Whether you’re looking to go out with family or friends this weekend, enjoy live music, visit a museum, art gallery or try out a new restaurant, the Indianapolis Recorder has you covered. We’ve put together an extensive list of just a few of the events and activities going on in and around Indianapolis in This Weekend in the Arts.
Unfortunately, we couldn’t cover everything going on in one calendar. So, if there’s something going on that we and other Hoosiers should know about this month, feel free to let us know! Send an email to email@example.com so we can include it in the next edition.
Friday, March 10
The 7 Dimensions of Wellness & Creating SMART Goals + Yoga & Sound Healing
Flanner House, 2424 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Ave.
Join the Centers of Wellness for Urban Women for its first Calm the Chaos event of its 2023 Connection 4 Wellness program. The event will feature a workshop followed by a yoga and sound healing session. Participants can register for free on Eventbrite.
Planting Seeds for Wellness: Women & Girls HIV Awareness Day
The Botanical Bar, 1103 N. College Ave.
Hosted by BU Wellness Network, come out for a plant potting class, complete with refreshments and fellowship while supporting women and girls at risk of or living with HIV. The event will include speakers with lived experiences and those working to enhance health and wellness of women and girls impacted by HIV. Participants can register for free on Eventbrite.
Saturday, March 11
I Am her, Chosen to be Remembered
Herron School of Art and Design, 735 W. New York St.
Tickets are $15
Join Indianapolis International Church for a Gatsby-esque afternoon of live entertainment, refreshments and a keynote address from Courtney Parlor, Women’s Ministry Leader of Seattle International Christian Church. The event will also include vocal, dance and poetic performances as well as testimonies. Participants can register on Eventbrite.
International Women’s Gathering
Indy’s Global Village Welcome Center, 4233 Lafayette Road
Tickets are $15
Hosted by the International Marketplace Coalition, the 2023 International Women’s Gathering will feature performances, ethnic food, vendors, inspirational women speakers and charity fundraisers.
2nd Annual Women’s Health Fair
Community Alliance of the Far East Side, 8902 E. 38th St.
11 a.m.-3 p.m.
Featuring more than 30 vendors, the Far Eastside Women’s Health Fair will feature free screening for blood pressure, glucose and cholesterol as well as immunizations and STI testing. The fair will also include workshops, maternal education and mom kits and a resource fair.
Search “Far Eastside Women’s Health Fair” on Facebook
Sunday, March 12
COLLECTIVE RAGE: A Play in 5 Betties by Jen Silverman
The District Theatre, 627 Massachusetts Ave.
Tickets are $20
Written by Jen Silverman, “COLLECTIVE RAGE” follows the lives of five New York women named Betty who find themselves at the crossroads of anger, sex and theater as they collectively realize they’ve each been typecasted in the same roles for far too long.
Please note: Admission and ticket prices listed are general and before taxes/fees.
Contact staff writer Chloe McGowan at 317-762-7848. Follow her on Twitter @chloe_mcgowanxx.