July 2nd doors open at 4pmScott Kennedy Hamilton will screen his award winning film, The Garden, at 730pmThere will also be exhibits from local organic farmers and organizations working on food and sustainability issues, live music, activities for kids, and affordable all local and organic dinnerCOME JOIN THE FUN!!! DONT MISS OUT on this GREAT EVENT!See More
It's a WHAT WE'VE GOT for WHAT YOU CAN GIVE Weekend! Try something new for whatever you can pay! Three days of fantastic classes, concerts, and activities including: digital studio photography basics, reflexology, vegan cooking basics, african dance, massage, knitting, composting, yoga, song healing workshop, tune and restring your guitar, and also children and family-friendly activities! Sunday there will be a Jazz Brunch featuring the Business Orangutans, a Silent Auction and Chef Jenxie's…See More
Earth House is inspiring connections between the grassroots in downtown Indianapolis, standing on the pillars of art, wellness and social justice. We are a multi-use space for education, music, coffee, tea, yoga, pilates, sanctuary, art, dance, children, food, peace and justice. We are a dues paying organization, with support from local businesses and foundations. We are growing.
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(EDITOR’S NOTE: The essay below is part of an ongoing literary project sponsored by Sustainable Indiana 2016. In short, the group has collected “so many stories of Hoosiers taking a more sustainable path that we can literally write the book on how green living in Indiana is taking off.” See [...]
Whoa, readers! There seems to be some confusion over a recent “Ask Renee” that I’d like to clarify immediately. A reader named Ginger asked me if Ray’s and Republic are picking through the TRASH to pull out recyclables. My answer says that no, they are not picking through the [...]