On Friday July 22 from 4-7 PM, all are invited to attend Indianapolis Recorder’s 2nd annual Community Food Fest.
In June, Mayor Joe Hogsett named Matindale-Brightwood “Neighborhood of the Month” Come join us this Friday as we celebrate all that this emerging community has to offer.
The fest will take place at the Recorder office (2901 N. Tacoma Avenue) and will feature local Black-owned food trucks, community vendors, raffle prizes, music by Radio Next and more!
Following the event, attendees are invited to visit 37 Place (2605 E. 25th Street) from 6-9 PM for a screening of the documentary film, Food First. The screening will be accompanied by a panel discussion on food access in Indianapolis. A $2 donation is suggested.
The Indianapolis Recorder’s Community Food Fest is presented in part by Martindale-Brightwood One Voice and the Madame Walker Theatre Center.
WHAT: Community Food Fest
WHEN: Friday July 22, 2016 from 4-7 PM
WHERE: 2901 N. Tacoma Avenue
COST: Admission to the event is free
Featured Food Vendors
- Taste of the Caribbean
- Talkin’ Turkey
- Keystone Catering
- Madame Walker Theatre Center
- Edna Martin Christian Center
- Oasis CDC
- Martindale-Brightwood CDC
For more information, call Ebony Chappel at 317-762-7851