As a part of US Bike Route 35, you can ride the entire length of the great state of Indiana. From the shores of Lake Michigan, all the way to the Ohio River in Louisville, Kentucky, a route has been charted for cyclists to see and ride through some of most scenic parts of the state.
On May 6, the Inaugural Indianapolis Cup will arrive at Garfield Park’s Tube Factory artspace. Organized by Indianapolis’ own Tinker Coffee Co., the Indianapolis Cup is equal parts coffee cupping, coffee festival, and straight-up block party, with a slew of interactive coffee presentations going on throughout the day.
Join the inspiration as Kennedy King Memorial tonight at 5 pm as the initiative commemorates the historic night with Pastor David Greene of Concerned Clergy, 1960s Freedom Rider Frances Wilson Canty, plus performances, tributes, and of course, the iconic speech by Robert F. Kennedy. RSVP here.
If you’re in Indy this weekend, you’re in for a real treat, as the second weekend of March brings both basketball and Blarney to Indianapolis. The first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament take place at Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the biggest party in town will shut down the east block of Georgia Street in our downtown core.
The river runs green during the month of March in Indianapolis. It seems that the entire Circle City catches the Irish bug. From festival parades to 5Ks, from celebrations of culture to celebrations of libations, you can find more than enough to do to celebrate March 17th in Indy. Here’s a roundup of what’s going on around town.