A busy First Monday preview
On tap in the usual rush of First Monday of the month meetings: A LEAP protest resolution, proposed puppy mill restrictions, a controversial concrete plant plan, a new LSC school board member and more
Support today comes from Purdue’s Office of Diversity, Inclusion and Belonging, presenting a free showing of “The Price of Progress: The Indiana Avenue Story” on Nov. 14 at Stewart Center’s Fowler Hall. The two-act play highlights the heritage of a downtown Indianapolis community called “The Harlem of the Midwest” for its thriving culture of Black-owned businesses, performing arts, educational influences and a jazz legacy — from bebop to hip-hop — that attracted the most renowned musicians of the 20th century. Get more details and free tickets here.
Thanks, also, to Purdue Musical Organizations and the Purdue Christmas Show. This December, gather the whole family and celebrate 90 years of the Purdue Christmas Show. For nearly a century, this beloved holiday tradition has captivated audiences with its dazzling performances and heartwarming messages of love, hope and unity. Watch the stage come alive in the historic Elliott Hall of Music as PMO’s incredible student talent perform beautiful secular and sacred music alongside a live orchestra. December 1-3. BUY TICKETS HERE.
A BUSY FIRST MONDAY PREVIEW
It’ll be a typically busy First Monday, with meetings galore/topics galore on tap for city councils on both sides of the river, county commissioners and prep for Tuesday’s Election Day. Here are a few things to watch.
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