From its earliest days as “Columbus Neighbors” and “Unified Neighbors,” the Indianapolis company Angie’s List has believed in the power of people who live near each other to help one another by providing feedback on local service providers. On Thursday, July 10, Angie’s List will be hosting a free Block Party in the historic downtown Fletcher Place neighborhood.
The occasion is the renovation of the Angie’s List member’s magazine. In its new format, the newly-formatted magazine will profile Indianapolis neighborhoods in great detail: showcasing new restaurants and shops, compelling member stories in that area and more. The magazine will also serve as a source for information on local events and activities and news relevant to the community.
To celebrate the first issue, which features the Fletcher Place and Holy Rosary neighborhoods, Angie’s List is hosting the block party, which is open to the entire Indianapolis community. The party will feature local DJ Mike Graves and an all-female folk group called The Half Step Sisters, food trucks, drinks from Outlier’s Brewing, and plenty of outdoor activities for the entire family including bean bag toss and face painting.
If you go:
Fletcher Place Block Party
July 10 from 6 – 8 pm
Fletcher Place – Holy Rosary neighborhood
Stevens St, just west of Virginia Ave.
Donations received during the block party and a portion of food and beverage profits will go to Southeast Neighborhood Development, Inc. (SEND) to preserve, revitalize and promote this growing Indy area. SEND provides services and oversight to the neighborhoods of Fletcher Place, Holy Rosary, Fountain Square, and Bates-Hendricks.