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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 8:00 AM
Back on My Feet 2017 Marathon Relay
Back on My Feet Indianapolis – Round up your friends, family members and fellow runners for the Back on My Feet Marathon Relay! This is a unique race which in participants run a full marathon distance (26.2 miles)! The marathon distance is broken up by a 2.2 mile loop in the beautiful White River State Park! Music, snacks, friendly competition and the best time you'll have going 26.2 - guaranteed!
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 9:00 AM
Indianapolis Free to Breathe Run/Walk
Free to Breathe – You can help double lung cancer survival! Your participation and fundraising builds awareness and funds vital research programs dedicated to doubling lung cancer survival by 2022. Form a Free to Breathe team and ask friends, family members, neighbors and coworkers to join you. Register using the links above, and download pledge and donation forms here. LOCATION Fort Harrison State Park 6000 N. Post Rd. Indianapolis, IN 46216 EVENT SCHEDULE 9 a.m. - Registration & check-in 10 a.m. - Opening rally 10:25 a.m. - Tot Trot 10:30 a.m. - 5K run/walk start 10:35 a.m. - 1-mile walk start 12 p.m. - Closing rally Additional Information REGISTRATION FEES/DEADLINES ONLINE (CLOSES SEPT 20) $30 untimed/$15* MAIL-IN (MUST BE RECEIVED BY SEPT 18) $33 untimed/$18* EVENT DAY (BEGINNING AT 9:00 A.M.) $35 untimed/$20* UNTIMED EVENT The 5K run/walk will not be timed. *youth ages 12 & under For more information and to register, please visit freetobreathe.org/indianapolis
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
American Family Insurance Touchdown Town
Indianapolis Colts – - $3, 16 oz. Bud Light Drink Specials - Full Bar options - Live Entertainment - Pre-Game Radio Show featuring Matt Taylor, Jim Sorgi, JMV and Joe Staysniak - City Barbeque Food Specials - Horseshoe Legend Autographs and Photos - Colts Cheerleader Autographs and Performance - Colts Pro Shop - Giant TV Screens featuring pre-game coverage - Play60 Zone & 40-Yard Dash - Colts In Motion, the team's interactive museum - Give-a-ways and more! *Food Specials From Primanti Brothers and City Barbecue Foods More gameday info: www.colts.com/fanzone/gameday/index.html
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 10:00 AM
Bud Light Tailgates on Georgia Street!
B105.7 Soft Rock – Stop stressing about where you're going to go to grab dinner & drinks to pass time before the game - we've got you covered. Bud Light Tailgates have every tailgate essential you could possibly need: Beer ($3 Bud Light Tallboys!), Indy's Best Live Entertainment on the Buick Stage and, most importantly, GIANT JENGA! All Tailgates are emceed by 1070 The Fan's very own, Producer Kyle Knezevich! Kick off your game day with us at the Bud Light Tailgate on Sunday, September 24th from 10AM-1PM on Georgia Street before the Colts take on the Browns! All tailgates are emceed by 1070 The Fan’s very own, Producer Kyle Knezevich
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 11:00 AM
City BBQ Fundraiser and Performance!
Indy Adult Show Choir – The Indy Adult Show Choir is having a Fundraiser at City BBQ at the Fishers location! We will receive 25% of all sales using the flyers with the Barcode. You can either print it out, ask your favorite IASC member for a copy, or even show the cashier the barcode on your phone! :-) You can support us any time that day! We will be PERFORMING for the attendies at 6:30pm!!! If you would like to hear us sing, come get some dinner and listen!!!
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 12:00 PM
Ixalan Sealed
Games to Die For – Join us for Ixalan pre release! Get first access to all the new cards, build a deck, play, and win prizes! Entry is only $25 until Wednesday, 20 September when it will be $30. For more information about pre releases see: http://magic.wizards.com/en/event-types/prerelease
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Indianapolis Colts vs. Cleveland Browns
Indianapolis Colts – Sale Dates and Times: Public Onsale : Thu, 20 Jul 2017 at 10:00 AM
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
MtG Ixalan Prerelease Event
Comic Book University – Attend CBU’s Magic the Gathering Ixalan Prerelease Sunday, September 24. Registration from 12:30 pm to 12:45 pm with the event kicking off at 1 pm. Ixalan Prerelease offers players their first chance to play with the new set a week before it goes on sale! Each player will receive a Prerelease Pack that they can use after the event as a take-home deck box. Inside each Prerelease box, players will find six Ixalan booster packs, a spindown life counter, a themed insert, and a randomized, date-stamped premium promo card, drawn from any rare or mythic rare in the set. For this event, players may use the promo card included with the Prerelease Pack in their tournament deck. Ixalan booster packs will be included in the prize pool. Cost is $26 +tax per person. Seating is limited – Please stop by Comic Book University or call (317) 885-6395 to pre-register. Payment due upon registration.
