charity Church (2700 S Tibbs Ave, Indianapolis, Indiana 46241): Southwest Association of Neighbors (SWAN) Neighborhood Meeting/Pancake Breakfast. Come and learn about what's going on in the community and how you can be involved.
5/7: Art Dish at the Harrison Center: Harrison Center's new monthly dinner series. Each month, Art Dish combines a talk by the current exhibiting artist in the Harrison Gallery with a fine dining experience curated by a local chef to complement the exhibit. This Art Dish will feature Art by Marna Shopoff with (vegetarian-May only) fare by John Garnier and Becky Hostetter (Duos Indy)
6/25: South Indy QOL Plan Summer Summit: Residents, businesses and stakeholders within the South Indy QOL Plan area are encouraged to attend this biannual meeting to learn about workplan progress by the seven action teams.
08/04: Bates-Hendricks Street Fest: Come for a free community event! Held on the historic New Jersey Esplanade.
8/25: Feast of Lanterns: The Feast of Lanterns is an annual Near Eastside festival that highlights local neighborhoods and community organizations. The Feast of Lanterns will feature artisans and vendors, plus there will be food trucks and a beer garden! Come see what the Near Eastside is all about!
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