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Category Archives: Community Partners

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Indy Art + Seek: Indy’s Newest Art Experience

Posted by: Keep Indianapolis Beautiful
Posted: August 31, 2020
Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Culture & Diversity, Community Partners, IndyHub

Close your eyes. Count to 20. When was the last time you played a game of hide-and-seek? Confined to the bounds of my backyard and woefully bad at “seeking” my younger brother, I was probably 8-years-old the last […]

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A United Focus on Civic Engagement

Posted by: Blake Johnson
Posted: August 25, 2020
Categories: Civic Engagement, Community Partners, IndyHub

Over the last six months, we’ve seen our city, state and nation face immense and, at times, seemingly insurmountable challenges. Families have been devastated by the spread of COVID-19, businesses of all sizes have struggled to keep their […]

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Hit the Books: Indianapolis Public Library’s Adult Summer Reading Program

Posted by: Melissa Wooten
Posted: May 28, 2020
Categories: Lifestyle & Wellness, Arts & Entertainment, Community Partners, IndyHub

If you’re like me and the other 280,183 library card holders in Marion County, reading has helped get you through the boredom of self-isolation due to COVID-19.  Now is normally the time of year that the Indianapolis Public […]

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Five things to know about your local library and The Indianapolis Public Library Foundation

Posted by: Indianapolis Public Library Foundation
Posted: December 17, 2019
Categories: Civic Engagement, Community Partners

The Indianapolis Public Library (IndyPL) is a valuable asset to the Indianapolis community. From access to books and e-books to a wide variety of enriching programs to skilled librarian assistance, all available free of charge to the public, […]

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