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:00 PM
Dungeons & Dragons
Comic Book University – New to the world of Dungeons & Dragons? Here's the place to start. Check out the Southport High School Role Playing Club's D&D campaign. Take a closer look at this legendary fantasy role-playing game and find out why millions of players worldwide have stepped into the boots of mighty heroes (and sneaky antiheroes) to create their own stories.
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 1:30 PM
Mass for those affected by Mental Illness
Office of Pro-Life and Family Life: Archdiocese of Indianapolis – For all whose lives are affected by Mental Illness: individuals, family, friends, and health care providers. Fr. Michael Hoyt will be the main celebrant There will be a light reception to follow. Please register by clicking the ticket link above. Registration is free, we just need an accurate count for food.
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Dance Indy Swing - West Coast Swing Lesson & Dance
Dance Indy Swing – West Coast Swing dancing at its finest. Lessons for beginners, intermediate and advanced dancers. 2-3p Lesson 3-6p Social Dancing No partner needed. Great snacks. Great people. Free parking in the lot north of the studio. $10 for members, $15 for non members, $5 for students with ID. Beginners get their first dance free!
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Exploratory Mark Making (Charcoal Wash)
Acceleration Art and Photography – This workshop will center on exploring mark making through various methods. We will experiment with expressive line qualities and gestural drawings using charcoal and charcoal wash to create a drawing of your choice. I will bring vintage photographs and other vintage objects (from the shop) that we can use for inspiration. The workshop is intended to fit any style. Come and enjoy mark making, drinks, and a great atmosphere! (Mark making is a term used to describe the different lines, patterns, and textures we create in a piece of art. It applies to any art material on any surface, not only paint on canvas or pencil on paper. A dot made with a pencil, a line created with a pen, a swirl painted with a brush, these are all types of mark making.) Limited Space available. $25 includes supplies, beer, wine
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:00 PM
Mystic Vale - Spirit of the Vale event
Game Time – - limited to 8 players - $10 entry - Promo pack for each player
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:30 PM
Story Time: A K-3 Interactive Fairy Tale!
Young Actors Theatre – Young Actors Theatre, Coat Check Coffee, and the Athenaeum Foundation welcome you to Story Time, an interactive storytelling experience for kids grade K-3. Original live music from local composer Rob Funkhauser will set the tone as kids enter the auditorium and create a world that is totally new. With the power of crayons, music, and imagination, an auditorium can become a forest.
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 2:30 PM
Myofascial Release Yoga
Invoke Studio – Explore your body using the rejuvenating techniques of myofascial release (MFR) in combination with active & passive forms of yoga as well as various other forms of movement that will rebalance & reenergize your body while relieving stress. Allow gravity to take hold & use the assistance of your own weight to reach deep into your body & release tension, tightness & pain. MFR is a great way to target specific body parts where pain is stored, even in inflexible bodies. Compliment your yoga practice through this unique way to move energy and release fascia. This workshop is designed for yogis & yoga teachers who want to learn more about using various everyday tools to decrease muscle soreness & combat the wear & tear on the body of the modern lifestyle. Learn techniques to bring this practice into your everyday activities, empowering you to take control of your own health & comfort in life. All students who attend will receive a FREE myofascial release toolkit which includes two large balls, two small balls & one scraper as well as a handy bag so you can take them anywhere you go! Michelle Finch is a corporate escapee whose yoga teaching styles focus on mindful movement & having fun. She has dedicated thousands of hours to learning how to benefit others in discovering better health & find ease in their bodies, hearts & minds. Investment: $40 (Personal MFR toolkit included) // $30 for returning students with discount code MARK YOUR CALENDAR! Upcoming Dates... Sunday - September 24 - 2:30-4:30 @ downtown location Saturday - October 21 - 2:00-4:00 @ north side location Saturday - November 18 - 2:30-4:30 @ downtown location Sunday - December 17 - 2:00-4:00 @ north side location Sunday - January 21 - 2:30-4:30 @ downtown location
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:00 PM
Public Community Remembrance and Greater Feast Celebration
