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Work by J. Ivcevich.
J. Ivcevich at Garvey | Simon PHOTO BY MARIAH WHITE
Earth Day at White River State Park is a perfect day to pick up your very own tree.
Earth Day at WRSP
Live green and prosper. Earth Day Indiana, a free outdoor festival at the White River State Park , is scheduled to take place from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, April 23. This year’s event boasts more than 140 environmental and conservation exhibits along with
local musicians, food, plus activity stations for kids where they can build bird feeders and other projects. Want to be a part of the festival? The park is looking for 130 volunteers to help with the Earth Day Festival. For more information call 767-3672 or visit www.earthdayindiana.org. Stop by NUVO’s booth to pick up our Green Guide and to chat us up. White River State Park is located at 801 W. Washington St.
Dude, it’s 4.20. Where are you going to be? Are you going to chill at a friends place? Maybe go to White Castle? How about you head on over to The Mousetrap for IndyMojo’s 4.20 Tent Party for good vibes and great music. With two different stages, one inside and the other outside, the 20 performances are sure to be a sight on this crazy evening. And all for just a $5 cover charge. Unfortunately, kiddos, it’s a 21+ event. (Figures…) It all goes down at The Mousetrap (5565 N. Keystone Ave.) between 3 p.m. and 3 a.m. on, what other than, 4.20. Plus, it’s sponsored by NUVO, and you know we don’t put on bad events. For more information visit: indymojo.com.
Artist J. Ivcevich was born in Ohio but raised in Indianapolis, and his Hoosier upbringing is a prominent feature in his work. The artist describes his work as a ‘cultural bricolage’ and incorporates objects like kitschy toys, bicycles and urinals into his pieces. Ivcevich’s current exhibit, J. Ivcevich: Sampling, features works he has crafted over the past decade, allowing viewers to see the evolution of his style and the signature techniques that have stayed constant. Ivcevich’s exhibit will stay at the Art Access through May 31. Garvey | Simon Art Access is located at 27 E. Main St., Carmel. For more information, call 844-7278 or visit www. gsartaccess.com.
You Can’t Bring That Bike in Here
More and more attention is being focused on biking as Indy strives to become a more bicycle-friendly city. If you’re still in the dark about the joys of pedaling around town, check out comedian Tom Snyders, a bicycling enthusiast who recently biked from Cancun, Mexico to Ushuaia, Argentina. Snyders will discuss his 8,219-mile adventure as part of the Central Indiana Bicycling Association Lecture Series. You Can’t Bring That Bike in Here is a free event and will be held at the Central Library’s Clowes Auditorium from 7 to 9 p.m. The Indianapolis Central Library is located at 40 E. St. Clair St. For more information, call 275-4100 or visit www.imcpl.org.
1,000 Voices for Public Libraries
Our libraries need some loving. So go out tonight and show our Indy libraries just how much you love them at the Sustainable Library Citizens SUBMITTED PHOTO
Tom Snyders loves to ignore the signs.
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Coalition’s 1,000 Voices for Public Libraries, because, yes, they have offi-
Review of “The Conspirator” by Ed Johnson-Ott A tale of two operas by Scott Shoger
cially reached over 1,000 official coalition members. The coalition is dedicated to keeping our libraries alive and exploring ways to improve them. Bring the family, write letters to your city-county councilors and enjoy some snacks as you meet others from your voting district at the open house-esque event. Save the libraries April 20 at 6:30 p.m. at 37 Place Community Center , 2605 E. 25th St. For more information and to RSVP, call 395-4430 or visit myindylibrary.org.
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