Upcoming Events / Indianapolis [Vol. 1, #43]

November 5, 2008

 

IMAGINING CREATION:
Is There a Moral Obligation to Care for the Environment?

 A Panel Discussion
Hosted by The American Caberet Theatre

Sunday November 9
6-9 PM

Panelists include:
Ragan Sutterfield, Scott Hutcheson, Matt Crick, and others.

Booktable by Doulos Christou Books

 More info: ImaginingCreation.org

This program is part of the Spirit & Place Festival, which runs November 1 through November 16.



Englewood Christian Church
will be hosting

IMAGINE-nation
Creativity and Collaboration in Indy Neighborhoods

Friday, November 14, 2008
5:30-8:30PM

The Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center (INRC) is proud to partner with the Spirit & Place Festival to offer an event, IMAGINE-Nation in Indy Neighborhoods. Photographs by local youth inspire new conversations, and a collaboration of neighbors who come together to provide better food choices for their community—these are just two stories that champion the ingenuity of community engagement. Connect with these artisans of civic life, witness how they create meaning through collaboration, and get inspired to take action in your own neighborhood.

Jim Diers, author of Neighbor Power: Building Community the Seattle Way, will talk about imagination and collective action in neighborhoods.

This is an event not to be missed! Enjoy a display of creative local action projects, savor cuisine from ethnic restaurants in the Lafayette Square neighborhood, view an exhibition of artists who have overcome significant obstacles, and hear talented local musicians.

This program is part of the Spirit & Place Festival, which runs November 1 through November 16.