Anabasis Encampment, OTO – Every community and culture has their own unique way to remember those who have gone before them. On September 24th, we are celebrating the life of a member of our community, who died in November 2016. We invite you to join us in this, as well as commemorating other members of the boarder community as well. For those who choose, we welcome people to bring pictures of loved ones and share stories. We will have a table set aside for leaving pictures, notes or mementos in honor of these people. All of this is completely optional, and you are invited to attend and do as you will. This is meant as an open form of community support. Following that, there will be a Gnostic Mass. Traditionally, at such an event the name of the person whose Greater Feast we are celebrating would be stated during the Mass. On this day, as we are celebrating the Greater Feast of several members of the community, we will be allowing anyone to request an additional name be listed. For those who want to honor someone, but do not wish to share the name, we will ring a bell once. The passage will read: "Unto them from whose eyes the veil of life hath fallen, in particular our brethren [__names/or bell__], may there be granted the accomplishment of their true Wills; whether they will absorption in the Infinite, or to be united with their chosen and preferred, or to be in contemplation, or to be at peace, or to achieve the labour and heroism of incarnation on this planet or another, or in any Star, or aught else, unto them may there be granted the accomplishment of their wills; yea, the accomplishment of their wills." 3:00 Doors Open 3:30 Community Remembrance Discussion 5:30 Gnostic Mass Donations of $5 are requested. Some snacks and drinks will be provided, but bringing anything to share would be appreciated. If you have any questions, please contact SecretaryAnabasis@gmail.com
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:00 PM
Glass Flower Pop-Up
Indianapolis Art Center – Make a color infused, solid glass flower. This class can be a single stem introduction to working with glass, or bloom into a bouquet of projects!
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:00 PM
SEP's Thirty-One fundraiser for Purchased!
The Southeast Project - a church for the community – A Thirty-One Gifts product fundraiser being sponsored by The Southeast Project! 20% of sales made through this event (the consultant commission) is being donated to support Purchased as they invest in educational opportunities and collaborate with other organizations to provide survivor support.
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:00 PM
Empowering the Next Generation
Kheprw Institute – This discussion will focus on equitable solutions that build the leadership, critical thinking and knowledge of the next generation. We will discuss: - Examples of how organizations in Indianapolis and nationwide have built youth leaders (including special guests from the Chicago Freedom School) - What is the role of an intergenerational community in strengthening and growing youth leaders? - How can elders best support the development of younger people and vice-versa? This is the 8th installment in Equity in Action a community discussion series hosted by Spirit & Place and Kheprw Institute. Learn more about the full series at http://equity.kheprw.org/ Tony Alvarado-Rivera, Chicago Freedom School Tony is the Youth Programs Director at the Chicago Freedom School. Tony is a multi-issue community builder working and living within an anti-oppression and harm reduction framework. Most recently, Alvarado-Rivera completed his tenure at Broadway Youth Center as the Mentor Program Coordinator. Additional experience includes work with the groundbreaking About Face Youth Theatre and the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) in New York. Cindy Booth, Child Advocates Cindy is the Executive Director of Child Advocates Inc. She began her work in child welfare as an attorney at Child Advocates in 1994 and became Executive Director in 1996. The agency began focusing on Undoing Racism in 2000 as it worked to review and address the disproportionate percentage of African American children in the child welfare system. Rasul Palmer, Kheprw Institute Rasul is the IT Manager at Kheprw Institute. He has worked with KI for over 8 years. Over the years he has led the organization’s work in technology, leading trainings in web design, video game programming and coding. He has also facilitated and presented in many community discussions at KI on current events and topics important to community. He is currently a sophomore at IUPUI with a full-ride scholarship from the Masarachia Program. He plans to major in Informatics. Scott Janz, Youth Advocate Scott has been engaged in youth empowerment and education in Indianapolis for the past 8 years. Scott obtained his Bachelor's of Music in Composition from Butler University in 2012. While attending Butler, Scott began working with Aftercare for Indiana through Mentoring (AIM), developing and implementing programming directed toward serving reentry youth. In 2015, Scott began managing Crossroads Café, a Program of AIM, and a from-scratch restaurant serving as a hands-on job training program for system involved youth. Scott lives in Indianapolis with his Tabby cat, Admiral Ackbar.
 
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    Sunday Sep 24 @ 3:30 PM
Pastor Tony & Lady Kim McGee 8th Pastoral Anniversary
Zion Hope Church