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Top 5 Fall and Winter Chores on the Trail

Most individuals are wrapping things up in their own yards to close the books on the 2020 gardening season. However, The Trail’s gardens are not done yet. We have a slowdown for outdoor work from January to mid-February but even then if the weather is nice we try to work ahead. Here are 5 Horticulture […]

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Fall Color: Some Basics

  Do you ever look up and wonder, why does that tree still have green leaves when that tree is turning yellow or that tree over there has already lost all of it’s leaves? Some say it’s about the heat. Some say it’s the amount of water, I say…it’s a mixture of it all. Let’s […]

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Pacers Bikeshare Kicks Off Free Community Bike Rides Tomorrow

Pacers Bikeshare Kicks Off Free Community Bike Rides Tomorrow “Let’s Go for a Bike Ride” series powered by Knozone   INDIANAPOLIS- All are invited to join Pacers Bikeshare for a series of group rides powered by Knozone starting this Thursday evening, August 27. The free group bike ride will begin at the Circle City Industrial Complex […]

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Pacers Bikeshare Continues to Provide Transportation and Recreation Opportunities

  Pacers Bikeshare Continues to Provide Transportation and Recreation Opportunities New stations added last year are some of most popular   Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc, the non-profit organization that operates Pacers Bikeshare, the City of Indianapolis’ bike share program, announces the new stations added in 2019 are some of the busiest stations in the system […]

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Murals for Racial Justice Project: Community Update

Dear Indianapolis community members: Thank you for your interest in and support of the Murals for Racial Justice initiative. The project, which commissioned 22 Black artists to create 24 temporary murals on boarded-up storefronts in Downtown Indianapolis, started in early June as an immediate response to the worldwide protests calling for racial justice and an […]

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All about the EveryBody Rides Program

Hi, I’m Frank Stone, the EveryBody Rides program coordinator. I was introduced to the Trail through working with TeenWorks during their summer programming. Having the chance to help teens learn more about the things their city has to offer, and how to navigate downtown by bike share was enjoyable for me. So when the opportunity […]

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What’s Blooming on the Trail – May 2020

It’s finally “real” spring on the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick and that means…lots of new blooms!  Let’s take a minute to go over what’s blooming now and where you can find it during your next stroll, ride, or run on the Trail.  Zone 1:  Catmint, Yellow and Purple Bearded […]

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ICT Board of Directors: New Members

Meet the newest members of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc Board Of Directors:                 John Andrews Vice President of Preconstruction Shiel Sexton               Ben Grande Corporate Social Responsibility Manager Gene B. Glick Company           Karen Spartero Chief Communications […]

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Featured Plant: Yellow Census Tulips

Common Name: Yellow Census Tulips Scientific-ish name: Tulipa censusica ‘Count Me Indy’ Location: Washington Corridor in front of Indiana State House Tulips! Lots and lots of yellow tulips. Organized by the City of Indianapolis The Cultural Trail along with Indy Parks, Keep Indianapolis Beautiful, and Downtown Indy have each planted 1000 yellow tulips bulbs around […]

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Featured Plant: Pink Pavement Rose

Common name: Pink Pavement Rose Scientific name: Rosa x ‘Pink Pavement’ This shrub rose is different from the bouquet roses being delivered this week but still fragrant. Shrub roses are sometimes called landscape roses and are what is planted most often in various landscapes including ours. They are bred to be low maintenance and have […]

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