Earth House Collective is a hip Indianapolis downtown spot offering eclectic and affordable programming to Indianapolis people. From a community pot luck to Indianapolis music events and even a new film series, the Earth House Collective is a hub for indie entertainment in Indy. Here is a preview of what to expect in February 2012 at the Earth House Collective. Discover what’s great about this Indianapolis attraction including their coffee bar and vegan cafe.
Pay What You Can Community Meal – Count on a hearty, home-cooked meal at the Earth House Collective on the first and third Saturday of each month. Made from scratch from as many local ingredients at the Earth House can afford, enjoy a delectable meal for the price of the change in your pocket. The Pay What You Can dinner at the Earth House aims to build a healthy Indianapolis community by providing a basic need of food in a respectful and dignified manner to anyone who walks through the door. The donation box takes the place of the cash register as guests pay what they felt their meal was worth, or leave a little extra to cover someone less fortunate. “Our philosophy is that everyone, regardless of economic status, deserves the chance to eat healthy food while being treated with dignity.”
Community Pot Luck – Whip up you signature dish an tote it over to the Earth House Collective for a Community Potluck dinner on Super Bowl Sunday. The first Sunday of every month, the Earth House Collective offers a feast fit for a king as cooked by community members like you. Make sure your recipe include local ingredients then head to the Earth House to eat, drink and be merry. This free Indianapolis event also features live music.
Music, Dance and Performance Events
Sleeper City Scrimmage – B Boy Battle – B-Boys and B-Girls from across the United States will gather at the Earth House Collective on Super Bowl weekend to give a breakdancing workshop and to showcase their skills as they battle it out for prize money. Two main battles headline this event: a three versus three crew battle with a $1200 grand prize and the Bonnie ‘N’ Clyde (two versus two male/female) battle for $400. Plus enjoy DJ’s K. Sabrosa and Kyle Long as they spin all night long. In addition, this eclectic event features a graffiti art exhibition and time lapse films from Murals.tv.
Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears – This Austin based jazz combo brings the greatest soul show on earth to the Earth House Collective. This blues band has a kind of gritty attitude and deliciously greasy groove consciousness that would own even the toughest juke joint. Their hit song “Tell ‘Em What You Name Is” give Lewis the chance strut his stuff on stage as does songs like “Gunpowder,” “Big Booty Woman” and the dark New Orleans march “Master Sold My Baby.” Don’t miss this Indianapolis music event.
Jazz and Sushi – Support the Earth House Collective at their fundraising event: Jazz and Sushi. Its simple, straight forward and easy to understand. Enjoy a classy evening of Indy’s best sushi, a delicious assortment of wines and live music from the Jesse Whitman Trio. Dress to impress at this swanky, 1950s themed event and win the contest for best period attire. Plus, enjoy a photo booth by Kelley Jordan Photography.
Austin Stirling – Don’t miss this live Indianapolis music event at the Earth House Collective.
Evolver Film Series: “2012: Time For Change” – 2012: Time for Change is a documentary feature film offering an optimistic alternative to apocalyptic doom and gloom. Emmy Award winning filmmaker Joao Amorim follows award winning journalist and bestselling author Daniel Pinchbeck on his quest for a new paradigm that integrates the archaic wisdom of tribal cultures with the scientific method. Posing a model for a redesigned post-industrial society based on ecological principles, Pinchbeck explores the question of how individual effort can add up to global change. The film heralds the birth of a regenerative planetary culture where collaboration replaces competition and materialism is replaced by spiritual exploration.
Evolver Film Series: “Wake Up” – This documentary film follows regular Joe: Jonas Elrod, who one day woke up to discover he could see and hear angels, demons, auras and ghosts. Go with him on his quest to find answers about his new ability and discover your own ideas about the possibility of other dimensions. “Wake Up is a call to consciousness to everyone who sees it; an invitation to accept that there is more to this life than meets the eye.”
Sacred Space Yoga with LaDonna Goshow – This eight week gentle yoga session focuses on bridging the gap between the mind and the body. Create space and support for your own well being and emotional and physical healing and restoration. Techniques utilized in these sessions include mindfulness, postures and visualization to release harmful and unproductive thoughts. Learn how to create new brain patterns using healthy mind body practices. Each session ends with a guided meditation and chakra clearing through vibration and vocal sound healing. Don’t miss this Indianapolis health class.
After you enjoy these programs at the Earth House Collective, pop over to the nearby Indianapolis cultural district, Mass Ave, for more fun. Grab a bite to eat at any of these Indianapolis restaurants, or unwind with a drink at any of these Indianapolis bars.
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Earth House Collective
at Lockerbie Central United Methodist Church
237 North East Street
Indianapolis, IN 46204