Monthly Archives: May 2013

Woodruff Place Flea Market is a Community Event

INDIANAPOLIS — The Woodruff Place Flea Market is held annually the first weekend in June — June 1 and 2. (Hours are 8 a.m.-5 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. on Sunday.) This annual event has been going on for 30 years and more, and unofficially ushers in the … Read More

Little Flower Summerfest Bigger, Better Than Ever

INDIANAPOLIS — Join the fun for the first eastside church festival of the season, the Little Flower Summerfest 2013. Mark your calendars for May 31st, June 1st, and June 2nd. Little Flower Church’s Summer Festival has food, fun and entertainment for all. The festival features a raffle with a $5,000 … Read More

U.S. 40 Yard Sale June 1

INDIANA — From Terre Haute to Richmond all along Historic U.S. 40, there will be yard sales and more throughout the Hoosier State. Dubbed the National Road, U.S. 40 stretches beyond Indiana’s borders from Baltimore, Maryland to St. Louis, Missouri. Locally, Irvington Terrace will hold a one day sale at … Read More

Irvington Historical Society Receives DAR Award

IRVINGTON — At its May meeting, the Caroline Scott Harrison Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution presented its Historic Preservation Award to the IHS in recognition of the Society’s continuing preservation efforts. IHS Executive Steve Barnett was the featured speaker at the meeting, discussing the role of the … Read More

Earn & Learn Re-Engages Young Library Users

INDIANAPOLIS — Beginning with the June 3 kickoff of The Indianapolis Public Library’s Summer Reading Program and continuing through 2014, children under the age of 18 with library card debt of five dollars or more can become borrowers in good standing through the Library’s “Earn and Learn” initiative. The program … Read More