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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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Cultural Trail to Expand

The Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick will undergo its first major expansion in its almost ten-year history, adding new stretches to the internationally recognized linear park and urban bike and pedestrian path along South Street and Indiana Avenue. The Cultural Trail also announced that Lilly Endowment Inc. has made a […]

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Pacers Bikeshare Annual Pass Benefits and Price Changes

  Indianapolis Cultural Trail, Inc., the non-profit organization that operates the City of Indianapolis’ community bike share program,  Pacers Bikeshare, announced today the Pacers Bikeshare program will change the annual pass program beginning February 1, 2020 to include unlimited 60  minute trips for annual pass holders and also change the annual pass price to $125 […]

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Cultural Trail wants you to Dream Big

It’s a new decade and we want to dream big.  The Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick was originally designed to connect the six cultural districts and to create an experience that was as or more inspiring as the cultural destinations and districts the Trail connects. More than that, the Cultural […]

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Indianapolis Cultural Trail to Receive $1M Grant from Anthem Foundation

BIG NEWS: The Anthem Foundation has awarded a $1M grant to support the Cultural Trail’s programs and maintenance endowment which helps keep the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene and Marilyn Glick, accessible for everyone 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. “Indianapolis Cultural Trail Inc. ensures the Cultural Trail is a world […]

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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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