Tomorrow is the start of Neighbor Week in Indianapolis, the brainchild of the Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center and Indianapolis Mayor Greg Ballard. Neighborhood improvement-related Indianapolis events, activities and lots of opportunities to gather and unite for the benefit of all Hoosiers in Indy will be happening Monday, October 12 through next Saturday, October 18.
Indianapolis Neighbor Week Events and Activities
Tree planting of daffodil bulbs and twenty trees around the Oaks Academy
Sponsored by Indianapolis Power & Light and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, Inc.
Get on Board 2009: Roadmap to Community Involvement
Wednesday, October 14, 4 pm – 6:30 pm
Eiteljorg Museum, in Indianapolis downtown
Presented by Leadership Ventures and the Lacy Leadership Association
Power! Awards Reception
Friday, October 16, 5:30 pm
Schwitzer Student Center at University of Indianapolis
1400 E Hanna Avenue
In recognition of groups and individuals making outstanding contributions toward improving Indianapolis neighborhoods.
Information: 317.920.0330, extension 101
Neighbor Power Conference
Saturday, October 17, 8 am – 3:30 pm
University of Indianapolis
Network with hundreds of the biggest movers and shakers in Indianapolis society to learn and share your ideas. The annual conference is free to all.
Indianapolis Neighborhood Resource Center
1802 N Illinois St
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Visit the INRC website
The grand community of Indianapolis has long been an example of the synergistic benefits of working together for a common cause. Indianapolis charities and non-profit groups and the very diversity of the Indianapolis culture are the backbone and strength of the Circle City, capital and heart of Indiana.