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Dear Lincoln is an indie folk quartet that draws their inspiration for songs from personal relationships and experiences, American history and politics, and nature. This quartet’s live concert presented by Virginia Ave. Folk Fest will make sure you have quadruple the fun!
You won’t want to miss this free concert by Ampersand Blues Band! It’s blues, punk, and rock’n’roll all blended up!
Bring a friend, pull up a chair, and enjoy the top-notch songwriting of this psych/folk/rock group!
You don’t want to miss out on this weekly performance by Stuart Hyatt Studio as part of “Phono Fridays.” This artist designed cassette motorbike will be making its way around the circle every Friday. Cassettes will be available for purchase. Ahhh… let the nostalgia set in!
Stop by the Monument and get into a casual conversation with Architect Alexander Ralston (1771 – 1827), who platted the streets of Indianapolis and Entrepreneur John Freeman (1807-1902), an African American businessman who owned a restaurant near the Circle.
What downtown hotspots give you the spooks? Explore Indy’s haunted locations with Craig McCormick and others on this themed walk. Visit several stations to hear tales of downtown hauntings. It’s the last Walking Wednesday at Spark!
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MEET AT THE WELCOME TRAILER in front of South Bend Chocolate Company and you will be put in a group and dispatched to one of three stations to hear tales of hauntings.
Since this walk includes a visit to the Catacombs, proper footwear must be worn (ABSOLUTELY NO HIGH HEELS) due to the uneven ground.
EXPECT TO WAIT. Large crowds expected!
* For your dining pleasure: 3 Carrots and Circle City Soups will be open in the City Market
* For your musical entertainment: Chris Dance and the Holy Echo
Rad Grrls Club is a gathering of female artists who take time to share and work on our art projects. Current project is a Rad Grrls Zine about nerdy feminism. Need a creative prompt? The Rad Grrls have one for you.
Everybody is invited to show up and be creative with the Rad Grrls at Spark — look for them at a picnic table on Tuesdays!