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Featured Plant: Aster ‘October Skies’

  October Skies Aster is a midwest nativar selected for its low mounding form and profuse flowering. It is one of the last perennials to bloom, blooming from late August through October, and is well worth the wait. These blooms can be found on the 800 block of Massachusetts Avenue. And now that we have […]

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Let’s Go Ride A Bike!

Pacers Bikeshare kicks off “Let’s Go For a Bike Ride!” on Friday Free community bike ride starts at IndyGo’s Food in Transit farm stand All are invited to get outside and ride a bike Friday evening, September 27 with the Pacers Bikeshare “Let’s Go for a Bike Ride!” free community ride event. The bike ride […]

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Pacers Bikeshare Opens System Expansion With 275 New Bicycles and 21 New Stations

Free Access to Pacers Bikeshare on Thursday, September 5 and Friday, September 6 Pacers Bikeshare system expansion officially opened today with a ribbon cutting event with Mayor Joe Hogsett and other community leaders. The expansion adds 275 new bicycles and 21 new bike share stations in neighborhoods and destinations along the city’s bicycle network including […]

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Site preparation on new Pacers Bikeshare stations begins today

Starting today, site preparation will begin on the 22 new Pacers Bikeshare locations. In April, Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc. announced the new Pacers Bikeshare station locations. Two hundred seventy five new bike share bikes are also a part of the 2019 expansion. The Pacers Bikeshare expansion will increase station density downtown, expand to near downtown […]

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Cultural Trail Adaptive Bicycle Pilot Program

Adaptive bicycles are now available to ride on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick.  The pilot program is made possible through the generous grant from the CIBA Foundation and includes five different styles of adaptive bicycles to meet the communities different accessibility needs. Adaptive bicycles are specifically designed for people […]

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Keep Ann Dancing Success

The crowd funding portion of the Keep Ann Dancing campaign has raised nearly $200,000 from almost 1200 individual donors from 32 states. This amount allows Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc., the non-profit organization responsible for the Cultural Trail, to replace Ann Dancing by Julian Opie with new technology and hardware and establish an Ann Dancing maintenance […]

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Keep Ann Dancing Dance Party Success

The dance party raised more than $5,000 from the public to Keep Ann Dancing. Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc…and contributions to Keep Ann Dancing are still coming in! The crowdfunding campaign officially ended on Saturday, June 29 with a free Keep Ann Dancing Dance Party in front of Ann Dancing by Julian Opie. “There have been […]

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Matching Grant Challenge to Keep Ann Dancing from CICF

Central Indiana Community Foundation (CICF) will match all donations, dollar for dollar, for the next $25,000 raised from the community for Ann Dancing. The matching opportunity starts Saturday, June 22 and runs through the last day of the crowdfunding campaign, Saturday, June 29. This opportunity doubles the impact of each gift made to support Ann […]

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Matching Grant Challenge to Keep Ann Dancing

Starting today, Glick Philanthropies has generously offered to match all contributions to the Keep Ann Dancing campaign, up to $5,000, from Thursday morning, June 6 till 12 p.m. on Friday, June 7, giving people an opportunity to double the impact of their donation. “Just as the Indianapolis Cultural Trail connects neighbors throughout downtown Indianapolis, so […]

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Local Businesses Get Creative to Support Keep Ann Dancing Campaign

Listen up, these three local businesses, Hotel Tango Artisan Distillery, Coat Check Coffee and Gavel Curated Cafe are supporting the Keep Ann Dancing campaign by creating new, Ann Dancing inspired drinks for people to purchase. $1 from each drink will support the Keep Ann Dancing Campaign. “Many of us at Hotel Tango are artists ourselves […]

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