Monthly Archives: September 2013

Riley Festival Theme is “The King”

And then, like a slanting sunlit shower, The pageant glittered across the plain, And the turf spun back, and the wildweed flower Was only a crimson stain. And a dreamer’s eyes they are downward cast, As he blends these words with the wailing blast: ‘It is the King of the … Read More

Sugar Creek Twp. holds Fire and Life Safety Open House

NEW PALESTINE — On September 28 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., the Sugar Creek Township Fire Department (SCTFD) will hold its 6th Annual Fire and Life Safety Open House. This event will take place at SCTFD Station 45, 3545 S 600 West, New Palestine. The event includes free photo … Read More

UIndy Professor to Discuss Student Humanitarian Work in Southern Texas

INDIANAPOLIS — University of Indianapolis forensic anthropologist Krista Latham will discuss her volunteer work along the U.S.-Mexico border in a special presentation Oct. 1 at the university. “Beyond Borders: Forensic Science and the Journey Home” is UIndy’s annual Provost’s Lecture. The event will begin at 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 1, … Read More

Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour

INDIANAPOLIS — Since its inception in 2005, the Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour has showcased 82 historically and architecturally unique Broad Ripple homes. This year, the tour will feature seven more. The Broad Ripple Historic Home Tour will be held Sept. 28 from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. The homes on this … Read More

Indy I DO Day Seeks Volunteers

INDIANAPOLIS — An Indianapolis grassroots coalition is seeking to unite and mobilize 100,000 volunteers for a community-wide service initiative called Indy DO Day over the course of three days – October 10-12. The coalition is calling on all Indianapolis businesses and nonprofits. Businesses are asked to commit their time to … Read More