Events Happening in a Neighborhood Near You!
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10/28: SAGE Scholars Greater Indianapolis College Fair: at University of Indianapolis on October 28th from 2pm to 4pm in the Athletics & Recreation Center. At the fair students and parents will be able to connect with college admissions representatives from SAGE Scholars member colleges and learn more about the unique savings benefits offered exclusively to SAGE Scholars, through the Tuition Rewards program.
11/4: Join the Indianapolis Public Library's Code_Cafe() (at the Central Library) at “Do Tech - For Good” as they present micro-talks about using tech skills such as coding, development, and design for Indy non-profit organizations.
11/10: Renting Neighbors Resource Fair presented by NEAR: Join NEAR, INRC, and other local nonprofits on Saturday, November 10th for NEAR's first Renting Neighbors Resource Fair. The event will have community service centers and resources that can help with finding housing, legal assistance with evictions and fair housing violations, access to food and utility assistance, and many more services.
11/10: Showcase of Schools - Find out which school is the right fit for your child and how students #LearnLarge at IPS during the 5th Annual IPS Showcase of Schools from 10-2 p.m. at the Indiana State Museum.
11/17: International Marketplace's International Coffee and Tea Fest: Saturday, November 17, 10am-2pm at 3685 Commercial Dr. $15. Sample tea and coffee from around the world and participate in international coffee and tea ceremonies! Plus pick up a delicious pastry.
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Events that are acceptable include city-wide events, neighborhood events, and neighborhood meetings. All must be open to the public.