Healthy cooking classes and tips are being offered this month at the Glendale Branch of the Indianapolis Public Library in conjunction with the Adult Summer Reading initiative and Glendale’s Seed Library program. Indianapolis’ Paramount School of Excellence will celebrate National Barrier Awareness Day with the dedication of the Paramount Peace Park and special guest U.
Cumberland Arts is partnering with the town of Cumberland Farmers’ Market to host the ninth annual arts, crafts, and music festival, A Celebration of Art and Community, from 9 a.m.
Lock and Key Events transform a regular happy hour by adding the ULTIMATE ice breaker theme. With your lock or key, you now have a reason to talk to anyone and everyone you want!
Other new developments include Match Questions, providing a more in-depth way of determining compatibility that replaces the Compatibility Test and Sexual IQ.
There are eight categories—Dating, Eco-Consciousness, Spirituality, Lifestyle & Personality, Sexuality, Diet & Exercise, Ethics, and Just for Fun—with many pertinent multiple-choice questions.
If you have questions or wish to register online, click here. Families First’s domestic violence support groups are completely voluntary and confidential.
It is a place for sharing, support, hope, and healing! These groups are for anyone who is currently experiencing or has experienced past domestic violence in its many forms, including physical, verbal, emotional, sexual, and economic abuse. Tuesdays from pm to pm in downtown Indianapolis Wednesdays from pm to pm on the Southeast side of Indianapolis Exact locations will be given once registration has occurred. Childcare may be available with advanced notification. This is an 8-week educational support group for families who have experienced or witnessed domestic violence.
Families First has many different support groups that meet at various dates, times, and locations.