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New Branches Opening: Indy Public Library

The Indianapolis Public Library is going through a series of capital improvements to fill a geographic service gap in Marian County.

Uplifting Humanity

To help celebrate this season of giving and compassion, we asked local personality Richard Brendan to share with us examples of moral or spiritual elevation being attained by people and organizations that inspire hope and collaboration in our area.

Faith Right Now

Local author Wendell Fowler recently published Faith Right Now, an inspirational, thought-provoking book that explores deeper truths and spiritual aspects of faith and universal oneness from the author’s perspective.

Brain Balance Center Opens in Avon

Brain Balance Centers has opened its third Indianapolis area location, under the guidance of Center Director Rhonda Zollner, serving the Avon/Plainfield area.

Celebrating the Holidays with Children

This holiday season brings an abundance of opportunities to share time with family in celebration including Holiday Adventures at Conner Prairie, Christmas at the Zoo, and Jolly Days at the Children’s Museum.

Letter from Publisher

As you read this month’s pages, we trust you will find ideas that enable you to embrace the spirit of the season, discover stillness and healing, and share blessings and gifts that nurture.

Seasonal Markets are Local Gift Resources

Holiday and winter markets in Indy provide unique opportunities for gift shopping and locally sourced meals for the holiday table.

Shop Local This Christmas

Residents can shop local and support local artists at the Greensgrow Farms Holiday Bazaar from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., December 2, 3, 16 and 17.

Environmental Artists Gathering

The Schuylkill Center is building a network of artists working in the environmental realm through periodic casual gatherings that give artists the opportunity to connect with each other and with potential collaborators in other disciplines.

Get a Free Rain Barrel

The Philadelphia Water Department (PWD) believes that everyone can make a difference in transforming Philadelphia into a greener city with clean water.

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